The Galaxy S IV is one speedy piece of hardware, but did you know that there are ways to make it run even faster? That’s right, no matter how fast...

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...

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...

Ever find it really annoying when you fire up your favorite game, only to cover up your brightness sensor as you hold your Galaxy S II in landscape view, turning the screen brightness down to near unusable? Hate it when your hand covers the light sensor? Don’t you wish there was some way to preserve your auto brightness settings during normal use (to save battery...

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...

We’ve been asked frequently how to turn off 3G network connection and use only Wi-Fi on Samsung Galaxy S. We have a long thread post, Samsung Galaxy S: Will Wifi turn off 3G?, but we’d like to reorganize the information regarding the tip in the post. 1. Turn on Wifi When you turn on WiFi, you notice that the 3G icon in the notification bar disappears and...