Samsung has already started the Android 11 based One UI 3.0 public beta program for the Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series users in several eligible countries including the US, South Korea, Germany, India, Poland, and UK.
Samsung has started to roll out the One UI 3.0 Beta 5 for the Galaxy S20 series in South Korea, India, and UK. It comes with fixes for several bugs. It also adds the November 2020 security patch for Korean variants and December 2020 security patch for international variants.
- G981NKSU1ZTKA – Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (Korea)
- G986NKSU1ZTKA – Samsung Galaxy S20+ 5G (Korea)
- G988NKSU1ZTKA – Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (Korea)
- G981BXXU5ZTKA/G980FXXU5ZTKA – Samsung Galaxy S20 (International)
- G986BXXU5ZTKA/G985FXXU5ZTKA – Samsung Galaxy S20+ (International)
- G988BXXU5ZTKA – Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra 5G (International)
YOU CAN CHECK THE COMPLETE LIST OF FIXES BELOW.
BUGS THAT HAVE BEEN FIXED IN ONE UI 3.0 BETA 5:
- Only the wifi image is displayed in the wifi scan list, but the wifi icon +G is displayed in the top notibar.
- Closed as soon as Samsung browser runs
- Suddenly, the Samsung keyboard does not appear.
- It appears in the setting menu that the Wifi connection is not connected, but it is actually connected and executed normally.
- Even if the phone is left alone, it continues to stop with the popup that IMS Service has stopped.
- Network error occurs when receiving MMS
- Fixed other minor errors.
What about the stable One UI 3.0?
Samsung has already confirmed that the stable One UI 3.0 update will be available to the Galaxy S20 series in November/December 2020.