Samsung rolled out the Android Pie-based One UI update for lots of Galaxy devices. The One UI replaces the Samsung experience and Touchwiz as Samsung’s custom interface for Android. One UI is visually appealing and focuses on simplification, ease of use, users customization. With recent One UI update Samsung moves its clock to the left of the status bar. But with this simple trick, you can customize your clock option and Move Status Bar Clock to Right on Samsung Devices running One UI.
Samsung device running on One UI has hidden settings with that you can customize the date and clock and modify the status bar, Quick Settings, or recent apps. This hidden settings on Samsung One UI devices can be accessed with SystemUI Tuner App by XDA Recognized Developer Zacharee1.
With SystemUI Tuner app you can restore the status bar clock back to its original position on Samsung Devices on the top right corner of the device. Other then status bar clock customization, the app offers quick settings, immersive mode, and lock screen customizations. You can Download SystemUI Tuner app for Samsung devices from below.
How to Move Status Bar Clock to Right on Samsung Devices running One UI
To move the status bar clock to the right on Samsung One UI you only need SystemUI tuner app. The good thing about the app is it does not require Root access. Once you installed the app, you can go to the Miscellaneous under TouchWiz menu and set clock position there.
- Download and install SystemUI Tuner from the Google Play Store.
- Register for the beta and update to it once you have enrolled.
- Open the app and Open TouchWiz option.
- Open Miscellaneous dropdown menu
- Tap on Clock Position
- Set the Clock Position to Right.
The most recent Samsung One UI update changed the status bar clock position from the right of the screen to left. If you like the old position and want to revert back your clock position, follow above guide to Move Status Bar Clock to Right on Samsung Devices running One UI. Let me know if you have any queries regarding this post.
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