Beta users in the US are currently getting their hands on the Second One UI 2.0 Beta for Galaxy Note 10 series. These are the unlocked models that are receiving the update. The Note 10 users will receive the update with build N970U1UEU2ZSKH. Similarly, Note 10+ users will get the software update with build N975U1UEU2ZSKH.
The latest ZSKH software update brings a lot of bug fixes. It solves the screen flickering issue, blurred background post swiping back to the home screen, the non-resizable keyboard issue and the keyboard getting cut from the bottom display. Also, the current update fixes dual contact apps, no AOD issue while the device is on charge and improves the gesture navigation.
It also resolves the app shape issue, noise during Bluetooth connection, disappearing status bar. There was also this bug where post a screenshot, opening Recent windows will take a screenshot of Recent Windows. This bug has also been fixed by the Second One UI 2.0 Beta for Galaxy Note 10.
Go to Settings > System Updates. Check for the new update. The beta users can download this new ZSKH One UI 2.0 update via Wi-Fi as this update weighs 550MB. So, instead of spending carrier data, Wi-Fi will download the update faster. Also, have a sufficient battery charge (50% recommended)on your device before downloading or installing the new update.
Previously, Samsung has rolled the N975FXXU1ZSK4 update which brought OneUI 2.0 for Note 10 and Note 10 Plus. Interestingly, the Galaxy S10 has received numerous test versions of OneUI 2.0 while the Note 10 has fewer Android 10 beta updates under its sleeve. Anyways, do not miss the One UI beta update ZSKH for the US unlocked Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.