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Samsung One UI 6.1 battery draining haunts Galaxy Z Flip 5, Fold 5 users

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Samsung Fold Flip 5 4G band support

Android 14-based One UI 6.1 update for Samsung‘s Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Z Fold 5 introduced new features and Galaxy AI in late March 2024. Along with these new One UI 6.1 features, Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Flip 5 users are also experiencing some issues, one of which is battery draining.

Users have noticed that after the One UI 6.1 update, their phone’s battery does not last long. Although Samsung has not yet officially acknowledged the problem, it has become noticeable through user discussions on various online platforms, including Samsung’s community forum and Reddit.

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It’s common for new software updates to cause unexpected problems, and companies usually release further updates to resolve them. However, Samsung is currently not aware of this issue nor has provided any solution, but hopefully, the company will fix the battery drain issue in a future update.

Till then, you can enable these two features on your One UI 6.1 running Galaxy Z Fold 5 and Galaxy Z Flip 5 smartphones to extend battery life if you are also facing draining issue.

Battery Protection:

Open Settings menu >> Tap on the Battery option >> Select Battery Protection feature >> Turn it on by tapping on the toggle.

Process Data Only On Device

Visit Settings >> Tap on the Advanced Settings >> Click on Advanced Intelligence >> Select the ‘Process Data Only On Device’ option >> Tap on the toggle to turn it on.

2 One UI 6.1 features that will extend battery life of Samsung devices after enabling

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Grainy screen seen on Galaxy S24 haunts iPad Pro 2024

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Apple iPad Pro 2024

Recent Samsung flagships are accused of being affected by a grainy display issue. Meanwhile, some users of Apple’s new M4 iPad Pro reported having a similar experience. Some iPad Pro users (via MacRumors) take their complaints regarding grainy screens to social media platforms.

iPad Pro models affected by grainy screen problems reveal the problem in dark environments. When the OLED display is set at a low to medium brightness, content is displayed in gray or muted colors. Some users denote it as a sandy screen, which looks blurry by pixels.

Samsung hasn’t yet fixed the grainy screen problem on Galaxy S24 smartphones. However, IceUniverse believes that Apple will soon acknowledge the iPad screen defect and fix it through firmware. Later, Samsung will follow the suite and benefit Galaxy S24 users.

Whether it’s an OLED hardware fault or generated by firmware remains a question for now. Meanwhile, OEMs should try fixing it as soon as possible as it became a big hurdle to consumers. Continuous controversy may also lead to harming sales and trust concerns.

Pay attention, Samsung Display has also faced some yield concerns in the initial production of the 11-inch panel. Due to this, Apple transferred some of its orders from Samsung D to LG Display, which also supplies OLED for 13-inch models.

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Samsung to resolve icons visibility bug in Theme Park app’s next update

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Samsung Theme Park icons issue

Following the recent update to the Samsung Theme Park Good Lock module, several Galaxy users have encountered an issue where icons for key applications like the clock, calendar, and settings disappear. This problem has left users disappointed, especially since they were hoping for improvements with the new update.

Previously, there was a different problem where icons did not display correctly. The hope was that this would improve with the new update. Unfortunately, the situation has worsened as it is causing inconvenience for those using the app.

A community moderator has responded to user issues that the company is aware of the app icons visibility issue, and is planning to fix it in future updates of the Samsung Theme Park app.

However, the moderator also stated that to solve the problem of the app icon background color, which is different from the previous version, the app’s software would need to be updated. This means that users will have to wait longer for this particular fix.

The community moderator has not shared any timeline for this update, Samsung will release the new Theme Park update soon.

The issue where the live icon is not visible when applying a theme created by a theme park will be corrected by the team in charge and will be improved through updates to the theme park app.

However, please note that the phenomenon in which the app icon background color in the previous apk method is different from the current app icon color requires a S/W app update, so it is expected that it will take time to improve,” said the community moderator.

Samsung Theme Park icons issue

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Samsung stops Galaxy S22’s AI-packed One UI 6.1 update rollout

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Samsung Galaxy S22 One UI 6.1 Restarts

Samsung encountered issues with the One UI 6.1 software update for its Galaxy S22 series and has temporarily suspended it. Recently, the company started releasing the One UI 6.1 update in Korea. However, the Korean tech giant has reportedly stopped the update due to some issues and reverted to the previous version One UI 6.0.

According to the information via @Tarunvats, the One UI 6.1 update has been suspended for the Samsung Galaxy S22 series due to the lock screen issue. In addition, the software version has also changed back from S90xNKSU3EXDC to S90xNKSU3DXD3. In addition, some reports reveal that the update is paused due to a rebooting issue.

One UI 6.1 update was released to bring a host of improvements, including a more intuitive interface and advanced AI capabilities. However, the lock screen and rebooting issues have delayed these benefits for users worldwide.

Currently, it’s unclear when the One UI 6.1 update will be available again, especially for users in other countries. Samsung is likely working on resolving the issue to ensure that the update is secure and functions properly before releasing it again.

Breaking: Samsung Galaxy S22 starts getting One UI 6.1 and Galaxy AI features

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