Samsung first released its One UI 4 beta update for the Galaxy S21 series smartphone users and now the company has provided 3 beta updates to this series of devices. The One UI 4 Beta Program allows users to try out One UI 4’s upgraded features ahead of its official release.
With One UI 4, users get customization options at every turn. A wealth of theme options let the users adjust the look and functionality of their device, giving them tools to configure their home screens, icons, notifications, wallpapers, and much more.
In the Android 12 update, the basic camera UI got a simpler and clearer layout, and the preview only displays the information you need. However, in this article, we are discussing how to use Shooting Mode on One UI 4.
How to set up shooting mode on Galaxy devices?
Allow the camera to determine the ideal mode for your pictures or choose from several shooting modes.
- Click the Camera app
- Swipe the screen right and left to change shooting modes.
- Single take: Capture multiple pictures and video clips from different angles.
- Photo: Allow the camera to determine the ideal settings for pictures.
- Video: Allow the camera to determine the ideal settings for videos.
- Choose other available shooting modes.
- Tap Add to drag modes into or out of the shooting modes tray at the bottom of the Camera screen.
- AR Doodle: Enhance videos by adding line drawings or handwriting to
your environment. AR Doodle tracks faces and space so they move
- Pro: Manually adjust the ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and
color tone while taking pictures.
- Panorama: Create a linear image by taking pictures in either a horizontal
or vertical direction.
- Food: Take pictures that emphasize the vivid colors of food.
- Night: Use this to take photos in low-light conditions, without using the flash.
- Portrait: Adjust the background of your shots for portrait photos.
- Portrait video: Adjust the background of your shots for portrait videos.
- Pro video: Manually adjust the ISO sensitivity, exposure value, white balance, and color tone while recording videos.
- Super slow-mo: Record videos at an extremely high frame rate for viewing in high-quality slow motion. You can play a specific section of each video in slow motion after recording it.
- Slow-motion: Record videos at a high frame rate for viewing in slow motion.
- Hyperlapse: Create a time-lapse video by recording at various frame rates. The frame rate is adjusted depending on the scene being recorded and the movement of the device.
- Director’s view: Access advanced features such as lock onto a subject in view, change between different rear camera lenses and more.
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How to resolve these common Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 problems
Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 is the 3rd generation best Samsung (or anyone else) has ever produced. It improves the durability of the Z Fold 2, which provides water resistance with IPX8, Gorilla Glass Victus, and “sweeper” bristles inside the hinge to retain dust and extend the duration of the phone.
It is also an excellent all-around tool, boasting a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 processor and a three-lens rear camera system. On top of this, it goes fold out, making it great for you to do multitasking work and make a product, watch TV and media, and entertain your friends.
Regarding, a state-of-the-art condition like the Z Fold 3, it may not be completely free of problems with lubricants and technical equipment. Fortunately, we have compiled a list of common Samsung Samsung Z Fold 3 problems and how to fix them.
This gives you details on everything from battery discharge issues to issues with Samsung Pay, helping you make the most of your new phone and not letting small snags ruin your enjoyment.
As with our troubleshooting pieces, this article will be updated as we encounter new common issues, so please come back again if the issue you are facing isn’t covered yet.
Camera app not displaying Dual Screen button for selfies
A number of users on Samsung’s Community forum have noted that, when trying to take a selfie in the Camera app, they don’t see the Dual Screen button.
- Fortunately, there’s a very quick fix for this. As other Samsung Community users have noted, opening the Camera app from the cover screen (rather than the main screen) will ensure that the Dual Screen button appears where it should.
Screen protector problems
Some users of the Z Fold 3 have encountered a variety of issues with the phone’s pre-installed screen protectors. These problems aren’t always exactly the same, with some reporting bubbles and others reporting inconsistencies in the protector’s adherence to the screen.
Since such issues can be frustrating, you are strongly advised not to remove the pre-installed screen protector, especially when talking about a large folding screen. Instead, you should contact Samsung as soon as possible to arrange a repair or replacement.
On the other hand, at least one user asked if it was safe to remove the outer film that came wrapped in wire outside the box.
Unable to acquire GPS location in apps
Even though the Z Fold 3 has only just been released, some users have already complained that apps they use are unable to receive their GPS location data from the phone.
This is an issue that has affected other Samsung devices in recent years, so you may simply have to wait for a software update for a fix. You can check if one is available by doing the following:
- Open the Settings app on your device.
- Scroll down to Software Update.
- Select Download and Install.
- If a new update is available, your device will obtain it.
This is one of the more complicated and difficult problems encountered so far with the Galaxy Z Fold 3. Quite a large number of United States-based users have reported that they can’t activate their phones on Sprint. This seems to be an issue arising from T-Mobile’s merger with Sprint and from how Samsung has optimized the phone (or not) for using a T-Mobile or Sprint SIM card.
As of writing, the only fix appears to be contacting T-Mobile and/or Sprint and trying a different SIM card (i.e., a T-Mobile rather than Sprint SIM). That said, some users have reported that the issue was resolved after several days, with a few noting that they were eventually able to activate their phones via either the T-Mobile or Sprint websites.
A couple of users have reported that the Convert Handwriting to Text feature on their Z Fold 3 phones doesn’t work properly. Normally, this lets users of the Samsung Notes app handwrite a phrase or sentence and then convert it into normal text. Unfortunately, the affected users note that the process of conversion malfunctions, with random words appearing where they shouldn’t.
- As of writing, there isn’t a definitive solution for this. You may simply have to wait for a software update from Samsung and then install it, which you can do by going to Settings > Software Update > Download and Install.
- Given the Samsung Notes app is responsible for converting handwriting, you may also want to try updating it. This can be done by going to the Google Play Store, searching for Samsung Notes, and then tapping Update.
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Here are seven excellent features that Samsung DeX has to offer
Samsung DeX is certainly the best way to get a desktop-like experience from a phone. The platform was first released with the Galaxy S8 series as a way to use your phone as a computer-like interface and has since grown into a smooth, streamlined visual connector that you can use for production and entertainment activities alike.
DeX is now a few years old, and Samsung has built a lot of good features in it. Interested in learning more about it yourself? Here are seven excellent features that Samsung DeX has to offer.
Samsung Dex Features
Connect wherever you want
Before you can immerse yourself in using DeX actually, you will need to connect it to a monitor or display. Thankfully, there are many ways to do this. The easiest way is probably to simply get the HDMI to USB-C cable and connect it to your phone. You don’t need to use the first group cable to do so – usually, users used an Amazon adapter and a standard HDMI cable, and it worked fine.
Alternatively, you can connect wirelessly – just open the Settings app, go to Advanced Features> Samsung DeX, then open DeX, choose to use DeX on TV or monitor, and wait for the system to receive a display. Most internet-connected TVs and monitors should work through this tech. Lastly, you can connect to DeX using a standard PC or Mac using the DeX app.
Use your phone as a trackpad
Don’t have an external keyboard or mouse to use with DeX? No worries! DeX allows you to use your phone as a trackpad, and while not the most accurate experience, it works well on the pinch.
To use the smartphone as a DeX trackpad, connect to the monitor, swipe down the notification shade on your phone, and select the option to use your phone as a trackpad. You can rotate the screen by opening the phone the way you would like with any app, tap with two fingers to right-click and do some of the things you would expect to be able to do in the standard tracking pad.
Customize the DeX wallpaper
You can customize some features of the Samsung DeX as you would on any other desktop – and customizing them doesn’t interfere with your phone when you use it normally.
Most importantly, you can change your DeX wallpaper, and in doing so it will not change the background image of your phone. To do this, while using your DeX, simply right-click (or tap two fingers with the touchpad) on the desktop and select the Wallpaper option. Then you can switch to your favorite wallpaper.
Make sure applications are always accessible
Do you use other apps regularly? If so, you may want to pin them to the taskbar so you can open them no matter what you do. To pin an application in the taskbar, open the application, right-click the icon in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen, and then tap the Taskbar Login Shortcut button. You will always see the app icon, so you can always open it.
Learn keyboard shortcuts
As with any desktop app, the best way to do more on DeX is to learn keyboard shortcuts. There are tons of shortcuts in DeX to read, including those related to doing multiple tasks.
Keyboard shortcuts vary depending on how you use DeX – because you can use it on a monitor or your Mac or PC. When you first connect your DeX with the keyboard, you will be allowed to see a list of keyboard shortcuts to get started, which can be helpful.
Use apps designed for DeX
Most apps will work fine without the need for special DeX versions, but if you regularly use certain apps, it might be best to check that they are well-suited for use with DeX.
To see a list of DeX-optimized apps, open your app list and select the link at the top of the Check out apps for Samsung DeX. You will see many top applications listed, including Microsoft Office Office, a series of Adobe applications, and more.
Unfortunately, DeX is not good at helping you manage your windows, and I hope it will get better in the years to come. That said, there are a few things that can help. For example, it is very easy to enter full-screen mode, and there are many ways to do that. You can double-click the top of the window, drag it to the top of the screen, and then release it, or you can tap the full-screen button at the top right of the window.
Alternatively, you will need to stick to the resizing apps manually, which you can do by holding the corner of the app and resizing it. Alternatively, some shortcuts can help with changing app size and cracks, or those shortcuts will vary depending on how you use DeX.
Here’s how to enable Fast charging mode on Galaxy S21
Surprisingly, Samsung’s fast charging is automatically disabled on Galaxy S21 series. Although Superfast charging is enabled by default. But you can easily change that by going to Settings, and we’ll explain to you how to do it in this article.
The most likely reason for faster charging is disabled, to save your long battery life. And if you are using a non-Samsung 25W charger, you will want this turned on.
If you are using a different charger, such as an 18W charger, then consider your Galaxy S21 charging very slowly. This is probably why. We came across this issue while working on our review of the Galaxy S21 Ultra and went hunting to find out why. That’s why. So keep that in mind.
Here’s how you can enable fast charging on the Galaxy S21 series:
- First, open Settings.
- Then tap on “Battery and device care”.
- From there, tap on “Battery”.
- At the bottom of that screen, you will view an option for “More battery settings” tap on that.
Under the charging header on that screen, you will see three options. By default, the first one is displayed, which is fast charging. While Super fast charging and fast wireless charging are turned on default. Just tap on the toggle next to “Fast Charging” to turn on instant charging.
This will be required if you are not using a Samsung 25W charger. If you use a slow charger such as a 20W or 18W charger, you will want this turned on, or you will charge a very small fee.
It is strange that this is closed by default. But it may also help save your battery life over time. Since fast charging can damage the battery very quickly.
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