Samsung has rolled out a major update to Samsung Galaxy M31 users who have opted for OneUI 3.0 beta program. The device has started receiving the One UI 3.0 beta 2 update in India.
The OneUI 3.0 Beta 2 update comes with build version M315FXXU2ZTLN. The update is currently being rolled out in India via an OTA (Over-the-air) update. The update is carrying the latest January 2021 security patch update as well.
As we mentioned it above the update brings the latest security patch update which was released by Google in January 2021 Security. Most of the security vulnerabilities have been addressed. It also brings some bug fixes which were available in the previous build. Thus, you should download and install the update to your Samsung Galaxy M31 which will come as an OTA update to your phone.
You can manually check for the update from Settings > Software update >Download updates manually. If there is no update showing on your device, then wait for few days for the update to come to your device as it is being released phase-wise manner or you can manually flash the full firmware using Odin Flash Tool.
Changelog of Beta 2 One UI 3.0
- Screen saver not working
- Picture link does not open in AR Zone
- Force close occurs during recording with X8 hyperlapse mode
- Last app which we use appears in background of recent for 1 second and then disappears
- While opening recent tab it takes much time to open
- Auto focus has some issues and picture quality in low light is decreased
- The background of quick settings panel and the edge panel is not getting blurred in private tab or secret mode in any internet brow
- Flickering occurs when record video with effects
The update is rolling out to those users who have joined the OneUI beta program. To join the beta program, head to Samsung Member app and join the beta program. Non-beta users will have a wait for some time to get a stable update.
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