At the beginning of December, Samsung started the One UI 4.0 Beta program for its Samsung Galaxy S10 lineup and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineup. After encouraging results, the South Korean smartphone manufacturing giant is planning on improving the Android 12-based Beta experience for its flagship models by starting the One UI 4.0 Second Beta program in South Korea.
While this Beta program is only live for two lineups in South Korea, it will likely expand to users in other regions soon. The stable One UI 4.0 update is expected to start rolling out to the Galaxy Note 10 lineup in January.
How to take part in the second Beta program for One UI 4.0?
It is important to know that if you were already a part of the One UI 4.0 Beta 1 program, you will automatically receive the update to be a part of the second Beta program. This will be done as an OTA via the firmware number “ZUL5”.
Once the One UI 4.0 Beta 2 program goes live for your device, you can join it from the Samsung Members app. Once you finish signing up, you can go to Settings -> Software Update -> Download and Install the One UI 4 Beta 2 Program on your device.
One UI 4.0 Beta 2 to feature several bug fixes and improvements
As one can expect from any Beta upgrade, the second One UI 4.0 Beta for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Samsung Galaxy Note 10 lineups will resolve many bugs and issues. It includes performance stuttering situations when playing videos, using the Messages app, and scrolling through the Weather app.
Further, the dysfunctionality of the Edge panel, social media platform link causing errors, and the apps missing from Secure Folder have also been taken care of. The Mp4 files in the Video app will no longer cause any playback issues while the background blur effects of the Recent Apps screen have now been applied as required.