We’ve already gone over the Samsung Galaxy S4 user manual, and with its hundreds of features, its no wonder Samsung created a customer consultant...

Samsung has always been aware that customer satisfaction largely depends on customer support. With their vast lineup of Android devices deployed, Samsung created their Smart Care Diagnostics application to help their users troubleshoot and solve any issues with their Samsung mobile devices. If you didn’t already know, Samsung cares. They want to ensure that you...

I remember the first time I saw the Samsung E715–it was absolutely marvelous. A flip phone with not only an LED flash + camera combo, but an OLED front facing display. There has been plenty of hardware progression, but engineers on the software side of things have done some marvelous things in their own domain. Most notably in the form of seamlessly merging multiple...

It’s amazing how many new features each generation of smartphones receives. From GPS, to front-facing cameras, and now innovative new connectivity methods such as NFC and WiFi direct, it never ceases to amaze me how engineers keep cramming in all of this great stuff! Now that it’s in our phones, it’s up to us to use it! You may have seen the Galaxy S...

One of the most interesting features I was able to find in my new Galaxy S III was the ability to create your own custom vibration notification. I’ve been used to making custom ringtones and notification sounds, but this is my first time creating a custom vibration–if it’s yours too, here’s a step-by-step guide: 1. Hit Menu > Settings > Scroll...

The Galaxy S III like its predecessor the Galaxy S II, has been a blockbuster hit around the globe. Our Galaxy S II Tip Collection was such a hit, we decided that now would be a good time to do a follow up for Samsung’s latest superphone. Like the Galaxy S II, Galaxy S III runs Samsung’s TouchWiz UI, a custom skin which adds many useful features on top of the...

There used to be a time when the instruction manual was a decidedly necessary part of any item being sold to consumers. The whole “real men don’t need instructions” quote doesn’t apply much anymore. I mean sure, you could figure it out but chances are you are missing out on a ton of features that are quicker learned than discovered. The Samsung...

Let me guess–the one day you take your beautiful Galaxy S II out of its case, you drop it right onto the bottom right corner, dinging the bezel and chipping or even cracking the glass. I feel your pain: Fear not readers, for your Galaxy S II’s beautiful looks are still salvageable. Sure you could live with a nick here or a ding there, but if you display is...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend Fix your Phone with Samsung’s Smart Care Problem Diagnosis Application Smart Care is Samsung’s latest application dedicated to helping users enjoy their smartphone experience. For someone who is switching from a feature phoneto a smartphone,...

After upgrading my Galaxy S II to Android 4.0.3, I’ve found a fair amount of changes to the look of Android as well as the structure of the UI. For the most part its pretty intuitive, but we thought we’d give you a heads up. 1. Menu Button The old menu button used to being up a 6 button grid with icons on the home screen, and 3-2 button grids on others. In...