Samsung One UI has fundamentally changed how the Samsung OS feels and work. It is a new AI that builds on top of Android 9 and offers a unique UI experience. It provides dark mode, revamped UI and the ability to perform faster.
If you are impatient and want to use the One UI, then you can install the One UI Beta on Galaxy devices such as Galaxy Note 9, S9 and S9 Plus
How To Install One Ui Beta On Galaxy Note 9, S9 And S9 Plus
Installing the One UI Beta on the 2018’s Samsung Galaxy flagship phones is easy. If you are one of the lucky ones who has been enrolled in the limited slot beta program, you can download it directly to your phone by using the Samsung+ app. You can download the app from the app store and get started.
Beta Registration Program
If you haven’t registered your device, you can do so by following the steps below:
Step 1: Login into your Samsung account.
Step 2: Go into the Notices page. There you will get a slide out menu.
Step 3: Select the One UI Beta Program Registration.
Step 4: Register your device.
Step 5: Once successful, you can now download the updates by going to Settings-Software download. Now, tap on “Download Updates Manually.”
Step 6: Wait for the download to complete. Once downloaded, install the update and you are good to go!
Installing via SD card
You can install One UI from the SD card. To do so, you need to download the device’s beta files and store them on the SD card.
- Turn off your device
- Press three buttons at the same time: volume up, power button and Bixby together.
- The device will now boot into the recovery mode.
- A recovery screen will flash on the screen,
- Now go to “Apply update from SD card” by using volume buttons for navigation
- Once you reach the file, select it, and start your installation process.
- Wait for the process to complete
- Boot into the device.
Manually Installing One UI Beta Using ADB
If you do not have access to a microSD card, then you can also install One UI using ABD. First, you need to install ABD. Once done, download the ROM for your phone. Now, follow the steps to install One UI to your phone.
- Connect the phone to PC using a USB cable
- Open the Fastboot folder
- Open a new Powershell by right-clicking on the empty space and clicking on “Open PowerShell windows here.”
- In the PowerShell, run the command, abd devices
- Now, put the downloaded files into the same folder
- Once done execute the file by running the command adb sideload update.zip
- This will start the One UI beta installation on your device.
Pros & Cons of Using Android Devices
While Android is the most widespread mobile operating system in the world, with predictions of becoming the dominant OS in general, that doesn’t mean that it is superior to its counterparts in every way, especially when we consider the iOS.
Depending on your phone, your proficiency, and your needs, you may want to opt for a different operating system or learn how to make the most out of the Android version on your smartphone.
If you want to learn how to make your own apps, or to find out how most current Android apps work, you might want to take out Android Programming for Beginners that provides a nice, gentle learning curve for all that want to learn.