OEMs are allegedly going through a hard time with Android 12-based skins. Since OnePlus experienced problems with Android 12-based OxygenOS 12 and was compelled to back off the update, Samsung is currently facing similar circumstances. The smartphone manufacturer has presently stopped the launch of its One UI 4.0 update for its Galaxy S21 lineup smartphones.
The South Korean brand was one of the first OEMs to start creating and launching the customized Android 12 skin, however problems with the Google Play system have carried out the update unserviceable. Moreover, the company was shortly commplled to stop the update for its flagship Z-lineup smartphones, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Galaxy Z Flip 3.
According to a report issued by Tizen Help, the Korean tech giant verified problems with several devices with Google Play compatibility post the One UI 4.0 update on the S21 lineup. On the other hand, the company still don’t provide any information about what exactly is resulting the problems, the tech giant is possibly functioning on a solution at the moment and should recommence the update release as soon as the issues are solved.
The company announced One UI 4.0 update that was based on Android 12 for the Samsung Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, as well as Galaxy S21 Ultra on November 15. The update comes with modifications such as new customisation options as well as tools to improve the privacy and security of the smartphone.
However, it is still not confirmed that if the this current problem is further going to impact the company’s roadmap of offering One UI 4.0 to additional Samsung devices. Apart from this, the company is anticipated to launch the update for the Samsung Galaxy Fold, Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10+, Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and the Galaxy Note 10 Lite in January 2022, nevertheless, these devices possibly get a little setback.