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How to install One UI 2.0 beta on Samsung Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+

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Samsung has officially started the One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10, S10e and S10+ smartphones that’ll be expanded to other smartphones.

Thanks to Xda member Cyber John for extracting the Update.ZIP file from the international variants of Galaxy S10, S10e, and S10+ (SM-G97xF). Also, thanks to another Xda member henklbr for sharing the build and guide to install this firmware.

Download the beta firmware according to your smartphone listed below:

Samsung Galaxy S10: Beta1 (14 Oct) ASII – ZSJ8: G973F_ASII_ZSJ8
Samsung Galaxy S10e: Beta1 (14 Oct) ASII – ZSJ8: G970F_ASII_ZSJ8
Samsung Galaxy S10+: Beta1 (14 Oct) ASII – ZSJ8: G975F_ASII_ZSJ8

Note:

After downloading the firmware file, it’s required for you to rename the file as “update.zip”.

After downloading and renaming the firmware, you can proceed with the installation process.

  1. Download SDK platform-tools from here.
  2. Extract the SDK on your desktop.
  3. Open the extracted folder and copy the update.zip (firmware).
  4. Inside the folder, press and hold the left shift + right-mouse-click and select “open command prompt here” to open it.
  5. Now, Turn off your phone.
  6. Enter recovery mode by press and holding the Power + Bixby + Volume buttons altogether for a few seconds.
  7. Select “Update via ADB” (You can scroll using volume keys and select using the power button).
  8. Connect your phone to the PC via the USB cable.
  9. In the command prompt run the following command:  ./adb devices
  10. Wait a few seconds while it searches your phone.
  11. If your device is found, run the following command: ./adb sideload update.zip
  12. The update process will start automatically, it will take some time to complete.
  13. Once the process is completed, the phone will boot itself and update the apps and direct you to the home screen.
  14. After the installation, Clear your cache by going into recovery (VoIUP – Bixby – Power).

Bugs:

  1. It has issues with ‘android.process.media’.
    To fix it, go to Settings > Apps > Show system applications in the upper-right corner.
    Select “Media Storage” > Storage > Delete Data.
    Then select “Sec Media Storage” > Storage > Clear Data.

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