Good day folks! welcome to another part of our S5 troubleshooter series. If you have concerns regarding your Samsung Galaxy S5, don’t hesitate to shoot us an email at [email protected] and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as we can. You can also engage us at our social networking sites by visiting our Facebook and Google+ pages. ——————– Samsung Galaxy S5 microphone not working properly Problem: I just bought a new Galaxy S5 and I discovered a problem I am not sure is fixable. The problem is when...

  Hello dear readers! We give you part five of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 troubleshooting hub. We hope you’ll find solutions to issues you have encountered with your respective device. Feel free to browse through the thread! As usual, you can send your concerns via [email protected] We may not be able to respond to every email we receive but rest assured we will read every single one of them so your effort won’t be wasted. And for those who prefer to reach us via social networks, feel free to post your problems...

Hello guys! Welcome to the first part of our T-Mobile Galaxy S5 problems troubleshooting series. We’ve already received hundreds of emails from S5 users and the problems I cited in this post are just some of the many issues that we are going to address in the future. We found it necessary to publish carrier-specific support articles because we have readers who explicitly mentioned their providers. This is our way of providing more personalized support. T-Mobile, of course, is a big company with better tech support department and...

While a few other countries have gotten Lollipop on the LG G3, the update still hasn’t come to the US yet. But thanks to a tweet from LG, it looks like the update is almost here. Introducing Lollipop: a sweet treat for your #LGG3. pic.twitter.com/yg0qPqgzjM — LG USA Mobile (@LGUSAMobile) January 23, 2015 Even though the update is probably close, it will still have to go through the carriers’ approval before it will be pushed out to the users. But for LG G3 owners in the US, does this sound like good news to you? Source:...

A new report from the WSJ states that Qualcomm is readying an updated version of the Snapdragon 810 chipset for the Samsung Galaxy S6. It is believed that Qualcomm is taking the overheating concerns seriously and will make the changes to its SoC accordingly. However, failing to launch the chip by March, Samsung could go ahead with the Exynos 6 chip as initially planned. LG, which is using the Snapdragon 810 chip on the G Flex 2 has claimed that the Snapdragon 810 has no overheating issues on board. Samsung and Qualcomm have refused...

According to a reliable source of HTC leaks on Twitter, the upcoming One M9 smartphone will be available in an exclusive developer edition variant, but only for the American markets. We’re not sure how different this will be from the previous iterations since developer edition HTC One flagships have only been available in the U.S. The upside of getting a developer edition HTC smartphone is that it comes with an unlocked bootloader, thus allowing customers to flash custom ROMs at will. It is also offered SIM free, so customers...

Sprint now has a nice little promotion for customers switching over from T-Mobile with a promise of getting back at least $550 in early termination fees and other expenses. The $200 out of this is for the trading in the new device, while the remaining $350 will be used to pay off the smartphone that you got on T-Mobile. Since early termination fees only apply to contract devices, you can only use this amount to pay off the remaining full retail price of the device on T-Mobile. Sprint has offered something similar in the past by promising...

We are going to publish more articles that will help bring out the best in every Android phone. This is just the beginning of our Samsung Galaxy S4 Tips & Tricks series and I can assure you there will be more posts like this in the following weeks and months. But aside from this, we already have a running troubleshooting series that helps our readers fix problems with their phones. You may stick around for more future updates or you can visit our Galaxy S4 Troubleshooting page for the index of all problems we addressed. I am sure...