Since the ui 4.0 update my phone is a bug ridden piece of rubbish.
Music not syncing with Bluetooth in car
Contacts not syncing with Bluetooth in car
Links in Facebook not working
Outlook wouldn't even open
BBC news keeps crashing
I eventually managed after various methods getting to boot menu to clear cache, no difference.
I have had just about every Galaxy since a 4, this is by far the worst update ever
How can I uninstall this update and go back to Android 11?
You can't go back... You're stuck with Android 12!
Shouldn't be so quick to update, Android 12 has many issues and many apps need updating by their developers to work reliably with it.
It is what it is (well for now).
I have had to do this and it is a nightmare, these are no longer phones, they are personal assistants, they contain all kinds of data. Samsung you need to get a lot better at the rubbish you send out, this happens again and I am switching devices. Who do I send the bill too for my time? A lost morning and still not finished, it would at least cushion the blow if I could see any improvements in the software, it looks the same and behaves worse. Very poor indeed from Samsung, your technical team need to hang their heads in shame, this is not fit for public consumption, fit for the bin at best
the new software will be updated at some point to fix issues. It is best to send error reports when encountering problems. so matters brought to the attention of developers. Obviously some members are having a few hassles but by no means universal, few problems for me thus far other than a bit more battery drain . After update would recommend to clear cache partition but this will not work for everyone and a factory reset may be more successful (vital to back up data though). Clearing cache partition should be tried first though.
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My Device- S21 Ultra 5G ( SM-998B/DS ) CSC= BTU , 12GB/256GB
One Ui 5.0,Android 13 .
thanks for this but I have already gone down factory reset route, surely Samsung would be better spent investing in quality software releases, as opposed to more bloatware to fix shoddy coding? Thanks for suggestion I will give it a try, just annoying I have to do this