I swear, if one more person asks me if I've restarted my phone, I just might throw it out of the window.
I've reached out to Sprint and been to the Sprint store. They are aware of this type of issue for the S10 series and are replacing those phones. They offered to flash my Note 8 to the previous version but said they tried on someone else that same day and it didn't work. They said since it's a Samsung issue, I'd have to wait until they pushed another update since it was a known issue.
I called Samsung to get a timeline of the update. They weren't aware of any issues other than the S10 series. They tried to clear the cache (by holding Volume Up, Power, and Bixby button) and that didn't work. They sent me to UBreakIFix to get the same flash refresh done that the store offered, and I was told that they couldn't do it. They can't downgrade to a previous release once the update it completed.
No I'm back to square one of paying for a service and a phone that's not usable, and losing out on money daily because of this issue.
I'm having the same issue, I was on with advanced technology support Saturday and they said they had had no reports. I need this fixed or I will have to switch carries
Sprint just doesn't care - they roll it over to samsung that's it is their problem, and the customer is stuck.
I can get any program working, everything keeps on crashing,
I didn't have the LTE problem.
By me since the new update flashed, programs keep in crashing. Some worked in the beginning and started crashing after a bit of time. It kept on telling me a whole time that I am out of space, the more data I moved to my SD card and it kept on filling up, then suddenly it erased a few programs on its own. It removed all my contacts, Gmail information, etc. Even sprint or Samsung programs mostly don't work.
Tried re flashing via Odin still didn't help.
Welp, Sprint said they can't flash to a previous version; they can reflash with the current and troubleshoot afterwards.
I'll end up getting a new phone by the end of the day tomorrow.