The Second One UI 6 Beta rolling out for Galaxy S22 Series

Samsung Galaxy S22 series is now getting the One UI 6 beta 2 update. The One UI 6 is the next major update for Galaxy and is based on Android 14. The company has been actively involved in beta testing, with several beta updates for some Galaxy phones over the past month. Two weeks later from the first beta update, the device now receive the second One UI 6 beta.

Only select Galaxy phone series have received the update so far, and a few more Galaxy phones are expected to join the beta program before the stable One UI 6 release.

One UI 6 beta 2 for the Galaxy S22 series is available with software version ZWJ3. The second beta weighs over 1GB, 1366 MB to be exact. With the new beta also expect the latest Android security patch which is October security patch.

As you expect from a second beta, the One UI 6 Beta for Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, Galaxy S22 Ultra come with balance of important bug fixes and a couple of changes. This includes the bug of icon disappearing from homescreen when the device is connected to the charger.

Galaxy S22 One UI 6 Beta 2 Changelog

  • Improved icon disappearance when changing Home layout while using no gesture hint
  • Improved the issue of not seeing icons or not touching Quick panel in specific situations
  • Improved app crash such as Smart surge, Launcher, camera, etc.
  • Applied Google stabilization code
  • Applied the latest security patch

All three phones including Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra are now receiving the One UI 6 Beta 2 in the UK. And soon it will be available in more regions where beta program is available. If you have joined the beta program, you can check for the update manually by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install. In case you want to join the beta program, you can follow this guide.

Talking about the official One UI 6 release, you can expect it in November for your Galaxy S22 phone. The stable update will be released first for the Galaxy S23 series followed by other Galaxy phones.

Before upgrading your phone, make sure to take full backup and also charge your phone to at least 50%.

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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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