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Here’s how to adjust Google Calendar layout

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The Google Calendar app is one of the pre-installed apps on Android phones that is useful in many ways. But it does happen that many people don’t like the calendar’s design when they see it.

They wish to modify it, but the majority of them are unaware that Google Calendar has a tool that allows users to quickly alter the calendar layout.

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We will explain to you how to adjust the Google Calendar layout of your preference and we will put a few screenshots also of the steps that need to be followed, it will help you in understanding in an easy manner.

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The layout of the calendar can be modified using the app’s menu. If you only want to see the days with entries, you can choose Schedule as a starting point.

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If not, change your calendar to one that is daily, three days, weekly, or monthly. You can even select from the Chinese, Hebrew, Hijri, Indian, Korean, and Persian calendars by going to Settings > General > Alternative calendar.

With the help of this tip, you may modify the layout of your Google Calendar and use it expertly.

Chanakya Shrutam is the lead writer and Editor-in-chief at Sammyfans.com. He is experienced in the field of App development for Android, Machine learning, and graphics designing. Most of the time he writes news articles and stays in front of his computer but he also takes some time off to practice calligraphy with new fountain pens.

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Here’s when Samsung will start Stable Android 13 One UI 5.0 update rollout

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On August 15, Google released the Android 13 update for Pixel devices, while Samsung started the One UI 5.0 Beta testing program for the Galaxy devices earlier this month. Google confirmed that the stable Android 13 update coming to your Galaxy devices “later this year.”

Samsung will surely start bringing the Android 13 update as One UI 5.0 to some eligible Galaxy devices later this year. Meanwhile, the company has already showcased most of the new features of this major upgrade including stackable widgets, more Color Palettes, optional call backgrounds for each contact, and much more.

Samsung Android 13 Release Date?

As always, Samsung has not shared the release date of the Galaxy Android 13 update. Well, we can accurately speculate when will Samsung release the One UI 5.0 update atop the Android 13 OS for the qualified Galaxy devices, thanks to records of past rollouts.

Let’s have a look at the recent past:

On October 4, 2021, the US tech giant seeded the Android 12 update for Pixel devices and Samsung bring it to the Galaxy devices as One UI 4.0 in mid-November. Well, the OEM was not able to run the rollout seamlessly as bugs and issues forced it to stop update delivery, which later on resumed in December.

Aside from this, the Android 11-based One UI 3.0 update took nearly three months to start rolling out for the flagship Samsung devices after the official debut of the base OS version. Seeing the big development with Android 12, we can expect that the company will start providing Android 13 to its flagships starting October this year.

Similar to previous rollouts, the South Korean tech giant will first upgrade its flagship Galaxy smartphones and then tablets. Later on, the company will gradually push the One UI 5.0 update to mid-range and budget phones in different markets globally.

Samsung Android 13 One UI 5.0 Update

Samsung Android 13 Eligible Devices

As of now, the Galaxy S22 series is just officially confirmed for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update. Aside from this, Samsung has not said anything about the Android 13 update distribution to other Galaxies, however, a number of phones and tablets are already confirmed to get One UI 5.0.

  • Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4
  • Galaxy S22 series
  • Galaxy Tab S8 series
  • Galaxy Z Fold 3, Galaxy Z Flip 3
  • Galaxy S21 series
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2, Galaxy Z Flip, Flip 5G
  • Galaxy S20 series
  • Galaxy Note 20 series
  • Galaxy Tab S7 series
  • Galaxy A52 and A53
  • Galaxy A71, A72, and A73

Aside from the above-listed smartphones, more Galaxy devices that were launched pre-installed with the Android 11-based One UI 3.x software will be supported for the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update as Samsung provides at least two major upgrades to all Galaxies.

You can check our dedicated article for the biggest Samsung Android 13-based One UI 5.0 eligible devices list, which consists of Galaxy M, Galaxy F, and more lineups. Still, some devices are no longer eligible for Android 13, however, Samsung will give them satisfaction with some new security updates.

Update: October 5

We are listing 11 Samsung devices that will get the Stable Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update by the end of this year.

  1. Samsung Galaxy S22
  2. Samsung Galaxy S22+
  3. Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  4. Samsung Galaxy S21
  5. Samsung Galaxy S21+
  6. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
  7. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
  8. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
  9. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
  10. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
  11. Samsung Galaxy A53

Update: September 25

Flagship phones including the Galaxy S series and Galaxy Z series are unquestionably the top priority of Samsung. Meanwhile, it’s good to see that the company doesn’t want even mid-range smartphone users to wait longer for the new Android version.

These Galaxy phones will get Android 13 before 2022 ends

  1. Galaxy S22
  2. Galaxy S22 Plus
  3. Galaxy S22 Ultra
  4. Galaxy S21
  5. Galaxy S21 Plus
  6. Galaxy S21 Ultra
  7. Galaxy Z Fold 4
  8. Galaxy Z Flip 4
  9. Galaxy Z Fold 3
  10. Galaxy Z Flip 3
  11. Galaxy A53

Update: September 11

Samsung officially confirmed the SDC 2022 event for October 12, where, it will unveil new software advancements for Galaxy ecosystem. At the same time, the South Korean tech giant will introduce the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 software.

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These Samsung Galaxy devices received Android 12/One UI 4.1 update so far

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Galaxy S21 Android 12

Samsung’s Android 12 update comes with a number of new features and changes for the Galaxy devices, thanks to the One UI 4.1. Starting November 15, Samsung began the stable Android 12-based One UI 4.0 update rollout for the Galaxy devices, followed by One UI 4.1 from March 15.

Based on Android 12 OS, the One UI 4 offers an elevated mobile experience that puts you in control with new customization options, privacy features, and access to Samsung’s ever-expanding ecosystem. The all-new user interface enables you to create a customized mobile experience to meet your unique needs.

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Android 12-inspired Color Palettes lets users alter the look and feel of everything from the phone’s home screen to icons, menu, buttons, and background. In addition, the reimagined widgets offer even deeper customization to put your own personal stamp on your smartphone experience.

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Below, you can see the list of Samsung Galaxy devices that have received the stable Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update.

Galaxy Z series

  • Galaxy Z Fold 3 — Available widely
  • Galaxy Z Fold 2 — Available widely
  • Galaxy Fold — Available widely
  • Galaxy Fold 5G — Available widely
  • Galaxy W22 — Available widely in China
  • Galaxy Z Flip 3 — Available widely
  • Galaxy Z Flip 5G — Available widely
  • Galaxy Z Flip — Available widely

 

Galaxy S series

  • Galaxy S21 — Available widely
  • Galaxy S21+ — Available widely
  • Galaxy S21 Ultra — Available widely
  • Galaxy S20 — Available widely
  • Galaxy S20+ — Available widely
  • Galaxy S20 Ultra — Available widely
  • Galaxy S20 FE — Available widely
  • Galaxy S10 — Available widely
  • Galaxy S10e — Available widely
  • Galaxy S10+ — Available widely
  • Galaxy S10 5G — Available widely
  • Galaxy S10 Lite — Available widely

 

Galaxy Note series

  • Galaxy Note 20 — Available widely
  • Galaxy Note 20 Ultra — Available widely
  • Galaxy Note 10 — Available widely
  • Galaxy Note 10+ — Available widely
  • Galaxy Note 10 5G — Available widely

 

Galaxy A series

  • Galaxy A82 5G — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A72 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A52 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A52 5G — Rolling out
  • Galaxy A52s 5G — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A42 5G — Rolling out
    • Available in the US on Verizon and Comcast, also internationally
  • Galaxy A32 5G — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A22 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A22 5G — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A32 4G — Rolling out now in India
  • Galaxy A71 5G — Rolling out now
    • Available in the US on US Cellular
  • Galaxy A51 5G — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A51 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A41 — Rolling out now
    Galaxy A31 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A21
  • Galaxy A21s — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A12 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A03s — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A02s — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A03 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy A01 – Rolling out
  • Galaxy A11 – Rolling out

Galaxy Tab series

  • Galaxy Tab S7 — Rolling out now
    • Available in the US and internationally
  • Galaxy Tab S7+ — Rolling out now
    • Available in the US and internationally
  • Galaxy Tab S7 FE 5G — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy Tab S6 Lite — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy Tab S6 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy Tab Active 3 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy Tab A7 (2020)
  • Galaxy Tab A7 Lite

 

Galaxy M/F series

  • Galaxy M62 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M31 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M22 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M21 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M31s — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M51 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy F41 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M22 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M12 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy M11 — Rolling out now
  • Galaxy F22
  • Galaxy F12

 

Galaxy XCover series

  • Galaxy XCover 5

We will update this article regularly…

 


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Samsung One UI 5.0 (Android 13) Early Info – Beta/Stable, Bugs/Issues, Release Date, Eligible Devices, Features

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Will your Samsung Galaxy device get Android 13/One UI 5.0 update this year?

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Android 13 is available for some Samsung smartphones through the One UI 5.0 Beta program. The company will update most of its flagship devices to the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 version by the end of this year, while, we have a list of possible smartphones.

Earlier, we detailed the new features of the One UI 5.0 iteration, while more are expected to be added with the Public release. Having a flagship Galaxy phone boosts up the possibilities of an earlier Android 13 update experience, thanks to the One UI 5.0 Beta Program.

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The Korean tech giant is currently facing issues with the new One UI 5.0 software version. As result, the Beta program has not yet concluded for the Galaxy S22 series devices. As the Beta has lots of problems, it’s not a great idea to switch from the Stable One UI 4.1 to the 5.0 Beta.

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Samsung Galaxy S22 Android 13 One UI 5.0

We recommend you wait for the final One UI 5.0 release in order to have seamless and error-free experiences on your Galaxy smartphone. Below, we are listing 11 Samsung devices that will get the Stable Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update by the end of this year.

  1. Samsung Galaxy S22
  2. Samsung Galaxy S22+
  3. Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
  4. Samsung Galaxy S21
  5. Samsung Galaxy S21+
  6. Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra
  7. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4
  8. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4
  9. Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3
  10. Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3
  11. Samsung Galaxy A53

The list mentioned above is not officially confirmed by Samsung, but previous rollouts and recent reports indicate the same. The One UI 5.0 Beta program is also live for the Galaxy S20 lineup, so the consumers having 2020 Samsung flagships can assume that the Stable update may be available this year.

Android 14

By the end of the year, Samsung is likely to update all of its recent flagships as well as select older flagships and mid-rangers to the Android 13. Meanwhile, Google is reportedly working on the Android 14 operating system, which could be available as a Developer Preview early next year.

Android 14 Operating System

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