Network issues are among the most common problems any smartphone users may encounter and they’re not necessarily hard to fix. Most of the time, they’re just pretty minor problems with your phone or the network. That seems to be the case with some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 who’ve been complaining because their phones
Making and receiving phone calls are among the most basic functionalities of a mobile phone and a smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy A20 should be able to perform them without any problem. However, some of our readers that own this device have been complaining because their devices reportedly cannot make and receive phone calls anymore.
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 have been complaining because they reportedly started getting the error ‘Camera failed’ whenever they try opening the camera on their phones. The error message basically means that the camera has failed to initialize or the app has not opened properly. This could be a minor problem with the
When a smartphone like Samsung Galaxy A20 with really good hardware specs keeps freezing and lagging, you can almost expect it to be a software issue. Such issues may be caused by apps or a problem with the firmware itself. However, if your phone has recently suffered a drop or got submerged in water for
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 reported to us about a network problem saying that the phone keeps disconnecting from the WiFi network for no apparent reason. It’s a common problem not just to Galaxy devices but to other smart devices as well. Most of the time, it’s just a minor problem that you
Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 have experienced being stuck on the black screen of death. Most of the reports we received said that their phones just powered down without apparent reason and would no longer respond. Normally, users would think that it’s an issue with the hardware but more often than not, it’s
Packed with latest hardware technologies and running on Android 9 with Samsung’s One UI, the Samsung Galaxy A20 is actually a great phone in its category. It may not be as fast as the flagship devices but it should still run smoothly without any issues especially if you got it brand new from your provider.
The “Warning: Camera failed” error that seems to be bothering some users of the Samsung Galaxy A20 is often just a minor problem. However, I’ve seen cases wherein this error is actually a sign of a more serious hardware issue affecting the camera sensors themselves. What this error means is that the app, one of
The Samsung Galaxy A20 has some impressive hardware specs and can easily dominate the competition. However, just like any other device, it’s not perfect and you may encounter a problem or two while using it. In fact, some owners already reported to us that their units won’t turn on anymore. There were those who said
One of the really useful features of the Samsung Galaxy A20 is its battery. It has a 4000 mAh battery that could last a couple of days but what good does it do if you couldn’t charge it when you needed to, right? Some owners of this great phone has reported that it is not
Being one of the mid-range devices the company just recently released, the Samsung Galaxy A20 actually has some impressive hardware specs. So, functions like connecting to a WiFi network and other wireless services should work without a hitch. However, some of the users reported because their devices won’t connect to their WiFi networks anymore. This
When a WiFi connection keeps dropping on your Samsung Galaxy A20, the problem could be a sign or a minor firmware issue, a problem with your network device or there’s a serious issue with your phone’s hardware. What you can do is rule out all possibilities until everything will become clearer as to what causes
Instagram is one of the most used applications today and while it’s well-maintained, there are always times when problems occur. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 have reported getting the error ‘Instagram keeps stopping,’ which prevented them from using the app and all its services. The error literally means that the app has stopped