Performance issues are normal but they often occur when you least expect them and that would seem to be happening with some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A50. According to some owners, their devices has become slow and sluggish after an update but it’s not a major update because the Android 10 update for the
Performance issues are the first ones to manifest no matter the brand and model of your phone. They will occur to phones from the entry-level category to flagships. And it seems like some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A20 are among the unlucky ones to have encountered such issues. We have readers who reported that
Performance issues occur every now and then no matter what your phone’s brand and model is. Some owners of the Samsung Galaxy A70 are among the one that have encountered these problems. That’s the reason why we want to tackle the most common performance issues in this post. In this article, I will enumerate the
Performance issues like freezing can always be attributed to firmware problems but there were also cases wherein third-party apps caused the phone to lag and eventually freeze for a few minutes. In the case of the Samsung Galaxy S8, one of the most powerful smartphones in the market today, you can rest assured it’s not
Looking at the specs sheet of the Samsung Galaxy S9 you may think that the phone isn’t capable of slowing down but of course, that’s not true. There would always come a time that a powerful phone like the S9 would slow down and eventually starts to freeze and lag every now and then. That’s
A powerful smartphone like the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus that keeps freezing may have some serious issues with the firmware. Ever since the time of the Galaxy S5, we’ve already been receiving quite a lot of complaints about freezes, lags, sluggishness and other performance-related issues. Most of the time, the problem isn’t with the hardware.
Performance issues are often the result of wear and tear in mobile devices. Symptoms usually instigate in the later months or years of constant use. Among the common indications of a degraded smartphone performance would include sluggishness or constant lags, random freezes, crashes, and boot loops, to name some. A device also slows down when
Some of our readers who own the Samsung Galaxy J5 are currently experiencing various performance-related problems such as freezing and lagging. While these issues are often a sign of a minor problem, we’ve seen cases wherein the phone started to lag and then froze before it stopped responding. So, there’s still a possibility that the
Two of the most common signs that your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has a serious firmware issue is when it starts to crash and freeze. But the thing about these issues is that they may be very easy to fix or, at least, there’s a chance you can fix them on your own. We know
It’s typical for mobile devices to slow down in time with regular usage. But it’s a bit bizarre for new ones to perform the same at an early stage especially those tagged among the high-tiered smartphones to-date. Nonetheless, it can happen and has already occurred to a lot of powered smartphones including Samsung’s Galaxy line-ups.
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is relatively new and there hasn’t been any reports of serious and possibly hardware or manufacturing problems. So after a few weeks of using it and you feel like your new tablet has become slow and keeps on freezing or lagging, the issue could be with the firmware or caused
Youtube is one of the pre-installed applications in your Samsung Galaxy S9 or any Android smartphone for that matter. There are times when you will encounter problem while using it and it could be just a minor issue with the app itself or it could be just a sign of a more serious firmware issue.
The #Huawei Nexus 6P (#Nexus6P) is among the best smartphones in the market today packing up really impressive hardware specs and the latest Android firmware. Owners expect a lot from it that’s why it’s so disappointing to see it struggling to open apps or perform common tasks. Slowing down and random reboots are two of
Over time when you’ve accumulated a lot of data in your phone, it will start to slow down and then starts to freeze or lag. Such is the case of some of our readers who own the Samsung Galaxy J7, a mid-range device with pretty decent specs. There are times when this kind of problem
Your new Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus may still be able to experience freezes and lags sooner or later but the thing about these issues is that they’re pretty minor and are very easy to fix. There are times when a powerful smartphone like the S9 may encounter performance related problems due to storage issues. For
With its impressive hardware specs, you can always expect the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 to be fast and unresponsive in every aspect. It must perform better than mid-range laptops released a couple of years ago. However, if it starts to run slow or shows poor performance, it could be due to apps or some firmware
The Samsung Galaxy J5 is a mid-range device and while it has received quite a lot of positive reviews because of its specs and performance, it’s still prone to having performance-related issues such as sluggishness, slowing down, freezes, etc. In fact, we’ve already received complaints from our readers who own this device because some of
When a high-end phone like the Samsung Galaxy S8 starts restarting on its own, it’s already a sign of a more serious firmware issue, although we cannot be sure of that. Since we started providing technical support to our readers, we’ve encountered like kind of problem a lot of times already and there were cases
Performance issues in mobile devices may occur earlier or later depending on the way they’re used. For example, a device is more likely to show symptoms of performance degradation with extensive heavy usage. This is when a device begins to slow down. Aside from heavy usage, there are other factors like faulty updates, software bugs
Lagging and freezing symptoms are usually accompanied by other performance issues like random restarts, stuck apps, and system crashes. These symptoms usually occur due to wear-and-tear but may also occur earlier when triggered by errant apps or data corruption on the phone. Oftentimes, these problems are rectifiable by some workarounds unless hardware damage is present.