The public beta test for the newest iteration of Samsung’s Android skin is still ongoing. Members of the Galaxy S22 family in the US who have signed up for the beta program are now receiving One UI 5 Beta 4 as an over-the-air upgrade.
This is referred to as build ZVJ2, measures 1.5GB and includes the October 2022 security patch level in addition to other bug fixes. Despite this, there are still known issues, including the black screen that appears on the display when using DeX and the phone’s screen is locked, a force close that happens when you choose a filter from the lock screen menu while configuring the wallpaper multi-pack and receiving an Unable to open file message when you receive something through QuickShare and attempt to open it from the pop-up.
The initial One UI 5 Beta included multi-user capabilities, which was regrettably deleted in the fourth beta. It’s unclear if the feature will remain removed or whether Samsung intends to restore it back in a later update.
The improvements deal with crashes while opening app folders, changing the wallpaper, utilizing S Pen Air command, the ineffectiveness of the object eraser, the failure of the vibration to activate the home gesture and issues with frame breaking when switching from a widget to the home screen. Additionally, a problem that caused the phone to repeatedly vibrate and beep has fortunately been resolved, as has another that put the phone in automatic sleep mode. Additionally, adding and deleting favorites from the Gallery should now be easier.
Within the next few hours, or at most days, this update will most likely reach the other nations where the One UI 5 beta program is accessible.
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