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One UI 4 Tip: How to use Edge lighting in Samsung Galaxy Note 20?

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Samsung Note 20 series launched back in August last year, preinstalled with Android 10-based One UI 2.5. Moving forward, it received Andriod 11  based One UI 3.1 in February this year. And now, the Note 20 lineup is currently experiencing the upcoming feature of Samsung’s latest software One UI 4, which is based on Android 12.

Until now, the company has released the second beta of One UI 4 for the Galaxy Note 20 series, which brings fixes for several issues and errors such as the 120Hz display refresh rate. Samsung’s Android 12 update comes with a lot of new features, such as a redesigned user interface, improved icons, and the Material You theme system.

Furthermore, One UI 4.0 also improves all the stock applications, adds more lock screen widgets, quick settings switch to turn off camera and microphone access, and so on. However, here in this article, we are talking about how to use the Edge lighting style in Samsung Galaxy Note 20 with One UI 4.

What is Edge lighting on Galaxy devices?

Edge lighting is a feature on some bigger Galaxy devices that allows users to use the entire edge of their display as a notification light. It gives them the freedom to easily see when a new notification arrives without having to open their phone. Edge lighting lets you change the style and color of notifications as well as control which apps use the feature.

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Samsung One UI 4 Edge lighting

How to use it?

You can change the style and additional settings for your notifications. Therefore, to use these new styles or Edge lighting on your Samsung smartphone (One UI 4), follow the steps mention below:

  1. Firstly, just go to your Phone’s Setting
  2. From Settings, tap Notifications
  3. Now, choose a pop-up style, Here you find the following options:
    •  Brief: Enable customization of your notification colors, lighting style, and included apps.
    • Included apps: View brief notifications for your apps.
    • Brief pop-up settings: Customize the Edge lighting style, colors, and enable notifications to show even while the screen is off.
    •  Detailed: Enable the default Samsung Notification settings
  4. Now, among all these options choose Brief pop-up settings
  5. From here click on Edge lighting style
  6. Choose the style whatever you want, also you can adjust its transparency and duration as per your preference.

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Samsung phone lagging after Android 12 One UI 4.0 update? Here’s what you should do

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One UI 4.0 Phone Lagging Issue Fix

Samsung began releasing the official Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update to various Galaxy devices starting November 15, last year. Until the second half of 2022, the company will continue to push the major Android 12 software to compatible Galaxy devices.

However, sometimes, the Samsung phone starts lagging after upgrading to a major Android OS and/or One UI version. As the One UI 4.0 rollout is underway, users from various parts of the world reporting on multiple platforms regarding the lagging issue after installing Android 12 update.

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Samsung phone lagging after One UI 4.0 update?

Due to enhancements of existing features or the addition of new features, your Samsung device may feel slightly sluggish after a firmware update. At the same time, unsuccessful firmware update because of losing internet connection in the process of updating is also a reason behind device lagging.

On the other hand, the third-party application also reduces the performance of your smartphone. If your phone has a lot of applications such as messenger applications, games, and anti-virus apps, it can also slow down your device due to the background process.

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One UI 4.0 Phone Lagging Issue Fix

Here’s what you should do

Below, you can check the steps to boot your Samsung phone in Safe Mode. And if you feel that your device is working fine in Safe Mode, this means the lagging issue occurs because of applications or malware loaded on your smartphone.

Here’s how to spot the cause of issue

Step 1:

Booting your device in Safe Mode will disable any 3rd party applications and purely run off the standard Android OS. This is to determine if there are any applications causing interference with the performance of your device.

  • Restart your device.
  • Hold down the Volume Down key as soon as you seem the Samsung Logo until the phone is fully loaded.
  • Once your device has loaded you should see Safe Mode at the bottom of your device.
  • Navigate throughout the device to check to see for any performance improvements.

If there is no difference in the sluggish/laggy performance of your device, please proceed to the next step.

Step 2:

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You can now perform a Factory Data Reset on your device. However, do remember that this will remove “ALL DATA” from your device and bring it back to its default Factory Settings.

  • Tap on Apps
  • Go to Settings
  • Find and tap on Backup and reset
  • Tap on Factory data reset
    • (If you have phone security enabled, you may need to enter your passwords in order to proceed to the next step.)
  • Follow the prompts until your device reboots to commence with the Factory Data Reset.

After your device has fully loaded, please check to see if there has been an improvement in the performance of your device. If the issue persists, this may be due to the corruption of the firmware or there may be an issue with the device itself.

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How to use link to windows feature on your Samsung Galaxy S21 FE?

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

Link to Windows is an extremely useful feature that comes with most Samsung smartphones nowadays and the newly introduced Galaxy S21 FE has it. In this article, we’ll see how to use ‘link to windows’ feature on your Samsung Galaxy S21 FE smartphone.

Before merging into the process of paring, let’s see how and what it actually works. So, it allows users to mirror notifications and texts from their phone to Windows. Basically, the service takes everything you can do on your smartphone and brings it into the convenience and familiarity with your PC.

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Besides, checking notifications and texting, users can also see recent photos, triage notifications, and use any of their favorite mobile apps without ever having to take their phone out of their pocket.

Pictures

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  • Drag and drop pictures to Windows.
  • Open and edit pictures in the Your Photos app.
  • Share images with your contacts through Windows.

Messages (SMS/MMS)

  • MMS group messaging support.
  • Integration with Windows Emoji Picker.
  • Get a Windows pop-up when receiving a new message.

Notifications

  • See and manage phone notifications from your PC.
  • Exclude notifications from individual phone apps.
  • Get a Windows pop-up when receiving a new notification.

App mirroring

  • Live stream your phone screen on your PC.
  • Interact with your phone using the keyboard and mouse.
  • Use Windows Accessibility.

How to use link to windows feature in Samsung Galaxy S21 FE

Prior to starting pairing, make sure that your phone and the PC are logged in to the same Microsoft account.

  • Open Settings of your smartphone
  • Go to the Advanced features  option
  • Click on Link to Windows
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to connect your device to your PC.

*You can also enable this feature from the Quick settings menu.

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Download Moto Tab G70 Stock Wallpapers

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Moto Tab G70 Wallpapers

Recently, Motorola launched its new tab named Moto Tab G70 which is the rebranded version of the Lenovo Tab P11 Plus. It features an 11-inch 2K LCD display, MediaTek Helio G90T SoC with 4GB of RAM, Android 11 with Google Kids Space, an aluminum alloy body, quad speakers with Dolby Atmos, and a 7700mAh battery with 20W fast charging support.

Apart from these features, the company released a set of new wallpapers to show Motorola’s high-resolution panel. Now, with the courtesy of XDA developers, we have some of the official Moto Tab G70 stock wallpapers in high resolution so you can get them for free and give an amazing look to your smartphone or tablet.

Moto Tab G70 Wallpapers

Moto Tab G70 Stock Wallpapers

Obviously, these wallpaper are mainly designed for a tablet but we can use them on smartphones and computers too. All of these nine wallpapers are of the high resolution of 2560 x 2560.

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Users who are willing to grab the amazing Tab G70 Wallpapers on their smartphones and tablets can download it from the links given below.

 Moto Tab G70 Stock Wallpapers – Download

You can check the preview of some of these wallpaper below.

Moto Tab G70 Wallpaper

Moto Tab G70 Wallpaper

Moto Tab G70 Wallpaper

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