The One UI 5 stable update is likely a few weeks away from launching on eligible Samsung devices, but things are progressing well. The Korean OEM is handling the Android 13 beta testing phase remarkably well, pushing the new One UI version to a slew of devices. Now, the company has started rolling out the fourth beta of the Galaxy S22 lineup ahead of the public release.
According to several user reports on our forums and the Samsung community, Beta 4 update has gradually started rolling out to the Galaxy S22 as a software release. ZVJ2. The update includes the following bug fixes:
- Bugs that have been fixed
- Improved that favorites and recent items can be added and deleted in the Gallery album
- Fixed sleep mode autorun issue
- Fixed the issue that produced continuous vibration/beep sound
- Fixed crash when entering App folder
- Fixed crash when changing wallpapers
- Fixed a crash in Pen Air Command
- Fixed issue with item eraser not working
- Fixed vibration feedback not working in welcome gesture
- Fixed frame breaking issue when entering widget in home
- Multi-user function removed
- Other minor bug fixes
Those running the third beta of One UI 5 should soon receive the new update via an OTA. You can also manually check for the update by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install. The update is currently only available for US, South Korean, and European models, with international Snapdragon variants expected to follow in the coming days.
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Unfortunately, neither the Galaxy Z Fold 4 nor the Z Flip 4 have access to the One UI 5 program till date. We’ll probably have to wait a bit longer to see Android 13 arrive in Samsung’s foldable wallet.
If you own a Galaxy S22 and want to try out Android 13, you can sign up for the beta program using the Samsung Member app. Alternatively, you can check out our One UI 5 update tracker to grab the OTA package once it becomes available.
Source: XDA Forums, Samsung Community Forums