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How to join Samsung One UI 3.0 beta program for Galaxy Note 10 series



Samsung has started the One UI 3.0 public beta program for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series smartphones. Users can now enroll for the One UI 3.0 beta through the Samsung Members app.

Currently, the One UI 3.0 beta program for Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ is only available in South Korea and UK. It will soon be available in the U.S., India, Germany, China, and Poland.

If you participate in the Beta Programme, you will have an opportunity to experience new features and the latest UX. During the Beta Programme, you can also send your feedback and experience about performance, stability, and usability.

Instructions and the details about One UI 3.0 beta registrations are linked below.



It’s highly recommended that you back up your data to your computer with Smart Switch or any other suitable method. Beta updates come with bugs and issues and may cause data loss.



  1. Download the Samsung Members app from Galaxy Apps or Play Store (If not installed)
  2. To participate in the One UI Beta program, you must register on the Samsung Member app on your Samsung device.

HOW TO JOIN ONE UI 3.0 BETA For Galaxy S10 Series:

1. Open Samsung Members

2. Click on the Notice area on the top bar,

3. Tap on Registration of One UI Beta Program

4. Complete and submit the beta application


5. If you have a Samsung Account and meet all the participation criteria, you will be enrolled in the One UI Beta Program.

6. Once the registration process is completed, you will be able to install the software.

You can do this through the settings menu:

  • Settings
  • Software update
  • Download updates manually.


  1. The software update may not be available immediately after registration.
  2. Participation in the One UI Beta Program requires a Samsung Account.
  3. If you do not already have a Samsung Account, create one at
  4. The One UI Beta Program is available only for specific devices, OS versions, and countries.
  5. Beta program period and compatible devices vary by country.
  6. One UI features can differ depending on the device enrolled in the beta program.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Samsung Galaxy S4 and continue to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Samsung One UI 4.1 Tip: How to turn App Drawer Horizontal to Vertical



Samsung One UI Home Apps Screen Drawer

Samsung One UI Home app lacks Vertical App Drawer settings, however, you can still turn it to Vertical scrolling, officially. To do so, you just need to ensure that your Galaxy smartphone supports the Samsung Good Lock app, and Home Up module as well.


By default, Galaxy devices come with Horizontal app drawer, however, this layout reduces the usability for some users as well as generates unnecessary concerns. On the other hand, Vertical layout is the right option as we can simply scroll up and down to navigate an app.

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How to turn App Drawer Horizontal to Vertical

  • Open the Good Lock suite
  • Install a required module named Home Up
  • Via Home Up, access the Home Screen menu
  • Now, tap Apps List and choose the number of columns
  • Finally, activate Apps List and enjoy Vertical App Drawer

Home Up is among the offerings of the Good Lock suite that allows Galaxy consumers to customize their phone’s home screen in many ways. Even so, you can recreate every compatible aspect of the stock One UI launcher, such as home screen layout and folder properties.

Samsung One UI Home Apps Screen Drawer




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One UI Tip: How to enable full screen Caller Image/ID in Samsung phone



Samsung full screen caller image

Phone call is one of the most important functionalities offered by mobile phones. In the era of smartphones, vendors offer different types of interfaces for incoming calls. Talking about Samsung, there’s no ability in the stock Phone app for a full-screen caller image, while, we finally got that hidden toggle.

On the Samsung Phone app, you can force enable Contact Photo Call Background so it can display a contact phone as a call background (full-screen caller image). All you need to do is just download a Pro users app named Shortcut Maker app directly from the Google Play Store.


Once done, open the Shortcut Maker application on your Samsung smartphone and select the 2nd option entitled “Activities” on the homepage. Here, you will get a search feature, just type “labs” and it will show you the Call service where you need to tap the drop-down menu to expand settings.

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Now, hit the “Try this shortcut” button to access the experimental and hidden features of the Samsung Phone app. Yep, everything is done now, just finish the overall procedure by toggling one of the hidden One UI Phone apps features called Contact Photo Call Background.


For a closer knowledge of the process, check out the steps below.

Step 1: Open Shortcut Maker and tap the Activities button

Step 2: Simply search “labs” with the help of the search feature.

Step 3: Now, tap “Try this shortcut” which you can see in the center


Step 4: Finally, toggle the “Contact Photo Call Background” and it’s done!

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Smart One UI 4.1 tips to extend your Samsung phone’s battery life



Samsung One UI 4.1 Battery Extend

Smartphones are nowadays featuring big batteries to run all day with just a single charge. While the battery’s mAh numbers matter the most to consumers, at first sight, better optimization between hardware and software plays a key role.

A lot of recently launched Samsung Galaxy devices are currently running the One UI 4.1 software, based on Android 12 OS. As they do frequently, Samsung just shared a video tutorial showcasing the tips to extend the battery life of your Galaxy devices by using the pre-installed Device care function on One UI 4.1.


In the video, Samsung divided the tutorial into four sections that are as follows:

  1. Overall battery use optimization
  2. Managing battery consumption of apps
  3. Display settings adjustment
  4. Battery status diagnostics

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Overall battery use optimization

As part of extending the battery life of your One UI 4.1-based Galaxy device, Samsung recommends closing unused apps. To do so, simply, head for device Settings, tap Battery, and device care.

Once done, the device will take a while to scan the issues and errors that cause battery drainage. After scanning, you should see a button entitled “Fix now”, now, hit the toggle and wait until the option arrives of “Show apps causing issues”.

  • Check the apps and put them for Deep sleep to restrict high battery usage.

Managing battery consumption of apps

Installed on your Galaxy smartphone, some apps may continue to use up battery in the background even when you closed them in recents. However, you can prevent such problems easily by navigating to the Battery and device care, then tapping on Battery.

Scroll down, and you should see the Background usage limits, beside the Power saving toggle, open it. Here, you can enable the toggle that puts unused apps to sleep as well as there are options to customize them manually among Sleeping, Deep sleeping and Never sleeping apps.

Display settings adjustment

Display, which is the most used part of smartphones nowadays drains a huge amount of battery, however, we can optimize it for even better efficiency. Unlike the above-mentioned two tips, this time, you need to jump to Display section under the device Settings.

  • Enable Dark mode, as it helps minimize battery drain.
  • Motion smoothness, commonly known as Display Refresh rate also helps run the battery for a long, meanwhile, you need to switch it to Standard from Adaptive.

Battery status diagnostics

Even after optimizing the battery health according to the above-listed tutorial, if you still suspect battery drain, it’s time to open the Samsung Members app and tap on the Support tab. Inside the Diagnostics, select Battery status to ensure whether the battery status is optimal or not.

Samsung One UI 4.1 Battery Extend

For more information, check out the video below.

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