Samsung is always striving to provide great integration with all their different electronics, whether it’s with smartphones, tablets, televisions or washing machines, chances are you will find an Android application that will help you use synergize them. Samsung’s Smart Camera is not your run-of-the-mill digicam–the “Smart” in its name refers...

Ice Cream Sandwich has been a finnicky subject for Galaxy S owners as Samsung has been very wishy-washy about whether or not their 20 million+ loyal users would be getting the arguably the biggest Android upgrade to date. “Firmware Update!” After initially failing to make the list of devices to receive the 4.0 update, Samsung promised a ‘Value Pack’...

Love the look of the Galaxy S line of phones, but did not need its phone capabilities? Want all of the great software features of the Android OS on your PMP rather than having to stick with Apple’s iPod and iOS? Well do we have some good news for you… The Galaxy WiFi 3.6 is the smallest member of the Galaxy S family, housing a 3.6-inch, 480 x 800 resolution...

Don’t you hate it when technology doesn’t work? Although Kies is a nifty little piece of software that has been getting me through all my syncing needs for quite some time now, we get hundreds of reports a month stating how users are having issues. There are some obvious fixes (Turning off debug mode: Menu > Settings > Applications > Development >...

It’s come to our attention that there are a fair amount of Galaxy S II owners who are having some difficulty getting their phones to connect to their WiFi routers reliably or at all. There has been quite a lot of discussion across the interwebs about whether the problem is a hardware vs. software, or a router vs. phone issue. Depending on which of the aforementioned...

Hey guys, you’ve probably seen me put up little pixelated squares like this  before–wait–you don’t know what these are? Well how rude of me to shove these in your face without telling you what they mean. No no, they aren’t pretty little pieces of digital art, they are QR codes! QR code on the back of a book The popularity of QR codes as...

For those of us who aren’t fortunate enough to have an unlimited or 4GB data plan, we must carefully monitor our data usage and avoid running data in an always on configuration. This setup requires frequent access of the network setting menu in order to to receive email and social updates. Those of you who read our article “Will WiFI turn off 3G” are...

I remember when Android 1.5, Cupcake brought the soft keyboard to my G1 and from that day on I stopped using hardware keyboards for I knew that eventually, there would be one soft-keyboard to rule them all. According to our users, that one keyboard is none other than Swype. This month we polled our readers on which of the top 4 keyboards on the Android Market and the...

Hey there guys and gals, often times we see ourselves using terms and methodologies that might not be all too familiar for the genera Android user, so today we will be going over one of our most frequentlyused and asked terms: Side Loading. What is Side Loading? Wikipedia defines sideloading as the practice of Transferring data between two local devices, in particular...

Samsung broke millions of Galaxy S users’ hearts when they announced that they would not be supporting an ICS update for the venerable smartphone, however they managed to make amends by announcing the ‘Value Pack’ update which promised to bring Android 4.0 with a lightweight TouchWiz package. It looks like our hopes have been dashed once more. Sad Panda Samsung’s...