Just yesterday, the Galaxy S20 series received the fourth One UI 3.0 beta release, putting Samsung’s top-billed 2020 flagship one step closer to the final stable build that will be rolled out worldwide before the end of the year. Now, Samsung has pushed out a beta update for the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This is the second One UI 3.0 beta for the Note 20 duo, and as expected, it fixes a slew of bugs that plagued the initial release.
These fixes address everything from UI kinks to forced app closures (see the screenshot below) that you may or may not have come across on your Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra. Of course, since this is beta software, it’s possible the newer build will introduce problems of its own. It will likely be a while before the stable One UI 3.0 build is ready to go for the Note 20 series considering its beta program is running behind that of the Galaxy S20 trio, though we still expect it to arrive before we leave for the hopefully greener pastures of 2021.
Part of the beta program? Grab the new build now!
The second beta update — firmware version N98xxXXU1ZTJQ — for the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra is currently rolling out in India but should soon be released in other markets where the beta program was launched, including the UK, Germany, and the US. The update includes the November 2020 security patch, and you can download it over the air from the Settings » Software update menu on your phone by tapping the Download and install option.
If you’re also a beta tester then check for the update notification. If the notification of the latest update doesn’t arrive at you, check for updates manually by following the steps given below.
Settings > About phone > Software updates > Download and install.