Samsung Android 14 Tracker is moving closer to its final stable release, and Samsung appears to be eager to get its own version out to users as soon as possible after that. The Korean OEM is hard at work adopting the latest generation of everyone’s favorite mobile OS for its own devices in the shape of One UI 6.0. Here’s how to stay up to date on the company’s beta program and install it on your smartphone.
For the uninitiated, Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series with the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta program. Despite the fact that we have yet to see an official timeline for the beta program, the company will most likely include a few other devices in the pre-release testing phase before the eventual stable release, including older flagships and even some mid-range devices.
Meanwhile, if you’re curious about some of the improvements and how it looks on a Galaxy S23 Ultra, be sure to check out our One UI 6 Open Beta hands-on.
List of Samsung phones that have been updated to Android 14
To date, the following devices have gotten at least one Android 14 build with One UI 6.0. It should be noted that the gadgets are ordered alphabetically by retail name.
1.Samsung Galaxy S23 (dm1q) — Introduced on August 11, 2023.
2.Samsung Galaxy S23+ (dm2q) — Available on August 11, 2023.
3.Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (dm3q) — Release date: August 11, 2023
Remember that the One UI 6 public beta, like every previous beta program from the firm, including the One UI Watch 5 beta for its smartwatches, is run through the Samsung Members app.
However, if the underlying hardware settings are identical, it is possible to manually sideload the beta update package on a different regional variant other than the intended one.
In fact, Samsung did not participate in Google’s Android 14 Beta program for OEMs. As a result, for the purpose of simplicity, we will only use Samsung’s nomenclature of build descriptions in the index below.
Download links for One UI 6.0, which is based on Samsung Android 14 Tracker :
Download links for the One UI 6.0 public beta versions are available below.
Notably, you cannot cross-flash a firmware designed for a Qualcomm Snapdragon SoC-based Samsung Galaxy model (e.g., the USA edition) onto an Exynos-powered counterpart (e.g., the European variant), or vice versa.
1. Samsung Galaxy S23 (dm1q)
- The Samsung Galaxy S23 is finally capable of standing on its own.
- XDA Forums for the Samsung Galaxy S23
2. Samsung Galaxy S23+ (dm2q)
- Think about the competition when reviewing the Samsung Galaxy S23+.
- XDA Forums > Samsung Galaxy S23+
3. Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra (dm3q)
- The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been refined to near perfection.
- XDA Forums – Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra
How to Install One UI 6.0
We offer a dedicated flashing guide for Samsung Galaxy users who want to sideload OTA packages or install the official One UI firmware from the ground up.
If you want to revert to the stable channel software, download the non-beta firmware for your model and perform a clean flash with Odin. In contrast to Google Pixel and OnePlus phones, Samsung does not offer a downgrade ROM. If you need help installing the official firmware on your Samsung Galaxy phone, we have a guide for you.