Whether it is Android or iOS smartphones come with a notification panel so that you do not have to go to your phone’s settings to use some important features. Samsung One UI calls it Quick Settings Panel which allows you to use the most commonly used features such as WiFi, Bluetooth, QR Code scanner, sound, and more with just a tap.
Samsung Quick Settings Panel has multiple features by default. You can arrange them according to your preferences as well as can add new or remove old ones too. Additionally, for those who get bored of using the same-looking Quick Settings Panel every time, Samsung One UI 4.0 and One UI 4.1 have a color palette.
The Samsung One UI 4 Color Palette lets you add different colors to the panel as well as Home Screen, Samsung apps, Google apps, and others according to your phone’s wallpaper so that your entire phone will have the same theme and it looks attractive too.
Well, customizing Samsung One UI 4.1 Quick Settings is very easy, many of you might also know it. Let’s see how it can be done on your Galaxy phone.
Customize Samsung One UI 4.1 Quick Settings
Edit Button Order
- Swipe down from the top of the screen using two fingers, to open the Quick settings panel.
- Tap More options (the three vertical dots).
- Click on the Edit buttons option.
- To move a button, touch and hold it, and then drag it into the desired position.
- Tap Done when you’re finished.
Access Quick Settings’ Settings
Tapping a Quick setting icon automatically activates certain features. But what about when you want to access the feature’s settings, such as WiFi, etc?
- Open the Quick settings panel by swiping down from the top of the screen.
- Then, tap and hold the name of the feature under the icon.
- For example, if you want to access the Flashlight settings, tap and hold the Flashlight option.
- A setting menu will automatically appear.
- Certain settings might be grayed out or not appear if the feature is turned off (e.g., Wi-Fi networks may not show if Wi-Fi is turned off).
Pro tips to capture stunning sunrise and sunset picture with Samsung One UI 4.1 camera
Samsung’s new-generation smartphones have a bunch of new camera features and modes that let you capture wonderful pictures in the daytime. The company also offers Night Portrait mode so that users will not have to compromise with the nighttime or dark area phones.
But what if you wanna capture sunrise and sunset on your phone? Sunrises and sunsets are beautiful and people love watching them. Of course, many times you must have thought that you should save this beautiful moment on your phone and you might have done this too.
But many pictures might not have satisfied you as much as a picture clicked with a DSLR camera. Well, here we have some Pro Tips that will help you click some great shots of sunrise and sunset on your Samsung One UI 4.1 smartphones.
Capture Sunset and Sunrise with Samsung One UI 4.1 camera
- Check what time the sun rises or sets
When you want to take professional-looking photographs, you must know what time the sunrise or sunset is.
- Pick a stunning location
Find and explore some places in advance. Beautiful colors are only for a few minutes.
- Clouds can lift the eventual result
You might think that clear skies are best for sunset photography, but the best sunrise and sunset images tend to have some clouds. A cloudless sky can make a picture boring. Whereas, the clouds reflect the astonishing colors of the rising or setting sun.
- Stay after the sun sets and come before sunrise
Do not leave immediately after sunset, this is the time where the magic happens! Both Blue Hour and Golden Hour have a lot to offer to smartphone photographers.
- Shoot in RAW in Manual Mode
RAW images are easily manipulated in post-processing in Lightroom, Snapseed, or Photoshop. This makes it easy to edit the image. The file contains brightness, color, and contrast information, giving you ultimate creative freedom.
- Clean the camera lens
Make sure there is no fingerprint or grease on the lens of your smartphone. They can ruin your photos and are the number one reason for unsharp photos.
- Bring a tripod and remote shutter
when you aim to take perfect shots, you should make sure that your camera remains stable, either by using a tripod or by leaning your phone on a fixed object.
- Use an ND filter
Use a Neutral Density (ND) filter. It allows you to use a longer shutter speed and create smooth-looking seas, streams, and lakes.
- Pick an interesting foreground or background
Make sure you pick an interesting foreground or background, so your image has more depth and is well balanced.
- Adjust brightness
Most smartphone camera apps have a manual mode to adjust shutter speed, white balance, ISO values, and brightness. Use the slider to brighten or darken the image.
- Choose the correct white balance
When the warm colors of the sunrise or sunset did not come across well in your photographs, change the white balance to ‘cloudy‘ or pick a higher Kelvin number.
- Use landscape mode and wide-angle lens
Sunrise and sunset images usually work best in landscape mode with a wide-angle lens.
- Pay attention to lens flare
When you have the sun directly in the photo, a lens flare can occur. These are colored spheres, dots, or rainbows that appear in the picture.
- Take many images with different settings
Try taking sunrise and sunset pictures with different settings, such as longer shutter speeds, different white balance, and ISO values, to see what works best.
- Zoom with your feet
Your smartphone’s camera zoom-in is nothing more than a digital zoom that crops the original image size. So walk closer to the subject and take your pictures.
- Shoot towards and away from the sun
Don’t just photograph the sun. You can get some great colors and atmosphere when shooting away from the sun.
- Edit your images
The most important part of editing sunset and sunrise photography begins with shooting RAW images. This setting will guarantee that none of the lighting, contrast and color information will be lost during the editing process, and you can adjust anything you need.
Samsung’s way to fix Galaxy S22 Camera shutter lag
Samsung Galaxy S22 series devices introduce the most wonderful Camera capabilities in the industry to date. While the Galaxy S22 Ultra is packed with a premium 108MP Camera with up to 100x Space Zoom feature, the standard Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus also equip brilliant AI-powered Camera features.
The Korean tech giant had launched the Galaxy S22 lineup earlier this year, and now preparing to hold another Galaxy Unpacked event sometime in August 2022. Meanwhile, it looks like the aging Galaxy S22 phones are now having performance and lagging issues related to Camera shutter.
Several users are facing multiple types of issues while using the Camera on their Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22 Plus, or Galaxy S22 Ultra. The most common issue is Camera shutter lag, which restricts users from taking burst shots by continuously pressing the shutter button.
Well, Samsung mod. now comes up with effective solutions for fixing the Camera shutter lag issues on the Galaxy S22 series devices. Meanwhile, the moderator said that such types of issues usually occurs when the available memory of the mobile phone is insufficient.
How to fix Galaxy S22 Camera shutter lag
Memory Cleanup (RAM)
- Phone Settings > Battery & Device Care > RAM > Click “Clean Now”
Aside from this, you can also perform the same operation on your Samsung phone as the One UI software has useful widgets for the Device Care function. Simply, add that widget to your phone’s Home screen and tap it regularly for effective memory cleaning in real time.
How to add device care home screen widget
- Press and hold the wallpaper (empty space) for more than 1 second (long press) > Click the “Widget” icon at the bottom of the screen > Select 1 of 2 “Device Care” > Click “Add” > Click on the home screen Add selected device care (can be freely moved to the desired location).
Get Samsung One UI 4.1 Control center on Edge panel!
Edge Panel! Undoubtedly a very useful feature that Samsung One UI offers to its users. It can keep the most important features of your phone tucked to one side so you can quickly use them without wasting time on finding them.
Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panel has seen some modification with Android 12, however, the basic functionality of giving users access to certain features haven’t changed. You can use the Samsung edge panel to access your favorite applications, contacts, webpages, tasks, and more.
But do you know you can also get your Samsung control center on the edges of your phone and can use it from every screen you go through? Yes, you can. It gives you access to multiple settings with one hand.
There’s a voice assistant, screen recording, screen timeout, and many other features. It lets you quickly open apps in pop-up view. You can even change the panel background and can customize it according to your needs and preferences.
Let’s see how can you get Samsung One UI 4.1 Control center on Edge Panel.
Enable Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panel
- Head over to the Settings of your phone.
- Enter Display.
- Swipe down and turn on Edge Panel.
- Swipe leftward to open Edge Panel.
- Swipe left or right to select Edge Panel.
- Tap on the Settings icon to edit or view more Edge Panels.
Samsung Control center Edge Panel
- Swipe left on the Edge panel handle to open up the menu.
- Tap on the Settings icon.
- Tap Galaxy Store at the bottom.
- Select Control Center.
- The Control Center Edge Panel isn’t free, you will have to pay $1.88 to download it.
- Click on charges it asks for and select your payment method.
- Pay the amount and get access to the Control center on your phone’s edge.