The Google Play Services is Google’s key to your smartphone in a sense that updates are pushed into your phone through this service. While you can find Play Services listed among other apps on the Application Manager, it doesn’t work like any other apps. It’s a collective name for all services Google uses to make
Learn how to troubleshooting your Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus with “Unfortunately, Google Play Services has stopped” error. Learn more about the solutions and fixes to this problem so you would know what to do in case it will happen again in the future. The Google Play Services is actually a collective term that covers core
Huawei is currently focussed on multiple new smartphones, with the Mate X being one of its most hyped devices yet. However, there are other phones like Mate 30 which will break cover eventually. Huawei’s problems with this phone are slightly different as we learnt not too long ago. Following the trade dispute between the U.S.
Most people wouldn’t realize the value of apps like Google Play Store until they find out that it’s not working as expected. And what’s even worse is that other apps-related operations from downloads and installations to updates are likewise adversely affected. Thus, you need to do and try some ways to fix the problem and
Learn more about the “Unfortunately, Google Play Store has stopped” error that may happen to any Android user every now and then. Learn how to troubleshoot your #Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (#Note5) that keeps showing the error message every time you try to download an app. The error message “Unfortunately, Google Play Store has stopped”
The #GalaxyS6 app issues below shows some of the problems encountered by members of our community. Keep in mind that app problems are usually software in nature so the basic troubleshooting and solutions provided in this post today should help you fix your own issue. If you are new to our site, make sure to
While the Galaxy Note 4 (#GalaxyNote4) is a proven Samsung flagship, many users are reporting to us that they are encountering all sorts of app problems with it. It may not necessarily be a Samsung issue but it still surprises us that even a stable device like a Note 4 suffers from considerable number of
Google is now sending out an update to the Play Services application, which carries Android Auto support for devices like the Samsung Galaxy S6. As we all know, third party Android Auto head units are slowly making their way to the markets courtesy of manufacturers like Pioneer. Head units are available for purchase in the U.S.,