Samsung has started rolling out the One UI 6 Beta based on Android 14. However, it is only available in regions like Germany, South Korea, and the US. The OneUI 6 Beta will expand to more regions, including India, in the coming weeks. As always, flagship smartphones will receive the Beta, which means the Galaxy S23 series will be the first to receive it and will expand to more devices later.

Recently, Google released the 6th Beta of Android 14 for the Google Pixel service. It is expected to be rolled out by the end of August. So, if you have been wondering how to sign up for Samsung One UI 6 Beta, here is a guide on registering your Samsung device to receive the update via OTA.

Samsung One UI 6 Beta

There are not a lot of new features, as Android 14 itself does not bring many new features. However, Samsung has packed some helpful nifty features, like the camera upgrade, camera widgets, lock screen customization, emoji refresh, quick panel redesign, and more.

Some devices will receive the OneUI 6 Beta first.

  • Galaxy S Series
    • Galaxy S23 Series
    • Galaxy S22 Series
    • Galaxy S21 Series (uncertain).
  • Galaxy Z Series
    • Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5
    • Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4
    • Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy A Series
    • Galaxy A54
    • Galaxy A53 (uncertain).

How to Join the Samsung One UI 6 Beta Program

These are straightforward instructions for joining the Samsung One UI 6 Beta. Before proceeding, ensure you have updated your Samsung Member app to the latest version.

Download One UI 6 Beta firmware for Galaxy S23 Ultra.
  • Launch the Samsung Member app.
  • Scroll to the top of the header and find the banner to get the new OneUI Beta Programme banner.
  • Click on it, and then enroll in the Beta Programme.

Once enrolled in the Beta Programme, you will receive the OTA Update as normal. To check for the latest update, open device settings, head to system updates, and click Download OTA Updates.

Download OneUI 6 Beta for the Galaxy S23 Ultra

If you know how to sideload your device’s firmware, you can download the One UI 6 Beta Firmware.

Model NumberDownload Beta
Courtesy: XDA-Developer Senior Members (Dr. Ketan, Rydah, and Moshe Fasten)

Because of XDA-Senior Member BredzProh, who has shared the firmware for Europe, Samsung uses the universal CSC code EUX, which allows you to easily flash the firmware on the device manually.

How to Install the Samsung One UI 6 Beta Firmware

We must start by setting up the ADB Method to install Samsung One UI 6 Beta firmware on your device.

  • Start by downloading the One UI 6 Firmware for your device.
  • Now, you need to modify the firmware extension from .bin to
  • Download and Install ADB on your Computer.
  • Connect your device to your PC via a USB Cable.
  • Enable Developer Mode: Device Settings > About Phone > Software Information. Tap on it x7 times to enable developer mode.
  • Afterward, Enable USB Debugging by heading over to Developer Options and then Toggle to enable USB Debugging.
  • Your device will prompt for permission to allow USB debugging.

Start Installing OneUI 6 Beta Firmware

Once we finish setting up the ADB method for our device, we can start installing the One UI 6 Beta Firmware.

  • Move your firmware, which we have named “,” to the “C:\Android\platform-tools” location for your ADB path in system variables.
  • Open Windows Terminal as an admin from Windows Start by searching for it.
  • Next, execute “adb device,” after that, and your device will get prompted; allow.
  • Now, execute “adb reboot recovery,” which takes your device into recovery mode.
  • Use your device’s volume button to navigate and the power button to select an option.
  • Go to Apply Update from ADB, and then from your PC, execute this: “.adb sideload “C:\Android\platform-tools\”
  • This will start flashing One UI 6 on your device, and once the process is finished, you need to execute this “adb reboot recovery” again.
  • Go to “Wipe Cache Partition” and SelectYes, then Select “Reboot System Now.”

Note: Your device’s data will be wiped, and if you receive any errors, it might be because you have downloaded the wrong firmware or it does not support the Beta. If you think everything is right, try again after checking USB ports, PCs, or different cables to ensure connectivity.

Alternatively, you can use the Alliance Shield X App.

This method does not require a PC and is quite easy.

  • Download the Alliance Shield X App from the Google Play Store.
  • Create an account by clicking the register button, and then grant Knox Permission.
  • After that, modify the One UI 6 Beta Firmware file to “” and move it to the root directory (/storage/emulated/0).
  • In the Alliance Shield App, click on the App Manager and use the search function to find “Software Update.”
  • Choose the software update from the purple/white icon.
  • Next, go to Activities Navigation and search for “com.idm.fotaagent.enabler.ui.admin.main.AdminMainActivity.” Once you find it, tap “Open” to configure it.
  • Finally, you will see the Sideload button, where you can browse the firmware for manual firmware flashing on your device.