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Samsung Goes Live To USA With One UI 4.5 Beta For Galaxy Watch 4

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A mere few days ago, Samsung announced OneUI 4.5 beta program to join for Galaxy Watch 4 series, and now it’s live. Samsung provides users with a beta program to test and try out the new features themselves and point out flaws, bugs, glitches, etc. This way, Samsung gains first-hand user experience.

After the firmware was released in S.Korea, the Beta program went live in the US as several users posted screenshots after downloading the firmware update. The US firmware for OneUI 4.5 Beta can be identified with build serial no. R970XXU1ZVE7/R8700XM1ZVE7 for Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic weighs 796.83 MB.

Users can download it after registering with Samsung, but they must have a Galaxy Watch 4 or Watch 4 Classic, which works on Google Wear OS, a Galaxy smartphone, and a Samsung member account. Keep in mind users can’t roll back after downloading the update. Samsung advises keeping a backup of data; beta programs are not stable builds, and users may or may not experience bugs or glitches. After all, it’s not a stable build, and beta programs are meant for testing by users.

With these things cleared, let’s talk about what’s new and why users are excited about this update. It seems that Samsung listens to its users, and new features such as a keyboard with a qwerty layout to support the board, improved handwriting experience, voice input, and gestures are reflections of that. According to the changelog, 

Agif: Agif can now be played after receiving messages(continuous image play).

Subtext support: Additional information can be viewed on the screen.

Alarm settings Improved: Now, users can add dates, alarm names, and notifications to the alarm.

Qwerty support: Adds continuous input and matches Gboard layout with handwriting and voice input; draft function added.

Dual Sim function: ability to connect to carrier network through E-Sim.

Also, the watch plugin and Samsung health are updated; the new update allows you to connect your Galaxy Watch 4 with your smartphone more securely and smoothly. The One UI 4.5 fixes runtime exceptions and more security from several bugs and viruses. This usually indicates a problem that the application cannot handle. It will protect your application from several bugs and viruses. , single Unicode Emoticon zoom, new watch screens, improvement and functionality, call, contacts upgraded, and new UI added. We’ll have to see how this turns out to be.


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Galaxy S21 FE and S20 Series Get Latest May 2024 Security Patch

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Samsung is on the streak to distribute the May 2024 security patch update for eligible devices. Moving forward for the session, the company has rolled out the latest security patch for the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy S21 FE devices. 

Notably, with the latest development, the Korean giant is distributing the May 2024 security patch update to the Galaxy S20 series and Galaxy S21 FE in Europe and South Korea. More specifically, the update for Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra devices reached South Korea and Europe with the firmware version numbers G98*NKSS4IXE4 and G98*BXXSKHXEA, respectively. 

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S21 FE is getting an update in Europe with the firmware version number G990B2XXU7GXE1. The latest update doesn’t bring any significant changelog; it is just a standard changelog that only describes some repeated terms like improving device reliability and stability. The update is coming in a software package of nearly 300 MB, which indicates that the company will not make any significant changes for the devices.

But if you are having any issues while using the devices, then it may be that the game has changed for your devices. According to the official documentation, the latest update will improve the internal functioning of the devices, but it will not be visibly seen on the devices. 

If you want to install the latest update on your device, then you can check the update from the system settings manually, or you can also go directly by touching on the notification that appears to alert you about the update availability.

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Samsung Galaxy A53 Gains May 2024 Security Update in Europe

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Samsung has recently introduced the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A53 devices. Now,  within a month, the devices are getting one more update in the form of a May 2024 security patch update in Europe.

The Galaxy A53 5G is getting a May 2024 security patch update with the firmware version number A536BXXSAEXE1. The update is coming with a software package of 255.14 MB. The update has been spotted in Europe and is expected to be expanded to more countries in the next few days.

It is worth noticing that the latest security patch for the Galaxy A53 doesn’t bring any significant changes for the devices, but it will ensure that you will get all-round protection against external threats and improvements for the overall performance of the devices.

According to the official documentation, the Galaxy A53 devices are getting more than 50 patches, and Google has introduced 31 fixes. Along with this, Samsung has also added 25 more patches exclusively to strengthen the security of the Galaxy devices.

Moreover, May 2024 is arriving after the One UI 6.1 update, so it is possible that the company may introduce some new feature that could enhance the overall functioning of the devices. If you want to get consistent performance, then you should always keep the device up to date.

If you are using the Galaxy A53 in Europe, then you should start getting a new update notification, but if you don’t receive the notification yet, you can also check it manually by going to the software update menu in the system settings.

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Samsung Galaxy A33 Receives One UI 6.1 Update in South Korea

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Samsung is continuously rolling out the One UI 6.1 update to eligible Galaxy devices; however, after introducing the update to almost every device but in limited regions, the company is now expanding the update to more regions. Like now, it has started rolling out the update for the Galaxy A33 devices in more regions.

One UI 6.1 available for Galaxy A33 in South Korea

Notably, the Galaxy A33 devices have already grabbed the One UI 6.1 update in Europe and in some Asian countries, including Singapore. Now,  moving forward, the device is starting to get a new update in South Korea. The latest update for the device is coming with the firmware version number A336NKSU7EXE3. The update is coming with several new features that will make the device more creative. It is worth noting that the company hasn’t introduced the latest May 2024 security patch; instead, it is still using the April 2024 security patch.

According to the official changelog, the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A33 will bring several new features under the Gallery, settings, Samsung Health, Keyboard, and many more. The update will ultimately enhance the user experience while using the existing features. To explore all the features, you can check out this article.

The latest update for the Galaxy A33 is now live in South Korea. Users can easily check and install the latest update by following some simple steps: First, go to the system settings, then tap on the software update menu, choose the option download island install, and if it shows a new update, hit the download button.

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