One of the big selling points of Android devices was their Adobe Flash compatibility. Now that flash is being phased out of convention, you won’t be able to download flash from the Play Market. That however doesn’t mean that you can’t get it. Disclaimer: We at CareAce take no responsibility for the results of the actions you are about to take. Keep in...

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...

One of my favorite features of the Galaxy S III is the new and improved lock screen. With the latest version of TouchWiz, Samsung has not only included some key shortcut spots on the lock screen, they have also given you the ability to customize them and add your own selection of app shortcuts. First–if you haven’t already–disable your lockscreen security,...

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...

I always felt that Samsung’s original 3 button layout (first seen on the Galaxy S) has been the best for Android devices. The 3 button layout seen on the international Galaxy S and S II have now become the standard control layout for every Galaxy S III variant. If you are an American consumer, you may be used to the more typical 4x capacitive button layout seen...

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 gotten a notification alert while playing a game or using a fullscreen app, but been to lazy to exit out of the game to go check what it was? Well now you can save yourself the curiosity and trouble with Samsung’s built in notification bar gesture command. To activate this notification bar while using a full screen app, all you have to do it drag down on the...

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...

Like a guest who overstays his welcome, TouchWiz’s Nature UX sound effects get old pretty fast, especially when you start to hear the water droplet sound mid-game. Samsung claims that the Galaxy S III was “designed for humans,” but humans are prone to being annoyed by unnecessary feedback. To turn off the water touch effect, hit the Menu key and select...

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...