How to join One UI 3.0 Beta Program on Samsung Galaxy Note 10 & Note 10+

Just a few days ago, Samsung kicked-off One UI 3.0 beta program for the last year’s Note, Yes, I am talking about the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Now, the Galaxy Note 10 series users can get access to the upcoming One UI 3.0 based Android 11 OS by joining the One UI 3.0 beta program.

The beta program is live in the Republic of South Korea and United Kingdom. Soon, it will be available for India, US, Germany, Poland, and China. Here’s how you can join One UI 3.0 beta program on Galaxy Note 10 duo.

How to get One UI 3.0 beta on galaxy note 10

The beta build on the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus knocks up with a slew of new useful features, improvements, latest security patch, and more changes. In terms of changes, then this update brings an overhauled Notification panel and long press menu for apps, new Volume controls layout, intuitive lock screen and Bixby Routines, a flurry of customizations to AOD, and much more. Obviously, it also has all essential features of the Android 11.

So, if you want to access the features of new Samsung’s skin – One UI 3.0 and Android 11, then you can follow the below steps to join the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 One UI 3.0 Beta Program.

Participate Samsung Galaxy Note 10 (Plus) One UI 3.0 Beta Program

One UI 3.0 beta now available for the Galaxy Note 10 duo with N976NKSU1ZTK6 build number. Any Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus user can take a part in the beta program. Here you can check the prerequisites before joining the program.

Prerequisites:

  • Make sure to download the latest Samsung Members app.
  • A working Samsung Account to participate the One UI 3.0 beta program via Members app.

How to Join:

  1. Download Samsung Members app and Open it on your Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10 Plus.
  2. Tap on the One UI 3.0 banner listed at the top of home screen.
    How to get One UI 3.0 beta on galaxy note 10
  3. Then, tap Registration of One UI Beta Program.
  4. Enter the required details on the One UI forum.
  5. If your account meets all requirements, then you’ll receive the update.
  6. That’s it.

Once the registration process is completed, you will receive the One UI 3.0 based Android 11 update via special OTA. In case you won’t receive the OTA, then you can check the update manually, from the system settings. To check it manually, go to Settings > Software Update > Download updates manually, if the newer patch is available, then tap on the download now.

Note: The OTA might take some time to reach your device after registering to the One UI 3.0 beta program. You can check the One UI 3.0 changelog here.

We won’t recommend the beta build to use as a daily driver because it is a beta build and it may have some bugs which will be fixed later in the next updates. But if you just want to try Android 11 and don’t mind bugs, then you can install it through firmware.

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