Recently we received the Android 10 Based OneUI 2.0 Beta Update for Samsung Galaxy Exynos S10,S10e and S10 Plus. And today we have got the latest OneUI 3.0 Beta Update. So what are you still waiting for? If you are a Exynos Galaxy S10e, S10, & S10 Plus user and avail some amazing features based on Android 10 along with major system improvements.
In this article, we are sharing with you all the links to Download Samsung OneUI Beta 3 based on Android 10 for Exynos Galaxy S10e, S10, & S10 Plus. Here you go –
Update Log of OneUI 3 Beta Android 10 for Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10 Plus
Here is what the update log for the Samsung OneUI 3 Beta Update based on Android 10 for Samsung galaxy Exynos S10, S10e, and S10 Plus looks like –
- Quick panel icons disappear and just a blue color is displayed in its place
- Nothing happens when trying to swipe down to open notification bar when device is in landscape
- Device switches to another app when trying to change the language by swiping on the space bar
- Time does not change in real time on AOD clock screen
- AOD fingerprint icon disappears – Dark mode is applied even if user do not select dark mode when using battery saving mode
- Tips and user manual app force closes
- The volume button does not work properly when adjusting the volume
- Device automatically changes to dark mode even though there is a lot of battery left
- When removing a previously set alarm, the icon still is present on the notification bar
- When the screen is turned off and turned on while running the app, the status bar disappears
- Force close of Galaxy Store occurs when applying new fonts
- The photos in the security folder disappeared
- Finder app has disappeared
- The apps saved in the folder have disappeared
- Glitched Home screen’s operation with gestures
- Videos are not visible in video library
- Nothing is recorded when trying to record via voice recording
- The icon is not visible in the status bar when wifi is connected
- Battery usage history’s graph in device care is reversed when charging and not charging
- Some themes are not applied in edge lighting’s setting
- Continuous flashing of screen rotation icon
- No clock on the lock screen
- ‘Data service is not supported’ error message
- Keyboard stabilization
- Camera stabilization
- Gallery stabilization
- Message stabilization
- Stabilization of recent app view
- Includes other modifications
Download Samsung OneUI Beta 3 based on Android 10 for Exynos Galaxy S10e, S10, & S10 Plus
The OneUI 3 Beta Update comes in a size of 566 MB. It comes with major system improvements as mentioned above. This update will be rolled out to regions of Europe, Asia, North America (United States), and South Korea. Spotted in countries like the UK, Poland, Germany, India, and so on.
Build Numbers of OneUI 3 Beta –
- Galaxy S10e (SM-G970F) – G970FXXU3ZSK3
- S10 (SM-G973F) – G973FXXU3ZSK3
- Galaxy S10+ (SM-G975F) – G975FXXU3ZSK3
Just note that the below update will shift your device from beta 2 Hotfix to Beta 3 on your Exynos S10 Device meaning, shifting from build ZSJL to ZSK3.
Do not forget to check out Download Stock Firmware for Samsung Galaxy S10e/S10/S10+ & update via Odin FlashTool
Downloads from Samsung Servers –
Exynos Galaxy S10 Plus Android 10 beta 3 Download G975FXXU3ZSJL to ZSK3
Exynos Galaxy S10 Android 10 beta 3 Download G973FXXU3ZZSJL to ZSK3
Exynos Galaxy S10e Android 10 beta 3 Download G970FXXU3ZSJL to ZSK3
Also, see the below as you will need –
Stay updated with us for the Samsung Snapdragon variants (USA variants) of the Galaxy S10 series which might receive the OneUI 3 Update anytime soon! Here are the expected builds of the Snapdragon variants –
- Galaxy S10 Plus (SM-G975U) – G975USQU2ZSK3
- Galaxy S10 (SM-G973U) – G973USQU2ZSK3
- Galaxy S10e (SM-G970U) – G970USQU2ZSK3
Update Samsung Galaxy S10 to Android 10 One UI 3.0
You can download the OTA Zip from above and then install it either by using Stock Recovery Method or ADB Sideload method.
- Take a note that your device is an Exynos S10 variant.
- Enable OEM Unlock, and USB Debugging from Developer Options on your device just in case. To do so, go to Settings > Developer Options > enable USB Debugging from there.
- Setup ADB and Fastboot on Windows, Mac OS, Linux or Chrome OS.
Method 1. Stock Recovery Method (OTA update zip installation)
Step 1. For this method to follow, you should have a Samsung Galaxy S10/S10 Plus running on Android 9.0 Pie. In case you are using the ASII Software version on your device then you do not have to follow this step.
Step 2. Download ASII ZSJ8 OTA update zip from above. Then Rename it as
update.zip and move this file to the PC or whichever system you are using i.e. Mac or Linux. Make sure to have a copy of this update zip on the storage of your device or SD Card.
Step 3. Now reboot the Samsung Galaxy S10 series device into Recovery Mode. For this, simply turn of your device completely and then press and hold down the Power + Volume Up + Bixby buttons altogether.
Step 4. When you have entered the stock recovery mode, make use of the volume buttons to navigate and choose – “apply update from SD card“.
Step 5. Go to the update zip file (ASII -> ZSJ8 ) in SD card and press the power button to choose it.
Step 6. The Update will now begin. It may take some while just be patient until then. Now that you have finished the step, repeat the same for the further OTA Updates like beta 2, beta 3, and more
Use the below command to reboot into Recovery Mode –
adb reboot recovery
In case you do not have an SD Card option, you can use the ADB Sideload method which has been described below.
Method 2. ADB Sideload Method
Follow the step number from 1 to 3 and then choose ‘Apply Update from adb’ in the fourth step.
Step 1. Assuming that you have followed steps 1 to 3 from the above method, we will get to the next part. Now connect your Android device to the PC and open a terminal window or command prompt on it where you have installed the OTA Zip. For this, just type cmd on the search bar and then press the Enter key.
Step 2. Navigate to Device Recovery and choose ‘Apply Updates from ADB.
Step 3. Now go to the location where you have saved the OTA Zip file on the PC. Now flash the OTA by entering the below command – Just remember to put the actual filename in-between ‘< >’, and also the exact name with it proper extension. Do not use ‘< >’ in the actual command.
adb sideload <filename>.zip
For Mac users –
“./adb sideload <filename>.zip’
For Linux –
“sudo adb sideload <filename>.zip”
Step 4. Confirm your action and be patient until the upgrade is completed.
Lastly, just reboot your device.
I hope the article was of use to you. In case of any doubts, feel free to let us know in the comment section below.
Happy Androiding 🙂