Fifth beta for One UI 4.5 and Wear OS 3.5 is released for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 4.

For more than a month, Samsung has been working on the next significant upgrade for the Galaxy Watch 4 series, and the firm is still releasing new beta versions before to the launch of One UI 4.5. The Galaxy Watch 4’s fifth beta update was made available by Samsung this week.

The fifth beta update for the Galaxy Watch 4 series is currently rolling out to participants in the beta program. It is incremental and primarily concerned with fixing bugs. The Galaxy Watch 4 management companion plugin has also been updated to version 2.2.11.220718 as part of the update, which has version number ZVG7.

The rollout is currently happening broadly, according to reports on Reddit and Max Weinbach here.
Samsung explains the new features as follows:
Correction of bugs

improved watchface stability resolved the problem where downloaded watchfaces could not be recovered Fixed the clock and weather complications’ permissions problem in the digital dashboard. fixed issue with forced closing when a challenge was finished after assembling a complication enhanced stability of the SGG watchface fixed the bubble view compatibility issue in the Line app the issue with the display turning on slowly when the wrist is raised during cycling exercise was fixed enhanced battery charging capability stabilized the use of electricity enhanced the accuracy of the Compass app Additional enhancements are made Newly released is Watch4 Manager 2.2.11.220718 for Beta. Please use the Watch plugin download button in the Beta registration notification to update to the most recent version.

Overall, there aren’t many significant changes in this version, but it moves One UI 4.5, which is built on top of Wear OS 3.5, closer to its eventual release, which should be happening soon.

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