The forthcoming update for the Samsung Galaxy phone will bring some new features related to the Your Phone app on your PC running Windows 11 or Windows 10. You will be able to see recent apps from your Samsung phone on the Windows taskbar, making it easier to continue where you left off.
feature coming your way! Recent apps built into your taskbar. Making it easier to go back to the apps that you were recently using on your Samsung phone.
The upcoming feature is said to let users easily access the same application on their computer through the remote app functionality, which ensures that you can continue with all your apps.
According to Microsoft Analy Otero Diaz, you may already be using the Your Phone app to open applications from your Samsung phone on your PC, but you will need to open the app manually to do so. Alternatively, you could attach those apps to the taskbar for quick access.
The new recent apps feature can be accessed from the icon on the taskbar area on your Windows. As with other icons you can control if you want it always visible or only on the overflow. It is compatible with all Galaxy smartphones including the newly launched Galaxy S22 series.
But If you do not have Galaxy phones then you will soon get another option to run Android applications on Windows with Windows subsystem for Android. Microsoft will release a preview version of Android app support for Windows 11 sometime this month, though it will only be officially available in the US.
However, these applications will not be able to rely on Google services unless you try to install Google services on Windows unofficial Android subsystem.
WhatsApp users now have 2 days to delete messages from both sides
WhatsApp is a famous messaging platform, which has over 2 billion active users worldwide. Still, WhatsApp lags behind Telegram in some functionalities, which are now gradually improving such as a recent addition of ‘delete messages from both sides for 2 days.’
Just recently, WhatsApp officially confirmed that users now have 2 days to delete their messages from the receiver in case you are rethinking your message after hitting the send button.
💭 Rethinking your message? Now you’ll have a little over 2 days to delete your messages from your chats after you hit send.
— WhatsApp (@WhatsApp) August 8, 2022
The feature is now available widely for WhatsApp users, however, we recommend you should have the latest version installed from Google Play. Now, you can check the simple guide to using this feature.
As always, open up the WhatsApp group or individual chat where you sent the message(s). Once done, tap and hold the message or group of messages sent by you to get access to the additional functions.
After keeping the message(s) pressed, hit the “Delete” icon that you can see like a dustbin on the header of the application. Make sure to press “Delete for everyone” to remove it from both sides.
Major Samsung Camera 13.0.00.53 update releasing for One UI 5.0 devices
Samsung Camera! All Galaxy device users are very well aware of this app’s functions as it offers a bundle of new options for taking photos and videos. Now, Samsung is releasing a new update for the Samsung Camera app, which brings Android 13-based One UI 5.0 support.
The latest update for the Samsung Camera app comes with build version 13.0.00.53 and Galaxy device users will have to download a 32.22MB package to install the update. We recommend users install the update via Galaxy Store to enjoy the new features.
With the release of this latest version, the company wants to make the Samsung Camera app compatible with One UI 5.0 so that the app won’t shut down or crash when this new update will be released. It is worth mentioning that the newest update is compatible with Galaxy devices running Android 13 (Beta) or Android 12-based One UI 4.0/ One UI 4.1.
Furthermore, the update brings some common changes to improve the stability and performance of the app. You can install this update manually from the Galaxy Store. If you haven’t received this update but likes to get it on your smartphone, then you can download it via the third-party source link mentioned below.
- Get Samsung Camera 13.0.00.53 update – APKMirror
Samsung One UI 5.0 Camera Features
A few days ago, Samsung began the first beta of Android 13 based on One UI 5.0 for the Galaxy S22 series in different countries. With the One UI 5.0 beta build, the company brings new features to its stock Camera app, one of them is Camera Watermark.
With One UI 4.0, the Korean tech giant removed the camera watermark feature but is bringing it back with One UI 5.0 along with some customization options. You can Camera Watermark feature in full detail here…
PSA: Samsung One UI 5.0 Beta unplugged Good Lock suite
The Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta brings a number of new features to Samsung consumers, however, we need to sacrifice the iconic Good Lock customization suite, for some time. Every year, the company runs its independent One UI Beta program to test the new Android OS for Galaxy devices.
As Good Lock is an application that works under the One UI ecosystem, the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta doesn’t support the customization suite because of compatibility issues with the new operating system. And resulting consumers deal with an unsupported Good Lock functionality.
Good Lock 2023
Samsung will fix the compatibility issues of the Good Lock with a major update sometime in early 2023 by including support for the new Android 13 operating system. Until then, you won’t be able to access some of the Good Lock modules and apps.
So far, Samsung has not come up with its plan for the Good Lock 2023, however, we are guessing that the major update might go official nearly the Galaxy S23 launch. With this major update, Samsung will deliver more new features for the consumers as well as user interface tweaks are expected.
Good Lock is a customization application suite developed by Samsung for One UI modification. This app is world famous (availability is limited) because of its offerings and a slew of modification apps and modules. Notably, all Samsung phones are not supported with Good Lock functionality.
So if you don’t want to stop using the Good Lock app, we recommend you don’t go for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 Beta. You should wait for the Stable One UI 5.0 update arrival, which is expected later this year, however, some apps might work, but could behave abnormally.
Which one do you choose between the One UI 5.0 Beta with Android 13 OS or the Good Lock suite with a lot of customization tools? Let us know through Social media.