Samsung Galaxy S4 is one of the most powerful smartphones available in the market today. But despite its power and popularity, it is not free from problems and errors. In fact, thousands have already been complaining about some pressing issues they have encountered just weeks after they have bought their phone. We did a little
One of our readers was complaining that some of the apps in his Galaxy S4 were automatically updated without his knowledge. While auto updates is a good thing because you don’t have to check every now and then which app needs to be updated, there are times when the installation is messed up and you’ll
“Unfortunately Google Play Store has stopped working.” This is one of the most common errors Android users can encounter. The problem is often caused by a software-related glitch that directly affects one of Google’s core services, the Play Store or the Android marketplace, where majority of Android apps can be found. Before going further, here
This post will answer questions or address problems related to Samsung Galaxy S4 WiFi connectivity. While only one email message will be shown here, we have already received tons of questions related to it. Here is the actual email from one of our readers: “I have internet service through my home phone AT&T. I have
One of our readers asked us about the fix to the problem involving the Samsung Galaxy S4 that won’t start up and stuck on the company’s logo. We’ve also received related questions before but it was for last year’s flagship, the Galaxy S3. Based on reports from other users, the problem like this happen when
While the Google Play Store is one of the apps that come installed with the Samsung Galaxy S4 or any Android phones, it is not free from errors and problems. In fact, there is a huge percentage of Android users that experience having some troubles downloading and/or installing applications from the Play Store. The worst
One of the most common problems Galaxy S4 owners is related to signal reception. While the gravity of the problem may vary depending on the quality of signal your carrier transmits from its towers, more often the problem originates from within the phone. If it were case, there may be some settings you need to
I addressed six Samsung Galaxy S4 (#Samsung #GalaxyS4) problems related to the performance of some apps and the phone itself in this post. If you’ve emailed or contacted us regarding the problem you’re experiencing with your phone, try to go over this page to see if your concern is one of the issues I addressed.