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maekonexus

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May 23, 2013
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hi guys i'v a g996b exynos and i install AUIE btu csc and install sideload zuj1 he worked for me but for beta 3 i repeat this guide for beta 3?
 

FontyEma

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Nov 11, 2021
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Can I skip some beta versions?

For example... Can I directly install beta 4 on my S21 or do I need to downgrade my device with Odin to September Update, then install beta 1, then beta 2, .... (Can downgrading cause problems?)
 

BredzProh

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Apr 7, 2018
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Can I skip some beta versions?

For example... Can I directly install beta 4 on my S21 or do I need to downgrade my device with Odin to September Update, then install beta 1, then beta 2, .... (Can downgrading cause problems?)
No, you must install the betas one by one.

Downgrading is usually impossible, due to Samsung not allowing it with newer bootloader versions. You will lose your data too.
 

Denys00

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Sep 14, 2021
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Hello everyone! 



I am back with another guide!







I have put together this guide on installing One UI 4.0 (Android 12) beta on your Galaxy device. I will show you how to sideload the beta even though the beta programme may not be available in your country or may be full.







 NOTE: When you sideload the beta, you will not receive OTA updates automatically. You must install the stable One UI 4.0 when it's released (or downgrade back to One UI 3.1) via Odin.







 Links:



• Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra Exynos/Snapdragon ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...0-ultra-beta-thread-update-zip-files.4333343/







• Galaxy Z Fold3 ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/android-12-one-ui-4-0-beta-is-out.4353907/



• Galaxy Z Flip3 (SM-F711U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-flip-3-galaxy-z-fold-3.4352881/post-85871583







• Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Exynos ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-download-and-install-in-here-exynos.4333281/







• Galaxy S21 Snapdragon (SM-G991U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/s21-oneui-4-0-android-12-beta-snapdragon-ota-link.4333737/



• Galaxy S21 Ultra Snapdragon (SM-G998U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/one-ui-4-beta-snapdragon-s21-ultra.4333523/







• Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Snapdragon (SM-G9980) (Password is "beta") ➜ https://cherrydrive.cn/s/l4jiJ?&continueFlag=8996eae0c64321f7eee9c45aadff3f8c&path=/







SD Card Method:



(Note: The video is from last year, but the steps are the same nevertheless. The links have been updated!)



• How to boot to Recovery Mode







 Video guide:














 Step-by step guide:



1. Search for an update file. You can usually find one in XDA Forums.



2. Check if you have the right build and open the right link.



3. Download the update file (.bin extension).



4. Move the update file to your SD Card.



(NOTE: If you are getting errors, back up the stuff of your SD Card and format it from your Galaxy phone.)



5. Rename the .bin file (including the extension) to "update.zip". Click "Change" on the prompt.



6. Reboot to Recovery Mode, by connecting your phone to another device (such as your earphones) and holding the Volume Up + Power (+ Bixby) buttons.



7. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apply update via SD Card".



8. Navigate to and select "update.zip".



9. The update will start installing. It will be completed when the phone boots up. You may use your phone normally after.



10. Report any bugs on the Samsung Members app!










ADB Method:



• How to install ADB







 Video guide:














 Step-by step guide:



1. Download the update file from XDA Forums. Make sure to download the right build for your device.



2. Go to where you downloaded the file.



3. At File Explorer, go to View, then Show and enable "File name extensions".



4. Right click on the file and click on Rename.



5. Rename (including the file extension) the .bin file to "update.zip".



6. A warning may appear. Click on Yes.



7. Download, install ADB. Make sure to have "C:\Android\platform-tools" added to "Path" in System variables.



8. At your phone, go to Settings, About phone, Software information.



9. Tap repeatedly on the build number until Developer options are enabled.



10. Back to Settings, tap on Developer options at the bottom.



11. Scroll down and enable "USB debugging". Tap on OK.



12. Connect your phone to your PC.



13. You may enable the "Always allow from this computer" if it's your personal PC.



14. Tap on Allow.



15. Back to the PC, move the "update.zip" file to "C:\Android\platform-tools".



16. Right click on the Start Button.



17. Click on Windows Terminal (Admin) or PowerShell (Admin).



18. In the Terminal, type "adb devices" and execute it.



19. If you didn't enable "Always allow from this computer", the pop up will appear again on the phone. Tap on Allow.



20. Type "adb reboot recovery" and execute it.



21. Your phone will boot to Recovery Mode.



22. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apply update from ADB" (if you want to force exit from this screen, hold down the Volume down and Power buttons).



23. Back to the PC, type "adb sideload update.zip" and execute it.



24. The installation process will start and One UI 4.0 will be installed.



If you get an error, you may have downloaded the wrong build, or your device doesn't support the beta programme at all. If you are sure that you have downloaded the right build, try again using different cables, USB ports or PCs.



25. After the update process has finished, back to the PC, execute "adb reboot recovery" again.



26. Go to "Wipe cache partition" and select Yes.



27. Then select "Reboot system now".



28. Report any bugs to the Samsung Members app!














I hope this helps you! If you have any issues, please let me know and I will try to help you! 
Hi if i do it with sd method knox go 0x1 or not?
 

BredzProh

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Apr 7, 2018
117
113
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You right click on the link and open it in a new tab. The download process will start automactically.

It seems that it's currently down. Wait for it to be up again or you could ask at the thread you got the link from.
 

Mahmoudokealy

New member
Nov 21, 2021
1
0
Hello everyone! 



I am back with another guide!







I have put together this guide on installing One UI 4.0 (Android 12) beta on your Galaxy device. I will show you how to sideload the beta even though the beta programme may not be available in your country or may be full.







 NOTE: When you sideload the beta, you will not receive OTA updates automatically. You must install the stable One UI 4.0 when it's released (or downgrade back to One UI 3.1) via Odin.







 Links:



• Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra Exynos/Snapdragon ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...0-ultra-beta-thread-update-zip-files.4333343/







• Galaxy Z Fold3 ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/android-12-one-ui-4-0-beta-is-out.4353907/



• Galaxy Z Flip3 (SM-F711U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-flip-3-galaxy-z-fold-3.4352881/post-85871583







• Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Exynos ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-download-and-install-in-here-exynos.4333281/







• Galaxy S21 Snapdragon (SM-G991U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/s21-oneui-4-0-android-12-beta-snapdragon-ota-link.4333737/



• Galaxy S21 Ultra Snapdragon (SM-G998U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/one-ui-4-beta-snapdragon-s21-ultra.4333523/







• Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Snapdragon (SM-G9980) (Password is "beta") ➜ https://cherrydrive.cn/s/l4jiJ?&continueFlag=8996eae0c64321f7eee9c45aadff3f8c&path=/







SD Card Method:



(Note: The video is from last year, but the steps are the same nevertheless. The links have been updated!)



• How to boot to Recovery Mode







 Video guide:














 Step-by step guide:



1. Search for an update file. You can usually find one in XDA Forums.



2. Check if you have the right build and open the right link.



3. Download the update file (.bin extension).



4. Move the update file to your SD Card.



(NOTE: If you are getting errors, back up the stuff of your SD Card and format it from your Galaxy phone.)



5. Rename the .bin file (including the extension) to "update.zip". Click "Change" on the prompt.



6. Reboot to Recovery Mode, by connecting your phone to another device (such as your earphones) and holding the Volume Up + Power (+ Bixby) buttons.



7. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apply update via SD Card".



8. Navigate to and select "update.zip".



9. The update will start installing. It will be completed when the phone boots up. You may use your phone normally after.



10. Report any bugs on the Samsung Members app!










ADB Method:



• How to install ADB







 Video guide:














 Step-by step guide:



1. Download the update file from XDA Forums. Make sure to download the right build for your device.



2. Go to where you downloaded the file.



3. At File Explorer, go to View, then Show and enable "File name extensions".



4. Right click on the file and click on Rename.



5. Rename (including the file extension) the .bin file to "update.zip".



6. A warning may appear. Click on Yes.



7. Download, install ADB. Make sure to have "C:\Android\platform-tools" added to "Path" in System variables.



8. At your phone, go to Settings, About phone, Software information.



9. Tap repeatedly on the build number until Developer options are enabled.



10. Back to Settings, tap on Developer options at the bottom.



11. Scroll down and enable "USB debugging". Tap on OK.



12. Connect your phone to your PC.



13. You may enable the "Always allow from this computer" if it's your personal PC.



14. Tap on Allow.



15. Back to the PC, move the "update.zip" file to "C:\Android\platform-tools".



16. Right click on the Start Button.



17. Click on Windows Terminal (Admin) or PowerShell (Admin).



18. In the Terminal, type "adb devices" and execute it.



19. If you didn't enable "Always allow from this computer", the pop up will appear again on the phone. Tap on Allow.



20. Type "adb reboot recovery" and execute it.



21. Your phone will boot to Recovery Mode.



22. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apply update from ADB" (if you want to force exit from this screen, hold down the Volume down and Power buttons).



23. Back to the PC, type "adb sideload update.zip" and execute it.



24. The installation process will start and One UI 4.0 will be installed.



If you get an error, you may have downloaded the wrong build, or your device doesn't support the beta programme at all. If you are sure that you have downloaded the right build, try again using different cables, USB ports or PCs.



25. After the update process has finished, back to the PC, execute "adb reboot recovery" again.



26. Go to "Wipe cache partition" and select Yes.



27. Then select "Reboot system now".



28. Report any bugs to the Samsung Members app!














I hope this helps you! If you have any issues, please let me know and I will try to help you! 
Hello
Hello everyone! 



I am back with another guide!







I have put together this guide on installing One UI 4.0 (Android 12) beta on your Galaxy device. I will show you how to sideload the beta even though the beta programme may not be available in your country or may be full.







 NOTE: When you sideload the beta, you will not receive OTA updates automatically. You must install the stable One UI 4.0 when it's released (or downgrade back to One UI 3.1) via Odin.







 Links:



• Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra Exynos/Snapdragon ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...0-ultra-beta-thread-update-zip-files.4333343/







• Galaxy Z Fold3 ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/android-12-one-ui-4-0-beta-is-out.4353907/



• Galaxy Z Flip3 (SM-F711U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-flip-3-galaxy-z-fold-3.4352881/post-85871583







• Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Exynos ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-download-and-install-in-here-exynos.4333281/







• Galaxy S21 Snapdragon (SM-G991U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/s21-oneui-4-0-android-12-beta-snapdragon-ota-link.4333737/



• Galaxy S21 Ultra Snapdragon (SM-G998U/U1) ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/one-ui-4-beta-snapdragon-s21-ultra.4333523/







• Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Snapdragon (SM-G9980) (Password is "beta") ➜ https://cherrydrive.cn/s/l4jiJ?&continueFlag=8996eae0c64321f7eee9c45aadff3f8c&path=/







SD Card Method:



(Note: The video is from last year, but the steps are the same nevertheless. The links have been updated!)



• How to boot to Recovery Mode







 Video guide:














 Step-by step guide:



1. Search for an update file. You can usually find one in XDA Forums.



2. Check if you have the right build and open the right link.



3. Download the update file (.bin extension).



4. Move the update file to your SD Card.



(NOTE: If you are getting errors, back up the stuff of your SD Card and format it from your Galaxy phone.)



5. Rename the .bin file (including the extension) to "update.zip". Click "Change" on the prompt.



6. Reboot to Recovery Mode, by connecting your phone to another device (such as your earphones) and holding the Volume Up + Power (+ Bixby) buttons.



7. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apply update via SD Card".



8. Navigate to and select "update.zip".



9. The update will start installing. It will be completed when the phone boots up. You may use your phone normally after.



10. Report any bugs on the Samsung Members app!










ADB Method:



• How to install ADB







 Video guide:














 Step-by step guide:



1. Download the update file from XDA Forums. Make sure to download the right build for your device.



2. Go to where you downloaded the file.



3. At File Explorer, go to View, then Show and enable "File name extensions".



4. Right click on the file and click on Rename.



5. Rename (including the file extension) the .bin file to "update.zip".



6. A warning may appear. Click on Yes.



7. Download, install ADB. Make sure to have "C:\Android\platform-tools" added to "Path" in System variables.



8. At your phone, go to Settings, About phone, Software information.



9. Tap repeatedly on the build number until Developer options are enabled.



10. Back to Settings, tap on Developer options at the bottom.



11. Scroll down and enable "USB debugging". Tap on OK.



12. Connect your phone to your PC.



13. You may enable the "Always allow from this computer" if it's your personal PC.



14. Tap on Allow.



15. Back to the PC, move the "update.zip" file to "C:\Android\platform-tools".



16. Right click on the Start Button.



17. Click on Windows Terminal (Admin) or PowerShell (Admin).



18. In the Terminal, type "adb devices" and execute it.



19. If you didn't enable "Always allow from this computer", the pop up will appear again on the phone. Tap on Allow.



20. Type "adb reboot recovery" and execute it.



21. Your phone will boot to Recovery Mode.



22. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apply update from ADB" (if you want to force exit from this screen, hold down the Volume down and Power buttons).



23. Back to the PC, type "adb sideload update.zip" and execute it.



24. The installation process will start and One UI 4.0 will be installed.



If you get an error, you may have downloaded the wrong build, or your device doesn't support the beta programme at all. If you are sure that you have downloaded the right build, try again using different cables, USB ports or PCs.



25. After the update process has finished, back to the PC, execute "adb reboot recovery" again.



26. Go to "Wipe cache partition" and select Yes.



27. Then select "Reboot system now".



28. Report any bugs to the Samsung Members app!














I hope this helps you! If you have any issues, please let me know and I will try to help you! 
Hello
I have Samsung Galaxy S21 ultra snapdragon SM-G9980
And I want install android 12 country Hong Kong ( TGY ) , not China
Because China Rom Didn't have Google service
 

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    ❗ Update: I have added the Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra Exynos/Snapdragon thread and the SD Card Method that will work with the Galaxy S20.
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    Hello everyone! :)
    I am back with another guide!

    I have put together this guide on installing One UI 4.0 (Android 12) beta on your Galaxy device. I will show you how to sideload the beta even though the beta programme may not be available in your country or may be full.

    ❗ NOTE: When you sideload the beta, you will not receive OTA updates automatically. You must install the stable One UI 4.0 when it's released (or downgrade back to One UI 3.1) via Odin.

    🔗 Links:
    • Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Exynos ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/...-download-and-install-in-here-exynos.4333281/

    • Galaxy S21/S21+/S21 Ultra Snapdragon ➜ https://forum.xda-developers.com/t/one-ui-4-beta-snapdragon-s21-ultra.4333523/

    🎥 Video guide:


    🧐 Step-by step guide:
    1. Download the update file from XDA Forums. Make sure to download the right build for your device.
    2. Go to where you downloaded the file.
    3. At File Explorer, go to View, then Show and enable "File name extensions".
    4. Right click on the file and click on Rename.
    5. Rename (including the file extension) the .bin file to "update.zip".
    6. A warning may appear. Click on Yes.
    7. Download, install ADB. Make sure to have "C:\Android\platform-tools" added to "Path" in System variables.
    8. At your phone, go to Settings, About phone, Software information.
    9. Tap repeatedly on the build number until Developer options are enabled.
    10. Back to Settings, tap on Developer options at the bottom.
    11. Scroll down and enable "USB debugging". Tap on OK.
    12. Connect your phone to your PC.
    13. You may enable the "Always allow from this computer" if it's your personal PC.
    14. Tap on Allow.
    15. Back to the PC, move the "update.zip" file to "C:\Android\platform-tools".
    16. Right click on the Start Button.
    17. Click on Windows Terminal (Admin) or PowerShell (Admin).
    18. In the Terminal, type "adb devices" and execute it.
    19. If you didn't enable "Always allow from this computer", the pop up will appear again on the phone. Tap on Allow.
    20. Type "adb reboot recovery" and execute it.
    21. Your phone will boot to Recovery Mode.
    22. Navigating with the volume buttons and selecting with the power button, go to "Apple update from ADB" (if you want to force exit from this screen, hold down the Volume down and Power buttons).
    23. Back to the PC, type "adb sideload update.zip" and execute it.
    24. The installation process will start and One UI 4.0 will be installed.
    If you get an error, you may have downloaded the wrong build, or your device doesn't support the beta programme at all. If you are sure that you have downloaded the right build, try again using different cables, USB ports or PCs.
    25. After the update process has finished, back to the PC, execute "adb reboot recovery" again.
    26. Go to "Wipe cache partition" and select Yes.
    27. Then select "Reboot system now".
    28. Report any bugs to the Samsung Members app!

    I hope this helps you! If you have any issues, please let me know and I will try to help you! :)
    No Apple in this universe .bruh.
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    Does anyone have files for S21+?
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    Thanks for the guide . Does it work for BRI SM-G 9980 ?
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    I believe the common mistake is people updating from the October security patch. I was also getting an error at 47% until i downgrade to the September update before sideloading. Try that and remember to always backup your device.
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    I believe the common mistake is people updating from the October security patch. I was also getting an error at 47% until i downgrade to the September update before sideloading. Try that and remember to always backup your device.
    Gonna try