The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is a feat of engineering, and in distinction to its predecessor, it appears like higher software program help is coming. The primary Android 11 beta has launched for Galaxy Z Fold 2, however sadly it breaks the lockscreen solely.
The Android 11/One UI 3.0 beta is now out there to Galaxy Z Fold 2 house owners, however solely in Korea. It delivers a bunch of latest options and a few tweaked designs, however early adopters have found that it additionally breaks a core operate — the lockscreen. For causes unclear, the lockscreen is totally damaged on this primary beta, leaving customers with out a technique to unlock and really use their $2,000 foldable.
As noticed by TizenHelp, a Samsung moderator has confirmed that the replace has been pulled to stop anybody else from encountering this downside. A set model of the firmware will likely be rolling out quickly.
At the moment, the Android 11 beta is barely out there for the Galaxy Z Fold 2 in Korea, however it should probably increase to extra areas within the coming weeks. The Galaxy S20 collection, for instance, has the One UI 3.0 beta in the US. The Galaxy Word 20, S10, Z Flip, and different gadgets are additionally quickly to be up to date, however Samsung hasn’t confirmed a direct timeline but.
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