Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 now receives One UI 4.0 beta 3 with bug fixes

A few weeks ago, Samsung kicked off the Android 12-centric One UI 4.0 beta program for the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The device had already received two incremental patches, and now the news comes out Samsung has started pushing the third beta of One UI 4.0 on the Galaxy Z Fold 2. The third beta build is live in South Korea and brings a bunch of fixes and enhancements. Read along to know about Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 4.0 Beta 3 update.

The latest firmware is rolling with the ZUKK build version in South Korea, will join other regions in the coming days. The incremental patches weigh less in comparison to the first beta build, so you can quickly upgrade your phone to the newer version. Not only the Z Fold 2, but the company has also pushed an incremental patch to the Note 20 series phones.

Moving to the changes, then the upgrade brings fixes for the Fingerprint authentication issue, screen brightness dim issue after reboot, Galaxy Watch 4 issues, and some other issues. The changelog of Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 4.0 third beta is same as the yesterday’s Note 20 series upgrade. Here’s the complete changelog you can check before upgrading your device.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 4.0 Beta 3 update – Changelog

  • Fingerprint authentication not working in some apps
  • No effect when selecting a quick panel item
  • Routine not released
  • Navigation bar gesture hint On->Off bottom gesture – Hint bar error
  • Screen brightness dims when rebooting
  • Lock screen Reset occurs if not unlocked quickly on Galaxy Watch 4
  • Crash when connected to Galaxy Watch 4 – Battery drains quickly
  • Disconnected when connected to Windows PC via USB Fixed other minor issues

The Galaxy Z Fold 2 users will get the latest build beta OTA notification once available, in case, you’ve not received any notification, then you can move to the Settings > Software upgrade and check for new updates.

If you’re running on a stable version but want to try out the One UI 4.0 beta, then you can join the beta program through the Samsung Members app from the notices section.

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