Samsung running its One UI 5 beta program for selected Galaxy devices in some countries. Meanwhile, the company has also started its second beta of One UI 5 for Galaxy S22 devices in the US. This One UI 5 beta brings lots of enhancements and optimizations for users.
The South Korean tech giant has also shared the changelog of its second beta update which mentions fixes for several bugs and issues. Along with some new features including Smart Suggestions Widget, Privacy Detection, and the Maintenance Mode.
These Android 13-based One UI 5 beta features will deliver users with a great and enhanced experience, among all the Maintenance modes is a great offering of the company. It prevents other person’s access to personal data such as photos, messages, and accounts.
Maintenance mode is a feature that promises to help you in protecting your personal data like Photos, videos, documents, and accounts from the reach of an unknown person. We can also say that this feature best helps when you give your phone for repair.
Furthermore, it also helps when you require to give your phone to some other person and you want that your personal data will not be accessed by that individual. In this situation, you can enable this feature and can give your phone to anyone freely without any worries.
Notably, this features only works on the apps that are installed by default, currently, it didn’t add support for any third-party application. And once you have done, you can anytime turn off this feature to have access to your all personal data.
How to enable Maintenance Mode
- First, open the Settings app of your device.
- Then scroll down and tap on the Battery and Device care option.
- Open it.
- Here you will find the Maintenance Mode.
- Now enable the feature.
- Once you tap on the turn-on option, it will restart your device.
- And after restarting your device.
- The maintenance mode will be enabled.
How to disable Maintenance mode
To disable the feature, you have to follow the same steps, visit the Settings app of your phone, here tap on the Battery and Device care option. Select the Maintenance Mode and tap on Exit. It will ask you to verify, and once its done. The device will restart again.