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Samsung One UI 6 Beta: Android 14 features at a glance

Samsung One UI 6 Beta: Android 14 features at a glance

Samsung recently announced the beta phase of Android 14 One UI 6. First of all, Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23+, and Galaxy S23 Ultra owners can try the firmware update. We used the Samsung Galaxy S23 used in the editorial office for beta test program registered.

If you want to do that too, you need a Samsung account and you need to sign up via Samsung members Sign up for the beta test program. In addition, a valid phone number with an active SIM card (eSIM or NanoSIM) on the smartphone intended for beta testing is required. At this point, it should be noted that One UI 6 for the Galaxy S23 series is software in a beta state. Errors can always occur and functions may not work properly. In general, for example, mobile payment does not work with the trial version. It is therefore recommended not to use beta software on production devices or to back up personal data before beta testing.

Look at the program information

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After signing up, you can access the beta program from the Settings menu system updateAnd
Download and install download. You can then look at the file settings Throw. under Phone information
And Program information It will now be the current one One UI version 6.0
Based on Android version 14 an offer.

If you no longer wish to participate in the beta program, you must do so via Samsung Members app above settings And One UI demo case And Retreat apply for. To remove the trial program, you must have a file Smart Switch On the PC version, it’s possible to roll back to the previous version via the computer, Samsung explains.

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We got acquainted with the new features of the Samsung firmware. The significant innovations of One UI 6 can be seen in the following series of images. Clicking on the image will move to the next image.