Samsung started rolling out the One UI 6.0 Beta program based on Android 14 last week with the first three countries being Germany, the US, and South Korea. It's no surprise that the first update had many issues that needed to be fixed. So, the Korean company recently released a second update to fix important bugs.

The second One UI 6.0 Beta update is rolling out today in South Korea. It may soon be available in Germany and the US as well as other countries on the list of participating countries. In the new update, Samsung has fixed a serious bug that appeared in the first Beta version that caused the device to overheat.

With the name ending in ZWH8, the new One UI 6.0 Beta also fixes mobile network accessibility issues in some areas, mainly the Galaxy S23 series provided by Korean carrier KT. Country.

It should be noted, this is the fix of the first Beta update. It is expected that Samsung will release One UI 6.0 Beta 2 later this week or next week with more changes. It may also roll out in China, India, Poland, and the UK as the first Beta update. If you are in one of these countries and would like to participate in the One UI 6.0 Beta test, check out the promotional banner in the Samsung Members app.