Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 One UI 5 Beta 2 update goes live

Samsung is actively testing the One UI 5 update on several of its devices. Although Samsung is yet to release the stable One UI 5 update, which is expected to release this month. But we know that once Samsung releases stable updates for its S22 series, it’s not going to stop there. The tech giant will soon release the update for other devices including the Galaxy Z Flip 3.

The Galaxy Z Flip 3 entered the Android 13 based One UI 5 beta program about a week ago. The first beta for the device was released in South Korea, China, and the UK. And a week later, Samsung has now released the second One UI 5 beta for the Galaxy Z Flip 3 in China. Soon it will expand to other regions as well.

Galaxy Z Flip 3 One UI 5 Beta 2 update

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 One UI 5 Beta 2 update comes with software version ZVJ9 which may be the same for the update in other regions. The new beta update focuses on bug fixes and some improvements. The fix includes cracking sound error during video editing preview. Here is the translated changelog.

Major changes/improvements

  • [Video editor] Cracking error when checking Preview after setting Effect & Tone arbitrarily
  • [Camera] Rear selfie switch icon display error
  • [Wallpaper] Cover home screen preview image and actual different applied image
  • [Camera] AR Emoji camera screen error
  • [Camera] After saving photos and videos in Flex mode, confirm In> Screen error when switching back to Preview
  • [Camera] Preview stopped, Camera failed. Occurrence
  • Many other improvements

Known issues

  • Tata play: not executed.
  • TeamViewer Remote Control: Connect other devices
  • Some terminals of dam dam (Secure Folder installation terminal) not running

If you are a Galaxy Z Flip 3 user and already joined the One UI 5 beta program then you will see the new beta on the software update page. Currently, it’s rolling out in China so if you are in a different region you might have to wait a little longer. To check for the update go to Settings > Software Update. Once the update is available tap the Download and Install button.

Make sure to take backup of your phone’s date and charge the device to at least 50% before upgrading.

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Ashutosh singh

Computer Science graduate and tech enthusiast. Love testing new tech gadgets ever since my first windows phone from Samsung. Working as a technical writer for more than five years, and I believe I have also developed good SEO skills. In my spare time, I like watching movies, and playing games.

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