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The Dropship app by Samsung receives updates for text-to-file sharing, Galaxy links, and other features

Just another Good Lock module is receiving updates for Galaxy phones having One UI 5.0. the Dropship app is going to receive a bunch of updated features. Thus, making file sharing easier across devices running iOS, Android, and the web. Quite recently, the Key’s Cafe Good Lock module received the One UI 5.0 update. The update introduced several new features to the Key’s Cafe.

The v0.9.2 of the Dropship app has got new features. These features include

  • coordinate sharing page in receive/send list
  • copy and paste
  • text-to-file sharing
  • galaxy to link feature

Previously, these functionalities were only available under the Send feature. Furthermore, the app has received bug fixes as well as performance improvements. The updated size of the Dropship app is 51.13MB. it can be downloaded from the Galaxy Store. Just click on the Menu, tap on the Updates, and install the latest updates for your Samsung Dropship app.

Concerning the bug fixes, the Dropship v0.9.2 resolves the issues related to file uploading, page loading, rearrangements of media, Unicode, non-appearance of profile images in certain accounts, and other similar issues reported by Galaxy smartphone users.

In addition, a security enhancement has also been added. Given the new update, the storage folder has been replaced by a folder by PIN to a common folder termed Dropship. To use the updated features, the users are required to download the app from the Galaxy store. One important thing to notice here is that the devices based on Android 13 One UI 5.0 are capable of using the Samsung Dropship Good Lock module.

Samsung has introduced the Dropship module as a part of One UI 5 Good Lock. Previously, it was only accessible to users in South Korea. Later it was introduced in other regions. This module is based on creating a unique link and QR code for the files that are to be shared. Thus, helping with file access on any device.  

Brain Curry

Brian is the news author at Research Snipers which mainly covers Technology News, Microsoft News, Google News, Facebook, Apple, Huawei, Xiaomi, and other tech news.

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