Despite being mid-range device, the Samsung Galaxy A10 actually has some impressive hardware specs and Samsung has proven it could dominate the highs and lows of the Android market. But just like any great phone, the Galaxy A10 is not free of issues and errors. In fact, some of our readers that own this device
Are you having trouble sending and receiving SMS on your Galaxy A10? In this post, we’ll show you the list of things to do if your Galaxy A10 won’t send or receive SMS. In most cases, fixing this issue is relatively easy. Find out what you must do to fix this problem on your end.
If your Galaxy A10 won’t turn on and you don’t know how to begin troubleshooting it, then you’re reading the right article. This problem can be caused by either an app bug, software glitch, or bad hardware so you’ll need to methodically narrow down the possible reasons. Follow the suggestions below and you should be
While the Samsung Galaxy A10 is an entry-level device, it should still work without a hitch as long as everything in it is working properly. However, there are owners who’ve been complaining recently because the device reportedly keeps freezing for some reason. When it happens, they may lose control over the device as it will
While the Samsung Galaxy A10 is an entry-level device, it’s actually pretty impressive for its category. Needless to say, it should work without a hitch as long as everything is working properly. However, some owners have reported that their device started to become slow and sluggish. There were those who said that the problem occurred
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A10 have reported to be getting the error ‘Facebook keeps stopping’ when they open the app. This means that Facebook has crashed for some reason and could no longer continue running. Most of the time, this is just an issue with the app but considering the fact that Facebook
Lenovo is expanding its A-Series Android tablets by announcing 4 new models that will be released second quarter of this year. The models in this series are best known as entry level tablets offering consumers an affordable way to enjoy watching videos, listening to music, and running their favorite apps. Soon to join this lineup
Earlier when Sprint had decided not to launch the Blackberry Z10 on their carrier, we were quite surprised. We thought that the carrier had made a huge mistake by ignoring Z10 and focusing on the QWERTY Q10. But now there’s a new twist to the story as CNET reports that Sprint will be the first