Samsung amazes its users by dispatching the Android 14-based One UI 6 Beta 4 update for the Galaxy S23 devices in the US, this new beta build conveys fixes for several critical bugs and issues that were found in the previous version. However, the same software is also live in India as the third One UI 6 Beta.
It’s worth mentioning that the Korean tech maker is making great efforts to provide top-tier performance for its users. Because, with the One UI 6 Beta 4, Samsung has started releasing the October 2023 security patch, and the other manufacturers are still serving the refinements and fixes of the current month’s patch.
Coming back to the topic, the latest One UI 6 beta build resolves various known issues such as the situation when motion photo is not available, infinite reboot when entering repair mode, and the major problem in which the users were not able to install kids app after updating from One UI 5.0 to One UI 6.0.
In addition, the update also addresses the onboarding failure when retrying login after initializing the Samsung Pass and logging out of the Samsung account. The issue of voice recognition while receiving a call and the Google Assistant execution problem when swiping up in the gesture mode of the navigation bar has also been fixed.
Other than these there are more fixes that consumers of Galaxy S23 smartphone will encounter after installing the fourth beta of One UI 6 software based on the Android 14 operating system.
Samsung One UI 6 Beta 4 fixes
- Fixed the onboarding failure when retrying login after initializing Samsung Pass and logging out of the Samsung account
- Fixed the problem that voice recognition is not possible when you say “answer the phone” while receiving a call
- Fixed the Google Assistant execution problem when swiping up in the gesture mode of the navigation bar
- Many other improvements
- Motion photo is not available
- Infinite reboot occurs when entering repair mode
- Kids app cannot be installed after updating from One UI 5.0 to One UI 6.0. It will be installed in mid-September as a separate app (public open at the end of September)