Recently, Samsung has started to roll out the first One UI 3.0 beta build for the Galaxy S10 series smartphones after a long time of the announcement for these devices. Yesterday, the company has begun sending One UI 3.0 beta update for Galaxy S10 phones in several eligible countries including South Korea, India, and UK.
Like any other beta testings, the One UI 3.0 beta also comes with some issues. A new problem is coming to light regarding the most important function of a smartphone, the Camera.
Some Galaxy S10 device owners reported on the community forum that when they are zooming in/out in their phone’s camera app, a green screen appears randomly on the touchscreen of the smartphones.
Adding to this, another Galaxy S10 owner told that the screen flashes green and black while performing zoom in/out on the camera. While some beta testers claimed that inside the app folder, some apps have shadows while some apps don’t have shadows.
Following the reports, Samsung Community’s best member informed that these issues also reported by the Galaxy Note 10 series One UI 3.0 beta testers. And these are also occurring on the Galaxy S10 series smartphones. The community member also stated that the fix update will come out soon.
Finally, the Beta Operation Manager suggested users report the error to the Samsung Members app as soon as the symptom occurs by following the steps given below.
Members’ Beta Mode> Beta Send Error> Inquiry/Send Error> Send Error
(Send system log data must be selected, and please fill in the details such as the reproduction path when reporting errors so that you can quickly check the contents of the error. Please do not clean up the process so that the log transmission work is sufficiently completed after sending the error.)
Galaxy Enhance-X app not working on some Samsung devices after One UI 6.0? Here’s what to do
To fix this issue, Samsung recommends Galaxy users delete the cache of the Galaxy Enhance-X app. You can delete the cache through Settings >> Applications >> Galaxy Enhance-X app >> Storage >> Clear cache. It will clear temporary data which may cause the app to crash.
In addition to this, Samsung also advises users to update the Galaxy Enhance-X app to the latest version via the Galaxy Store. The company says that an app update that fixes this problem will be released soon.
Users can check for app updates by opening the Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. By following these steps, users can enjoy the functions of the Galaxy Enhance-X app on their Samsung devices.
Samsung to fix Home Up gesture bug in future update
Samsung Home Up app allows users to customize their home screen and app drawer. However, some Galaxy users have been facing a bug that prevents the Home Up app’s Task Changer from responding to touch or gestures of background apps. Many users have reported this issue on various forums and social media platforms.
However, Samsung has acknowledged the bug and promised to fix it in a future software update. The company’s support team has shared a statement, apologizing for the inconvenience and explaining the cause of the bug. The gesture issue is caused by using the Home Up Good Lock module.
Samsung has not shared a specific date for the software update that will fix the bug, but it is expected to arrive soon. Until then, users can either disable the Task Changer feature or use alternative apps to customize their home screen and app drawer. Hopefully, Samsung will resolve the issue quickly and restore the functionality of the Home Up app.
Here’s how to address Samsung Keyboard theme issue in One UI 6.0
Some Samsung Galaxy users have reported that their keyboard theme is not applied properly after updating their software to One UI 6. The issue seems to be related to the color palette feature, which allows users to customize the background color of their home screen and lock screen.
As per Samsung, the keyboard theme may not match the user’s preference when the color palette is enabled in the settings. The company has confirmed the issue and said that it plans to release a software update that will fix it.
In the meantime, users can resolve this issue temporarily by disabling the color palette feature. To disable the color palette, users need to go to Settings >> Wallpaper and Style >> Color Palette >> Turn off the Color Palette toggle.
Samsung has not announced when the software update will be available, but it is expected to roll out soon. Users are advised to check for updates regularly to install as soon as it will be available.