Samsung One Hand Operation+ Gets New Customization Feature in One UI 6

Samsung introduced the One UI 6 beta program a couple of months ago, which is still running on several Galaxy devices. The beta program is also known as the testing phase of any software, which is very necessary when the company takes feedback and brings more improvements to the device. At the same time, the Korean giant is also working on improving the compatibility of the stock applications.

In the last few weeks, Samsung has already pushed the updates for several applications that have grabbed the support of One UI 6, which means they are now ready to use on the One UI 6 install devices. Samsung has just put out an update for the One Hand Operation+ Good Lock plugin. This update comes with a couple of new options for customizing how it works. There’s even a special feature that’s only available if you’re using Android 14/One UI 6.0.

The One-Hand Operation+ is a Good Lock module that brings several customization options that will make it easy to run your device with one hand. For instance, you can set various functions for horizontal, diagonal, up/down, and diagonal gestures. Once you get used to using short gestures, you can set more features for long swipe gestures.

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Samsung has rolled out a new update for the application, which comes with version number With the latest update, you will get more new features, like a Recent Apps page on Quick Launcher and support for split/popup views on Quick Launcher. Additionally, the hide handle feature is removed as well, and new bug fixes are introduced that will enhance the app experience.

With the latest update, when you assign a gesture to open the quick launcher, you can choose to see the apps you’ve recently used before your list of favorite apps. You also have the option to long-press an app’s icon to open it in split-screen mode or as a pop-up window. However, the pop-up window feature is only available in One UI 6.0 for some reason, but the split-screen mode works on previous One UI versions.

On the downside, the update removes the “hide handle” option from the list of things you can assign actions to. So, you can no longer use swipe gestures to turn off One Hand Operation+. The update also includes some general bug fixes and improvements to make the plugin work better. The latest update of the application is available to download; you can easily do that via the Galaxy Store.

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