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Your Samsung Galaxy Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra has a stunning display that’s capable of running at 120Hz. Out of the box, the handset is set to WQHD+ (3,200 x 1,440), which can only run at 60Hz and uses the most battery life. If you want to change your screen resolution, you can set it to HD+ (1,600 x 720) or FHD+ (2,400 x 1,080).
Start by jumping into the Settings menu when you’re ready to change your device’s screen resolution. The easiest way to do this is by swiping down from the top of the display to open the notification shade. From there, tap the Gear icon next to the Power button.
Alternatively, swipe up from the handset’s home screen to open the app drawer. Either use the search box at the top of the display or scroll between panels to launch the “Settings” app.
Next, select the “Display” option.
Scroll to the bottom of the list and then tap on the “Screen Resolution” button. Your Galaxy S20’s current screen resolution will be displayed under the item’s heading text.
Finally, select your desired screen resolution. Again, your choices are HD+ (1,600 x 720), FHD+ (2,400 x 1,080), and WQHD+ (3,200 x 1,440). After you make your selection, tap on the “Apply” button to save your changes.
Changing the screen resolution on your Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra is that simple. Remember that you can only take advantage of the smartphone’s 120Hz display when it’s set to FHD+. We recommend sticking to the middle setting as it will uses less battery life than WQHD+.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 is currently one of the highly sought after devices; boasting a powerful set of specifications, the phone is the clear indication of what the future of smartphones is going to be like and it is going to be one hell of a future.
The phone itself is amazing in almost every aspect; whether you are talking about the gorgeous design, top of the line build quality, industry-leading cameras, or the amazing 120Hz screen that has everyone talking, you truly are getting the full package.
However, right out of the box, much like many other devices available, the phone is not perfect from a software perspective. With a screen starting from 6.2″ and going all the way up to 6.9″ based on the model you get, the real estate is a lot, however, Samsung’s software does not let you fit a lot of content on it by default.
Fit More on Your Screen by Increasing the DPI Value on Your Device
The good thing here is that you can always adjust the DPI settings of your device; a feature that only used to be available through root. Doing so will shrink a lot of the things including text, menu, and even the icons. However, you must know that if you choose a number that is not optimized for your device’s screen, things might not look good or might stop functioning altogether.
Follow the simple tutorial below that will allow you to change the DPI effectively and choose a value that works best in our opinion.
- Head over to your phone’s settings.
- Scroll down to About phone.
- Once there, start by tapping on Software information.
- Tap the Build number multiple times until you get a message telling you that you are a developer; alternatively, your phone might ask you to enter your pin. If it does, enter your pin.
- Go back to the main settings, scroll back and you will find Developer options once you scroll down.
- Scroll down until you come across an option called Minimum width.
- Simply choose that, and enter the value “500” and press Ok.
You can, of course, tinker with higher values should you choose to, but we would highly suggest that you use smaller increments to ensure nothing gets out of order or becomes unusable.
That’s it, folks! Following this simple guide has allowed you to change the DPI on your Galaxy S20. You can now start enjoying the phone with more icons as well as content on it.
In this guide, you will learn how to turn on or enable the 120Hz display refresh rate on the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and S20 Ultra. These three giants are Samsung’s latest flagship smartphones with a number of improvements like powerful cameras and faster processor and there are quite a few unknown features that we must know and one of the features on the Galaxy S20 is 120Hz refresh rate screen. However, by default the display refresh rate is 60Hz on all the Samsung Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra.
Meanwhile, as soon as you turn on your brand new Galaxy S20, S20 Plus and S20 Ultra, you’re not getting all 120Hz, you’re just getting 60Hz instead. While the device still defaults to resolution FHD+ instead of resolution WQHD+.
However, this feature is not just on the Galaxy S20 Ultra but all the regular S20 and the Galaxy S20 Plus also feature 120Hz displays and which is 60Hz by default. Meanwhile, you can’t run and use 120Hz and WQHD+ (3200 × 1400) at the same time. When you enable a 120Hz display refresh rate, your Galaxy S20 or S20 Ultra’s screen resolution will be automatically downgraded to HD+ ( 1600 × 720).
How to Enable the 120Hz Display on Galaxy S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra
The good thing about this feature is that not only you can activate it on your Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra but you can also enable it on your Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus as well. Fortunately, turning on the 120Hz refresh rate when you need to, and turning it off when you’re finished, is pretty simple. Here’s how to adjust the refresh rate for the Samsung Galaxy S20 series.
Step 1. Go the Settings app on your home screen.
Step 2. Tap Display.
Step 3. Tap Motion smoothness.
Step 4. Here, you have got two options; High Refresh Rate (120Hz) for smoother scrolling and (60Hz) for better battery life. Tap 120Hz.
120Hz Display on Galaxy S20
Step 5. After selecting 120Hz then tap Apply.
When you pick 120Hz as your refresh rate, the resolution of your Galaxy S20 will be downscaled automatically. But in the Screen Resolution menu, you can select between HD+ and FHD+. However, if you select WQHD+ will disable the 120Hz refresh rate. When you see a heavy battery drain and feel like the phone runs out of power before the end of the day, however, you can always turn back to the standard 60Hz mode.
The option to switch 120Hz of the refresh rate on can be greyed out in motion Smoothness settings if you have set your Galaxy S20’s resolution to WQHD+. Adjusting the resolution to FHD+ will address the issue.
Phones That Have 120Hz Refresh Rate Displays
Right now, when it comes to 120Hz refresh rate phones, there are just a few options you can see below:
- Samsung Galaxy S20 Series
- OnePlus 8 & OnePlus 8 Pro
- ASUS ROG Phone 2
- Razer Phone 2
- OPPO Find X2
- iPad Pro Models
That’s it. This feature was about how to enable the 120Hz display refresh rate on Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra. Well, 120Hz refresh rate can be battery drainer and that’s up to you. However, it’s recommended not to turn on the 120Hz refresh rate every time. You can enable it while playing some heavy games or reading for a lengthy period of time. Otherwise, keep it to 60Hz.
Having a Samsung Galaxy A20 means you don’t really need your camera or camcorder anymore. Indeed, in recent years the quality of the cameras in our mobile phones has improved significantly. This is actually one of the essential points on which manufacturers are fighting a fierce battle. Despite everything, good quality means heavy files to keep on your smartphone. And even in the event that the amount of internal memory of our Samsung Galaxy A20 tends to become more important, it is possible if you ever like to store moments of your daily life that it is not sufficient to store all these moments. We will suddenly show you today how to change the resolution of photos and videos on your Samsung Galaxy A20? In this context, to start we will teach you the advantages of changing the resolution of your recordings. Then, how to change the format of the photos on your Samsung Galaxy A20, and finally the videos.
Why is it relevant to change the resolution of photos and videos on your Samsung Galaxy A20?
We start off by quickly explaining to you the interest you may have in change the format of the videos and photos on your Samsung Galaxy A20. As we quickly told you in the introduction, this point is one of the essential criteria of differentiation between brands. They are therefore putting effort into the quality and size of their photo sensor. The advantage is that you will have more and more beautiful photos, the disadvantage is that a photos will be able to require several “MB” to see several tens of “MB” of storage space.
Same thing for videos, you will even feel the difference in particular with videos because to make a video we superimpose photos, and inevitably if ever the quality of each photo is better, the weight of the video will be exponentially more important. It is therefore essential to find a happy medium, and, to think about the use which you make of these files. In the event that you enjoy watching them on your smartphone, sharing them on social networks, it is not necessarily mandatory to keep the best photo or video quality on your Samsung Galaxy A20, an intermediate quality will surely be sufficient without that no one realizes it. However, if you are printing your photos, or making video montages of your adventures, it may be useful not to reduce the resolution of the photos and videos on your Samsung Galaxy A20. It’s up to you to think about your usage and to change the format of your recordings according to your wishes.
How to change the resolution of your Samsung Galaxy A20 photos?
We now move on to the practical part of our article. We will first see how to change the size of your Samsung Galaxy A20 photos. The process is particularly simple and will allow you to save a significant amount of data on your smartphone, follow the method below to do this:
- Open the app » Camera From your Samsung Galaxy A20.
- Put yourself in photo mode.
- Click on the toothed wheel to access the parameters
- All you have to do is modify the » Photo resolution »Front or back of your Samsung Galaxy A20 depending on which one you want to change.
- Remember to test before keeping a final adjustment to be sure that the quality of your photos is sufficient for your needs.
In the event that you cannot make this adjustment or if you have camera problems on your Samsung Galaxy A20, do not hesitate to consult our article on this subject to correct them.
How to change the resolution of your Samsung Galaxy A20 videos?
Finally, we finish our little article with the changing the resolution of your Samsung Galaxy A20 videos , this will reduce the size of the files and therefore save smaller files on the memory of your Samsung Galaxy A20. In order to do this, you just have to implement the few tips below which are very close to changing the format of photos:
- Open the app » Camera From your Samsung Galaxy A20.
- Switch to video mode.
- Access the parameters by clicking on the toothed wheel
- Click on the tab ” Video resolution »Or any other similar name (it may change depending on your version of Android)
- Choose the resolution that you find most suitable.
- As for photos, consider making a test video that you watch directly after to be sure that the quality is sufficient, you can also compare the weight of the video compared to your previous videos.
You can, depending on the quality of your device too configure the number of images per second captured in video mode by your Samsung Galaxy A20 . This will double or halve the weight of the videos. This parameter is mainly relevant when you want to do slow motion, if you want to show how to make a slow motion video with your Samsung Galaxy A20, see our article on this subject.
In case you want as many tutorials to become the king of the Samsung Galaxy A20, we invite you to watch the other tutorials in the category: Samsung Galaxy A20.
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Samsung recently launched its 2020 flagship series and introduced 3 lineup called the Galaxy S20, S20 Plus, and the Galaxy S20 Ultra. All the Samsung flagship smartphones feature top of the line specs both – hardware and software. The phone is powered by Snapdragon 865 in the Unites States and Exynos 990 in the Global variants. A default 8 -12 GB of RAM option, 64 MP primary camera for the S20 and S20 Plus whereas the S20 Ultra has massive 108 MP. The most intriguing part about the S20 series is the 120hz screen refresh rate. While a high screen refresh rate may be battery hogging, users have come up a way to change this screen refresh rate to 96 hz which save a ton of battery and still keep high refresh rate at bay.
The Galaxy S20 lineup has a whopping 120 HZ screen refresh rate. However, it comes at a cost of higher battery consumption even if you are just checking your emails or just scrolling through apps. While there’s a toggle to switch this refresh rate to 60 Hz in the settings itself, but then what’s the point of buying a nexy generation smartphone over the S10 lineup? So here’s an option which can give you a balance between both battery life as well as a high refresh rate. Using this method users can enable the hidden 96 Hz of Refresh rate on the Galaxy S20 series.
Users who are worried about battery life and still want a smoother display here is a sweet spot to get 96 Hz screen refresh rate the S20. This can save battery along with getting a smooth display too. By default Samsung ships their phones in WQHD+ screen resolution set to 60Hz and an option to bump it to 120hz at FHD+ or 1080p resolution. However, you still won’t get the 120 Hz at WQHD+ resolution. You can only reduce the FHD+ to 96Hz of refresh rate.
This can be confirmed if you just run the ADB shell command “dumpsys display while your device is connected to PC via USB cable in USB debugging.
We can see that there are various refresh rates available which can be set using ADB commands. The options are 48 and 96 Hz of refresh rate running at FHD+ resolution. By changing the value of Settings . System . peak_refresh_rate and Settings . System . min_refresh_rate to 48.0 or 96.0, you can set the refresh rate of your Galaxy S20 to one of these hidden values. Setting the Refresh Rate to 96 Hz can give you better battery life and a feel of high refresh rate also.
How to enable hidden 96Hz screen refresh rate on Samsung S20?
An XDA member sathishtony has put all of the commands altogether in an open-source app to make it hassle-free for the users. The app also gives users an option to enable it from the quick settings toggles. Download link for the S20 Screen Refesh Rate controller app is provided below.
Picture size or resolution is a hidden useful feature of the stock Camera app on your Samsung and Android mobile phones. Sometimes you can not ignore the image size or resolution. For example, when you send photos through a chat app, IM, email to share with your family and friend, you may want to reduce down the photo size so you can save your cellular data and time. Many smartphones have the capability of adjusting picture size in Camera settings, such as Samsung, LG, HTC, Lenovo, iPhone, Nexus, Motorola and so on. In this guide, we will be using a Samsung Galaxy phone in the demo to show you how to change photo size on Samsung and Android phones. When you change the photo size setting, you will change image solution and sometimes image aspect ratio at the same time. You can change pictures to bigger or smaller size or resolution according to your own needs.
Change Picture Size, Resolution & Aspect Ratio on Samsung Phone
In the demo, we will using Galaxy Grand Prime, a Samsung mobile phone, you may expect some difference if you are using other phones or phone models.
To change picture resolution on Samsung phone, run the stock Camera app on your mobile, touch the Settings icon on the picture preview screen, a quick settings menu or tool bar displays.
From above screenshot, you can see the default photo size is set to 6M. If you like to change it to smaller or bigger size, tap on the photo size icon, you will get the pop-up dialogue like this.
You don’t always need to use the highest image resolution when shooting pictures using your mobile phone. Sometimes to take photos in moderate size or resolution you can save a lot of storage space on the phone and they become easier to share, backup and transfer. FYI, you can transfer photos from Samsung to computer through Bluetooth. If you want to switch mobile phone and transfer over all personal photos, you can check out this guide to batch copy all photos and videos from Android to iPhone or vice versa. From above Camera picture settings screen, you can find out the phone we use can take pictures in various sizes, resolutions, aspect ratios including:
- 8M, 3264*2448p, 4:3;
- 6M, 3265*1836p, 16:9;
- 6M, 2448*2448p, 1:1;
- 3.1M, 2048*1536p; 4:3;
- 2.4M, 2048*1152p; 16:9
If you plan to print the photos from mobile phone, or plan to edit it on computer, we suggest you to use higher resolution. If you want to share on social networks, such as Twitter, Facebook, use a image resolution as low as possible. It is same with videos. See also this guide to change video resolution & aspect ratio on Samsung mobile phone.
There’s no denying that the Galaxy S21 Ultra is a beast of a flagship with an AMOLED screen that is a prime example of Samsung’s expertise with display technology. Despite endowing the Galaxy S21 Ultra with a display boasting QHD+ resolution, Samsung insists that the phone ships with FHD+ as the default resolution.
Join us after the break where we’ll show you how to switch the resolution up to WQHD+ (3200 x 1440) or perhaps down to HD+ (720p) on your Galaxy S21 and S21+ in just a few seconds.
We’ve embedded the how-to video above showing the step-by-step method of how to change the screen resolution on your Galaxy S21 and S21+ from FHD+ down to HD+ (720p), with the S21 Ultra also having the option of bumping it up to full WQHD+ resolution.
How to change the Screen Resolution
- Open up the Settings app on your Galaxy S21 handset
- Click on Display
- Scroll down to Screen Resolution
- Chose to keep FHD+ as default, switch up to WQHD+ if you have a Galaxy S21 Ultra, or move down to HD+ if you have the Galaxy S21 or S21 Plus
- Tap on Apply
And that’s it. You’ll either be saving some battery life by moving down to HD+ or using a little extra by switching up to WQHD+ in the case of the Galaxy S21 Ultra.
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The Galaxy S20 has a sharp WQHD 1440p display, but it’s set to FHD 1080p by default. Don’t change that — it’s better for your battery life, and FHD still looks great.
When you first start up the Galaxy S20, its display resolution is set to FHD 1080p by default.
The temptation is strong to set the display resolution to its full WQHD 1440p option for the crispiest, sharpest look for Android, your apps, photos, and videos.
I hardly noticed a difference between the default FHD 1080p mode and the WQHD 1440p option. And keeping it to FHD resolution will help extend your battery life, as the Galaxy S10’s processor won’t need to work as hard to render items on the display at a sharper resolution.
The Galaxy S20’s screen is also capable of giving you a smoother experience while you swipe around the phone. You have to actively enable that feature.
By default, the Galaxy S20’s screen is set to the standard 60Hz refresh rate, which gives a familiar look and feel to the phone.
But you can set the screen to 120Hz for a faster and smoother overall experience, and it’s absolutely worth it. It might reduce battery life a little bit, but I have no complaints so far on the Galaxy S20 Ultra. Battery life is still among the best I’ve ever experienced on a smartphone.
To change the screen from 60Hz to 120Hz, head to Settings > Display > Motion smoothness > tap High refresh rate (120 Hz) > then tap Apply.
Also note that the 120Hz option is only available for the FHD 1080p resolution.
Turn on Dark Mode to give your Galaxy S20 a sleeker look. It’s also easier on the eyes at night.
Not only is dark mode easier on the eyes — especially at night — but it looks sleeker, in my opinion. Setting whatever you can to a dark or night mode will also help with battery life, as the Galaxy S20 won’t be using up battery power to light up the default white color theme.
To enable Night Mode, swipe down the notifications shade > swipe down again > swipe left > tap Dark mode.
Use the latest Android navigation mode with swipes instead of the traditional buttons on the bottom of the screen. Not only are they more useful, but it gives your phone a cleaner look, too.
By default, you get the standard Android navigation buttons on the bottom of the screen, including the multi-task button, the home button, and the back button.
You can clean up Android’s look on the Galaxy S20 by switching to gestures instead of buttons, which removes the navigation bar at the bottom. I kept the Gesture hints option turned on to serve as a guide for where to swipe.
To do this, go to Settings > Display > Navigation bar > select Full screen gestures.
Swipe down from anywhere on the home screen to pull down the notifications shade.
Out of the box, swiping down on the Galaxy S20’s home screen will bring up the Android app drawer where all your apps can be found. The thing is, swiping up already does that. So I decided to set the swipe-down gesture for something more useful — bringing down the android notifications shade.
Doing this makes it easier to pull down the Android notifications shade, as you don’t need to reach up to the top of the screen to swipe the shade down. You can swipe down the notifications shade from the middle of the home screen, or even close to the bottom, if you want.
To do this, go to Settings > Display > Home screen > tap Quick-open notification panel.
Change the way Samsung’s One UI interface looks to make it less cartoon-y.
The icons are set to look large by default on the Galaxy S20, and it looks a little cartoon-y, which doesn’t match the Galaxy S20’s sleek aesthetic.
To remedy this, I made the home screen icon grid more compact, which made the icons smaller and let me add more apps to the home screen.
To do this, go to Settings > Display > Home screen > Home screen grid > tap 5×6, or whichever grid style you like.
Do the same for the “Apps screen grid” option in the Home screen menu.
Change the way the edge lighting looks and works on the Galaxy S20.
I’m a big fan of the Galaxy S20’s edge lighting when a notification shows up, but I was underwhelmed by the default blue color. I set the edge lighting’s color to be white and made it thicker to be more noticeable, which creates a more impressive effect when you get a notification.
Below is the edge lighting on the Galaxy S10, but it’s almost identical on the Galaxy S20, except you get more options with Samsung’s latest device:
Set the side button to do something useful for you.
Instead of summoning the Bixby virtual assistant with the Galaxy S20’s side button, you can set it to act as a shortcut for your favorite app, or even back to a power button!
To do this, head to Settings > Advanced Features > Side Key > select what you want the side button to do.
Change the keyboard to Google’s Gboard.
Samsung’s default keyboard is fine, but I’ve always preferred Google’s own Gboard. The keys are wider, which makes it easier and faster to type more accurately. It’s also a cleaner keyboard compared to the cluttered Samsung keyboard. You can also customize Gboard more than you can Samsung’s keyboard.
Just install the Gboard app from the Google Play Store and follow the instructions. Then, you can customize Gboard to your preferred themes and settings.
Make the Galaxy S20 feel faster.
You can reduce the superfluous animations when navigating around the Android operating system, which lets you get back to your home screen and close or open apps more quickly. It gives the Galaxy S20 feel faster overall.
With animations switched on by default, it always felt like I was waiting for the animations to finish before I could go on to do what I wanted to do next.
To get rid of them, go to Settings > Advanced features > tap Reduce animations.
Samsung recently revealed a range of new Galaxy Phones for the year 2020. Among those to steal the show were the Galaxy Z Slip and the Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The Galaxy S20 will have three variants: the 6.2-inch Galaxy S20, the 6.7-inch Galaxy S20 plus and the 6.9-inch Galaxy S20 Ultra. The prices of these phones start at $1000, $1200 and $1400 respectably. Of the three variants, the S20 Ultra has the most advanced camera setup. The difference between the three variants respectively are:
The Samsung Galaxy S20:
This is the most basic S20 model in the lineup. It will come with a 6.2 inch OLED display. The resolution of this smartphone is Quad HD. The three cameras on the back will be of 12MP+64MP+12MP and the camera in the front will be of 10MP. It will run with an Exynos 990 processor chip. The RAM of the phone will be either 8GB or 12GB, depending on the variant which you are purchasing. It will come with an internal storage of 128GB. The battery will be 4000 mAh which is considerably good. It is rated IP68 water-resistant. There will be an optional 5G variant available as well. The phone will start from a range of $1,349.
The Samsung Galaxy S20+:
This is a variant which is a grade above the base model S20. It will come with a 6.7 inch OLED display. The resolution again will be Quad HD. There is no difference in the back and front cameras except that there will be an added ToF Feature on the back camera. Again, it will run on an Exynos 990 processor. The RAM variant will depend on you whether you purchase the 8GB or 12GB variant. The internal storage will come in two options of 128GB and 512GB. There will be an increased battery size of 4500 mAh. The phone will be IP68 water resistant naturally. A 5G model is again an option that you have to take whether you want to purchase that one or not. It will start at $1,499.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra:
This is the best and most powerful variant in the series of S20. It will come with a 6.9 inch OLED display. The resolution will be the same – Quad HD. But there is a huge difference in the back cameras. The back cameras will be 108MP+48MP+12MP+ToF. If you are wondering about the front camera, it will have a 40 MP camera. The phone will run on Exynos 990 processor only. There will be two RAM variants available for you to choose from – 12GB and 16GB. The internal storage again will come in two options – 128GB and 512GB. If you are thinking about the battery, the battery is again upgraded to 5000 mAh, which means your device will run for a long period than usual. The phone is IP68 water-resistant. It will be 5G only and it will start from a price of $1,999.
All of the three smartphones have some great features and that is why they are priced this high. It is hard to determine if paying almost $1,999 for a smartphone is worth it or not, but one thing is sure that the quality you will get will be high.
Instructions on How To Change Themes and Icons Samsung Galaxy S20 / S20+ / S20 Ultra:
Want something to jazz up your phone? Just download a new theme.
From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area, and then touch Themes. Now, you can swipe up to view the available themes and then select the one you want to download. Touch Download, and then touch Apply. Next, touch Apply one more time to confirm.
Change Your Theme
You’ve had that theme for quite some time. If you want to change your theme and already have another one downloaded or saved, just follow these steps to apply it.
From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area, and then touch Themes. To view all your themes, touch View all. Select your desired theme, view the details, and then touch Apply. Next, touch Apply one more time to confirm.
Want to show off your passion for your personal hobby? Try customizing your phone by downloading new icons.
From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area, and then touch Themes. Touch Icons, swipe up to view the available icons, and then select the one you want to download. Finally, touch Download, and then touch Apply. Next, touch Apply one more time to confirm.
Change Your Icons:
Maybe you’re a little tired of those icons. If you want to change your icons and already have another set downloaded or saved, just follow these steps to apply it.
From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area. Touch Themes and then touch Icons. To view all of your icons, touch View all. Browse the available icon sets and then select one that you like. Next, touch Apply, and then touch Apply one more time to confirm.
Oops, you downloaded the wrong theme by mistake. Just delete it; it’s no trouble at all.
From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area, and then touch Themes. To view all of your themes, touch View all. Touch Delete, and then touch the theme you want to delete.
Touch Delete, and then touch Delete one more time to confirm.
You can delete icons any time you want. From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area of the screen. Touch Themes and then touch Icons.
To view all of your icons, touch View all. Touch Delete, and then select the unwanted icon set. Touch Delete, and then touch Delete one more time to confirm.
Recover Purchased Themes:
No one wants to pay twice for the same thing. If you connect your phone to a Samsung account, you can recover purchased items, even if you purchased them on another device.
From a Home screen, touch and hold an empty area, and then touch Themes. Touch My page (the person icon) next to More Options. Next, touch Purchased items, and all the themes you’ve purchased will be listed. Touch Download next to the theme you want to recover on your phone. You can repeat this process as many times as needed.
Note: You can recover purchased wallpapers or icons from the same page. Simply use the menu at the top of the screen.
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