Circle to Search is not working for some Galaxy S24 Ultra users

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When Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S24 series of phones, the company introduced the world to Circle to Search. This is a Google-powered AI feature that allows you to simply perform a Google Lens search by circling an object on your screen. Well, it appears that Circle to Search might be broken on some Galaxy S24 Ultra models.

Circle the search was one of the headlining AI features that Samsung unveiled with the Galaxy S24 phones. Samsung calls this suite of AI features Galaxy AI. While Samsung introduced it with its phones, Google developed it. In fact, Google is going to roll out Circle to Search for more devices. However, this process is going to be rather slow, as Samsung announced that Circle to Search won’t make it to other devices until sometime in October 2024. That is still about seven months away, so people waiting for this feature will be very disappointed. If you want to use Circle to Search now, you can get a Galaxy S24 phone, Pixel 8, or Pixel 7.

Circle to Search seems to be broken for some Galaxy S24 Ultra users

Right now, we’re all wondering why the Galaxy S24 Ultra is experiencing this issue. Multiple people have reported this problem so far. When trying to perform the search, these users will get a message saying “It looks like there aren’t many great matches for your search.” After that, it would just drop the search.

We’re not certain why this issue is occurring, but, as noted by Sam Mobile, a user may have found the culprit. One user downgraded to an earlier version of the Google app, and that seems to have fixed the issue. So, it appears that the Google app’s latest update could possibly be the cause. However, we will have to wait for some sort of comment from Samsung or Google to confirm this.

In the meantime, if you are having an issue with the Circle to Search feature, then you may want to try that method.

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