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Galaxy Note 20 One UI 5.0 Beta Update Expanding In South Korea

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Last week, Samsung started rolling out the One UI 5.0 Beta update for Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra smartphone users in the US. Now, the South Korean tech giant has started rolling out the Second beta of the One UI 5.0 in the US alongside the One UI 5.0 Beta program in South Korea for Galaxy Note 20 series.

Now, Galaxy Note 10 smartphone users can experience One UI 5.0 new features, improvements and a lot of new things before anyone else. In addition, this beta program is currently available in South Korea and the US, with more regions expected to arrive very soon. Read more Galaxy Z Flip 3 One UI 5.0 Beta Update Live In South Korea

According to the information, the One UI 5.0 Beta 2 for Galaxy Note 20 series comes with the firmware version ending ZVJ8 in the US. Beta 2 comes with several bug fixes and improvements. The update removes the Google Discover feed on the home screen’s left side panel. 

Moreover, this update fixes the kernel panic issues used as the DeX Pad in Samsung Dex and also solves the problem of system crashes, memory leak issues, and UI sluggishness. Last, the problem of the Autofocus in the camera app’s Pro mode when using Full HD 60fps and 4K 60fps settings has been solved with the One UI 5.0 Beta 2 update. Read more Samsung Announced The One UI 5.0 Beta Update For Galaxy Z Fold 4 In India

How To Apply One UI 5.0 Beta Update In South Korea:

Firstly, open the Samsung Members app; then, you will see the “Registration for One UI Beta Program” in the home banner or notice page to register. Now, simply tap on the Register button and fill in all mandatory information and hit on the Enroll button.

After completing the enrollment process, you can check for this update on your Galaxy device’s settings after a few minutes. Now, go to Settings, scroll down and select the Software Update section; Once done, click on the Download and Install button to finish the process. Read more Samsung S10 Series Receiving October 2022 Security Update

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