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
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
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.
I will look into a problem involving a Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) that pops up an error message saying “SD card blank or have some unsupported filesystem.” Obviously, this is a microSD card issue but the word “blank” could mean a couple of things; either corrupted (unreadable) or damaged. Just because the error says
We’ve already seen a lot of charging related issues with Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5). Some owners complained their phones don’t charge at all, some said theirs charge very slowly, others reported their devices sporadically stops charging, and a few or our readers told us theirs continue draining the battery even if plugged in. Charging
Learn how to fix a problem involving the #Samsung #GalaxyS5 Settings service that keeps crashing after the #Marshmallow update. What to do if the Wi-Fi button on your phone is greyed out after a firmware update. S5 can no longer connect to car Bluetooth after updating the firmware. Device became so slow after upgrading the
The “Unfortunately, Phone has stopped” is just one of the many error messages you’ll get if your #smartphone’s firmware has issues or some of your apps have conflicts. If you’re an owner of a #SamsungGalaxyS5 and recently upgraded to #AndroidLollipop, there’s a chance you’ll be getting this error message. Based on reports, this error message
Frequent and random reboots or restarts can be caused by a lot of factors but the most common of them all is battery issue especially that it’s almost 3 years since Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) was released. The battery may have already deteriorated to the point that it can no longer hold a charge.
Being stuck in boot loop is one of the results of corrupt firmware and it usually occurs after a firmware update or manual installation of modified ROMs. We’ve been receiving a lot of issues like this from #Samsung Galaxy S5 (#GalaxyS5) owners lately. So, in this post I addressed some firmware-related problems. Read on to
Now, here is one problem that you don’t see more often. Some of our readers, not just Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) owners, reported that their devices just rebooted one day and went into a black screen with a caution: “Downloading…Do not turn off target!” In the upper-left corner of the screen is shown some
This article highlights five common system issues experienced by users of Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS6) including the random crashing and reboot. Each of these issues are addressed with the best possible solutions and/or workarounds used by other device owners who have experienced the same problems. The workarounds I recommend for each problem have done
Charging problems are among the most common issues we received from #Samsung #GalaxyS5 owners. In fact, we already received hundreds of them and majority of those issues are almost the same. But since we have readers who keep asking use for help every week, we are obliged to answer those questions. Continue reading below for
The Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) is a powerful phone with really cool features but many owners reported to have experienced sending and receiving text messages, which is one of the most basic functions of a phone. It’s a shame a smartphone as good as it is can’t even transmit 1kb worth of data over
Here are some of the most common microSD card problems reported by our readers who own a Samsung Galaxy S5 (#Samsung #GalaxyS5) smartphone. Together with these issues are their quick fixes and/or workarounds. Now, before anything else, if you have issues with your phone other than ones I mentioned in this post, then head to