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Samsung Core Services get more stable and reliable with June 2024 update



Samsung Core Services June 2024 update

June 2024 is going on and Samsung has released a fresh update for its Core Services app with version The new update improves overall system functionality and user experience. It mainly focuses on enhancing app stability, reliability, and fixing minor bugs.

The fresh update of Samsung Core Services introduces enhancements that enhance the app’s stability. Users can expect smoother performance as the company ensures a more reliable experience across various Samsung devices.

Moreover, this update also includes fixes for minor bugs that may have affected the app’s performance or user interface in previous versions. It is compatible with Galaxy devices running Android 14 based One UI 6.1 or One UI 6.0.

Samsung users are advised to update their Core Services app to version promptly to benefit from these improvements. The update is available through the Samsung Galaxy Store or can be automatically downloaded after a software update installation.

To install the Samsung Core Services June 2024 update on your smartphone, visit Galaxy Store >> Menu option >> Updates. Also, you can directly download it from the third-party app source link mentioned here. The update is rolling out gradually so it may take some hours or days to reach all eligible Galaxy models.

Samsung Core services June 2024 update

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Samsung AR Emoji Stickers app lets you download various facial expressions



Samsung AR Emoji Stickers update

Samsung AR Emoji Stickers are getting a new update with version The new update is available on the Galaxy Store with a package size of 44.36MB. It elevates the user experience with new features and enhancements.

The fresh update introduces the ability to download facial expressions. Users can now expand their AR Emoji sticker collection by downloading a variety of facial expressions.

Moreover, the update includes enhancements to the Edit Stickers screen to make customization more intuitive and user-friendly. By addressing various issues and bugs, the update improves overall stability and performance.

To enjoy these new features, users can update their AR Emoji Stickers to version through the Samsung Galaxy Store. For that open the Galaxy Store app >> Tap on Menu option >> Updates.

Also, they can download the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here. Once updated, users can explore the new downloadable facial expressions and improved editing capabilities.

AR Emoji Stickers

AR Emoji Stickers is an app for your Samsung devices that allows users to create various stickers and have fun using them. It offers exciting features, such as facial expressions, actions, decorations, and backgrounds, to create your own stickers.

Moreover, it helps you create unique faces by choosing a variety of styles. Samsung regularly updates this update to add new features and fix issues. In addition, you can edit these AR Emoji Stickers through the AR Emoji Editor app.

For better editing, Samsung recently added an improved asset filter and sorting feature to AR Emoji Editor. Also, the company added an upgraded feature for creating AR Emojis using photos so users can convert their selfies into animated versions.

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One UI 6 Watch Beta users receive a fresh Galaxy Store update



One UI 6 Watch galaxy Store update

Samsung has pushed a new update for its Galaxy Store app, specifically for Galaxy smartwatches running Wear OS 5 with One UI 6 Watch Beta. This update can be identified via version and enhances the overall performance.

The latest update enhances user experience by improving the performance and reliability of the Galaxy Store app on Samsung wearable devices. It includes fixes for known issues to ensure smoother operations. However, it does not contain any new features or changes.

The update is compatible with Galaxy devices running Wear OS 5 and One UI 6 Watch Beta. Samsung advises users to update promptly to enjoy the improved features and stability offered by version

Users can easily access and install the update through the Galaxy Store app itself. Also, you can download the update directly from the third-party app source link mentioned here.

With version of the Galaxy Store app, users of One UI 6 Watch Beta can expect a more stable and efficient app experience on their Samsung wearable devices.

One UI 6 Watch Beta 

In early July 2024, Samsung released the One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 update for the Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series with version ZXG3. The same version update rolled out for the Galaxy Watch 5 series with July 2024 security patch. The update brought a bunch of enhancements to improve user experience and address existing issues.

The update arrived with improved system stability and optimized performance to address issues related to battery consumption and application execution speed. Also, it enhanced network interoperability to provide better connectivity experiences.

The Beta update is not without its known issues. Users noticed an issue where the Always-On Display (AOD) fails to deactivate when the watch is not being worn after installing this update.

Aside from this, Samsung will soon make the stable One UI 6 Watch available for Wear OS watches. It is expected to bring several new features and improvements to enhance the Galaxy Watch experience.

One UI 6 Watch Beta 3 live for Samsung Galaxy Watch 6 series

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Blackmagic Camera 1.1 supports more Samsung phones with new features



Blackmagic Camera

Blackmagic Camera app is rolling out version 1.1 update. The latest release not only brings functional improvements but also expands support to more Android phones. With the latest version, the Google Pixel 6 series and several OnePlus, Samsung, and Xiaomi phones became supported.

According to the info via Threads, Blackmagic Camera 1.1 comes with a handful of new features. The new addition includes HDMI monitoring support, pull focus transition controls, plus support for Blackmagic Cloud for Organizations.

In addition, the camera app now also supports 3D LUTs during recording and monitoring. Your phone’s screen brightness can be dimmed while recording. It will help you prevent overheating concerns that appear on smartphones with excessive camera usage.

Besides, some image retouching tools, including noise reduction and sharpening, can also be applied to your footage. You will also be able to save clips to any location or external storage, making it easier to manage the project.

Blackmagic Camera 1.1 changelog:

  • HDMI monitoring.
  • 3D LUTs for recording and monitoring.
  • Pull focus transition controls.
  • Blackmagic Cloud organizations.
  • Login account within Blackmagic Cloud.
  • Ability to dim screen while recording.
  • Optional image noise reduction.
  • Optional image sharpening.
  • Audio level pop-up.
  • Japanese translations.
  • Ability to not generate a proxy while recording.
  • Save clips to any location including external storage.
  • General performance and improvements.

Blackmagic Camera

Blackmagic launched its camera app for Android at the end of June this year. The first post-launch update to the app makes it even more robust. Pixel 6, Pixel 6a, and Pixel 6 Pro will be able to use it alongside the Galaxy S21 and S22 series smartphones.

At present, the Blackmagic Camera app is free to download on Google Play. Despite being a free camera app, it brings pro-level video recording capabilities including more codecs, enhanced metadata, plus direct integration with the Davinci Resolve editing suite.


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