The red screen tint on the Samsung Galaxy S8 is slowly being remedied via software update. The update is adding a setting for screen color balance, which should let you adjust the tint via software to get rid of the red tint. The keyword is should, as it may not help if ... Read More »
Some Samsung Galaxy S8 devices have had issues with red tint on the display, and now the company has officially released an update to fix it. The update is currently rolling out in South Korea but will be pushed to other ... Read More »
The Samsung Galaxy S8 has only recently been released and there are already talks of bugs. There is a red screen tint issue many are seeing, and now people are seeing a message pop up as often ... Read More »
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The Moto G5 Plus is facing a very serious issue on Verizon’s VoLTE network. The device may not be able to call emergency services, which is a huge deal. There will be an update going out next week to fix this, but Verizon has a solution in the meantime.
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The Google Pixel seems to be facing a strange camera issue, but Google is already on it. People have been noticing a big lens flare in some of their images. These flares are normal for all cameras, but the ones on photos taken with the Pixel can be pretty large.
Google has admitted ... Read More »
AT&T has announced a new feature for customers of its insurance plans. If you purchased AT&T’s Mobile Insurance, Mobile Protection Pack, Mobile Protection Pack for Business or Multi-Device Protection Pack programs, you can get your screen replaced rather than having the phone replaced.
The benefit to having the screen replaced by a professional rather than having your device replaced is ... Read More »
Users have been reporting a pretty significant memory leak in Android 6.0 Marshmallow since late last year. Memory leaks are nothing new to Android, nor are they too difficult to take care of. But they can get annoying when apps start closing themselves when you leave them for mere moments.
The good news is that ... Read More »
The last update that the Nextbit Robin received had some unintentional side effects: the audio improvements ended up being hugely detrimental to its speakers. The minimum volume setting was far too loud, and audio was generally distorted.
Nextbit recently announced June’s update, which claims to have fixed all audio bugs. The lowest volume ... Read More »
Google has posted its monthly Android Security Bulletin for June, showcasing all of the vulnerabilities found in Android. This month a critical vulnerability was found that could execute code through email, text or more by processing media files. Google doesn’t think the exploit has been used, but it’s been patched anyway.
If you’re using a ... Read More »