Samsung last week launched the One UI 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy Tab S7 series, which is based on Android 12L. The initial distribution was restricted to South Korea, the company’s country of origin. However, in recent days, the Galaxy Tab S7 and the Galaxy Tab S7 have begun to spread rapidly over the globe, including in the US, using receiving Android 12L. Additionally picking up the most recent update are units in Asia, Europe, and Canada.

The August security patch and Android 12L are currently going out for the Galaxy Tab S7 pair. Given that Samsung has already deployed the September patch to a few devices, it is not the most recent SMR (Security Maintenance Release) that is currently accessible. But since there are so many other things to look forward to here, we aren’t complaining. The taskbar, in particular. By allowing you to pin your frequently used apps to the bottom of the screen, it improves productivity and multitasking. These apps are simple to switch between.

Additionally, One UI 4.1.1 makes it simpler to open programs in pop-up or split-screen mode. You can pair up apps so that they open in split-screen mode continuously and are pinned to the taskbar. Other new features include enhanced gestures, app names in the Edge panel, and text extraction from photos. Based on the extracted text’s content, the device will recommend contextual actions. For instance, you can cap on a photo to contact a phone number if it has one.

Advertisement You should soon receive the Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 update if you use a Galaxy Tab S7 or Galaxy Tab S7 in the US or Europe. Be on the lookout for firmware updates with versions T87*XXU2CVH3 and T97*XXU2CVH3 respectively. When the update package arrives at your device, you’ll receive a notification. As always, you may manually check for updates by going to the Settings app and selecting Software update andgt; Download


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