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Here’s how to use Google Pay on Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 (Wear OS)



Samsung Galaxy Watch 4

The Galaxy Watch 4 is Samsung’s latest smartwatch lineup that runs the new and unified operating system called One UI Watch on top of Google’s Wear OS 3. Thanks to the new OS as consumers can now seamlessly access official as well as third-party applications directly from Google Play Store.

In this article, we’re going to tell you how to set up Google Pay on your Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 or Watch 4 Classic. Below, you can check the step-by-step guide. (Credits – AndroidCentral)

  • Open Google Play Store on your Galaxy Watch 4
  • Hit the search button
  • Speak or type Google Pay

  • After searching, hit the send button
  • Tap on Google Pay
  • Tap Install
  • Tap Open.

If you already have Google Pay set up on your phone, your card will automatically import, and you’re done. If you need to enter a card manually, tap the plus icon.

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Note: If you already using Google Pay on your smartphone, then you don’t need to do any further operations. Just start paying directly from your wrist through Google Pay.

  • Switch to your phone.
  • Tap Add a new card.
  • Tap Enter details manually.
  • Enter your card info.
  • Tap Save.
    • If your bank asks, verify your identity with a two-factor code.
  • Tap Done.

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Samsung Galaxy S23: How to apply screen protector, install/remove cases and gadgets



Samsung Galaxy S23 Accessories screen protector case cover

On February 1st, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S23 series for consumers internationally. On February 17, the company announced the availability of a new lineup in 55 countries. Since S23 units have started to get delivered to early buyers, you should know these two crucial tips for your Samsung Galaxy S23.

Samsung officially published two video guides on its YouTube channel. The first video guides you to perfectly apply the screen protector on your Galaxy S23 / Plus / Ultra smartphone. The second shows how you should install and remove cases and gadgets.

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In case you’ve purchased the Galaxy S23 smartphone, it becomes important to apply an external screen protector to keep it safe against accidental scratches. Through the official guide, you can apply a screen protector without leaving any of those annoying bubbles or dust particles trapped underneath.

Here’s how to apply screen protector:


Most customers prefer installing a case to give an extra guard against unwanted drops. However, cases and covers nowadays are also being used to further expand the usability and productivity of smartphones. Below, you can watch a tutorial on how to install and remove cases and gadgets.

Here’s how to install and remove cases & gadgets:

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How to change screenshots folder in Samsung Galaxy: One UI 5.1 Tips and Tricks



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Until the One UI 5.0, there’s no way to customize the folder of saved screenshots. Though, a bit late, Samsung officially brought the ability to change the folder where screenshots and screen recordings are saved, thanks to the new One UI 5.1 update.

Samsung’s One UI saves screenshots and screen recordings in the DCIM folder by default. Most users wanted the ability to customize the screenshots storage folder, and the new One UI 5.1 update makes it possible on Galaxy devices. If you want to know how to change location, follow the steps given below:

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  • Open the Apps Screen, visit System Settings, followed by Advanced features
  • Beside the Smart suggestions, you should see the Screenshots and screen recorder tab, tap on it
  • For Screenshots,
    • Tap the “Save screenshots in” option
  • For the Screen recorder,
    • Tap the “Screen recordings in” option

By changing the location, you can prevent the Google Photos app from backing up screenshots and screen recordings. This is quite useful as screenshots will no longer occupy the storage of Google Photos cloud storage. However, separating them also enhances access to the DCIM folder for important images.

One UI 5.1 is official

On Feb 15, Samsung officially introduced the One UI 5.1 software for older Galaxy devices. Apart from this, the company confirmed that the new software update is coming to several Galaxy devices in the coming weeks. You can check the roadmap here.

One UI 5.1 Features

  • New dynamic weather widget
  • Battery Status Widget
  • Integrated Expert RAW
  • Powerful Photo Remaster
  • Tap face to search person in Gallery
  • Shared family albums in Gallery
  • Spotify recommendation in Smart Suggestions widget
  • Modes and Routines: Custom wallpapers, ringtones, touch sensitivity and fonts
  • Integrated Samsung Notes with Google Meet
  • Multi control between Galaxy Book and smartphones
  • Continue browsing the same pages on their PC
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How to use One UI 5.1 Multi Control feature on your Samsung phone



Samsung’s One UI 5.1 software is here with so many new features and improvements for Galaxy customers. One of the notable features of One UI 5.1 software is Multi Control which lets you operate your smartphone through other Galaxy devices.

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The Korean company has developed new software to create better integration and connectivity throughout the mobile ecosystem, thus introducing new related features to support this goal.

The Multi control feature of the One UI 5.1 software allows the customers to share the mouse, keyboard, and trackpad of their Galaxy Book with Galaxy smartphones and tablets.

Through this, users can effortlessly copy and paste text and drag and drop images from one device to another, with no wired connection required. It also allows you to type a message or other text through your Galaxy laptop.

Here’s how you can use the new Multi-Control feature on your Galaxy S23 phone and Galaxy Book 3 laptop:

One UI 5.1 Multi Control:

First of all, make sure that you have the same Samsung Account, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi connection on your phone and laptop. Now go to the “Settings” of your phone and visit the “Connected devices” menu.

Simply turn on the toggle for “Multi control” and connect your phone to the laptop. You can now control your mobile device through the big screen, keyboard, and mouse on your laptop.

Use the same mouse or touchpad to drag and drop images, links, etc. For a tutorial, watch the video link mentioned below:

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