The Samsung Galaxy S III was named the top smartphone of 2012 and is very popular. It offers many special features and functions that may take a little time to learn. We discovered some excellent tips that appear on the Samsung Product Support Network on YouTube. These tips are shown for the Samsung Galaxy S III on Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS or Verizon Wireless but many will work with the Samsung Galaxy S III on other carriers.
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There has been a practice of unlocking by owners of iPhones , Android and Samsung Galaxy devices including tablets in order use the device on another network or carriers such as AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint and T-Mobile. A new law goes into effect January 26 which bans unlocking phones without the carriers' permission. In reaction to this law there is now a petition circulation to change it.
First off, if you have an unlocked device, there is very little chance that will ever get in trouble as long as you are not a device trafficker. Unlocking is different from jailbreaking or rooting that changes the original iOS or Android software to allow it load other software or perform new functions.
At CES, the Samsung booth had many great demonstrators showing all the neat features of the Samsung Galaxy Note II. We asked Terrence Blunt to show us how to cut out a head on a photograph so to that you can draw on it or send it as Birthday card or via any other sharing methods. (video follows)
There's a cute Birthday card example that is shown in the S Note section on the Galaxy Note II. Samsung was also using this feature to send to special printers to print the enhanced photos on mugs or T-shirts, this was one of the most popular places at CES.
The LG Optimus G was named one of the top smartphones of 2012. While at CES there were some great demos showing some of the neat features of the LG Optimus G including transparent video zoom, QSlide and QuickMemo.
While rumors are circulating about about the next LG Optimus G, the The LG Optimus G2 which may be announced after the next version of Android at Google I/O in May, the LG Optimus G is readily available at a discount.
Samsung is sending out updates to fix a vulnerability that can be exploited in some Samsung Exynos processors discovered in December. If you receive a notice of the update be sure to download it and install it. AT&T has also confirmed that its Jelly Bean update for the Samsung Galaxy S III is out over-the-air (OTA) via Wi-Fi only (video and update directions follow).
Don't forget it is always a good idea to backup your data before and update as well as have your phone fully or at least 50% charged during the update.
Verizon announced at CES Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 will be available on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE Mobile Broadband network in the coming weeks. We were able to video demonstrations of Photoshop Touch, Cascade View and Dual View.
The Galaxy Note 10.1 features Samsung Smart Remote AllShare Play, Pop up Play and Group Cast. For creative types the S Pen is embedded directly into a slot in the Galaxy Note 10.1, which activates a taskbar with quick access to optimized S Pen apps such as S Note, Adobe Photoshop Touch, Polaris Office and Kno.
The Nexus 4 continually sells out and is hard to find, except at the LG booth at CES. We met with LG's product trainer Brian Scollo who gave some excellent Nexus 4 tips.
There was a crew of several trained demonstrators showing all kinds of neat tricks with the LG Optimus G, showing that Scollo did a great job of training the demonstrators.
In this video, Scollo shows some secrets and how to unlock hidden Bean Flinger in Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean.
Tip: Video Shoot-Out: Droid RAZR HD vs Samsung Galaxy S3 (III), Note 2, LG Optimus G & Nokia Lumia 920
We already know what the reviewers thought of many of the best reviewed smartphones, we thought that we could better help our readers by running the best smartphones around through a series of tests that many other places don't do. Or review of the best smartphones revealed different winners than this test.
If you look at the world around us, you see more people using their phones as cameras than anything else. Often it's not for photographs but for videos of special events or important moments.
If you were lucky enough to receive a new smartphone or tablet this year, we have some tips to make your experience easier. We hope you are able to enjoy one the top ten best hottest coolest smartphones 2012 or maybe a tablet.
No matter what you've got, smartphones and tablets are so complicated nowadays that there usually is a learning curve to get up to speed. In fact, we know intelligent people with PhD's who have told us that the latest devices take time to master. Some people get so frustrated they yell at the device, which does nothing but make the human more angry.
Yesterday, we learned that Consumer Reports rated the LG Optimus G as the best smartphone for AT&T and Sprint networks. Today, we have two videos showing off features and tips.
The LG Optimus G received great reviews for its battery life, fast quad-core processor, 4G LTE, beautiful screen, excellent benchmark tests.
Here are some LG Optimus G videos with tips which may also be helpful for the Nexus 4 which shares many of the same attributes but is in short supply.
Here are some great tips and tricks Droid RAZR M, Droid RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD along with video demonstrations.
The Droid RAZR M, HD and MAXX HD all have pretty much the same software. The differences of the devices are the hardware and sizes of the screen and batteries.
Here are WiMo News' Top Best Tricks and Tips for Droid RAZR HD, RAZR M and RAZR MAXX HD:
To get started quickly, tap Apps> Help for interactive tutorials.
Recently, Samsung released some videos of the well-reviewed Samsung Galaxy S III on YouTube highlighting some of the smartphone's features. The iconic tango music plays in the background. One of the recent videos has been controversial and viewed often because what it implies.
Guess which video has five million more views than any of the other videos?
Let's look at the topics and plots (videos follow) the video demonstrates Samsung Galaxy S III features: