One UI 6.1 will fix the ‘Screen Down’ issue of One Hand Operation+


The most talked-about subject in recent times has been One UI 6.0, and with every passing day, new features and specifications surface online. But things are getting far behind for One UI 6.1, and there have been talks regarding the upcoming update, which will be pre-installed with the Galaxy S24 series. Samsung Moderator has stated that the One Hand Operation+ issue will be solved in the One UI 6.1. Samsung has admitted to having a one-hand operation and window size issue. One UI 6.1 will address this, citing the research of X user.

Even if the core of the issue has been fixed, the deployment is probably not going to happen until February 2024. When utilizing the One Hand Operation+ app’s “Screen Down” feature, the moderator discovered that there is a problem with the window size being initialized in One Hand Operation mode.

If this is an issue for you as well, be assured that a solution will arrive in your Galaxy next year. But we need to wait and witness the enhancements and flaws detected in the One UI 6.1 after the release of the Galaxy S24 series. We can expect more AI-integrated features accompanied by the One UI 6.1 update; this will be the key feature behind the Galaxy AI Experience.

What is one-handed mode?

With the help of the one-handed mode function, you can use one hand to navigate your smartphone more effectively. While one-handed mode is enabled, you can quickly access alerts, app content, and other features by dragging down the top half of your screen.

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