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Welcome to the 43rd part of our Samsung Galaxy S4 Problems series. In this post I’ve addressed 4 problems, answered 4 questions and tackled 3 errors. I suggest you take time reading or skimming through this page to find out if your concern has already been addressed here. If you cannot find your issues in this page, I strongly suggest you browser our Samsung Galaxy S4 Troubleshooting page as we created an index of all issues we addressed since we started publishing these kinds of articles. A short reminder to our readers who plan...

Welcome to the 31st part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. While most people are excited on getting the latest Note 4 there are still others who are sticking to their reliable Note 2. This phone, which was released way back in 2012, is still quite popular as can be seen by the amount of emails we receive concerning this model. This is the reason why we are still supporting this model and providing troubleshooting tips to our readers who are experiencing issues with their unit. If you own...

Welcome to the 42nd part of our longest running series. I addressed ten Samsung Galaxy S3 problems in this post and majority of them are common issues with the phone. So, if you have concerns with your unit, take a little time skimming through this page because may be one of the problems I addressed is related to yours. We’ve already addressed almost 500 problems with this device so it is most likely your concerns have already been addressed in our previous post. We created an index of problems, troubleshooting guides, tips and...

Welcome to the 35th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. As you may have already known we feature several of the popular Android devices out in the market and provide technical support to those who need it. We have already answered more than a hundred questions sent to us regarding this particular model and it looks like we would be answering a hundred more. If you own a Galaxy Note 3 or nay other Android device for that matter then feel free to send us an email at [email protected]...

Hello guys, welcome to the 25th part of our Samsung Galaxy S2 Problems series. There are 11 problems I addressed in this post that most of them we probably addressed in our previous publications. We continue doing this as there are still a lot of users who emailed us about their concerns and this is our way of responding to those emails. We want to provide a more personalized approach in providing help to our readers but we urge you to also browse existing solutions. We created an index of all problems, troubleshooting guides, how tos...

Welcome to the 42nd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. As you may have already known this is a venue where our readers can ask us for technical support on the issues they are facing with their Android devices. In this latest installment we will tackle some of the latest emails that we have received. If you own a Galaxy S4 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy to assist you with any concerns that you...

Welcome to the 30th installment in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It has been nearly 2 weeks since we released the previous part in this series and ever since then we have been receiving lots of emails from our readers concerning this particular model. We have gone through these emails and will be answering most of them in today‚Äôs post. If you own a Galaxy Note 2 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy...

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is among premium phones that have received really good feedbacks from tech critics and bloggers. However, it’s not perfect. Problems and errors happen every time and that’s the reason why we are now in the 34th part of our Note 3 Problems series. The problems I addressed in this post may not be different from ones we’ve already...