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Galaxy Phone Screen Gone Yellow? Here’s How to Fix the One UI 6.0 Issue

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For a number of Galaxy devices, Samsung has released the One UI 6.0 upgrade, which is based on Android 14. The South Korean tech giant has also included many new features and design changes with the updated software. But it appears that there are a few problems included in the most recent version of the Android skin.

Users allege that OLED screen devices lack burn-in prevention with the One UI 6 upgrade. Although the One UI 6.0 software adds new functions and makes modifications to the user interface, certain models have problems with the screen’s yellow tint and lack of burn-in prevention.

After downloading One UI 6.0, several Galaxy customers reported that their phone’s screen was starting to display a yellow tint. The issue was first reported by the source, SamMobile, that there are several users who are reporting the yellow screen flaw and also stated some fixes regarding it. But the affected users can take a rest assured breath as this is not something related to hardware; the issue tends to be a software issue. Samsung’s Eye Comfort Shield function and Android’s built-in Night Light feature appear to be at odds, which might explain the yellow tint on Galaxy phones.

The team is aware of the issue and is preparing to provide a software remedy shortly, as per a notable disclosure made by a corporate executive. As of now, to get rid of this issue, the founding source has shared some steps with the affected users,

  • Downloading and installing the Nova Launcher software from the Google Play Store on your Galaxy smartphone
  • Navigate to Settings -> Apps -> Select Default Apps -> Nova to make it your device’s default app launcher.
  • After that, go to the home screen, and your device should launch the Nova launcher.
  • To open a pop-up, long-press any vacant space on your home screen. Navigate to that menu by swiping from the bottom of the screen. In the first row, the Nova app displays its widgets. Pick a widget to drag and drop onto the home screen from the Activity row.
  • At this point, a brand new screen named Activity shows up. Once you reach the “Settings” option, scroll down and click it.
  • Select the “Settings$NightDisplaySuggestionActivity” entry from the drop-down list. It’s hard to find because the activity’s name is printed in tiny type beneath the Settings sub-header.
  • Your phone’s home screen should now display the Settings button, which has a moon-shaped symbol. When you tap on it, the Night Light screen appears.
  • Turn off the “Use Night Light” toggle on the lights. Moreover, confirm that none is selected for its timetable.

Thanks to “SamMobile


Aastha is a Author of Samlover.com. With a degree in Engineering with IT, Aastha is deeply immersed in the realm of technology. Specializing in Android and Hardware. She is Passionate about technology at the service of digital entertainment that can be used through any platform. Music, movies and video games have always taken up a good part of his free time, but he doesn't give up outdoor activities, from simple walks to cycling and skiing. He has been producing editorial content for SamLover since 2022 and has run a computer and telephony store for 3 decades.

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Samsung Galaxy A33 Receives One UI 6.1 Update in South Korea

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Samsung is continuously rolling out the One UI 6.1 update to eligible Galaxy devices; however, after introducing the update to almost every device but in limited regions, the company is now expanding the update to more regions. Like now, it has started rolling out the update for the Galaxy A33 devices in more regions.

One UI 6.1 available for Galaxy A33 in South Korea

Notably, the Galaxy A33 devices have already grabbed the One UI 6.1 update in Europe and in some Asian countries, including Singapore. Now,  moving forward, the device is starting to get a new update in South Korea. The latest update for the device is coming with the firmware version number A336NKSU7EXE3. The update is coming with several new features that will make the device more creative. It is worth noting that the company hasn’t introduced the latest May 2024 security patch; instead, it is still using the April 2024 security patch.

According to the official changelog, the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A33 will bring several new features under the Gallery, settings, Samsung Health, Keyboard, and many more. The update will ultimately enhance the user experience while using the existing features. To explore all the features, you can check out this article.

The latest update for the Galaxy A33 is now live in South Korea. Users can easily check and install the latest update by following some simple steps: First, go to the system settings, then tap on the software update menu, choose the option download island install, and if it shows a new update, hit the download button.

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One UI 6.1 is live for Galaxy A52 4G

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Samsung has already distributed the One UI 6.1 update for several Galaxy devices, but it is still not able to deliver the update to all the eligible devices, so to expand it gradually to more devices, the company has started rolling out the update for the Galaxy A52 4G devices.

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The Galaxy A52 4G is getting the One UI 6.1 update with the firmware version number A525FXXU6FXD2. The update has been initiated for the device in Russian, and soon it will be available in more regions in the next few days.

OneUI 6.1 features

For your information, the One UI 6.1 update for the Galaxy A52 is coming with a lot of new features that will improve the functioning of the devices. By adding some new features, such as new features for editing the images, like new AI recommendations for enhancing the photos and videos with new suggestions, you can easily copy and paste the images. 

Along with this, there are some new customization options introduced for Galaxy users, which include new wallpaper editing features, widgets, alarm alerts, personalized calendars, reminder alerts, reorder modes, and many more. If you want to try all the features, then you must update the device to the latest version.

To take advantage of the latest firmware version number, you must go to the system settings and then tap on the software update menu. If you have received the update, tap on the download button.

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Galaxy S24 Ultra Camera Fixes Coming with One UI 6.1.1 Update

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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra is one of the most appreciated smartphones in terms of camera hardware and software; however, after using the device for a couple of months now, users are facing several issues with the camera software. Now, the good news is that the company will soon release a bug fix update in the next few weeks.

The Galaxy S24 ultra-camera fix is near

Earlier in April, it was expected that the company would provide the camera fix update with the April 2024 update, but later a popular tipster, Ice Universe, claimed that the update was shifted to June. Now that it has been reclaimed, it will be available with the One UI 6.1.1, which is on the way to arrive next month. The tipster has shared a screenshot of the new firmware for the Ultra variant as S928BXXU2AXEB.

Several users have faced different issues related to camera software, such as faulty white balance, the camera struggling to accurately render followers, and the telephoto image also creating movement, which lacks the quality of the photos. On the other side, some users also experience overexposure issues and an abnormal red color. So it is expected that the Korean giant will fix these issues in the next few days.

However, there is no confirmation available about the exact date of availability of the update; it is expected that the update will be available before the release of the Galaxy Fold 6 and Galaxy Z Flip 6 smartphones. For your information, the sixth generation foldable will be introduced at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event, which is expected to be organized on July 10.

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