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5 Amazing Tips to manage Gallery Albums on your One UI 5 smartphone

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Samsung One UI 5.0 Gallery update

Android 13-based One UI 5 comes with a bundle of new features for the Samsung Gallery app to make it more manageable and easy to use. The company added several new options to albums, photos, and settings sections, so we can easily customize each section but how? Don’t worry, here are 5 great tips to customize the Samsung Gallery albums section of your One UI 5 device.

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This major update worked closely on privacy in the My Albums section to make the gallery app more secure. To keep personal photos and documents safe, the company has added options like lock album, hide album, selected albums to show, and more. Let’s see 5 amazing tips for albums.

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Samsung One UI 5 Gallery Albums Tips

Change the Cover Photo of the Album

Sometimes, you may not want some images to appear as the top cover of a photo album. But we don’t need to worry because we can also change the cover photo of the album.

To do so, first, visit the Samsung Gallery app >>  open Album section >> now select any one album by a Long press on it >> tap on the More option (three vertical dots) >> click on Change cover image option >> select any image from the album >> crop it and press Apply. Now, you can see a new cover photo of the album.

Lock Album

Many times we do not want that no one should see the photos which are our personal or any important document images on our mobile. So now we can hide the albums without letting anyone see them because Samsung One UI 5.0 brings a new feature that lets us lock them.

After using the Lock Album feature, the album will be unlocked only with an authenticated fingerprint.

You can lock the album, just need to choose any album then press on the More option, and tap on the Lock Album option. It is done. To open the album, you have to scan your fingerprint or enter your PIN.

Hide Album 

You can hide Album from the main screen of the Album section. To do so, open the Album section of the Samsung Gallery app >> select the View all option >> tap on the More option >> press Hide Album >> Turn on the toggle of the Album that you want to hide.

Select Albums to show 

Want to see a limited album in the Gallery Album section? Yes, you can do that with the Select Albums to show option. By enabling this option, you can see that limited albums will be shown in My Albums. However, you can see the all albums by the View all option, which is present below the More option.

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Easily Sort Album 

With One UI 5.0, the company added more options for sorting albums. When you start sorting albums, you will see the below-mentioned options available after tapping on the Sort option in the My Albums section.

  • Custom Order
  • Name (A to Z)
  • Name (Z to A)
  • Items (most to fewest)
  • Items (Fewest to most)

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Samsung’s Android 13/One UI 5.0 update released for Galaxy M21 (2021)

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Galaxy M21 One UI 5.0 update

Samsung is delivering the major Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update for Galaxy M21 (2021) smartphone. This is rolling out in Asian counties, with users living in India being the first to grab it.

The company is releasing this major update with a handful of new features, countless improvements, and various customization abilities. At the same time, Samsung is also revamping the user interface of the Galaxy M21 (2021) smartphone with the One UI 5.0 update.

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Eligible customers can now head over to the Settings and Software update section to install this update. You can identify it through the built version M215GDDU2CWA3.

Galaxy M21 One UI 5.0 update

What’s new:

Android 13-based One UI 5.0 brings you 16 Color palettes and basic color options, which now apply more impressively over the UI. There are Stack widgets feature for the Home screen, new multitasking gestures to use Split-screen and Pop-up view with ease, and Notification permission features.

Additionally, the update installs Per-app languages, a new Smart Suggestion widget, the ability to disable RAM Plys, three new Settings menus including Connected devices, Modes and Routines and Security and Privacy, Smart Text Extraction, and much more.

Samsung Keyboard, Samsung DeX, Notifications, Accessibility, and many other compartments are also witnessing multiple improvements and new functions. Whereas, the Camera app is getting a new Picture Watermark feature, a Help guide, improved Single Take, and other features.

Furthermore, the company has slightly tweaked the user interface, made the app icons bolder, and made screen transitions smoother with improved animations. You will see some improvements in the Notification panel and Quick settings panel.

Whereas, the Recent menu now shows apps that are running in the background, which is convenient to know what apps are draining your battery.

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Samsung Galaxy S9, Note 9 can install Android 13/One UI 5, thanks to Noble ROM

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Samsung S9 Note 9 Android 13

It’s been years since Samsung introduced the flagship Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 smartphones. The devices are still shining in many hands but the company has officially ended all the major and monthly software update support for them. Despite this, the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Note 9 users can taste the features of the latest Android 13.

Yes, the consumers of outdated Galaxy S9 and Note 9 smartphones can install the Android 13-based One UI 5.0 update in the form of an unofficial firmware called Noble ROM 3.0.

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XDA’s developer named AlexisXDA has created the unofficial builds of Samsung’s Android 13 One UI 5.0 software and successfully installed it in the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+, and Galaxy Note 9 smartphones.

Samsung S9 Note 9 Android 13

The developer has ported the build using the Android 13 release of the modified Galaxy Note 10 Lite and Galaxy S20 to tweak the 2018’s flagships with the newest features and user interface. Obviously, this is not as perfect as the official version but it is the way best way if you want to get new features on your old phone.

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Below you can check out what this unofficial Android 13 built will install on your Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9:

Galaxy S9, Note 9 Android 13 features:

  • Based on the official One UI 5.0 S20 and N10 Lite with January’s Security Patches.
  • All One UI 5 stuffs have been ported successfully
  • Odexed, Hardly Debloated and added some tweaks for best performance and better battery.
  • Added some tweaks in order to have the best smoothness and general performance!
  • Make your ROM! OUR aroma allows you to select everything you want to have on your phone in order to improve the user experience!
  • Remappable Bixby Button
  • Disabled RMM Lock.
  • Google Pay working (Hide it with Magisk)
  • Secure Folder working
  • Photo Remaster, Object Eraser and Extra Dim available
  • Improved zoom quality in Gallery
  • Useful cards tab enabled in messages
  • Night mode zoom on camera.
  • Night mode on hyperlapse.
  • Enabled Dolby on Game.
  • Power key in notification panel.
  • Samsung App Lock.
  • iOS 16 Emoji’s selectable in aroma.

Known bugs:

General

  • IRIS scanner is broken
  • Face unlock and HDMI support are not working
  • RAM Plus not shown
  • AOD always shows phone charging

Camera

  • Front camera and HDR
  • Super slow motion
  • Manual focus on Pro photo and Pro video
  • Back Portrait on objects
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What’s new with Samsung One UI 5.1 AI Eraser features and how to use

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Samsung One UI 5.1 AI Eraser

Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy S23 series with the One UI 5.1 software at the Unpacked event yesterday. The new devices introduce a bunch of new features and improvements that are coming soon to older Galaxy phones. Some of such One UI 5.1 improvements can be seen in the Samsung AI Eraser.

The AI Eraser of Samsung Gallery is smart enough to erase the shows, light reflection, and wanted objects from your pictures to make them look perfect. This function of the Galaxy devices is getting improvements with the latest One UI 5.1 software.

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According to a Samsung members community moderator, the One UI 5.1 update has improved the processing speed of the AI ​​eraser function. It will help users get the perfect results in no time. Additionally, the company has also improved the resolution, image quality, and other AI eraser editing tools.

How to use Galaxy AI Eraser

How to erase objects :

You first need to visit “Samsung Gallery” and open the “photo” you want to edit, Next, tap on the “Edit icon” and then visit the “More” options. Now tap on “AI Eraser”, select the object to erase, and finally, tap “Done” when you are satisfied with the editing.

How to erase shadows :

Shadow erase automatically distinguishes between shadows to be erased and shadows to be discarded, and image quality has also been improved after shadow erase is applied. However, variations may occur depending on photo characteristics, such as shooting conditions.

To use this function, head over to “Samsung Gallery”, Select a photo and tap on the “Edit” option. Now tap on the “More” option and then tap “AI Eraser”. Now tap on “Shadow Erase”, finally erase the shadow and click “Done”.

How to clear light reflections:

Just like the other two editing features, to clear light reflections, you need to open the Picture you want to edit in the Gallery app. Tap on the Edit icon >> More options ?? AI Erase. Now tap on “Light Reflection Erase”, erase the unwanted light reflection and tap “Done”.

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