Even for a high-end phone like the Galaxy S20 model that Samsung released back in March, technical issues will still occur. The gadget packs video recording up to the 8K resolution, 8GB of RAM, a rear camera setup of 64MP, and more.
The South-Korean giant recently released the second One UI 3.0 Android 11 beta build for Galaxy S20 phones from the USA.
Download the One UI 3.0 Beta OTA
You can wait for your phone to notify you when the update becomes available, which means that you’re opting for the OTA (over the air) method. You’ll just have to be among the Galaxy S20 owners and participate in the public beta testing phase.
The update fixes a bug that stopped users from seeing within the Gallery photos stored on the memory card. The font size in DeX can now be changed without errors to come in between, and no difficulties should occur anymore when the user is receiving MMS.
Android 11 is the natural progression from the previous Android 10, and the new operating system for phones has arrived on September 8. Google made some features from Android 11 available exclusively for the Pixel series of smartphones.
Record your screen easily with Android 11
One of the new features in Android 11 is the screen recorder functionality. As you’ve already guessed, this can video record your screen just like you can do on a computer. You can either record gameplay on your Android phone, record a video conference, and a lot more. It’s a great feature, although it won’t make everyone happy. Intimacy seems to become a lot less prevalent in recent years, which means that you must act as precautious as possible before engaging in a video or voice call.
The second beta update has the firmware version G98xU1UEU1ZTJG, and it requires only about half a gigabyte of space.