Do you find the Samsung’s default volume UI too boring or ugly? Then it’s to change it to something more interesting. This post will show you how to enable and customize the Samsung Flex Volume UI within the Sound Assistant app.
Samsung Sound Assistant New Updates
Samsung has just rolled out a fantastic new update for the Sound Assistant Good Lock module, designed to make your audio experience even better. This fresh update, labeled as version 22.214.171.124, offers a more user-friendly and personalized sound management system.
The standout feature of this update is the Flex Volume User Interface, available for One UI 5 or newer devices. Now, you have the freedom to pick from a variety of effects, textures, sizes, and control options when adjusting your device’s volume settings to match your preferences.
Furthermore, for One UI 5 devices, there’s the new Dual App Volume View. When you adjust the volume of an application, you’ll notice it conveniently displayed alongside the primary volume control. This means you can easily fine-tune the volumes of individual apps alongside your media volume.
And if you’re using One UI 6, there’s an exciting addition. You can now create custom voice effects, adding a personal touch to your sound experience. This feature allows you to craft unique audio effects that make your audio experience truly your own.
- Flex Volume UI (Support from One UI 5)
Choose effect, texture, size, and control type.
- Dual App Volume View (Support from One UI 5)
When the volume of the app is not 100%, it appears next to the main volume. (app volume, media volume)
- Customized voice effects (Support from One UI 6)
Provide custom effect creation option.
How to Enable & Customize the Samsung Flex Volume UI?
Here are the steps to use the Flex Volume UI on Samsung Galaxy devices running One UI 5.0 or later:
Note: Make Sure to update the Sound Assistant app within the Good Lock app then follow the below steps.
To get the latest versions of these apps, go to the Galaxy Store on your Galaxy phone, click the menu, and choose Updates. You’ll find the newer app versions there.
1. Open the Good Lock app, navigate to Life up tab and select Sound Assistant.
2. Tap on Make your own volume panel colors.
3. Enable Flex Volume UI.
4. Select your desired Lighting Effect design or color.
5. Select Mesh or Acrylic under the Texture menu.
6. You can also change the Control Type to Bar or Knob.
7. Finally, you can also change the volume shape.
This is how the Flex Volume Looks like on a Samsung Galaxy phone.
That’s all. These were the steps to use the Flex Volume UI on a Samsung Galaxy phone.