Just out of curiosity, am I the only one that will probably do a factory data reset before the Beta drops?
I'm pretty sure I have a few apps that wont be compatible with the Beta UI, and I'll also be switching my banking and credit card apps over to my Note9 (on an additional line) in its secure folder and removing the one on my Note10+ .
I've tested betas before and built some software on my own and found it helpful to start on a clean slate for Betas rather than just simply overwriting everything. I know it's not neccessary, but with my technology OCD's, I've just found it helpful for myself to know old apps arent creating issues with the Beta UI and any bugs I find are in the UI and not conflicting with apps that might not play well with it.
Any Samsung Pros have an opinion on this?
Again I dont think its absolutely necessary and full disclosure, I wipe devices probably once every couple of months or so....just because
One UI 2.0 Beta program for Note 10 and Note10+ is going to be live soon. As per the banner Beta program for Samsung Unlocked devices has been confirmed, and should be out soon. The registrations button from which you register for One UI 2.0 Beta program should be same like shown in the picture. So just keep checking Samsung Members apps for the register button.
Official release date hasn't been announced but many are saying South Korea Note 10 devices maybe getting it in Oct 24, if so we'll get it after sometime soon. As it was same for S10 devices. So just keep checking Samsung Members app.