Samsung immediately launched after which shortly suspended the primary Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta replace for the Galaxy Z Fold 2. Apparently, the beta software program contained a serious bug that’s rendering the brand new foldable cellphone unusable after the replace.
In response to consumer studies within the firm’s official boards in South Korea, the cellphone not accepts a password, sample, or every other unlocking technique after putting in the beta software program. And since biometrics do not work if you unlock the machine for the primary time after a restart, the cellphone is actually unusable.
Samsung has already acknowledged the difficulty and withdrawn the beta software program. “As quickly as we opened the Fold 2 beta software program, we encountered an issue that was too large and we stopped urgently,” a group moderator who’s answerable for the Galaxy Z Fold software program stated in a discussion board submit (roughly translated from Korean).
The corporate says builders are working to search out the bug that brought on the difficulty. Roll out will resume as soon as they patch the bug. Nevertheless, it is unclear how the corporate plans to help the customers whose new, shiny foldable has turn out to be unusable due to a buggy beta software program. The official Beta Operation Supervisor has but to touch upon this matter.
Samsung pulls the Galaxy Z Fold 2 Android 11 beta as a consequence of a bug, once more
That is the second time Samsung has pulled the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 beta for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 as a consequence of a bug. Final week, the corporate indefinitely suspended the rollout after customers reported heavy battery drain on the Galaxy Word 10.
To be particular, the bug was found on the primary open beta for Word 10. Nevertheless, Samsung suspended this system for the Galaxy S10, Galaxy Z Flip, and the Galaxy Z Fold 2 as nicely. This advised that the bug affected the beta software program ready for these gadgets as nicely.
Samsung finally rolled out a repair for the Word 10 later within the week. The corporate additionally pushed the primary beta for the Galaxy Z Flip on Monday. Thus far, there have not been any complaints from the clamshell foldable customers. Nevertheless, a serious bug has now pressured Samsung to droop the primary beta software program for the Galaxy Z Fold 2. It is unclear how lengthy it should take for Samsung to repair this bug. Hopefully, the corporate will quickly re-open the beta program for the foldable.
Moreover, whether or not this discovery will have an effect on the beta rollout for the Galaxy S10 additionally stays to be seen. The 2019 Galaxy S flagship will doubtless get its first One UI 3.0 beta later this week.