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New Galaxy to Share (GTS) plugin lets users share Good Lock settings across Samsung devices

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Samsung has now released yet another new plugin – Galaxy to Share for the Good Lock suite that lets users share all customization and module settings across Galaxy devices. This wonderful app will now allow you to share your own created personalization settings of various Good Lock modules and apps with other users.

According to the Good Lock moderator’s statement, the new Galaxy to Share (GTS) is a module, which allows you to easily share and set up your Good Lock settings and decorations. Initially, the module is available for a limited number of users alongside a handful of Good Lock contributors.

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Through Samsung Galaxy to Share module of One UI 5 Good Lock, you can easily use the good features by saving various modules or settings of Good Lock including but not limited to the lock screen, keyboard, and home screen, as honey tips and sharing them with your friends through DropShip.

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Since the Galaxy to Share module is in Beta testing, some functions may not work perfectly and you might also face crashing issues due to small bugs. In case you notice any bug or error, don’t forget to share feedback with Samsung immediately after occurring the issue for fixes before public release.

Also Read | Download these 4 new Samsung apps to take full advantage of One UI 5.0

The Galaxy to Share module is compatible with several Good Lock modules and apps including KeysCafe, ThemePark, Lockstar, Sound Assistant, HomeUp, Multistar, ClockFace, QuickStar, Navstar, One Hand Operation + and more.

Apart from this, you can also share Wallpaper, Theme, AOD, Launcher, and Settings using the Galaxy to Share module. Do note that the service is an exclusive part of One UI 5 Good Lock, therefore, you will be needing a Galaxy device running Stable Android 13.

Key Features:

  1. Select and apply the settings you want in the Recommended tab.
  2. You can manage and share the settings you have created.
  3. Dropship the settings created with Galaxy To Share
  4. Share through the app.

Note: GTS availability is currently limited on Galaxy Store.

James is the lead content creator on Sammy Fans and mostly works on Samsung's firmware section. His first phone was the Galaxy S4 and continues to get new S series devices. Most of the time, James tries to learn about new technologies and gadgets but he also sneaks a bit of free time to nearby rivers and nature.

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Samsung’s Sizing Kit will help you pick the perfect Galaxy Ring

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Samsung will be releasing its Galaxy Ring device in July this year. Potential consumers may have been concerned about picking their ideal size. Well, Samsung will likely offer a Sizing Kit that will be delivered before the Galaxy Ring so you can pick the size.

Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Ring at Mobile World Congress. As the formal release is scheduled for July, the company is already working on consumer convenience. As everyone doesn’t know their ideal ring size, Samsung prepared a pretty interesting hack.

Leaker EvanBlass revealed that Samsung would ship a Galaxy Ring Sizing Kit to potential buyers. If you are interested in purchasing a Galaxy Ring and unsure about the ring size, you will get a Sizing Kit upon ordering the Galaxy Ring and choosing the “I don’t know my size” option.

Once done, you will receive sample rings, letting you find the best size for your preferred finger. Later, you can pick the preferred size and confirm the order to get the Galaxy Ring delivered. It is expected that the Ring will be available in a total of 9 different sizes.

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Will Samsung launch Slim variants of Galaxy Z Flip 6, Z Fold 6?

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Samsung might launch Galaxy Z Flip 6 Slim and Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slip GalaxyClub reports. While the company is marching towards its July Unpacked, rumors about new Slim models are surfacing now.

RossYoung hints that Samsung might introduce a Galaxy Z Fold 6 Slim. It could have a larger display than the regular phone and lack S Pen support. This variant could hit the market later this year in the fourth quarter.

The Z Fold 6 Slim is model-numbered Q6 Slim, while there’s also a B6 Slim. B6 is the model number of the upcoming Z Flip 6, with Slim also expected. These rumors point out that the affordable foldables might be Slim.

At present, we don’t have any idea of the specifications of the Slim foldables. Earlier, it was reported that Samsung was heavily shocked by the reduced thickness of foldable phones released by Chinese vendors specifically Huawei.

It looks like the Korean tech giant has decided to trim some key specs in order to make foldables thinner. Those who want pro-grade specs would have option to go for strategic models, while Slim variants would extend the choice.

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Samsung struggles in Nvidia HBM test: Reuters

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Samsung is facing difficulties in passing the Nvidia HBM test Reuters reports. The report says that Samsung has not yet passed Nvidia’s tests for high-bandwidth memory. Issues with heat and power consumption are reportedly the major reasons.

Since last year, Samsung has been facing issues passing Nvidia HBM tests for HBM3 and HBM3E. Meanwhile, the South Korean tech giant responded (via Reuters), “The testing is still ongoing, and final results have not been determined.”

Last month, Nvidia failed Samsung’s 8-stack and 12-stack HBM3E chips. However, the testing is still running and the company may get more chances to get its chips passed. In case the company fails to pass the HBM test, it will lag behind its competitor SK Hynix.

HBM is a key player in the booming popularity of artificial intelligence. This semiconductor stacks DRAM layers to dramatically increase data capacity and processing speed. Currently, SK Hynix and Samsung Electronics have been sharing the market.

Analysts also say that SK Hynix, which developed the first HBM chip in 2013, has spent far more time and resources on HBM research and development than Samsung over the past decade, accounting for its technological edge.

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