Samsung One UI 5.0 Beta 4 Released for Galaxy Z Fold 4 [Android 13]

Last month, Samsung rolled out the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta program for Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone users in India and South Korea. Later, the company released Beta 2 and beta 3 in India. Right now, the South Korean tech giant has started pushing the Fourth beta of the One UI 5.0 for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 smartphone users.

The One UI 5.0 Beta 4 update is currently rolling out in India and is expected to expand to other eligible countries in the coming days. The update comes with several bug fixes, as well as fixes for camera issues.

According to the information, this One UI 5.0 Beta 4 update for Galaxy Z Fold 4 comes only for firmware Over The Air, and for updating, it supports the latest beta software. Now, you can determine this latest update with One UI build number ending ZVK3.

Going by the changelog, this update improves the device’s stability by fixing several bugs and issues that impact the user’s experience. This update solves the problem of the overlapping keyboard in horizontal mode as well as fixes the issues of the My files that do not search with the file name. 

Moreover, this update fixes the problem of the music widget being expanded on the lock screen while using the Good Lock application. Other problems, including system UI ANR, Camera app update, and Camera Pro/ Pro video memory leak, have been fixed with the latest beta update. For more info, check the full changelog.

How To Update:

If you’re already participating in the Galaxy Z Fold 4 One UI 5.0 beta program in India, go to your device’s Settings. From here, scroll down and tap on the Software Update option; Then you will see Download and Install and click on it. Wait for a while for the update to appear on the screen, and finally, tap on the Download button to start the downloading process.

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