Galaxy S22: South Korean smartphone brand Samsung releases fix for Microsoft Intune issue on Galaxy S21 and S22 phones running Android 13 operating system. Users of these devices experienced issues with Intune app after the update to the latest firmware. In case you didn’t know, Microsoft Intune is a cloud-based unified endpoint management service.
According to a report from Sammobile, S22 and Galaxy S21 users were unable to complete registration while creating a work profile for the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) deployment.
But the report says the company has now found a solution to the problem. Samsung has released a fix for the issue via a server-side update. It also advises customers to restart their devices before setting up the work profile in the Intune app.
Once users start the enrollment process after restarting the phone, Android Device Policy will be downloaded automatically. After that, users can complete the registration. Users can also download the Android Device Policy from the Google Play Store and then start the registration process.
Meanwhile, the company plans to bring the Samsung Galaxy F14 to India. According to a report by 91Mobiles, the smartphone will debut in January 2023. According to the report, the Samsung Galaxy F14 will be sold exclusively through Flipkart along with Samsung e-store and offline stores across the country. However, it is not yet known whether or not the device will offer 5G connectivity.
S22 No other details about the upcoming phone are known. The Galaxy F14 phone succeeds the Samsung Galaxy F13 which was launched in the country earlier this year. It is a budget class phone with a starting price of ₹11,999.
The device has a 6.6-inch Full HD+ LCD screen. The display of the phone has a water drop notch to house the front facing camera. The phone runs on the company’s One UI 4.0 skin based on the Android 12 operating system.
The Samsung Galaxy F13 has 4GB of RAM and offers up to 128GB of storage. It is powered by Exynos 850 chipset paired with Mali G52.