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Ever since the arrival of Android 10, Samsung geared up for the roll-out of it’s latest One UI 2.0 beta updates for its devices. And if you are the owner of Galaxy S10 5G then this piece of news might excite you as a fifth One UI 2.0 beta is up for grabs in Korea.

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Previously, we have also reported that Samsung rolled out the sixth beta (ZSKJ) of One UI 2.0 for the Galaxy S10 lineup that brought in some major fixes for the device.

Moreover, this is the last One UI 2.0 (Android 10) beta update for the Galaxy S10 5G, as Samsung has also announced that the beta recruitments are now closed. Similarly, a few days back Samsung announced that they are closing beta recruitment for the entire Galaxy S10 lineup (includes S10, S10e, S10+) and Note 10 as well.


Talking about the fifth One UI 2.0 beta update received in Korea, it arrives with the version number ZSKJ and will be pushed via OTA for the Galaxy S10 5G.

Below is the official announcement (translated from Korean) and a screenshot of the same:

One UI Beta Program Operations Team.

Thank you for participating in the One UI beta program, and we are pleased to announce the 5th beta software update that reflects your valuable feedback.
Please update to the 5th beta software version for usability and stability.


Notably, this new update brings in some fixes for issues like black screen while using fingerprint unlock, date and animation issue on AOD, camera zoom, and icon issues, etc.

Check out the official changelog (translated from Korean) for this new update:

Bug Fixes
– The bar remains on the screen after volume adjustment.
– Automatic reboot when using Bluetooth tethering.
– Noise occurs when using Galaxy Buzz.
– The device care widget becomes smaller and intermittent. as transparency is not applied
– Showed pictures in Quick View but deleted pictures after the camera shooting gallery, gallery, which is rotated phenomenon
– “Call letters from other devices in progress” display does not disappear from Quick panel
– AOD photo mode clock spaces Wide
– Truncation at the bottom of the status bar

In fact, Samsung has also announced the closing of its beta recruitment for the Galaxy S10 5G. Below is the official announcement (translated from Korean) made by “Beta Operations Manager” in the Korean community platform.

Hello, I’m in charge of beta operations.

Beta recruitment for S10 5G will close at midnight today (11/21).
If you haven’t already, don’t miss it.
Please check the precautions before signing up.
Thank you.


With the ending of the beta recruitments, Samsung will now probably head towards the rollout for the stable Android 10 based One UI 2.0 update for its compatible devices.

Though there is no official roadmap or timeline for Android 10 released by Samsung, we will keep you in the loop once we have more information in this regard.

Note: You can check out our dedicated Samsung Section to know more about such similar stories and the latest happenings around Samsung devices.

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