After fourteen blogs about the Galaxy S3 and more than a hundred problems addressed, we are still receiving emails from our readers. Some are easy to resolve and we’ve already tackled before and some are not so common and may require a little bit of research. So we cannot just stop from writing articles like this.
For users who may have just tuned in, we are open to questions about problems you’re currently experiencing with your Samsung Galaxy S3. You can contact us directly via email@example.com or you can join our newly-launched forum so other members of the team (including myself) can help you find solutions for your problems.
Those who are planning to send us questions, please be detailed as possible. You may include your phone’s model number, OS version including the build, nature of the problem, when it started, what triggers it, etc. Don’t worry, we do this to provide support for people plagued with issues and we don’t care about the grammar and spelling. But please make your email readable and understandable.
We may not be able to respond to your emails but rest assured we are faithfully reading every single bit of email we receive. We even read your letterheads and signatures. Again, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and subscribe to our RSS feed so you’ll be notified every time a new article is published.
For this post, there were five problems we’ve addressed. This post is also paginated to make it easier for our readers to read and ensure the page loads faster. You can find links at the end of the section; you can either choose to read the previous or the next problem.
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