Samsung One UI 4.1.1 update and bug tracker (continued updated)

Tracker Guide
(Among the following, click on the section that interests you to go there)
info last
updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
1 Sept Samsung Galaxy S22 Released See Update 2 in the text section for details
1 Sept Samsung Galaxy S22+ Released See Update 2 in the text section for details
1 Sept Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra Released See Update 2 in the text section for details
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S21
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S21+
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device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S21 FE
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S20
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S20+
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra
info last
updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S10
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S10e
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S10+
6th of June Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite
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updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Note 20
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Note 10
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Note 10+
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite
info last
updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
9 Sep Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Expected September 13th in Canada/Published/Expected September 5th Check for details update 7 in the Text section
– Check update 6
– Check update 4
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Fold
13 Sept Samsung Galaxy ZFlip 3 Released/Expected September 13th in Canada/Expected September 5th

Check for details update 8 in the Text section
– Check update 7
– Check update 6
– Check update 4

6th of June Samsung Galaxy Z Flip
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device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A03
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A03s
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A12
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A13
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A21
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device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A22
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A23
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A31
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A32
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A33
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updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A51
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A52
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A52s
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A53
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A71
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device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A72
6th of June Samsung Galaxy A73
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M22
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M23
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M31
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device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M32
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M32 5G
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M33
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M42
6th of June Samsung Galaxy M52
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device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F12
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F22
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F23
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F41
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F42
info last
updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F61
6th of June Samsung Galaxy F62
2 Sept Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Released – See Update 3 in the text section for details
13 Sept Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ Released – See Update 8 in the Text section for details
– Check update 3
2 Sept Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra Released – See Update 3 in the text section for details
info last
updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6 Sept Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Released See Update 5 text section for details
6 Sept Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ Released See Update 5 text section for details
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 FE
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Tab S6
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite
info last
updated on
device name beta status stable condition Remarks
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Tab A7 Lite
6th of June Samsung Galaxy Tab A8
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affected channel
or platform
Affected Devices Error/problem description Current status workarounds
info last
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Description of the new function status Supported Devices
    Note: The update time is given in ACTUAL and is in 24-hour format. Also note that the text updates are displayed in descending order, with the most recent at the top.

update 8 [Sept. 13, 2022; 11:00]: Verizon-tied Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+ and Galaxy Z Flip 3 are now getting the One UI 4.1.1 update in the US.

update 7 [Sept. 9, 2022; 18:24]: Samsung is expected to release the One UI 4.1.1 update for Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 locked to Fido on September 13th in Canada.

update 6 [Sept. 7, 2022; 12:50]: The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is now getting the One UI 4.1.1 update in South Korea.

update 5 [Sept. 6, 2022; 18:14]: Samsung is now rolling out the Android 12-based One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy Tab S7 series in Korea.

update 4 [Sept. 5, 2022; 11:31]: Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Flip 3 will receive the One UI 4.1.1 update starting September 5th.

update 3 [Sept. 2, 2022, 2022; 09:59]: Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 series receives One UI 4.1.1 update in Canada and Europe.

update 2 [Sept. 1, 2022, 2022; 09:59]: Samsung has released the One UI 4.1.1 update for the Verizon-locked Galaxy S22 series.

update 1 [June 6, 2022, 2022; 19:00]: It looks like One UI 4.1.1 is currently being developed for the Galaxy S22 series.

Below are some instructions to help you easily go through this tracker:

This tracker has separate sections to keep tabs on the update rollouts, bugs, and issues plaguing One UI 4.1.1 and the new feature released by Samsung. Below is a brief explanation for each section:

    1. The Samsung One UI 4.1.1 update version The tabular section is for tracking the update rollouts or releases in different regions, and you can find the regional details in the Samsung One UI 4.1.1 update text section rollout at the end of the article.
    So scan the Updates section based on your interest:
    • A new update (beta or stable) that has come to today regarding a device can be checked in the table. All you have to do is find your device in the table. In the device-specific line Info last updated on indicates the date when the relevant section was updated.
    • If you want to know the details about a specific update like version/build number, region and changelog etc., in this case you need to go Text update section (Which one exactly? Well, that’s listed in the table section for that device under “Remarks‘).
    note: The dummy entries with device names are based on the devices that we believe are eligible to receive this OS update and are subject to change based on official company decisions.
    2. Next comes the Samsung One UI 4.1.1 Error, Problem and Related Developments Tabular section dedicated to tracking the issues (reported, officially confirmed or unconfirmed) in Samsung One UI 4.1.1.
    How to scan the error/problem area based on your interest:
    • This section specifically tracks the glitches and concerns reported in Samsung One UI 4.1.1 and related developments on the subject status Pillar. In order to make the work easier for those affected, the possible workarounds are also listed in the same table.
    3. The last tabular section is the Samsung One UI 4.1.1 Feature Release Section listing the optimizations or new feature releases provided by Samsung in One UI 4.1.1. That status Column in this table indicates whether the information is official or a leak, along with the ETA and supported devices (if available).
    note: All new entries appear in yellow in the tables. [For example, workaround number 4 has been added on the present date, so under the Workarounds section for the issue in question, the 4th one will be highlighted in yellow]

That’s all for the instructions.

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