Hello can you help me what phone to choose Samsung A41 or Samsung A32 ? Or another samsung at this price.. Tnx for Answers :)
Phone overheating after updating to Android 11 from simple use. Any have this kind of issue?
A slow and stupid phone. I have a Galaxy S21 too and if I had only ever had the A41, I would have never bought another Samsung, ever. Iphone SE in that range in 100x faster (had that too). The biggest issue is the speed, really.
I hate that phone and it's my company phone so I have to use it sometimes.
The A41 that I bought in April is a piece of crap. Every couple days it stops receiving calls. I work in a hospital, people need to reach me and how do I know it isn't working? I don't. Verizon is another piece of crap. Their answer was to disconnect the voicemail. It worked for 3 weeks and now it's not working again. another answer...turn the phone off and then restart it. Yes, this works, but why doesn't it work the way it should? I guess I should turn it off while charging every night so I'm sure it works. Is this me only? Anyone else with this problem?
Anonymous, 01 Jun 2021"The only thing I'm not sure was a good idea, is removing "Edge", because ... moreYes tks... I use app "Auto AOD" and its perfect
(it activate AOD screen only when receive notifications)
But not available on playstore, had to download from internet.
An advice for debloat: do not remove Samsung keyboard, because if you remove it then accessibility settings crash when you try to open it.
For me it makes big problems for some settings (big problem for "accessibility permissions")
You can use another KB (I use Google KB) but not remove the Samsung one.
For Android 11 it's just perfect.
I think it's a bad idea not to update, people should understand how Android works now... I mean, when system is "fresh", at the begin it can use more battery, but the more you use it, the more it will kill apps and processes you never use, and the more battery will be optimized... if you wait few days, you will sure have same battery performance as before, or maybe even better.
For me normal use, need battery about 10% to 30% per day.
Some days up to 50%, but it's when I do like more than 5 hours tethering.
"The only thing I'm not sure was a good idea, is removing "Edge", because now I no have light on the screen for notifications (this phone no have led notification) and I think light notifications was somewhere linked to Edge."
You can use AOD to display notifications.
""You cant exept flagship perfomance,because it isnt flagship.", the problem is that the competitors give the buyer/user almost "flagship performance" for the same amount of money as Samsung take from Galaxy 41 buyers/users! Galaxy S41 is more than 100 Euro too expensive!"
It's really weird to see comments like this. I paid 100Euro for mine. I've had it for 6 months. It's an excellent phone, a fantastic screen and amble battery life. Everything is running fast and smooth. AOD working perfectly. Never a stutter. Android 11 made it better with same battery life. Only problem is the gazillion of preloaded apps. But thats a Samsung problem for all Samsung phones and has nothing to do with this phone. And developer options can enable APTX/LDAC.
This is not a flagship phone but a middle range phone that's working perfectly fine.
don't accidentally update android 11 and those ui 3.1 on your a41 because the battery is running out of energy
I am looking at buying this phone after reading all these really helpful comments.
On device BOOT UP, is PIN or PASSWORD authentication technically possible to get A41 access, where facial & fingerprint recognition have been disabled?
The manual doesn’t seem to say.
Tony, 19 May 2021YesThanks.
This phone has pretty much everything. Except FM antenna and IR led. It's also the smallest/lightest one can get right now. Could even be 10% smaller... but it is almost twice the money of a Huawei P40 lite ne, which is also faster, but somewhat bigger and misses a few ticks on the spec list.