In addition to the expected compatibility, stability and performance improvements have also been added to both modules.
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Samsung has released the stable version of One UI 6.1 based on Android 14 in advance for various series, including Galaxy S22, Fold 5, Flip 5, several phones from the A Series, and a tablet like the Tab S9. Although these updates have reached many devices, there is still a considerable list of eligible ones waiting for the update.
Among Samsung’s key customization tools is the app Samsung Good Lock. This application allows users to customize various aspects of the phone’s interface, from notifications to wallpapers, keyboards, and more, through special modules.
News in NavStar and EdgeTouch
In case you’re new to this, Good Lock works with modules, so thanks to its modular nature, users can always choose what they want to customize without loading their phone with unnecessary features. Therefore, the Koreans have released new updates for two of their modules within Good Lock.
Don’t expect significant changes or novelties here. The updates are intended to add support for One UI 6.0 and general stability and performance improvements. However, as always, I recommend updating to make sure the modules work and behave as they should. Here’s what each one adds:
- NavStar (Version 6.0.00.13): This update brings stability improvements, ensuring even smoother performance.
- EdgeTouch (Version 1.1.24): A notification permission prompt has been added, improving transparency and user control.
The good news is that you no longer need to rely solely on the Samsung Galaxy Store’s update section. Now, you can download updates directly from the Good Lock app, simplifying the module installation process and giving you more intuitive control over your customization settings.
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