Samsung released a web browser called Internet for VR optimized for Gear VR. Gear VR is the virtual reality device which gives you 360-degree content and experience. The device was launched earlier. Consumers could only play and watch the amazing videos from local storage, YouTube and other HTML5 videos from the web. Also, they could play games and use a bluetooth game controller, but didn’t have the access to the web with a browser. Today, Samsung launched a web browser in the Oculus Store, it is still in beta version. They will be updating it soon and over the time. [Read more…]
If you got your Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge from a network carrier, you also got extra apps from the network which are called bloatware. Also a network locked device gets any firmware update slower than Samsung original firmwares. Also for new features like Apps Edge you need to wait longer if you are not running Samsung original firmware. To run the original firmware and get OTA faster you need to debrand Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge. This requires flashing your phone via Odin. You shouldn’t proceed if you don’t have any sort of experience on using Odin.
Galaxy S6 Edge users on Three UK carrier will get the amazing and useful Apps Edge feature soon. If you got any S6 Edge from this carrier your wait soon to be over. This little tips came from a Samsung insider. I was told the device is supposed to be getting a firmware update starting from next week (date not confirmed) and Apps Edge will enabled inside the device, side by side with People Edge.
Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge released with an amazing 16MP f/1.8 camera at the back. But, this phones came with two different camera sensor. One is made by Sony and the other one is by Samsung themselves. Both of them are nearly the same in real life, most of us even wouldn’t notice the difference much. Both of the sensors captures vibrant images and videos, check out the beautiful images captured with my Galaxy S6 in the early days.
Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 (SM-T900) released with Android 4.4.2 KitKat and Samsung didn’t update the firmware yet to a newer Android version. You need root and custom recovery to flash any custom ROM. In this post I’m going to explain easy step to flash an unofficial CM 12.0 ROM on your Tab Pro 12.2 through custom recovery. I’m using this about a month and happy with it. It is fast and stable while giving you better battery performance and using less system storage.