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

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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.

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Samsung hints at restoring a Theme Park customization feature

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A recent update to Samsung‘s Theme Park app removed a feature beloved by users. The feature of the Theme Park Good Lock module that allowed image customization of folders and keycaps is no longer supported, causing disappointment among Galaxy users.

Addressing user feedback, Samsung has acknowledged the concerns. A community moderator has assured users that the company is actively reviewing ways to reintroduce the image customization feature for folders and keycaps to the Theme Park app.

In addition, the company also expressed apology for any inconvenience caused by the updated appp process. As of now, the moderators have not provided any specific answer or timeline regarding restoring this feature.

Hopefully, Samsung will restore the customization features soon to enhance the Theme Park experience. Until then, stay updated on the latest version of the app.

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Samsung will fix ‘Close All’ task button issue in Home Up with upcoming updates

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Samsung Home Up Good Lock module is set to receive a new update that will address user concerns regarding the ‘close all’ button placement in different task changer views. Users have reported that the button is too high in the vertical list and slim types, which affects usability.

The issue seems to start from the One UI 6 release, with users noticing the change after updating. Those who prefer the vertical list layout find the button positioned too high, switching to the mini-grid layout for better accessibility.

In response to user feedback, the community moderator has confirmed that the Close All button placement issue of Home UP is recognized and will be resolved in an upcoming software update. This update will normalize the location of the ‘Close All’ button across all layouts for consistency and ease of use.

However, the timeline for this fix remains uncertain. The moderator has expressed that it is difficult to commit to a specific timeline for the release of this update. Users are advised to stay tuned for the update, which will enhance the user experience by providing a regular interface once again.

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Samsung confirms Good Lock expansion, thanks Play Store

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Samsung is preparing to launch its Good Lock app on the Google Play Store. This move will make the app more accessible to Galaxy users worldwide. The company has officially confirmed its expansion and shared its release status.

The Good Lock development team is working regularly to ensure that the app’s release meets the high quality and user experience. The team is conducting a vast review and optimization process to ensure that Good Lock works flawlessly upon its release.

Recently, there was a short appearance of Good Lock on the Play Store, which was not an official release but part of the testing process. The team swiftly reverted the service to private mode. They appreciate the patience and understanding of their users during the pre-testing phase.

The Good Lock app is soon going to be available on the Play Store, which is great news for more Samsung phone users. This time, it will be accessible to more Galaxy users.

The team is eager to share the app and will announce a specific release date as soon as it is finalized. They are working hard to make sure Good Lock is the best it can be and to keep making it better.

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