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Samsung Galaxy One UI 5.0 update tracker: Download links and release dates


One UI 5 APK: How to Download and Install Samsung's Latest Android 13 Update




Are you a Samsung user who wants to experience the latest features and improvements of Android 13 on your device? If yes, then you might be interested in trying out the One UI 5 update, which is Samsung's custom skin based on Android 13. In this article, we will tell you everything you need to know about One UI 5, including how to check if your device is eligible for the beta program, how to enroll in it, how to download and install the update manually, and how to downgrade if you face any issues. So, without further ado, let's get started.


What is One UI 5 and why you should try it




One UI 5 is the fifth iteration of Samsung's custom user interface for its Galaxy devices. It is based on Android 13, which is the latest version of Google's mobile operating system. One UI 5 brings a range of new customization, security, and accessibility features that enhance the user experience and performance of Samsung devices. Some of the highlights of One UI 5 are:




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  • A redesigned notification panel with quick settings tiles that can be rearranged and customized.



  • A new privacy dashboard that shows you how apps access your data and lets you control your permissions.



  • A new device control menu that lets you access smart home devices and media controls from anywhere.



  • A new dynamic theming feature that changes the color scheme of your device based on your wallpaper.



  • A new one-handed mode that makes it easier to use your device with one hand.



  • A new camera app with improved modes, filters, and features.



  • A new gallery app with enhanced editing tools and AI-powered suggestions.



  • A new internet app with improved tab management and privacy protection.



  • A new keyboard app with more languages, emojis, stickers, and themes.



  • A new game launcher app with more options and features for gaming enthusiasts.



These are just some of the many features and improvements that One UI 5 brings over One UI 4. If you want to experience them yourself, you will need a compatible device that can run One UI 5. Currently, Samsung has released or will release One UI 5 update for the following devices:


DeviceStatus Galaxy S22 seriesStable update released


Galaxy S21 seriesBeta program available


Galaxy Z Fold 4Beta program available


Galaxy Z Fold 3Beta program available


Galaxy Z Fold 2Beta program available


Galaxy Z Flip 4Beta program available


Galaxy Z Flip 3Beta program available


Galaxy Z Flip/Z Flip 5GBeta program available


Galaxy S20 seriesBeta program available


Galaxy Note 20 seriesBeta program available


Galaxy A52 seriesBeta program available


How to check if your device is eligible for One UI 5 beta program




If you have one of the devices listed above, you might be wondering how to check if your device is eligible for the One UI 5 beta program. The eligibility depends on the region and the carrier of your device, as not all countries and carriers support the beta program. To check if your device is eligible, you can follow these steps:


  • Open the Samsung Members app on your device. If you don't have it, you can download it from the Galaxy Store or the Google Play Store.



Log in with your Samsung account. If you don't have one, you can create one at [6](


  • Look for the banner or notice that says "Registration for One UI Beta Program" on the home screen or the notices page of the app.



  • If you see the banner or notice, tap on it and follow the instructions to register for the beta program.



  • If you don't see the banner or notice, it means that your device is not eligible for the beta program in your region or carrier.



  • You can also check Samsung's official website [2]( for more information about the beta program and the supported regions and devices.



How to enroll in One UI 5 beta program using Samsung Members app




If you have confirmed that your device is eligible for the One UI 5 beta program, you can enroll in it using the Samsung Members app. Here is how to do it:


  • Open the Samsung Members app on your device and log in with your Samsung account.



  • Tap on the banner or notice that says "Registration for One UI Beta Program" on the home screen or the notices page of the app.



  • Read and agree to the terms and conditions of the beta program and tap on "Enroll".



  • You will see a confirmation message that says "You're all set!" and a notification that says "One UI Beta Program: Registration complete". This means that you have successfully enrolled in the beta program.



  • You can now check for the beta update on your device by going to Settings > Software update > Download and install.



  • If you don't see the beta update right away, don't worry. It might take some time for the update to reach your device. You can try checking again later or restarting your device.



  • If you face any issues while enrolling in the beta program, you can contact Samsung's customer support or post your query on the beta community forum in the Samsung Members app.



How to download and install One UI 5 beta update manually using Odin




If you don't want to wait for the beta update to arrive on your device via OTA (over-the-air), you can also download and install it manually using a tool called Odin. Odin is a Windows-based software that allows you to flash firmware files on your Samsung device. However, this method is not recommended for beginners or inexperienced users, as it involves some risks and complications. You should only use this method if you know what you are doing and are willing to take full responsibility for any consequences. Here are some warnings and precautions before you proceed:


  • This method will erase all your data on your device, so make sure to back up everything important before you start.



  • This method will void your warranty and may trigger Knox security, which means you won't be able to This method may not work for all devices or regions, so make sure to download the correct firmware file for your device model and region.



  • This method may cause some bugs or issues on your device, as the beta update is not fully stable or tested.



  • This method may prevent you from receiving future OTA updates, so you may have to flash the stable update manually when it is released.



If you are still willing to try this method, here are the steps you need to follow:


Download and install the latest version of Odin tool from [5](


  • Download the One UI 5 beta firmware file for your device model and region from [4]( Make sure to download the file that has "B" in its name, which indicates that it is a beta firmware.



  • Extract the firmware file using a tool like 7-Zip or WinRAR. You should get four files with the extensions .BL, .AP, .CP, and .CSC.



  • Turn off your device and boot it into download mode by pressing and holding the Volume Down and Power buttons simultaneously. You should see a warning screen that says "Downloading... Do not turn off target".



  • Connect your device to your PC using a USB cable. You should see a blue light on the Odin tool, indicating that your device is recognized.



  • Click on the BL button on the Odin tool and select the file that has .BL in its name. Do the same for the AP, CP, and CSC buttons and select the corresponding files.



  • Make sure that only "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time" options are checked on the Odin tool. Do not check any other options or change any settings.



  • Click on the Start button on the Odin tool and wait for the flashing process to complete. You should see a green light and a message that says "PASS" on the Odin tool, indicating that the flashing was successful.



  • Your device will reboot automatically and boot into One UI 5 beta update. You may have to wait for a few minutes for the first boot.



  • Congratulations, you have successfully installed One UI 5 beta update manually using Odin. You can now enjoy the new features and improvements of One UI 5 on your device.



How to downgrade from One UI 5 beta to stable One UI 4




If you are not satisfied with One UI 5 beta update or face any issues or bugs on your device, you can always downgrade back to stable One UI 4 firmware using Odin tool. However, this method will also erase all your data on your device, so make sure to back up everything important before you start. Here are the steps you need to follow:


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