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How to share files between multiple Windows devices

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It’s likely that you have multiple laptops or desktop computers connected to your home wifi, which means you may need to exchange files among them. There are now more alternatives than ever if you require specific files and folders to be available from anywhere due to significant changes in how to set this up in recent years. In this article, we will tell you how to share files with Windows networking between multiple devices.

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Share files with Windows networking

You will have to enter Settings >> select Network & internet >> WiFi >> the name of the wifi network you’re connected to in order to enable Windows’ built-in networking functionality.

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Selecting a Make sure Turn on sharing… is chosen under the Public folder shared in the “Advanced sharing settings” section of the old Control Panel. To make connecting easier, you might also want to pick Turn off password-protected access further down. Based on how you initially set up Windows, these options may already be active, but you need both to be active for file sharing to function properly.

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Your Windows user account’s public folder is by default accessible over the network. In the File Explorer navigation pane, select Network to view other computers and gadgets. A private network will enable you to see other networked computers and gadgets as well as their ability to see the Windows machine you are now using. Right-click on individual files and folders in File Explorer and choose Show additional options to transfer them somewhere other than your user account’s public folder.

Grant access to, and particular individuals: You can specify which Windows users will be allowed access by entering their information, or you can select Guest or Everyone to make the selected files and folders more accessible to everyone on the local network. The same dialogue allows you to simultaneously specify read and write permissions.

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With One UI 4.1.1, Galaxy Z Fold 3 users can adjust main and cover screen’s refresh rate separately

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Recently, Samsung started rolling out the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone users. It’s an incremental feature drop update, which brings additional new features and optimizations for large-screen devices.

The Galaxy Z Fold 3 smartphone has two displays – the cover screen (folded) and the main screen (unfolded). The Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 update brings a new feature for the Galaxy Z Fold 3, which provides you with even more control over the refresh rate of both screens.

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As mentioned in the update changelog, the One UI 4.1.1 update enhances the functionality of the refresh rate control menu, enabling the adjustment of the refresh rate of both displays separately. The settings can be found at the same place where it was on the One UI 4.1, however, the same refresh rate won’t be applied on both panels automatically.

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 cover screen refresh rate

The motion smoothness options section now shows that the refresh rate settings will be applied on the cover screen, if your Galaxy Z Fold 3 is in folded condition. On the other hand, you will be needing to unfold it if you are needing to alter the refresh rate of the main screen.

Most of the time, we use the Galaxy Z Fold 3 from the cover screen and unfold it while watching movies or playing games. Using this feature, the Galaxy Z Fold 3 users can save the battery life of their foldable phone by picking different refresh rates for both screens separately.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 main screen refresh rate

Before upgrading to One UI 4.1.1, there were no separate refresh rate settings on the Galaxy Z Fold 3.

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How to download and install Samsung One UI 5.0 Beta [Without PC]

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Samsung is offering the One UI 5.0 Beta Program for flagship Galaxy devices in select countries, while users in unsupported regions can also get the Android 13 Beta through the manual download and install method.

For many users, the process of manual firmware flashing is a bit difficult as it leads to problems like phone brick in case of any single wrong step. Meanwhile, the Alliance Shield X app is here, which allows you to install the firmware manually, and you don’t need a PC for it.

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Ahead of manual firmware installation, you will be needing the One UI 5.0 Beta firmware for your Samsung smartphone, which you can find out here. Do note that Samsung firmware contains some CSC limitations, therefore, we don’t recommend manual installation.

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Now, download and install the Alliance Shield X app from Google Play Store. Once done, open the application, create an account using the Register button and allow the Knox permissions.

Next, you need to rename the downloaded One UI 5.0 Beta firmware file to Update.zip, followed by moving it to the root storage directory (/storage/emulated/0).

After that, open the App Manager function, which you should find inside the Alliance Shield app itself. Then, search for “Software Update” and select the option with the purple/white Icon.

Once done, head for the activities and search for “com.idm.fotaagent.enabler.ui.admin.main.AdminMainActivity” term, and open it using the prompted Option.

At last, you will get the Sideload button, which is the last step before beginning the manual firmware flashing on your Samsung device. If you want to go ahead with it, press the sideload button and select the Update-File.

Installation of firmware will start, and it will be completed in a few minutes.

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How to disable RAM Plus in any Samsung device

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Samsung’s RAM Plus is a feature that occupies a specific part of your Galaxy phone’s internal memory and uses it as virtual RAM in order to boost applications’ performance. With time, Samsung made regular improvements in the RAM Plus feature, which is now almost matured with the One UI 5.0.

How to disable Samsung RAM Plus in One UI 5.0

With the One UI 5.0 update, the Samsung RAM Plus feature got the ability that lets users totally disable or turn off the virtual memory. To disable RAM Plus, open Settings > Battery and device care > Memory and tap the toggle added at the top of the screen to turn off the feature.

Samsung One UI 5.0 RAM Plus

How to disable RAM Plus in any Samsung device

While the One UI 5.0 software officially allows you to disable or turn off the RAM Plus feature on Galaxy devices, this functionality isn’t available in devices running One UI 4.1 or lesser. Meanwhile, you can still disable the RAM Plus in any Galaxy phone running One UI 4.1, credits – Android Police.

Requirements:

  1. PC with ADB installed
  2. Turn on USB Debugging on your phone

With your phone connected to ADB on your computer, copy and paste the following command into the terminal:

adb shell settings put global ram_expand_size_list 0,1,2,4,6,8

Once the command runs and gets completed, you need to reboot your Galaxy smartphone. After the reboot, access the RAM Plus menu again by navigating towards Settings > Battery and device care > Memory. Now, the RAM Plus will show you more new options from 0GB to 16GB.

  • From here, pick the 0GB option, then reboot your Galaxy device again, the RAM Plus is now disabled.

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