The official Android 14 release from Google is approaching, and other OEMs are preparing to roll out the OS in tandem with Google. Samsung began beta testing the One UI 6 (based on Android 14) last month, beginning with the Galaxy S23 series. The Galaxy S21 series may now access the One UI 6 Beta.
For the Galaxy S22 series, the One UI 6 beta was also released this week. As a result, the Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A34 are among the five Galaxy lineups that have received the One UI 6 beta. In the near future, we can expect additional devices to join the party.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 Series One UI 6 Beta was first accessible in South Korea, the same as it was for the Galaxy S22 series. It should soon be accessible in additional areas, where the Galaxy S23 beta is now available. Three models make up the Galaxy S21 series, which debuted as a flagship range in 2021, and all of them can participate in the beta.
One UI 6, Samsung’s version of Android 14, is a significant update for Galaxy phones. As one might anticipate from a significant Android update, One UI 6 also includes a number of enhancements and additions. Redesigned Quick Settings layout, a moveable lock screen clock, enhanced animation, increased customization, the ability to configure different backgrounds for different modes, a selection of new emojis, new media playback in the notification panel, and more are some of the noteworthy improvements. The dedicated One UI 6 page has all the information you need to check out about this latest big One UI version.
I don’t currently have any specifics about the Samsung Galaxy S21 Series One UI 6 Beta upgrade, including the firmware version or update size. It’s important to remember, though, that consumers should be able to download the update right away after signing up for the beta program.
How to Install Samsung Galaxy S21 Series One UI 6 Beta
If you have a Galaxy S21 phone, and want to try new features early, then you can apply for the One UI 6 beta directly from the device.
To opt for the beta, you need to install Samsung members app. Open the members app and tap the bell icon or notice icon where you will see the One UI 6 beta banner if it’s available in your region. Open the banner and follow the instructions to apply for beta. You can also refer to our detailed guide.
After registration you will receive the update on your phone. Before making a decision make sure to take backup of your phone. Once you have backup head to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.
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