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Welcome to the third part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Sony Xperia Z1. As you may have noticed it has been quite some time since the last part was published. This is due to the fact that we have been concentrating mostly on Samsung devices as this is the bulk of the emails that we receive. Today is different as we will be answering the latest emails sent to us by our readers regarding their Z1. If you own an Xperia Z1 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to email us at [email protected]...

This is the 37th part of our Samsung Galaxy S3 Problems series. Needless to say we’ve already addressed and answered hundreds of problems and questions from our readers. So, if you have an issue with your phone, I strongly suggest you go through the previous parts as there is a great chance we’ve already addressed your problem. But don’t worry for as long as we receive emails, we will never stop publishing posts like this. Thus, if you have problems with your Galaxy S3, feel free to contact us through our email [email protected]...

Welcome to the 20th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S2. As of now we have already answered more than a hundred questions sent to us by our readers who own this model. Despite being an old model a lot of people are still using this device, proof of which is the volume of emails we receive for the S2 alone. In this part, we will be tackle the latest emails sent to us. If you own a Galaxy S2 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email at [email protected]...

Welcome to the 25th part of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Problems series. I answered ten problems / questions in this post and I hope my answers will be helpful not only to our readers who emailed us but to other owners out there who may have the same issues. We are serious in helping you fix problems with your phone and while I encourage you to browse through existing posts, you are free to email us at [email protected] I am one of the people who’ll read them and conduct research for potential solutions. We also have Facebook...

Hello guys. This is the 30th part of our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 series and I have answered a bunch of questions / problems in this post. Please browse through this page if you have an issue with your phone because many of the things I mentioned here will fix other problems as well. Don’t worry, we still have hundreds of emails to be answered so we will continue posting articles like this. We are serious in helping you fix problems with your phone and while I encourage you to browse through existing posts, you are free to email us...

Welcome to the 36th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Our readers who are following this particular series know that we have already answered hundreds of questions sent to us concerning this particular model. In this part we will be dealing with some of the latest emails we have received regarding this device. If you own a Galaxy S4 or any other Android device for that matter and are experiencing some issues with it then you can send us an email at [email protected] We will be more...

Welcome to the 36th part in our series of troubleshooting articled dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S3. We’ve already covered several issues regarding this device in our previous posts sent to us by our readers. In this post we will be dealing with some of the latest emails that we have received. If you have been following this series you will notice that some of the issues we are covering today are somewhat similar to what we have covered in the past. The reason for this is we aim to provide a more personalized approach to our readers...

Hello guys! Welcome once again to our Samsung Galaxy S2 Problems series. This is the 19th part, apparently, and I have addressed more than ten problems in this post. So enjoy browsing it and see if your questions were answered. If not, try to go through our previous publications as we’ve already addressed hundreds of issues for this phone alone. As usual, feel free to email us at [email protected] if you think your problems weren’t addressed yet. While we read every email we receive, we cannot actually guarantee that...