SIM card errors in smartphones can occur among other symptoms of a software glitch like when installing new update with bugs. In other cases, hardware components are to blame including a damaged SIM card tray/slot, or the SIM card itself is damaged. The same errors can occur when the SIM card isn’t properly seated or
SD card reading problems in mobile devices are either due to software errors or hardware damage. In most cases though, the phone would fail to read or detect a SIM card because of some software problems inflicted by rogue apps or system malfunction. Bad updates can likewise be the main trigger sometimes. Hardware-related SD card
Lagging and freezing symptoms are usually accompanied by other performance issues like random restarts, stuck apps, and system crashes. These symptoms usually occur due to wear-and-tear but may also occur earlier when triggered by errant apps or data corruption on the phone. Oftentimes, these problems are rectifiable by some workarounds unless hardware damage is present.
“Unfortunately, Gmail has stopped,” — a prevalent error message that prompts when something goes wrong with the Gmail app on your Android device. This error has been plaguing several users of various Android devices and likewise appeared to be one of the common apps errors encountered by the first few owners of the Nokia 6
In January this year, Nokia officially unveiled its latest flagship smartphone branded as the Nokia 6 2018. It’s a 5.5-inch octa-core aluminum handset with corning gorilla glass 3 display. The device is set to launch this April, thus many are already looking forward to seeing what’s new in this new Nokia smartphone. While it’s yet