For those of you who may have took bad photos like all of us will do at some point in our life(or do it more often), here’s how to easily fix terrible, bad photos with blown-out highlights or too-dark scenes. If you have Galaxy Note 8, S8, or S8+ you can use the Photo Editor Pro which has load of options and customization just like Photoshop but better optimized for phones.
(Above is my Note 7 fully charged to 100% and with green icon, this is an ORIGINAL Note 7, not the second edition.)
If you’ve accidentally put your S-pen backwards, you will have a problem where your S-Pen gets stuck. Now, there’s a way to fix this so just don’t try to yank it out as that will break your S-Pen detection sensor.
HTC One M9 has one big flaw, that its auto-focus does not work correctly. 5 out of 10 shots taken with the M9 results in over-exposed photos and depending on where you focus, the exposure changes constantly. This is worse than the HTC One M7 and M8. Since this is a matter of the camera’s auto focus not doing job correctly, it should be fixed with a camera firmware update by HTC in the future.
Are you getting “could not allocate 1778070480 bytes” while flashing the latest Android 5.1 firmware or other versions?
Many users have told me their 3G/4G LTE data network connection is broke after installing a custom ROM. Well, in most of these cases, it can easily be fixed by manually setting the APN (Access Point Name). This applies to any GSM networks such as AT&T or T-Mobile. For CDMA networks like Sprint or Verizon, they also use APNs but you don’t have to set them and should work out of the box.
For those of you having some trouble with your Play Store such as Play Store force closing or giving you an error when downloading/installing/purchasing new apps, here’s a simple way to reset Play Store data and make it work again.