Numerous fans and users have reported they tried joining the Samsung One UI 2.0 Beta program and Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus smartphones but failed. Allegedly attempting to enter the program dozens and dozens of times in the last few weeks, they did not manage to get in.
However, last night, after a hint that said Samsung might have a few sports to the unlocked units left open again, some fans managed to join the program. Fortunately, the Samsung One UI 2.0 Beta project is now open again and accessible.
How to Enter the One UI 2.0 Beta Program
If you are located in the U.S., in case you failed to enter or just missed it from October, to get into the program, you will have to open the Samsung Members application. There, look for a particular box that provides a ‘Register’ link for the Samsung One UI 2.0 Beta program.
After you found the box, click on it and follow the other two screens with blue keys that allow you to register your smartphone. This is the simple process you need to follow once you see the ‘Register’ button on the home page.
If the box disappears before you can click on it, close the application entirely, launch it again, and tap in the area as quick as you possibly can. If you time it after the first or second attempt, you should be able to get into the program.
We should also note that some users reported tapping the final blue register on the Samsung Galaxy S10e, which then sent them back to the main page of Samsung Members. When doing so, the process did not give any sort of confirmation that they were good-to-go. Once they headed over to Settings, though, and opened ‘System update,’ they were able to verify and install the beta update.
The update has a generous size of 2.1GB on the Galaxy S10e, so ensure you are installing it over Wi-Fi, and have a good amount of storage open.