One UI 6 Beta brings plenty of new features and Android 14 improvements to the Galaxy S23 series. However, some Samsung consumers now want to rollback to the Stable One UI due to bugs and battery-related problems in the One UI 6 Beta.
It has been reported that the animation and transition effects are broken in the Beta software. And naturally, the battery performance is not so satisfactory due to the One UI 6 Beta software, therefore, if you want to rollback to the Stable One UI, follow the steps given below.
1. To withdraw from the Beta Program, you must apply for withdrawal through the Samsung Members application on your device.
- Settings > One UI Beta Program status > Withdraw menu
2. To remove the Beta software, perform a rollback to the previous release version, using the Smart Switch PC Version on your computer.
Do note that the rollback resets the device and removes data generated during beta testing. Meanwhile, if you have signed up for the Beta Program, but have not installed the Beta version software, you can continue to use the current official version after withdrawing through Samsung Members app.
When One UI 6 going official?
It is not possible to provide a specific date for publishing the release version. The Stable update will debut post-completion of Beta program and improvements are implemented. Until then, you can continue to use the Beta software version to enjoy the new features and UI changes.
- Expected Release – October 2023.
More Galaxy S21 FE users getting One UI 6.0 (Android 14) update
Samsung rolled out the One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy S21 FE smartphone, starting with Verizon network carrier in the US and now the company is expanding it to more users. Now, the company is making this update available in some European countries including Germany.
The Galaxy S21 FE smartphone is getting One UI 6.0 update in Germany with One UI build version G990B2XXU5FWK3. The update has around 2.4 GB package, you can connect your device to Wi-Fi to install the update.
Based on Android 14, the One UI 6.0 update offers a more refined and user-friendly interface, enhanced privacy and security options, redesigned widgets and notifications, improved performance and battery life, and more.
The update also installs the November 2023 security patch. Users can check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.
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Samsung Galaxy M14 5G bags Android 14 and One UI 6.0 update
One UI 6.0 update for Samsung Galaxy M14 5G smartphone is currently rolling out in Middle East countries including UAE and the company will soon make it available in more markets. The update has a One UI build version M146BXXU2BWK8.
Based on Android 14, One UI 6 update arrives with new features and improvements such as a redesigned user interface with smoother animations, a revamped notification panel and quick settings, improved privacy and security settings, enhanced camera performance and modes, new widgets, and more.
The latest update also includes the November 2023 security patch, which fixes several vulnerabilities in the Android OS and Samsung’s software.
Users who have received the update can install it from Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install. The update aims to provide an amazing experience for devices.
Samsung starts One UI 6.0 public rollout for Galaxy A53 in India
One UI 6.0 update for Galaxy A53 non-beta users arrives with the One UI version A536EXXU7DWK6 and has a size of about 2.3GB. The update also includes the November 2023 security patch.
One UI 6.0 is the latest version of Samsung’s custom skin, bringing many new features and improvements. Some of the changes are related to the Quick Panel, Lock Screen, My Files, Reminder, Calendar, Health, Video Player, Weather, Gallery, Camera, Home screen, and more. These features are designed to make the user experience more convenient and enjoyable.
To download and install the One UI 6.0 update, users can go to Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install. One UI 6.0 is expected to roll out to other Samsung devices in the coming days.