SAMSUNG ONE UI 5.0 Posts on XDA

Samsung Galaxy S20 users can now experience One UI 5 based on Android 13 on the beta channel

Over the last few weeks, Samsung has opened up One UI 5 beta programs for the Galaxy S22 series, Galaxy S21 series, and the Galaxy A52, giving users a chance to experience the Android 13 release ahead of the stable rollout. Now, the company has opened a the beta program for the Galaxy S20 series...

Samsung kicks off One UI 5.0 beta program for the Galaxy A52

Samsung opened the One UI 5 public beta program for its flagship Galaxy S22 series early last month. Over the last few weeks, the company has released a few beta builds for the devices, giving users a chance to experience everything new in the Android 13 release ahead of the stable rollout. While the Galaxy...

One UI 5 beta 3 for the Galaxy S22 series rolls out with support for themed icons, improved animations, and more

Samsung has started rolling out the third One UI 5 beta build for its flagship Galaxy S22 series in the U.S. and a few other regions. The Android 13 beta update (firmware version ZVI9) brings several improvements and bug fixes, including themed icon support for more apps, improved animations, and more. While previous One UI 5...

Samsung Android 13 Tracker: Here are all the official One UI 5.0 beta builds to download and install

Software updates can be one of the most important things when it comes to a device. As Android 13 is nearing its stable release, the time is ripe for the smartphone makers to give a new coat of paint to their custom skins. Samsung, being one of the top-tier OEMs, is also busy shaping up...

Samsung kicks off One UI 5 beta program for the Galaxy S21 series

Samsung opened the One UI 5 beta program for the Galaxy S22 series earlier this month, giving users a chance to experience the latest version of its custom Android skin based on Android 13 ahead of the stable release. After releasing two beta builds for its latest flagship devices, Samsung has now kicked off the...

Samsung Galaxy S22 receives second One UI 5 beta in Korea, UK and Indian models get the first beta

At the beginning of this month, Samsung kicked off the One UI 5 beta program, allowing Galaxy S22 owners in South Korea, Germany, and the USA to try out the new Android 13 software ahead of the stable release. Now, the Korean OEM has expanded the beta initiative in India and the UK. Furthermore, the...

One UI 5.0 beta includes a new set of Wi-Fi developer options

Samsung rolled out the first One UI 5.0 open beta to the Galaxy S22 series last week, giving users in several regions a chance to experience the Android 13 update ahead of the stable rollout. We got a chance to experience the update on a Galaxy S22 Ultra, and we spotted a bunch of useful...

One UI 5 beta based on Android 13 goes live for the US Samsung Galaxy S22 series

Samsung kicked off the Android 13 campaign with the launch of the One UI 5 beta program last week, allowing Galaxy S22 series users to try out an early version of its upcoming software. As usual, the company chose a few select regions to begin rolling the update, namely Germany and South Korea. Since then,...

One UI 5.0 Open Beta Hands On: New features for your Samsung Galaxy phone

With Android 13 just around the corner, Samsung fans have been waiting patiently to get their hands on the next iteration of One UI: One UI 5.0. Samsung has now started the One UI 5.0 public beta program, beginning with the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. We've sideloaded the Open...

Samsung opens up One UI 5 public beta based on Android 13 for the Galaxy S22 series

The day Samsung fans have been waiting for is finally here. It appears that the Korean OEM has kickstarted the One UI 5.0 public beta program, beginning with the Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and the S22 Ultra. One UI 5 is the name for Samsung’s next major Android-based software and it’ll be based on Google’s...

How to get Samsung’s One UI 5 emojis on any rooted Android device

One of the biggest reasons Android enthusiasts keep coming to the XDA forums is to find new ways to theme their phone. Luckily, for devices which aren’t heavily locked down, you can go ahead and make widespread modifications, including those that are originated from a different OEM Android skin altogether. XDA Senior Member RKBD felt...