Samsung released the One UI 6.0 beta 4 update for Galaxy S23 flagship smartphone users in various markets. This appears to be the final test build as it finalizes the operating system and prepares the handset for the stable update.
Currently, the Galaxy S23 series One UI 6.0 beta 3 is available in various countries including India, Korea, UK, Germany, and the US. It will be released in more countries any time soon. According to the information, One UI 6.0 Beta 4 of Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra improve the stability of the device. Additionally, the changelog only mentions a fix for Wi-Fi AP.
Galaxy S23 One UI 6.0 What’s New:
The latest beta update of One UI 6.0 for Galaxy S23 fixes a reset issue during the AP power type setting when using a Wi-Fi AP that supports 6 GHz. Besides minor changes, the update also installs the latest September 2023 security patch for privacy enhancements.
Bugs That Have Been Fixed
- Fixed reset issue during AP power type setting when using Wi-Fi AP that supports 6 GHz
The Korean company is rolling out the One UI 6.0 beta 4 update for Galaxy S23 series devices, with the One UI build version ending with ZWIB. If you are already part of the beta program in these countries, you can download this version by following the steps below.
How To Update:
Samsung Galaxy S23 consumers can manually check for new software updates with a few simple steps. First of all, navigate to “System Settings” of your device, once done, scroll down and tap on the “Software Update” tab, followed by the “Download and Install” button.