The Galaxy Alpha is one of the most attractive smartphones to have come out of Samsung’s camps, but it seems the Korean manufacturer is set to discontinue production of the device in the coming weeks.
Bocerulez1 year 4 months agoSorry to say that the build quality on this phone is not what it seems.
Compared with you samsung, Apple it’s like I niche brand, a niche that enormously sell. And you can have the affordable low end phone to be plastic all u want to be more competitive to Xiaomi. Work on the brand you have build like S line and Note line and for low end stream line and set minimum specs that do not jeopardize the performance and experience on usage. Samsung must realized why Apple is still wanted and favorite for most is becoz Apple make their product as simple and as easy as possible and try not to confuse their loyal user. Selfies are a thing, and if you don't vehemently object to the practice you'll be glad to know that your Note 4 has several tools for taking great front-facing camera shots. The software features that support the good sensor and lens also help things along, but there are quite a few to get a handle on if you want to take the best shots with your front-facing camera.
When you're holding a phone as big as the Note 4 to take a picture, it isn't always the most convenient to reach and hit the shutter key on the screen. When you take a picture with the front-facing camera it's going to save the picture that the camera sees, but what you see on the display is actually flipped, like a mirror.
Honestly the most interesting feature of the bunch for selfies on the Note 4 is the "wide selfie" mode. If you take the time to familiarize yourself with a few of the key settings in the Galaxy Note 4 you'll be good to go out and take the best possible front-facing pictures the next time you have the opportunity.
I want to create more accounts to give you more upvotes for the sweet Rick and Morty reference. The Samsung Galaxy S7 is a remarkable smartphone, and the sales have shown its success as well. The reason behind this is that not many people are interested in flashing their newly purchased smartphone. For example, everything on the customization side is directly lifted from the Samsung software. The developer, like me, also likes the TouchWiz this time and has done minor changes to the Samsung firmware. The Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge have a few differences; the most prominent one is the curved edges found on the bigger smartphone. A lot of custom ROMs for Samsung Galaxy S7 are based on the stock firmware; it is because a lot of the other developers are not on its case yet. King ROM is another one of the stock firmware based ROM that is trending at the moment on XDA-Developers.
For example, you can get the traffic meter in the status bar to better monitor your data usage. Exyfire ROM is based on the latest Samsung firmware and comes pre-rooted and fully de-odexed. The developer has even made videos explaining how to install the ROM even though it’s fairly easy to do. Finally, this is the only stock Android-based ROM on this list simply because the others were not stable enough to be on it. If you like the stock look of the Android operating system, then this is the app you should get.
The ROM also comes with on the air updates so you can easily update the ROM whenever needed.
If you are keen on learning more about the smartphone, check out the 10 best features of Samsung Galaxy S7 article. Just like always, if you have any questions about the ROMs or the smartphone itself feel free to talk to us in the comments below. Zapcase cases are are made to bring fun back into designs.The cases are designed to be loud , unique and unconventional. Like its predecessor, Android Marshmallow brings powerful new features to Samsung’s Galaxy smartphones.
Users in Korea started to complain about battery drain, issues with Gear VR, lag, and more. AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint Galaxy Note 5 users are complaining about battery drain, issues with Wi-Fi, and various download problems.
Samsung Galaxy S7 users are seeing sync issues, an issue where the device doesn’t wake up properly, battery life problems, issues with various apps including Chrome, and more.
Of course, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow problems are just the tip of the iceberg.
Galaxy Note 4 users are seeing issues with Wi-Fi, boot loops, freezes, lag, app problems, and more. Samsung recently started rolling out a a huge update for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge in India, T-Mobile’s pushed out some important bug fix updates for the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, and Verizon recently joined the party with some updates of its own. We told you that Samsung is already rolling out bug fix updates for the Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S7. Samsung continues to roll out monthly security updates and there’s always a chance those will deliver a short list of bug fixes for lingering problems. That said, rumors point to an arrival for some devices in late 2016 with most getting the Android Nougat update in 2017. I recieved a pre-order S7 recently, and when I plug an Aux cable into into to it play music on my car stereo I recieve a lot of very strong static and hissing. My Verizon Note 5 is having issues with battery drain and multiple apps (including Amazon) refusing to update. Thanks for your comment, Nikki about the phone vibrating for no reason; I just loaded Marshmallow on my S6 Edge and this constant vibrating is driving me nuts! I have had the ATT Note 5 since it came out and I haven’t had the problems that you are encountering.
I have exactly the same problems so it makes me feel a little better that someone else is with me.
Unveiled by Samsung today at the Unpacked event in Berlin, the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge is the world’s first smartphone with a bended edge. Moving on to the back, the Note Edge comes with the same 16MP sensor as the Galaxy Note 4, one that comes with Smart Optical Image Stabilization.
Below the rear camera there’s the LED flash, and the same heart rate sensor that Samsung initially introduced with the Galaxy S5. Like the LTE Cat 6 version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the Note Edge comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 chipset and 3GB of RAM, a combo that should suffice for even the most demanding task. Samsung has preloaded some apps that make use of the bended display, such as a player that displays the buttons on the side, a camera software that allows you to place the shutter and other buttons on the side, or even some widgets that display stock tickers or recent news. What’s more interesting is that developers will be able to write apps that take advantage of the secondary screen, as the South Korean manufacturer has made the SDK publicly available. Overall, we find the Galaxy Edge to be a really interesting device, but only more time with the device will help us figuring out if the bended edge is a gimmick or actually useful to users. Take a deep breath: the following spec-fest features enough pixels to render the next Lego movie.
Let’s get right to it, then, because we all know it’s going to be the whopping great elephant in the room: in a world-first for phones, Sony has crammed the world’s first 4K screen into its Z5 Premium.

Woe betide the lowly S6 Edge+ with its meagre 518ppi, once thought to be more than enough (given that it’s more density than the naked eye can discern).
Sony has clearly decided to forego the energy and power savings of a lower-resolution screen, or even a QHD display, and cram as many pixels as humanly possible into its 5.5in screen. What we also know is that, for the limited time we had our hands on the Z5 Premium, that 4K resolution didn’t zap our retinae with such stunning definition that we never need see again. Sure, it’s crystal smooth, but the backlight was pretty dim and the improvement over 2K seems hard to discern. Until we properly get to grips with the new device side-by-side with the Edge+ we won’t have a full idea, but until then the victory, by rights, has to go to the Premium, if for nothing else but to congratulate Sony on putting more pixels than anyone ever expected (perhaps needed) into a 5.5in mobile display. Of course, impressive screens come at an impressive cost to battery life – and the two manufacturers seem to have opted for different solutions to this conundrum. Sony’s super-phone sucks on a whopper of a 3430mAh battery, allegedly delivering two days of proper use on a single charge, allegedly through a combination of internal trickery and outright magic.
Samsung, on the other hand, has opted for a 3000mAh juice pack – not bad as it goes, but the real fireworks start when you zap the Edge+ onto its wireless charging pad, where it’ll fully charge in 120 minutes. We’ll call this one a draw, if only because the different capabilities will appeal to different users – but the option of fully boosting our batteries in less time than it takes to watch Gladiator (and we love Gladiator) is an appealing one.
Talking of power hungry performance, Sony has to be hoping the Snapdragon 810’s overheating dramas have been ironed out, given that its bunged one into the Z5 Premium to push all those pixels.
The Edge+, on the other hand, draws on Samsung’s own Exynos octa-core chip: blisteringly fast and (relatively) cool running. In the RAM stakes, the 4GB offering of the Edge+ trumps the Premium by a whole gigabyte – though how noticeable this is will have to wait until they’re in a head-on fight.
Whilst the processing specs of both smartphones might look pretty even, experience suggests real world performance will owe a lot to the software quirks of each device – quirks that have historically affected both Samsung and Sony kit alike.
Given that both manufacturers ship their handsets running skinned versions of Android, it’s a relief that they’re both showing signs of trimming down the bloatware – though Sony’s is arguably the subtler of the two software offerings. Still, this is a spec battle, which means that for now the extra gig of RAM gives the Samsung the nod. The Z5 might have blatantly plastered itself with the Premium moniker, but in truth both are high-end handsets. The Edge+ takes that fabled wraparound screen to a vast new scale, delivering a glass front and a back wrapped in aluminium, but it remains just 6.9mm thick. During our brief hands-on session, the Premium’s reflective panel could’ve melted a marshmallow at 20ft, such was the sheen on it’s back. Beyond the shine, the range-topping Z5 is pretty run-of-the-mill Xperia: slim, rectangular and big-bezelled. Still, one benefit of that ultra-shiny back might be that you don’t need to use flash on the Premium – and you’ll certainly want to use the camera. Packing the same 23MP snapper as the regular Z5 means the Premium gets the same rapid autofocus, lossless zoom and improved image stabilisation as its sibling. In the past, we’ve seen Sony really go to town on the camera smarts of its mobile offerings, but with the Edge+ offering 4K shooting and live-streaming capabilities, the Z5 Premium (and its siblings) is likely to have a fight on its hands. Before you whack out your wallet for a Z5 Premium, don't forget one of the the major advantages the Edge+ packs over the Z5 Premium: Samsung Pay.
Sure, Android Pay is coming with Android Marshmallow very soon, which should enable NFC payments on the Premium – but its roll-out will have to go through the Sony software-skinning process before it hits owners' pockets. Yes, the fingerprint sensor on the Premium might be better placed (Sony has nimbly integrated the scanner into the Z5’s power button), but it’s a long shot to suggest that might be enough to keep it ahead of the Edge+, even when Android's Pay possibility finally emerges. Where the Edge+, well, edges it on processor power and design, the Z5 Premium has it all tied up on screen smarts and shooting skills. It might just be that these handsets will appeal to different people – both are statement pieces, but in very different ways. Perhaps the more important question, then, is whether the Premium is deserving of its name tag, given the relatively limited upgrades over its standard Z5 sibling – and it’s one we can only answer when we’ve fully reviewed it. Replacing the Galaxy Alpha with the A5 will also help Samsung attract more attraction towards its Galaxy A lineup, which offer all-metal designs and attractive hardware and features at a good price.
I rooted it and got rid of some samsung apps but I’m currently downloading the stock rom, to return to Samsung OOTB Alpha. Be focus, quantity of model just make loyal customer confused and end up don’t know which one to get.
The cameras on the front of phones are almost always second class citizens compared to the rear shooters, but the Note 4's 3.7MP camera with a super wide angle lens is actually quite good.
We're going to walk you through some of the features you should be aware of on the Note 4's camera, and how to make the most of them for the best front-facing pictures.
Combining the wide aspect ratio with the wide-angle lens can often make shots look a little too wide, particularly when in landscape, so you can choose other aspect ratios if you want. Samsung has turned on two more methods for taking pictures on by default, though, letting you press either volume key or put your finger on the heart rate sensor to capture photos. If you would prefer that the camera save the exact shot that you see on the display before you press the shutter key (or volume key), you can turn that on.
This mode uses the same tech you're used to using for panorama shots on the rear camera, but used instead on the front-facer to get everyone (or all of the scenery behind you) in a single shot. I’ve always flashed another ROM on my Samsung device as soon as I get bored with the stock features. Although I may be satisfied, a lot of other people only want Samsung’s hardware, not their software. This is entirely understandable because flashing a custom ROM on your new device voids any warranties. As it is built on the TouchWiz user interface, there were a lot of familiar aspects to this ROM. One of the best things about this ROM is that it can boot up in only 15 seconds after the initial setup boot. You can disable signature check, enable outdoor mode in screen setting and even speed up the animations of the UI. The goal of this ROM is to give full functionality without bloatware, so the ROM is stripped of all bloatware without affecting the functions. I’ve included this ROM on the best custom ROM for Samsung Galaxy S7 list simply because how thorough the developer has been on the landing page.
The developer is also very passionate in updating his ROM so you’ll be sure that it will be supported for a very long time. This is one of the smallest Nexus ROM available for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and comes in at only 946 MB in size. I highly recommend this ROM for the Android purists who don’t like what Samsung has done to the OS. I’m pretty sure that as time goes on, more developers will take a liking to this device and exceptional ROMs will pop up.
Or if you already own the device and need to learn more tricks, check out the best tips, tricks, and hacks for Samsung Galaxy S7.
If you’re planning to upgrade to the Galaxy S7, make sure you do your homework before buying. You can also use social media sites like Twitter to gather valuable feedback from fellow users. Many of these are plaguing Galaxy S7, Galaxy S6 and Galaxy Note users on Marshmallow and we expect many of these same fixes to work.

Sh­­­­­­­­­e ha­­­­­­­­­s be­­­­­­­­­en une­­­­­­­­­mplo­­­­­­­­­yed fo­­­­­­­­­r 8 mo­­­­­­­­­nt­­­­­­­­­hs bu­­­­­­­­­t las­­­­­­­­­t mo­­­­­­­­­nth he­­­­­­­­­r inco­­­­­­­­­me wa­­­­­­­­­s $20978 jus­­­­­­­­­t wo­­­­­­­­­rkin­­­­­­­­­g o­­­­­­­­­n th­­­­­­­­­e comp­­­­­­­­­ut­­­­­­­­­er fo­­­­­­­­­r a fe­­­­­­­­­w hour­­­­­­­­­s. I’ve soft reset, cleared cache and data and hard reset the device many times each and still no avail.
My Note 5 has also locked up on me 3 times since the update, each time automatically rebooting itself. Good to hear that I am not the only one having this issue (and like you, I also did a factory reset but fail to overcome this vibrating issue).
I am experiencing problems with my sync, apps (including Skype and Whatsapp on voice calls), Bluetooth and others.
Its good to enjoy Lollipop rather than struggling in Marshmallow at least you will be happy with what you have got !!!
Now that we know the manufacturer had to say about the device, it’s time to get our hands on the device and share a few first impressions.
The feature removes blur from photos when the object or the camera is moving, while also letting in more light, thus allowing for brighter pictures. That part of the display ads 160 pixels to the width, and can be used for multiple purposes, depending on the app.
To be more specific, the Note Edge will come with the same S Pen as the Galaxy Note 4, its close sibling. We’re pitting the S6 Edge+ and its 518ppi wraparound visage against the ultra-shiny, ultra-new, 4K-toting Xperia Z5 premium in a crib sheet battle to end all crib sheet battles. Sony reckons that, coupled with its X-Reality tech, the difference will be massive – we’ll believe it when we can long-term test it ourselves. Opting for an ultra-mirrored finish (rather than the subtler frosted glass of the standard Z5), Sony’s new baby is a real shiner – literally.
That was, until we got our greasy mitts on it: the Z5 Premium is the fingerprint magnet to end all fingerprint magnets. It’ll certainly grab fashionistas’ attentions, but you wouldn’t have to push us hard to opt instead for the subtler (not a word commonly used in reference to a 5.7in phone) styling of the S6 Edge+. Furthermore, while the Galaxy Alpha made headlines due to its attractive design and the fact that it was the first Android phone from Samsung to feature a metallic body, it hasn’t really done too well in terms of sales, mainly due to its high price. It can be applied from a 0 to 8 scale of intensity, and the effect is seen live on your face as you change it. You can press either volume up or down to instantly capture a shot, or press and then remove your finger on the heart rate sensor to do the same. When you switch to the front-facing camera, hit the "Mode" button and select wide selfie to get started. However, this time around Samsung has done a great job in optimizing the custom Android skin they call TouchWiz.
These five best custom ROMs for Samsung Galaxy S7 are good, but they’re not totally there yet. If you have your eyes set on a particular ROM, and you are a veteran Android user, you can try out different ROMs and go back to the stock one if you want.
The ROM removes all the apps that can easily be downloaded from the Google play store to avoid bloating the ROM.
The ROM also comes with the ad blocker natively enabled, this is a great feature if you’re tired of full-screen pop-up ads.
Apart from that, there are several tweaks to the power usage and battery savings, but they are all behind the curtains. They include problems with notifications, installation errors, battery life problems, and more.
That is to say that the Galaxy S6 Marshmallow update is a little different than the Galaxy Note 5 Marshmallow update.
Samsung expects that the pair of Galaxy S6 smartphones that go on sale at midnight will help the company overcome a recent surge by its rival Apple.Demand for the Galaxy S6 Edge, which features a screen stretching down two sides, probably will exceed supply as the company works to manufacture enough flexible screens, the co-chief executive Shin Jong Kyun said in Seoul yesterday. Below the display we can find a fingerprint reader integrated in the home button, flanked by two capacitive navigation buttons in pure Samsung style. When you’re in the menu, the edge will display some sort of launcher that can be used to place shortcuts for your favorite apps. The new S Pen from Samsung can recognize 2048 pressure levels, and Samsung has also integrated through some interesting software features in its TouchWiz implementation.
But what we do know is that the Edge+’s Super AMOLED is an interface of divine beauty and colour.
Samsung has built the Galaxy S series for 4years+, the brand has been established in all people in mind.
Even though the internal memory only has 4gb for apps, the SOFTWARE is modifies in such away it, it auto install the app to the external SDCard if it is available.
It's available in the shortcut bar by default, but of course you can set it to 0 and remove it if you don't want the effect placed on you at all for a "natural" look. Just like a panorama you'll hit the shutter key, then slowly sweep the phone to the left and right to fill the frame — you even get a guide in the corner showing you when to move and stop.
The core functions of the Samsung firmware are still available on the ROM, for example, themes, the ad screen and always on display are activated.
When It would pop up saying I needed to update I would hit the remind me later or what ever it says. Nor will it display the keyboard so that I can bypass the fingerprint by entering my password. I wish I saw this article before my phone updated on March 23rd because I would never have allowed it!! The frame is made out of metal, as Samsung appears to be more involved with the use of the material in its high-end products.
So even people only has 4GB, they still can download and install many App and RUN the App without having PROBLEM of memory full. It'll take a few seconds to process after completing, but then you'll have a super wide-angle shot that can fit even the biggest crowd in together. Please do not ditch away the flagship name you have build over the years and try to create another sub flagship that confuse the consumers. They never did before with the other samsung or lg or Sony Xperia I had (while they had iPhone 4 or 4s). All are having memory full issue bcoz even Whatsapp images are auto stored at external SD card. And also I heard from numerous Marshmallow Users that they can no longer use custom or 3rd party fonts on their phones anymore. You must produce a good phone slick, clean, quality builded with that screenand you will sell.
Cause If custom fonts aren’t working then I want to hold off till they get them working again before I get the update!

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