Samsung One UI Update to Give More Customisation for Topics, Galaxy S9 Gets Hotfix Beta Update to Repair Reception Issues

Samsung One UI Update to Offer More Customisation for Themes, Galaxy S9 Gets Hotfix Beta Update to Fix Reception Issues

Samsung rolled out Android Pie-based One UI beta for Indian users Only a few days ago, and released a new beta Upgrade in other parts of the world as well for Samsung Galaxy S9$48,785 and Galaxy S9+ users.
After the beta launch, the company is currently rolling out yet another hotfix update for fixing bugs that creeped in with the update. What’s more, Samsung is also bringing more customisations of themes with the One UI/Android Pie upgrade. The new Theme Editor will now allow users to alter the method by which the telling cards look; based on the subject you apply.
Famous theme designer Lucas Kendi states (via SamMobile) that One UI allows for more motif customisation than previously. Themes employed to Samsung phones after upgrading to One UI can be edited into the user’s preference. The Theme Editor allows for customisation of telling cards as well, something that wasn’t possible before. While the theme changed on the entire telephone, the notification cards that appear in the notification color and the lock display remain the identical white in color. But, that is set to change with the newest One UI upgrade. Kendi even shared a screenshot which can be seen above.

The 1 UI is forecast to offer free themes for just 14 days after it’s applied, after which they will be automatically eliminated. Samsung’s push for paying for paid themes also brings more functionality with it.

Samsung has promised Android Pie for compatible phones in January 2019, and has started beta testing the upgrade on Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+$51,880 devices. In fact, the next beta version has been rolled out only a couple of days back, and now the company is rolling out a quick hotfix update to fix all of the bugs. SamMobile reports that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ confronted a issue with visibility of particular functions in the nighttime mode, and reception configurations as well, after the latest beta update. To solve these issues, the company has launched a hotfix update for Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ users in South Korea.

The report states the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ owners in the beta program would get firmware version G960NXXU2ZRLA and G965NXXU2ZRLA respectively after the hotfix is used. With South Korea now getting the hotfix upgrade, other beta markets should also get it shortly. Make sure that you backup your device before installing the update.


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