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One UI 6.0’s New Voice Cloning Feature Lets You Answer Like Yourself

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Users may now answer calls with a voice that isn’t just any AI-generated sound thanks to Samsung’s second One UI 6 beta release for the Galaxy S23 series. Samsung debuted the new Bixby Text Call function during the One UI 5.0 launch. This feature was made accessible to English speakers early in the next year via the One UI upgrade. With Samsung Bixby Text Call, you can take calls silently. Before picking up the phone, you may use this to determine who is calling and why. When you use Bixby Text Call to answer the phone, Bixby picks up for you, informs the caller that you’re using Bixby voice assistant, and inquires as to why they are calling.

For One UI 6.0, things are getting enhanced as the second beta version brings a significant one: the firm now offers users the option to answer the calls with a voice, which is not only the AI-generated voice but a bespoke voice that has been created to match the original voice of the users. This newer functionality debuted in the Galaxy S23 series first, just like other upgrades. It is quite interesting to think that now a custom voice that sounds like their own can be created instead of making use of Bixby’s stock voice.

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In the Phone app’s settings, select the Bixby Text Call menu to give this feature a try. The new option can be enabled by following the process of creating a custom voice, which is shown after choosing language and choice, and then tapping the Add Voice option. After clicking that, you should record at least ten sample phrases, which will be used in creating the bespoke voice model. Due to the voice model’s apparent accent, the feature is now limited to Bixby Text Call users who have their language set to English (United States).

A reporter from Android Police found this when he tested the resulting voice, which was similar to his but with an American accent. However, this isn’t it, as the second beta rollout brings many significant functionalities. As promised by the firm earlier, the bugs found in the first version were fixed in the second beta with additional animations.


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Samsung Galaxy A13 getting One UI 6.1 update in Asian countries

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Yesterday, Samsung rolled out the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A13 4G device, while earlier it had already served the update to the 5G units of the devices; however, the update was limited to the European units. Now, moving forward, the company has started getting new updates for the Asian countries.

Samsung has rolled out the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A13 4G device in several Asian countries, including Malaysia and India, and it is expected that the company will introduce the update to more devices. The latest update is coming with the firmware version numbers A135FXXU7EXF2 and A135FXXU7EXF1, for India and Malaysia, respectively. It is also worth noting that the update also brings a June 2024 security patch for the devices, which will enhance the overall security of the devices.

The One UI 6.1 update has brought several new features and enhancements to the existing features. For instance, you will get several new customization options under the different heads, including wallpaper editing, alarm alerts, calendars, reminders, and many more. 

Along with this, the update will also enhance device connectivity and sharing capabilities, like the Quick Share integration with nearby Share, which will give Galaxy users the ease to share content on any Android device. Now,  it has grabbed a new application called Samsung Find, which will allow users to track their device’s real-time location. Similar to these, there are many new features that have arrived. If you want to explore all of them, then you can visit this article.

If you are using the Galaxy A13 4G in any of the of the above-mentioned countries or any other Asian country, then you can check the update by simply following these steps: First, go to the system settings, then tap on the software update option. Here, here touch the download and install option. If it shows a new update available, tap on the download button.


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Samsung Galaxy A13 LTE gets One UI 6.1 update in Europe

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Last month, Samsung rolled out the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A13 in Europe, but at that time, the update was limited to the 5G variant. Now, the company has started rolling out the update for the 4G variants in Europe.

Samsung A13 LTE Receives One UI 6.1 update

Samsung has rolled out the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A13 LTE in Europe with the firmware version number A137FXXU5EXE3. It is worth noticing that the company is still using the May 2024 security patch update with the latest update. The One UI 6.1 update will provide several new improvements that allow users to use many new features.

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Samsung has introduced several useful features and improvements to the existing features. According to the official changelog, there are some new customization features arriving in different functions, including wallpaper, lock screen widgets, alarm alerts, calendar reminders, and many more.

Along with this, the company has also strengthened other aspects of smartphones, including security and privacy. Now that data protection is enhanced in the Samsung Cloud, it brings you past security sign-ins with passkeys.

Apart from these, the company also added some more minor but notable changes under the keyboard: voice input, weather widget, Finder, battery, and much more. If you want to enjoy all the features and update your drive to the latest version,

If you are using the Galaxy A13 4G in Europe, then you can check for the update with these simple steps: Go to the system settings, tap on the software update option, then touch the download and install button. If it shows a new update available, then tap on the download button. 


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Samsung Galaxy A25 5G and Galaxy A14 4G receive One UI 6.1 in the Middle East

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Samsung has already rolled out the One UI 6.1 update to the Galaxy A25 5G and Galaxy A14 5G devices in several regions, including Europe and the US; however, the company hasn’t been successful in providing the update to all the devices, so it is now expanding the update to the Middle Eastern units.

Galaxy A25 and Galaxy A14 5G are spotted receiving the One UI 6.1 update in the Middle East with these firmware version numbers: A256EXXU4BXE3 and A145FXXU6CXF1, respectively. With the latest update, the company has brought several new features, which will ultimately lead to improving the user experience. 

Samsung has brought some new features with One UI 6.1. According to the official changelog, the latest update will provide several new features. You can now have the ability to copy and paste images to another; it has improved the Gallery search; and many more.

With the latest update, users can have several new customization options applied to different existing functions, including wallpaper, lock screen, customized alarm alerts, calendar settings, and many more.

If you want to explore all the new features arriving for the device, you can visit this article. To get the latest update, you just need to go to the software update menu via system settings.

The Galaxy A14 was introduced last year with Android 13 pre-installed, and then it grabbed one major update in the form of One UI 6 and Android 14.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy A25 was also introduced last year in the final quarter, so the device has debuted in the market with Android 14 pre-installed. Both of the devices are eligible to get at least four major updates, but as the Galaxy A14 already received a major update, it will now get three more major updates in the future.


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