Welcome to the 68th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. If you own this phone then you may have already updated its software to Android Lollipop. Most carriers have already pushed this update which brings in new features and improvements to the phone. While most of those who already got the update have been pleased with it there are others who are having issues with it. These issues which were not present on the KitKat software have popped up after the Lollipop update. In this latest...

Hello dear readers. Welcome to the second part of our Verizon Galaxy S5 Troubleshooting series. While we already have a lot of S5 support articles, we find it necessary to publish posts like this for our readers who explicitly mentioned they have Verizon-branded phones. But all troubleshooting procedures and solutions cited here may still work with any variant of S5 provided that the problems aren’t carrier-specific. We will continue publishing support articles like this so if you have problems with your phone, feel free to contact...

Welcome to another section of our Samsung Galaxy S4 tutorial series. This site strives to help Android users with their everyday issues with the devices so feel free to reach us via email or through our social network pages at the bottom of this page. Should you wish to have a handy reference for anything S4, let us know and we will do our best to come up with an easy tutorial for it. In the meantime, please find the following topics  covered in this Samsung Galaxy S4 tutorial: How to connect an Xbox360 controller to your Samsung...

Welcome to the sixth edition of our Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge Tutorials, Guides, FAQs, How Tos and Tips series. In this post we will cover more on the uses of Edge Phone application in placing and answering calls. Relevant operations such as the use of Wi-Fi calling feature, as well as phone call management guides will also be tackled in this content. On the other hand, if you have problems or issues with your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, we offer free support or consultation. You may send your questions or problems to [email protected]..

AT&T recently rolled out Android 5 Lollipop update for Samsung Galaxy S5 and while many have been excited about it, there were owners who were also disappointed due various problems they’ve encountered immediately after the installation. It wasn’t a surprise though, because S5 owners from different carriers already complained about the problems brought by the recent update. True enough, many of those reported issues plagued AT&T S5 owners. The following are just some of the emails we received from our readers. While I...

Cricket Wireless, the prepaid subsidiary of AT&T, is adding a new feature to customers on its $50 per month Smart and $60 per month Pro plans. Starting now, customers on those plans will be able to make unlimited calls and send unlimited messages to friends and family in Canada and Mexico at no additional cost. This feature was actually announced back in February of this year, but it’s nice to see it finally rolling out to customers. In a press release, Janna Ducich, chief marketing officer at Cricket Wireless, had this to...

After being on sale for almost two years, Google has finally discontinued the 2013 edition of the Nexus 7. You can no longer purchase the device from the Google Store, but stock will no doubt continue to be available for some time at third-party retailers. If you want a Nexus 7, act fast before they’re all gone. Source: Google Store via 9to5Google ...

A Nokia executive from China has confirmed the company’s intentions to launch Android handsets starting next year. There were rumors and speculative reports out there which talked about Nokia’s intentions to enter the smartphone market after its mobile wing was sold off to Microsoft last year. According to the acquisition agreement between the two companies, Nokia could not sell any smartphones under its brand name until 2016. And Nokia seems to be using this to its advantage and will start selling handsets after the necessary...