Welcome to the 36th part in our series of troubleshooting articled dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S3. We’ve already covered several issues regarding this device in our previous posts sent to us by our readers. In this post we will be dealing with some of the latest emails that we have received. If you have been following this series you will notice that some of the issues we are covering today are somewhat similar to what we have covered in the past. The reason for this is we aim to provide a more personalized approach to our readers...

Hello guys! Welcome once again to our Samsung Galaxy S2 Problems series. This is the 19th part, apparently, and I have addressed more than ten problems in this post. So enjoy browsing it and see if your questions were answered. If not, try to go through our previous publications as we’ve already addressed hundreds of issues for this phone alone. As usual, feel free to email us at [email protected] if you think your problems weren’t addressed yet. While we read every email we receive, we cannot actually guarantee that...

HTC launched the Desire 610 handset along with the Desire 816 in February. Being a midrange handset, the smartphone has made quite an impact in global markets. And it seems like the smartphone will also be making its way through Verizon Wireless if an FCC listing is anything to go by. Since it’s still early days, there’s no word on how much the device will cost or when it will be available. Verizon will not be the only carrier to sell the handset though, as AT&T has been selling the Desire 610 for quite some time now. An...

Motorola launched the new Moto X earlier last week and specified the option to have an unlocked bootloader option available for the customers. Today, the manufacturer has rechristened this as the “Pure Edition” model of the smartphone, which will run a stock build of Android and will be devoid of any of the carrier bloatware. Obviously, the bootloader on the smartphone will be unlocked as well. This version of the smartphone will have no carrier branding either, which should mean that update rollouts should be quicker than...

While T-Mobile is expected to rollout the WiFi calling feature for its devices in the coming days, AT&T is yet to jump on the bandwagon officially. But the carrier has now specified that it intends to launch WiFi calling on its devices starting in 2015. The reason why the carrier waited this long is to make sure that the transition between WiFi and cellular networks are seamless, which is reportedly a problem at this point. With WiFi calling, customers can place voice calls using their WiFi home network without relying on the cellular...

Sprint has received a lot of flak for its Framily plans and the corresponding commercials that were supposed to market it. And the carrier’s new CEO Marcelo Claure has acknowledged that the company probably missed a trick with the plan while also agreeing that its commercials didn’t do a good job of advertising its true potential to the customers. This plan has now been replaced by a new Family Share Pack which offers double the amount of data cap offered by the previous plan. One caveat with this plan though is the fact...

HTC started sending out invites for a photography centered event on October 8. And while our first guess was the Nexus 9 tablet, a new revelation is telling us that it could be for a Bluetooth powered camera accessory which can be attached to smartphones as lenses. So basically, this is HTC’s version of the Sony QX smart lenses. However, it is said that this camera accessory will be water proof in nature, which makes it a competitor to the range of GoPro cameras. The lens will reportedly have a 16-megapixel sensor with a wide...

The LG G Flex from last year struck a breakthrough for the company in display technology. And while it didn’t receive the success or acclaim that the manufacturer expected, it certainly was a remarkable device. And today we’re hearing about a successor of the smartphone, which is reportedly going to be smaller in size. The original G Flex was quite enormous with its 6 inch display, so it’s only fair that the company has decided to shrink the size. However, the design should be relatively unchanged as that’s...