How to register and install the Android 12 One UI 4.0 beta

Since mid-September, Samsung has been running an Android 12-based One UI 4.0 beta program in select regions to allow users to provide input before the public release later this year. The beta is now only accessible for the Galaxy S21 series, but Samsung is anticipated to expand it to more smartphones in the near future.

One UI 4.0 adds a slew of new features, large and small (mainly minor, because, hey, what else can you add to mobile software these days? ), and if you’re wanting to try them out on your Galaxy S21, S21+, or S21 Ultra right now but aren’t sure how, we’re here to assist!

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For a step-by-step tutorial on how to join the beta program, see the video. Of course, using this handy list, double-check that the beta program is available in your country. As previously said, only the Galaxy S21 series phones have access to the beta at this time, but the same instructions will apply to any other Galaxy smartphone that may receive the beta in the future, so save the video for later!

Google’s Android operating system will receive an update in 2021, based on Android 11, which some phones still lack. But this isn’t just another iterative upgrade; Google calls it the “largest design overhaul in Android history,” and it shows.

Some users can download Android 12 beta 3 now, including anyone who owns a Pixel 3 or newer, plus owners of the Xiaomi Mi 11, OnePlus 9, and more. You’ll find a full list below, while for instructions head to our how to get the Android 12 beta on your phone guide.

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Some customers, such as those who possess a Pixel 3 or newer, as well as those who own the Xiaomi Mi 11, OnePlus 9, and other devices, can now download the Android 12 beta 3. A complete list can be found below, and procedures can be found in our article on how to get the Android 12 beta on your phone.