The Galaxy S4 has been Samsung’s most successful hardware endeavor yet but it seems like they have a significant issue of a magnitude that hasn’t...

Samsung’s Kies software has been sprouting enigmatic issues ever since its inception and we have yet to see a a unified solution from Samsung. One...

The Galaxy Note is one of Samsung’s premier devices, garnering coveted ad-space in the Super Bowl and leading the charge into 5-inch plus sized displays. One interesting note that should be mentioned is, like some other Samsung devices, the Galaxy Note comes in multiple flavors, and I’m not referring to color choices. The U.S., AT&T version of the Galaxy...

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 >...

I was browsing the interwebs looking for some interesting Galaxy S II tips when I came across a thread relating to the latest Android 2.3.5 update causing problems with the default Swype keyboard. According to the OP (original poster), it looks like the update causes Swype to auto-insert words even when it is not intended: Ever since the upgrade to 2.3.5 on my SII, swype...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend Samsung’s latest Olympic Application: Best of Britain Samsung’s latest application gets an early jump on this year’s upcoming 2012 Olympics. As you may know, the 2012 summer Olympics will be held in the good ‘ol United Kingdom, which is home too…...

In response to all the Carrier IQ controversy, it looks like Sprint has finally stepped up to the plate by removing it via software update. Original Epic 4G owners don’t get left out of the update party–they will be receiving bug fixes with their latest software package. After waiting far too long for the update to Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Sprint users were...

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...

Having extensively used Samsung’s Galaxy S II Skyrocket, I was a tad bit alarmed when I came upon this news! Mmm… toasty While my Samsung Skyrocket performed valiantly as my AT&T 4G steed, this man’s Skyrocket didn’t fare nearly as well. I suppose you could say that the Skyrocket lived up to its name since it did combust in a manner not dissimilar from...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend CareAce Featured Application: Disk Usage After browsing through many forums, I’ve found that many users have been anywhere from a tad curious to extremely befuddled regarding the Galaxy S II’s on-board memory layout. First of all let’s get the basic...