Samsung Galaxy S23 gets One UI 6 beta 7 in Poland

Samsung is working aggressively on One UI 6 development for the Galaxy S23. In a very short time, the company has released seven beta updates for Galaxy devices. Last week, the company released the One UI 6.0 beta 7 update to several countries, and now it is making it available for Polish users.

Samsung brings more fixes with a new beta update

Samsung has released a new beta update for Galaxy S23 users. The latest beta update doesn’t pack any new features, but it brings some fixes that improve the functioning of several existing system-level applications, such as Quick Panel screen blinking during horizontal and vertical rotations. The update also improves boot speed and encryption calls, making the device’s startup process more efficient.

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Along with this, the new beta update also resolves the issue related to the volume key, which didn’t respond correctly during proximity sensor operation. The navigation bar gesture, too, has been improved for better touch and sensitivity, with ongoing efforts for further enhancement.

The latest beta update for the Galaxy S23 is coming with firmware version number ZWJC in Poland, so users who have already enrolled in the One UI 6 beta program can easily install the new update on their devices. If you haven’t enrolled your device in the beta program, you can still do it by following the below steps.

  1. In the Samsung Members application, login with your Samsung account. If you do not already have a Samsung account, create one.
  2. Select theRegistration for One UI Beta Program” banner inside the app.
  3. Complete and submit the application form. 
    If you meet the participation criteria, you are enrolled in the One UI Beta Program.
  4. Then you will get a new software update shortly, and you can enjoy all the new features after installing the update.

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