Bloatware has been filling the app drawers of our Galaxy devices ever since the venerable line landed stateside. Finally after 3 generations of devices, we have a default option to remove all this nonsense.  No rooting or hacking about to get this working now. Although you can’t technically uninstall them, you can hide any application from your app drawer by...

In addition to taking you to your homescreen, the Galaxy S III’s physical home button is used to activate Samsung’s S Voice feature By default, double clicking the home button will automatically bring up S Voice. However, in order to recognize a double click, the Galaxy S III must add a few milliseconds of delay in order to recognize the second click–this...

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...

One thing that always bugged the heck out of me was how every time I would queue up a lot of notifications on my Samsung Galaxy S II running Gingerbread, I would have to either Select every single notification and manually take care of them or Clear all of them at once with no chance to look at them Ladies and gentlemen, I present you the single most compelling reason...

Hello Galaxy S II users! You know that cool sound that cameras make when the shutter opens and closes? Not so cool when you are stealthily trying to take pictures while on the job as a super spy. Or just taking a picture of that weird looking dude across the way. Here is how you can disable the shutter sound! 1. Hit Menu > Settings > Sound 2. Now select Volume...

Android’s 3×3 lock screen grid is a great way to password your lockscreen while still making it relatively quick to unlock. There is however one fatal flaw–in an attempt to help the user visually the path he or she has traced, the locks screen shows a trail of the connect points. This visual aid allows bystanders to easily see what pattern you have...

For the longest time I found myself deleting alarms one at a time–not efficient at all. Let us show you the easy button for managing your alarms clocks on the Galaxy S II. For starters, if you don’t know how to setup an alarm, navigate to the clock and hit “+ Create alarm.” Follow the instructions and you’ll be good to go! But now you have...

I don’t mind having advertisements riddle the menu screens of ad-supported games, but when they start to occupy precious in-game screen space I am forced to take action. Switch—tunnel racing game Advertisements that appear in games are powered by the data plans or WiFi connections on your phone, so by simply toggling airplane mode on you will disable these ads...

SMS Purger: Smart Way to Manage SMS Purger Version 1.0 Cost: Free (Support through donation) oldsap (Developer Info) [ratings] SMS Purger provides users who have large amount of text message a smarter way of managing them. Rather than going through your text messages by whichever way of sorting, and then selecting them to be removed, you can load a bunch...