Samsung is rolling out public beta testing for its next Android skin. One UI 5 beta 4 is now rolling out as an over-the-air update to Galaxy S22 family members in the US.
This is named the ZVJ2 build, is a 1.5GB download, and brings the October 2022 security patch along with many bug fixes. That being said, there are still known issues, such as a black screen appearing on the monitor when using DeX and the phone screen being locked, near power when selecting a filter from the lock screen during wallpaper multi-pack setting. Also find Unable to open file Try opening a message and popup when you receive something through QuickShare.
Multi-user functionality was added in the first One UI 5 beta, and unfortunately removed in the fourth beta. It’s unclear if this will remain or if Samsung plans to add it again in a later build.
The fixes are related to crashes entering app folders, wallpaper changes, using the S Pen Air command, object sweeper not working, vibration not working for home gesture, and frame breaking issues when going from widget to home screen. Additionally, an issue that caused the phone to vibrate constantly, an issue with auto-activation like sleep mode has been fixed, and it should be easier to add and remove favorites in the gallery.
This update will make it to other countries in the next few hours – or days at most.