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Recently, a large number of smartphone and tablet users have reported on various social media platforms regarding the app crashing issues. According to users, whenever they try to access one of the Google applications such as Gmail, Drive, Maps, Amazon, etc. the application doesn’t start and crashes itself.

Further, it was found that Google has mistakenly sent a buggy Android System WebView app update through the Play Store, which is the one and only reason behind this severe app crashing issue. As you know, this application used to display web content on various applications.

Along with smartphone users of several OEMs, this error mainly reported by the Galaxy S21, Galaxy A50, Galaxy S8, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy A71 users. Meanwhile, Google has also addressed the issue and is working on a fix and the source was identified as WebKit.

In addition, the company provides a temporary solution to solve this problem, if you encounter such a problem on your smartphone, you can try it as a temporary solution. Simply, head towards the Settings of your device and then go to Apps. Select the Android System WebView and then click on the hamburger menu on the top right. Lastly, hit the Uninstall Updates button.

Moreover, Google is also working to deliver a new update with a permanent fix for this critical bug. However, the update is currently rolling out in batches, so it may take some time to reach your device. You can also check manually for the latest version of the Android System Webview app which comes with bug fixes.

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James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues 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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One UI 6.1 bans deleting Secure Folder, Samsung’s working on fix

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One UI 6.1 secure Folder issue

Users of Galaxy smartphones running Samsung‘s One UI 6.1 have reported that they are unable to delete the Secure Folder app after installing its update. This issue is mainly affecting flagship devices that recently received the One UI 6.1 update. Due to this issue, users are not able to use this app at their convenience.

However, Samsung has acknowledged the issue with the Secure Folder app in its latest One UI 6.1 update. This issue affects several flagship devices including the Galaxy S23 series, Galaxy S23 FE, Galaxy Z Fold 5, Galaxy Z Flip 5, and Galaxy Tab S9.

According to the community moderator, the issue occurred while integrating the latest Google security policies, resulting in the distribution of a non-deletable version of the Secure Folder app, specifically version 1.9.10.27.

The Korean tech giant is preparing to release a fix to address this problem. Users will be able to download the updated app through the Galaxy Store. To update, simply open the Galaxy Store, search for ‘Secure Folder’, and select the update option.

Users are encouraged to update their Secure Folder app as soon as the new version is available to maintain optimal performance and security of their personal data.

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One UI 6.1 folder background issue to be resolved in next Home Up update

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Samsung One UI 6.1 Hoem Up new features

One UI 6.1 update offers several new features and Galaxy AI for the Galaxy S23 series as well as some unexpected bugs and changes, particularly in the way folder backgrounds are displayed. But the good news is that Samsung will fix the One UI 6.1 folder background issue with the next Home Up update.

Previously, with One UI 6.0, users had the option to adjust the background blur to a near-transparent 1% using the Home Up Good Lock app feature. However, the recent upgrade to One UI 6.1 has resulted in an unexpected opacity of folder backgrounds.

Users have reported that despite attempts to turn the Home Up feature off and on like a reset, the folder background remains unaffected and completely opaque. This is different from the Apps screen, which still responds to adjustments in HomeUp settings.

In response to these concerns, a community moderator has confirmed that a solution is underway with a new update of the Home Up app. The next update of this Good Lock module will resolve the non-responsive background blur control issue for folders. The update is expected to be available soon and will restore the customization options that users have been missing.

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Samsung One UI 6.1 battery draining haunts Galaxy Z Flip 5, Fold 5 users

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Samsung Fold Flip 5 April 2024 update US

Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update for Samsung‘s Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5 introduced new features and Galaxy AI in late March 2024. Along with these new One UI 6.1 features, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 users are also experiencing some issues, one of which is battery draining.

Users have noticed that after the One UI 6.1 update, their phone’s battery does not last long. Although Samsung has not yet officially acknowledged the problem, it has become noticeable through user discussions on various online platforms, including Samsung’s community forum and Reddit.

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It’s common for new software updates to cause unexpected problems, and companies usually release further updates to resolve them. However, Samsung is currently not aware of this issue nor has provided any solution, but hopefully, the company will fix the battery drain issue in a future update.

Till then, you can enable these two features on your One UI 6.1 running Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 smartphones to extend battery life if you are also facing draining issue.

Battery Protection:

Open Settings menu >> Tap on the Battery option >> Select Battery Protection feature >> Turn it on by tapping on the toggle.

Process Data Only On Device

Visit Settings >> Tap on the Advanced Settings >> Click on Advanced Intelligence >> Select the ‘Process Data Only On Device’ option >> Tap on the toggle to turn it on.

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