One of the attractive features on an Android device over other platforms is its easy accessibility, especially when connected to a personal computer or Mac. The #GalaxyS6 is no exception. It’s almost like a plug and play device that you can connect to a computer. But sometimes, even this feature gets complicated. Below are 2
We always receive questions like “How can you recover photos or files from a phone with a broken screen?” and in this post, I will address this issue with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (#Samsung #GalaxyS6Edge) as the example. So continue reading so you’ll know what to do if you dropped your phone screen-first on
The Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (#Samsung #GalaxyS6Edge) lacks one very important feature–microSD card slot. This is Samsung’s way of telling you “Hey, buy the phone with high storage capacity,” which is also more expensive. Thus, it is inevitable that you’ll run out of space sooner or later depending on how you use your phone. In
One of the most common yet minor problems with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (#Galaxy #S6Edge) after an update is the “Updating contact list…” error message, which comes out when you launch the Contacts app. While the term used is “updating,” it actually means “syncing” with your online accounts that house some of your contacts.
I have compiled the most common Wi-Fi problems that Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (#Samsung #GalaxyS6Edge) owners encountered and reported. There are five issues I tackled in this post and while I specifically mentioned the name of the device in the title, the #troubleshooting procedures I cited here may also work with other #Android devices. So,
In this post, I will address some app-related issues with the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge (#Samsung #GalaxyS6Edge). The most common is the crashes, which is often characterized by errors like “Unfortunately, app has stopped.” In the first problem, the owner encountered the error indicating that Touchwiz (Samsung’s UI for its high-end devices) crashed and then