Samsung releases One UI Watch 4.5 Beta 6 update for Galaxy Watch 4

Samsung is testing the One UI Watch 4.5 beta on Galaxy Watch 4 series for a couple of months now. The company has already released five beta updates, and now there’s another incremental beta update rolling out to the Galaxy Watch 4. The latest incremental patch addresses bugs available on the previous build, if you own the Galaxy Watch 4 or Watch 4 Classic, then your Watch will receive a major software upgrade soon.

Samsung plants the sixth beta on the Galaxy Watch 4 with the ZHV2 firmware version. It is a small patch that brings fixes to the known issues on the update. And with each incremental software upgrade, we are getting close to a stable release. It is the same software that debuted with the recently launched Galaxy Watch 5 and Watch 5 Pro.

Speaking of the changes, then Samsung addresses the reset issue facing in Watch only mode while exercising, text disappear issue while using automatic text suggestions, the LTE model of the watch will not receive disaster-related messages over 255 bytes, and more.

The latest beta on Galaxy Watch 4 automatically disables battery saving mode when the charging level goes up from 15%. Apart from that, the incremental upgrade brings a new flashlight app as well.

If you want to enjoy the latest One UI Watch 4.5 Beta, first you need to update the Galaxy Watch 4 Manager app on your phone. After updating to the latest Galaxy Watch 4 Manager app, you will be able to update your Galaxy Watch 4 to the latest One UI Watch 4.5 Beta 6. Before updating, make sure to charge your watch to at least 50%.

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