In 2016, Samsung released the Good Lock customization package. It enables Galaxy users to personalize their phones, including the home and lock screens, the layout of recent apps, the clock face, Quick Settings, and much more.
The app was initially limited to a dozen nations, but Samsung is now expanding the feature to up to 20 more countries.
It was initially only available in Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Korea, New Zealand, Singapore, the UAE, the United Kingdom, and the United States. However, it will now be available in the following countries.
Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, and Thailand are among the countries represented.
We feel the list is incomplete since Samsung has yet to make a press release explaining the scope of its Good Lock app rollout.
This implies that Pakistan may soon receive Samsung’s customization options, although this remains to be seen as there has been no official announcement from Samsung.
Even if it does not appear in Pakistan during the current deployment phase, it is evident that Samsung is gradually making the app available to new nations, implying that Pakistan will get it eventually.
What exactly is a Good Lock?
As previously said, Good Lock is a Samsung-specific programme that allows you to heavily alter the UI of your phone. Consider it a “pro max” launcher, but just for Samsung phones. On other Android phones, this type of customization normally necessitates root access.
At the time of writing, Good Lock was not accessible in Pakistan, but we are keeping our hopes crossed.
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