How to check battery health of your Galaxy Watch via Samsung Members app (Self-diagnose)
Samsung has recently updated the Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 4 lineups with January 2023 version. In addition to the latest patch, the Galaxy Watch firmware included two new features including the phone’s camera zoom control and self-diagnose via Samsung Members.
First, make sure your Galaxy Watch 4 or Watch 5 is running the latest firmware version and apps including Samsung Members and Galaxy Wearable are also updated to the most up-to-date version. Once done, you will be able to diagnose the Galaxy Watch through the Samsung Members app.
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If your Galaxy wearable is connected to the Galaxy phone, you will be able to access the self-diagnosis feature. On the latest release, the Connected Device Diagnosis menu has been added inside the Help tab at the bottom of the Samsung Members app.
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As soon as you access the new menu, the Galaxy Watch (or Buds) connected to your phone will be displayed, allowing you to begin the diagnosis process. For the first time, the diagnostic software will be installed for the device and you can proceed ahead post-installation.
There are plenty of self-diagnose options available for Galaxy Watch users including battery status, device restart status, official software, check for updates, sensor, WiFi, location accuracy, touchscreen, mic, button, speaker, vibration, wireless charging, wear detection and alarm.
You can check the operation test by clicking on the list one by one. Some functions make sounds for testing or require permission, which can be authorized through the Watch. If you look at the list of diagnostics you have completed, they will all show up as normal diagnostics.
Using the self-diagnosis feature, you can identify the cause of the problem happening on your device as soon as it emerges. For your information, there are 6 options available for the self-diagnosis of the Galaxy Buds 2 in the Members application.
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Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Tip: How to get a good night’s sleep
We spend about a third of our lives sleeping – during this time body and mind can come to rest. With the realization that a good night’s sleep is an important basis for our health, Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro support users in improving their sleep quality.
Measuring and analyzing sleep and starting everyday life more relaxed is a new trend. Around half of Galaxy Watch users track their sleep at least once a week, and 40% even more than three times a week. A better understanding of your sleep habits can make it easier to improve them and in turn, contribute to quality sleep.
Here’s how to get a good night’s sleep:
- Understand sleep patterns and adjust habits
Every person has their own sleeping rhythm and their own sleeping habits. The Samsung BioActive Sensor in the Galaxy Watch5 series can help to understand and, where possible, improve personal sleep needs.
Samsung’s technology can measure users’ sleep patterns whether they snore when the deep sleep phase begins, or how high the oxygen content is in the blood. With the Samsung Health app, these values can be easily viewed the following morning.
- Gathering this data can be the first step in establishing an efficient nighttime routine.
Samsung’s sleep analysis can help with this process by recording sleep behavior over seven days and then assigning it to one of eight animal symbols such as Alligator and Lion. Users also get helpful tips and instructions on exercise, nutrition, and mindfulness.
- For the ideal bedroom
The importance of a good sleeping environment should not be underestimated either. Details such as screen lighting or room temperature can have a major impact on sleep.
That’s why the sleep mode, which can be synced with the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy smartphones, silences distracting notifications before you fall asleep and turns the screen display into shades of gray.
In addition, the “Always On Display” function is deactivated. Sleep mode also prevents the Galaxy Watch from being accidentally activated when users touch the display or move their wrists.
Thanks to SmartThings, even more functions and features can be used for restful sleep. For example, compatible blinds, light switches, and air conditioning systems can be automatically controlled to fall asleep via the Galaxy Watch.
Samsung is constantly working to promote ideas and solutions for restful sleep and healthy sleeping habits. Through ongoing partnerships with industry leaders, including the National Sleep Foundation, Samsung provides practical insights to support healthy living habits.
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Here’s how to customize lock icon of Samsung Galaxy devices
You all have seen the lock icon on the lock screen of your Samsung smartphone, do you know that you can change its color, layout, and size as per your choice? If you do not know, then in this article we are going to tell you the steps to customize this small icon on your smartphone’s lock screen.
Samsung One UI offers many features for the Lock screen to easily customize it as well as allows you to access many functions directly. We can see a lot of things on the lock screen, which we can now easily edit and customize with touch and hold mode. Let’s see how to customize the small Lock Icon on your Galaxy smartphone.
How to customize the Lock Icon on your Galaxy smartphone?
You can easily change the shape and color of the Lock icon on your Samsung smartphone, just need to follow the steps mentioned below. Before we begin, install the Good Lock Module LockStar on your Galaxy smartphone.
- Open Good Lock App on your smartphone.
- In the Make up category, you can see the LockStar module, tap on it.
- You can see two toggles:
1. Lock Screen customization
2. Always on Display customization
- Turn On the Lock screen customization option by tapping on the toggle.
- Now, a lock screen customization page becomes more visible, click on it.
- Here you can see the Lock Icon on the top of the screen, press it.
- Click on the customization icon.
- Now, you can see options for Lock Icon customization.
1. Lock Icon: Here you can see 5 different Lock and Unlock pair icons. In addition, you can also create your own lock and unlock icons from Gallery images.
2. Color: You can choose your favorite color for lock and unlock icons.
- After selecting the color and Lock icon layout, you can press Save.
- It is done. Lock your smartphone and see the new Lock icon.
How to clear cache and optimize Samsung Galaxy S23 manually
Nowadays, vendors offer whopping internal storage in smartphones so you can keep a huge collection of data and files. Samsung smartphones run the Android and One UI software system, which also generates an app cache to run them smoothly. Guide: Here’s how to clear cache and optimize Samsung Galaxy S23 manually.
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Android app cache is a basic thing that can’t be considered as any flaw or bug. The cache files occupy a certain amount of storage portion, however, you can clear that with just a few steps. Once cleared, the cache will be created again, but, you can boost your phone’s performance with regular clearance.
In February 2023, Samsung launched the premium Galaxy S23 series, which is powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 for Galaxy processor, Android 13 OS, faster flash memory, and more. Meanwhile, the apps can still generate cache files, which you should clear manually.
How to clear the cache and optimize Samsung Galaxy S23:
- Go to Settings > Apps
- Select an app
- Tap Storage
- Tap Clear cache
Open System Settings and tap Apps.
In the Apps interface, you will get all the apps installed on your phone listed in an alphabetical manner. Choose one you want to clear the cache of, scroll down the App info screen and tap Storage.
- Remember, don’t tap “Clear Data” button otherwise you will get logged out of the service or app.
In the bottom right corner of the screen, you’ll be able to see a Clear cache button. Simply, tap the Clear cache button and watch as the cache size goes to zero bytes.
Samsung Galaxy devices bring Optimize Now feature, which kills running services in realtime and optimizes the system performance and speed by clearing cache and temporary files. You will get this feature inside the Battery and device care tab.