According to a recent court ruling, Samsung owes Galaxy S4 owners $10 each for having cheated benchmarks. Here are the details.
We have another report of a Samsung Galaxy mobile phone catching fire and destroying an entire car. Here are the details.
While we were focusing on and vouching for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy S5 to be getting the Android 5.0 Lollipop update, the Galaxy S4 has jumped right in. The device has been seen running Android 5.0 with the new TouchWiz UI layered on top.
Social media has been abuzz over the past 24 hours with reports that the iPhone 6 Plus has a bit of a problem, in that the aluminum shell appears to bend while in users' pockets with apparently very little force being applied. The controversy has sparked a fierce debate on Twitter, and while some believe that Apple's own design is at fault, others are of the opinion that if you sit on your device or place it in a precarious position, then you're basically asking for trouble. Apple has yet to make a comment, and given that the scale of the issue doesn't seem to be widespread, there's no telling whether the company will release a statement on the matter, but for the sake of entertainment / argument, one YouTuber has also carried out the 'bend test' on a Samsung Galaxy S4. Does it bend? Find out after the fold.
Want to download and install the latest Android 4.4.3 on your GPE Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8 and HTC One M7? We have got direct download links for you right here.
Here's a step by step guide on how to root your Samsung Galaxy S4 on the very latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Simply follow the steps and you should be running rooted Android on your phone within minutes.
Want to fix Android lag on Galaxy S4? This handy guide will help you speed up Samsung Galaxy S4. Before we go into what you actually need to do, let’s understand what lag is. There can be two types of lag, one being what you face when launching an app, for instance, where the device seems to take a couple of seconds before it actually executes your command. Such lag usually comes from an underpowered processor or insufficient RAM, and the OS is forced to unload and reload a variety of data into RAM before it can compile and run the application. The second, and arguably more frustrating, lag is when the overall interface feels sluggish, which is not necessarily Android’s fault.