Welcome to the third edition of our Samsung Galaxy S2 Problems and Solutions series. At least, ten problems were addressed in this post, so take a little time browsing it to see if your concerns were addressed. After the break, you can find links to the first two parts so feel free to read them.
The Samsung Galaxy S2 may have been released more than three years ago but a lot of people are still using this model. Proof to this is the numerous emails we are receiving from our readers regarding the issues that they are facing with their S2. The Galaxy S2 is a solid smartphone that offers
Our mailbox has been flooded with hundreds of Samsung Galaxy S2 problems and questions already after publishing the first four parts of this series. It seems like there are millions of owners who are still using this phone and aren’t getting much support from their service providers already. So, if you have problems with your
This is the fourth edition of our Galaxy S2 Problems and Solutions series and I have addressed about fifty user-reported problems already. We receive hundreds of emails from S2 owners so you can expect to be reading posts like this every week. Now, if you have concerns with your phone right now, please browse this
Early April, some of the specs of Google Glass were released by its developers. For a pair of glasses, the device amazingly had 16GB of flash memory, a high-res display, a 5MP camera, 802.11g and Bluetooth, plus an energy-efficient battery that could power the gadget for a full day. No word was spoken by Google
Just last week, Korean tech giant Samsung announced details dealing with the upcoming Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S II. Unfortunately, Samsung did not provide an exact release update for owners of the device. Just today a Samsung spokesperson told CNET that the update for the Samsung Galaxy S II will
Here’s good news for owners of Samsung Galaxy S II devices. It looks like Samsung is going to spread some official Jelly Bean love on these models as their Korean website announced details regarding an Android 4. 1 Jelly Bean update. Don’t get too excited yet though since this update seems to be targeted to
Earlier this year in June the AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II received the update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Reports are now surfacing claiming that some users are getting their version promoted to Android 4.0.4. The LK3 update can be pulled from Kies, but some users are saying that it can be downloaded via
Samsung has been pretty fair with its customers when it comes to rolling out updates. It was quick to upgrade the likes of the Galaxy S II and the Galaxy Note with Android 4.0 when the time arrived. And the same trend followed with Android 4.1 when the update was rolled out to the likes
The latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update is coming to Samsung’s flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S III, anytime this October. And at some point during the month of November, the same software upgrade is expected to roll out on Samsung Galaxy S II. The company, however, did not disclose an exact date as to when
Contrary to previous reports that Samsung Galaxy S II will not be getting a bump to the latest Android version—Android 4.1 Jelly Bean—recent reports confirm the South Korean manufacturer’s plan to release an update “soon.” While majority of Android users today are still running on Gingerbread, Galaxy S2 was among the few devices released in
I know, I know you want to know when Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T are going to get the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for their Galaxy S II’s, well we don’t know just yet. We do know this though, the upgrades are starting to roll out for international versions of Samsung’s franchise phone of
Samsung just recently started rolling out the Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich up date to some international Galaxy S II devices. Today they have added the source code for the Android 4.0 update to the Samsung Open Source Release Center. In case you were wondering, this doesn’t mean you will be able to get the
Everyone is looking for Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich for their Android powered smartphone. Samsung customers are screaming the loudest as ICS was introduced on a Samsung device (Galaxy Nexus). Well Samsung Mobile Israel has announced that Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich will be available for Galaxy S II users in their country soon. How
Bobby Brown, the 80’s pop sensation, has been in the news a lot lately. His ex-wife of course, was pop icon Whitney Houston. While Bobby didn’t make a fool out of himself at the funeral or anything, there was almost a scene with security at the ceremony. The Bobbi Brown, which is the name sake
Mobile-Review.com reviewer Eldar Murtazin has a great track record for leaks and rumors and today he is probably spot on as well. Murtazin tweeted earlier today that Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, will arrive for the Samsung Galaxy S II and the Samsung Galaxy Note between March and May based on your country and carrier.
According to information released on Samsung’s Korean website, which is home to Samsung Electronics, domestic (Korean) sales of the Samsung Galaxy S II have topped five million. After crunching the numbers, Android Central writer Alex Dobie, has concluded that one in four mobile phone owners in Korea are the proud owners of Samsung’s 2011 flagship
Just a few hours ago we told you about how the Samsung commercial where the guy says “Dude you’re a barista” was good enough to be a top 10 advertisement in December, one of the busiest advertising months. Well the brilliant folks in Samsung’s creative department are back with a new “Next Big Thing” ad
After the release of the Samsung Epic Touch 4G, the Sprint version of the Samsung Galaxy S II, a fair amount of Sprint customers reported they were having issues with signal loss on the flagship device. Sprint has now started rolling out update D710.0.5S.EK02 which among other things addresses and corrects the signal loss issue.
Last week Samsung released a new commercial for the Samsung Galaxy S II. The commercial is shot in a line in front of what looks to be an Apple store with people waiting for the “Next Big Thing”. Samsung has released the next commercial in the same campaign. In this commercial they visit a store