Samsung Galaxy S9 Series Gets Sixth One UI 2.0 (Android 10) Beta Update

Written by Jeff

Samsung already launched the One UI 2.0 beta program based on Android 10 by the end of 2019. A bunch of premium devices including the Samsung Galaxy S9 series received the update. The Korean OEM since that was under vigorous testing with a number of beta updates in a short period of time. Now the latest report says that the sixth update since the launch of the beta program of One UI 2.0 is coming for Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus.

The One UI came as an answer for everyone blaming the same user interface used in all Samsung devices for over a decade. One UI did bring in the changes every user was hoping for. The One UI 2.0 also came with more additions and improvements. Moreover, this Android 10 based update was something every Samsung user was expecting. The beta program started bought in the latest OS from Android real quick to tackle the heavy competition in the market.

Both the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus received the On UI beta update in 2019 December. The same devices got three more beta updates of the One UI 2.0 in the same moth which bought in some bug fixes. A new beta came out at the start of 2020 itself and now the latest One UI 2.0 beta 6 is out.

The One UI 2.0 beta 6 comes with many beta fixes and an updated Camera app. The new camera app from Samsung comes with the version number The update weighs a total of 116MB and is coming with a built number ZTA9.


  • Fixed issue that sometimes can’t enter a PIN in Samsung Pay security keypad.
  • Update Samsung Camera v10.0.01.49.
  • Fixed issues that do not appear as the SIM card image is set in DUAL SIM card status.
  • Solved issues that did not work to prevent malfunction filter.
  • Fixed issues that could not use mobile data that appeared in users using MVNO operators.


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