One UI 3.1.1 Update Rolled Out For Samsung Galaxy Fold

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People have started wondering if the original Galaxy Fold will still receive an update or not. We would like to let you know that Samsung Galaxy Fold is still relatively new, so the phone will definitely get an update. In fact, the latest software update- One UI 3.1.1 is ready. The One UI 3.1.1 will update the Galaxy Z series. The build was first made ready for Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Galaxy Z Fold 3. Plus, it was also released for the Samsung Galaxy S21 lineup.

Moreover, now the update is rolled out for the Galaxy foldable, including the likes of the original Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy Z Flip 5G, and the Galaxy Z Fold2 5G introduced last year.

The most notable aspect of the update is that it will let you take advantage of the device’s foldable form factor. Apart from that, the update is also carrying useful changes in the new Taskbar. For instance, there is a shortcut that will allow access to your favorite apps located on the right side of the screen. In addition to that, there are Drag and Split options as well. They will allow you to launch URL in split-screen mode.

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Besides that, the update also includes features like Rotate All Apps, Custom Aspect Ratio, and Multi-Active Window. So, you can now force all apps to rotate to landscape orientation once you receive the update. Plus, you can also set a custom aspect ratio for any mobile app. There is an enhanced Multi-Active Window feature. It will let you better adjust when three apps are placed side by side.

One UI 3.1.1 also includes September 2021 security patch

The One UI 3.1.1 is also carrying the September 2021 security patch, Bedtime mode toggle part of the notification shade.

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