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Welcome to the 23rd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dealing with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. If you have been following this series you may already know that we have already answered hundreds of emails from our readers regarding their device. Since we are still receiving emails concerning this particular model we have extended this series to accommodate the questions of our readers. If you are having an issue with your Note 3 then you may want to check out the previous parts in this series to check if we have already tackled...

Welcome to the 18th part in our series of troubleshooting articles that deals with the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. You may already be aware that we have already answered more than a hundred emails from our readers who have concerns with their device. Since we are still receiving emails regarding this particular model we have extended this series to accommodate some of the questions our readers have sent us. You can check the previous posts regarding this model here [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3] [Part 4] [Part 5] [Part 6] [Part 7][Part 8] [Part...

This post is apparently intended for Samsung Galaxy S4 owners who are currently using services offered by Straight Talk in the U.S. but I just want everyone to know that the procedures I cited here could work in any S4 devices. I just felt the need to answer questions sent to us by several Straight Talk customers, hence, this post. Based on the number of emails we received, I may continue supporting any Android device. So, if you have concerns, questions and problems with your phone, do not hesitate to email us at [email protected]..

Welcome to the 29th part in our series of troubleshooting articled dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S3. By now you may already know that we have answered hundreds of emails from our readers who own this device looking for answers to the issues they are facing with it. Since we are still receiving lots of emails everyday concerning this device expect to see more parts coming in this series. If you are having issues with your Galaxy S3 or any other Android device for that matter feel free to send us an email regarding your concern at [email protected]...

Welcome to the 2nd part of our Sprint Galaxy S4 Problems series. While we already published a lot of posts addressing problems of our readers that were sent to us through email, we find it necessary to publish posts that specifically support a device carried by Sprint considering we received a lot of emails from their subscribers. The problems addressed in this post, however, are minor and can be fixed by simple procedures that can be done without voiding the warranty. Problems that were apparently caused by faulty hardware need hands-on...

The is the first part of our T-Mobile Galaxy Note 3 Problems series and I’m sure more posts like this would follow considering the number of emails we received from Tmo Note 3 owners. The problems addressed in this post are so common that you may encounter them sooner or later. But may I remind you that what we can provide are troubleshooting procedures to problems you may be experiencing. There is no guarantee that they will be fixed especially the hardware issues. For those who have problems with their phones, feel free to email...

Welcome to the 21st part in out series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It has been a week since we released the previous part and ever since then we have been receiving lots of emails not just for this model but other Android devices as well. In this part, we will be dealing with unique issues that some of our readers are facing. Examples of issues are display not working when fingers are used, or the “Ok Google” setting interfering with the voice feature of the camera. If you own the Galaxy Note...

While we’ve already published more than 20 parts of our Samsung Galaxy S4 Problems series, we would like to provide support to our readers who cannot get support from their respective carriers or service providers. Hundreds of our readers from the U.S. are subscribers of the four biggest wireless companies, however, they prefer to contact us to ask questions. We’re cool with that. In fact, we’re open to everybody regardless of the brand of the phone or service provider. For those who have problems with their phones,...