This week, Samsung has released One UI 4 Beta 3 for Galaxy S21 series. It dispatched with plenty of improvements & fixes to stabilize the software. Now, the third beta is getting a hotfix to squash missed bugs. The company always releases hotfixes to its beta version when most of the users demand a quick fix, or their phone is not working properly due to bugs in software. This new emergency update does the same job. It fixes bugs and solved app crashing issues by stabilizing code.
As per the changelog, it solved the issue with some browsers that were not working. The app crashes when sharing images from the Gallary, and the app closes when a music file is executed has been solved. Further, it fixes the Samsung Music app, which was creating a problem for the Always-on display screen to not appear when the screen is turned off. Finally, you can see an overall enhancement in the usage after the installation of this firmware.
The hotfix update is currently released in South Korea, where the third beta version has been dispatched. The One UI 4 Beta 3 is today releasing in other countries, and it might have launched with these fixes. If you are on beta 3, then you will see firmware version G99*NKSU3ZUJG, and it weighs 215MB in size. With the update, Samsung has rolled out Android’s November security patch.
Madhav Biradar started his career in technology back in 2011, where he covered mobile & gaming articles. He is an enthusiast in smartphone & wearable gadgets. In his free time, he likes to read about new tech gadgets and watch movies.