Is your Samsung Galaxy S3 not receiving calls similar to the problem which was sent to us via The Droid Guy Mailbag, which reads, “My Samsung Galaxy S3 is not receiving calls. I get everything else but it does not even show that I received a call. I do get voice mail and text messages
The first one of many to come! Welcome to our first troubleshooting series dedicated to giving you solutions on how to fix connectivity problems on your Samsung Galaxy S4. At the later part of this post, we have included some of the recent issues some of our users have encountered after updating to Android Lollipop.
Welcome to another post that shares some of the reported mobile data and Wi-Fi problems on a #GalaxyS5. If you are new to our site, don’t forget to also browse other related articles. Here are the specific topics we have in store for you today: Verizon Galaxy S5 unable to connect to mobile network Galaxy S5
Verizon has already taken necessary measures to ensure that customers from 3G networks switch to the faster and more efficient 4G LTE networks. It now seems like the carrier will put its plans to fruition very soon as some 3G regions are now being transitioned into LTE areas. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that Verizon is
So far, we have tackled the topics about how to choose a Smartphone processor, storage options and display in the following series of articles: How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Processor How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Storage Options How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Display How to Choose a Smartphone Guide: Operating System How
Three UK has just announced that they are now carrying the HSPA version of Google’s Nexus 7. Starting today, consumers can head on over to Three retail stores to pick up Google’s ASUS-manufactured Nexus 7 tablet. At the time of this writing, the HSPA Nexus 7 can not be found on Three’s website, but
You may have ads blocked on your computer through AdBlock Plus, but what about your mobile browsing? AdBlock Plus is an extremely popular ad blocking tool for browsers, which has now made its way over onto the Android platform. This is an official app, not a third-party one too. If you’ve tried to grab an
Android Central has reported that UK retailers PC World and Currys now has the 32GB Nexus 7 available for purchase. The two stores are both apart of the Dixons group and are selling this new Nexus 7 for £199, which was where the 16GB Nexus 7 used to be. The price matches the price that is
The past couple of weeks we have been seeing a lot of different rumors and leaks about a 32GB Nexus 7 along with a few hints concerning a Nexus 7 with 3G cellular data capabilities. Today we have seen that a 32GB Nexus 7 has been unveiled after weeks of constant rumors. In the midst of
Sprint has made a bold move by announcing that effective November 1, 2011 they are eliminating unlimited 4G data for hotspots, usb sticks and other mobile broadband devices. However they want to make sure that everyone knows right now they aren’t changing anything with unlimited data for smartphones. More after the break
Well there you have it folks, Sprint is launching a phone September 9th and it’s not the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Samsung Galaxy S II will arrive at Sprint September 16th. What Sprint is getting is an entry level Android slider called the “Milano”. No big magic show, no hocus pocus, no dual screen.
When Verizon Wireless switched to tiered data on July 7th we knew it was a matter of time before one of the other wireless carriers jumped on them. The problem is AT&T couldn’t because, like Verizon Wireless, they too offer tiered data. T-Mobile may try to pass off a poke at Verizon however they have
AT&T has started informing it’s customers that they are cracking down on unauthorized tethering via jail broken iPhones and rooted Android devices. AT&T has noticed usage patterns in some of their unlimited data plan users that suggests these users are tethering their phones without paying the $45 data plan which includes tethering. AT&T has begun
One of the hottest stories over the weekend was that an internal Verion document suggested that Verizon was holding back the Mobile Hotspot feature and Skype video on the upcoming HTC Thunderbolt. However Verizon did an about face this morning that was discovered in a leaked internal memo that Droid Life and Engadget picked up.
Say it ain’t so Sam! The cost conscious behemoth giant Walmart is teaming up with Virgin Mobile to offer the biggest data bang for your buck. Virgin Mobile, one of Sprint’s low cost prepaid services (the other is Boost Mobile) currently offers $40/mo for unlimited data and $10/mo for 100mb. Now for the cost conscious
Earlier this month at CTIA, Kyle and I sat down with Matt Stoiber VP/GM Device Development for Cricket Wireless. While we were there he brought out the Huawei Ascend. He also told us that they were getting ready to announce a nationwide 3G roaming agreement. He did not share any more than that, just that
I will never forget the first time a buzzword set wrong with me. During a budget meeting, while describing a new billing solution to the owner of the company, he blinked a few times, looked up from the paper I had given him and asked “Would this be any cheaper to deploy if it were
The leaks and sneaks and peeks will be flowing like a river from the IFA show this week, but before it even got started, more juicy bits about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab have surfaced. This time, it’s not a performance, or even an OS tidbit. The 3G version of the Galaxy Tab has been
Let’s face it – the existing Android tablet market is shallow at best. I’m surrounded by handheld “tablets” with no market access, and barely an acceptable screen. Aside from that, their delivery ad sales methods rage from bizarre to non-existent (i know eveyone here was thinking “K-MART??? REALLY?”) and the only thin we have to
Written by Russell H. Sr. Editor TDG Online The “Cloud”. Oh, that crazy silly ubiquitous concept. Storing your life server-side so you can access it anywhere. It sounds like a dream come true. No more faulty hard drives. No more “a virus took out all of your music”. No more “my movies are on my