Samsung was very well respected when it started making Android 12 available before its competitors. However, things shook when the release of the update had to be stopped due to many issues. In fact, the Android 12 update doesn’t seem to have been tested much before it publicly hits the Galaxy S21, Galaxy Z Flip 3, and Galaxy Z Fold 3. However, the issues were resolved and the rollout began again. However, don’t update your Galaxy to Android 12 without doing so.
Warning! Don’t update your Galaxy to Android 12 without doing so
In fact, we have to be really careful about all the problems that have arisen. However, it is important that anyone who owns a Samsung Galaxy backs up everything they own before upgrading to Android 12 and One UI 4.0. It’s just that this can save you a lot of headaches in the end.
You can back up everything to a PC using Samsung Smart Switch or to an SD card using the phone settings.
Either way, the universal method for backing up is via the Samsung cloud. Open the Settings app, access accounts and backups, then back up your data.
As for photos, you can connect your Samsung account to Microsoft OneDrive or through Google Photos.
With such a large upgrade, and especially in the event of errors, it is definitely advisable to create a backup. It won’t all get rid of, but one thing is guaranteed. We won’t miss anything and that is very important.
I remember Samsung looking to end the year on a grand scale and as such the One UI 4.0 is coming to multiple devices. That is, and after the stable Android 12 reached the S20, Note 20, S21, Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, it has now made it to the Galaxy S10 and the original Galaxy Z Flip. Same with note 10.