Samsung is aggressively pushing forward towards the launch of Android 10 to all its recently launched phones. It is continuing to roll out its beta updates for Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+, the 2018 flagships.
It is the third update for the S9 series on Android 10 beta. Samsung also launched the One UI 2.0 firmware at SDC19 (Samsung Developer Conference 2019) event that was held last month.
The Galaxy S9 and S9+ ‘s one UI 2.0 beta 3 is featured with the firmware build numbers G965FXXU7ZSL9 and G960FXXU7ZSL9, respectively.
The third beta version is a 365MB download and contains some small bug fixes related to the screen recording, Samsung Pass, and screen split multitasking.
As of now, the Android 10 Beta 3 OTA update for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ is rolling out in India, and it would soon expand to other markets too.
The complete changelog for OneUI 2.0 Beta 3 currently rolling out in the regions of Europe and Asia includes an excitingly new January 2020 security patch level. The update also features bug fixes for the Samsung Pass fingerprint issue during the use of the internet. It has fixed the mic position feature to help in screen recording.
It also fixed the blur issue at split-mode. You can find updated Samsung apps with this latest update. It is a very small OTA update for the Galaxy S9 series. This might be the last beta update before the stable one rolls out.
The best way to update the Samsung Galaxy device to Android 10 Beta 3 is by using the Samsung Members app.
Additionally, for the countries where the update is not yet available, users can download the OTA update zip and manually sideload it through stock recovery or ADB sideload method.
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