One UI 3.0

Samsung releases 3rd One UI 3.0 beta for Galaxy Z Fold 2 with numerous bug fixes

Samsung Galaxy S20 smartphones have already started getting stable Android 11 based One UI 3.0 globally while the Galaxy Note 20 models locked on AT&T also collected the Android 11 update in the US.

Aside from the public rollout, Samsung is also working to provide this major upgrade for their remaining eligible devices. So far, the second-generation foldable phone, Galaxy Z Fold 2 has already got two betas and now the company started sending the third One UI 3.0 beta build in South Korea.

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This firmware update comes with a build version ZTL9 that fixes several issues including compass error, the screen switches from half-on to full when folding/unfolding, error in icon order of Quick Panel, and the Quick panel cannot be expanded while using Vibe app controller.

As per the changelog, it also brings system stability improvements for a better user experience. You can also check the official changelog below.

If you’ve also joined the Android 11/One UI 3.0 beta testing, then check for the latest update manually by following the steps given below.

HERE’S HOW TO CHECK FOR UPDATES:

  • Open Device Settings
  • Find the Software updates option
  • Tap on Download and install button.

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