Ever since the release of Samsung’s Galaxy S lineup, there’s been a debate between naysayers and supporters of Samsung’s TouchWiz launcher. Heck, ever since the major OEMs began releasing default launchers other than the stock Android version, people have been up in arms decrying such vile vandalism of Android’s natural state of being. What is the...

So you just got that sweet new launcher that we wrote about, but oops, you accidentally set TouchWiz as your default launcher? Well, if you are trying to reach the above pictured screen, here’s how: 1. Hit Menu > Settings > Applications: 2. Now select Manage Applications > Tab over to “All” > and scroll down to TwLauncher and select it: 3....

Although having mobile versions of websites was once a godsend, with today’s high performance smartphones and large displays, they are no longer a necessity and can in fact be a nuisance. If you find yourself having to constantly scroll down to the “View Desktop Version” link on your Galaxy S II, fear not we have a solution and it’s really...

If you ever find yourself needing to restore your Galaxy S II to its factory default settings, there are two ways to to do so. If you are running the international version of the Galaxy S II (GT-I9000) with a physical home key, follow these steps: Turn off your phone Press and hold the volume up, power/lock and home buttons all together for 10 seconds If you are running...

Samsung’s Galaxy S II has set the golden standard for smartphone hardware and this same passion for excellence is also seen in their software development as well. Samsung is well known for their dedication to enhancing the user experience on the Android platform—most notably through TouchWiz—but they have also been hard at work creating applications that highlight...