For the first time ever, Samsung is keeping a version of One UI exclusive to a particular cell phone lineup. One UI 3.1.1 is absolutely about features that make the experience of utilizing Samsung’s foldable phones better, especially the Galaxy Z Fold lineup. One UI 3.1.1 appeared on the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3 and has as of now been released for the first Galaxy Z Flip, the Galaxy Z Fold 2, and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G. It is presently showing up on the first Galaxy Fold.
With One UI 3.1.1, Samsung has presented a great deal of features that let you utilize the foldable structure factor. Maybe the most valuable is the new Taskbar, which is a constant alternate way to your most loved applications on the right half of the screen. Then, at that point there’s Drag and Split, which allows you to open another URL in split-screen mode as opposed to opening it in another tab in a similar browser window.
Turn All Apps allows you to compel all applications to rotate to landscape orientation, while Custom Aspect Ratio permits you to set a custom aspect ratio for any app (for example, you can constrain Instagram to utilize the full foldable display real estate, which it doesn’t do locally). At last, there’s the enhancements to Multi-Active Window. When utilizing three applications one next to the other, you currently get alternatives to straighten out the stature and width of opened applications.
The One UI 3.1.1 update additionally carries with it a Bedtime mode switch in the warning shade, and it’s packaged with the September 2021 security fix. It is as of now carrying out for both the Galaxy Fold and the Galaxy Fold 5G in Korea and a few pieces of Europe, however you can be certain accessibility will grow to more business sectors in the coming days. Not surprisingly, the furthest down the line update can be downloaded from the phone’s Settings » Software update menu or from our firmware archive.