One UI 2. 0 beta flaw discussed in the article below (via SamMobile).The patch is designed to fix the problem through which users get locked out in their gadgets.Considering the severity of this flaw, we highly recommend fitting the update as soon as feasible. It weighs 135MB and comes with the build number G97*FXXU3ZSL.Unfortunately, when you are already locked from your phone, this patch won't mean much for you at present. You'll are looking to downgrade back to Android 9 Pie after which re-improve to the Galaxy S10 One UI 2. 0 beta with this patch.
Original article, October 29, 2019 (06:51 AM ET): Samsung currently rolled out the Android 10-based One UI 2. 0 beta for the Galaxy S10 series, giving users a taste of things to come. Unfortunately, some users are reporting that they're now locked out in their phones.Users on the GalaxyS10 subreddit and Samsung forum (h/t: SamMobile) are reporting that the phones refuse to simply accept PIN codes, passwords, or pattern unlocks after restarting the device.Some users with Remote Unlock functionality enabled say that they're able to use the Find My Mobile provider to delete formerly enrolled authentication options, but they cannot set a new PIN/sample/password thereafter.
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Don't have the aforementioned characteristic enabled?Well, it feels like a factory reset and downgrading to Android Pie via Samsung Smart Switch can help. But a few Galaxy S10 users have reported that they still can't set an authentication option after doing this.Got a Galaxy S10 and still are looking to join the One UI 2. 0 beta?Then you might are looking to disable authentication and enable Remote Unlock before going ahead with setting up.
It's worth noting that here's the potential price to pay for fitting beta firmware to your device. The aim of beta checking out is to iron out any kinks and find bugs, so here's one flaw that will not be in the stable One UI 2. 0 free up.arcanetechs.com/i/blog/1600665862/aHR0cHM6Ly9jZG41Ny5hbmRyb2lkYXV0aG9yaXR5Lm5ldC93cC1jb250ZW50L3VwbG9hZHMvMjAyMC8wOS9TYW1zdW5nLUdhbGF4eS1TMjAtRkUtTGVha2VkLUhhbmRzLU9uLTIwMHgxMzAuanBn">