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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...

This week we received a lot of emails from Samsung Galaxy S2 owners asking for help on how fix issues with their phones. While we’ve already addressed a lot of problems, we still have to answer hundreds of emails from our readers. So, you will be seeing posts like this every week as we will continue publishing support articles as long as our readers need our help. For those who already emailed us, skim through this post to see if I included your concerns. If not, please bear with us as we are support a lot of devices. Don’t...

We continue to bring you the answers to your questions, dear readers. Welcome to the seventh part of our Samsung Galaxy S5 troubleshooting guide. If you concerns regarding your S5, don’t hesitate to shoot us an email at [email protected]¬†and we will do our best to get back to you as soon as we can. You can also engage us at our social networking sites by visiting our Facebook and Google+¬†pages. —————– S5 screen goes all black Problem: Hello. So I have an international version of the new...

Welcome to the 13th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the HTC One M8. It has been a week since the last installment was published and ever since then we have been receiving several emails from our readers concerning this particular model. In this latest part, we will tackle some of these latest concerns sent our way. If you sent us an email in the past few days regarding the issues you are facing with your device then there’s a chance that we have provided the answer below. If you own an M8 or any other...

Hey guys, welcome to the 49th part of our troubleshooter series for the Samsung Galaxy S4. I addressed 12 problems in this post so try to read the list of the problems below to find out if your issues are among the ones I cited here. If not, visit our Galaxy S4 Troubleshooting page as we’ve indexed all issues we’ve addressed before. For those who are planning on contacting us, please provide as much details as possible and include your observation. We can easily assess your problem and provide you a solution if you include...

Welcome to the 42nd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. We have been receiving a lot of emails from our readers which deals with problems and concerns that they are facing with this particular model. In this latest installment, we will tackle some of the emails sent our way since the last part was released. If you sent us an email lately about this device then chances are we are featuring it below. If you own a Galaxy Note 3 or any other Android device for that matter then feel free to...

While this post is apparently intended to Galaxy S3 owners and Straight Talk subscribers, the troubleshooting procedures and solutions I cited here can be used in other S3 variants. Many of our readers emailed us and specified the model of their phone and their service provider, so we find it necessary to publish posts like this. For S3 owners whose concerns cannot be found in this page, I suggest you visit our Galaxy S3 Troubleshooting page as we made an index of all problems we addressed in the past. Try the solutions we already provided...

Hey guys, welcome to the second part of our troubleshooter series for Verizon Galaxy Note 3. I addressed a few problems in this post and answered questions and errors. Feel free to skim through the page to find out if I’ve included your concern. This post is apparently intended for Verizon subscribers but it doesn’t mean that the troubleshooting procedures or solutions I cited here won’t work with other models of Note 3. So, even if you’re not under VZW’s network as long as you have a Note 3, you can try...