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One UI 3.0 beta update for Galaxy S20 series brings new features and system improvements

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Samsung has already started the Android 11 based One UI 3.0 beta program for Galaxy S20 and Note 20 users in several countries. Now the company is rolling out a new One UI 3.0 beta update to Galaxy S20 Ultra phones in South Korea.

According to the latest information, the Galaxy S20 series is getting a new software update with a software version of G981NKSU1ZTJG, G986NKSU1ZTJG, and G988NKSU1ZTJG and for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra respectively. The update has a size of around 580MB.

This update adds new features and fixes some bugs as well as system performance improvements. However, it’s not clear what those new features are. It also comes with the October 2020 security patch. Check the complete changelog given below.

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

What’s new:

  • Improved system stability and bug fixes
  • Functional enhancements or new features added
  • System performance improvements

(This changelog is directly translated from the Korean language)

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If you want to check for the latest software update, just head into the device Settings, select the Software update menu, tap on the Download and install option.

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Google Wallet’s tap-to-pay for Wear OS may soon include PIN authentication

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Google Wallet Wear OS PIN

Google is reportedly introducing a PIN code requirement for tap-to-pay transactions on Wear OS devices, similar to the authentication process on Android phones. Some users have reported this change, although it is not yet available for all Wear OS users.

The new change to Google Wallet aims to improve security, but it could complicate the charge process on smartwatches. Wear OS is known for its high security, often asking for a PIN if the device is not firmly on the wrist. Introducing a mandatory PIN entry before payments suggests that Google may have concerns about the current security of Wear OS.

According to 9to5Google, users need to open the Google Wallet app before tapping to make a payment to avoid failed transactions if the change is implemented.

Google recently updated its security for phone payments, requiring users to verify their identity before making a payment. For those who find the new phone security measures inconvenient, Wear OS was an easier option. However, entering a PIN on a small screen is less convenient than using a fingerprint.

Google Wallet Wear OS PIN

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 starts receiving April 2024 security update

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 April 2024 update

Samsung has begun releasing a new update for the Galaxy Tab S7 series, which brings an April 2024 security update to enhance system security and stability to enhance the overall performance. The update is rolling out in Europe and Latin America.

April 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 comes with One UI build version ending with DXD1. It is an initial rollout, so reaching all eligible models may take hours or days. The company will expand this update in more countries soon.

April 2024 Security Patch Details:

April 2024 security patch details include patches from both Google and Samsung to address vulnerabilities and bugs. Google patches 1 critical and 26 high-level CVEs for the Android operating system.

In addition, Samsung has also addressed 17 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items to enhance security. It fixes issues related to Storage Manager Service, Out of bounds write, and more.

How to Update:

Samsung users can check new software updates manually with a handful of simple steps. Firstly, visit your Galaxy device’s “System Settings,” once done, scroll down and tap the “Software update” tab, followed by the “Download and install” button.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 April 2024 update

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Verizon Galaxy Tab A9+, S9+, and S9 FE grab April 2024 security update

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Galaxy Tab S9 A9 April 2024 security update Verizon

Verizon is rolling out the April 2024 security update for Galaxy Tab S9 Plus, Galaxy Tab S9 FE, and Galaxy Tab A9 devices in the US. The update is available for unlocked models of these tabs and the company will soon expand it.

The company is dispatching the latest software update with system security improvements to keep your files and data safe on your phone. It also optimizes system stability to offer you uninterrupted and seamless functionality on your device.

April 2024 security update for Samsung Galaxy Tab S9 Plus, Galaxy Tab S9 FE, and Galaxy Tab A9 on Verizon network carrier can be identified through the One UI build version mentioned below.

Latest Firmware

  • Galaxy Tab S9 Plus – X218USQS1BXD1
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE – X518USQS3BXD2
  • Galaxy Tab A9 Plus – X818USQS2BXD2

To check for software updates manually, head toward your phone’s Settings. At the bottom, you will get Software update section, simply open it. Inside the submenu, you need to hit the Download and install button if your Galaxy fetches a new OTA.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A9 Plus April 2024 update Verizon

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