How to sideload One UI 3.0 Beta – Android 11 – on any Samsung Galaxy device

How to sideload One UI 3.0 Beta – Android 11 – on any Samsung Galaxy device

How to sideload One UI 3.0 Beta – Android 11 – on any Samsung Galaxy device

Samsung just released the new One UI update- beta. I have the SIM cards of every country in the world. Samsung releases once a year beta software updates but those little shi- release it only in selected regions and the beta programme gets full. Well, I don’t blame Samsung on this one because everyone joins it and then everyone is like.

Hey, why isn’t my phone working? Oh? You have to report it to Samsung? Why is not working? I have to post this on Facebook, Instagram, everywhere but not on Samsung Members! So before I make you even more angry- let’s get into the artical. So here we are.

What you need is: your laptop your phone, the cable of your phone. A mouse? Okay a mouse… and a parent or guardian watching over you. So… So, first things first, I’m assuming you have already installed adb (android debugging tool) and enabled it in your device. If you haven’t, please click the card that is showing up right now and check out how to do that.

Now what I’m doing is connect my phone to the pc. And now, what you need to do is on Google you have to find the update, of course. the Galaxy S10 and Note10 are the ones on beta, so- “Galaxy S10 beta XDA” You see? It showed up first thing. In this case -let’s- I’m taking for reference the S10 EXYNOS.

So the reason why I’m tell you this method first- is because the SD card method, the other one, has problems a lot of times- and even here it says it has a problem. So download the right update file. Now I will explain you what this means. If you already know you can skip this part. So this is the build number.

Where you can find it is in your phone. So on your phone, you go to Settings. All right, here we are. “About phone” “Software information” And there- build number. As you can see the four last digits or letters are your build number. If you- if your phone has this build you can install the first beta in this case. If your phone has another build you cannot install this- update, this beta.

Even for beta 2 you must have this build, so check this first. You have- you must download it at the adb- directory where you have installed it. In my case it’s here… as I tell you in the previous artical. You save it here. So go to the directory and- “platform-tools”. Here it is. This is the file. What you need to do is go to “View” up here and enable “File name extensions”.

You can disable that later but you must enable that. Now, the update file, you have to right click and click “Rename”. Select the whole name, even including the extension, and type “”. ENTER, on your keyboard. And click “Yes”. Don’t worry. Now I can just disable the file name extensions. This is the update file that we need.

What you need to do next is- open Windows Terminal, Command Prompt or PowerShell, whichever you feel comfortable with. In this case I’m going to use Terminal. Right click, “Run as administrator”. So in the terminal what you type is: “adb reboot recovery” This will boot you to Recovery Mode. So as I click ENTER- So here we are.

What you need to do is navigate using the volume buttons, which are here- I’m sorry if I’m in front of it. Go to “Apply update from ADB” and click the power button to select. It will just show this. So sometimes it may disconnect even maybe I may put a command and it will say “No device is connected”. What you need to do is just remove and put back the USB.

If that happens to you don’t worry, even though the device is off you can do that. Now back to desktop. What you do is type: “adb sideload update- (the filename)” and then you click ENTER. In my case I’m not going to do that because this is not an S10 device, of course, but I will show you how it will look like: It will show you the progress on Terminal and at the same time it will show you the progress here at the phone.

It will be something like this: So after finishing, the phone will just reboot back and you will be on the newest beta update. Congratulations! I hope you didn’t break your phone or do something wrong but don’t worry. So that’s all. Well, that was interesting. I hope that helped you. How to sideload One UI 3.0 Beta – Android 11 – on any Samsung Galaxy device

How to boot into Recovery Mode on Android 11 – NEW Method for Samsung

welcome to another artical- where I will tell you how to go to recovery mode on your Galaxy S20/Note20 devices running Android 11. So what Samsung did with the Android 11 update are some cool stuff like this: But they also made some stuff harder- for “advanced users”.

So the recovery mode: method one- has changed. So this will be a short artical. So I can’t s- do the 10-minute stretch- unfortutatetely… (struggling to spell it :c) So enough talking- Well, here we are! Now- first thing we have to do is- Turn off your device, of course. I’m running Android 11. So the old method won’t work. Now… the device is off. all the buttons are on the same side.

You have the volume down, volume up, of course, and the power button. What you need to do is: Take the USB that is connected to your PC, or just use the USB-C earphones that came with your box.

What you need to do is: 1. Insert it. and then, 2. You go Volume Up + Power Button (at the same time). Insert it. And here we are! As you can see here- What you can do then with the volume buttons you can go up and down. And select with the power button. It’s that easy.

You just need to connect something before doing the command. Let’s go to the other camera! Well, that was interesting. So I hope you enjoyed this artical- and I hope it was helpful to you.

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