Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

Here’s how to join One UI Beta Program on your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

Samsung has recently announced the One UI Beta Program for its only two watches including Galaxy Watch 4 Classic and Galaxy Watch 4. This program will be begun in South Korea on June 2, 2022.

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To be mentioned, for the first time Samsung is going to start a beta program for its watches, which is currently only for smartphones. The program aims to test any new feature before it becomes publicly available.

Currently, this beta program will be limited to South Korea but in other countries like India, China, Europe, and the US, it can start soon. Just like the beta update allows users to enjoy new features before its official release, at the same time, it also brings some bugs.

How to join the One UI Beta Program on Galaxy Watch 4?

Alike smartphones, you will be able to join the One UI beta program for Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. To join the beta program, you will have to follow a few simple steps mentioned below.

  • Firstly, open the Samsung Members app on the smartphone that is paired with your Galaxy Watch
  • Then, tap on the One UI Watch Beta program banner
  • Fill out an Email ID, it should be registered with your Samsung Account.
  • Accept consent and it is done.
  • Now, you can manually check and install the new update to join the beta program.

Did you also not received Samsung One UI Watch 4.5 Beta? Here’s the reason 

As the Samsung One UI Watch beta is live and several Galaxy Watch 4 consumers filed the application for One UI Watch Beta participation. But Samsung has not rolled out the One UI Watch 4.5 Beta to all of them due to faulty information as well as an unconfirmed Beta joining application.

However, users are even restricted to download the new Watch Plugin app and Samsung Health Beta applications, as confirmed by the Korean community’s Beta Operations Manager. However, Samsung is rechecking the information filed by consumers and is committed to processing it sequentially.