Soon, Samsung will let Pakistanis redesign their phones

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Soon, Samsung will let Pakistanis redesign their phones
Soon, Samsung will let Pakistanis redesign their phones

A customization suite called Good Lock was launched by Samsung in 2016. A number of customization options are accessible to Galaxy users, including home and lock screens, recent apps’ layouts, clock faces, Quick Settings, as well as many other features. Initially, the app was limited to a dozen countries, but Samsung is now rolling out the feature to as many as 20 more countries as a part of the roll out. 

At the time, it was only available in the following countries: Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, the UAE, the UK, and the US. In the future, it will also reach the following countries as well.

In terms of nations, Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Malaysia, Mexico, the Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, and Thailand are among them.

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There is considerable doubt in our mind as to the completeness of the list due to the fact that Samsung has not yet released a press release describing the scope of its Good Lock expansion. There is a possibility that Pakistan may also be able to gain access to Samsung’s customization features in the near future, but there is no official word yet from Samsung in this regard. 

Even if it does not arrive in Pakistan in the current rollout phase, it is clear that Samsung is making the app available to more countries gradually, meaning there is still a chance that Pakistan will get it eventually.

What is Good Lock?

As mentioned earlier, Good Lock is an app meant for Samsung phones that is able to heavily customize your phone’s UI. Think of it as a launcher “pro max”, but only for Samsung phones. This kind of customization usually requires root access on other Android phones.

Good Lock is not available in Pakistan at the time of writing, but we have our fingers crossed.

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