This is outrageous. I am a long time android user and am familiar closely with the system.
I Bought a top end phone from a company like Samsung so that I don't have to face farcical situations like these.
After the recent update, the S10 crashed itself. Now for hours I have been trying to get to work.
The update happened succesfully and there was no corruption whatsoever. Samsung was just shoddy with the quality of their update. Now what do I do ? How do I get all my app data ? Utterly disappointed.
#Reboot Recovery Cause is [Binder:1271_7:2235 Recov]# E:[libfs_mgr]Unable to disable quotas on /dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/userdata because /system/bin/tune2fs is missing #Reason is [RescueParty]# Supported API: 3
I am not the only one with the problem : https://us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/Error-message-I-see/td-p/1016027
I had the same issue. I was able to fix my phone by flashing a ROM manually with Odin but most people will need to get their phones serviced. It's outrageous that a routine monthly security update can brick a $1000 phone.