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Welcome to the 34th part in our series of troubleshooting articled dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. In this part we will be answering some of the latest emails sent to us by our readers concerning this particular model. If you are following this series you may notice that some of the issues have already been tackled in previous posts however since we provide an individualized experience for our readers we still tackle these issues. If you own a Galaxy S4 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected]..

Hello again Galaxy Note 3 owners! Welcome to the 28th part of one of our longest running support series. I addressed 13 questions/problems in this post so if you have issues with your phone, I suggest you try to browse through this page first before shooting us an email. Don’t worry as I made it easier for you to find what you’re looking for. Below are links to sections within this post. Just click on any of them and you’ll automatically be brought to that section or problem. We’ve already addressed hundreds of...

Welcome to the 23rd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. We have already answered hundreds of questions sent to us by our readers regarding this device and it seems like we will be answering hundreds more as more emails keep arriving. In this part we will tackle some of the latest questions we have received most of which can easily be resolved while others need some considerable troubleshooting steps to be done. If you own a Note 2 or any other Android device for that matter feel free...

This is the 33rd part of our Samsung Galaxy S3 Problems series. We’ve already addressed and answered hundreds of problems and questions sent to us by our readers. So, if you have issues with your Galaxy S3, I strongly suggest you dig a little deeper into our archive because more likely, we already provided solutions to your problems. We, however, understand it isn’t easy to find specific Galaxy S3 problems, so try using the search widget on the right. Just enter your problem together with the brand and model of your phone...

Welcome to the second part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the LG G2. We are only getting a couple of emails regarding this device so we seldom feature it.  Right now we have collected a couple of questions sent by our readers which we will be answering in this post. Most of the problems are minor in nature while others require some troubleshooting steps to be done. If you own an LG G2 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected] We will be more than happy...

This is the 27th part of our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Problems series and there are ten problems addressed in this post. Posts like this serves as our response to emails we’ve received. We want that our suggestions, solutions and recommendations will be accessible to all so that owners who may also have problems can just browse through our posts to find answers. We are still open to your questions so if you have some, feel free to send them at [email protected] This is a free service so you don’t have to worry about any...

Welcome to the 33rd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. This is one of our longest running series owing to the fact that most of the emails we receive are about this particular model. This is not an indication though that this is a problematic device instead it is a sign that it is quite popular in the market. Most of the questions sent to us are very minor in nature that a simple reboot of the device will actually do the trick. If you have any questions or are facing issues with your Galaxy...

Welcome to the 5th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the HTC One M8. Several of our readers have been asking us why most of our topics deal with Samsung devices. Well, it’s not that we love to cover mobile devices made by this South Korean company, it’s just that most the emails we receive are from people who own Samsung products. Today’s post will break away from our normal routine and will concentrate on HTC. If you own an HTC One M8 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to email us with...