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

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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.

Update: One UI 4.0 is currently available for these Galaxy devices –

  • Galaxy S21 series (Stable)
  • Galaxy S20 series
  • Galaxy Note 20 series
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4G/5G

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.

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.

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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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How to use Dual Messenger on your Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3?

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is a famous Korean smartphone that comes with a handful of most advanced features. The device recently got the Android 12 based One UI 4.0 update which makes it even more interesting. In this article, we’ll see how to use Dual Messenger on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3.

What is Dual Messenger?

In this digital era, most people handle social media, be it WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or any other application. However, sometimes we need to use two accounts of the same app. Keeping this in mind, smartphone developers have created dual messenger.

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Samsung’s Dual Messenger feature lets you create two different accounts for the same messaging app on the same device. You will be able to send and receive messages to/from either of the two active app accounts as usual

This means you can keep your social media accounts separate for work and home to avoid confusion. But how? Do read our complete story below.

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How to use Dual Messenger on Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3?

  • Head over the Settings of your Galaxy Z Flip 3.
  • Open Advanced features.
  • Go to Dual Messenger.
  • Tap the toggle next to Supported apps to enable the feature for each app.
    • To choose which contacts have access to the secondary Messenger app, tap Use separate contact list.

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Here’s how to enable Fast charging mode on Galaxy S21

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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.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Fast Charging Tips

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.

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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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How to resolve these common Samsung Galaxy S20 problems

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Although with the release of Galaxy S21, the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra are three powerful smartphones. They boast processors, multidisciplinary cameras, and beautiful screens.

That means, even the most prominent new releases come with a collection of bugs, issues, and problems. When you look at your Galaxy S20, you wish it to work properly, and then continue reading as we explain the simple fixes to some of the most common problems of the Galaxy S20 that you may encounter with the list.

  • Galaxy S20 Wi-Fi Issue
  • Galaxy S20 Always-on display Issue
  • Galaxy S20 Fingerprint scanner Issue
  • Galaxy S20 Camera Issue
  • Galaxy S20 Battery Issue

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1. Galaxy S20 Wi-Fi doesn’t work properly – Issue

Some users have complained that their S20 Ultra has problems connecting to Wi-Fi, often failing to download web pages and content even though the phone indicates it is connected to a Wi-Fi network. Updates to Android 11 seem to be causing this problem, and some users have noticed it with other phones in the S20 series.

Solution

One fix proposed in the Samsung Community forum is to go to Settings > Location > Google Location Accuracy Off. Taking this route can solve most occurrences of this issue, although your best bet is to check for a new software update and download/install it.

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2. Always-on display constantly waking device – Issue

The Samsung Galaxy S20 features a screen that will automatically wake up when raised. If you find that your device wakes up in the wrong place, such as in your wallet or backpack, you may want to disable this feature.

Solution

If the function doesn’t switch on when you want it, you may want to make sure it is enabled. Check the current settings by following these steps:

  1. Open the Settings app on your device
  2. Scroll down to Advanced Features
  3. Select Motions and Gestures
  4. Next, enable or disable the Lift to Wake function

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3. Fingerprint scanner not recognizing fingerprints – Issue

Some users have reported problems with the fingerprint scanner on the S20 Plus without seeing fingerprints. If you have a problem with the fingerprint scanner on your device, first make sure you have removed the plastic screen protector as it may cause problems.

Solution

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Once you have removed the protector, first clean the glass on your screen, then, if necessary, re-register your fingers using the instructions given below. Make sure you move your finger slightly when registering the print so that the S20 can see it from different angles.

  1. Open the Settings app on your device
  2. Scroll down to Biometrics and security
  3. Select Fingerprints
  4. Enter your current security code
  5. Next, delete any old fingerprints
  6. Re-register your fingerprints with Add fingerprint

4. Camera not autofocusing properly – Issue

Problems with your Galaxy S20 camera? You are not alone, but you may need a quick update. When the Galaxy S20 line of smartphones was released, customers reported problems with autofocus, but the company has now released an update.

Solution

Follow these steps to update your S20 to the latest version of Samsung software:

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  1. Open the Settings app on your device
  2. Scroll down to Software update
  3. Select Download and install
  4. If a new update is available, your device will obtain it

5. Battery life depleting faster than expected – Issue

All of Samsung’s latest smartphones sports batteries than ever before, but with new features on the ship, it can be seen that their juices are absorbing very quickly. Some users have reported poor battery life following a recent update. It doesn’t look like Samsung has heard of this concern yet, but there are a few things you can try to solve this problem.

Solution

Check your battery status by going to the battery usage graph found in the settings app under device maintenance, and then the battery option. Check to see which of your apps have the most important effect. If you lose a lot of battery due to Always On Display, follow the steps below to disable it:

  1. Open the Settings app on your device
  2. Scroll down to Lock Screen
  3. Tap to disable Always On Display

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Alternatively, you can reduce the display’s refresh rate from 120Hz down to 60Hz, sacrificing smoother animations in the attempt to increase battery life — again, follow the steps below:

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  1. Open the Settings app on your device
  2. Scroll down to Display
  3. Select Motion Smoothness
  4. Select the lower 60Hz Refresh Rate
  5. Tap Apply

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