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Latest 6.0 UI version update

(Topic created on: 02-19-2024 10:52 PM)
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Unitedsteelworker
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Within the last 7-10 days, my Galaxy S22 Ultra got an update to the One UI 6.0 version ,Android version 14 , since then a bunch of my apps are either very slow to open or donot open, what is causing this and what is the solution to fix it? I have tried everything under the sun to no avail, this is just freaking ridiculous.

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I have tried everything under the sun to no avail, this is just freaking ridiculous.

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Zammi
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Usually after a major Android/ One UI update I factory reset my phone. That helps a lot.
Some apps need reinstalling. And, in some cases, app developers need to update their apps to support Android 14.
Samsung_specialist
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Here are some steps you can take to troubleshoot and potentially resolve the issue:

1. Restart Your Device: Sometimes, a simple restart can help resolve software-related issues. Press and hold the power button on your Galaxy S22 Ultra, then select "Restart" from the menu that appears.

2. Clear App Cache: Clearing the cache for individual apps can sometimes help improve their performance. Go to Settings > Apps, select the app experiencing issues, then tap on "Storage & cache" and select "Clear cache."

3. Update Apps: Ensure that all of your apps are up to date. Open the Google Play Store, tap on the menu icon (three horizontal lines) in the top left corner, select "My apps & games," and then tap "Update all" to update any outdated apps.

4. Check for Software Updates: Sometimes, app performance issues can be addressed by installing the latest software updates. Go to Settings > Software update > Download and install to check for any available updates for your device.

5.Safe Mode: Booting your device into Safe Mode can help determine if the issue is caused by a third-party app. Press and hold the power button until the power menu appears, then press and hold the "Power off" option until you see the "Safe Mode" option and tap on it. In Safe Mode, only pre-installed apps will be available. If the issue does not occur in Safe Mode, it may be caused by a third-party app.

6. Factory Reset: If the above steps do not resolve the issue, you may need to perform a factory reset on your device. Before doing so, be sure to back up any important data as a factory reset will erase all data and settings on your device. You can perform a factory reset by going to Settings > General management > Reset > Factory data reset.

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wojowski
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Still no update for my s22 ultra
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