The second One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series was issued by Samsung yesterday. It represents a further development towards stable Android 13 for Galaxy tablets and smartphones. This release includes lots of bug fixes and new features, as planned. Here is One UI 5.0 Beta 2’s complete changelog ( via ).

CHANGELOG FOR ONE UI 5.0 BETA 2 One UI 5.0 Beta 2 introduces several improvements, starting with a Smart Suggestions widget that can recommend beneficial apps or features for your phone. Additionally, Samsung has added a maintenance mode that blocks access to private information like accounts, messages, and images. When giving a phone repairman your phone, this is helpful. They are limited to using the pre-installed apps on the device.

Another One UI 5.0 feature that aids in preserving your privacy is Privacy Detection. When you are preparing to share images with someone, whether on social media or privately, it recognizes and warns you about sensitive material in the photos. This feature can recognize data including credit card information, identification, and passports. An alert will be displayed so you can decide again whether to share the picture. Additionally, Samsung is enhancing Bixby Routines with a Life Style Mode.

Advertisement Additionally, this version addresses a number of problems from the initial beta build. In its list of changes, Samsung notes resolutions for problems with automatic rotation, copying or forwarding of messages in the Samsung Messages app, the quick notification panel becoming empty, pattern and PIN unlocking, power saving mode, touch sensitivity, and Bixby Routines.

The One UI 5.0 Beta 2 is no different from other beta software releases in that it has some known bugs. Two of them, both connected to Samsung Wallet, are mentioned by Samsung. First off, according to the business, users who haven’t recently updated their Wallets risk losing everything when they install the latest software. They must reinstall it manually. It’s possible that the Digital Car Key in the Wallet won’t function properly. The Key should be deleted and registered, according to Samsung, to fix this.

IN THE US, THE LATEST UPDATE IS NOW AVAILABLE Earlier this month, Samsung started beta testing One UI 5.0 for the Galaxy S22 series. Germany, South Korea, and the United States all had access to the initial beta release. Other markets didn’t get it. But with Beta 2, the business also provided coverage for people in the UK and India. The latter two markets received a single, roughly 3GB-sized bundle that included both releases. The first release comes in a smaller bundle weighing just over 1GB and is only available in the three markets where it was initially released, including the US.

Advertisement You should soon receive the most recent update over the air (OTA) if your Galaxy S22 phone is registered in the One UI 5.0 beta program. This year, Samsung anticipates starting the stable deployment in October or November.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 One UI 5 Beta 2 changelog


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