Samsung reopens One UI 3.0 (Android 11) Beta Program for Galaxy Z Fold 2

Two days ago, Samsung announced One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy Z Fold 2. But due to a major bug (which locks out the Galaxy Z Fold 2), the company had to pause the beta program. Now, the company has reopened the beta One UI 3.0 based Android 11 beta membership program. The update knocks up with a bunch of useful features and newer security patch. Here’s everything you need to know about Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 3.0 Beta Update.

Samsung started the One UI 3.0 beta program for Galaxy Z Fold 2 in its mainland, South Korea. The patch is seeding over-the-air with F916NKSU1ZTKD build number and weighs around 190MB of download size. As for now, the program is limited to the South Korea, hopefully it will be expanded to India, UK, US, Germany, and other regions as well in the coming days.

Samsung has fixed the lock issue with the newer build, if you want to get access to the features of One UI 3.0 based Android 11. Then, you can update your Galaxy S10 series device by joining the One UI beta program from Samsung Member’s app. Here you can check our step by step guide to join the One UI 3.0 Beta Program.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 3.0 Beta Update

Talking about the features, then the update comes with 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 packs the essential features of Android 11 and newer security patch as well, this one knocks up with November 2020 monthly security patch.

To sign up for Android 11 beta you can use the Samsung Members application. First install the App and use the Samsung account for login. Then select the ‘Registration for One UI Beta Program’ in the home banner.

After registering, go to Settings > Software Update. There it will show the available One UI 3.0 beta update that you can download and install. In case if you don’t find the update then wait for some time and check again.

We don’t recommend sideloading beta builds on your daily driver, as the beta builds are not as stable as the public releases. But if you just want to try Android 11 and don’t mind about bugs, then you can install it through firmware.

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