Galaxy A54: One UI 6 Beta (Android 14) ROM Download and Installation Guide

The Galaxy S23 series phones, which include the Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra, now support the One UI 6 beta, which Samsung released last month. Continuing that, the second beta update was released. After releasing the third beta version in the US, the business is now bringing it to India. Now more customers will be able to test out the new features and updates thanks to the company’s expansion of the beta program to a more reasonable price point. Both the budget-friendly smartphones Galaxy A34 and Galaxy A54 were made available to receive the beta update from the firm.

You may manually install One UI 6 on your Galaxy A54 because the program is not generally accessible for all regions. For users who don’t know the process of installation, it is advised against starting a manual ROM flash. The reason behind this is to protect your phone’s functionality by safeguarding sensitive data, as the flashing is hazardous and may even break your phone if any mistake is made.

Download & Install One UI 6 Beta For Galaxy A54

The Galaxy A54 5G, which comes with the model number [SM-A546B (OXM OMC)], may now use the ROM, which can be accessed through the particular URL links provided for the purpose. Although, for your safety, it is suggested to wait for the general release, which is scheduled for November 2023.

You will soon receive the OTA update immediately on your smartphone if you signed up as a beta tester through the Samsung Members App, where you can install it in a similar way to other updates. Another way includes obtaining the One UI 6 ZIP file, where the users need to carry out the installation process using ADB sideload manually.

Galaxy A54 5G: SM-A546B (OXM OMC is required)

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Installation guide

  1. Download the update file. Make sure to download the right build for your device.
  2. Rename the file (including the file extension) to “”.
  3. Download and install ADB. Make sure to have “C:\Android\platform-tools” added to “Path” in System variables.
  4. At your phone, go to Settings, About phone, Software information.
  5. Tap repeatedly on the build number until Developer options are enabled.
  6. Back to Settings, tap on Developer options at the bottom.
  7. Scroll down and enable “USB debugging”. Tap on OK.
  8. Connect your phone to your PC. If your device won’t connect to the PC, install Samsung Android USB Drivers.
  9. You may enable the “Always allow from this computer” if it’s your personal PC.
  10. Tap on Allow.
  11. Back to the PC, move the “” file to “C:\Android\platform-tools”.
  12. Right click on the Start Button.
  13. Click on Windows Terminal (Admin) or PowerShell (Admin).
  14. In the Terminal, type adb devices and execute it.
  15. If you didn’t enable “Always allow from this computer”, the pop up will appear again on the phone. Tap on Allow.
  16. Type adb reboot recovery and execute it.
  17. Your phone will boot to Recovery Mode.
  18. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to “Apply update from ADB” (if you want to force exit from this screen, hold down the Volume down and Power buttons).
  19. Back to the PC, type: adb sideload "C:\Android\platform-tools\ and execute it.
  20. The installation process will start and One UI 6 beta will be installed. (If you get an error, you may have downloaded the wrong build, or your device doesn’t support the beta programme at all. If you are sure that you have downloaded the right build, try again using different cables, USB ports or PCs.)
  21. Report any bugs to the Samsung Members app!

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