The Samsung Galaxy phones have become the pinnacle of the Android experience. Gone are the days when Samsung software was lagging, unoptimized, and a bloated mess. The modern-day Samsung software is also known as One UI, is one of the best renditions of Android, and has a ton of features. You can even enable a secret gallery in these Samsung Galaxy devices, and the process for that is straightforward.
Enable Secret Gallery in Your Samsung Galaxy Phones and Gain Access to Advanced Features
The best part here is that you do not have to root your phone as you can do this with just a few taps. The secret gallery menu is a feature of Galaxy Labs and is filled with experimental features that you can use. I have tested this on my Galaxy S21 Ultra and Galaxy S20 Plus, and it works fine.
At this point, it is safe to say that the same tutorial can work for a majority of Samsung phones.
- Open the Gallery on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
- Once you are there, tap on the hamburger menu at the button right and go to Settings.
- Once in the Settings, scroll down and find About Gallery; once you are there, tap version 7 to at times, and you'll see a toast message saying "Galaxy labs is enabled" or something similar.
- Go back, and you will see the Galaxy Labs menu at the bottom; you simply tap that, and you will be brought into a new menu where you will have access to a lot of experimental features like these.
You can customize these features by toggling them on or half based on your requirements. Just be sure that you are fully aware that these are, in fact, experimental features, and some might not work properly. I noticed some handy features that you could use to make your gallery a lot better.
If you have any issues enabling this feature, let us know, and we will help you out.