Category: Troubleshooting

What’s Draining Your Samsung Galaxy’s Battery?

Rapid battery drain is a relatively common issue not only with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, but with mobile devices in general. The good news is that rapid battery drains are typically fairly easy to troubleshoot and fix yourself. More often than not, the culprit is a malfunctioning app or a power setting. Bear in mind… Read more »

Resolving the Galaxy Tab’s “Warning: Camera Failed” Error

Generally speaking, Samsung’s Galaxy tablets have proven to be remarkably reliable and user-friendly devices. That said, no device is perfect, and some users have reported a few common technical hiccups since the latest models were released last year. One of these issues is an error message that reads “Warning: Camera Failed” upon initializing the default… Read more »

Troubleshooting Galaxy Tab Wireless Connectivity Issues

There are plenty of good things we can say about Samsung’s Galaxy tablets. Between the solid build design, snappy performance and expandable memory option, the Galaxy Tab is widely considered to be one of the best tablets on the market. For all its virtues, however, many Galaxy Tab users have reported issues with Wi-Fi connectivity. 1. Slow… Read more »

Common Causes of the PS4’s “Blue Light of Death”

With its impressive library and powerful hardware, Sony’s PlayStation 4 console has been remarkably successful since it launched in late 2013. For all the good things we can say about the PS4, however, it has had a few technical hiccups along the way as well. The most notable of these is the infamous “blue light… Read more »

Troubleshooting Your Slow WiFi Connection

There are few things more frustrating than a wireless internet connection that suddenly comes to a screeching halt. Whether you’re working, gaming or just surfing the web, a slow WiFi connection can render your internet connection functionally useless. Before we start troubleshooting, however, first we need to make sure that the WiFi is really the… Read more »