Later last month, Samsung started rolling out the official Android 12-based One UI 4.0 stable update for Galaxy Note 20 series devices in several regions. However, it looks like the major Android OS upgrade has some bugs or issues that occur performance and/or animation lags.
In contrast, a Galaxy Note 20 Ultra user recently reported on the community forum that he’s facing lagging issues on the smartphone just after upgrading to the One UI version 4.0. Additionally, the user said that the performance lag happens while scrolling and shifting between apps.
Due to this issue, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphone users are quite disappointed as they are waiting for the Android 12 and One UI 4.0 update for a long time. And the arrival of this type of performance issue obviously lessens the user experience.
However, some users shared a possible way to get rid of this issue, that is as follows:
The users state that, after a major update, the OS re-indexes system files in the background, then you may experience some lag and thermal issues. Users say to calm down and see if the lag is still occurring after a few days. If so, you can do a factory reset.
On the other hand, another user commented that he has waited for over 12 hours for indexing to complete and tried a factory reset, but it didn’t work either. At this point, users have come to the conclusion that they should wait for Samsung to fix the bug with future updates.
Are you also facing a lagging issue on your Galaxy smartphone after upgrading to the Android 12-based One UI 4.0, let us know in the comments below.
Samsung fixes a dangerous dialer bug with August 2022 One UI Security patch
It’s August, the time for the August 2022 Android security patch update release. As usual, Samsung began rolling out this update to its Galaxy users ahead of time. Meanwhile, this week, Samsung released its August 2022 patch details which reveal fixes for a dangerous dialer bug.
Samsung fixes a lot of issues and vulnerabilities with each monthly security patch that affects users’ experience and degrades the phone’s performance. Since March, various Galaxy users of Android 10, Android 11, and Android 12 were facing issues with the Samsung Dialer app.
Samsung Dialer is the most common app that every Galaxy owner uses, it helps you make calls with your phone. It is sometimes referred to as bloatware but contains important data therefore, it is necessary for the phone to function properly.
According to the official information, the Samsung Dialer application had exposure to sensitive information that allowed local attackers to access ICCID via logs. This was really a serious issue that users were reporting for five months.
Finally, with the SMR Aug-2022 Release 1, Samsung has fixed this severe Dialer app issue to ensure the security of Galaxy users. Samsung’s August 2022 security update included SVE-2022-0726(CVE-2022-33724) which harms the native Dialer app, you can check it on the official support page.
As soon as your Galaxy phone will receive the August month patch, we recommend you download it. You won’t need to separately upgrade your Dialer app to get the issue fix, the fix has been already added to the security patch so it will come to your phone automatically.
Besides this, Korean tech has also addressed many other vulnerabilities and exposures that are related to Samsung DeX, Bluetooth connectivity, improper access control in DesktopSystemUI, Samsung Dialer, MAC address leak via WiFi and NFC, and others.
So far, the company’s latest flagships and a couple of select mid-range phones have got access to the latest monthly security patch update. However, the company is continuously delivering it and it will reach your phones shortly.
Samsung Galaxy S22 adaptive display stutters under Amazon Prime and Netflix
Samsung Galaxy S22 series has a 120Hz refresh rate. Although you can manually choose the refresh rate, the company also offers you an Adaptive display feature that automatically adjusts the refresh rate depending on the content being displayed on the screen. But some Samsung Galaxy S22 phone users are facing the problem of adaptive display stutters.
Various Samsung Galaxy S22 users have taken Samsung Community to reveal that the Adaptive refresh rate mode on their phones is hanging the videos on Amazon Prime and Netflix platforms while non-streaming apps and other features are working accurately.
Samsung Galaxy S22 users further say that the Adaptive display stutters problem disappears after tapping once on the display, however, the jerking starts again after a short time of around 10 seconds to 15 seconds and reduces the refresh rate too much while watching a movie or a show.
On the other hand, the users say that the Standard mode is working fine. When manually setting up the display refresh rate, it does not lag and lets them peacefully enjoy the shows. The high refresh rate is the only reason behind the issue, says a user.
The Galaxy S22 phones are the best Samsung phones so far. They cost high and silly problems like this were not expected by them. Currently, it’s not clear what’s the reason behind the issue, we hope that the company will soon acknowledge it and release a fix as soon as possible.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE display issues will fix with August 2022 update?
Launched earlier this year, the Fan Edition of Galaxy S21 offers some of the best technologies of this age. The Samsung Galaxy S21 FE 5G was loved by users until it started experiencing the ghost touch issue on the display.
Multiple Samsung Galaxy S21 FE users took Reddit to reveal that the displays of their phones are not working correctly, it’s making ghost touch automatically. According to users, when lifting finger from the touch screen, the device started operating on itself in some direction randomly.
This issue is creating trouble for many Galaxy S21 FE users, they are not able to use their phones properly. It hurts most when they have to perform some important tasks on the phone.
However, the issue has been finally acknowledged by the company. One of the Galaxy S21 FE users who is facing this display problem has reported the issue through Samsung Members’ Error reports section in reply to this, a moderator said, “the issue will be fixed in the next firmware update that is coming.”
Not to mention, the Galaxy S21 FE is currently running on July month’s security patch. Next, the phone will receive the August 2022 security patch update that will fix the issue for the affected models’ users.