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Samsung Keyboard powerful hidden feature

The keyboard is one of the most crucial functions of a smartphone that allows you to input text with just finger taps. Samsung Keyboard is a powerful application, which comes pre-installed on all Galaxy phones and tablets, however, we are sharing a cool hidden feature for your device.

The latest version of the Samsung Keyboard app brings a powerful hidden feature to your Galaxy device running One UI 5.1. Using the new “Enhanced accuracy” feature of the Samsung Keyboard app, you can take advantage of the AI and machine learning capabilities of the software.

As the name suggests, when enabled, the “Enhanced accuracy” feature will make your typing experience a lot better. You will get more precise text recommendations in real-time as well as the auto-correct function will also utilize AI capabilities to take your typing experience to the next level.

Here’s how to activate:

There are many ways to access the Samsung Keyboard app’s settings, however, I’m sharing the easiest one. Navigate to the system Settings, use the Search function and type Samsung Keyboard. Once done, you have to tap the Samsung Keyboard tab to expand the app’s functional settings.

 

In the Samsung Keyboard’s settings, you will find the same options as shown in the first screenshot below. Simply, hit the “More typing options” option, and voila, you should see the experimental Enhanced accuracy feature labeled as Labs, finally enable the toggle.

Once enabled, the Samsung Keyboard will become more powerful and intelligent. If you are a fast typer, it will be greatly beneficial for you, while regular typers can also try it out. Note that, the feature availability varies by software and model, hence, make sure to be on the latest version of One UI along with the app.

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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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One UI 6.1 update will fix Galaxy Z Fold 4’s keyboard customization issue

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Fold 4 Keyboard issue One UI 6.1

Owners of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 have encountered an issue with applying custom keyboard themes. The selected themes are not fully applied, showing incomplete customization. This issue was brought to attention through a Reddit post, where a user expressed difficulty in applying the blue theme to their keyboard.

A Reddit user reported that despite selecting their preferred theme, the blue theme, only some parts of the keyboard reflect the change and leave the rest in default or bright color.

In response, a community moderator stated that the Theme Park keyboard theme does not apply properly when the color palette feature is active. This has been identified as a software issue within the current UI.

Samsung has acknowledged the Keyboard customization issue and confirmed that the One UI 6.1 update will resolve this issue, scheduled to be released early next month.

Until the release of the One UI 6.1 update, the moderator recommends disabling the color palette to allow the themes to apply correctly. This temporary solution will enable users to enjoy their chosen keyboard themes without error.

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Weekly Wrap: Samsung One UI 7 feature, One UI 6.1 issues, Galaxy Z Flip 6, Watch 7, and more

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Samsung Weekly Wrap One UI 7

Hello and welcome to our weekly Samsung Wrap! We’re keeping it simple and interesting as we chat about the sleek Galaxy Z Flip 6, One UI 7 feature, Galaxy Watch 7, and more. Here’s what’s new and noteworthy.

Samsung Weekly Wrap – APRIL 2024

Galaxy Z Flip 6

The anticipated Galaxy Z Flip 6 is rumored to elevate the foldable phone experience with a cover screen that could feature a 90Hz variable refresh rate. Moreover, the US variant is expected to be powered by the robust Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, a shift from the speculated Exynos chipset inclusion.

One UI 7 Feature

Samsung’s software innovation doesn’t lag behind as the Vertical App Drawer feature is currently in the works for the next-gen One UI 7, based on Android 15. This feature, part of the Samsung Home Up Good Lock module, is anticipated to offer a more streamlined and user-friendly interface.

One UI 6.1 Issue

In response to the Quick Panel issue of the One UI 6.1 update, Samsung has acknowledged the inconvenience faced by users. The tech giant is committed to fixing this in the upcoming update, ensuring a hassle-free user experience.

Galaxy Watch 7

The Galaxy Watch 7 is expected to make a significant leap with the introduction of the Exynos W1000 chipset, Samsung’s pioneering 3nm processor. This advancement promises to enhance the smartwatch’s performance and efficiency, setting a new benchmark in wearable technology.

Samsung 23 Patents

Samsung has acquired 23 magnetic record-related patents from Seagate. This move could potentially augment Samsung’s MRAM-based in-memory computing technology or mark the end of a longstanding business relationship.

Samsung Galaxy Buds Watch cleaning tips

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One UI Weekly: April 2024 update released for Samsung devices in Week III

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Samsung Week third April 2024 updates

Welcome to the third week of Samsung’s One UI update report for April 2024. In week III of April 2024, Samsung has extended the security update to numerous devices. A significant addition for users in Korea is the Mobile ID support in the Samsung Wallet app. This feature enables the addition of mobile driver’s licenses and national veterans registration cards to the Wallet.

Moreover, Samsung is gearing up to launch the One UI 6.1 update for additional Galaxy devices. The company has confirmed that the Galaxy S22, Z Fold 4, Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Tab S8 series will receive the One UI 6.1 update in early May 2024.

As of the third week of April, the following devices have been updated with the latest One UI version:

Initial

  • Galaxy M54
  • Galaxy A34
  • Galaxy A54
  • Galaxy Tab S9 FE

Expanding 

  • Galaxy S21 series – Korea, US
  • Galaxy Note 20 series – US
  • Galaxy S22 series – Korea, India, US
  • Galaxy S23 series – Korea, India, US
  •  Galaxy Z Fold 3/Fold 3 – Korea, US
  • Galaxy Tab S9 – Europe
  • Galaxy Z Flip 4/Fold 4 – Korea
  • Galaxy S20 FE – US
  • Galaxy S21 FE – US, India
  • Galaxy S23 FE – India, US
  • Galaxy A52s – India

To verify if the update is available for your device, navigate to Settings, select Software update, then Download and install. If the update appears, proceed with the installation to access new features and improvements. Stay updated with the latest developments as Samsung continues to refine the user experience with its One UI software.

Samsung Week third April 2024 updates

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