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Resolving Samsung Messages App Crashes: Quick Solutions!

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You may have been facing an issue where the Samsung Messages app crashes after tweaking the animation setting from developer options. It has been reported that if you arbitrarily change developer option values, your Galaxy smartphone or One UI app(s) may not work properly.

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If the problem occurs without altering the developer options, the app may not operate properly in specific usage scenarios within Samsung Messages, such as setting wallpapers within a chat. Depending on whether or not you have adjusted through Developer Options, here’s what you can do:

Developer Options: When animation-related scale values ​​are adjusted

You can improve the phenomenon by setting the animation-related scale value in developer options to the default value.

How to set the default animation-related scale value

Settings > Developer options > ‘Window animation scale’ – Animation scale 1x > ‘Transition animation scale’ – Animation scale 1x > ‘Animator length scale’ – Animation scale 1x

Not changed Developer Options?

You can improve the problem by clearing the cache and data of the Samsung Messages app. Interestingly, even if you delete the cache and data, the message contents are not deleted.

How to delete Samsung Messages app cache and data

Settings > Applications > Messages > Storage > Delete Data > Delete > Delete Cache

Samsung frequently releases app updates to keep its Galaxy services up-to-date. We anticipate an upcoming release of the Samsung Messages app through the Galaxy Store, which is expected to address the issues related to crashes following animation adjustments.

How to update Samsung Messages app

  1. Open the Galaxy Store app on your smartphone
  2. Search for Samsung Messages app
  3. Tap “Update” Samsung Messages app.

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July 2024 update for Galaxy A54, A52s live in more countries

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Samsung Galaxy A52s July 2024 update

Samsung is expanding the July 2024 security update for Galaxy A54 and Galaxy A52s smartphones in more countries. This update fixes several issues to make your Galaxy smartphone more secure, reliable, and stable.

Talking about the Galaxy A54, the July 2024 security update is already available in Korea and the company is now making it available in the US on Trackfone network carrier. Users are receiving this update with One UI build version S546VLUDS9CXG2 and 266.37MB  software package.

On the other side, Samsung Galaxy A52 smartphone users are getting a fresh security patch with PDA version A528BXXS9GXF8 in Latin America. Users will have to download around 320MB package to install the update.

This update will bring improved functions to your Galaxy device, mainly related to One UI Home, System UI, and Secure Folder, further improving device security.

Both devices are getting this new update based on Android 14 and One UI 6.1. Samsung will expand the July 2024 security update to more Galaxy A52s and Galaxy A54 users in the coming days or weeks.

To install the update, users should navigate to the Software Update section found within the device’s Settings. They can select ‘Download and install’ from there to initiate the update process.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra receiving July 2024 security update

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Samsung Note 20 July 2024 update

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphones are getting the July 2024 security update in the US. The update is rolling out for locked models on the Verizon network and the company will soon expand it.

The Korean tech giant is releasing the latest software update with system security improvements to keep your files and data safe on your phone. It also optimizes system stability to offer you uninterrupted and seamless functionality on your device.

July 2024 patch brings fixes for 4 critical and 21 high-priority Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) identified by Google, alongside 33 Samsung-specific Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVEs).

These fixes are mainly related to components like One UI Home, System UI, Secure Folder, and more, further enhancing device security. The update improves overall performance for a better experience.

Users of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra smartphones can verify the July 2024 security update in the US with version N986USQS8HXFC and N986USQS8HXFC respectively.

To check new software updates manually, you just need to follow a handful of simple steps. Firstly, visit your Galaxy device’s “System Settings,” once done, scroll down and tap the “Software update” tab, followed by the “Download and install” button.

Before you download the update, make sure to connect your device to a Wi-Fi network, or make sure it has a strong Verizon wireless network connection. In addition, ensure your battery is fully charged before starting the software update.

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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE running Android 15 and One UI 7 performance revealed

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samsung Galaxy S23 FE One UI 7

Samsung Galaxy smartphones are regularly appearing with different scores on the Geekbench platform. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE smartphone has been spotted running on Android 15 with the latest One UI 7.

According to the GeekBench benchmarking, the Samsung Galaxy S23 FE running One UI 7 has achieved a single-core score of 1647 and a multi-core score of 3702. These numbers highlight Samsung’s efforts to enhance both the speed and efficiency of their devices with the next software.

This is not the first time Samsung has teased its future software performance through benchmark leaks. Earlier, Samsung smartphones including the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S23 Ultra, and Galaxy S24 Plus also appeared running on the new One UI 7 with distinct scores.

Based on Android 15, One UI 7 will provide improved performance, new features, and enhancements along with new Galaxy AI features. Some reports revealed that this major update will bring One UI 6 Watch-inspired UI, vertical app drawer, better battery performance, and new AI-powered functionalities.

However, Samsung already announced the release of One UI 7 on 3rd October 2024 at the SDC, with the rollout expected later that month. One UI 7 initial release will likely start with the newest flagship smartphones such as the Galaxy S24 series, Galaxy Z Flip 6, and Z Fold 6. Stay tuned for more updates.

Breaking: Galaxy S22 running Android 15 One UI 7 knocks Geekbench

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