When your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (#Samsung #GalaxyNote5) gets stuck on the logo during boot up, it’s a firmware problem. It may be just a glitch or a result of failed firmware flashing. This problem is common to people who install custom ROMs and modified firmware. For stock users, it might happen after an update.
The latest Samsung Galaxy Note (#GalaxyNote5) is a certified hit among fans. It’s quick, sleek, and powerful. But like any other smartphone today, the Galaxy Note 5 still suffers from power-related troubles. We’ve discussed some of these issues in our past posts and our article today touches on some of them. These are the specific
No Android user is spared from a power drain issue on their devices. The issue is, most of the time, not caused by poor hardware but rather software. The number and quality of apps running in a device can make or break any one’s experience with an Android device. Buggy updates can also be to
Welcome to yet another post that addresses #GalaxyNote5 issues. In this episode, we give you 4 different topics we received from some of our note 5 users for the past few days. Below are the specific topics discussed in this material: How to recovery files from a Galaxy Note 5 that only boots in download
More and more “leaks” are coming out for the awaited #Samsung #GalaxyS7 although there has never been an official word from the South Korean giant on the probable date of the product’s release. In the meantime, let’s continue to tackle some of the common problems on the #GalaxyS6 series. Below are some of the issues
Are you one of the #Samsung Galaxy #Note4 owners that’s seeing the message “Updating contact list…” after you updated your phone to Android 5.1.1 #lollipop? Well, read on as the first problem I cited in this post is for you. There are, of course, other issues I cited, which occurred after the recent update. Continue
Based on reports we received from our readers, there are several reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S6 (#Samsung #GalaxyS6) gets stuck in a boot loop or keeps restarting. Firmware updates and app crashes, however, are the most common causes since a lot of things get changed and upgraded. These are your starting point when troubleshooting