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Galaxy S3 not syncing

Fix to a Samsung Galaxy S3 Not Syncing

A message recently came in Mailbag from Kelly about a problem wherein her Samsung Galaxy S3 not syncing. The email reads, “Hi The Droid Guy. I am so glad that you are on this case now because it will finally get solved. The problem is that the Contacts on my Samsung Galaxy S3 have not

Galaxy S3 Mobile Data Problems After 4.4 Update

Galaxy S3 Mobile Data Problems After 4.4 Update

Here’s a message that just came in Mailbag, “I noticed that after downloading the 4.4 update, I started experiencing Galaxy S3 mobile data problems. I mean, it suddenly turns off randomly. This is very irritating because whenever I am in the middle of browsing the Internet, my browser suddenly stops loading and I get this

BlackBerry goes the Apple way with mapping application

Map apps all over seem to be falling short of Google’s standards. A few months ago, with the new iOS 6.0, Apple received a lot of flak for its very own map app -Apple Maps that notoriously misplaced whole cities. BlackBerry seems to be facing the same issue with its new OS, BB10 as well.

Windows 7.8 opens doors to various bugs

After several months of wait, Windows Phone 7.5 phones are finally getting updated to Windows Phone 7.8. Windows Phone 7.8 brings several features from Windows Phone 8, and since the older devices won’t be able to upgrade to Windows Phone 8, WP 7.8 should satisfy all the early adopters of Windows Phone platform. Windows Phone

The Motorola Droid Razr HD Seems to Have an Annoying Display Issue

Motorola’s Droid Razr HD is the company’s new flagship on AT&T which promises to turn some heads. Besides being Motorola’s first smartphone with an HD display, the smartphone brings back some of its Razr goodness from the predecessors (Droid Razr and Razr Maxx). Coupled with great data speeds on Verizon’s blazing fast LTE network, the

Droid X update crawling with bugs?

It seems that we are finally into the age of Froyo. More than 50% of the current device market is over 2.0, and by now the Droid X users should be waking up from their “OMG we haz FR0Y0” coma, bringing that number even further towards 2.2. The Droid X receiving Froyo has been on