Google introduced the “Magic Eraser” feature with the Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro, which allowed you to remove objects or people from photos in an extremely simple and effective way, thanks to the help of artificial intelligence. Although there are apps with which to remove objects from photos, it is always more convenient to have this option available by default in our mobile software.
Samsung is one of the companies that introduced a similar feature in its terminals with the Galaxy S21 series. Now, this feature has been improved so that it is capable of removing reflections and shadows from photos, and it has also begun to reach the company’s older models. We are going to explain how you can use it on your mobile.
The improved object erase feature is coming to Samsung’s gallery app via an update available on the Galaxy Store. Therefore, the first step to being able to use this tool is to update the application to the latest version available.
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It is worth mentioning that this new version is compatible with any device that has been updated to One UI 4, the latest version of the brand’s software based on Android 12.
How to use Samsung One UI Object Remove Features
With the application already installed, these are the steps you must follow to delete objects, leftovers, or reflections from the photos on your Samsung mobile:
- Open the Gallery app on your Samsung mobile
- Then open an image
- Tap the pencil icon at the bottom, and then tap the three-dot icon on the right.
- Choose the “Object Eraser” option.
- If you want to delete an object, select it or draw a line around it. If you want to remove reflections or shadows, tap on one of the options at the bottom.
- Finally, tap on “Delete”.
That’s it. When you’re done, you’ll see how the object, reflection, or shadow has been removed. In my tests, the results are generally good, if not as effective as the Pixel 6 with “Magic Eraser” mode. However, in favor of Samsung’s function, it must be said that its availability extends to a much larger number of models.