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March 2024 security update rollout begins with Samsung Galaxy S24

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March 2024 has started and Samsung has begun releasing a new update with the latest security patch without any delay. Samsung Galaxy S24 series is the first one to receive the March 2024 security update. It is currently rolling out in Europe and the company will expand it to more markets in the coming days

Samsung Galaxy S24, Galaxy S24 Plus, and Galaxy S24 Ultra smartphones are getting the March 2024 security update with One UI builds S921BXXS1AXBG, S926BXXS1AXBG, and S928BXXS1AXBG respectively.

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March 2024 security patch improves system security and stability to enhance the overall performance. It also optimizes system stability to offer you uninterrupted and seamless functionality on your device.

Users will have to download around 440MB software package to install the update. To check the update, you just need to navigate to the device’s Settings, then a Software update, and Download and install. If you have received the update, install it now to get enhanced features.

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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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Galaxy S24 FE: Samsung’s budget flagship under development

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Samsung is reportedly working on the development of the Galaxy S24 FE. Earlier this year, the company released the Galaxy S24 flagships, which are selling well globally. Now, the company has started work on its next budget flagship, with a release expected later this year.

GalaxyClub reports that Samsung is developing the Galaxy S24 FE with the R12 codename. The codename aligns with Samsung’s previous releases as the S20 FE was codenamed R8, the S21 FE was R9, the S23 FE was R11, and the R11 (S22 FE) was in development but hasn’t been released.

It was reported that Samsung might launch the S24 FE in the summer. As the development starts late, the release may be pushed to later this year, as testing and production aren’t finalized yet. The latest report also has no other details than the device’s codename.

Galaxy S23 FE has the hardware specs of the S22 series, however, the S24 FE might bring the latest. If it happens, we might see a price hike in the next budget flagship. New Galaxy AI features are also expected to debut with the S24 FE, before the S25 series launch next year.

Samsung is also working on an affordable Galaxy Z Fold 6, which would be the first Fan Edition foldable. Judging from the 2023 release strategy, it’s expected that the Galaxy S24 FE might launch alongside the Galaxy Z Fold FE, new FE tablets.

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Samsung to rescue! Free Display, Battery & Kit replacement for Galaxy S22, S21, S20 and Note 20

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Green Line Display

Samsung India extended a free display replacement program to Galaxy S22 Ultra, S21 series, S20 series, and Note 20 series. Even if your phone is out of warranty, the company will replace its affected screen, battery, and rework kit, with the program running for a limited period.

Recently, some Galaxy S22 and S21 users complained that the April 2024 update brought a green line issue on display. Reports are appearing from different regions but Samsung India confirmed to offer one-time free screen replacement within three years of purchase.

As of April 2024, Samsung users having Galaxy S22 Ultra, Galaxy S21, Galaxy S20, and Galaxy Note 20 series with the green line problem can get free replacements. We hope the screen replacement program should be extended to Galaxy S22, S22 Plus, and S21 FE.

Pay attention, authorized Samsung service centers are offering it until April 30, 2024. Previously, the program was limited to Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 20 series. As newer flagships are also getting affected by this unwanted hardware defect, the company is willing to support them.

Green Line Issue

It’s an OLED defect, which causes thin vertical green lines on the screen. Users often claim it happened because of installing a newer software update on Exynos devices. Apart from Samsung, select OnePlus phones are also affected by the issue.

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