Samsung launched three new mid-range smartphones in March, including Galaxy A52, A52 5G and A72.
These devices are available out of the box and all have One UI 3.1 based on Android 11, which is the latest software system to date.
However, today we are discussing the Galaxy A52, where the default autofill service of Samsung One UI 3.1 is Samsung Pass.
If you have provided your data to Google Autofill or any other password manager, it is best to switch immediately after setting it up.
Steps to change the autofill service:
To do this, just go to Settings>>General Management>>Language and enter>>Autofill Service.
Here, you can choose from Google’s or Samsung’s autofill services, and then determine which service you want to use in the Galaxy A52.