Samsung removes an annoying bug from Galaxy To Share with the new update

Samsung has one of the revolutionary apps, Good Lock, which holds many modules under it. The company has introduced this application to handle all the customization fasciitis under one application. From those, one of the most appreciated modules is Galaxy to Share, which is now receiving a new update. But before we talk about the new update, let’s discuss the module’s functionality.

Galaxy to Share (GTS)

As we said before, the GTS is one of the most appreciated modules of the Good Lock suite because it comes with unique functionality to share the exact settings of many applications with other Galaxy devices. In simple words, if you like the settings and functions of any other user’s device, you can ask him or her to share the settings through Galaxy.

The Galaxy to Share module can share Good Lock modules and apps, including KeysCafe, ThemePark, Sound Assistant, Lockstar, HomeUp, Multistar, ClockFace, QuickStar, Navstar, One Hand Operation +, and more.

Galaxy to Share Update fixes unsupported settings issue

Samsung has rolled out a new update for the Galaxy S3, which comes with version number According to the latest changelog, the update fixes the issue of repeatedly showing unsupported settings. Now, after this update, you will get a smoother experience with the app.

The latest update of Galaxy to Share is now available to download, as currently, the availability of the app is limited to South Koreans, so users from there can only update the app through the Galaxy Store.

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