Samsung is releasing a critical hotfix for One UI 2.0 Beta users after a recent beta release resulted in users being locked out of their phones. One of the workarounds was to revert to Android Pie.
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Samsung has begun rolling out Android 9.0 Pie based One UI to the Galaxy M20 mid-range device in India. The update, just like the M30, is rolling out earlier than the promised June 3 rollout.
Samsung's Android Pie-based One UI is a fresh new take on Android for its devices. The update brings many usability improvements and is a huge step forward in de-cluttering the OS for future devices.
Samsung has begun rolling out its One UI update to stable Galaxy S9 and Note9 devices running Android Oreo, in India and South Korea. It is reportedly also heading to more regions.
Owners of Samsung's latest flagship may have to wait slightly longer to receive the One UI update in certain regions. Formerly slated for January, the update might be being delayed for some devices.
Samsung debuted its One UI experience for Android during its Developer Conference in November. It is currently available in beta but the firm has now released a promotional video for the UI.
Although Galaxy S9 and S9+ owners in South Korea and the US have had access to the One UI beta program for the last few weeks, those in India are now able to get their hands on the latest build.
There's a new option in Samsung's One UI (Android Pie) that lets you lock the icons and shortcuts in the home screen so that they aren't accidentally moved. The feature is available in beta for now.
Samsung is rolling out its new One UI experience based on Android 9.0 Pie to S9 and S9+ users that are enrolled in the One UI Beta Program. The update includes a bunch of new features and UI tweaks.
Although it seems almost certain that the S8, S8+ and Note8 will get the Android Pie update, a spokesperson for Samsung has thrown doubt on whether they will be eligible for One UI.