Back in March 2022, Samsung has begun releasing the new One UI 4.1 update based on Android 12 to the Galaxy devices, starting with the S21 series. After, the company started rolling out the new One UI variant to older flagship phones, while, it’s now heading for the remaining models that are eligible to get Android 12.
The all-new One UI 4.1 brings a lot of additional features, compared to the One UI 4.0. to the Galaxy devices. All of the newly arriving features are aimed to make your Galaxy experience more intuitive, more fun, more secure, and easier than ever.
From Camera and Gallery to Colour Pallete and Game Optimizing Service, the brand-new One UI 4.1 introduces many significant changes that are not limited to the addition of new features. By looking at the official changelog, it has been revealed that the One UI 4.1 is massively inspired by the new Samsung Galaxy S22 series features.
Check out Samsung One UI 4.1 changelog below
- It’s easier than ever to capture great photos and videos.
- Enhanced night portraits
- Take stunning portraits, even in low light. Night shots are now supported in Portrait mode.
- Get the full director’s view
- You can save your director’s view videos with separate front and rear videos so you can edit them later, even after you’re done recording. When you play them back in the Video player, you can switch between different views such as split-screen or picture-in-picture.
- Do more with your memories. Gallery brings enhanced features for remastering and organizing your pictures and videos, and sharing is now easier than ever.
- Powerful remastering
- Make your photos look better than ever. Sharpen blurry faces, fix distortion on TVs or computer screens, and increase brightness and resolution.
- More suggestions
- Get help creating artistic portraits and exciting highlight reels. Gallery will suggest the best effects for your pictures.
- Add portrait effects
- You can now add background blur to any picture with a person in view.
- Portrait relighting
- Adjust the lighting for portraits, even after you’ve taken them, to make sure you always get the perfect shot.
- Convert unnecessary motion photos to still images
- Save storage space by converting motion photos to still images. Gallery will suggest pictures where motion isn’t necessary, such as documents.
- Share albums as links
- No need to invite people to shared albums individually anymore. Just create a link that can be shared with anyone, even if they don’t have a Samsung account or Galaxy device.
- All your invitations together
- Easily accept invitations to shared albums, even if you miss the notifications. Invitations that you haven’t responded to yet will appear at the top of your shared album list.
- Create time lapse videos
- Turn a picture into a vivid 24-hour time-lapse video. A button will appear for pictures of scenery including the sky, bodies of water, mountains, or cities. Your video will appear as if an entire day has passed.
- Express yourself like never before in augmented reality. Create your own emojis, stickers, doodles, and more.
- More decorations for your emoji stickers
- Show your own unique style by adding GIFs from Tenor as decorations for your custom AR emoji stickers.
- Background colors in mask mode
- Keep the focus on your AR emoji while wearing it as a mask. Choose from a variety of colors to use as your background.
- Stay in touch with high-quality video calls. One UI brings you exclusive features.
- Do more during video calls
- You can share another app’s screen during a video call in Google Duo. Watch YouTube together, share photos, explore maps, and more.
- Join video calls in presentation mode
- During a video call on your phone, you can join the same call on your tablet in presentation mode. Your tablet’s screen will be shared with other participants while audio and video continue on your phone.
- Get deeper insights into your health and enhanced exercise tracking in the latest version of Samsung Health.
- Get insights about your body composition
- Set targets for your weight, body fat percentage, and skeletal muscle mass. You’ll get tips for reaching your goals.
- Build better sleep habits
- Track your sleep and get coaching based on your sleep patterns.
- Enhanced exercise tracking
- On your Galaxy Watch4, you can set interval training targets before you start running or cycling. You’ll get a report on your phone when you’re finished. Your watch can also give information about sweat loss when you run and heart rate recovery for aerobic workouts.
- Transfer contacts, photos, messages, and settings from an old phone or tablet to your new Galaxy. One UI 4.1 lets you transfer more than ever.
- More transfer options
- You’ll get 3 options when transferring content to your new Galaxy. You can choose to transfer everything, transfer just your accounts, contacts, calls, and messages, or go Custom to choose exactly what you want to transfer.
- SmartThings Find
- Find your phone, tablet, watch, earbuds, and more with SmartThings Find.
- Get notified when you leave something behind
- Make lost belongings a thing of the past. You can choose to get alerts whenever your Galaxy SmartTag is too far away to connect to your phone.
- Find a lost device together
- You can share the location of your devices with others. If a device gets lost, you can get help from another person to scan for it nearby.
- One UI 4.1 gives you even more ways to share with others.
- Share your Wi-Fi network
- Use Quick Share to share your current Wi-Fi network with someone else. The person you share with will be able to connect automatically without entering the password.
- Include editing history when you share pictures and videos
- When you share pictures and videos with Quick Share, you can include the complete editing history so the receiver can see what’s changed or revert back to the original.
- Share tips with others
- Find something useful in the Tips app? Tap the Share icon to send it to a friend.
More features and improvements
- Customize your phone with unique colors based on your wallpaper. Your custom color palette now appears in more apps, including apps provided by Google.
- Your Galaxy just got a lot smarter. When you start adding an event to your calendar, your device will suggest a title and time based on text messages and other activity on your phone. You’ll get similar suggestions in Calendar, Reminder, Keyboard, Messages, and other apps.
Clean up shadows and reflections in Photo Editor
- Shadows and reflections will be removed automatically whenever you use the Object eraser.
Add emojis to your calendar
- In addition to stickers, you can now add emojis to a date on your calendar to express your feelings.
Take quick notes while you browse
- Keep track of your sources with new clipping options for Samsung Notes. You can include content from Samsung Internet or Gallery when you create a note using the quick panel or the Tasks edge panel.
Choose apps for text correction in Samsung Keyboard
- Choose which apps you want to get automatic text corrections in. Turn it on for writing apps to keep your spelling and grammar in check, and turn it off for texting apps where you want to be less formal.
More widely available keyboard options
- Keyboard layouts, input methods, and features for specific languages are now available in more regions, so you can type easily no matter where you are. You can always switch back to your previous layout in Settings.
Customize your sound balance
- In Accessibility settings, you can adjust the left/right sound balance for connected devices, such as speakers or headphones, separately from the sound balance for your phone speakers. This allows you to get the perfect balance out of your headphones without affecting how your ringtone and speakers sound.
New actions for Bixby Routines
- You can now create routines that change your watch face or turn on advanced settings like Protect battery.
Customize your virtual memory
- Choose the size of your phone’s virtual memory with RAM Plus in Device care. Go with more to boost performance or less to save storage space.
Game optimizing service
- CPU/GPU performance during early stages of gameplay will not be limited. (A performance management feature based on device temperature will be maintained.) The “Alternate game performance management mode” in Game Booster will be provided. 3rd party apps to bypass the Game Optimizing Service will be allowed.
Note: Some apps will need to be updated separately after the One UI 4.1 update.
Samsung Galaxy A21s users can now enjoy Android 12 One UI 4.1
As part of beginning the Android 13-based One UI 5 Beta program later this month, Samsung is regularly providing the last year’s One UI 4 based on Android 12 upgrade to the remaining Galaxy devices. The Galaxy M11 and Galaxy A02s have recently got access to Android 12, while the Galaxy A21s is the most recent entry.
The Galaxy A21s smartphone users can now enjoy the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 features as Samsung has just begun the upgrade rollout with firmware version A217FXXU8DVF6. Starting in Russia, it’s likely to expand to more consumers in other regions and markets in the coming days/weeks.
Besides new features, the latest Galaxy A21s upgrade installs June 2022 Android security patches for better system stability and security. It’s worth mentioning that the June 2022 patch brings fixes to over 60 bugs and viruses in order to maintain the system’s security.
Last year, Google launched the Android 12 operating system, which brings radical design changes to the user interface. However, Samsung didn’t use whole new changes of the new OS for its One UI 4.1 software, while including significant upgrades compared to the 3.1.
One UI 4.1 is based on Android 12 OS, bringing a lot of new features and minor UI changes to Galaxy consumers. It adds Google’s Material You Dynamic Theming that paints the entire UI with a dominant color picked from the homescreen wallpaper set up by the user… continue reading
Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panels
Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panels is one of the exclusive features that come with One UI. It provides different panels for the Edge screen that brings quick access to users’ favorite applications, contacts, live messages, and features.
Users can also use a split-screen view to set up their devices to use two apps on the Edge screen at the same time. This feature is very helpful as well as time-saving as we can easily open an app or feature that we want with a single click.
One UI 4.1 is based on Android 12, the company brings several new features and improvements over the One UI 4.0. Aside from the features, the company has also improved the functionality of Edge Panels, as mentioned above.
To enable this amazing easy-to-access apps option (One UI 4.1 Edge Panels), you have to follow a few steps.
Enable Edge Panels:
First, open your smartphone’s Settings, then tap on the Display option, scroll down and tap the Edge Panels option. Turn on the toggle to enable it. You can also customize the Edge panels with the Panels and Handle options.
The South Korean tech giant also provides the Samsung One UI 4.1 Edge Panels app via the Galaxy Store. By releasing optimizations and features through new updates, the company is regularly enhancing the app for a smoother usability experience.
- Update (July 03): Samsung has started releasing a new update for Edge Panels with version 220.127.116.11. The latest update brings some common issues to enhance the overall performance.
- April 09: Samsung One UI Edge panels receiving a new update via Galaxy Store. The latest update comes with a version 18.104.22.168 and an updated package size of 10.32MB.
- April 02: Samsung is releasing a new update for its One UI Edge Panels with version 22.214.171.124, which brings improvements to enhance performance. Read the full story here.
Let’s see the enabling steps of One UI 4.1 Edge Panels through graphics
First you need to open the Settings menu on your Galaxy device, from here tap on “Display”, scroll down and tap on “Edge Panels” option. Use the on-screen toggle to enable or disable the option.
How to add Contacts to Edge Panel?
To add contacts to Edge panels to easily access them. Firstly, Open Edge Panels then swipe left or right across your edge panels until you are on People Edge. Click Allow to give the edge panel permission to access your contacts and then click on the edit option. Select contacts that you want to add to the edge panel and it is done.
Add One UI 4.1 Control Panel to Edge Panel
Swipe to open on the Edge panel >> Settings icon >> Galaxy Store >> click on Control Center. The Control Center Edge Panel isn’t free, you will have to pay $1.88 to download it. Pay the amount and get access to the Control center on your phone’s edge.
One UI 4.1
One UI 4.1 is the latest custom skin offered by Samsung that comes with a slew of new features including Smart Widgets, Live Sharing on Google Duo, Sound balanced options, vibrations customizations, enhanced Samsung Pay, and redesigned Color palette, extra brightness, and more.
Aside from these features, the latest One UI version makes your experience more smoother and intuitive. Several devices already started receiving One UI 4.1 updates with features. If your Galaxy device also received this major update so update it to enjoy the new features. You can check the full changelog and features of the One UI 4.1 here.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Android 12L One UI 4.1.1 update info
In August 2019, Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 10 series as the successor to the Galaxy Note 9 flagship. At the Galaxy Unpacked event, the company introduced the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, and next year, the Galaxy Note 10 Lite was unveiled as an affordable variant of the flagship line.
The Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ shipped with the Android 9-based One UI 1.5 while the Galaxy Note 10 Lite came with the One UI 2.0 based on Android 10 out of the box. Presently, these devices run the latest Android 12-based One UI version 4.1.
The Galaxy Note 10 lineup has already received the major One UI 4.1 update, based on Android 12. However, Samsung is likely to introduce the Android 12L based One UI 4.1.1 with the Galaxy Z Fold 4 in August. Meanwhile, the company might also bring the One UI 4.1.1 to the Galaxy Note 10 series.
This article will cover every major and minor software update that will arrive for the Galaxy Note 10 series devices. At the same time, you can get all the latest insights on Samsung’s Android 12L and One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy Note 10, Galaxy Note 10+, and Galaxy Note 10 Lite.
July 01, 2022
We’re guessing that Samsung might provide another Android upgrade to the Galaxy Note 10, Note 10+, S10e, S10, and S10+ smartphones, possibly the Android 12L. As all the eligible Pixel devices are currently running the 12L version of the Android operating system, the South Korean tech giant might deliver it to a handful of Galaxy devices as well. Read more
June 30, 2022
Samsung has started releasing a new update for the Galaxy Themes app to improve performance. Identified via version 5.2.05.4, the latest update of the Galaxy Themes brings Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 support.
June 17, 2022
It looks like Samsung is testing a major software on the latest flagships for consumers in Europe, which could be the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 or the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1.
June 25, 2022
Tipster Jon Prosser has recently revealed that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable smartphones might be launched on August 10, 2022. We know that the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 will also be introduced alongside the upcoming foldables.
June 09, 2022
Samsung just released a new application update to the Good Lock’s One Hand Operation + module, adding support for the One UI 4.1.1 version. At the same time, the changelog revealed that the upcoming One UI 4.1.1 iteration will be based on the Android 12L operating system.
June 04, 2022
The upcoming One UI 4.1.1 firmware will fix major issues occurring on the Good Lock’s Wonderland customization application. The recently emerged bugs and issues require “a lot of platform-level code correction”, which will be reflected with the One UI 4.1.1 version.
June 04, 2022
Samsung starts One UI 4.1.1 firmware development on Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 under the build version F936NKSU0AVF2 and F721NKSU0AVF2, respectively. We can take it as the company’s yet another action ahead of the launch of the new foldable phones.
March 22, 2022
Today, Samsung has initially pushed the new Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+ devices.
Notably, these devices have already received three major OS upgrades, in which the Android 12 is the last one. It means these phones will have to spend their remaining life on One UI 4.1.
March 15, 2022
The company announced that select Camera features of the new Galaxy S22 series will be offered to several older flagship devices including the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy S20 series with the One UI 4.1 update.
As per the info, the upcoming features are night portrait, pet recognition, lighting position editing, telephoto portrait mode, Director’s View, integrated Snapchat and more.
Nevertheless, the mod announcement doesn’t mention the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 series, it’s expected that the One UI 4.1 may not be released.
Meanwhile, Samsung should provide the One UI 4.1 update to the Galaxy S10 and Note 10 series as well, which will further enhance the stability alongside fixing some minor issues appeared after upgrading to the Android 12.
March 9, 2022
- Samsung will soon rollout March 2022 security update for more Galaxy devices including Galaxy Note 10 series, Galaxy Note 20 series, and more. Along with the security patch, these devices may also receive the One UI 4.1 update. Read the complete story here.
February 9, 2022
- Samsung has now officially launched the Galaxy S22 smartphone lineup, which comes with the latest Android 12-based One UI 4.1 software. Read more
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