Samsung’s always had a penchant for beautiful software design and the Galaxy S III’s may be the most aesthetically in-tune update yet. One of the most notable features of TouchWiz’s brand new Nature UI is the dandelion live wallpaper and water droplet effect seen when unlocking the screen. Even if you don’t have a Galaxy S III, you can still...

If you were like me and lost the little removal tool included with your Spigen Glas screen protector, you might be asking yourself, “how do I remove this extremely thin layer of glass glued to my display?” Well since you are here now, you want some answers right? The solution is actually quite simple–all you need is a very thin, relatively stiff piece...

We recently previewed some of our favorite features in the Android 4.0 ICS update for the Samsung Galaxy Note, and now you can finally get the official release now! Simply follow the steps below and you too will have the latest software for the Galaxy Note. The ICS update is a bit hefty on the data size, so you unfortunately will not be able to receive the update over...

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...

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...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend CareAce Giveaway: Win an exclusive Galaxy Note EPICASE Hey guys, we recently took a look at a line of unique designer cases for the Galaxy Note in our EPICASE review. These cases are currently exclusive to their Korean home market and normally cost $35.00,...

If you haven’t been living under a rock, you probably noticed that the new iPad was announced the other day and more importantly, that Google market is no more. More specifically, it has been supplanted by Google Play-the one stop shop for all the content Google offers be it apps, music, movies or books. Essentially, Google Play is a rube goldberg machine jammed...

Lanyards can often be found on devices like cameras and phones, so that they be looped around the wrist in order to prevent an accidental drop. They can also be used to easily pull the device out of a pocket and give the user the ability to add their own personal touch to their device. It seems easy enough to add a small post and hole to the chassis of their phones,...

Thanks to Graham Kellighan who commented on our Galaxy Note Tip Collection for this article idea. For many first time users, it is not clear how you can add your own custom ringtones to your shiny new note, but for us hardened Samsung Galaxy veterans, we just simply have to think back to how we did this on the Galaxy S devices. 1. The first step to adding custom notifications...

Samsung made made a breakthrough with widget design when they integrated resizeable widgets in their TouchWiz interface on the Galaxy S II. Lucky for us Galaxy Note users, we have some exclusive resizeable widgets as well! This is a great feature for the Note because of it’s increased display resolution, which adds an extra column’s worth of room to the homescreen....