One of the things that is really a downer in smartphones these days is their batteries. Part of it has to deal with just how much we’re using our smartphone, but a big portion of it is the screens. These days, screen sizes are getting bigger and more detailed, meaning there are tons more pixels
Before we take a short holiday break, here’s another list of #GalaxyS5 problems and their respective solutions. Like many of our previous articles, all the issues mentioned here came from reports of our readers recently. If you can’t find a similar problem and solution for your own S5 issue, don’t forget to also visit our
One of our readers asked me what the sign is when the Android system crashes. I said there are a lot of signs the phone will show when the system crashes but there’s one error message that when it pops up, it automatically means Android stopped working–“Unfortunately, the process android.process.acore has stopped.” This error message
Hello Android community! We welcome you again to another #GalaxyS5 article that answers some questions thrown at us for the past few days. If you can’t find any solution to your problem here, make sure to also visit our other S5 articles in this page. Below are the specific topics we cover for you today:
We know that the #GalaxyS5 has been around and there are still millions in circulation at this time so we continue to receive reports of issues here and there. As usual, this post answers some these reports today so if you’re ready, here are the topics we cover for you: Galaxy S5 not charging, only charges
We’ve received a lot of emails from our readers seeking help as their Galaxy S5 won’t charge or has issues charging. A charging problem is as bad as no power at all. What would you do if your phone’s battery is completely drained? Sure, you can buy a new battery to power it up but
Blank screen issues are very common not just to Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) but any other #Android phones in the market. They can either be caused by a firmware glitch or a hardware problem. The best thing an owner can do is try to find out the cause so that it would be easier
While Facebook for Android app is one of the most popular apps in the Play Store and has its own support group, it’s not free of problems. In fact, we received a lot of emails from our readers reporting/complaining about the issues they encountered and one of them is the error message “Unfortunately, Facebook has
Without power, your Samsung Galaxy S5 will become an expensive paperweight on your table. We received a lot of emails from S5 owners seeking assistance because their device won’t turn on or won’t respond when they press the Power key. The thing about this issue is that there is no easy way to determine what
In this post, we will try to troubleshoot a Samsung Galaxy S5 that won’t charge when plugged in but shows a battery with a yellow triangle with exclamation mark inside it. I will also include the possible causes of the problem and what the symbol means. One of our readers emailed us regarding this issue.
The black screen of death (#BSOD) is not new to the #Samsung Galaxy S5 (#GalaxyS5) because some of the early adopter complained about their devices that suddenly died a few weeks after they bought it. The fact is we encountered a lot of related issues way back in 2014 when the device was released. The
There are two variations to this problem. The first is characterized by the error “Unfortunately, Touchwiz has stopped” and the other by “Unfortunately, Touchwiz Home has stopped.” This post will explain the differences between those two error messages. Yes, they seem similar but they’re not. So you could understand better, try to read the problems
“I’m having a problem with my Samsung Galaxy S5, which started after receiving the Lollipop update. Since then, I noticed my phone is running very slow and sometimes it tends to freeze or becomes unresponsive when I tried to run or use certain applications on it. What should I do to get it fixed?” Performance
In this post, I will tackle several app related problems with the Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) including the issue wherein apps are moved back to the phone’s internal storage after they are updated. It started happening after the #Android 5.0 Lollipop update so apparently, Samsung developers changed a lot of things in the firmware.