The latest Samsung RegiStar adds a new option to the back tap action feature called Sensitivity. Through this option, you can select the sensitivity of the back tap function from Low, Medium, and High. The low sensitivity needs tapping with high force while high sensitivity requires low tapping force.
To set the sensitivity of the back tap feature, first of all, you have to open the RegiStar app and then click on the back tap action section, you can see a sensitivity option at the bottom, set it as per your choice.
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In addition to this, the Back tap action function support is now available on Fold devices. You can now enjoy the back tap feature using a Galaxy Fold smartphone. Furthermore, it fixes some common issues to boost the performance and stability of the app.
March 2023 update for Samsung RegiStar comes with version 1.0.36 and an installation package size of 30.84 MB. You can install the latest update via Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. It is an initial rollout and the company will soon expand this update to more eligible Galaxy devices.
The previous update of the Samsung RegiStar app brought limits for Back tap action in some conditions such as a low battery or power saving mode.
Samsung’s Latest USB-C Plugin Update for Headphones Rolling Out
Samsung has pushed a new update for its USB-C app, which provides users with the latest codec of bundle earphones. The fresh update for the USB-C app brings the ability to update the latest codec of bundle earphones.
The Korean tech giant aims to improve the sound quality and performance of the earphones through this update. It also fixes some issues that users may have encountered with the app in the last version. However, there is no new feature or change noted.
Users can easily update the Samsung USB-C app on their smartphones by opening the Galaxy Store, tapping on the Menu option, and then clicking on Updates. If you have received the update, tap on the refresh icon next to the USB-C app to get the latest codec and enjoy the best sound quality from their earphones.
Fresh Samsung Calendar update available for One UI devices
October 2023 has started and Samsung is releasing a new update for its Calendar app, which brings some bug fixes and functional enhancements. The update is rolling out to One UI-based Galaxy devices with version number 188.8.131.52.
The new update for the Samsung Calendar app fixes some issues that users have reported, such as the app crashing, freezing, or not syncing properly. It also improves the performance and stability of the app.
The update is available through the Galaxy Store app with an installtion package size of 29.91MB, and users can check for it by going to Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Update. Alternatively, users can also download the latest version of the Samsung Calendar app from the Google Play Store or third-party source link mentioned here.
Samsung Calendar app is one of the important apps that Samsung updates regularly to provide a better user experience and functionality. In addition to this, the company also updates its other apps, such as Samsung Internet, Samsung Messages, Samsung Gallery, and Samsung Keyboard, with new features and improvements.
Google Messages updates its share sheet with a new conversation picker
Google is testing a new way to share and forward texts and chats from Messages for Android that is a Conversation Picker feature. Instead of a pop-up window, you will see a full-screen page where you can choose who to send the message to.
Users can search for a contact or choose one from the list of recent conversations. In addition, they can view the last message in each conversation to help them make a decision as well as select multiple recipients and tap Next to proceed to the chat screen.
The new page also shows all your contacts below the recent conversations. However, it does not show their phone numbers, which might be confusing if users have multiple entries for the same person.
This new feature is not widely available yet, even in the beta version of Google Messages. It might be a server-side switch that Google is testing with a small group of users. It is not clear when it will be rolled out to everyone.