Galaxy M31s Android 12. The stable One UI 4.1 update has started rolling out with

Not too long ago, the Galaxy M31 recently received the One UI 12 update based on Android 4.1. Now it’s time to get a taste of the new software for its brother, the Galaxy M31s.

Samsung has started rolling out the stable One UI 12 update for the Galaxy M31s along with Android 4.1. The update, which weighs around 2GB, is identified by a build number M317FXXU3DVD4 and is currently rolling out for SM-M317F Variant (to be clear, this is the only variant of the Galaxy M31s). The rollout has reportedly gone live in Russia, and we expect the new update to reach other markets soon.

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Like the Galaxy M31, the phone skips the One UI 4.0 update and is going to compete directly with One UI 4.1. Galaxy M31s not getting full-fat One UI 4.1 experience; Instead, it gets the One UI Core, which is essentially a lighter version of the One UI that Samsung ships on low-end and budget phones.

If you have a Galaxy M31s, keep an eye out for OTA popups in the coming days/weeks. The One UI 4.1 update is being rolled out in a phased manner, so it will take some time to reach everyone. go there Settings > Software Update To manually check for updates. If you want to skip the wait, you can grab the new release directly from Samsung’s Firmware Update Server (FUS) and manually flash it to your Galaxy device.

What’s new in One UI Core 4.1 Update?

  • color palette
    • Customize your phone with unique colors based on your wallpaper. Your colors will be applied to menus, buttons, backgrounds and apps throughout your phone
  • Permission information at a glance
    • See when each app in use of the permission accesses sensitive permissions such as location, camera, or microphone. You can deny permissions for any app you don’t feel comfortable with
  • camera and microphone indicator
    • Keep prying eyes and ears away. A green dot will appear in the upper right corner of the screen when an app is using the camera or microphone. You can also use the quick panel controls to temporarily block all apps from using the camera or microphone.
  • Estimated location
    • Keep your exact location private. You can set apps that don’t need to know where you are, to only have access to your general area.
  • day or night at a glance
    • There’s a friend on the other side of the world! It’s easy to see if this is a good time to contact them. Dual Clock Widget now shows different background colors for each city based on day or night.
  • eye rest
    • More visibility options are available to meet your needs. You can reduce transparency or blur.
  • Enhanced Dark Mode
    • To keep you comfortable in the dark, Dark Mode now automatically dims wallpapers and icons. Illustration in Samsung apps now has Dark Mode versions with darker colors for a more consistent experience that’s easier on your eyes.
  • More search results in messages
    • Now you can search your messages for photos, videos, web links and more. The results are all filtered so you can go straight to what you’re looking for.
  • Easy Search in My Files
    • Find the file you’re looking for, even if there’s a typo or the name doesn’t match exactly. The Recent Files area has also been expanded to help you quickly locate files you’ve recently used or received.
  • Enhanced Edge Panel
    • Keep your current app in mind when using the Edge Panel. Blur has been removed to help you see more at once.
  • resizable picture-in-picture
    • If a floating video is interrupting, pinch your fingers together to shorten it. want to see more? Spread your fingers apart to enlarge it.
  • Quick access to pop-up window options
    • For easier multitasking, you can pin the Window Options menu to the top of the window to make it easier to access.

Source: Samsung Mobile

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