Samsung has recently rolled out the highly anticipated One UI 5.1.1 update for its popular tablet, the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite. This update brings a host of new features and enhancements, making the tablet even more versatile and productive.
Following its previous release for other Samsung tablets and foldable smartphones, the One UI 5.1.1 update for the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite includes the latest August 2023 security patch. This ensures that users’ devices are protected against any potential vulnerabilities.
One of the most notable improvements in this update is the introduction of new multitasking and productivity features. Users will now have the ability to see more recent apps on the taskbar, allowing for quick and seamless navigation between different applications. Additionally, the update also displays the app window state, providing users with a visual cue on which apps are currently open.
Another exciting feature brought by this update is the ability to share files privately and set file expiration windows. This ensures that sensitive files are only accessible for a limited time, enhancing the overall security of data sharing. Moreover, Quick Share has been improved to enable file sharing even if the recipient has left the Wi-Fi network, making it more convenient to share files on the go.
In terms of image editing and management, the Gallery app has received some notable upgrades. Users can now easily apply image effects and copy-paste edits, allowing for a more streamlined and efficient editing process.
Storage management is also a focus of this update. The Galaxy Tab A7 Lite now has the ability to temporarily delete cache and other files to make space for system updates. This ensures that users can always keep their devices up to date without worrying about storage limitations.
Furthermore, a new two-hand drag-and-drop gesture has been introduced, allowing for effortless file transfer between different applications. This makes it even easier for users to move files and information across various apps.
Samsung Internet, the default web browser on the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite, has also received some improvements. Users now have the flexibility to move the bookmarks bar and taskbar to the bottom of the screen, providing a more user-friendly browsing experience.
Last but not least, this update allows users to change modes directly from the lock screen of the tablet. This means that users can easily switch between different modes without the need to unlock their device first, saving time and improving convenience.
The One UI 5.1.1 update for the Galaxy Tab A7 Lite is now available for users in Europe. They can check for the update in their device settings or manually download the firmware file to enjoy all the exciting new features that this major update brings.
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