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We receive hundreds of emails each day from Samsung Galaxy S4 owners and the most common problem is that the phone won’t turn on. There’s no easy way to determine what the cause really is nor is there an ultimate solution to fix it immediately. That is why for this specific issue, we provide troubleshooting guides depending on a situation or the user’s description of the problem. If the phone refuses to turn back on, it is most likely an accessory or hardware issue. That’s why we always begin our troubleshooting...

Welcome to the first post of our planned tutorial series for Samsung Galaxy S5. We intend to give you as much relevant information, tips, tricks, solutions, and interesting tweaks as possible in this guide. We will be adding more tutorials in the coming posts so stay tuned. This post covers the following topics for a Galaxy S5: How to Safe Mode How to Install Xposed Framework How to do reset to factory settings How to wipe dalvik-cache How to perform recovery mode How to enter Safe Mode in Samsung Galaxy S5 You may have heard of Safe...

This post will guide you on how to troubleshoot and fix a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 that won’t turn on. The steps I cited here are based on the actual troubleshooting procedures that we technicians do before opening up a phone. We always exhaust all possible solutions that is why this is going to be a lengthy guide with seven practical steps. Before writing this post, I communicated with some of our readers who experienced this kind of problem. Out of 6 users, 3 said soft reset fixed their problem, 1 reported that charging the phone...

One of the easiest ways to customize an Android smartphone is by installing a custom launcher on it. This allows a user to tweak several aspects of the interface such as the icons, menu and screen transitions, and shortcuts among others. One of the popular launcher choices available at the Google Play store is Nova Launcher and it has now been updated to version 3.0 beta 1. The new version of the launcher brings a lot of features and enhancements that will definitely make your device look fresh. Here’s a list of some of the key features...

One of the best open source media players for Android, Linux, iOS, Windows, and OSX has just been improved with the release of a new version. The stable version XBMC 13 “Gotham”, which has been in development for several months, is now available free to download. The new software now supports hardware-accelerated video decoding in Android and an improved touchscreen experience among other things. Here’s a list of the new features in XBMC 13. Android Hardware Decoding One of the most heavily requested features by users has now arrived...

“How do I print directly from my Samsung Galaxy S3?” This was a question sent to us through Mailbag. To do this, simply follow the step-by-step instructions shown below: 1. Download and Install a Printer App Download and install any printing app compatible with your device from Google Play. One example of an app that you can use is PrintHand. It is free to download, but its free version will only let you use its demo features. To be able to enjoy its full features, you must upgrade it to premium version. 2. Connect Your...

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Is there a way to play Android Games in PC? If you are a hardcore Android gamer and you want to bring your gaming-experience to the next level right into your PC, there are a couple of ways to do this. Have an Android-Based PC The first way to be able to play Android games in PC is by installing the operating system itself into your computer. There are also Windows computers nowadays that have double OS, which will let you switch from the standard Windows OS to Android OS. Install a Software The second method to play Android games in...

WiFi calling is a feature touted by some carriers to be a big cost-saver. Going beyond the traditional carrier model, some prepaid MVNO providers are even offering pure WiFi-based calling and texting, only falling back to cellular while outside of WiFi coverage. The idea here is that users are mostly blanketed by WiFi routers and hotspots almost anywhere, anyway. While at home, or while at work, there is likely to be a fast and reliable WiFi access point, which is likely to be faster (or at least with lower latency) than cellular connections. This...