According to a new revelation, nearly 900 million Android devices are affected by a newly found bug called “QuadRooter“. This major malware was uncovered by security firm Check Point. These folks have also released an app to detect whether your smartphone/tablet is vulnerable to the bug. If your device uses a Snapdragon made chipset, the chances
According to a few user reports, the Moto G is facing some issues with the network connection after it received the Android 4.4.2 update. It is claimed that the smartphone sometimes turns on Airplane Mode on its own whenever a user tries to make a call. Other problems include intermittent loss of network and connectivity.
Here is one Samsung Galaxy S3 problem sent to us through The Droid Guy Mailbag. Hello, can u help me? My Samsung Galaxy S3 is reacting weird, the wallpaper is always changing. If I choose a picture in the album, all the pictures in there will change into my wallpaper. In other words, it’s like
The iOS 7 Beta was only revealed a couple of days ago. But one user already found a major vulnerability on Apple’s new mobile operating system. The bug was also confirmed by Forbes after imitating the procedures done by the discoverer. The Discovery of the iOS 7 Beta Bug According to Forbes, less than 48
Apple has released a new fix to counter the bug that sneaked into its iOS whereby a user could get through the security code to check on someone’s messages, mail, call logs and other private information through a series of small steps like making emergency calls. Dubbed iOS 6.1.3 beta 2, the update fixes any