Latest Samsung One UI Home update fixes Recommended apps display in recent menu issue

Just a few weeks ago, pro-Samsung fans spotted an incredible little bug in a recent menu, which only revealed the details of the stock One UI chart. application. Although the issue could not be easily identified, users have requested that Samsung restrict the display of native applications or remove the information.

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Well, for now, it seems that Samsung has finally fixed the virus associated with the recent One UI Home application update on the Galaxy device. According to users of Reddit, they now see valid applications, which were recently closed, in a recent menu, including third-party applications.

Previously, it was reported that the company has silently stopped showing non-Samsung apps in the recent menu suggestions. Seeing the widespread reports and negative complaints, Samsung has finally brought back all apps as suggestions on the recent screen.

To be mentioned, Samsung has recently rolled out a new System Launcher AKA One UI Home app, which bears the build version Although the update changelog doesn’t mention any revision, the new release has removed a controversial change in one of the most useful functions of the Galaxy smartphones.

What version of One UI your Galaxy phone is running?

Samsung has started releasing the Android 12-based One UI 4.1 update to the eligible Galaxy devices including smartphones and tablets. This new version brings a lot of new features and improvements over the 3rd generation of Samsung’s Android skin.

Does your smartphone eligible for the One UI 4.1, based on Android 12, update? Let us know in the comments below, however, you can check the One UI 4.1 eligible device list here in case you don’t know the exact software update support of your specific Galaxy smartphone.