The Samsung Galaxy Note 20’s One UI 3.0 beta update is starting to roll out
After rolling out One UI 3.0 public beta builds for the Galaxy S20 series, Samsung started recruiting beta testers for the Galaxy Note 20’s One UI 3.0 beta update earlier this month. The company has now started rolling out the One UI 3.0 beta update for Galaxy Note 20 devices in the US. As per a recent tweet from @SamsungGaryB82, Galaxy Note 20 users in the US can now register for the One UI 3.0 public beta through the Samsung Members app, and the open beta is available for T-Mobile, Sprint, and unlocked Galaxy Note 20 devices.
Just letting everyone know if your on Tmobile and Sprint or have a Unlocked Samsung Note 20 you can now register for the android 11 beta @SamsungMobileUS @SamsungMobile @xdadevelopers #Note20Ultra #beta #android11 pic.twitter.com/1ephoZU65n
— Matt (@SamsungGaryB82) October 27, 2020
In case you have an eligible device, you can register for the One UI 3.0 open beta update by heading over to the Samsung Members app and tapping on the One UI beta banner. On the following screen, tap on the enroll button and then wait a few minutes for the app to process your enrollment. After that, head over to the Software update page on your device and tap on check for updates to download the open beta release.
Samsung has also set up a Galaxy Note 20/Note 20 Ultra One UI 3.0 (Android 11) update mega thread that you can visit to leave your feedback on the open beta release. The mega thread announcement post further reveals that some banking apps may not work on the beta update, and apps that rely on Safety Net will not be supported via the Google Play Store. While Samsung hasn’t revealed any information about the beta release, we expect that the build won’t be too different from the one released for the Galaxy S20 series.