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How to fix audio-video sync issue in Samsung Galaxy S22

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In early May, South Korean Samsung rolled out a new firmware update for its Galaxy S22 series users. Samsung recently rolled out the May 2022 security patch update for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra Snapdragon, and now the Exynos version of the same series has received the same update.

But after getting this (latest update), users are facing an audio sync issue, users shared in our Facebook community that whatever they are playing a video, the audio is not syncing with it. Even some audio files do not support preset alarms. Some active users of Samsung galaxy s22 have reported that this problem is happening after  latest update of May 2022.

But we assure you that you are going to be free from this trouble. So don’t worry we have come up with some solutions for you to solve it.

Below you can check some recommendations to get rid of the audio sync problem:

  • Turn off the device.
  • Press and hold the Volume Up key and the Power button.
  • When the Android logo is displayed, release all keys.
  • Press the Volume Down key to navigate and select “Wipe cache partition”.
  • Press the Power key to select.
  • When Wipe Cache Partition is complete, choose Reboot system.
  • Press the Power key to restart the device.

We hope that after following the given steps, you will get rid of this problem. If after doing all this, you are still facing the problem, then you can wait for the June security patch. Samsung has started rolling out the June security patch update for the Galaxy Tab S7. Soon the new security patch update will be available for the Galaxy s22 as well, after which we will get rid of the problems currently facing.

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Leaked: Galaxy S23 battery and Camera information

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On the Internet, rumors and developments concerning the smartphones of the Samsung Galaxy S23 series continue to follow one another, devices for which the Korean manufacturer may have decided to postpone the official unveiling by a few weeks compared to the initial forecasts.

Now, the GalaxyClub staff has updated the information on what the batteries of the new Samsung smartphones should be conditional is a must, as there are no guarantees of reliability.

Galaxy S23 for batteries and cameras:

In the case of the Samsung Galaxy S23+, the Korean conglomerate would have opted for a 4,700 mAh battery (100 mAh more capacious than this year’s model), while the Galaxy S23 Ultra would have received a 5,000 mAh battery (like that of the previous model).

There has been no progress on the Samsung Galaxy S23 battery, but it is likely that the Korean giant will implement one similar to the Plus version.

Moving on to imaging, both the base model and the Plus model should have a 12-megapixel ultra wide-angle sensor. There are no rumors about the Ultra model, but the ultra wide-angle sensor is likely to be 12 megapixels as well.

In any case, if these rumors are true, it would not be surprising, given that Samsung’s primary focus is on the Ultra model’s main sensor, the much-discussed new 200-megapixel sensor.

It will be interesting to see if the Korean conglomerate will keep the same price list as the previous generation for the Galaxy S23 series or if it will choose to raise the bar, possibly due to the mobile sector’s crisis and increased component costs.

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Breaking: Galaxy S22 series fourth One UI 5.0/Android 13 beta will release soon

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The third One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series was released by South Korean technology behemoth Samsung on September 21, 2022. The update includes fresh enhancements, user-friendly features, and animation. But after that, we learn that users of the Galaxy S22 model have reported persistent animation issues as well as bug issues with their devices. There are currently some signs that Samsung will soon release the fourth One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 series, which is based on the Android 13 operating system.

Aside from this, Samsung has previously stated that a stable update will be released for the Galaxy S22 series this year. Additionally, this could be the second device of this year to receive the stable Android 13 update. Samsung is currently lagging behind the Chinese tech giant OnePlus because the OnePlus has already released the Android 13 feature for users of the OnePlus 10 Pro smartphone.

The news has reported that Samsung is now working to fix the issues of the Galaxy S22 series and it might be resolved with the next beta update. According to the report, the One UI 5.0 beta 4 update will roll out with the version number ZVII (Last four digits). On the other side, the third beta update has arrived with the build ZVI9.

Furthermore, the upcoming changes and features of the update are still unknown, but it may include some improvements to provide a more stable experience. It also fixes some known issue bugs, previous issues, and other issues. The company will also address the animation issues in the upcoming beta update.

As we all know, the company released the third beta update for the Galaxy S22 series too late, but this will not be the case for the fourth edition. As a result, the next beta update for the Galaxy S22 series could arrive in two or three days.

Galaxy S22 One UI 5.0 beta 4

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TelegramOne UI 5.0 beta 3 update changelog: [Translated]

New Feature:

  • Add Gallery widget to the home screen

Improvements:

  • Experience new slideshow-style immersive stories in Gallery
  • Improvement introduced so that lock screen wallpaper can be changed instantly by long press on lock screen
  • Improved UX the Album tab at the bottom of the Gallery app – By default, ” Device maintenance > Automatic optimization > Automatic restart on demand ” is off by default
  • Improved optimization function for each terminal mode and shifting the menu position ( Settings > Useful functions > Bixby Routine > Mode → Settings > Mode )
  • Improved the animation to return to the home screen when disconnected.

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Samsung reduced the main camera of the Galaxy A54 phone compared to the previous Galaxy device A53

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Although it’s only been 6 months since the Galaxy A53 hit the market, Samsung has been developing the Galaxy A54 mobile phone for some time now. The new report claims that the Samsung Galaxy A54 will have a lower megapixel main camera than its predecessor.

GalaxyClub reports that the Samsung Galaxy A54 will feature a 50-megapixel main camera, while both the Samsung Galaxy A52 And Galaxy A53 phones will sport a 64-megapixel main rear camera.

No other specific information has been revealed about the main camera of the Galaxy A54 yet. It is expected to use the mid-range 50-megapixel camera sensor recently found on Samsung’s mid-range smartphones.

But considering that the Samsung Galaxy A52 And Galaxy A53 have several flagship-level features such as water resistance, high refresh rate screens, and stereo speakers, the Galaxy A54 also doesn’t rule out a flagship-level 50-megapixel camera.

Apart from switching to a lower-pixel main camera, it was previously reported that the Samsung Galaxy A54 and other mid-range Galaxy smartphones will lose the depth-of-field camera.

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