This is one of the most common problems that owners of Samsung Galaxy S3 have been complaining about. Although considered one of the most sophisticated gadgets in the world, the phone is not free from problems. Consumers experienced various software problems like frequent crashes, freezes, unresponsiveness and random error messages. In this post we have
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It’s time for the third installation of our Samsung Galaxy S3 Problems series. I answered a lot of questions / problems in this post so take time to browse. If your problem cannot be found in this part, try reading the first two parts of the series: Samsung Galaxy S3 Problems After Android 4.3 Update
While the Samsung Galaxy S3 was one of the most powerful device in 2012 and even today, it was plagued with problems that thousands ,if not millions, of owners are experiencing. Aside from connectivity issues, one common problem was that the voicemail icon seemed not to go away even after the voicemail was deleted by
UPDATE: To make it easier for you to find problems we’ve already addressed, I prepared Samsung Galaxy S3 Problems and Solutions Index. UPDATE: 3/7/14 – I have just published the second part of this series answering 15 questions/problems sent by our readers. If you emailed us about the problems you currently have with your Galaxy
Recently, we have encountered a question concerning the external memory of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Here is the exact question sent to us through Mailbag: “Recently I have taken many photos (300+) and it’s stored on the Micro SD of my phone. But recently, the phone kept freezing and deleting all my photos. Actually, I’m
Basing on the features and functions, it is irrefutable to note that Samsung Galaxy lineups are indeed among the finest smartphone series existing in today’s global mobile market. But problems can always occur to any device like the GS3, regardless of how powerful the technology is being utilized to form the entire smartphone system. Among
I’m always a fan of monster TVs… it amazes me. So, I understand why a lot of people would want to watch videos from their phones on a big screen. Mirroring videos and pictures is actually a nice Android feature and can be done without so much trouble, except if you’re using the Galaxy S3.
There are some users who complain about their Galaxy S3 having problems in downloading apps and that includes getting stuck at the “Starting Download” message. Among the key reasons why your download is not pushing through is that you may no longer have extra space in your internal memory. Another is that your cache
Touchwiz provides intuitive handling of all the features available on the Galaxy S3. This offers numerous customization options for the user of the device to make every task easier. However, it can be such as pain when encountering the “Unfortunately Touchwiz Home Has Stopped” error message. Basically, this is because it renders your phone unusable.
A new message came in Mailbag about the Samsung Galaxy S3 “Unfortunately contacts has stopped” error. The email reads, “My Samsung Galaxy S3 is running on Android 4.3. Since I updated it, I can no longer add anyone to my group contacts. When I try to, an error message comes up that says ‘unfortunately contacts
Welcome to one of our focused troubleshooting series that deals with Samsung Galaxy S3 issues that gets stuck on the Samsung logo or does not boot up at all. We have been receiving quite a number of issues from S3 owners regarding this concern which is why we will tackle this problem now. If you
If you suddenly find yourself encountering the “Unfortunately, TouchWiz has stopped working” error in your Samsung Galaxy S3, the possible sources of the problem might be your cache, screen mode, a recently added widget, faulty SD card or a glitch in the Android operating system according to various sources like Phandroid and Android Central. Clear
We receive hundreds of emails each week from our readers reporting–many actually complain–about the problems they encountered with their phone. In one of the emails, our reader, a Samsung Galaxy S3 owner, said his phone was fully-charged but about an hour later, he found it turned off. The worst part is, he couldn’t power it
We have been receiving some complaints about the Samsung Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 auto scrolling. A number of users apparently find their phones automatically scrolling on top of the page whenever they are reading some texts, emails or when browsing other apps. #1 Software Glitch One reason for this is a simple software