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Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4 receive One UI 5.1.1 update in the US

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Samsung introduced a new version of their special software for their phones and tablets, called One UI 5.1.1. They showed it off when they revealed their new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5, Galaxy Z Fold5 foldable phones, and Samsung Galaxy Tab S9, Galaxy Tab S9+, and Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra tablets. Samsung made this new software to make using these folding devices or big screens much better.

A few days ago, Samsung said they’d release One UI 5.1.1 for many different Galaxy devices. Samsung usually does a good job keeping its promises, especially when it comes to updates. They’ve already started giving this new software to people who have the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Flip 4, and Galaxy Tab S8 series in Europe. Now the company is providing the update for United States users of fourth-generation folding phones.

Samsung launches release of One UI 5.1.1 in the US for Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4

Samsung has started the release of the new One UI 5.1.1 for the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 in the USA. The foldables received the update thanks to the respective firmware versions F936USQU3DWH5 and F721USQU3DWH5, and it is currently available on carrier-locked T-Mobile and MetroPCS devices. At the same time, the devices benefit, thanks to the update in question, from the latest security fixes thanks to the August 2023 patches, with which Samsung takes care to solve 2 critical level, 50 high-grade, and 1 moderate-grade (CVE) vulnerabilities, as well as 19 EVS (Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures) specific to Galaxy devices.

Samsung One UI 6.0 & Android 14 Update

The update to the new One UI version introduces several new features for devices with large displays, including two-handed drag-and-drag for files, the ability to hide pop-up windows on one side, and quick switching between pop-up view and multi-window mode for supported apps. The taskbar is also being improved and can now accommodate up to four recently used applications on the right side.

Sharing side introduces some new features such as private sharing, which now allows you to set an expiration time for each file and the ability to use Quick Share to share files with those who are not on the same Wi-Fi network.

Even the photo editor integrated in the proprietary interface Samsung receives some new features, in fact the adjustment sliders with easier to use dials have been replaced; in addition, from the point of view of aesthetic customization, the company introduced the ability to change modes from the lock screen and added more characters for the clock widget on the lock screen.

One UI 5.1.1 Update Changelog:

Multitasking

Better app previews on the Recents screen
The Recents screen now shows apps as they will appear after you open them. You can easily see if an app is opened in split screen, full screen, or as a pop-up.

Easily switch from pop-up view to split screen
Press and hold the handle at the top of the pop-up window, then drag the app to the side of the screen where you want it to be shown.

Restore pop-ups snapped to the edge of the screen
Drag an app in pop-up view to the edge of the screen to snap it to the edge and keep it out of the way. When you need it again, tap anywhere on the pop-up to bring it back to its previous location.

Check minimized apps with the S Pen – [Only Z Fold]
Hover your S Pen above a floating app icon to see a preview of how the app will appear when you open it.

Taskbar[Only Z Fold]

More recent apps
You can now choose how many recently used apps to show on the taskbar (up to 4).

Easier navigation
When fewer than 8 icons are shown on the taskbar, the navigation area will automatically resize to give you more space for the navigation buttons.

Flex mode

Use the Flex mode panel with more apps
More apps can now be used with the Flex mode panel. When the Flex mode panel is turned on, just fold your phone upright and tap the button that appears on the navigation bar.

Improved media controls
Buttons for skipping forward and backward 10 seconds are now available on the Flex mode panel. When you touch the time bar, the time you’ll move to will be shown to help you find the right moment.

Customize the toolbar
Create your own personal layout to quickly access features like split screen view, screen capture, and more. Touch and hold an icon on the Flex mode panel toolbar to reorder the icons or move icons into or out of the toolbar.

Quick Share

Share with contacts
You can now send files to your contacts anytime, even if they’re not near you.

Share files privately
Protect private content when you share it. You can set expiration dates for the files you send, cancel sharing at any time, and prevent recipients from saving or resharing.

Samsung Health

Improved sleep coaching
New coaching content and layouts make it easier to check your progress and build better sleeping habits. (Requires Galaxy Watch4 or newer)

More meaningful sleep data
Screen layout and explanations have been enhanced to make it easier to check and understand each sleep factor. (Requires Galaxy Watch4 or newer)

Measure your skin temperature during sleep
See how your skin temperature changes throughout the night to help you create a more comfortable sleep environment. (Requires Galaxy Watch5 or newer)

Better workout summaries
New workout summaries help you focus on meaningful information from your exercise.

Stay on track to meet your goals
Rewards, badges, and personal best records have been enhanced to keep you motivated and help you meet your health goals.

Camera and Gallery

More date and time styles for watermarks
Customize the date and time separately with more style options to get the perfect look for your watermark.

Enhanced Flex Mode layout for Pro modes – [Only Z Fold]
When your phone is folded upright, manual settings for Pro and Pro video modes will appear on the bottom of the screen so you can easily control ISO, shutter speed, and other settings.

Select multiple pictures in Capture view – [Only Z Fold]
While using Capture view on the main screen, you can now press and hold to select multiple pictures. After selecting, you can share or delete them all at once.

Enhanced remaster previews
Thumbnail images are now shown below the image you’re remastering. Tap a thumbnail to compare the remastered image to the original with a larger view.

Apply effects more easily
Filter and tone effects in Gallery now use a dial instead of a slider making it easier to make precise adjustments with just one hand. 

Copy and paste effects
You can now copy and paste filters and tones from one picture you’ve edited to another.

Additional changes

Drag and drop with two hands
Start dragging files, app icons, or other items with one hand, then use your other hand to navigate to the folder or location where you want to drop them. Supported in My Files and the Home screen.

Continue using your phone while charging another device – [Only Z Fold]
Open your phone with the main screen facing down. You can charge your Galaxy Buds, Galaxy Watch, or another device using wireless power sharing on one side. At the same time, you can continue using your phone with the cover screen on the other side.

Listen to Auracast broadcasts
Use your phone to find and listen to nearby Auracast broadcasts with your Galaxy Buds2 Pro or other devices that support Bluetooth LE Audio.

Keep storage space available
When you’re running low on space in your internal storage, app cache information will be shown when you analyze storage in My Files. Clearing app caches can help you free up space without deleting files or apps.

Enhanced memory management in Device care
More information is provided about apps using memory on your phone, giving you the option to put apps to sleep if too much memory is being used.

Change your mode from the Lock screen
Change between Sleep mode, Driving mode, and other modes directly from the Lock screen.

Customize your layout in Samsung Internet
When you choose to show the address bar at the bottom of the screen, the tab bar and bookmark bar will also be shown at the bottom.

If you are the owner of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4, you should soon receive the notification regarding the availability of the update to the One UI 5.1.1, but if you do not want to wait you can manually proceed to the download and next installation of the update by following the pathSettings -> Software Update -> Download and install.


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Samsung Galaxy S21 series is receiving June 2024 security update in Europe 

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We are in the middle of the month, and Samsung is rolling out this month’s June 2024 security patch for Galaxy S21 smartphones in the European market. 

Samsung Galaxy S21 series, which includes three models – Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra, is receiving a new June 2024 security patch in Europe. The brand has already rolled out this update for the Galaxy S21 smartphone in the US on the Verizon network. The update for the European market has arrived with its specific firmware version, as mentioned here – 

  • Galaxy S21 – G991BXXSBGXED
  • Galaxy S21+ – G996BXXSBGXED
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra – G998BXXSBGXED

Samsung’s June 2024 security update fixed all the bugs and known issues that were housed in the previous version and were creating some inconvenience while performing a few functions. Since all the bugs were fixed with the update, it will surely enhance the overall system software. 

The June 2024 security patch fixes 59 security vulnerabilities to upgrade the security and privacy of the device. It also boosts the overall system performance, security, reliability, and stability of the device to deliver a seamless and flawless performance. 

The Galaxy S21 users currently receding in Europe are eligible to download the update. Interested users can easily download the update by just following simple steps – Go to Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.   

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Samsung released June 2024 security patch for Galaxy Fold 5, Flip 5, Fold 4, Flip 4, Fold 3 & Flip 3 

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The Korean brand Samsung is releasing a June 2024 security patch for several Galaxy foldable devices. 

A bunch of Galaxy foldable devices include Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, Galaxy Z Fold 3, and Galaxy Z Flip 3. All of these devices are receiving the update in the US on the Verizon network. Each of the devices getting this new update with their identification firmware version as mentioned below –

  • Galaxy Z Fold 5 – F946USQS3CXE9
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5 – F731USQS3CXE9
  • Galaxy Z Fold 4 – F936USQS5FXF1
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4 – F721USQS5FXF1
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 – F926USQS6IXF2
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 – F711USQS7IXF2 

Samsung has already released the June 2024 security patch for several devices. However, this update does not bring any significant upgrades or notable changes; it fixes all the bugs and known issues. The update fixes all the security vulnerabilities, which will enhance the overall security and privacy of these devices. 

The update brings approximately 60 patches to fix multiple vulnerabilities. More particularly, Google has offered 37 patches to be applied to the Android OS. This June 2024 security patch boosts the stability, reliability, and overall system software of the devices mentioned above. 

If you own any of the devices mentioned above, you can easily download this latest security patch in three steps: Go to Settings >> Software Update >> Download and install.

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Samsung June 2024 security patch only to Fan Edition Galaxy devices in a batch to verizon network

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Samsung is expanding its June 2024 security patch to more Galaxy devices to enhance the overall system security. 

The Korean giant has already rolled out the June 2024 security patch to several Galaxy devices in different regions. Now Verizon is releasing a June 2024 security update to fan edition Galaxy devices, including Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy S21 FE, Galaxy S21 FE (2022), and Galaxy S23 FE. The brand has released the update with the specific firmware version for each device so owners can easily identify the update – 

  • Galaxy S20 FE – G781VSQSEHXE3
  • Galaxy S21 FE – G990USQSBGXF1
  • Galaxy S21 FE (2022) – G990U2SQS9GXF1
  • Galaxy S23 FE – S711USQS4CXE3 

The June 2024 security update brings approximately 60 patches to fix different vulnerabilities and deliver seamless performance. Google has brought 37 patches that will be applied to the Android OS. On the other hand, Samsung has also added some exclusive patches to enhance the security of its Galaxy devices exclusively. 

The update will also boost and upgrade the reliability, stability, and overall system software to deliver a flawless experience. You can easily download the update by following the steps mentioned here – go to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install. 

If your device hasn’t received the update yet, you can wait since the brand is gradually rolling out the update. It is expected that soon, it will make this patch available to more devices.

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