One Hand Operation+ updated with One UI 3.0 support and more

Samsung just started pushing out a new update to One Hand Operation+ which brings the version number of this Good Lock module to Among other things, the release introduces a variety of critical fixes, as well as support for One UI 3.0. Samsung’s work on Android 11 hence appears to be progressing at a somewhat expected pace. The first One UI 3.0 beta appeared only two weeks ago for developers, so more individual app updates targeting Android 11 will likely be rolled out shortly.

One Hand Operation+ has now also received some bug fixes specific to the Galaxy Z Fold 2, Samsung’s latest foldable smartphone. Speaking of new devices, there’s also a critical fix targeting Galaxy Tab S7, which isn’t the first gadget that comes to mind when you think of one-handed usage. Regardless, today’s module update resolves long-swipe gesture detection on Samsung’s latest Android tablet.

Task Switcher and Virtual Touch Pad improvements

Good Lock build also brings performance enhancements targeting its Virtual Touch Pad, a feature introduced this spring. The Task Switcher got a similar revamp which appears to be in line with Samsung’s overall approach to mobile multitasking.

The latest version of One Hand Operation+ just began rolling out several hours back, so if the update still isn’t available on your end and you aren’t keen on waiting, you can manually side-load it onto your device from our APK archive. It’s only 2.6MB in size, but you may be promtped to enable app installations from outside sources by your device before the process can be completed.

As for One UI 3.0, don’t hold your breath for it just yet, unless you own one of the Galaxy S20-series devices. The public beta is expected to open in the coming weeks.

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