One UI 6 Beta 2 Arrives for Galaxy S22 in Samsung’s Home Country


Samsung has geared up its One UI 6 beta program, and in a very short time, it has made the new Beta One UI 6 beta update live for its devices. For instance, recently, the company released the sixth beta update for the Galaxy S23 devices, and now it has brought the second beta update for the Galaxy S22 to Korea.

Galaxy S22 Gets One UI 6 Beta 2 Update in South Korea

Samsung has rolled out the second beta update for the Galaxy S22 in South Korea, while previously it had already given the update in the UK. With the new bet update Samsung hasn’t introduced any new features, but it has brought some improvements for the devices, such as the disappearance of icons when changing the home layout while using no gesture hint, and it has also improved the issue of not selecting icons or not touching the Quick Panel in specific conditions, as well as resolving the issue of crashing certain applications, including Smart Surge, Launcher, and Camera.

Galaxy S23 Series Gets One UI 6.0 Beta 6 Update: What’s New

The latest beta update comes with version number ZWJ3 as its last letter. As the update is live for beta users, those who have already enrolled in the beta program should have received the update on their device, but if you haven’t, you can try rebooting your phone.

Samsung Galaxy Phones That Won’t Get One UI 6 & Android 14

Meanwhile, if you haven’t enrolled in the One UI 6 beta program yet, you can still enroll your device in the beta program and take advantage of all the new features of Samsung’s latest skin. As we said earlier, the OneUI 6 second beta update is available in two countries, including the UK and South Korea. However, Samsung may introduce the update to the devices in more countries at any time, so it is great if you check it manually by going to the system settings.

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