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Final Galaxy Z Fold 5 Android 14 update for beta users is now available

This week has been an exciting one for Samsung fans thanks to the release of the One UI 6 update based on Android 14 for a number of eligible Galaxy smartphones (and one tablet). All of the company’s 2023 flagships have now received the update, although the update hasn’t been released everywhere yet, along with a few mid-range phones.

While the Galaxy S23’s official One UI 6 update was first released to those participating in the One UI 6 beta program, Samsung did the opposite for devices like the Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 and released the stable update for Android first. 13 users.

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But beta users no longer need to wait, as Samsung has announced the end of the beta program and has now released the final update for those currently running the test version of Android 14 and One UI 6. A similar version should come soon also for Galaxy Z Flip 5 owners.

Stable Z Fold 5 Android 14 update is a smaller download for beta users

Since this update replaces beta firmware with stable firmware, its download size is considerably smaller, around 450 MB. Samsung doesn’t say whether this particular update fixes additional bugs or makes improvements, But if you have any issues with the latest beta, we hope they will be resolved once the stable version is installed.

To grab the One UI 6 update on your Galaxy Z Fold 5, open the Settings app on the phone, select Software updateand press Download and install. You can also download the full Android 14 firmware from our archives and install it on the phone using a Windows PC. The firmware installation method works whether you are using Android 14 beta or Android 13.

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