The LED notifications on my Motorola Moto G don’t work at all. All the relevant settings in the menu are checked appropriately, as I have copied them from those of a friend with the same model. But I don’t see any LED notifications ever. The sound notifications work fine, but never the LED ones.
Is there a way to fix this, because it seems silly to send it back to the shop for something like this…
I am having some issues with my HTC One or, more specifically, with its HTC Sync Manager. Every time I charge my phone on my laptop, the Sync Manager starts automatically, which is not a problem on its own. After I close the window, however, the program keeps on starting. No matter how many times I close the dialog window, it keeps popping up again.
Is there a way to make it stop, without getting rid of the possibility of using a computer-phone sync program?
I own an almost two years old Samsung Galaxy S3, which has always worked perfectly. Recently I am having some issues in reading my emails.
A couple of days ago, when I tried to sync the app, I got an error message stating that the password was incorrect.
I retyped it, but another error message stating that it was not possible to connect with the server appeared.
I decided to change the password in my account, but even the new password was not accepted.
What should I try next?
I have not bought an e-reader until now because I do most of my reading in the bathtub. I recently saw an advert for the Kobo Aura H20, claiming that it was waterproof.
Is this true? Does this feature make it thicker or more difficult to handle than other e-readers? Is it still a fast and responsive device?
I am a university student, and I have weekly readings that I need to do while on the move. I would like a portable device that would allow me to read files in both. Epub and.PDF formats. Most importantly, I would like to be able to modify these texts, such as underlining important bits, or taking notes about difficult passages. Is there an e-reader that does this, or am I better off buying a tablet?
Is there a significant difference between the two devices? How do they compare on some basic functions (i.e. display resolution, power, camera…)? And, ultimately, which one is the best at what it does?
Hello, I finally decided on investing on an e-reader. There are so many choices available, however, that I am finding the task somewhat daunting. Price is of no particular issue in this case. I would like someone to point me to the best e-reader I can buy.
Which one offers more readability, more functions and connectivity?
I would like to buy an e-reader and, even though most of them are similar, some offer unique features. I am not exactly sure how important these features are. I am buying an e-reader because bright screens give me a headache.
Do luminescent screens on e-readers induce the same fatigue to the eyes? Are WiFi and 3G internet connections useful, considering most of my collection is already sorted and waiting to be uploaded? What is the most important feature I should look for in an e-reader?
My mobile data company is pushing me to buy a new phone with a 4G plan. This would be significantly more expensive, and I won’t have unlimited data of internet use. However, they guarantee that I would reach an ADSL speed on my phone, which would be quite handy. I still remain unsure, however.
Is it worth it? Should I wait for the prices to go down a bit? Is the increased speed really noticeable?
I already own a tablet and a smartphone. Since both of them are getting old, I was thinking of swapping them for a Samsung Galaxy Note 4. From what I read online this device will allow me the wide screen and functionality of a tablet with the portability of a phone.
Is this true? Is a phone so big actually practical? Is a tablet so small usable? How does it compare in terms of functions with a smartphone and a tablet?