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Samsung Android 12 users facing strange Google Keep issue

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Google Keep is a simple but delightful note-taking application that allows users to record plain-text notes and organize, edit or share them with others using a suite of collaboration tools. But the recent bugs reported by its users are ruining its popularity.

According to the new information (via 9to5Google), for the past two months, some Google Keep users on Google Forums have been complaining about a bug that affects numbered lists. It is worth noting that this problem has been mostly reported by Samsung Galaxy users who are running Android 12 based One UI 4.0 software system.

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As shown in the picture below, this issue duplicates numbers in lists. When users add a new item to a numbered list or navigate through the list, the item above explicitly adds these additional numbers. One user also reported that this happened with a bulleted list in which the cursor was “jumping around while typing.”

Samsung Google Keep issue

The Good thing is that Google has acknowledged the problem and claims it’s investigating, but they didn’t say when exactly the fix would roll out. At present, it looks like there is no easy solution to this problem. However, to temporarily get rid of it, users can edit lists from a laptop or theoretically a web app on a smartphone.

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Restart your Galaxy device to fix slowdown issue after Google System update

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Samsung Slow down issue fix

Samsung has recently confirmed a performance issue affecting Galaxy devices, where users report a slowdown, especially when opening apps. This issue seems to occur after updating the device’s Google System Software and using the device extensively.

The Korean tech giant has released a patch to fix this performance slowdown issue caused by a Google System update. The fix improves app launch times and overall device performance. Still, Galaxy devices that are already suffering from this slowdown require a restart to eliminate the issue.

If your Galaxy device is still not performing optimally, Samsung recommends restarting it. This can be quickly done by accessing the Quick Panel, tapping the Power Button, and selecting Restart.

The company reassures users that these measures should resolve any lag and restore the device to its normal speed. You can contact Samsung customer support if the problem persists after a restart.

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Samsung Messages keeps crashing, Google Meet addresses bug

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Samsung Messages app was reportedly crashing due to an issue caused by Google Meet. Recently, some Galaxy users reported having problems with Samsung Messages, which is addressed if the community moderator’s statement is believed to be true.

Over the past day, Samsung Messages users faced regular crashes, rendering the app unusable. The users have complained through Reddit forums, with reports indicating it to be an issue that appeared on a large number of Galaxy smartphones.

Galaxy users tried clearing the app cache and data, followed by phone restart, but it didn’t work. It was solved with the update released to the Google Meet app and consumers are advised to update it to the latest version through Google Play Store.

Google has issued an update for the Meet app. Please check to be sure all apps are fully updated.

As Samsung Messages kept crashing, Galaxy users faced a lot of issues. Google Messages may have helped them stay connected with the communication. However, Google Meet was reportedly the accused behind the failure of Samsung’s Messages app.

Samsung Messages app comes pre-installed on Galaxy smartphones and tablets. It’s a Google Messages alternative yet a clone installed in Galaxy devices. Powered by RCS, this application provides users with the convenience of communication over SMS/MMS.

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One UI 6.1 Always On Display overlapping issue fix coming, check temporary solution

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Samsung always on display issue fix

After the recent One UI 6.1 update, several Samsung users have reported an issue with the Always On Display (AOD) feature when using LockStar. This issue displays clock numbers or apps overlap during the transition of time on the lock screen.

The issue is particularly noticeable when the time shifts in minutes and apps. For example, a user reported when the time progresses from 11:57 to 11:58, it results in the digits superimposing and creates a confusing display.

Several Galaxy users are affected by this issue, and the issue persists despite subsequent firmware updates. The overlapping issue on Always On Display after One UI 6.1 is not only a rare occurrence but happens frequently enough to cause significant concern among users.

In response, a community moderator has acknowledged the One UI 6.1 overlapping AOD issue. He stated that it occurs for those using the “Automatically Restart” function and confirmed a software update to resolve this issue.

However, due to the variable nature of software update schedules, a precise resolution date cannot be provided.

One UI 6.1 Always on Display issue

As a temporary solution, users are advised to either disable the Automatic Restart function through Settings >> Device Care >> Auto Optimization or to turn off LockStar entirely.

The inconvenience caused by this issue has been recognized, and users are asked for their patience while a permanent fix is in development.

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