Samsung has released a bug fix to its One software for iOS 9.0.4, bringing a number of fixes and performance improvements, including a fix for a crash in a “Solo” mode that occurs when using an app with a large amount of audio and video.
The bug fix is only applicable to a limited number of users, and it doesn’t apply to users who previously had the issue.
Affected users who have downloaded the One app before this bug fix can try to update to the latest version by going to Settings > System Update.
A list of affected apps can be found here.
Users can also try to download a previous update, if they’re still having issues.
Samsung has been rolling out updates to its software in recent weeks, and this is the latest to the iOS platform.
Samsung said it was aware of the issue, and was working on a fix.
In the meantime, it’s offering a new update, and the new version fixes the crash.
The update also fixes a number issues related to “Sync” mode, a new feature in iOS 9 that lets users use a variety of different devices in tandem with a single screen, and a bug that could cause apps to crash.
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Samsung and Care Mobile, the joint venture of Samsung Electronics Co. and Care Group, are offering consumers the option of downloading a free version of the Android-based Samsung One, the company’s flagship phone.
The free Samsung One Android app will be available for download on Google Play and other digital storefronts from today through Aug. 29.
Users will have the option to install the Android software on their devices to take advantage of its security and features.
The Samsung One will be free of the security patches that have been included in previous updates.
The company has been working on a new version of Android for its phones, and it was expected to launch in the fall.
But that is no longer the case.