Question about Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 GSM Cellphone Unlocked - Black
My ace has stopped playing music no ring tone or alarm tone and all my stored contacts have dissapeared any ideas
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace and until now its been great, however i was playing on this game (which the phone said was legit and fine and was called pipes or something) and then the screen started sh
If you have a waranty take it back to the store so they can restore the software. If you don't have a valid waranty, you can try to install an android custom rom or the Galaxy Ace one, if you can find it, yourself.
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Posted on Aug 03, 2012
Hey there you are able to find most manuals at "Manuals.com", but if there is no manual for your android powered Samsung then you could ask me exactly what it is you are trying to accomplish and I will provide you with the appropriate answer.
Posted on Jul 03, 2012
There are many free apps on the google play that can assist in saving battery life. Each one is slightly different and it really depends on your preference. For example, JuiceDefender can help you maintain proper profiles for your phone so it uses the least amount of power possible depending on the situation. Or ES task manager which helps your delete running processes and apps.
Other than apps the best way to save battery is really to change certain settings.
1. Do not use live wallpaper. Although they look nice they **** up a lot of battery life.
2. Turn off Wi-fi, data, gps, bluetooth when you are not using them. They also drain battery like crazy. you can get a simple widget to easily control them on your front screen.
3. Turn down the brightness of the screen and amount of time it stays on because typically the screen is one of the largest battery hogs.
4. Disable apps that automatically sync like email or certain games.
5. Limit the amount of storage space used. so uninstall things you don't need.
6. If your phone is rooted, there are even more options and apps to limit the things running on your phone to increase battery life.
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
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