Samsung launched the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy A05s

Samsung launched the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy A05s

Samsung has finally launched the Android 14-based One UI 6.0 update for the Galaxy A05s. This phone is one of the last Galaxy smartphones to receive the Android 14 update. The company started updating its high-end smartphones to Android 14 in October 2023, and then the update was rolled out to mid-range and affordable devices. Now, only entry-level Galaxy devices are left to get the update.

The Android 14 update for the Galaxy A05s, with firmware version A057FXXU2BXA8, is currently available in Indonesia and Vietnam. More countries are expected to get the update soon. As this is a major software update, the download size is likely to be over 1.5GB. Therefore, it’s recommended to use a Wi-Fi network to download the update. Also, remember to back up your data, such as call logs, documents, messages, images, and videos. If you have a Galaxy A05s and live in Indonesia or Vietnam, you can check for the new update by going to Settings > Software Update and tapping Download and Install.

If you don’t want to wait for the over-the-air (OTA) update, you can download the new firmware file from our firmware database and install it manually. You’ll need a computer with a Windows operating system and the Odin tool for the manual firmware installation process. The update also includes the January 2024 security patch, which fixes about 65 security issues.

The Android 14-based One UI 6.0 brings several new features. These include a new Quick Panel layout for quick setting toggles, new font options for the lock screen clock widget, a new emoji design, and more size and placement options for the lock screen clock widget. Samsung has also introduced a new media player widget for the notifications and lock screen areas, which features a waveform animation.

Samsung has enhanced all the stock apps with One UI 6.0. The Gallery app now offers more editing suggestions. The Photo Editor app has more noticeable controls and editing options. The built-in Video Editor app has been renamed to Samsung Studio, and it now supports drafts and timelines. The Settings app now has a direct listing for the battery section. You can clip objects in images and videos and save them as stickers on your Samsung Keyboard.

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