Welcome to the second part or our AT&T Galaxy Note 3 Problems and Solutions series. This past couple of weeks, we’ve received a lot of emails from Note 3 owners and majority of them were from subscribers of the major wireless companies in the U.S. This post is apparently focused on Note 3 owners under AT&T but it doesn’t mean the procedures cited here couldn’t be used to other models. So, if you own a GN3 and you’re currently experiencing one of the problems I included here, try the solution; it may just...

Remember the verykool S505 “Spark” Android Smartphone we featured in one of our posts a couple of month ago? InfoSonics Corporation, a San Diego based company, has just released this model in the market and I got a unit which I was able to take for a spin. This device is sold unlocked for $199 and can be purchased at the company’s online store. My first impression of this device is that it is slim, light, and has a pretty solid construction. For those unfamiliar with this model it has a 5-inch display with a 720 x 1280 pixel resolution...

The Sony Xperia Z2 brought a couple of upgrades over the Xperia Z1, and one of the most welcome ones are the stereo speakers on the front of the device. Xperia Z1 owners, while still owning a fairly capable device, have to make do with sound from a single small loudspeaker that produces rather muffled sound thanks to the phone’s waterproofing, but thanks to a new mod, Xperia Z1 users can now enable a second source of sound on their device.  ...

Welcome to the 28th part in out series of troubleshooting articled dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. We have already tackled hundreds of questions sent to us by our readers regarding this model and it looks like we could be getting hundreds more as most of the content of our inbox today deals with this device. This isn’t an indication that it has lots of problems as the questions our readers ask us are mostly easy to fix. If you are facing issues with your Galaxy S4 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us...

Sprint has just announced the arrival of its 4G LTE signals in 17 new cities across the U.S. This brings the tally to nearly 500, with more markets expected to be added in the coming months. Sprint and T-Mobile were among the last to begin 4G LTE services, so it’s understandable that they’re still catching up to Verizon and AT&T’s numbers. Below are the 17 new markets to get Sprint’s 4G LTE signals for the first time: Auburn, N.Y. Bethesda, Md. Bloomsburg/Berwick, Pa. Burlington, N.C. Danville, Ill. Dubuque,...

Verizon’s variant of the LG G Pad 8.3 has started receiving the Android 4.4.2 update, long after the unlocked variants started getting the update. It fixes some of the plaguing issues pertaining to server connectivity as well as media playback through the speakers. This is in addition to the customary Android 4.4.2 related changes such as new notification bar icons, support for cloud printing and the ability to create multiple user accounts. The change will be quite noticeable as the users will be switching from Android 4.2.2....

The Huawei Ascend Mate 2 phablet was made available in the U.S. not too long ago. And now, AnTuTu has already revealed the successor in its benchmark listing, suggesting yet another massive device with a decent hardware inside. Expectedly, the manufacturer has gone with its home grown octa core Kirin 920 chipset packing a Mali-T624 GPU, so it’s not all that bad as far as hardware is concerned. The display size is mentioned to be 6.1 inches with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is in line with the current crop of flagships....

Makers of popular fitness app Runtastic have just launched their own fitness tracker/wearable called Orbit. The device will be launched in U.S. with a price of $120, with shipping to commence on the 11th of August. At the moment, the Orbit wearable isn’t compatible with cycling apps from Runtastic, but support is believed to be on its way soon. The tracker can be worn on the wrist or attached to a belt buckle just as easily, so it’s pretty versatile in that regard. Of course, the Orbit is water resistant and is meant to...