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Samsung’s One UI 3.0 is the company’s next interface based on Android 11. The company has already started rolling out to various Galaxy devices which include Galaxy S20 series, Galaxy Note 20 series accompanied by Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ and more devices will get is soon.
The users who own a Galaxy device listed above are experiencing a weird bug. According to them, their device isn’t showing battery stats for 2021 when the clock stuck at 12 and we entered the new year.
In laymen’s, if you head over to Settings > Device care. They aren’t seeing battery stats for January 1, 2021, and later. And if they set the date back to December 31, 2020 or earlier, then everything works fine.
Fix – One UI 3.0 Isn’t showing battery stats for 2021 on Galaxy phone
As of writing this blog post, there’s no information about what causing the issue to appear on Galaxy devices. Fortunately, it is possible to fix the issue with simple solution.
If you’re affected with this bug, then here’s how you can fix it:
On your Galaxy device running OneUI 3.0, open Settings app and then go to Apps.
Tap on the Tiny (sort) icon available next to Your apps heading and select “Show system apps” and then tap OK.
Scroll down, until you see the “Samsung Device Health Manager Service” app and tap on it.
On this page, tap on Storage and then Tap on Clear cache button.
As simple as that! Why don’t you try this workaround and let us know if you this fixes the issue for you.
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