One UI 4: Samsung resumes update rollout on Galaxy S21, Z Flip 3 and Z Fold 3

Samsung has just resumed the deployment of the new version of its One UI 4 overlay, based on Android 12. The Korean giant had temporarily stopped the arrival of its update for the general public due to numerous bugs.

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Samsung began rolling out the One UI 4 update with Android 12 in mid-November on the Galaxy S21s, before also making it available on its two high-end foldable smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3. Nevertheless , the Korean giant quickly realized that its new update was breaking up its two folding devices. On the side of its flaships, Samsung also found that the sound problems were multiplying on its Galaxy S21 and S20 which had downloaded the new version.

Samsung had therefore decided to temporarily stop the deployment of its One UI 4 update based on Android 12 while waiting to resolve the various problems. Today, about five days later the issues appear to have been resolved thanks to a close collaboration with Google, since the deployments have finally restarted.

One UI 4 is available again for Samsung users

Now that the rollout of One UI 4 based on Android 12 has resumed, owners of Galaxy S21, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Z Fold 3 should receive it on their devices quickly. You may also have to wait a few days for it to become available.

In addition to the improvements in One UI 4, the update also includes the December 2021 security patch, as well as improvements to the stability and performance of the device. Here’s how to check if the update is already available on your phone:

  • Go to the menu Settings
  • Press on About the device
  • Select now Software update
  • If available, choose Start the update and follow the instructions provided by your S21

Make sure you have enough battery before starting the operation. As a precaution, we advise you to have at least 50% of autonomy available before installing a major update, and to make sure that your data is backed up in the event of a problem.

Source: Android Police

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