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Here’s how to disable Bixby on your Samsung Galaxy S22?



Samsung Galaxy S22

Unfortunately, like the Galaxy S22, Bixby is still available on Samsung smartphones. Samsung has been getting rid of this in many areas of its smartphones in recent years. It’s like replacing the Bixby home on the left side of your home screen with Google Discover by default.

But it is still embedded in the power button. So when you press the power button longer to turn off your Galaxy S22 smartphone, it actually opens Bixby instead. So, today we will show you how to change this. And fortunately, this is a very simple change outside the box.

What is Bixby?

Bixby is Samsung’s own Smart Assistant, introduced in 2017 with the Galaxy S8. Samsung has been fully engaged with Bixby in recent years, putting the power button on its new smartphones.

Also, we are bringing this to all our devices. Samsung has also announced the Galaxy Home, a Bixby built-in smart speaker. However, it was never made available for purchase.

Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra

Compared to its competitors Google Assistant (pre-installed on all Android smartphones), Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri are no less than Bixby.

How to disable Bixby on the Galaxy S22?

Even though there is no Bixby on the left side of the home screen, with the Galaxy S22, it is still accessible via the power button or the “side key”. It can be edited so that you are bringing up the Power menu instead of Bixby, but here’s how you can do it.

  • First, swipe down your Notification Panel`.
  • And then click the Power Menu button in the Quick Settings panel.
  • From there tap on the Side Key settings.
  • Now you can change the double press action to Quick Launch Camera or any other app. Or you can turn it off completely if you want.
  • You can also change the Press and Hold action on the power button to open the Power Off menu. It was present in almost every other smartphone that existed.

Samsung Galaxy S22

Bixby is gone from the power button. Samsung has already removed it from your home screen by default and replaced it with Google Discover. So this is really the only place where Bixby lives now. Unlike the camera. However, we all know that Google Lens is good.

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One UI Weekly: June 2024 update released for Samsung devices in Week III



Samsung June 2024 week third

Welcome, Samsung Fans! This article highlights the latest One UI updates released in the third week of June 2024. You can also check the newest One UI 6.1.1 and One UI 7.0 information.

In the third week, Samsung rolled out the June 2024 security update for several devices including the Galaxy A42 5G, A52s, A54 5G, XCover 6 Pro, XCover 7, and Galaxy A53, with plans to expand this update to more countries.

One UI 6.1 update has been released for Galaxy M04, Galaxy A14 4G, Galaxy A24, Galaxy A25 5G, and Galaxy A23. This update brings several new features and enhancements to provide a next-level experience.

In addition to the security updates, Samsung is actively developing both One UI 6.1.1 based on Android 14 and One UI 7.0 based on Android 15.

One UI 7.0 is expected to introduce enhancements such as improved clock format alignment, addressing issues noted with QuickStar.

A community moderator also confirmed that the forthcoming One UI 6.1 update will effectively be equivalent to One UI 6.1.1. Its role as a seamless binary-level patch aimed at enhancing user experience.

Meanwhile, Samsung pushed a fresh update for the Samsung Theme Park app, which includes code adjustments to ensure compatibility with One UI 6.1.1. This means users will able to enjoy the new features and improvements of One UI 6.1.1 on their Samsung devices.

Stay tuned for more details as Samsung continues to roll out these updates, enhancing the experience for all One UI users.

One UI 7.0 update to improve clock format alignment in Samsung devices

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra first look revealed in leaked renders



Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra Renders

Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra design revealed in CAD renders via Onleaks. The tablet is said to have the same size (dimensions) as its predecessor. While Galaxy Tab S9 Ultra was crazy thin, the next Ultra tablet might be slightly thicker for user convenience.

Renders showcase that the Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra will have quad speakers tuned by AKG. The tablet’s right side will hold the power and volume buttons, while the back will feature magnetic charging functionality for the S Pen stylus.

The Tab S10 Ultra could continue to sport a 14.6-inch display. Due to the dual front camera, the screen will have a notch, another similarity from the Tab S9 Ultra. On the back, the tablet will have dual camera sensors, probably an ultrawide paired with primary.

Detailed specs are not known, but Samsung’s processor pick will be worth highlighting. Anyways, the Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra boasting Snapdragon 8 Gen 4 or Snapdragon X Elite will be worth welcoming. Well optimized software will offer enhanced battery life for maximum usage.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S10 Ultra Render

The Tab S10 Ultra might get 12GB or 16GB of RAM with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB storage models. The company may also utilize enhanced and power-efficient displays with additional brightness. The Tab S10 lineup could launch alongside the S25 series in January next year.

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Samsung One UI Clock Style app upgrades to version 8.5.66



One UI 7.0 Clock Format alignment

Samsung Clock Style app is receiving a new update with version 8.5.66, which improves functions and fixes bugs. This update is available on the Galaxy Store with a package size of 16.15MB.

The fresh update enhances user experience by addressing issues that users encountered in the previous version. In addition, it refines some functions for better performance.

The new version 8.5.66 of Samsung’s Clock Style app aims to make interactions smoother and more reliable for users globally. Overall, it delivers improved functionality and reliability.

Users of Galaxy devices can install the update through Galaxy Store by tapping to Menu option and then Updates. Also, they can download it through the third-party app source link mentioned here.

Recently, a community moderator stated that Samsung may improve the Clock format of the QuickStar with One UI 7.0 update. Users of Galaxy devices are currently facing an issue with the QuickStar Good Lock module feature when setting the clock format to ‘AM/PM’, particularly noticeable when the device includes Korean or Chinese characters.

One UI 7.0 update to improve clock format alignment in Samsung devices

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