These Samsung Good Lock apps are supported in One UI 4.0 Beta (Android 12)

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    Samsung kicked off the One UI 4.0 beta program with the Galaxy S21 series in its home country. This Android 12 based One UI version introduces a bunch of new features including a revamped user interface, easily customizable tools, Android 12 privacy utilities, and much more.

    Besides the inbuilt customization options, Samsung also offers its own tool called Good Lock. It is Samsung’s native tool for Galaxy devices that allows users to change the look of their existing UI. It comprises different modules to customize every part of the user interface.

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    After downloading the One UI 4.0 beta onto the Galaxy device, the users might not be able to use some of the Good Lock modules. Samsung’s beta operation manager announced that there is currently a limited number of Good Lock apps available in beta.

    However, he further mentioned that the rest of the Good lock applications will soon be supported and used when officially opened. Here’s the list of those Good Lock applications supported on One UI 4.0 Beta.

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    Good Lock apps supported in One UI 4.0 Beta

    • Lock Star
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    • Routine+
    • One Hand Operation+
    • Penstastic
    • Wonderland
    • ThemePark
    • NiceCatch
    • Edge Touch

    It should be noted that the Good Lock support varies as per the hardware and software, so it’s not available on all the Galaxy devices, but the flagships and mid-range phones, and tablets have it.

    The South Korean tech giant might be working on providing Good Lock support on the Android 12 based One UI 4.0. All the Good Lock modules will be supported on the Galaxy devices once the beta testing is completed.


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