Here’s how to leave the One UI 3.0 beta program

After the ‘how to join beta program guide,’ we now come back to the ‘how to leave beta program guide’.

Samsung has released the first One UI 3.0 public beta for the Galaxy S20 series in the US and Korea.

The One UI 3.0 is based on Android 11 and comes with various new features and changes in the users interface for better user experience but not every single beta tester might be happy to install the new changes offered by this One UI version.

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Therefore, this tutorial will teach you how to quit your One UI 3.0 beta participation and rollback to your previous One UI version.

How to quit One UI 3 beta:

  1. Open Samsung Members app
  2. Go to Settings
  3. Open Galaxy Beta program
  4. Deregister.

You can re-install software by using the PC version of Smart Switch. Once the software is re-installed, the device will be reset and all data that was generated during the Beta Program will be erased.

All data which had been backed up before installing the beta software can be recovered, but there may be limitations in recovering data that was created after installing the beta software.

Note: Take the back of your data before proceeding with rollback.

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