Updates are the most important factors that determine the fate of our smartphones. Because it can change all the balances of our phones, from the battery to the screen reaction. Here, manufacturers constantly work with software engineers to provide the best experience to the user. But sometimes they get complaints from their users because of even a small bug. Just like a simple bug in the One UI 3.0 interface today …



As you know, Samsung released the new One UI 3.0 interface to a team of phones towards the end of last year. Galaxy S20 and Note 20 series phones were the first models to receive this update. Even in the previous Note 10 and Note 10 Plus, they got the new interface towards the end of the year. Overall, there were not many complaints about this update. However, as we enter the new year, everyone reported that they had a common problem.


A new problem has arisen on models with version One UI 3.0.

A new problem has emerged on all Galaxy devices that are updated to One UI 3.0, based on Android 11. As we enter 2021, battery statistics are no longer accessible on these devices. To clarify the subject, models with One UI 3.0, as of “January 1”; started unable to access battery statistics data from settings – device maintenance section. However, this situation is restored when you set the calendar to December 31 and before.

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Currently, Samsung is doing some research on this problem. Probably everything will be back to normal with the new update. However, it is possible to fix the problem with this simple method before updating. Here is the solution to the battery statistics problem in stages;

  • First, open the “settings” application of your phone and enter the “All apps” menu.
  • Then click on “Show system apps” option in the upper right corner and say ok
  • Then find Samsung Device Health Manager Service app on this list and enter it
  • After doing all this, go to the storage sub-menu of the Manager Service application we mentioned and clear all of its data. That is all.



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