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Second One UI 6 Watch Beta isn’t coming anytime soon

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Second One UI 6 Watch Beta

Samsung started the One UI 6 Watch Beta Program for its Galaxy Watch 6 series in the US as of mid-June 2024. This program lets Galaxy Watch users try out upcoming features before the official release. Users of Galaxy Watch 6 are actively providing feedback to help Samsung identify and fix any issues encountered during testing. Now, a new report reveals the second One UI 6 Watch Beta release is still pending.

According to a Beta Moderator, Samsung is currently monitoring user reports of One UI 6 Watch Beta errors to fix them in the next software update. The company aims to improve the user experience based on feedback before releasing new updates.

However, the moderator has not yet given any date for the next One UI 6 Watch Beta update release as the company is still reviewing user feedback. We expect the next update will provide a better experience with bug fixes.

One UI 6 Watch 6 Beta update for Samsung Health includes an energy score for activity readiness and detailed sleep analysis covering heart rate, breathing, and the time it takes to fall asleep. It allows users to customize workout routines with specific goals.

This update enhances usability with quick gestures, adaptive mode, and improved scrolling. It also adds some enhanced communication features like image saving, quick access to emojis, and new stylish fonts.

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New One UI 6 Watch Beta update for Galaxy Watch 5 rolls out with July 2024 Patch

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Samsung has recently begun releasing the One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 update for the Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic. Now, the company is rolling out a new One UI 6 Watch Beta update for Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro users, which shares the same changelog as Beta 3 for the Watch 6 series.

The new One UI 6 Watch Beta update for the Galaxy Watch 5 series can be identified through the build version ending with ZXG3. It arrives with an installation size of around 300MB and installs the July 2024 security patch to enhance system security.

Users of the Galaxy Watch 5 series can currently enjoy this update in Korea and the company will soon make it available in more eligible countries. This update comes with significant improvements and enhancements.

The update brings improved system stability and optimized performance to address issues related to battery consumption and application execution speed. It also enhances network interoperability to provide better connectivity experiences.

Despite these advancements, the update is not without its known issues. Users may notice an issue where the Always-On Display (AOD) fails to deactivate when the watch is not being worn after installing this update.

To install the update, visit Samsung Galaxy Wearable >> Galaxy Watch >> Watch settings >> Watch software update >> Download and install.

One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 live for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series

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One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 live for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series

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One UI 6 Watch Beta 3

Samsung has released the One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 for the Galaxy Watch 6 series. This update introduces enhancements to improve user experience and address existing issues.

One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 is currently live for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 and Galaxy Watch 6 Classic with the version number ending with ZXG3. The company will expand this update to the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 series in the coming days or months.

The update enhances system stability and performance to ensure smoother operation across various functions. Additionally, the update focuses on enhancing battery efficiency to extend device usage between charges.

Moreover, the update also improves the application execution performance for faster and more responsive app launches. It fixes the issues related to network interoperability to improve connectivity reliability.

However, the update does come with some known issues. The changelog has mentioned an issue where the Always-On Display (AOD) fails to turn off when the Watch is not being worn, which could potentially affect battery life.

These updates not only aim to improve performance but also respond to user feedback to deliver a more seamless and efficient wearable experience. Users are advised to update their watches to the latest beta software version to enjoy enhanced features.

The update process is simple and can be done over the air (FOTA) through Galaxy Wearable. Just navigate to Galaxy Watch settings, select Watch software update, and follow the prompts to download and install the update.

Before proceeding with the update, it is important to back up any important data stored on your device to avoid potential data loss during the update process.

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One UI 6 Watch Beta 2 update live in the US, Korea

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One UI 6 Watch Beta 3

Samsung has released the One UI 6 Watch Beta 2 update after initiating the beta program in mid-June 2024. This new beta update fixes initial issues and implements user feedback to improve the user experience.

The updated version of the One UI 6 Watch Beta 2 update can be identified through the firmware ending with ZXFB. This beta update is currently live for users in the US and Korea.

The update focuses on improving system stability, fixing reboot issues, and optimizing battery usage. It also enhances app performance and includes several other enhancements for a better overall experience.

To access the latest beta software, open the Galaxy Wearable app, access Galaxy Watch settings, proceed to Watch software update, and select Download and Install. Users need to back up important data before proceeding with the update to prevent any potential data loss.

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