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Samsung integrates My Files app into Galaxy phone’s Settings

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Samsung My Files joins Settings

Samsung My Files is reportedly integrated into the Galaxy phone’s Settings. Since the change is spotted on a limited number of devices, the company might make it official with the April 2023 application update.

Two screenshots shared by Twitter user @choehau_alen show that the My Files app no longer remains a One UI app and Samsung integrated it into the Settings, between the Battery and device care and Apps tabs.

Samsung My Files joins Settings

You can either keep the My Files app in your Galaxy phone’s App Drawer or remove it. The user has also shared a link to My Files app version 14.1.03.16, which may have included the integration change for Galaxy devices.

Through this change, Samsung wants to make the My Files function way too easily accessible compared to current situation. The app is currently available through app drawer, and it’s now getting a dedicated space in Settings.

Since the company is making the change live on some Galaxy devices, users are not in favor of this change. If you want to access My Files as an app, you can continue using it through the App Drawer and Home screen.

Additionally, the One UI has integrated the My Files into Settings, making it an OS function. As Android is also preventing users access the root directory of storage, Samsung is putting additional efforts in the same direction.

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Samsung boosts Gaming Hub performance with v7.0.13.1

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Samsung Gaming Hub update

Samsung has upgraded its Gaming Hub app to version 7.0.13.1 to enhance the gaming experience on Galaxy devices. This update is available on the Galaxy Store with an installation package size of 17.53MB.

With the latest update of the Gaming Hub, Samsung brings improvements to game management, user interface, and performance. The update fixes some issues that users encountered in the previous version.

The Gaming Hub allows users to run games directly from the app and manage their game collections more efficiently. It includes features for organizing folders, deleting games, and receiving personalized game recommendations based on user preferences.

Samsung has enhanced usability for smoother navigation and enhanced performance through the new update. However, it does not include any new features.

Users can update the Samsung Gaming Hub app via the Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, you can download the update through the third-party app link mentioned here.

Notably, the Samsung Gaming Hub 7.0.13.1 update is compatible with Galaxy devices running from Android 9 to Android 14. If you have received the update, install it now to enjoy enhanced features on your Galaxy smartphone.

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Samsung NotiStar introduces enhanced features with One UI 6.1.1 compatibility

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Samsung NotiStar One UI 6.1.1

Samsung NotiStar Good Lock module is receiving a new update, which brings One UI 6.1.1 support. Identified via version 6.0.92.0, the update brings several notable improvements to enhance functionality and user experience.

The fresh update makes the Samsung NotiStar app compatible with One UI 6.1.1. Now, users can enjoy the NotiStar features on their smartphones with the latest software. This ensures seamless integration with the newest features and optimizations that One UI offers.

In addition to One UI 6.1.1 compatibility, Samsung has improved the widget logic on the cover screen. This adjustment makes widgets more responsive and useful.

Moreover, the update adds the ability to select the background color of the notification screen on the lock screen. This feature option lets users personalize their device’s look to their preferences.

The update also addresses an issue where receiving notifications containing large images could cause errors. By fixing this bug, Samsung improves overall stability and reliability for smoother performance.

Samsung NotiStar app is available on the Galaxy Store with a package size of 9.62MB. To install the update, you just need to visit Good Lock or Galaxy Store app >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, you can download the update from the third-party app link mentioned here.

Aside from this, some Galaxy users expressed disappointment when attempting to retrieve missed or accidentally deleted push notifications, as clicking on notifications currently only launches the associated app without providing access to detailed content

Good Lock’s NotiStar lacks detailed notification access on Samsung devices

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Update Samsung Shop to explore exclusive deals on Galaxy Z Fold 6, Flip 6, Watch 7, and more

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Samsung July 2024 week II

Samsung Shop app is getting a new update for Galaxy devices with version 2.0.34809. The Shop update introduces attractive offers on the latest Samsung devices including Galaxy Z Flip 6, Galaxy Z Fold 6, Galaxy Watch 7, Watch Ultra, and Galaxy Buds 3 Pro to enhance the shopping experience for users.

The fresh update of the Samsung Shop app adds the opportunity to pre-order the new Galaxy Z Fold 6 and Z Flip 6. Customers can save up to $1,500, which includes a trade-in credit of up to $1,200 and an exclusive $100 instant Samsung Credit available only through the app.

In addition to the pre-order offer, new users can also take advantage of the welcome offer. They can receive a $50 discount on their first purchase when spending $500 or more.

Samsung is also offering bundles that provide a 25% discount on the new Galaxy Watch 7, Watch Ultra, or Buds 3 Pro. These wearable devices recently launched at the Galaxy Unpacked event, featuring AI.

The latest update also fixes issues countered in previous versions to enhance the overall shopping experience. Users can expect a smoother and more user-friendly interface, making it easier to browse and purchase products.

Users can install the latest update via Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, they can download the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

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