The new One UI 6 update is a few weeks away from to being available on Samsung phones. The South Korean giant that makes these phones is doing a good job testing the new software called Android 14 before it’s ready for everyone. Now, the company has started rolling out the fourth beta for the Galaxy S23 lineup.
The One UI 6.0 beta 4 update has gradually started rolling out to the Galaxy S23 in the form of software version ZWIC and also brings an October 2023 security patch. The update size is around 1GB. The update includes the following bug fixes:
One UI 6.0 Beta 4 Changelog For Galaxy S23 Series
- Fixed the onboarding failure when retrying login after initializing Samsung Pass and logging out of Samsung account
- Fixed the problem that voice recognition is not possible when you say “answer the phone” while receiving a call
- Fixed the Google Assistant execution problem when swiping up in the gesture mode of the navigation bar
- Many other improvements
If you’re using the third One UI 6 beta, you should expect to get the new update through a wireless update very soon. If you don’t want to wait, you can check for the update yourself by going to Settings, then Software Update, and selecting Download and Install. Right now, this update is only for phones in the US, and it will soon expand to other markets as well.
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