I really like to have an automatic signature on my text messages. It prevents people from saying “Who is this?”. Add a signature to your text messages using these steps.
The best feature on the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has to be the S-Pen. If you’ve never used the S-Pen before, here’s a general “How To” guide to get you started.
Use safe mode on your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to gain access to the operating system if it has become problematic and will not start. You can enable or disable safe mode with these steps.
You can place calls from your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 over an available Wi-Fi network with the Wi-Fi calling feature. The feature is handy if you’re in a place with Wi-Fi and no voice signal. Enable or disable the feature with these steps.
Set the amount of time that elapses before the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 times out and shuts off the screen with these steps.
If you want to keep and save a picture that was sent to you in an MMS text message on your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphone, you can do so using these simple steps.
Auto-correct is a nice feature, but sometimes it is more of a roadblock than it is useful. Fortunately, there is a way to disable auto-correct on the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Note 7 smartphone if you prefer to type freely without interruption. We’ll show you some options when dealing with this feature.
Use these steps to connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to your PC so that you may transfer files between the device and computer.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has a feature that allows you to view multiple apps in split screen multi-window mode. Here’s how to enable it.
If you’re experiencing problems with your Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you can try to reset it with these steps.
Connect the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 to a TV and enjoy all of the content from your phone on a bigger screen.
When trying to launch the “Camera” app on the Samsung Galaxy S6, S7, or Note 5, you may receive an error that says “Camera Failed”. You can usually solve the issue with these steps.
I noticed a problem with my widgets on my Android device where the app widgets were not showing up. I had all of the standard widgets like Music, News & Weather, and Power Control, but no option for Facebook, Twitter, or any other apps I installed.
The ability to check the status of a text message to see if it was delivered to the recipient is a feature found on most normal phones. On the Android OS though, you have to enable the feature that provides this information as it is usually disabled by default.
When attempting to write a text message on my Android, I received a message that said “Invalid recipient — Unable to add this recipient. The recipient’s number is not valid.” when adding a contact to the message.
So your Android device has chosen to take a vacation and won’t boot properly? This situation isn’t fun. Troubleshooting it is even less fun. The problem could be related to an errant app, corrupted Android OS, or bad hardware. Here are the steps you can take if your Android won’t start.
You may notice that your Android device might prompt you to with a “Complete action using” dialog that allows you to select a default app if you choose to always complete the action using the selected app. If you wish to change the default app at another time, you will have to restore this prompt. […]
When you’re new to your Android phone, you may not know the phone number to the device. Heck! You never have to use your own phone number, right? Fortunately, there is a way to view the phone number assigned to your Android phone within the settings.
Today, I was asked a question about using the Facebook For Android app to update a Facebook brand page for which you are an admin. You can’t access many of the features on Facebook with the Android app. When you visit Facebook in a web browser, it will show you the mobile version of the […]
The Samsung Galaxy S7 has a Flipboard Briefing screen that is where the “My Magazine” screen used to be on the Galaxy phones. The feature allows you to view and subscribe to news. Here’s how to turn it on or off.