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Samsung's Android devices Galaxy S4 and Galaxy Tab 3 transmitted sensitive data from the registration of a Samsung account, including name, E-Mail address, and even the password when mediaTest Digital, a company that specializes in testing the security of apps and mobile phones, detected and tested the devices for vulnerability.

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Difficulty Level: Advanced User. Required Time: 20 Minutes.

Bloatware refers to unwanted apps that manufacturers or network service providers preinstalled on a mobile device. Bloatware takes away disk space and can slow down performance. More often than not, users rarely use all of the preinstalled apps on a device. Removing apps that are of no use to you will clean up your phone, give it more disk space, and leaves it with more memory to process the more important tasks...


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Difficulty Level: Basic user

If there is one app you’re going to download from the Google Play store for your Samsung phone, it will sooner or later probably be Facebook. Facebook’s official app for Android is sluggish at times and it isn’t uncommon that it loads until timeout. With the latest update, it even places (unwanted) additional Messenger and Camera icons on your Home screen. If you’re looking to speed up Facebook on your Samsung Galaxy and enjoy all of the features that the original Facebook app offers, I suggest you stop using the official app altogether. Take a look at these third party apps, Fast for Facebook and FriendCaster, who aim to provide what Facebook couldn't...

 

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Difficulty Level: Advanced User. Required Time: 5 Minutes.

If you’ve come this far, then you are trying to restore from a Nandroid backup on your Samsung Galaxy but ROM Manager’s ClockWorkMod Recovery displays the error message MD5 Mismatch. Don’t worry about what it means. Let’s just get you back on track right away...

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Difficulty Level: Advanced User. Required Time: 10 Minutes.

A Nandroid backup is a complete copy of everything that’s on your Samsung Galaxy. It is often used to restore the phone to a working state should you run into problems with your device. The difference between a regular backup and a Nandroid backup is that the latter does not only back up basic account data but also backs up everything else that’s on the device: the ROM, apps, settings, and all your files...

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Difficulty Level: Basic User

Did you know that there are hidden menus on your Samsung Galaxy? By entering so called MMI, GSM, and USSD codes, you can reveal detailed information about your phone and run tests to analyze whether all functions are working properly...

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Difficulty Level: Basic User. Requirements: SD Card.

Using new sound effects is easy. All you need to do is download sound files from Zedge.net and assign them on your Samsung Galaxy. If you’re tired of hearing the same sound effects for ringtones, alarms, and notifications on your phone, or if you just don’t like the onboard sound selection, you can easily add your own and assign the sound in any way you like. Zedge.net currently offers over 700,000 sound effects...

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Difficulty Level: Advanced User

You’ve probably heard of the terms root and rooting. In short, rooting unleashes the full potential of your Samsung Galaxy! This article takes the mystery out of rooting, explains what rooting is, and shows you the top reasons for rooting and the many useful things you can do once you’ve gained root access on your mobile device.

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Required Time: 1 Minute. Difficulty Level: Basic User.

If someone keeps bothering you with annoying phone calls, put his number on the blacklist. Sometimes people keep interrupting us by constantly calling. Annoying sales reps may try to reach us regularly. Or, perhaps we just don’t want to be available for a certain set of people during specific times. In any of these situations, put the person who is calling on the reject list on your Samsung Galaxy phone and they won’t be able to reach you until you take them off again. Please note that not all Samsung Android phones support this feature. Here’s how to do it:

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Required Time: 1 Minute. Difficulty Level: Basic User.

Got an incoming call and don’t want to be annoyed? Mute it with Samsung’s new Motion gesture! With the Android 4.x update, Samsung added four motion gestures to their version of Android called Touchwiz, which lets you do cool stuff with your phone. One of them is called Turn over to mute. When you have incoming calls and playing sounds, all you have to do is flip the phone to mute it...

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Required Time: 5 Minutes. Difficulty Level: Basic User. Requirements: Display Brightness.


Save time when adjusting display brightness in only one step! The developer RUBBERBIGPEPPER of the free app “Display brightness” came up with a smart way to change the brightness of your display without having to go into the Settings menu. Usually the path to adjust this setting is Settings > Display > Brightness. But with this clever app, you’ll do so by touching a transparent slider controller at the top bar of your Samsung Galaxy. Here’s how...


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Required Time: 20 Minutes. Difficulty Level: Advanced User. Requirements: Nova Launcher.

Tired of Samsung’s Android look and feel? Even though its user interface looks compelling, you can take it up a notch by installing a different launcher, which is everything visual that you see when you’re looking at your smartphone or tablet. In this tutorial, we’ll present Nova Launcher as one of the most customizable launchers the Android market has to offer...

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If you want to transfer a video from the computer to your Samsung Galaxy phone and it isn’t playing, the video’s format is not compatible with the Android operating system, which uses the .MP4 file format. Thanks to the “Free Video to Android Converter” converting to the required format is done with just a few clicks...

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Required Time: 1 Minute. Difficulty Level: Basic User.

The onboard functions on a Samsung Galaxy Android device that consume most of the energy are Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, Sync, Brightness, and Screen timeout. Additionally there are things that drain extra energy such as self-updating apps and widgets. There are many ways to extend battery life from simply turning off features all the way to the more complex task of installing custom ROMs that are designed to consume as little energy as possible. Let’s take a quick look at the built in widget that allows you to turn on and off all of the main onboard functions that drain the battery the most...

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Difficulty Level: Basic User

When you type a message on a Samsung Android device, the closest possible words to what you are typing are shown as a suggestion above the keyboard if the XT9 feature is turned on. If you misspell a word or wish to remove one, it is easy to do so by editing the dictionary. You can access the feature with just a few taps...

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Required Time: 15 Minutes. Difficulty Level: Advanced User.

Samsung’s version of Android is called TouchWiz. If you don’t like the feel of it anymore, you can skin your phone with a completely new launcher and stand out from the crowd. A launcher is what you see when you use an Android phone: the Home screen, the app drawer, and all its transition effects. By changing the launcher, you can get an entirely new smartphone experience. There are many third party launchers available in the Google Play store of which some are sophisticated and some are not. Among the best launchers are Apex Launcher, ADW Launcher EX, Nova Launcher, and GO Launcher EX. We’ll present GO Launcher EX in this tutorial as one of the most popular launchers in the market...

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Required Time: 10 Minutes. Difficulty Level: Basic User. Requirements: SD Card.

After the Android operating system and some of Samsung’s own apps have been installed at the factory, there isn't a lot of space left if you regularly install new apps. At some point, you may not be able to install any more apps because the disk space has been used up. Having too many apps on the device’s internal storage can also slow down the system. Getting an external SD card that is optimized for being fast on mobile devices (i.e. SanDisk Mobile Ultra) is the way to freeing up the disk space you need...

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Difficulty Level: Power User.

Samsung Galaxy devices are based on Google’s Android operating system, which is designed to be open to the mobile community. When software is open (commonly referred to as “open source”), it comes with a major advantage: anyone can take the code, create a custom version of Android, and distribute the firmware, called ROM, freely to others to put it on their phone or tablet. The benefits of installing these freely available Android versions are numerous and impactful. And you don’t have to be a hacker to do so. In fact, most of the hacks can be applied by following easy step by step instructions...

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Difficulty Level: Basic User. Requirements: Free YouTube To MP3 Converter.

With so much music available for free on YouTube (in Video format), you might wonder how you can get it onto your Samsung device so that you can listen to it without having to use an Internet connection. The answer: download the video on your computer, convert it to MP3, and copy it to your Samsung Galaxy. Learn how to do it in minutes in this step by step tutorial.

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Required Time: 30 Minutes. Difficulty Level: Advanced User.

It is quite annoying if your computer does not want to detect your Samsung Android phone or tablet or if it suddenly stopped detecting it even though it has worked just fine previously. If you are using Samsung Kies and it cannot connect to your phone, it usually gives the “Your phone is not supported” message. In most cases, the solution is one of the two: USB drivers are not correctly installed or some setting on your phone has changed without you noticing it. You can fix the problem by following the steps in this guide...

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