Another One UI Watch 4.5 beta update is now available for Samsung’s Galaxy Watch 4 series. The updated software package for the devices is currently in its fourth beta build. It includes fixes for various problems found in earlier beta releases. Additionally, there are some stability advancements in tow.
The new update, which has build number ZVG3, resolves the problem with the permission pop-up that forced users to close it anytime they attempted to add their current location to Weather Tile. Additionally, the Bluetooth configuration and Galaxy Wearable app connection mismatch issue has been resolved. Samsung has made additional fixes to the Stopwatch’s time-shaking issue. The Samsung Health ANR (Application Not Responding) error during activities has also vanished. The System UI crash issue has also been resolved.
In terms of enhancements, the changelog refers to the sleep mode feature and a more reliable operation of watch faces. Additionally, there should be some stability upgrades for the Messages app. The most recent update also includes longer battery life.
Advertisement SAMSUNG PUBLISHES NEW GALAXY WATCH 4 ONE UI WATCH 4.5 BETA UPDATE Early last month, Samsung launched the One UI Watch 4.5 beta program for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. The fourth beta version is currently being delivered to users who enrolled their smartwatch in the program. As usual, to obtain the update, your connected smartphone must have the Galaxy Watch 4 plugin’s most recent version (18.104.22.16871211). If you don’t receive the OTA (over the air) update, you may manually check for it by opening the Galaxy Wearable app’s Galaxy Watch 4 plugin, going to Settings, and selecting “Watch software update” before downloading and installing it.
It’s still not too late to get the stable One UI Watch 4.5 upgrade. The new software package for the Galaxy Watch 4 series will debut in Q3 2022, according to a recent announcement by Samsung. Since the third quarter of the year has already begun, the deployment might start at any moment. The current beta release may be the final one.
This upgrade for Samsung’s smartwatches, which is based on Wear OS 3.5, adds a full QWERTY keyboard, dual-SIM support, additional interchangeable watch faces, new accessibility capabilities, adjustable left/right audio balance, and many other new functions and enhancements. It will offer a more comprehensive watch experience, according to the business. When One UI Watch 4.5 begins to roll out to the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, we’ll let you know.