Samsung is now pushing a new One UI 3.0 beta firmware for its Galaxy S20 series with the build code KSU1ZTK7. This latest release is being rolled out as an OTA update to all beta users. Addressing different issues and carrying improvements, this is the most stable beta yet. Moreover, as beta builds are designed to rigorously test major system updates before public release, Samsung is hard at work on perfecting its proprietary One UI 3.0 skin — which is based on Android 11 — via its own beta program. The latest release has numerous fixes, all of which have been listed ahead.
Varying from region to region, this beta build is the fifth release in Germany, third in United Kingdom and fourth in South Korea. Nonetheless, changes within this release are same for all. More, if you haven’t yet installed the One UI 3.0 beta on your phone, this build is stable enough to be run as a daily so do try it out and, if you want, you can always revert back to official firmwares afterwards.
Latest Galaxy S20 beta brings various bug fixes
Compatible with all Galaxy S20 / G98xx phones, the latest One UI 3.0 November build has numerous changes. Most of these are focused around fixing user reported problems.
Here are is the complete ZTK7 One UI 3.0 beta change-log:
- Fixed: Interlocutor can’t be heard by the recipient during voice and video calls.
- Fixed: When scrolling down the notification bar, the background is not blurred.
- Fixed: While performing “Capture > Edit” right after DeX has been connected, top and bottom areas are cut.
- Fixed: While trying to unlock the device using biometrics, it fails, lock screen is locked and lock button does not work after that.
- Fixed: When opening “Customize My Files home” menu an error occurs.
- Fixed: When trying to use Youtube music, Safe Mode turns on, device becomes sluggish and reboots.
- One UI Home has been updated.
- Samsung Internet has been updated.
- Other minor errors have been fixed.
If your device is already running a beta build, check in Settings for the latest build. Users can also sign up for Samsung’s beta program to shift from stable to beta firmware.