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Samsung One UI Home gets March 2024 update with smoother animations

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March 2024 is going on and Samsung is releasing a new update for the One UI Home app. The new update arrives with version 15.1.01.3, which improves the overall experience by improving animations.

The fresh update refines some app functions and addresses some issues present in the previous version to provide a smoother and error-free service. However, there are no new features or changes included.

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According to a tipster @Tarunvats, users of the Galaxy S, A, M, or F series that are running One UI 6.0 can now get a One UI 6.1-like ultra-smooth experience with this new update. However, it’s worth noting that certain wallpaper effects, such as blur and scaling, are not yet operational.

Weighing 15.7MB, the March 2024 security update for Samsung One UI Home or System Launcher is available on the Galaxy Store. You can install the update through Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, you can download the update through the third-party app source link mentioned here.

Samsung One UI home March 2024 update

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Samsung Theme Park update brings enhanced customization options, bug fixes

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Samsung has rolled out a new update for its Theme Park Good Lock module, bringing several enhancements and fixes to enhance your device customization experience. The new update is available on the Galaxy Store with version 1.1.0.18.

Users of eligible Galaxy devices can now modify wallpapers without needing to initialize the entire theme. This change allows for quicker and more convenient customization.

In addition, the update includes fixes for errors related to keyboard keycaps. This ensures a smoother typing experience without errors that may have been present before. Previously, a feature of the Theme Park Good Lock module that allowed image customization of folders and keycaps was no longer supported. But now, users can enjoy the enhanced keycap functions.

After installing this update, users will no longer encounter blank pages when browsing for wallpapers. This update ensures all wallpaper options are displayed correctly by improving the selection process.

Furthermore, the update also brings general improvements to enhance the stability and performance of the Samsung Theme Park app. It fixes various issues to ensure the app runs smoothly and reliably.

To enjoy enhanced features, users can update Samsung Theme Park through the Galaxy Store >> Menu Option >> Updates or by checking for updates in the Good Lock app. Keeping the module up to date ensures access to the latest features and fixes.

Previously, Samsung brought Android 14-based One UI 6.1.1 support to the Theme Park app along with new and enhanced features. Now, the fresh update makes customization easier and more reliable for Samsung device users.

One UI 6.1.1 support now available for Samsung Theme Park app

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Samsung boosts Gallery Widget performance with bug fixes

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Samsung is releasing a fresh update for its Gallery Widget app, bringing it up to version 5.1.02.0. This update mainly enhances the overall user experience by fixing bugs.

The latest update addresses known issues reported by users to ensure smoother functionality of the Gallery Widget. These bug fixes are expected to resolve common problems that may have previously caused the app’s performance. However, there’s no new feature or change noted.

The Gallery Widget app is an amazing tool as it offers easy access to photos and videos directly from the home screen. The new update makes it more reliable and stable.

The update is available on the Galaxy Store with a package size of 4.29MB. You can easily install the update, need to open the Galaxy Store app >> Menu option >> Updates. For those with automatic updates enabled, the process will happen seamlessly in the background.

Aside from this, some Galaxy users recently reported a playback issue with video editing using the Gallery app after installing the One UI 6.1 update on their devices. It’s causing inconvenience for Galaxy users and disrupting the usability of edited videos on their devices.

This issue specifically occurred when videos shot with the ‘Auto FPS’ feature enabled in the Camera app may stutter or cut out during playback after editing. To resolve this problem, Samsung recommends disabling the ‘Auto FPS’ feature in your Camera settings.

One UI 7 Samsung Gallery Icon

Samsung is preparing to release the One UI 7 Beta update for Galaxy devices in late July or early August 2024. Meanwhile, a tipster recently shared an alleged One UI 7 Gallery icon that looks too ugly.

As per the shared image, the Gallery icon features a solid White background with six leaves of different colors. It’s a complete revamp from the current design that has a solid purplish-red color with White leaves.

Samsung One UI 7 Gallery icon may look this bad

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WhatsApp developing secure file-sharing feature for Android, iOS

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You will soon be able to securely share files across Android and iOS devices using WhatsApp. The latest WhatsApp Beta for iOS brings evidence of signaling the addition of file-sharing capability.

WABetaInfo reports that WhatsApp is crafting an offline file-sharing tool for Android and iOS. The feature is slated to allow users to share encrypted files with others nearby by scanning the QR Code.

Notably, the existence of this feature was first spotted for the Android app in April this year. The inclusion of this tool in the iOS app indicates that WhatsApp has progressed in development.

WhatsApp Nearby Sharing

WhatsApp for iOS could require the recipient to scan a QR code to trigger the file transfer. The previous finding for the Android app revealed that file sharing would be possible with any nearby WhatsApp user.

While WhatsApp for Android appeared months ago, the iOS-inspired sharing method might be deployed across platforms. The QR scanning functionality is comparatively more secure and the option to share with any nearby device.

Android phones have Quick Share and iOS-powered iPhones have AirDrop. WhatsApp explored beyond as part of simplifying the file-sharing experience across platforms. The approach would significantly uplevel the overall user experience.

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