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How To Take Screenshot In Galaxy Flip 4

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Samsung Electronics introduced the Galaxy Flip 4 back in August. The incredible 7.6-inch Infinity Flex display on this device is ideal for multitasking, watching movies, playing games, and pretty much everything else you can imagine. Its 6.2-inch foldable screen is also perfect for usage when travelling.

Now, your phone is undoubtedly overflowing with screenshots if you’re anything like us at the blog. Memes, amusing tweets, lovely images, content, Instagram stories… You’ll want to take more screenshots than ever because to the two incredible screens of the Galaxy Fold 4. You might not know where to start, though, given the number of screens. Learn how to snap a screenshot on your Galaxy Fold 4 by reading on!

Note: These methods work when the device is both folded and unfolded.

Take Galaxy Fold 4 Screenshot Via Hard Keys Method

  • Press and hold the power key and the volume down key at the same time.
  • The screen will flash when the screenshot has been taken.

Take Galaxy Fold 4 Screenshot Via Bixby Method

  • Use Bixby voice commands.
  • Say “Hi Bixby.
  • Screenshot” to take a screenshot.
  • To take another, say “Hi Bixby, another screenshot”.

Take Galaxy Fold 4 Screenshot Via Palm Swipe Method

Swipe the edge of your hand across the screen in either direction. To activate this feature:

  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen to reveal the quick panel
  2. Tap on the settings app (it’s the little cog symbol in the top right corner)
  3. Tap “Advanced features” then select “Motions and gestures”
  4. Toggle the switch next to “Palm swipe to capture”

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Galaxy AI: How to Summarize & Transcribe Voice Recording into Text on Samsung Phone

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Samsung has recently rolled out the One UI 6.1 update for several Galaxy devices. With the late One UI update, the company has brought several innovations that will provide several utility options for the users. From several features, the AI power ones are the most highlighted, and voice record summarization is also a unique feature.

What is voice recording summarization?

Now, with the One UI 6.1 update, Galaxy users can easily transcribe any voice recording into text form and summarize it in their own language. This will help users easily make notes according to what is recorded. 

To use this feature, you need to go to the settings and then select the Advanced feature. Here you will see the voice recorder, tap on it, and then touch the summaries option. Now turn it on. When it is turned on, you can enjoy summarizing voice recordings.

To summarize the voice recording Go to the recorder application, select the desired recording file, and here you will see the option ‘transcribe’. Once it finishes transcribing, you will see one more tab for summarization. However, the option is currently not working correctly as it fails to detect the exact wording of other languages except English. However, it is expected that the company may bring more optimization to the device to make the feature more powerful.

How to Transcribe Voice Recording into Text on Samsung Phones

If you are using a Galaxy device that has installed the One UI 6.1 update, then you can easily use voice recorder summarization by following these steps:

  1. Go to the Settings and select the advanced feature.
  2. Here you will see a voice recorder option. Tap on it to access
  3. Now turn the toggle on to activate it.
  1. Once activated, open the voice recorder, then select any saved file.
  2. Now you will see the option “transcribe.”  It will provide all the information from the test. 
  3. Once the transcription is done, you will get a summarize tab adjacent to it; just swipe write to access it. 

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Samsung One UI: How to Manage Always-on Display (AOD) Brightness after One UI 6.1

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Samsung has introduced some new utilities with One UI 6.1 for the AOD display. Users who own the Galaxy S24 can put wallpaper in the Always on display and add some widgets as well; however, the company has removed the manual brightness settings for the same feature. But you don’t have to worry, as you can still manage the always-on-display brightness with new methods. 

How to manage AOD brightness for Galaxy S24 series

With the latest One UI 6.1, Samsung has removed the manual brightness settings for the Galaxy S24 devices. If you want to adjust the auto brightness, you have to set the preferred brightness level of the main display from the notification panel. The reason behind the removal of the feature is to give convenience to users, as it brings automation for brightness by default, so it will dim or increase the brightness of the AOD according to the light condition. 

How to Manage AOD Brightness after One UI 6.1 update 

Apart from Galaxy S24 devices, Samsung has placed the AOD manual control option in the Good Lock – LockStar App settings, so if you want to take advantage of the manual control settings, first you need to update the Lockstar application to the latest version, then follow the below steps:

  1. Open the Good Lock on your device’
  2. Then tap on the LockStar module from the list of “Makeup” modules.
  3. Here you will see the option  Always On Display Auto Brightness. 
  4. If you don’t see the manual brightness control, then turn the auto brightness off.
  5. Then you will get a dedicated slider so you can set the brightness to a different level.

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Galaxy AI: How to Translate Live Call on Samsung Phones

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Samsung has recently introduced its latest One UI 6.1 update, which has brought several new features. The most fascinating are the ones that Galaxy AI powers. Live call translation is one of the unique features that provides you with a whole new experience of voice communication. Before learning how to use the feature, let’s know what the advantage of the feature is.

Samsung Galaxy AI live call translation Feature

The live call translation is one of the most useful features; it provides users with the ability to talk to another person without any language barrier. It provides you with live translation of what the person on the other end speaks in its language to your language in text form, and at the same time, it will also translate your voice to other end-user languages, and AI will produce the voice on behalf of you in the translated language.

How to use Live call Translation feature on Samsung Phones

To use this functionality, you can follow the below steps:

  1. To use most of the Galaxy AI features, you need to set up a Samsung account.
  2. Then go to the system settings and search for advanced intelligence.
  3. Here you will get a list of all the AI features. 
  4. Tap on the first option. Phone: Here you will get full settings about the call translation. 
  1. In the first section, you will get an option for a language where you have to select your native language, which you will use to respond to calls, then you have to select voice, which will respond to another caller on behalf of you in the translated language, and you can also mute your voice so another person will only listen to your machine-translated voice.
  2. While setting up the other end-caller voice, you can also customize it in the next section, including language and AI-translated voice.
  3. Once you are up, you can now use it for the anny call. For instance, when you call anyone, there will be a call assistant icon appearing; tap on it and select live translation.

The live call translation feature is now available for devices that have received One UI 6.1, including the Galaxy S23 series. Galaxy S23 FEGalaxy Z Fold 5Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Tab S9. If you are also using any of the devices, then you can use these features.


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