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One UI 6.0 will more security to Galaxy device with enhanced PIN privacy feature



Samsung has very adopted a very strict policy regarding the security of its Galaxy devices; it is also can be seen in the monthly security update, where the company always gives some extra patches which enhance the security of the device. If there is any new thing available in the market which is helpful for the users, so company adopts it without taking any time and introduces it with the new One UI.

 According to reports, a new feature will be available for pixel users which protects the user’s privacy in public, basically with the new QPR 3 beta based on Android 13 (development towards Android 14) has brought a new option in the settings under privacy option, the new option added as enhanced PIN privacy if you turn it on. It will disable animations at the time of entering the pin. So you can quickly enter a PIN that will not be shown to the other person who is standing behind you.

Samsung will implement this security feature with One UI 6.0

There have been many such cases in which a user’s device’s full access goes into the hands of fraudsters. This thing is common among all android phone users, and even Apple users have also become its victim, so it is expected that Samsung will adopt this new feature from Google and implement it in its Galaxy devices. It is expected that Samsung will introduce it with the One UI 6.0 update. However, One UI 6.0 is only limited to only this feature, but it will introduce some more features that make your device more powerful in terms of security. However, the One UI 6.0 is only available for eligible devices to let’s know about them.

These devices will get the One UI 6.0 

Galaxy S

  • Samsung Galaxy S23
  • Samsung Galaxy S23+
  • Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra 
  • Samsung Galaxy S22
  • Samsung Galaxy S22+
  • Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S21
  • Samsung Galaxy S21+
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
  • Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

Galaxy Z

  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 5G

Galaxy A

  • Samsung Galaxy A54 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A34 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A73 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A72
  • Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A52
  • Samsung Galaxy A52 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A33 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A23 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A14 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A13
  • Samsung Galaxy A13 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy A04s

Galaxy M

  • Samsung Galaxy M54 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M53 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M33 5G
  • Samsung Galaxy M23

Galaxy X cover

  • Samsung Galaxy Xcover 6 Pro

Galaxy Tab

  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S8
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S8+
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra

Note: The above list represents the device that is expected to get One UI 6.0. We have made this list according to the policy of Samsung that mentions the devices will get at least 4 Android updates after launch.

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Android 14

Galaxy S22 started receiving One UI 6.1 update with Galaxy AI features




Last month, Samsung officially confirmed the One UI 6.1 update for the 2022 models. Now, keeping its promise, the company has started rolling out the major update for the Galaxy S22 series. 

The Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy S22 series is live in South Korea. Users who own the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra can identify the latest update by the firmware version numbers S901NKSU3EXDC, S906NKSU3EXDC, and S908NKSU3EXDC, respectively.

Samsung has released several Galaxy AI features with the One UI 6.1 update that will help you provide a better communication experience and take advantage of the ability to quickly understand information.

For your information, the Galaxy S22 series device will get the benefit of all the important Galaxy AI features, including Circle to Search, Live Translate, Generative Edit, Note Assist, Transcript Script, Chat Assist, and many more.

Apart from the Galaxy AI feature, the device will also get some important additions on the customization side, where users will get several new changes related to wallpaper, lock screen, alarm, calendar, and many more.

To check the latest update on your device, navigate to the settings, then select the software update option here. Tap on the download and install option. Wait until it finishes searching to see if the update is available, then tap on the install button.

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Galaxy XCover5 camera breaks after Android 14 and One UI 6.0 update




Samsung Galaxy XCover 5 is one of the rugged smartphones that is dedicatedly made for using it in any weather condition. It is worth noticing that the company hasn’t limited it to giving tough hardware but also keeps it up to date with its fresh software. In the last major update, Android 14, it has grabbed some new features, and unfortunately, it has also got an issue with the camera, which is causing inconvenience to the users.

Galaxy XCover5 getting a camera issue after Android 14

The Galaxy XCover 5 has received Android 14 and One UI 6.0, and after installing them, users have started reporting about the camera issue. In the reports, the consumers have pointed out that they are not able to use the camera focus like before. Since the camera is the most frequently used feature of the smartphone, its malfunction is significantly affecting the overall performance of the devices.

Due to the malfunctioning of the autofocus, users are also having difficulty making payments due to the autofocus malfunction. When they open the QR code scanner, they are unable to do so because the camera is not focusing on the code.

However, the Korean giant hasn’t yet released a statement regarding the issue’s resolution, despite the fact that the issue surfaced after the last update, suggesting a software update-related problem. Hopefully, Samsung could release a proper update that will update it to the latest version.


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Google Get Inspired By Samsung; As It Copies Secure Folder Feature Housed In Galaxy Phones




Is Google following Samsung? With the Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.1, it offers a new option for private space, which Samsung already offers with the title Secure Folder. 

Google released Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 in November 2023, which introduced a feature called ‘Private Space’ already housed in Samsung devices as Secure Folder. Since reports have been around for several days that the latest iteration of Android 15 will be dedicated to more security and will bring tons of new features to enhance users’ secure experiences,  one of the awaiting features is Private Space. 

The upcoming Private Space feature will allow the user to install the application in a separate, locked profile, which they can hide at any time. Although this feature has been in the development phase for a long time, it has not yet gone live. Let’s take a closer look. 

The new feature named ‘Lock private space automatically’ will allow users to configure the feature to automatically lock the protected space depending on one of the two sub-options they select in it, which are ‘Every time device lock’ and ‘After 5 minutes of inactivity.’ While choosing the first, the feature will lock Privact Space instantly after they lock the device. 

But here’s the catchable fact: Secure Folder, available on Galaxy devices, already offers this feature, so somewhere it seems like Google got inspired by Samsung. 

The reports are also saying that when users set up Private Space, the feature now recommends them to create a dedicated Google account for using it to’stop data appearing outside private space; for instance, ‘Synced photos, files, emails, contacts, calendar events, and other data,’ and many more. This suggestion and the option to automatically lock the protected space further enhance the privacy and security of private space. 

Upcoming Private Space will offer a redesign setup flow to deliver a better idea of the feature. Since this feature initially appeared in Android 14 QPR2 Beta 1 and then Android 14 QPR3 Beta 2.1, it is expected that Android 15 will bring this feature to enhance the secure experience. 


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