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Withdraw from beta version

(Topic created on: 05-07-2023 09:17 PM)
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Pranitha15
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How can I withdraw from beta version of android 13 ?
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smritisankar
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How to remove beta vn and 13 ?
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_Nkosana
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Go to Samsung members app > settings > One UI beta program > read the content and if you want then > click withdraw > follow onscreen instructions


You can re-install software by using the PC version of Smart Switch. Once the software is re-installed, the device will be reset and all data that was generated during the Beta Program will be erased.

 

All data which had been backed up before installing the beta software can be recovered, but there may be limitations in recovering data that was created after installing the beta software.


If you need assistance, Samsung Service Centres support the reinstallation of official software.


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Pranitha15
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Withdraw date as already passed
Now there is no option
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Pranitha15
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The withdraw date is passed . Now how can I withdraw
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sk128
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Any solution to this yet?
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luke788fg
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Withdrawing from a beta version involves stepping back from a testing phase of a product or software. This decision could be driven by various factors such as encountering excessive bugs, incompatibility issues, or simply preferring a more stable version. To withdraw from a beta version, users typically need to follow silver price specific instructions provided by the developers, which may include uninstalling the beta software and reinstalling the stable release, or opting out through settings or account preferences. It's important to back up any critical data before making this transition to avoid any potential loss. By reverting to a stable version, users can ensure a more reliable and predictable experience with fewer disruptions.

 
 
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