The T-Mobile iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge has started receiving the Android 5.0.2 update as of today. This means that T-Mobile has finally finished the rollout of the update for both the 2014 Note flagships with the Galaxy Note 4 already getting the update, much after Samsung made the update available for its unlocked models. The update changes the build number to N915TUVU1COD7, so make a note of that if you own the Galaxy Note Edge from T-Mobile. The carrier mentions that the update is at least 1.1GB in size, so ensure...

We’ve been hearing about the Galaxy Tab S2 for quite a while now. A report tells us that the device will break cover next month, sporting a slim design as rumored. It is being said that there will be 9.7 and 8 inch variants of this tablet, both with a thickness of just 5.4 mm, which is quite amazing for a tablet. The resolution should be Quad HD, much like the previous iteration, although there is word that it might be dropped to 2048 x 1536. It is being said that Samsung will use a new 64-bit Exynos chipset with Android 5.0.2 running...

Google Play Music lets you access your music content all across the cloud, be it on your phone or the computer. This versatility however comes at a price, which in the case of Play Music is $9.99 per month. This can be a lot for some users who aren’t quite willing to make that jump yet. And to convince those users about its true potential, Google has now decided to offer 2 months or 60 days of free trial for new Play Music customers. Google previously offered only 30 days of free trial for new customers. This is an excellent deal...

With Samsung teaming up with Marvel for extensive promotion of its products, a new report tells us that the company is willing to take this further by launching ‘Iron Man versions’ of the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge next month. There have been multiple fan made renderings of the Galaxy S6 with Marvel specific design tweaks, but Samsung hadn’t confirmed any of them. But with word going out on the Iron Man Edition Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge now, it should be interesting to see what Samsung comes up with. Considering...

With HTC launching a myriad of high handsets over the past few weeks, one would imagine that the company would be done with its quota for the foreseeable future. But that’s clearly not the case if a new leak is anything to go by. A certification database has revealed the existence of the HTC One M9e, which is essentially a plastic variant of the One M9+. It is possible that the smartphone will have a new CPU on board as well. The device has been spotted on the Chinese certification site, indicating that it might be an exclusive...

Shortly after the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge was released, we started receiving emails from our readers reporting various issues with their phones. After a week, we already have hundreds of S6-related emails in our inbox, so we started our research, talked with some of our readers who had more serious problems. Last week, I published the first part of this series where I addressed 11 most common issues reported by our readers. If you have problems with your S6, I suggest you visit the first part and browse through this page to see if your...

Welcome to the 74th part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S4. Once the flagship model of the South Korean giant, this phone is still popular today despite being released two years ago. What’s even good about this phone is that the official Lollipop update is already available for this device. This means that owners will get a chance to experience the latest Android features. Not everyone who updated to Lollipop are happy about it though as issues that didn’t exist before have surfaced. In this...

Here’s another post for our Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge troubleshooter series. If you have other concerns regarding your Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, 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. We will appreciate it very much if you can provide as many details as possible. If you are getting error messages on the screen, or have observed unusual phone behaviors,  kindly include them in your email. The more information you can provide, the easier for...