Owners of the Galaxy Watch 4 can now install Samsung’s most recent One UI Watch beta for the smartwatch, but only if they’ve previously signed up. Samsung has already stopped accepting applications for the beta program, but this latest beta shows off the upcoming Wear OS version for the wearable device.
THE GALAXY WATCH 4 BETA HAS BEEN CLOSED BY SAMSUNG. You will need a few things in order to install the new One UI beta on your Galaxy Watch 4 . A Samsung Galaxy smartphone is first required. While many customers who sync their smartwatch with another Android smartphone may find this annoying, it appears to be the only method to receive the beta on your device.
Second, you must have downloaded the Samsung Members app and registered for the beta. The search for beta testers for the Galaxy Watch 4 has closed as of June 2. Before, you could sign up for the One UI Watch Beta Program on the Samsung Members app. However, the public sign-up period has now closed, and as far as we can tell, there is currently no way to participate.
We are currently observing the One UI Watch beta notice either not displaying the Samsung Members app or, if it does, not functioning at all. The join button is grayed out and has an end message when you try to utilize it, providing no connection. When attempting to download the plugin, a screen offering to sign up for the beta program appears; however, it quickly changes to indicate that the test period has ended.
As a result, only the existing testers will participate in the Galaxy Watch 4 beta.
INSTALLER GUIDE FOR GALAXY WATCH 4 ONE UI BETA You can install the latest One UI beta if you were able to sign up for the One UI Watch Beta Program before sign-ups were stopped. The previous stable version of the Galaxy Wearable app will shortly be replaced by a brand-new app in the Galaxy Store. The stable version will be replaced if you simply press Update on the Galaxy Wearable page.
To make it simple to find and download, the software should show up in the Galaxy Store as an upgrade to the current Galaxy Wearable app. Following the installation of this app, an OTA update will bring your smartwatch up to One UI Watch 4.5. The update is delivered through conventional channels, so you may check for updates through the watch itself or by going to the Galaxy Wearable app andgt; Watch settings andgt; Software update.
WHAT HAPPENED WITH ONE UI 4.5? As we discussed in a recent article, Samsung has outlined all the new features in the Galaxy Watch 4 beta version. The update adds a few significant changes and improves the user interface to One UI 4.5. QWERTY input is now supported on the keyboard, more text fields are now supported in notifications, dual SIM support is mentioned, and there are new watch faces as well.