>The One UI 6 beta program for the Galaxy M23 smartphone is currently open to its users. Interested candidates can register and be a part of it.
Read more about it below.
One UI 6 Beta Program for Galaxy M23
Samsung’s One UI 6 beta version is currently available to all the Galaxy M23 smartphone users and the beta update will let users experience the brand new One UI 6 custom skin based on the Android 14 operating before the stable version starts to be rolled out.
To note, the One UI 6 beta program is owned, operated, and managed by Samsung alone, and users will have to register to be a part of the program. It should also be kept in mind that the beta version of the custom UI will likely be prone to issues, bugs, inaccuracies, might make the device behave unexpectedly, and may even have incomplete or missing features. Samsung doesn’t hold any responsibilities for it, and users will have to accept it and give their full consent to join.
Samsung Galaxy M23 – One UI 6 Beta Program
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How to Apply?
In order to participate in the beta program, users will have to register via the Samsung Members app. On the app, go to “Notice” and then select “Registration for One UI Beta Program”. Complete the process and if found eligible, the beta update will be rolled out.
It is also advised to have all the applications on the device updated to their latest versions and also to keep the data backed up to a PC device with the help of Smart Switch.
To install the beta update, wait until the update is rolled out to the device, and on receiving it, go to “Settings”, tap on “Software update”, download the update, and then install. The device will be updated with the One UI 6 beta version based on the Android 14 operating system.
To submit feedback, customers can do so through the Samsung Members app. Select “Beta feedback” and send it from there. If it is UX or UI-related feedback, submit it by going to “Beta community” and pressing “Suggestions”.
If by chance any issues are faced while going through the update process, user can contact their nearest Samsung Service Center for assistance. Users can also opt-out of the program whenever they want and they can do so by submitting a withdrawal request, and after the downgrading process, their data can be revived through the Smart Switch on their PC.
Users will also be able to ask their doubts and other questions through Samsung’s Members app, and they will be able to revoke their consent to send diagnostic data by disabling it on “Settings”.