One UI 5.1
Samsung Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra One UI 5.1 software testing underway [EWA8]
Samsung Galaxy S21 series smartphones have started testing another One UI 5.1 version. New builds of the Galaxy S21 series smartphones appeared on the checkfirm that hints major One UI version testing is going on.
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Galaxy S23, Galaxy S23 Plus, and Galaxy S23 Ultra smartphones are testing One UI 5.1 with firmware versions G991NKSU3EWA8, G996NKSU3EWA8, and G998NKSU3EWA8 respectively in Korea.
January 11, 2023
Samsung has officially announced to launch of the Galaxy S23 series phones on February 1. Along with this, the company will also introduce the new One UI 5.1 software with additional features. Meanwhile, ahead of the release, various Galaxy phones have already started testing the One UI 5.1 software internally and now the Samsung Galaxy S21 series has also joined the party.
Recently, the One UI 5.1 test builds for all three Galaxy S21 series phones – S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra have appeared on the CheckFirm application. This internal testing suggets that the corresponding device users will not have to wait for too long to get access to the new software.
Although the CheckFirm application does not reveal the exact timeline for the update to release. It is expected that following the Galaxy S23 launch, Samsung will start expanding the One UI 5.1 software for more Galaxy phones and tablets in mid to late February, and Galaxy S21 devices could be among the first phones to grab it.
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Furthermore, the latest information via the app suggets that Samsung is testing the One UI 5.1 software on Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra phones with model numbers G991NKSU3DVL2, G996NKSU3DVL2, G996NKSU3DVL2, respectively. It’s worth mentioning that the new software is testing in South Korea at the present time.
One UI 5.1 features:
Samsung’s One UI 5.1 software will be based on the Android 13 operating system. It’s an upgraded version of the current One UI 5.0 software that will come with more features and further improvements.
The company had already left some features to launch with One UI 5.1. These include Multi-user profiles, Bixby text calls in more languages, a Battery widget, some more Dynamic theme improvements, and more.
One UI 5.1
Ultimate One UI 5.1 Lock Screen Customization: Here’s how to renovate your Samsung Galaxy
One UI 5.1 is the king of lock screen customization when it comes to Android skins. Samsung brought pretty cool personalization options with the Android 13-based One UI 5 software, which is somehow derived from Apple’s iOS 16.
From a basic to an ultimate setup, Samsung One UI 5.1 enables users to create their dream lock screen. And you don’t need to spend much time in personalization, as lock screen renovation can be done on your Galaxy like playing games.
Here’s how to renovate the lock screen:
Samsung One UI 5.1 made lock screen customization as simple as adding a widget to the home screen. From the lock screen itself, you can access all of the ultimate recreation tools such as Wallpaper, clock, left/right shortcuts, emergency text, and notification style.
So, you only need to tap and hold on to the lock screen page, and make sure your Galaxy device is unlocked. In a millisecond delay, you will be able to see options like Wallpaper, along with outlined guidelines on elements you can adjust on the lock screen.
We are starting with the Wallpapers section. Tap the button, and the One UI will show you all the available wallpaper services, the same as the home screen. You can either pick a wallpaper from the native library or choose one from the listed services including Featured, Gallery, Graphical, Colors, Wallpaper services, or Downloaded.
After finalizing a new wallpaper for the lock screen, the clock style is the first element that we can renovate. There are five different designs including three digital and two analog. Besides, you can also remove the clock completely or expand the customization with Good Lock’s ClockFace plugin.
After tapping on your favorite clock style, you can adjust the size as per your preference. Once done, it becomes necessary to optimize the clock’s color with wallpaper from the available options including solid colors, gradient ones along with color spectrum.
Once finalized, it’s time to jump to the notification appearance, for which, Samsung brought two different designs. I prefer using the Icon only setting, as it keeps the lock screen clean, while you can either prevent notifications or choose the Details format.
It’s now possible to add emergency information on the lock screen, which someone can use to reach your family member. One UI 5.1 brings an option where you can put a phone number of instructions like allergy, which will be shown on the lock screen and visible to all without unlocking the phone.
Well, you can put any kind of text content in that field, which will show up on the lock screen as a signature. Just hit the contact information button, and write down your text content (either contact info or your name of fav text) along with emojis as I mentioned We ❤ Samsung.
Last but not least, the left and right swipe buttons can also be customized with different functions. There are two kinds of services including some that can be accessed without unlocking the phone and some that requires the phone to be unlocked. I’ve picked DND on Left and Camera on Right, you can pick yours!
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One UI 5.1
Samsung phones and tablets that have received One UI 5.1
First published on Feb. 13…
On February 13, Samsung started giving early Valentine’s Day gifts to Galaxy customers in the form of One UI 5.1 update! The rollout of the new One UI 5.1 update started with several older eligible flagship devices including the Galaxy Z Fold/Flip 4 as well as Galaxy S22, Galaxy S21, and Galaxy S20 series.
The One UI 5.1 update package weighs between 1.5GB to 1.98GB and the feature availability also varies by model. The Galaxy S22 series is taking most of the Galaxy S23 benefits, while, it’s just a farewell release for the Galaxy S20 series and Note 20 series.
One UI 5.1 is available for:
- Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Z Flip 4
- Galaxy S22, S22 Plus and S22 Ultra
- Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3
- Galaxy S21, S21 Plus and S21 Ultra
- Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra – Feb. 18
- Galaxy Z Fold 2 5G – Feb. 21
- Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra
- Galaxy S21 FE and S20 FE 5G
- Galaxy Z Flip – Feb. 27
- Galaxy Tab S8 series
- Galaxy Tab S7 series
- Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite
Non-flagship Galaxy devices:
- Galaxy A73, A53, A33 and A23- Feb. 20
- Galaxy M53, M33 – Feb. 25
- Galaxy A23 – Feb. 27
- Galaxy F62 – Mar. 1
- Galaxy M62, M52 – Mar. 1st week
- Galaxy A52s – Mar. 2
- Galaxy Quantum 2 – Mar. 2
- Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7 Plus
- Galaxy A71 and A51 – Mar. 8
- Galaxy S10 Lite – Mar. 7
- Galaxy A72, A52 and A32 – Mar. 9
- Galaxy A13 – Mar. 14
- Galaxy A51 5G – Mar. 21
- Galaxy A03s – Mar. 22
- Galaxy A32 LTE – Mar. 22
Didn’t find your device on the list? It doesn’t mean your smartphones will not get the One UI 5.1 update. Samsung has just begun the rollout, which may take about 3 to 4 weeks to reach all regions and carriers. If your device is eligible for Android 14, you would receive the One UI 5.1 as well.
How to update:
Head towards the Settings menu, tap the Software update tab, followed by Download and install. Let your device connect to Samsung’s software server and find out the new build. If a new build is available for your device and CSC, follow the on-screen instructions and enjoy!
One UI 5.1
On February 1, Samsung launched the Galaxy S23 series smartphones that brought the One UI 5.1 firmware out of the box. This new One UI version is an improved variant of Samsung’s first Android 13 skin and offers select new features from the S23 to older models.
What’s new with One UI 5.1?
Similar to the One UI 5.0, Samsung’s new One UI 5.1 version is also based on the Android 13 operating system. Ahead of major switch like Android 14, the company is offering select new features from its topmost flagship lineup to older models such as the Galaxy S and Z.
Changes of One UI 5.1 firmware include a handful of new features including enhancements to the Camera and Gallery apps with the ability to remaster and fine-tune photos saved on your phone. It also brings the ability to access the Expert RAW camera app directly from the stock Camera app.
Last but not least, One UI 5.1 is packed with battery status widgets for the home screen along with a Spotify suggestions option and Settings quick panels. Earlier, the leaked One UI 5.1 changelog listed plenty of new features in detail, which you can check here.
One UI 5.1
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite One UI 5.1 update starts expanding
Samsung has now begun expanding the One UI 5.1 update for more Galaxy Note 10 Lite users. The update was initially rolled out in France and the company is now releasing this update for Note 10 Lite models in UAE.
One UI 5.1 update provides a next-level performance with new features to enhance productivity and personalization. The newest version of One UI brings a load of new features that make your Galaxy experience smoother and amazing.
Along with several new features, it also installs the February 2023 patch for system security and stability improvements. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite One UI 5.1 update bears the PDA version N770FXXU8HWB6 and you can download it through Settings >> Software update >> Download and install.
This update brings a handful of new features and enhances the Note 10 Lite devices to take their Galaxy experience to next level. It installs two new Widgets – the battery widget, and the Dynamic Weather widget, as well as significant improvements to the Smart Suggestion and contacts widgets.
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Moreover, the update also carries a new pop-up view and split-screen view features for easier multitasking, a more effortless selfie color tone picker in the Camera, multiple advanced Gallery app features, Bixby Text Call in the English language, support for Continue using an app on other devices feature in Samsung Internet, and much more.