Samsung rolled out Android 14-based One UI 6.0 beta 9 for the Galaxy S23 lineup, which seems to be the final beta update of the One UI 6 beta program, and after this, the brand could introduce this update as a stable version. With this the update, finally, the Good Lock app gets One UI 6.0 support, along with a new play/pause and cancel button while upgrading the modules. Here in this article, we are discussing the detailed twerks that have arrived with this beta update.
Samsung Good Lock is one of the most convenient applications, along with multiple downloadable utilities or modules that help users customize their devices or provide extra functionality. Good Lock is a customization suite. There are 20 modules in the Samsung Good Lock, as per the user’s convenience, that perform different functionalities.
With the beta 9 update, the Good Lock app gets One UI 6.0 support. Apart from this, one more noticeable thing: the update has brought a new ‘Play/Pause’ and ‘Cancel’ button that offers more controlling power over the module’s updating process. So now, whenever the users download the update for any of the modules, they will see two new play, pause, and cancel buttons. While updating the module according to their convenience, the users can now pause or end the ongoing updating process.
The buttons play, pause, and cancel are placed sequentially beside the module’s name. While tapping on the pause button, the updating process pauses, and instead of that button, the download icon will appear. And whenever they want to end the downloading cycle, they can click the cancel button.
This new change will enhance the user’s update downloading experience and give more power to the users for their convenience.
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