Google Releases Surprising Update, Samsung Foldables Receive Android 12 Beta Access, Xiaomi Reveals MIUI 13 Plans, And More

Google Releases Surprising Update, Samsung Foldables Receive Android 12 Beta Access, Xiaomi Reveals MIUI 13 Plans, And More

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  • The company has started to roll out a beta program for the Galaxy Z Flip and the Z Fold 2 devices in the Chinese, UK, US, German, and the Indian market. As the distribution is yet to initiate, you can visit the Samsung members app time and time again and keep an eye on the update. Samsung’s One UI 4.0 beta program featuring Android 12 started rolling for the Galaxy Note20 devices in the UK last week. This time around, it is time for the unlocked Galaxy Note20 units and Note20 Ultra units in the states.

  • Accompanied by the November security patch, 2021 released Google Pixel 6, and Pixel 6 Pro received a mid-month update. As per the reports, the update weighs somewhere around 15MBs and upgrades SD1A.210817.036 to While Samsung has already freed the final version of Android 12 based One UI 4.0 for the Galaxy S21 family and the beta version for the Z Flip 3 foldable, the Z Flip and Z Fold users were hoping to taste the same. Finally, a piece of good news for them.

Those willing to get themselves in the beta update program and upgrade their devices to Android 12 and One UI 4.0 must be aware that it is not a stable version and might carry bugs and glitches. Participating in the One UI 4.0 beta program is pretty straightforward. All you need to do is launch the Samsung Member’s App, log yourself in, tap on the One UI Beta Program banner. It is crucial to keep in mind that the update is available for the unlocked Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra units in the US.

As per the promises made by the Xiaomi CEO, the major update to Xiaomi’s MIUI will arrive before 2021 ends. Although nothing was made clear regarding the exact time frame, developers have listed nine devices that are more likely to get the MIUI 13 next month.

Once you get yourself enrolled in the program, the next thing to do is navigate to the device’s Settings and look for the Software update menu. From there, download the first One UI 4.0 beta update and wait for the installation to complete. Weighing somewhere around 680MB, Samsung has released a new update over the beta OneUi 4.0 beta patch operating in the UK-based Galaxy Note 20 devices. The update basically resolves the display refresh rate issues that have been troubling the users since they bumped their devices to the Android 12 beta build.

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