Every Android user is waiting for Android 11 to roll out for their device. While Samsung has never been the first to the party, but they are pretty fast this time. The stable version of Android 11 was released 3-months ago, back in September 2020. Samsung has also been flaunting their One UI 3.0 based on Android 11 for a long time now. And finally, the Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup got the One UI 3.0 update, which is already live in several regions like the US, Korea, Europe, India, and more. But in case you haven’t received the update and want to experience One UI 3.0, we got you covered. This guide is all about how you can manually install One UI 3.0 Update on Galaxy S20 Series.
One UI 3.0 is Samsung’s skin of Android 11. At its core, it is Android 11, but Samsung has added a bunch of features to make your overall experience better. With One UI 3.0, you will see a new, refreshed design, extended customization options, notification revamp, chat bubble support, and more, along with all the Android 11 features.
The One UI 3.0 update is rolling out in the US, Korea, Europe, India, and more. So before starting with the process of manually installing One UI 3.0 update on your Galaxy S20 device, do check for an OTA update. To check for an OTA update, go into Settings → Software update → Download and install the update if available.
If there is no OTA update available for your Galaxy S20 device, you can install the One UI 3.0 update manually. For that, you have to download Android 11 based One UI 3.0 firmware for your device Model. Here’s a list of all the devices from the Samsung Galaxy S20 Series along with the One UI 3.0 Google Drive Download Link: