One UI 3 Beta Program for Devs is now open in the US, South Korea

After launching five new devices at the Galaxy Unpacked 2020 event a couple of days, here’s Samsung sharing the upcoming One UI 3. It’s still in the pre-beta phase for developers so if you are a developer, feel free to join and check out what you can do with the new One UI. This version […]

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Why Google’s Android updates are overrated for Samsung phones now

There’s always a lot of excitement for Google’s Android updates. The company releases a major OS update every year with new features and improvements. There’s always a beta program for select devices and its Pixel smartphones are always the first to get the new update. Third-party OEMs that sell Android devices release the update for […]

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Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra Wireless PowerShare guide

In many respects, the Galaxy S20 series is the culmination of mobile technologies Samsung has been iterating upon for over half a decade. Wireless charging is no exception as with the Galaxy S20’s Wireless PowerShare feature, Samsung allows you to wirelessly charge other devices with your phone.Samsung’s 2019 flagships were the first devices to come […]

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Samsung One UI 2.1 will eventually roll out to Galaxy S9, S10 devices

While some of us are only just recently enjoying the rollout of Android 10 and One UI 2.0 to our devices, we have some news about whether or not One UI 2.1 will eventually reach yours. A Samsung community moderator has confirmed that the latest update to Samsung’s software overlay will roll out to the […]

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Samsung will bring One UI 2.1 update to Galaxy S9, S10, Note 9/10 series

There are only four devices in the world running Android 10 and One UI 2.1 right now, namely the Galaxy S20, S20+, S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Z Flip. The two new lineups ship with the updated version of One UI out of the box, but they won’t enjoy this exclusivity indefinitely.One UI 2.1 will eventually […]

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Samsung Account update makes 2-factor authentication (2FA) mandatory

We’ve previously discussed how Samsung should consider improving the way it informs Samsung Account users of the fact that they can enable 2-factor authentication (2FA) for extra security. After numerous celebrities in South Korea have had their accounts hacked, and following the recent data leak incident involving Find My Mobile notifications, Samsung has now decided […]

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US carriers start rolling out One UI 1.5 update to Galaxy Watch LTE

More than three months ago, Samsung started rolling out Galaxy Watch Active 2 features and watch faces to the Galaxy Watch and the Galaxy Watch Active as a part of the One UI 1.5 software update. Now, the same update is being rolled out to the LTE variant of the Galaxy Watch in the US.All four […]

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How to secure your Samsung account with Two-Step verification

Recent events in South Korea have reminded us why two-factor authentication (2FA) is an important security feature that shouldn’t be overlooked by users. Samsung accounts can be protected with 2FA, or ‘Two-Step verification’ (TSV) as the company calls it, and we advise users to consider enabling this feature if they wish to add an extra […]

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One UI 2.0 spills some features of the Galaxy S11, Galaxy Fold 2

The latest software updates to previous models usually reveal something about the upcoming devices. Take for example this test One UI 2.0 update for the current Galaxy flagship phones, the software’s code shows what could the next-gen Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20 will be having. Not that details are scarce. We know a lot about […]

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Samsung Galaxy Fold on Android 10 One UI 2.0 beta not happening

The Samsung Galaxy Fold is doing good–so far. We’re already referring to the relaunched version that came out after several months of redesign and testing. The second wave of production happened due to early reports of displays breaking. The South Korean tech giant has successfully launched the foldable phone for the second time because it […]

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