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How To Withdraw From One UI 5.0 Beta Program?

Samsung is rolling out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta program for its Galaxy devices. Many users are taking part in the One UI 5.0 Beta program to experience the feature and enhancements before the stable release. 

Rumors about the new Generation, Galaxy S23, are already being started, and we expect the new Galaxy S23 will surely bring many exciting things to the smartphone. At this time, Galaxy S22 Ultra brought Compatibility with S-pen support; likewise, users have been expecting much more from Galaxy S23. Read more Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Screen Brightness Issue, How To Fix It?

Currently, Samsung is working on the One UI 5.0 Beta 3 Program for the Galaxy S22 series and the One UI 5.0 Beta 2 Program for the Galaxy S21 series. It will be very interesting to know what will be next now. 

Sometimes, users join the beta program, and then, due to the bugs in system performance, many more users want to leave the beta program, but sadly they don’t know how they can left and roll out the stable update where they have left. Read more These Samsung Apps Supports Material You Theming

In this article, we will discuss the method and how Galaxy smartphone users can leave the beta program, which is now running the One UI 5.0, based on Android 13.

How To Leave The OneUI 5.0 Beta Program?

  • Go to the Samsung member app
  • Then go to the Settings
  • One UI Beta Program status
  • If you have participated, then your status will be Active
  • Tap on withdraw
  • Tapping on withdraw will show you some important information related to withdrawing; read it and click on next.
  • Select any of the reasons. Why do you want to withdraw? 
  • And click on submit and confirm. 
  • After confirmation, a pop-up message will instantly appear: ‘You’ve withdrawn from One UI beta program.’

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Sanz Miller

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