In a new video released from T-Mobile CEO John Legere, T-Mobile is announcing a new program they are calling “Smartphone Equality.” This new program will enable customers, regardless of their credit score, to purchase new devices at the best deals offered. In order to qualify for this plan, which starts January 25th, T-Mobile states that customers must have paid at least the last 12 months of their bills on time. This qualifies to customers both on postpaid and pre-paid plans. When announcing this plan, T-Mobile CEO John...

So you have a 2014 Moto X that you bought from Wind Mobile and an Android 5.0 update notification has just popped up. Well, your first instinct would be to instantly press that download button and get your hands on all the Material Design elements that you’ve seen or heard of. However, multiple reports are now mentioning that the smartphone suffers from a boot-looping issue after downloading the update. Boot-looping essentially means that the device gets stuck in the boot up screen and doesn’t go any further. The extent or...

The HTC One M8 GPE was the only lasting Google Play Edition smartphone available on Google’s online store. And as of today, the smartphone has been officially taken from the Play Store, which officially (or unofficially) marks the end of the Google Play Edition lineup. This was a gradual process with the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Sony Z Ultra and the LG G Pad 8.3 being removed from the Play Store and now it seems like the HTC One M8 is getting the boot as well. In cases like these, it’s awfully hard to get confirmation...

The LG G3 was one of the first devices in 2014 to pack a QHD resolution display. And this played a crucial role in the success of the smartphone in general. However, the company subsequently launched variants based on the G3 series sporting midrange hardware and budget price tags. It is now being said that sales of the G3 and its corresponding devices might have led to strong sales year-on-year. Multiple reports suggest that the company might have posted 25% increase in sales compared to the previous year, thanks largely to the G3 series. This...

The HTC Desire lineup has created enough buzz in the mobile industry over the past couple of years. The Desire 600 series in particular have struck a chord with the audience and show no signs of slowing down. And with the MWC fast approaching, it seems like the Taiwanese manufacturer is prepping the launch of yet another smartphone in the series calling it the Desire 626. The leak comes from the reliable @Upleaks on Twitter which also sheds some light on the hardware specs of the handset. The device is reportedly packing a 5 inch 720p...

The HTC One M9 Plus has just leaked out in a new series of images, revealing what appears to be an all new design from the company. We are taking these pictures with a large chunk of salt given that one of the images shows the device to be having a physical home button. It is more than likely that this is a work of an HTC fan as we don’t see anything comprehensive to prove otherwise. Even then, it’s good to ponder over what an HTC smartphone with a physical home button would look like.   The leak from Twitter also suggests...

WhatsApp is one of the most popular social networks in the world. But its usability is somewhat limited when users are traveling abroad. And now, an Italian network has just launched a new SIM card called WhatSim which can be used for sending and receiving WhatsApp messages while traveling overseas. This SIM card will support nearly 400 carriers in over 150 countries. WhatSim is charged at €10 or $11.62 and has no additional charges for the duration of its existence. However, this only applies to messages and you will need to shell...

Hello guys! Welcome to the second part of our T-Mobile Galaxy S4 problems troubleshooting series. Being one of the biggest wireless companies in the U.S., T-Mobile has a superb tech support department and we don’t want to compete that. There’s no way we can even get close to the support the company provides. However, we are committed in helping our readers fix their problems. That’s why we find it necessary to publish support articles like this from time to time. The problems mentioned in this post were sent by our readers...