Samsung releases the fourth One UI 4 Beta of the Galaxy Note 20

Samsung releases the fourth One UI 4 Beta of the Galaxy Note 20

Tech Highlights:

  • The changelog posted on Samsung Community (via) reveals that it fixes issues with Facebook and Instagram links. The company is also fixing a bug that hides the chat bubble icons on KakaoTalk. Additionally, the update enables compatibility with the Kiwoom Securities app. Samsung is comfortably the quickest to send security and software updates. However, it faced a significant setback following the stable One UI 4 update for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 and the Z Fold 3.

  • The fourth One UI 4 beta for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra has been released by Samsung. This will most likely be the final beta before the business releases the final version of the much-anticipated upgrade. The latest beta comes with the firmware version ‘ZULB’ and should be available to Galaxy Note 20 owners who have signed up for Samsung’s beta programme. There aren’t many new features in this version, but it does cure a few flaws. In South Korea, the update for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra is now available. Global users, on the other hand, should be able to locate this latest beta release on their phones in no time. While Samsung isn’t saying when the stable release will be available, it’s expected to be before the end of the year.

Multiple customers said their device either entered recovery mode or was bricked entirely following the stable One UI 4 update. Others discovered issues like screen flickering and diminished performance. Moreover, some users claimed the camera stopped working altogether, while others said images randomly disappeared from their Gallery. It’s worth pointing out that Samsung had concluded multiple betas before rolling out the stable update for the two foldables. With several complaints piling on its official forums, the company decided to halt the release of the stable update. Thankfully, it didn’t take long for the company to restart the update for the two foldables. As for the Galaxy Note 20, Samsung sent out the third One UI 4 beta earlier this month. So it hasn’t taken too long for the manufacturer to progress to the fourth beta.

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