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Samsung Galaxy S21 on One UI 4 Beta 2 has router crashing issue, fix here!

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Just a few days ago, Samsung released the One UI 4 Beta 2 update for the Galaxy S21 series users in two markets – South Korea and Germany. With the initial Beta build, users didn’t face any performance and functionality-related issues, while, the One UI 4 Beta 2 reportedly has a severe issue.

Recently, a Galaxy S21 smartphone user reported the router crashing issue after upgrading to the One UI 4 Beta 2. The user said that the Wi-Fi router itself disconnecting the phone every 1 or 2 hours, and he has to reboot the router to re-connect the smartphone.

Following the issue, the user reached the internet service provider – Virgin Media UK, where the support representative recommended try resetting the router completely. However, the situation remains unchanged even after hard resetting the Wi-Fi router.

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After all, the Galaxy S21 smartphone owner shared his concern with other users on the Reddit community where a user suggested him to do the phone’s network settings reset. To be mentioned, this operation erases all of your saved Wi-Fi networks and Bluetooth devices.

After doing the phone’s network settings reset, the Galaxy S21 user confirmed that the router crashing issue is not occurring now and he is using the Wi-Fi connection for five hours. Are you also facing the same issue with your phone on One UI 4 Beta? Let us know in the comments below.

How to reset network settings?

  • Open device Settings
  • Tap on General management
  • Hit the Reset button
  • Select the option, which mentions Reset network settings

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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Galaxy S21 Android 12-based One UI 4 Beta has no Samsung Bixby vibration feedback for some

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Samsung is letting the Galaxy S21 series smartphone users experience the all-new features of the Android 12-based One UI 4.0 version in advance, thanks to the One UI Beta program.

According to the information that emerged so far, the One UI 4 Beta didn’t have any severe issue or bug that reduces the overall user experience. However, the latest one is related to the virtual assistant called Samsung Bixby.

In the Korean community, the Galaxy S21 user shared his concern that the vibration feedback has been disappeared when he long pressed the power button. If you don’t know, long pressing the power button is a command to open Samsung Bixby.

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Following the consumer’s report, we’ve tried to run Bixby by long-pressing the side key, better known as the power button. Just opposite to the concerns, our Galaxy S21 doesn’t have such signs of no vibration feedback as it’s working normally on One UI 4 Beta.

Aside from this, the Samsung community moderator acknowledged the Galaxy S21 user’s report and provided him with some steps to follow and way to report an error. You can know more about it below.

If you press and hold the power button, a weak vibration comes out and Bixby runs, but the vibration feedback does not appear as an error. Try rebooting once and if the same symptom persists, please report an error.

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Samsung Android 12 Material You bug fix coming to Galaxy S21 with One UI 4 Beta 3

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With the One UI 4 Beta 2, Samsung introduced the Android 12’s Material You theming engine for the Galaxy S21 series smartphones. However, the development of this feature is in the very initial stage, it has some performance-related bugs and errors that need to be fixed.

According to the official news, Samsung Beta Operations Manager confirmed that the Material You bug will be fixed with the next One UI 4 Beta update. Recently, the official disclosed that the engineers are working hard to open the One UI 4 Beta 3 rollout this week.

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Some Galaxy S21 series smartphone users reported a bug in the Color Themes feature of the One UI 4 Beta. According to the users, when a color theme is selected after choosing the wallpaper, it works well or a bug appears with a fluorescent color background, however, it gets gone after rebooting.

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User said, “After setting the color theme and returning to the default color, it reboots. The color theme is not applied. Even if I set the wallpaper again and set the default color, it reboots.” [Source]

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Samsung adapted the Material You dynamic theme system of Android 12 to the One UI 4.0 along with adding support for third-party icon packs. This impressive functionality changes the color and feel of the entire user interface following the wallpaper picked by the consumer.

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Galaxy Watch 4 users facing unexpected Continuous Heart Rate graph issue in Samsung Health app

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Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 owners noticed a change in data visualization following the update of the Samsung Health app. The company has installed a new graph that displays data in categories instead of the Continuous Heart Rate graph. Each day is divided by timelines that indicate the ups and downs of that part of the day.

While this seems to be an inoffensive change, some users are not happy with the review. There is no denying that this is a download from the old version of the Samsung Health app. Since accuracy can be a problem for portable devices, users are encouraged to view tracking data only as a reference. Samsung probably wants to show this with a new update.

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Though, it did not take long for conspiracy opinions to circulate online, especially on Reddit (via). Some users claim that the company deliberately separates data from the hidden secrets of the Galaxy Watch 4.

It is worth noting that most of the firmware and their compatible applications use a continuous line graph to show heart rate data. To make matters worse, Samsung customer support has told a Reddit user that users can’t go back to the old version of the Health app.

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The user says the continuous line graph can come back by uninstalling a new version of Samsung Health and installing the old version (ex: v6.18). While this is an unofficial way to fix a problem, it is the only way to save the old graph. Samsung may announce a specification or possibly an option to go back to the old graph to avoid any further issues in this regard.

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