March 2018
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Galaxy S9 touchscreen issues now being looked into by Samsung
Galaxy S9 touchscreen issues now being looked into by Samsung
There have been some reports about Galaxy S9 touchscreen issues lately which are now being looked into by Samsung. Some Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ owners have complained about dead spots on the display of their units in threads on Samsung’s official support forums and Reddit. Samsung has acknowledged the matter a few days after these reports surfaced and has now said that it’s looking into the matter.

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Galaxy S9 touchscreen issues

This doesn’t appear to be a widespread problem as only a small group of users have complained about it. The vast majority of customers who picked up Samsung’s new flagship have not experienced any Galaxy S9 touchscreen issues.
On a device that’s almost all touchscreen on the front and keeping in mind that it’s the only way to interact with it, you would obviously want the touchscreen to work without any issues whatsoever. Some Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ users have complained about dead spots on their units, the term “dead spots” refers to sections of the display where touch input is either ignored or not registered, to begin with. Most of the reports about these dead spots have been about the Galaxy S9+.
The dead spots aren’t present in one particular section of the display on all affected units rather they’re in different places on different units. Some users report that they have been able to address the issue by either turning up the sensitivity or by simply doing a factory reset. Others haven’t had much luck with these remedies.
Samsung has issued a statement to Engadgetconfirming that it’s looking into “a limited number of reports” about touchscreen issues on the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+.
At Samsung, customer satisfaction is core to our business and we aim to deliver the best possible experience. We are looking into a limited number of reports of Galaxy S9/S9+ touchscreen responsiveness issues. We are working with affected customers and investigating.
We encourage any customer with questions to contact us directly at 1-800-SAMSUNG.
Have you experienced these Galaxy S9 touchscreen issues on your device? Let us know in the comments below.
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LG K8 (2018) announced in Russia as LG K9
LG K8 (2018) announced in Russia as LG K9
LG out of nowhere has just announced the LG K9 in Russia. The device is the same LG K8 (2018) that was announced earlier at the MWC. Other than the name change, the LG K9 is basically same with the k8 (2018) with the same designs and internal configurations. Targeted at the budget segment of the market, the LG K9 flaunts a compact 5-inch IPS LCD with a 720x1280px resolution and 16:19 aspect ratio.

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Powering the LG K9 is the Snapdragon 210 chip with a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor coupled with 2GB RAM, 16GB storage expandable up to 32GB using microSD card slot.
The  LG K9 has a rear fingerprint sensor and boots Android 7.1.2 Nougat out-of-the-box with LG’s customized user interface. LG hasn’t promised an update to Android 8, but it is an important update that many look forward to getting.
Powered by a 2500mAh battery, the LG K9 features an 8-megapixel rear-shooter and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera with Gesture Shot, HDR mode, Flash Jump Shot, and Display Flash for selfies. Connectivity options include a 4G LTE and VoLTE support, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, micro USB 2.0 port, and a 3.5mm audio port.
LG K8 (2018) announced in Russia as LG K9
LG K8 (2018) announced in Russia as LG K9

LG K9 specifications

  • 5-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) On-cell Touch 2.5D curved glass IPS display
  • 1.3 GHz Quad-Core processor
  • 2GB LPDDR3 RAM with 16GB (eMMC) storage, expandable memory up to 32GB with microSD
  • Android 7.1.2 (Nougat)
  • Single / Dual SIM
  • 8MP rear camera with LED flash
  • 5MP front-facing camera (K10 α)
  • Dimensions: 146.3 x 73.2 x 8.2mm; Weight:  152g
  • 3.5mm audio jack, FM Radio
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS
  • 2500mAh removable battery
  • Aurora Black, Moroccan Blue and Terra Gold colors
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How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
Hey guys! Here is another tutorial again "How To Remote Control Your IPhone From Your Pc". Actually, I was thinking one idea of playing iPhone game screen on my Windows PC so I thought about doing some setup by which I can access my iPhone screen on my PC. I was somehow confident that there must be some way by which this can be possible but not sure about some ways that I was knowing. So I researched over the internet and tested some of the ways. Very few of them worked well so I filtered out one that was perfect and was good according to the requirements that we generally have. So I decided to write one article on this so that you guys can also implement that on your iPhone. So have a look at the complete tutorial below to proceed.

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Step To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC

1. First of all, you need to download and install one cool app that is Airserver on your Windows PC, this is the app that will allow your iPhone screen to be shared on your Windows screen.

How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
2. Once you download this app according to your Windows version you need to click on the installation process to proceed.

3. In the initial installation process, you need to select the option ” I want to try Airserver Universal” and then the folder where you want to install this tool.


How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
4. On the login windows program option, you need to select the “no” so that this tool can’t get launch whenever you log in to your PC.

How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
5. Now on the last screen, you need to click on the “try” option to finish the installation. Once you are done you will see this tool will get installed and you now need to pair both PC and iPhone.

How To Remote Control Your iPhone From Your PC
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How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
Hey guys.! Am back with another new tutorial "How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9". Look no further than this guide if you want to learn how to disable Bixby on Galaxy S9 and other compatible handsets like the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung’s virtual assistant has its pros but many users simply don’t feel the need to use it particularly if they heavily rely on Google services because in that case, it’s really hard to beat Assistant which is deeply integrated with the company’s services and smart home devices.

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Many just want to find out how to disable Bixby on Galaxy S9 because they can’t stand the fact that their new device has a physical button for a feature they don’t want to use. This was particularly frustrating for Galaxy S8 owners soon after the device was released last year because Samsung didn’t allow them to remap the button and didn’t even make it possible for the button to be disabled even though it gets in the way and the accidental presses drive users nuts.
This comprehensive guide will teach you how to disable Bixby on Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 completely.

How to disable Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S9

Disable the physical Bixby button
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
After many complaints from Galaxy S8 owners, Samsung finally decided to let users disable the physical Bixby button last year. The process is simple enough. Hit the key to launch Bixby and tap on the gear icon at the top. A toggle will appear. Turn it off and you’re good to go. It’s a shame that this renders a perfectly usable button on the device useless and you can’t use it for any other purpose.
Disable voice wakeup
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
As you might be aware, the button isn’t the only way you can summon Bixby. The method detailed above merely disables the button but since you’re here to learn how to disable Bixby on Galaxy S9 completely, you’ll also want to know the procedure to disable voice wakeup. To do that, swipe over to the left of your home screen to launch Bixby. Tap on the three-dot hamburger menu at the top and open the settings menu to locate the Bixby Voice toggle. Once you turn it off Bixby will not come up no matter how many times you say the “Hi, Bixby” hotword.
Disable Bixby Home
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
How To Disable Bixby On The Samsung Galaxy S9
Since this is a guide about how to disable Bixby on Galaxy S9 completely, we’re not quite done. You’ll also want to do away with Bixby Home, the side of Samsung’s assistant that surfaces contextual information, that you can access by swiping to the left of your home screen. To disable Bixby Home just tap and hold on any empty section of your home screen and then keep swiping to the right to reach the last panel on the left. Here, you’ll find the toggle to turn Bixby Home on and off.

Why you shouldn’t rule out Bixby just yet

So now you know how to disable Bixby on Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 but allow me to play the devil’s advocate here for a second. Bixby is still in its infancy when compared to other assistants like Siri, Cortana, Alexa and Google Assistant. Bixby 2.0 is going to bring substantial improvements for Samsung’s assistant and make it a lot easier to give continuous voice commands.
Moreover, Samsung is rapidly expanding Bixby to other devices like TVs and smart home appliances to create a wider ecosystem. Samsung is also working on a Bixby-powered smart speaker that will double as a hub for smart home devices. There’s a lot more to be expected from Bixby down the line so let us not dismiss it entirely just yet.
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Samsung Galaxy S10 Snapdragon 855 processor likely to be a 7nm chip
Samsung Galaxy S10 Snapdragon 855 processor likely to be a 7nm chip
I know, I know, it’s a bit too early to be talking about the Galaxy S10 right now but this will be interesting for those who like to keep track of processor nodes. We’re assuming here that Samsung’s 2019 Galaxy S flagship will be called the Galaxy S10 but what we certainly don’t have to assume is that it’s going to feature a more powerful chip than the Galaxy S9’s Exynos 9810/Snapdragon 845 duo.

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According to a report, which when taken into consideration with a recent announcement made by Qualcomm, suggests that the company’s next flagship processor will be a 7nm chip. If that’s accurate, the Galaxy S10 will likely be the first smartphone to feature it.

Galaxy S10 Snapdragon 855 processor

Qualcomm unveiled the Snapdragon X24 yesterday, it’s the company’s new LTE modem for smartphones which promises theoretical download speeds of up to 2Gbps. Qualcomm says that this is the first Category 20 LTE modem with support for such high speeds and it happens to the first LTE modem that has been manufactured on the 7nm FinFET architecture.
Since Qualcomm has said that we can expect the first commercial devices with this modem to hit the market by the end of this year, it goes without saying that the X24 won’t debut with the Snapdragon 845, the chip that’s going to power the Galaxy S9 in markets like North America. The Snapdragon 845 has Qualcomm’s Snapdragon X20 LTE modem.
Qualcomm is yet to confirm the process on which its next high-end SoC is going to be built but it appears that the LinkedIn profile of a Qualcomm contractor’s employee has revealed that the “latest Snapdragon chip” is the Snapdragon 855 and that it’s being built on the 7nm FinFET node.
Therefore, it is now being speculated that the Snapdragon 855 will be the world’s first SoC to be built on the 7nm FinFET process and may also include the new 7nm LTE modem that the company announced just yesterday. It doesn’t seem out of the realm of possibility when you think about it.
Samsung Galaxy S10 Snapdragon 855 processor likely to be a 7nm chip
Samsung Galaxy S10 Snapdragon 855 processor likely to be a 7nm chip
Do keep in mind, though, that this is pure speculation based on circumstantial evidence right now so until there’s concrete information to go on, maybe don’t start dreaming about the significant and efficiency gains that a 7nm chip would bring to the Galaxy S10.
While Samsung has manufactured Qualcomm’s recent Snapdragon chips on its 10nm process, it was reported last year that Qualcomm has contracted TSMC to manufacture its next-generation high-end chipset on its 7nm process.
Samsung’s 7nm process was delayed because the company wanted to focus more on its 10nm process. On the other hand, TSMC skipped the 10nm process and focused entirely on the 7nm process. It supplied 7nm chip development tools to its clients in 2016.
Samsung recently revealed that it’s going to provide 8nm and 11nm processes to customers this year and start a risk production of 7-nano. TSMC started risk production on the 7nm process last year.
However, some industry analysts believe that Samsung’s 8nm node is actually a “relaxed version” of its 7nm using multiple patterning. This suggests that the company will be able to deliver similar performance with its 8nm that other foundries like TSMC do with their 7nm process.
Samsung’s 7nm will then likely be superior to its rivals when it eventually arrives. This will be courtesy of the extreme UV (EUV) lithography technology for making microprocessors that Samsung will use for 7nm compared to the more traditional optical process used by TSMC.
It’s because of EUV that Apple is expected to return to Samsung for its 7nm A12 processors. TSMC has been Apple’s exclusive chip manufacturer since the whole chipgate controversy with Samsung.
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How To Manage Your Google Chrome History
How To Manage Your Google Chrome History
hey guys! It been a while that I've drop tutorial, Today am going to show you 'How To Manage Your Google Chrome History'. As we all know that we are using this browser on our smartphone and PC more than any other browser so it makes developers more responsible to build the customizations that can be possible on this. And there are a number of developers that are working daily to make the extensions that can add up some cool features in this browser. And till now there are a number of extensions that are added to the chrome market that you can use to customize the browser’s functioning. And I keep on posting the new guides that you use to get these latest extensions. So again I’m here with one new guide that will help you to customize the history storage in your Google Chrome.

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While working on two different projects I keep on manage history so that cookies extra get stored differently for all websites but I always keep on deleting history to make it better according to my work. So I researched a little on this so that I can get something that can help me better manage the history and I can access any particular history instantly and I got the way by which I was able to do this. As the extension that I’m going to discuss right here work same. And using that you will have one complete custom dashboard of your history by which you can easily explore any date and time history. So have a look at complete guide discussed below to proceed.

Steps To Better Manage Your History In Google Chrome:

1.  First of all launch Google Chrome browser in your PC and there you need to download and install one extension that is History Eraser the extension that will create a custom dashboard for you that will help you to better access to the history of any date and time.

2. Click on “Add to Chrome” button to get the extension added to your browser and once the extension is added you will see the icon at the top right corner of your browser.
How To Manage Your Google Chrome History
How To Manage Your Google Chrome History
3. Now you just need to click on that icon and you will see one custom dashboard in your Chrome and you will see the history listed by date and time. You can also edit lots of things that will help you to change default history page to new customized one that will have more options and you can easy access to any particular data.
How To Manage Your Google Chrome History
How To Manage Your Google Chrome History
4. You can also change the things for URLs and particular pages. That’s it you are done, now you have one customized history panel.
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Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 8 Based On Google Camera
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 8 Based On Google Camera 
Google Lens is a visual search tool that the internet search giant announced last year. It analyzes what the smartphone camera sees and then provides relevant content. The feature is called Google Lens and while it was initially kept exclusive to Google’s Pixel handsets, the company decided to bring Lens to all Android devices running Google Photos last week.

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The company had also said at the Mobile World Congress 2018 last month that the camera-based Google Lens experience would be rolled out to select “compatible flagship devices.” While it didn’t mention any of Samsung’s devices, the company’s flagships have received it. The camera-based Google Lens experience is available on the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8.

Camera-based Google Lens on Galaxy S9

The camera-based Google Lens experience provides functionality similar to Bixby’s AR features. First, launch Google Assistant on the device and then tap on the Google Lens logo in the bottom right corner. This will launch the camera UI and that’s when you point at an object and if Lens recognizes it, it will provide relevant information about the object.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 8 Based On Google Camera
Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 8 Based On Google Camera 

Google Lens also comes in handy when you want to quickly add information from a business card to your contacts. It can create a contact from a business card and can also be used to identify landmarks around you.
However, it appears that this functionality hasn’t been made available to those who are running the stable version of the Google App on their devices. We’ve also tested this on our devices and confirmed that the camera-based Google Lens experience is only enabled on the Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 when the beta version of the Google App is installed. Those who don’t have it can head over to the Play Store right now to sign up for the beta and download the app.
Since Google is already testing this feature in the beta version of the app, it may only be a matter of time before the stable version of the app gets this functionality as well.
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