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PSA: Samsung Object, Shadow and Reflection Eraser apps are not working in One UI 5.0 Beta

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One UI 5.0 Beta Object Shadow Eraser

Samsung is running the One UI 5.0 Beta program for Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S21 devices in some countries. There is no doubt that this version has lots of new features and improvements. But One UI 5.0 Beta customers are having issues with using Object, Shadow, and Reflection Eraser apps.

Object, Shadow, and Reflection erasers are a part of the Samsung Photo Editor app that lets you add amazing enhancements to photos. With the help of these tools, you can remove any object as well as shadow and reflection that is disturbing your picture’s subject.

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However, after installing the recent One UI 5.0 Beta update, users have started complaining that their phones’ Object, Shadow and Reflection Eraser tools are not working. In the meantime, the Samsung Beta operation manager has also confirmed the same as well as provided a fix.

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One UI 5.0 Beta Object Shadow Eraser

According to the users’ report and SammyFans’ personal experience, the photo edit option appears when selecting any image from the Gallery app. You will also see the object eraser tool on the Menu option and your One UI 5.0 beta running device will let you select any object you want to erase. But when you complete your editing and hit the Done button, nothing happens.

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How to fix One UI 5.0 Object eraser issue:

  • Head over to the Settings of your Galaxy smartphone.
  • Scroll down to enter the Apps section.
  • Search keyboard eraser, and three apps appear.
    1. Object Eraser
    2. Reflection Eraser
    3. Shadow Eraser
  • Delete all these three apps by tapping on the app, then uninstall option.
  • Your phone’s Object, Shadow, and Reflection eraser tools will start working.

However, if the problem still occurs, there might be another. You should wait for the next One UI 5.0 Beta/Stable update to reach your device.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Android 13 update is expanding in the US [One UI 5]

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Last week, Samsung released the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 stable update for the Verizon-locked models of the Galaxy S21 FE smartphones in the US. This big update is now expanding to US Cellular network users.

While Samsung has begun dispatching the December 2022 Android security patch to its customers, the major Android 13 update to Galaxy S21 FE comes with the November 2022 patch for security enhancements.

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Furthermore, the Korean company is releasing this software update with One UI build version G990USQU4DVK5 for US Cellular customers. It’s expected to expand to other carrier network customers very soon.

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Samsung S21 FE Android 13 update US

Galaxy S21 FE Android 13 One UI 5.0:

While the Google Android 13 installs a bunch of new features to Galaxy S21 FE, Samsung’s One UI 5.0 brings plenty of customization options, a new user interface, bolder app icons, smoother animations, and faster performance.

Some top-listed new features include 16 Color palette options, Notification permissions, Extract text from images, Stack widgets, Camera watermark, LockStar-like lock screen customization options, Per-app language, the ability to turn off RAM Plus, and much more.

In addition, the company adds four new accessibility toggles to the Quick settings panel, three new Settings menus: Connected devices, Modes and Routines, Security and Privacy, three new Good Lock modules, etc.

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Samsung Galaxy A32 Android 13/One UI 5.0 update is rolling out in Europe, Korea

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Samsung is now rolling out the Android 13 One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy A32 5G smartphones. This update is rolling out in some European countries at the present time and will expand to more users shortly.

  • Software version: A326BXXU4CVK5

You can get access to this major software update on your Galaxy A32 smartphone through its “Settings“. From here, enter the “Software update” section and tap on the “Download and install” option.

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Galaxy A32 One UI 5.0 update Korea

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Yesterday, Samsung officially started delivering the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy A32 4G smartphones in some global markets. Now the Galaxy A32 One UI 5.0 update is expanding in South Korea.

The latest update is released with One UI build version A325NKSU1CVK4. It brings plenty of new features including Extract text from images, Per-app language, Notification permission, Bixby text calls, Stack widgets, Lockdown mode, Maintenance mode, new swipe gestures for easier split-screen and pop-up view, Camera Watermark, Help guide in Pro mode, and many more.

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At the same time, the company also improves a bunch of its older One UI functions, such as Color Palette which now has 16 palettes and basic colors instead of 4, picture and video editing tools in the Gallery app, Edge Panels, Wallpaper and Style section, Camera’s Single Take and Food mode features, My Files apps, and others.

One UI 5.0 also brings some notables changes to the user interface. The Notification panel and Quick settings panel are impressively revamped, the app icons are now bolder, and the system animations are also sweetened.

Aside from these, you will notice three new Settings menus – Connected devices, Modes and Routines, and Security and Privacy, some new accessibility options in the Quick panel, and a set of new customization options for the Lock screen.

Last but not least, the Samsung Galaxy A32 One UI 5.0 update installs the outdated October 2022 security patch in Korea, however, it addresses dozens of privacy and security-related issues and optimizes system stability.

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Samsung Galaxy A23 Android 13/One UI 5.0 update is out, download now!

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Samsung A23 One UI 5.0 update

Samsung Galaxy A23 has joined the company’s rapidly-growing list of Galaxy devices getting the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update. Along with a handful of new features and multiple improvements, this update also brings the November 2022 security patch for privacy enhancements.

The company is releasing the Android 13 update for Galaxy A23 with build version A235FXXU1BVK8. Currently, it is dispatching in a few countries including Ukraine and Russia, however, Samsung should not take much time to spread it to more customers all over the world.

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If you are using a Samsung Galaxy A23 smartphone and are excited about its first major software update, you can now visit its Settings to check the update now. From here, enter the Software update section and tap on the Download and install option.

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Galaxy A23:

Samsung launched the Galaxy A23 smartphone with Android 12-based One UI 4.1 software earlier this year. This device comes with an impressive set of specifications, considering its low cost.

However, it only supports two major Android upgrades and the current Android 13 is one of them. Next, it should only receive the Android 14 update and security patches for three more years.

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One UI 5.0 features:

Samsung brings a lot of changes to the Galaxy user interface. It brings revamped Quick settings panel and Notification panel, new and bolder app icons, and smoother animations.

The company further adds a set of new customization functions including 16 Color Palettes, new tools to personalize the lock screen, Stack widgets for the home screen, and others.

As far as the features are concerned, there is the Extract text from images feature, Per-app languages, Notification permissions, swipe gestures for easier multitasking, the ability to disable RAM Plus, Camera watermark, Lockmown mode, and more.

The company further provides more convenience for using certain functions that comes under new Connected devices, Modes and Routines, and Privacy and security menus in the Settings.

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