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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.

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.

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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’s way to fix Galaxy S22 Camera shutter lag

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Camera Shutter Lag

Samsung Galaxy S22 series devices introduce the most wonderful Camera capabilities in the industry to date. While the Galaxy S22 Ultra is packed with a premium 108MP Camera with up to 100x Space Zoom feature, the standard Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus also equip brilliant AI-powered Camera features.

The Korean tech giant had launched the Galaxy S22 lineup earlier this year, and now preparing to hold another Galaxy Unpacked event sometime in August 2022. Meanwhile, it looks like the aging Galaxy S22 phones are now having performance and lagging issues related to Camera shutter.

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Several users are facing multiple types of issues while using the Camera on their Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, or Galaxy S22 Ultra. The most common issue is Camera shutter lag, which restricts users from taking burst shots by continuously pressing the shutter button.

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Well, Samsung mod. now comes up with effective solutions for fixing the Camera shutter lag issues on the Galaxy S22 series devices.  Meanwhile, the moderator said that such types of issues usually occurs when the available memory of the mobile phone is insufficient.

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How to fix Galaxy S22 Camera shutter lag

Memory Cleanup (RAM)

  • Phone Settings > Battery & Device Care > RAM > Click “Clean Now”

Aside from this, you can also perform the same operation on your Samsung phone as the One UI software has useful widgets for the Device Care function. Simply, add that widget to your phone’s Home screen and tap it regularly for effective memory cleaning in real time.

How to add device care home screen widget

  • Press and hold the wallpaper (empty space) for more than 1 second (long press) > Click the “Widget” icon at the bottom of the screen > Select 1 of 2 “Device Care” > Click “Add” > Click on the home screen Add selected device care (can be freely moved to the desired location).

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Samsung Galaxy S20 phones suddenly started showing green, pink lines on the screen

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Green Pink Line issue

Samsung Galaxy S20 users have been reporting screen problems. The devices have started showing pink and green lines on their display without any falls or crashes, for some users in India.

A large number of affected customers taking the Samsung community, Twitter, Reddit, and other platforms to express the problems that they are facing on their phones. Users are really disappointed and are asking for an early fix.

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According to them, the green and pink lines suddenly appeared on their smartphones. Some users are facing this issue since August last year. Whereas, some of these users state that this problem occurred after the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update on their phones.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Green Pink Line issue

The reason for the appearance of lines on the phone is not clear yet. A couple of months ago, the Samsung support team acknowledged the problem and said that the lines appeared during the normal course of usage.

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A user even took his phone to a Samsung care center and they advised him to change the screen of their phone, which will cost Rs 15,500, more than 20% of the actual phone’s price. In most cases, the issue is been occurring after the end of the warranty period, which means that if it’s really a screen issue, users will have to provide the full charge for screen repair.

This issue has been occurring on all three Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra smartphones, while the number of Galaxy S20+ users is the highest. All these are the flagship phones with a really high cost, we hope that the company will soon provide a fix.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Series Bugs/Issues Tracker [One UI 4.1]

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Bugs Issues

Samsung’s latest flagship lineup the Galaxy S22 series was launched back in February 2022. Even it features the latest software installation alongside the most powerful hardware, the Galaxy S22, S22+ and S22 Ultra consumers are having a lot of bugs & issues in performance, usability and features.

Starting with the apps/games performance throttling, the brand new Galaxy S22 series devices reported having various issues such as overheating and abnormal GPS behavior. Following the consumers’ feedback and reports on different platforms, Samsung has also acknowledged some of the issues.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Bugs Issues

Meanwhile, with our Galaxy S22 series bugs/issues tracker, you can know about the emerging issues on the new Samsung smartphones as well as the company’s acknowledgments and temporary bug fixes. Aside from this, you can also share your concerns with us if you are having any unlisted issues on this page.

Galaxy S22 Bugs/Issues emerged so far

  1. Broken GPS functionality
  2. Apps/Games performance throttling
  3. Horizontal pixellated line across the display
  4. Battery draining

 

Consumer reports on Bugs & Issues

[May 2022] Battery Draining

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Recently, the Samsung Galaxy S22 users are facing the battery draining issue that has caused a lot of trouble for the users as the battery is the main component of the functioning of any smartphone. Read more here

 

[March 2022] Broken GPS functionality

Various Galaxy S22 Ultra users have GPS problems on their phones and the problem persists even after certain updates. As reported, the feature doesn’t work after the phone has been set up for the first time or after extended periods of lack of use. Read more here

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[March 2022] GOS – Apps/Games Throttling

One UI features an app namely Game Optimizing Service on various Galaxy devices. With the Galaxy S22, Samsung had further boosted its functionality causing throttle the performance of some third-party apps and games with high specs. Read more here

 

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[February 2022] Horizontal pixellated line on display

Some of the initial Galaxy S22 Ultra buyers reported that their smartphone had a pixellated line running horizontally across the whole display. Read more here

 

Acknowledgments & temp. solutions

[March 2022] Broken GPS functionality

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A Samsung community moderator reportedly claimed that the developers are currently working on a new software update for the Galaxy S22 series devices, which will fix the GPS issues. Read more here

 

[March 2022] GOS – Apps/Games Throttling

To the Galaxy S22 series, Samsung had released a new firmware update that adds a new option called Alternate game performance management inside the Game Booster app’s Settings. Read more here

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  • Samsung CEO said Sorry over Galaxy S22 throttling controversy – Read here

On the other hand, the company has officially confirmed that the One UI 4.1 update will bring the “Alternate game performance management” to older yet affected Galaxy devices. Read more here

 

[February 2022] Horizontal pixellated line on display

Samsung has reportedly acknowledged the display issues occurring on the Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone and confirmed that a fix software update will be released soon. Read more here

Temp. solution

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Samsung recommended the Galaxy S22 Ultra consumers change the screen mode to Vivid or resolution to FHD+ until the software update arrives.

  • To change screen mode, head to: settings > display > Screen mode > select vivid
  • To change screen resolutions, head to: settings > display > Screen resolution > select FHD+

May 14, 2022

  • Samsung Galaxy S22 series smartphone started receiving the latest May 2022 security update in different regions. As per the changelog, this update brings fixes for various CVEs from Google and SVEs from Samsung. If you have also received this update on your Galaxy S22 smartphone, do let us know in the comment box – Does the May 2022 update fix the problem/bug on your Galaxy S22?
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