Samsung Galaxy A34’s Android 14 (One UI 6.0) stable update expands to Asia

Last week, Galaxy A34 users in Europe started getting the stable Android 14 update. Now, the update is expanding to Asia, starting with the Philippines. The rollout of the stable Android 14 update originally started with beta testers who were testing the One UI 6.0 beta update on their Galaxy A34 in the UK.

Galaxy A34 5G gets stable Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update in Asia

The stable Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy A34 5G is now available in the Philippines. The update comes with firmware version A346EXXU4BWK2 and includes the November 2023 security patch. It is a major software update that brings several new features, design changes, and performance improvements, so make sure that you download the update via a Wi-Fi network. The update should be available shortly in more countries worldwide.

If you have a Galaxy A34 5G in the Philippines, you can now check for the Android 14 update. You can do that by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install. You can also download the new firmware file from our firmware database and flash it manually. You need a PC running Windows OS and the Odin tool.

One UI 6.0 features

One UI 6.0 brings several new features, including a new Quick Panel layout, a simplified camera app, a new design for emojis, a new media player widget in the notifications area, and slightly tweaked notifications. The built-in image editor has received better controls, while the built-in video editor has more editing options and the option to save drafts. You can see other features in the video below.

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Samsung Galaxy A34 is getting stable Android 14 update more widely

The Galaxy A34 5G started getting the stable Android 14 update earlier today. The new software was available only to beta testers in the UK, but the update is rolling out more widely, and it seems to be available for everyone rather than just those who were testing One UI 6.0 beta on their phones.

Galaxy A34 gets Android 14 update in European countries

The stable Android 14 update for the Galaxy A34 5G is now available in Europe. It is currently rolling out in Austria, Croatia, France, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, and the UK. The new software comes with firmware version A346BXXU4BWK2 and includes the November 2023 security patch. It is a major update, and we recommend that you back up all your important data before installing the update.

If you have a Galaxy A34 and live in Europe, especially in the countries mentioned above, you can check for the Android 14 update by navigating to Settings » Software update and tapping Download and install. You can also download the new firmware file from our firmware database and flash it manually if you have a Windows PC and the Odin tool. We expect more regions and countries to get the update in the next few days.

One UI 6.0 features

One UI 6.0 brings several new features and design changes. It introduces a completely new Quick Panel design, a media player widget with waveform animation, new emoji designs, a new font, and a tweaked notifications design. The camera app has also received a redesign to make things simpler to access. All stock apps, including Gallery and its built-in image and video editors, have received new features as well.

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Samsung’s working on stable One UI 6.0 firmware for Galaxy Z Fold 3

Last month, the Samsung Community moderator in charge of Galaxy Z Flip and Z Fold software said the firmware development team aims to start distributing beta firmware for the Z Fold/Flip 3 and Z Fold/Flip 4 in October. Although the third-generation foldable phones have yet to show signs of joining the One UI 6.0 beta program, we have now found evidence that Samsung is developing the stable One UI 6.0 update for at least one of these devices.

We came across new firmware on Samsung’s servers, affirming that the company is testing One UI 6.0 for the Galaxy Z Fold 3. This unreleased update carries firmware version F926BXXU5GWJ3, and this string of letters and numbers pretty much confirms this isn’t a beta update but one that, in theory, is aimed at the stable channel.

Whether the GWJ3 update will be the first public One UI 6.0 build for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 is debatable, but the takeaway is that Samsung is already working on a stable One UI 6.0 release for the Fold 3. And that’s despite the fact that we have yet to see evidence of a beta build in develoment.

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One UI 6.0 will be a big leap for the Galaxy Z Fold 3

Samsung’s new One UI 6.0 update is full of new features and revamped UI elements. If the update aimed at the Galaxy Z Fold 3 won’t miss out on any features, it will breathe new life into Samsung’s aging foldable phone.

One UI 6.0 comes with UI changes, big and small, from a new typeface called One UI Sans to redesigns across the quick toggle area, apps, and widgets. Multi-tasking, which is the name of the game for a Galaxy Z Fold device, is improved by One

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Google releases Android 14 Beta 5.3 as the stable version of Android 14 is further delayed

Since this is called a “patch” by Google, the focus is on bug fixes and there are quite a few:
  • Fixed an issue where apps crashed in some cases after a CallStyle notification was posted.
  • Fixed various issues that could cause call or carrier service interruptions.
  • Fixed an issue where the system was using an inefficient path when placing CPU restrictions on apps running in the background.
  • Fixed issues with SurfaceFlinger that were causing a loss in system performance.
  • Fixed an issue on Pixel Fold and Pixel Tablet devices where the taskbar sometimes turned invisible while interacting with it.
  • Fixed an issue on Pixel Fold and Pixel Tablet devices where the animation on animated wallpapers stuttered when launching apps.
  • Fixed an issue on Pixel Fold devices where the interface layout was misaligned while customizing the Home screen.
  • Fixed an issue on Pixel Fold devices where the clock on the lock screen was flickering while animating.
  • Fixed various issues that were impacting system stability and performance.
To install the update on your Pixel device, go to Settings > System > System update and follow the directions. The size of the update for my Pixel 6 Pro is 21.34MB.

Will this be the final Beta update? Will the next Android 14 update be the eagerly awaited stable version of Android 14? We are already delayed as most expected the final update to be released in August. But certainly, this has to be-just has to be-the last Android 14 Beta update. At this point, we’d simply say that the stable version of Android 14 could arrive at any time.

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Android Beta Plan requires opt out to get 13 QPR2 stable

We’re even now ready for the stable launch of Android 13 QPR2, but ahead of that, Google presented an update currently on how to leave the Beta System without having needing to wipe your gadget. The enterprise right now also shared that the Android 13 QPR3 Beta is setting up future 7 days.

How to get stable QPR2 March update

Google is notably “changing [its] beta launch process” from preceding cycles. To get the stable general public launch of Android 13 QPR2 (which has but to be announced and was expected this Monday), individuals at the moment enrolled need to go away the Beta Method by manually opting out on

(Formerly, you’d be on the remaining beta, get the steady OTA, and then be in a position to choose out devoid of a data wipe. Google has now made a decision to not roll out the stable OTA update to all users.)

Nonetheless, to stay clear of a device wipe, you require to “ignore/really don’t use the downgrade OTA update, and hold out for the closing community steady launch of the March Element Fall (QPR2) releasing this month.” Ignore any update notification and really don’t go to Configurations Procedure Process update till the March update is out there for you.

Opting out will not trigger a data wipe as prolonged as you really don’t implement the downgrade OTA.

In the meantime, individuals that acquire the Android 13 QPR3 Beta 1 update prompt subsequent 7 days — and missed Google’s Friday announcement — can nevertheless steer clear of wiping their cellular phone by opting out of the Beta Plan and not installing any update that is not the secure QPR2 launch, which will inevitably show up.

Android 13 QPR3

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The Nothing phone (1) gets a new Nothing OS update before stable Android 13 arrives

What you need to know

  • The Nothing phone (1) starts picking up a new Nothing OS firmware update.
  • With the Nothing OS 1.1.8 update, Nothing’s first Android phone could be on the verge of a stable Android 13 release.
  • The update also includes the Nothing X app, which replaces the previous Ear (1) app.

While Nothing is putting the finishing touches on the Nothing OS 1.5.0 based on Android 13, the company has rolled out version 1.1.8 of its Android skin for the Nothing phone (1). The update is based on Android 12, and it could be one of the device’s final updates based on the legacy Android version.

As spotted by XDA Developers (opens in new tab), Nothing OS 1.1.8 is now making its way to the firm’s contender for the best cheap Android phones. The standout improvement is the inclusion of the Nothing X app, which replaces the Ear (1) app. Nothing released the legacy app in September of last year as part of an update that introduced a bevy of camera improvements to the phone (1).

Nothing X offers a new way to customize your listening experience by allowing you to switch between noise cancellation modes, change gesture controls, adjust the equalizer, and view the battery’s remaining juice. The update also introduces the new January 2023 security patch.

If you’ve been following Nothing-related news, you’ll know that some of these updates arrived a few days ago as part of the second Android 13 beta for the phone (1). In addition to the Nothing X app, the device also picked up a new glyph ringtone, more wallpapers, improved animations, and more.

The full Nothing OS 1.1.8 changelog mentions bug fixes, as is typical with such updates, but does not specify which issues were addressed.

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