Samsung admits that OneUI 5.1 has a lock screen bug – released a fix

OneUI 5.1

Samsung recently admitted that the lock screen on the Galaxy phone did not function properly after being upgraded to the OneUI 5.1 operating system. There were several complaints from users on social media sites like Twitter and Reddit. The most common complaints from Samsung users were that the screen would suddenly lock up or stall in the middle of a task. This will leave the user with a dark screen when they tried to open it again.

Samsung lock screen bug

Samsung stated it will release an update to address the lock screen bug after noting the issues. Subsequently, the company released an update and advised users to check for available updates. After installing the update, users reported that the bug is now fixed. To search for available updates, go to the settings of the Galaxy mobile phone and scroll down and tap on “Software Update”. Then click on “Download and Install” to get the latest update.

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Details of the lock screen issue

After the OneUI 5.1 update, many Samsung Galaxy users reported issues with their lock screens. Some users reported that the lock screen clock style reverted to default after applying a new wallpaper. Others reported that the color palette did not work when a new wallpaper was applied. Some users were unable to access the edit UI by holding on the lock screen or from the edit lock screen option. These issues made it difficult for users to customize their lock screens as they desired.

Other issues with OneUI 5.1

The lock screen bug is not the only issue that users have reported after upgrading to OneUI 5.1. Some users have reported that their phones have become slow and laggy after the update. Others have reported that their battery life has decreased significantly. Samsung has not yet addressed these issues, but it is likely that the company will release another update to fix them.

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Samsung has admitted that the OneUI 5.1 system has a lock screen bug. The company has also pushed an update to fix it. The bug caused issues with the lock screen clock style, color palette, and edit UI. To fix the bug, users can update their phones to the latest version of OneUI 5.1. While the lock screen bug has been resolved, there are still other issues with OneUI 5.1 that Samsung has not yet addressed. It is likely that the company will release another update to fix these issues in the future.

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