Welcome to the second part in our series of troubleshooting articles concerning the HTC One M8. Ever since we published the first part we have been receiving lots of emails from our readers asking for help on the issues they are facing with their device. What we do is try to picture out the scope of the problem based on the details our readers provide and then come up with a solution that would hopefully make the device work normally. For any concerns regarding your M8 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an...

Among the more popular keyboards available on Android, Fleksy, has just issued an update to its beta channel, bringing support for 15 new languages. The developers behind this nifty keyboard have been working in double time to improve what is already a quite impressive third party keyboard. The Fleksy team was recently in the news for launching a dedicated keyboard for the Samsung Gear 2 smartwatch. The new languages added by Fleksy include Norwegian, Catalan, Hebrew, Croatian and Romanian with some region specific languages such as Brazilian...

Samsung’s enterprise solution called KNOX was quite heavily endorsed last year and even received approval from the U.S. government for use by its officials. Samsung was also revealed to be contributing the work done with KNOX to Google which would mean that future iterations of Android will have a KNOX like solution by default. This seems like enough reason for Samsung to ditch it as having two services of the same nature would make it rather redundant. The report which generates from Forbes goes onto suggest that Samsung’s...

Although many feel the Nexus 5 is nearing its refresh cycle, it is clearly one of the best stock Android smartphones you can buy right now. And this new deal over at eBay has made it even better as the 16GB model of the smartphone is going for just $329.99. Unfortunately, this is one of those Daily Deals promos, so it will only last until the end of the day (or until stocks last). As we’ve seen with deals on Nexus devices, this isn’t much of a saving on the Play Store pricing. But the fact that the seller is offering free...

OnePlus has just teased the arrival of the long awaited wooden back panels for the OnePlus One starting July 22. The teaser posted on the company’s Twitter page says – “Knock On Wood” followed by the July 22 launch date, stating the obvious. Bear in mind, the manufacturer won’t actually sell wooden based OnePlus One units and this will merely be a replaceable back covers for the smartphone as originally promised during launch. So it’s not exactly like the wooden Moto X, which comes with wood based back...

The Sony Xperia M2 was launched in February this year during the MWC event. And it seems like the Japanese manufacturer is looking to launch a water resistant variant of the smartphone soon with the FCC revealing the existence of the Xperia M2 Aqua. Smartphones with the model number PM-0770 and PM-0771 have been spotted which are apparently variants of the Xperia M2 Aqua. Hardware wise, the Xperia M2 Aqua should be quite similar to the Xperia M2 including the 4.8 inch display and the quad core Snapdragon 400 chipset, so don’t...

The Moto X is almost a year old, which essentially means that deals for the handset are going to increase in frequency as we inch closer towards the successor. And today, we’re coming across a new deal courtesy of the folks at Net10 Wireless where the Motorola flagship is going for just $299.99, which is a $100 discount on the standard asking price. Users can also get a 50% discount on cases for the smartphone. Even the wooden variants of the Moto X are applicable under this deal but users will have to shell out an additional $25...

Just two weeks after the unofficial Android L keyboard was published on the Play Store, Google has now deleted it from the listing. The app reportedly violates section 4.4 of the Developer Distribution Agreement. To expand it for you, this norm restricts developers from using an app which is a look-alike. It’s quite obvious that the developer was in the wrong here considering that the keyboard was taken directly from Android L. Fortunately, the apk file containing the keyboard has already been distributed online so users can still...