Samsung Galaxy Note 10 line up was launched last year with high-end features. These devices offer many premium features such as a dynamic AMOLED display, a powerful processor, S-Pen, and much more.
These smartphones come pre-installed with the Android 9 based One UI 1.1 and these devices are now receiving the beta of Android 11 based One UI 3.0. While testing the beta for these devices, some of the Galaxy Note 10 users reported a new bug with the One UI’s launcher.
According to the One UI 3.0 beta users, the One UI home launcher suddenly crashing and shows an error message on the screen and when the users try to open the app drawer it does not bring any apps. When the users are unable to fix the issue they’ve reported it to the Samsung community page.
In response to this problem, users facing this issue can report it on the Samsung Members app and report it as a bug and wait for a patch to rollout by the company.
Fix for Circle to search and Google Assistant bug is coming
Circle to Search is a new way to search for anything on your phone with a simple gesture and without switching apps. The feature debuts with the Galaxy S24 series and now some users are reporting a bug with Circle to search and Google Assistant functions.
As per the details, Circle to Search and Google Assistant are interfering with each other when holding the bottom gesture bar, and sometimes it also triggers a swipe. However, this leads users to disruption and is ruining the overall experience with their all-new flagship Galaxy devices.
Therefore, Samsung is aware of this Circle to Search and Google Assistant bug and will address it with future OS updates. It means, Galaxy S24 device owners who are getting troubled with this crashing issue, will just need to have patience as a fixe for this annoying glitch is coming.
Consequently, the moderator has not revealed the exact time or date, but we can expect it to be released soon. To be mentioned, Circle to Search offers an opportunity to optimize written and visual content to be more discoverable by gesture searches. Accordingly, the feature is available on Galaxy S24 and Pixel 8 devices so far.
How to fix Samsung Account login issue on One UI 6.1 devices
Some Galaxy S24 users have reported that they are unable to log in to their Samsung account on their devices. The Samsung Account issue is caused by the Adguard app on One UI 6.1 devices, which blocks the Samsung account server as an ad-related site.
Samsung has acknowledged the Samsung account issue and suggested a temporary solution for affected users. Users can either disable the Adguard app and log in to their Samsung account, or change the private DNS option to ‘Automatic (recommended)’ and retry.
You can easily change the private DNS option, just need to go to Settings >> Connections >> More connection settings >> Private DNS >> Select Automatic (recommended) and save.
This should allow users to access their Samsung account without any issues. Samsung has not yet announced when they will release a permanent fix for this issue. Users who have installed the Adguard app on their One UI 6.1 devices are advised to try the temporary solution until Samsung resolves the Account issue.
Samsung Account is a service that allows users to sync their data, access exclusive features, and get personalized support for their Galaxy devices. Users who are unable to log in to their Samsung account may miss out on some of these benefits.
Samsung shares temporary solutions to fix apps folder issue
Some Samsung Galaxy users have reported that they are facing issues while opening the Apps folder after deleting an app from it on their device. They are not able to open the Apps folder again. This is because the internal information in the folder is not completely deleted, which causes some errors in the system.
Fortunately, Samsung shares some temporary solutions that can help you access your apps until the issue is resolved. The first one is to restart your device, which may refresh the system and clear some caches.
Another option is to force stop the One UI Home app, which is responsible for the home screen and app drawer. To do this, open Settings app >> Applications >> One UI Home >> tap Force Stop and confirm. This will stop the app from running and restart it automatically.
However, these solutions are not permanent and the issue may occur again. Also, there is no need to worry as Samsung is aware of the issue and is planning to deliver a software update that will fix it.
If you see a software update notification on your device, make sure to download and install it as soon as possible. To manually check for updates, go to Settings >> Software Update >> Download and Install.