While many people have had no problem with Android 12, others suffer from a shower of bugs. What push manufacturers to slow down the deployment of the new operating system
This is now the case for Samsung, which has announced that it is temporarily stopping the deployment of One UI 4.0.
One UI 4 rollout stopped on Samsung devices
Android 12 is piling up problems. Already deployed on the Galaxy S20 or folding phones like the Galaxy Z Fold 3 or Z Flip 3, Google’s latest operating system has been beating a string of bugs since its release a few months ago. These concerns have forced OnePlus to stop pushing the update to its smartphones. It’s Samsung’s turn to do the same.
The Korean manufacturer has indeed published a message on its local official forums to announce that it is temporarily stopping the update to One UI 4 (based on Android 12) for compatible smartphones, including the Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra. . The cause is a compatibility problem with Google Play and several unspecified bugs that are being evaluated by Google. Samsung specifies that when the actions of the Mountain View firm have been carried out, the update to One UI 4 can resume.
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It’s unclear when Samsung plans to resume the One UI 4.0 rollout, but the original post suggests that it will restart once “Google’s actions are completed.”