Android 11 is coming, Samsung S20/S20+/Ultra National Bank One UI 3.0 beta will be launched in mid-to-late October

News from NTN September 26, Samsung Galaxy Community officially stated on September 25 that the beta experience of the new One UI 3 and Android 11 operating systems will begin soon and is expected to be carried out in mid-to-late October.

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The Samsung Galaxy community stated that in order for our version to give users a better experience, we hope to get your feedback on the Android 11 operating system interface. You can install the One UI test version and use the test version features extensively. I hope you can experience happiness from it, and then let us know your views on the performance, stability and usability of this version.

Naija Tech News reminds that the beta version is only available to users participating in the event. The beta version is not an informal version, so it may cause some malfunctions. In addition, some functions may not be available .

If you have a Samsung Galaxy S20 | S20+| S20 Ultra 5G (unlocked device), you can register for the beta version by then (expected in mid-to-late October). The registration application must be submitted through the Galaxy community.

Before installing the One UI beta, please make sure that your personal data has been saved. You can save the backup through the PC version of Samsung Switch Assistant. In addition, you need to update all apps through the Samsung App Store.

If you no longer want to participate in the beta version, you can quit the closed beta activity through the Galaxy community, reinstall the official version, and install the backup data through the replacement assistant.


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