Android 10 also has security patchlevel of July. And I’ve seen some (french) user posting a screenshow of their updater that didn’t say anything about Android 10.
But if the buildnumber is A.0033 and the download size larger than 1 GB it is Android 10 even if the updater doesn’t say so.
I am on Vodafone UK. I checked for the update and it said I was up to date, even though I’ve had no updates since February. I switched to my second sim for data (on the EE network) and checked again and there was the Android 10 update immediately available. It is downloading now over wifi. So there is clearly a continuing problem with updating with a Vodafone sim active for data.
Not being able to remove, or even move the date bar is annoying indeed. The name of the day haven’t even got a capital letter, and the shadowing of the text looks wierd. Hope it gets fixed on the next update!
Except for a few security improvements, there is technically nothing extraordinary about the operating system in android 10. The main new features are the user interface, especially the dark theme, and a few (IMHO) gimmicks in a few apps like a new date bar on the top of the screen with a small wheather icone. How can we erase this bar ?
We can’t get rid of the google search bar and we can’t get rid of the top date bar either. Unless installing another launcher.
What’s the next good idea from google for reducing the freely usable space on the home screen ? I saw other comments about this topic in this forum. But if somebody has a solution, without installing another launcher, She/He will get my undying gratitude.
All in all, nothing will change in my life with Android 10.