Launched back in November 2021, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 One UI 4 Beta program reached the third level a couple of days back. Now, Samsung further expanded it by beginning the rollout of fourth Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta update to Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra.
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Bearing build version ending ZULB, the 4th Android 12 Beta update for Galaxy Note 20 duo included fixes for consumers based in mainland South Korea. Per the info via release note, it fixes bubble icon disappearing issue when minimizing the KakaoTalk window, booting into safe/recovery mode.
Fixes apart, the 4th One UI 4 Beta of Galaxy Note 20 series solves the broken ability to open links in select apps, mainly social media apps such as Instagram and Facebook, plus, it brings back the ability to run Kiwoom Securities app in South Korea.
- Minimize KakaoTalk window, bubble icon does not disappear
- Fix booting into safe mode or entering recovery mode after update
- Link does not open in some apps such as Instagram and Facebook
- Kiwoom Securities app does not run
Are you using the One UI 4 Beta on your Galaxy Note 20 or Note 20 Ultra in South Korea? Let us know your thoughts over Samsung’s undeveloped Android 12 software, also, don’t forget to check for the firmware updates manually by heading towards your phone’s Settings, hitting the Software updates and tapping on the Download and install toggle.