- Support For One UI version 4.1.1. Teased Again.
- The Support Expands To GoodLock’s Module Home Up.
We know that Samsung is already set to sail along with the One UI 4.1.1.
In the constant wake of developments, we have seen several Samsung native apps getting updated for future support of One UI 4.1.1. In this regard, the next app to get this recognition is the Samsung’ Home Up’, a ‘Goodlock’ module.
Home Up & Goodlock;
‘GoodLock‘ is a native app of Samsung that enables users to enhance several aspects of One UI by tweaking it, e.g., aesthetics or visuals, by using modules or extensions, in this case, ‘Home Up.’
‘Home Up’ is the extension of One UI Home, which takes the customization of the UI to the next level by introducing features such as the ability to hide app labels from the Home and Apps screens.
Changes & Improvements ;
Samsung‘ Home Up‘ is getting a new overhaul with the adaptation of a more recent version, 13.0.00.43, with a download size of 22.40 MB.
The changelog mentions that the upgrade fixes several issues related to Direct Share, including overall performance, enhancement, and app stability. The app can be downloaded from the Galaxy Store.
One UI 4.1.1. And Home Up App;
We all know already that this minor update is not what we are interested in; it’s the support for the One UI 4.1.1.
Last time the One UI 4.1.1. was in the news when a moderator in the Samsung Community Korea confirmed the One UI version 4.1.1 in response to a user’s question in this early June.
The Galaxy Z series and tablets are in special consideration for the Android12L and One UI 4.1.1. complements these devices. With Samsung expanding the update to various apps, it’s almost confirmed that the newer iteration is set to release soon, emphasizing the tabs and clamshell designed foldable.
With Samsung prepped up for the release of the Galaxy Z series next 10 Aug, earlier Samsung flagships such as the Galaxy S series also received some features of the OneUI 4.1.1. It will be fascinating to see how these updates and apps support these devices.