Samsung has introduced One UI 5.1 with the Galaxy S23 series at Galaxy Unpacked 2023. Available globally, starting with the Galaxy S22 series, it delivers new features for Galaxy users who want a more personal, creative and convenient mobile experience. But One UI 5.1 still has some notable new functionality, and one feature is that you can now change the folder where screenshots and screen recordings are saved.
If you are an Android user, you know that when you take a screenshot, it will automatically get stored in the default location in the DCIM folder. Until the One UI 5.0, no other option is available to change its default location in the Galaxy devices.
One UI 5.1: Choose where to save screenshots and screen recordings:
Thanks to One UI 5.1, you can finally change the location where your screenshots and screen recordings are saved. Most users appreciate the ability to customize the screenshot storage folder, and the new One UI 5.1 update makes it possible on Galaxy devices. If you want to know how to change the location, follow the below steps:
All you have to do is go to Settings » Advanced Features » Screen Recorder menu, then tap on Save Screenshot or Save Screen Recording. Here, you’ll then be able to select a folder on the internal storage. Plus, you can even create new folders using the ‘+’ button at the top of the screen.
One UI 5.1: More Features And Changes:
The ability to save screenshots and screen recordings to a folder of your choice is one of many new features in One UI 5.1. There are a few more things to improve your user experience, including the new dynamic weather widget, battery status widget, Integrated Specialist RAW, Powerful Photo Remaster, Tap on a face to find the person in the gallery, Shared family album in the gallery, Spotify recommendation in Smart, Suggestion widget, and more. Read more – Everything about One UI 5.1 Features