Samsung has released a stable version of the Android 10 update for the Samsung Galaxy S9 series. The latest Android 10 Beta 4 OTA with One UI 2.0 update is now available for Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+.
To recall, the beta program of One UI 2.0 was out for the Snapdragon variants from the USA and the Exynos variants globally. And since beta 3 is not stable enough and the firmware needed more optimization, beta 4 has been rolled out.
The One UI 2.0 beta 4 for the Exynos Galaxy S9+ and S9 models highlight the new firmware build numbers to be G965FXXU7ZSLC and G960FXXU7ZSLC, respectively.
The update is ahead of its time, and it is featuring the upcoming January 2020 Android security patch level. On Galaxy S9, a crashing issue was found while setting up iris recognition, and this bug was fixed with this ZSLC OTA update.
However, that is not all. The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus presents many more bug fixes and optimization to the system. The fixes include improvement and modification of camera bug, Audio improvements, fixed issues for ringtone not available in right side on Bluetooth headset, fixing of no service error, fixed kernel issues, fixed fingerprint authentication not available while using SPay or SPass, and lastly fixed crash issues while messaging or calling.
The Beta 4 OTA update is very significant if the user is already using Android 10 beta. The beta 4 OTA is of very small size that is around 140 MB.
The complete changelog for OneUI 2.0 Beta 4 that is now rolling out in the regions of Europe and Asia include fixing sometimes kernel issue, repaired the part where the 6-digit pin is not in use in the security folder, and a fixed crash issue when attempting to send Call / Message white viewing business card Fullscreen.