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App Repair Option No Longer Working from Boot Menu?

(Topic created: 10-14-2021 02:47 PM)
GTumms
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Since starting the beta program, running the apps repair option from the boot screen no longer works at all. It literally just reboots the phone without going through the apps like it used to.

Not sure if this is a known issue.

Unlocked S21 Ultra on T-Mobile. 
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mizfitz13
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makes sense cos this is a beta os
user751201tmO21
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To clarify, you're not seeing this? : (attachment) 20211014_171329-01_9818.jpg
Sk3l3wo1f
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I know a way to do what you are want but Samsung most likely would discourage us from using it go to playstore search > geeky itools < tho they don't use that name for the app anymore it will be the first one(Geeky Hacks: anti hacking protection & security) keep in mind there's a free and premium version chose free works just as good as premium after downloading go into app at the bottom right in the app you will see a settings symbol tap it from that point on you should know what to do it describes at the top
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Hello,

 

Thank you for your feedback. If you haven’t already, please send us an error report to help us debug the issue. Please also keep an eye out for any other issues you may encounter. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your contribution to the beta program.

 

Regards

One UI Beta Team

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