Welcome to the 28th part in this series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Samsung Galaxy S3. I must admit that I’m impressed by the popularity of this device based on the number of emails we are receiving on a daily basis. Despite being more than 2 years old a lot of people are still using this model. You must be thinking that since this series is in its 28th part this model has so many problems. This isn’t the case. The Galaxy S3 is a stable device and most of the issues our readers are experiencing can often be solved...

This is the first part of our Sprint HTC One M7 Problems and Solutions series and there could be more posts like this to follow. The problems I cited here were raised by our readers who emailed us. All of them are minor except for one that I, too, can’t explain–the Play Store 403 error. Please browse through this post if you are an HTC One M7 owner under Sprint and currently bugged with a problem or two. If you think your problems weren’t addressed in this post, feel free to email us at [email protected] so we...

Hello guys! Welcome to the 20th part of our Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Problems and Solutions series. In this post, I addressed just five problems but there are, at least, two emails I cited having the same issues. Basically, the problems I answered here are minor and we may have already addressed them in the previous parts. But I just want you to know that we continue doing this as courtesy to our readers who emailed us and are expecting our advices. After 20 parts, I’m sure we’ve already addressed 200 problems or emails but it’s...

The Moto X could now technically be considered a mid-tier device, but for last year’s flagship it’s still a great buy. And from today until July 23rd, Motorola is offering up to $125 off on an unlocked model, depending on the storage. If you use the coupon code MBXISMOT on Moto Maker, the 16 GB model will drop to $299, down $100 from $399. And if you buy a 32 or 64 GB model, you will save $125, with the prices being $324.99 and $374.99 respectively. This is a great price and it puts the Moto X’s price well below that...

A new revelation has found that the AT&T branded LG G3 uses wireless charging of a different standard altogether, making the conventional Qi based wireless chargers you have pretty obsolete. While the Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile models use the Qi based back covers, the AT&T model makes use of the PMA standard wireless charging which the carrier is pushing with many of its devices. The only supplier of PMA standard charging stations at the moment is Duracell, which also struck a deal with Starbucks not too long ago to bring these...

Google Maps is already a top-notch mapping and navigation app, and Google is making it even better with an update to version 8.2. The update brings changes that will be of use to cyclists and to basically anyone who uses navigation in Maps, and also makes numerous interface changes. ...

This post provides support for AT&T Galaxy S4 owners who emailed us. While we already published more than 20 parts of our S4 support series, we feel obliged to respond to our readers who spent time writing emails and describing their problems. Since we received thousands of emails already, you can expect to be reading a lot of posts like this in the future. For those who have problems with their phones, we are always open for you. Feel free to email us at [email protected] and provide as much information as possible for us to...

We’ve seen Android Wear smartwatches from LG, Samsung as well as Motorola so far. And today, we’re getting our first look at what could possibly be the HTC made Android Wear smartwatch. Renowned leakster Evleaks has received an artistic rendering of the alleged HTC smartwatch, complete with metal straps and everything, suggesting that another Moto 360 like offering could be in the making. The key difference however, is the shape which is more in line with the LG G Watch and the Samsung Gear Live and not circular like the...