Perhaps the most perceptible changes in Android 11 was the expansion of smart home gadget controls to the power menu, however Google didn’t need all telephones with Android 11 to show the new controls.

Samsung adhered to the old power menu plan with its version of Android 11, known as One UI 3.0, yet the smart home controls have now shown up on the Galaxy S21 and Galaxy Tab S7/S7+.

Samsung dispatched the Galaxy S21 series with One UI 3.1, a marginally unique version of the product right now present on the entirety of the company’s other Android 11 gadgets. The Tab S7 series got a similar version a couple of days prior.

You could as of now press the ‘Devices’ button in the fast settings page to rapidly get to associated gadgets (Bluetooth accessories, SmartThings, and so on), however with One UI 3.1, Samsung has added a dropdown menu for you to choose elective gadget controls.

On the off chance that you have the Google Home application installed, you can choose it as an alternative and control gadgets associated with your Google account.

It’s not exactly as straightforward as the force button menu in ordinary Android 11, as there are a couple of additional means in getting to the control board, however it utilizes a similar APIs as the stock force menu. That implies on the off chance that you have other applications that add their own keen home controls, as Tasker, they can likewise appear in the menu.

It’s not satisfactory at the present time if Samsung will update One UI 3.0 gadgets with the updated controls, either with an OS overhaul, or an services update through Galaxy Apps or the Play store.

Topics #Android 11 #Google Home device #One UI 3.1 #Samsungs