How To Register One UI 5.0 Beta Program: Samsung is planning to release the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for its several galaxies, however, still many users are not aware that Samsung has released the beta program for their smartphones. So today we will tell you with the help of this post that how you can register in One UI beta.
The company has already released the stable version of One UI 5.0 skin for its flagships Galaxy S22 series. You can download the Android 13 update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping on Download and install. And Samsung will be expanded the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 beta program for Galaxy S21 and Note 20 series in selected regions.
Samsung Galaxy Series owners are invited to sign up for the One UI 5.0 beta program (Whenever it available), which will go live soon. Unfortunately, for now, it is only open to users in selected regions. After every development, Samsung tries to provide a better experience to users and for this Samsung always brings numerous new updates to its Smartphones. Whether it’s the addition of new features or its custom Android skin. Samsung One UI 5.0 is currently available on Samsung on many devices and it will soon be available for All other models as well.
How to register One UI 5.0 Beta Program
- Open Samsung Members app (If you don’t have So Download)
- In the Samsung Members app click the One UI notice
- Then tap Registration of One UI Beta Program to submit the application from your Samsung account.
- You can do this through the settings menu: Settings > Software update > Download updates manually.
If the Samsung Members app does not show ONE UI Beta notice then don’t worry, we have brought you new tricks to register beta.
- Open Samsung Pay (If you don’t have So Download)
- In the featured section you will One UI Notice banner
- Tap on the banner and register beta program
Back up your data before doing an update. Although OTA Update doesn’t require backing up your data, it is still best to make backing up data a practice every time you update anything on your phone. Make it a habit at any time.
- Plug your Samsung phone into power, or keep the battery level over 40%.
- The update process takes some time.
- Do not operate or power off your device during the process.
- DO NOT root the phone yourself, for that might cause damage to your system, and the warranty service will be terminated immediately.