Highly doubt it will arrive before stable release, my G986U1 is running the update.zip beta versions since it is a US Cellular technically phone I did not get the notification for one UI beta but my s20 that I did have which is unlocked did receive it and it's on beta 3 currently the only reason I had to give up my s20 and use the s20+is really if anyone could even answer working fine one moment arrived back home and now all my LTE and NR 5G bands are gone and no matter what I do reinstall Force installed they do never show back up so it does not catch any service which sucks cuz the phone works perfectly besides that
Why I didn't see this before?! Life changer for Beta 2! Now it runs butter smooth! Thank you for the recommendation, I was already going crazy about the slowdowns.
Glad to hear this works for you, mate.
It even drops below 60hz. I used 60hz always on beta 2 and with no costum colour palete. It feels like that the refresh rate from always on display stays active(its way less then 60 hz because of energy effiecinty) for what ever reason.Glad to hear this works for you, mate.
Though the lag is considerably reduced when compared to a custom color palette, the original issue persists.
Unfortunately, even after changing the color palette to default, the screen fluctuates to 60 Hz when unlocking the phone.
I guess what I am asking is if this is the last beta update which will be full release for people who didn't sign up for beta. If Google Pay is working on beta 3 it means that there are probably no more betas coming after that
So you've tested it and it doesn't work, or are you just telling me what I already know?
It seems fine.System update doesn't work anymore. I just flashed G985F with the newest BTU (my CSC is SEE) but I used home CSC. Phone is working normally but software update doesn't work. It just says: Your software version isn't supported. Visit a support center.
Any thoughts on how to correct this?
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