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Welcome to the 30th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S2. In this latest installment, we will tackle most of the emails sent to us by our readers regarding this model since part 29 was released a week ago. As we all know, this is already an old model however since we still receive a considerable amount of email surrounding this device we continue to feature it. Most of the latest issues send to us by our readers are minor in nature while some require various troubleshooting steps to be performed. If...

Hey guys, this is the 50th part of our Samsung Galaxy S4 troubleshooter series and we still have thousands of emails to answer. For those who emailed us, try browsing this post to see if I included your concerns here. If not, I suggest you visit our Galaxy S4 Troubleshooting page as we made an index of all problems we addressed in the past. If you can find issues related to yours, try to follow the troubleshooting procedures or fixes we provided. If they don’t work for you, then shoot us an email at [email protected] or you...

The eight installment of our S5 troubleshooting guide is here. If you have concerns regarding your Samsung Galaxy 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 does not power on Problem: I stumbled upon your site as I was looking for a way to fix this problem. So I just got home today from a vacation and...

Welcome to the 43rd part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3. It has been nearly a week since we published the last part and since then we have been receiving quite a number of emails from our readers regarding this particular model. As much as we would like to tackle all of the emails that we get, we can only feature most of them here in this latest installment. Some of the issues that we will be discussing in this post can be resolved easily while others need several troubleshooting steps...

Hi guys! It’s time for yet another episode of our Samsung Galaxy S3 troubleshooter series. It’s the 48th part and I addressed ten problems in this post. These issues aren’t so common but there’s still a chance you may experience them. Those who emailed us, find out if your issue is included in the short list below. If not, please bear with...

Welcome to the 36th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. It has been more than a week since we published the last part and since then we have been receiving quite a number of emails from our readers concerning this particular model. We will be featuring the latest emails we received in this latest installment of the series. Some of th concerns faced by our readers are minor in nature and can even be resolved by a simple reboot of the phone while other concerns require a more detailed troubleshooting...

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...