Introduced with Galaxy Z Fold 4 earlier the last month, Samsung’s Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.1 update has begun expanding to older eligible models. Currently, the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 is getting One UI 4.1.1 update on top of Android 12L OS.
Identified via One UI built version F916BXXU2HVHA, the latest update brings a bunch of new features that are specially customized for large-screen devices. On the flip side, it also installs the latest September 2022 Android security patch in order to enhance the security and stability of your device.
Furthermore, Samsung is currently rolling out the Galaxy Z Fold 2 One UI 4.1.1 update in Germany but as usual, the company would not take much time to spread it all over the world. If you wanna check this update manually on your smartphone, head over to Settings >> Software update >> Download and install.
The taskbar is undoubtedly the best feature that Samsung brings with its Android 12L One UI 4.1.1 update. It makes multitasking much easier on your foldable smartphone. You can switch multiple apps seamlessly in no time as well as use pop-up windows and up to three apps in split-screen view by dragging and dropping the app icons.
In addition to this, the company provides you with different calling backgrounds for each contact. The enhanced My Files app can now search for information even within files and images as well as you can also copy text from images and screenshots and paste it into any document or message.
Besides these, Samsung Keyboard is now more customizable. It lets you rearrange emojis, stickers, and more by touching and holding them. You can also customize the spacebar row and enter kaomoji.
That’s not it but there’s much more to know about the new features and improvements, you can download and use it to know more.