Samsung Galaxy Note10 gets Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta in India
Samsung rolled out the Android 10-based One UI 2.0 beta update for the Galaxy Note10 and Galaxy Note10+ in a few countries last month, and now it's time for the Indian units to get a taste of Samsung's newest custom Android skin.
Those interested can enroll in the beta program by heading to the Notices section in Samsung's Members app, tapping the "Registrations for One UI Beta Program (Note10/Note10+)", and then registering by tapping on the One UI Beta Program banner.
Once you've registered, you can download the One UI 2.0 beta update on your device by heading to the Software update section in the Settings menu.
Since this is a beta build, Samsung recommends you back up all the important data on your device before installing the update. Besides, it's worth noting that the update may have bugs that could hamper the user experience. So it's better not to install it on your primary phone and wait for the stable build to arrive.
Thanks for the tip, Hrishikesh Subramonian!
Then use a feature phone such as Nokia 3310. It'll keep on working even after you die.
- 11 Nov 2019
As long as the phone is working well, I don't care
- 11 Nov 2019
why all the hate ... what else are you getting from android 10 except it makes it look cooler with the new animation? go get yourself a oneplus guys! lol. leave samsung users whom enjoying dark mood and gesture controls for years now alone, leave th...
- 10 Nov 2019