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Samsung adds “Galaxy to Share” in Good Lock module for One UI 5

Samsung first introduced Good Lock in 2016, and it gives more customisation options over Samsung One UI skin.

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The “Galaxy to Share” a new “Good Lock” module from Samsung enables customers to sync their settings across Galaxy smartphones.

Samsung’s Good Lock app lets customers totally personalise their Galaxy phone or tablet experience.

In addition to releasing One UI 5 to a variety of its devices, Samsung has reportedly added “Galaxy to Share” via Good Lock.

Samsung first introduced Good Lock in 2016, and it gives more customisation options over Samsung One UI skin.

The most recent version upgrade for Good Lock included the introduction of this new module.

Owners of Galaxy devices can transfer their Good Lock settings from one device to all the others in their possession using Galaxy to Share.

The stand-alone Good Lock apps and modules listed below are supported: One Hand Operation+, LockStar, NavStar, MultiStar, QuickStar, ClockFace, Keys Cafe, Theme Park, and LockStar,and Sound Assistant, according to the report.

A new mobile application called “Self Repair Assistant” is purportedly being developed by Samsung for DIY (do it yourself) aficionados.

SamMobile says that information about the company’s ambitions for itself-Repair service was revealed in the tech giant’s most recent trademark application.

The trademark application specifies that the program’s icon is made up of a stylized cogwheel and a wrench set against a blue background.

The trademark application explained “Self Repair Assistant” as a “computer application software for mobile phones for self-installation and self-maintenance of smartwatches, tablets, mobile phones, and earbuds.”

(inputs from IANS)