Galaxy S7 keeps freezing and turning itself on and off, other issues

Welcome to another post that provides answers to some #GalaxyS7 issues submitted by our readers. Don’t hesitate to consult our previously posted articles about Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge if you can’t find the solution you’re looking for here. Galaxy S7 keeps freezing and turning itself on and off Galaxy S7 suddenly stopped working and

Galaxy S6 apps are laggy and not working properly, other issues

If you’ve been using an Android device for some time now, you should have experienced problems with one of your apps. While app issues can come in many forms, one of the most frustrating problems is when you encounter lag when using an app. In this article, we address this issue on the Samsung #GalaxyS6.

Google Music, TV, Magazines not coming in time for UK Nexus 7

While everybody is excited about the release of Google Nexus 7, tech enthusiasts and Android lovers in the UK couldn’t just fully relate to it knowing that Google Music, Magazines and TV will not be available for the new device upon release except for US owners. Reports indicating of the delay of these new services

Google Music can now de-authorize only four devices

Google has a lot of cool and awesome services and the still young and released released Google Music is one of them. The service which was basically launched to rival Apple’s iCloud has made some really good progress. People are now able to stream music from their cloud accounts to their Android smart phones and

Day After Launch Sprint Pushes Update To ZTE Optik

The affordable ZTE Optik Android tablet launched yesterday at Sprint stores everywhere. The $99 (on a new two year agreement) tablet comes with a 7″ screen, 1.2ghz dual core processor and 3G connectivity on the Sprint network. After their first tablets reached store shelves and customers Sprint has quickly come up with a bug fix

Google Dumps Android Market For Google Play

Google has decided to rebrand the Android Market to “Google Play”.  The Android Market has been around as the official source for Android apps, since the introduction of the G1 Android phone. It seems that Google is attempting to break away from their entire media offerings being branded as “android”. Moving away from the words

Is Universal Music About To Drown The Grooveshark?

Is the bottom about to fall out for Groove Shark? Grooveshark quickly became a favorite app for music lovers. Essentially you could stream any song your heart desired in good quality to your Android device. Google removed the app from the Android market howeverA, people are still using it today. Well those great folks at

Dear Google Music, Where’s My Green Day, Frank Sinatra & Led Zeppelin?

Over the weekend, prior to the announcement Wednesday of Google Music, Google was still reportedly scrambling to secure content and licensing deals from the four major record labels. According to top music industry and radio website, only EMI and Vivendi Universal were all in prior to the announcement yesterday. According to Allaccess and other

Google: Android Daily Activations Flat

I don’t understand how everyone else missed this news. Engadget reported live from the Google Music event today, the numbers that Google wanted us to hear about Android.  Google has now activated 200 million Android devices. This number is quite impressive considering we’re only 50 million less than Apple who has been around a year

Google Music Store Discovered In Google Music Landing Page

After the announcement of Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, the next biggest Android announcement to come out of Hong Kong was about Google Music.  During Andy Rubin’s hot seat session with AllThingsD’s Walt Mossberg, Rubin eluded to the fact that not only was Google working on a music store model, but a music store model

Google Music’s “Twist” Revealed

As we said earlier Andy Rubin was in the hotseat yesterday at AllthingsD’s AsiaD conference.  In addition to All Things Ice Cream Sandwich, Walt Mossberg asked Andy Rubin about Google Music. Rubin hedged a bit but revealed that they were working on something more than just downloading songs for $.99 an obvious stab at rival

Google Updates Their New Music Application

Google, as many of you know has begin launching their own music service, today they have sent out the first of what we suspect will be many updates to add to the already great application.

Android gets mSpot’s Radio Spotter™ Beta before iOS

This is a very welcome change of pace for the staff here at TheDroidGuy, after the countless times that thedroidguy and I were told an app or a startup is “launching first on iOS devices.”  mSpot saves my sanity with their announcement of Radio Spotter – beta. More after the break