Samsung is getting close to releasing its Android 14 update, but they’re still working on fixing some issues. They recently began testing the ninth version of their One UI 6 beta for the Galaxy S23 phones in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany. They plan to roll it out to more places soon.
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If you’re using the beta channel and want to update, the newest ninth One UI 6 beta build has a firmware version that ends with ZWJM. It’s around 420MB for users in the US, and similar sizes are expected for users in other countries. This update includes the Android security patch from October 2023. According to the changelog, it has fixed some bugs and made the software more stable. To get this update, go to the Software update section in your phone’s Settings app.
With beta program was ending this week, the stable release of One UI 6 was supposed to start next week. However, with Samsung launching a new beta build, people who aren’t part of the beta program will have to wait bit longer to experience One UI 6 on their smartphones.
Stay tuned for more updates!