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Here’s how to add Widgets on your Galaxy Z Flip 3’s Cover Display

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3

With the Galaxy Z Flip 3, Samsung has made a major change in Cover Display, and it could be the biggest change in the device. Now it’s great and bigger in size.

Samsung says it is four times bigger than the previous Galaxy Z Flip, but specs do not indicate that. It moves from a 1.1-inch oval screen to a 1.9-inch screen from the top of the phone.

Now that Cover Display is so big, it is also very useful. You can see the notifications and actually read them. In fact, you can read two notices at a time, and scroll through them. But Samsung also added a way to add widgets to Cover Display. Allows you to swipe over to see things like the weather, your current music/podcasts, and a few other things.

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Today, in this article we will show you how to add widgets to the Galaxy Z Flip 3 Cover Display, and how to rearrange these widgets.

How to add Widgets to Galaxy Z Flip 3’s Cover Display

  • Drag down the notification screen.
  • Tap on the gear icon in the corner, to get into the Settings.
  • Scroll down to “Cover Screen” and tap on it. The second section with the Display, Home Screen and Lock Screen options.
  • Next, tap on “Widgets”.
  • Here you can turn on and off the different widgets that appear on the Cover Display. (include Weather, Music, Today’s Schedule, Next Alarm, Samsung Health, and Timer)
  • Now tap on the toggles for those Widgets you want to appear on the Cover Display.

And now you are all ready. Now in Cover Display, you can swipe right to left to access these unique widgets. If you swipe left, you’ll open notifications.

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How to reorder Widgets on Cover Display

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You can also reorder the widgets on the Cover Display to your liking. To do this, do the following:

  • Open up Settings.
  • Tap on Cover Screen.
  • Then tap on Widgets.
  • Next, tap on “Reorder” in the upper right-hand corner.

On this screen, you can drag and drop widgets to your liking. Remember that this will only show you the widgets you have enabled. So if something is missing, go back and enable the widget(s) missing. And now you are all ready. The widgets will not appear this way in Display Display.

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One UI 4.0 Tip: How to use Single take on Samsung devices?

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Samsung’s One UI 4 beta based on Andriod 12 is currently available for the Galaxy S21 series smartphone users in select regions. The company has recently released the most awaited One UI 4 beta 3 for this high-end series which brings several new features and improvements for the Beta users.

In addition to this, the Korean tech giant also confirmed to announce the stable Andriod 12 update for Galaxy devices later this year. Android 12 based One UI 4 comes with new and improved customization and privacy capabilities that give users control over many aspects of their mobile experience.

With One UI 4, users can get custom options at any time. Rich theme options allow users to adjust the appearance and functions of the device and provide them with tools to configure the home screen, icons, notifications, wallpapers, etc. Moreover, the redesigned and upgraded widgets provide deep customization-from visibility to appearance.

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Single Take on One UI 4:

With Single Take, you can now add extra time while recording so you don’t miss important moments. After recording, the content selection menu has been improved to help you easily choose the perfect shot. A strange deletion in the camera settings menu is the option to automatically use the wide-angle lens for group selfies.

Capture more in each shot by taking both photos and videos at the same time. This shooting mode uses AI to create high-quality images and videos from multiple angles. The number of images and videos may vary.

  1. From Camera, swipe to Single take.
  2. Tap 10s and select a timer option.
  3. Tap Record and pan around the scene to capture multiple angles and views.
  4. The videos and images will be saved as a single entry in the Gallery

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One UI 4.0 Tip: Color Themes (Material You) with different color schemes

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With the One UI 4 Beta 2, Samsung has added various tweaks to the user interface and functionality. And, the new version brings some new features and performance improvements too. One of the most important changes is the ability to dynamically apply your theme using the colors drawn in the current wallpaper.

This feature is one of the bases of Google’s Material You redesign on Android 12 on Pixel devices. The Samsung One UI 4.0 beta 2 dynamic theme engine doesn’t seem to behave as well as Google’s Monet on Pixel, but it brings an extra layer of custom to the UI one users have been asking for.

Samsung One UI 4.0 Colour Themes Feature 

The most notable change to the One UI beta 2 is the new color Themes options. This feature is enabled by long pressing on the home screen and navigating to the ‘Wallpaper’ menu. It is important to note that enabling this feature provides you with different color schemes to choose from. Each of these palettes is drawn to your current wallpaper.

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How to choose Colour Themes on Galaxy S21 series

  • Enabled by long pressing on the Home Screen.
  • Navigating to the Wallpaper menu.
  • Enabling features with different color schemes to choose from.
  • Color designs are drawn to your current wallpaper.

Samsung’s theming feature is not as compelling as Google. While quick setting tiles have a theme and text accents in settings, you have no theme thumbnails. Color shading is also very different.

It’s easy to see that Google uses a wide variety of colors to put themes in both quick settings and other tones throughout their app. Samsung’s color theme feature seems to include a few colors into the whole theme, with very little variation in tint or gradients.

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One UI 4.0 Tip: How to use Scene optimizer on Samsung devices?

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Samsung is developing the One UI 4 beta program for its several Galaxy devices. Up to now, the company has released its most anticipated One UI 4 Beta 3 for Galaxy S21 series smartphone users in South Korea, which allows users to try out One UI 4’s upgraded features ahead of its official release.

The new One UI 4 comes with a collection of features that provide a more personalized mobile experience to the consumers. Samsung’s One UI user interface brings a unified mobile experience to Galaxy smartphones through simplified and streamlined interactions and a clean and elegant design.

To be mentioned, the basic Camera UI gets a simpler, clearer layout in the Android 12 update, with a preview that shows only the information you need. The scene optimizer button will only appear in the photo mode when there is insufficient light or when you are scanning a document.

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What is Scene optimizer?

Scene Optimizer is a feature first introduced on the Galaxy S9’s intelligent camera that automatically detects what’s in the frame and adjusts accordingly to help you get beautiful photos. It chooses from 32 modes to adjust exposure, contrast, white balance, and more.

How to use it?

  1. Go to the Camera app
  2. Swipe to Photo
  3. Then, tap Scene optimizer.

NOTE:

The Scene optimizer is only available when using the rear camera. The Scene optimizer icon will change automatically based on what the camera detects, such as when taking nature photos or when taking photos in a dark setting.

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