Samsung Releases Beta 2 Of One UI 5 For Galaxy S20 Series

Samsung launched the One UI 5.0 beta program in August and started with the Galaxy S22. Recently, the South Korean giant released the One UI 5 beta program for its handful of Galaxy smartphones in some regions.

Galaxy S20 One UI 5 Beta 2 Update

However, the company has already announced the first beta of One UI 5 for Galaxy S20 in Korea and has now started to roll out the second beta version for the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra is available to enrolled users in South Korea.

One UI 5.0 Beta 2 in question brings the firmware to the ZVJ8 version and its availability has been reported in the South Korea. The update has a “weight” of 862MB, brings with it the October security patches

  • Main changes/improvements
  • Multi-window operation error such as screen malfunction in PIP mode 
  • Screen recording function error
  • Error occurs when entering Samsung phone settings
  • Several home screens, such as the home screen being briefly displayed in landscape mode when horizontal rotation is off face error
  • Recent app screen and icon errors 
  • Wi-Fi connection related errors
  • Error when entering connection setting and setting termination after switching network mode Samsung Accessory Service terminates and cannot be connected when the watch is connected
  • Many other improvements

Known issues

  • When the Samsung Card Shopping App Back key is closed, it does not close (pop-up does not occur)
  • NH Cockbank can’t log in
  • TeamViewer Remote Control: No other device connected Chromecast (TV) device not connected from media output
  • Security WiFi app stopped (requires reinstallation after uninstalling the app)
  • Charging tube that marked “Ultra-fast charging,” “Fast charging” by charging type Notification text is changed to “Charging” after a certain period of time and displayed (concept change, not an issue)
  • App does not run when “Open Bixby Routine” is fired with Bixby Voice (existing “Bixby” Change the app name from “Broutine” to “Mode”)

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