One UI 4.1 Tip: How to use Samsung, Google privacy settings on your Galaxy Phone?

Your Galaxy smartphone stores a lot of personal information, so it is important to make sure everything is safe and confidential. Fortunately, the Samsung One UI 4.1 Galaxy phone has some simple privacy features to protect your application usage, data location, and passwords.

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Samsung Galaxy smartphone users can also use these settings to customize the content they want to see, including recommendations and announcements based on device usage. And it also allows you to close the customization service if you do not want to see certain content.

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Samsung One UI 4.1-based Privacy Settings

When it comes to Privacy, Samsung provides several settings to help protect your personal data. In the Samsung Privacy section, you can specify app permissions as well as customize the ad content that appears in your apps.

How to enable it:

  • Navigate to Settings.
  • Then go to the Privacy section, and then tap Privacy.

The following settings are available in the Samsung section:

  • Samsung Privacy
  • Customization service
  • Send analytics data

Users can access the Permission Manager from the Privacy section to configure the required permissions for the camera and microphone as well as other services.

  • Press Permissions Manager.
  • Then tap Camera or Microphone.
  • Next, select the app to change the permissions.
  • Choose the option you want, like Allow or Disallow.

Google Privacy Settings in Samsung smartphone

Similarly, Google also delivers further privacy settings on your Galaxy smartphones. In the point of privacy section, you can enable location services, ads, and personalized suggestions on your device.

To find this section, navigate to Settings, and then click Privacy. The following settings are available in the Google section:

  • Android Personalization Service
  • Android System Intelligence
  • Autofill service from Google
  • Google Location History
  • Activity control
  • Ads
  • Usage & diagnostics

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