Galaxy Note 2 TouchWiz Home Problem

Fixing the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 TouchWiz Home Problem

A message came in recently in The Droid Guy Mailbag concerning a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 TouchWiz problem. The email reads, “Last night, my T-mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 2 phone updated its software to Android 4.3 JellyBean. While I appreciate the improved graphics rendering, I am dismayed by the following glitch. I now get this

“Unfortunately Touchwiz Home Has Stopped” Error Message in Galaxy S3

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.

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Solutions to the TouchWiz Error in Samsung Galaxy S3

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

Samsung Galaxy S4 Auto-Rotate Not Working

If your Samsung Galaxy S4 Auto-Rotate function is not functioning, the possible cause of the problem might be any of the following: The Galaxy S4 Auto-Rotate feature might be disabled Calibration might be needed There is a possible problem with Touchwiz There might be a glitch in the system of the phone Hardware-related issue Solution

The latest version of TouchWiz UX demoed in a video

A new video has given us an early look of the upcoming TouchWiz UX, which is rumored to be called the Grace UX with the #GalaxyNote7. As expected, there are some changes here, although not a lot is different from the TouchWiz version that we see on the Galaxy S7 and the S7 edge. It

Galaxy Note 4 keyboard issue after updating to Lollipop, other issues

Although Android Marshmallow has already started to become available to newer devices, a huge number of Samsung Galaxy devices, including the #GalaxyNote4, is still running Lollipop at this time. This post addresses some of the post-Lollipop problems encountered by some Note 4 users as well as other problems not totally related to Android update. Below

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Screenshots detail the new Marshmallow based Samsung TouchWiz UI

Samsung’s #TouchWiz UI has seen major changes over the years, most notably this year with the introduction of the #GalaxyS6 as well as the #GalaxyS6edge. But with the #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow update looming, fans were curious to see if the company will make any major changes to the UI. Now some of these questions have been

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Samsung reportedly removing bloatware apps from TouchWiz

While Samsung devices have been generally doing well in the markets, if there’s one criticism of its devices which has been universally acknowledged, it’s the TouchWiz UI supplied with their devices. In most cases, this UI skin has been found guilty of making the devices sluggish and slow. A new revelation by Sam Mobile suggests that Samsung is

Samsung Galaxy S6 (and S6 Edge) preview and rumor roundup

Yes, boys and girls, it’s that time of year again. The time we really don’t know anything about the way the mobile industry will be shaped, transformed and, hopefully, innovated over the ensuing eight to ten months. Not for sure, though we can’t help but feel fired up for what’s to come. And speculate, and

HTC One (M8) vs Samsung Galaxy S5 – Specs Comparison

It’s weird, we expected both HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4’s sequels to knock our socks off, enthrall and amaze with major upgrades like Quad HD display resolutions, bonkers 4 GB RAM modules, OIS cameras and significantly boosted Snapdragon 805 processors, but at the end of the day the One (M8) and Galaxy S5… just

Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Sony Xperia Z2 – Specs Comparison

It may have been our own fault, as we hyped it a little too much. And it definitely was the fault of the countless so-called “insiders” and “moles” that ultimately, well, had no idea what they were talking about. Also, let’s not beat it around the bush, Samsung has a lot to do with it,