Question about Samsung Cell Phones

Open Question

I have a samsung galaxy GT-18501 phone.there is an edge network symbol always there at de top of de do i get rid of it.Is it there because i hav opened any application related to edge network?

Posted by on


3 Suggested Answers

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I have freestanding Series 8 dishwasher. Lately during the filling cycle water hammer is occurring. How can this be resolved

a 6ya expert can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two.
Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
New users get to try the service completely Free afterwhich it costs $6 per call and covers almost anything you can think of (from cars to computers, handyman, and even drones).
click here to download the app (for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need.

Posted on Jan 02, 2017

  • 2 Answers

SOURCE: I am not able to

dont worry guys i am also having the same problem its phone mistake .the mistake is edgr connection goto settings-wireless settings-mobile network-access point names and change the apn type to mms the problem will solve further question mail me at

Posted on Nov 18, 2010

  • 113 Answers

SOURCE: how to install a third

There is an option to "Allow installation of non-Market applications" at Settings->Applications. Try to mark it "checked", and try again if your third party app installs.

Posted on Feb 06, 2011

Add Your Answer

Uploading: 0%


Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add



Related Questions:

2 Answers

How to fix overheats on Samsung

Samsung Galaxy S6: overheating issue:

Hello. I am a former Samsung FSR (Field Service Rep)

Please consider what you have first. Your Galaxy S6 is a powerful device, like a Lamborghini with a powerful V12 engine. If you run it hard for several hours, it runs hot. The smaller electronics they are.. the hotter it will run ~ and remember it has no fan. It does have a heat sink, but it's nothing like the S7's new heat-pipe.

Just like your computer which will run hot when you play intense graphic games, this is no different on a high end Android device.

It is the nature of all mobile devices to get hot. Meaning no one thing will help you make your phone stay cool if you play intense games, or use Facebook for long periods of time. All devices will have similar experiences.

You just have to learn to live with it.. Things you can do to help lessen the heat issue on your S6:

Lessen the energy output your phone puts out by:

1. decrease the amount of color shown on the screen. You have an AMOLED screen, use it to your advantage.. meaning if you have black color on the screen, those black pixels will actually be off saving you battery life. install Null Black Wallpaper (no color black background instead of colorful wallpaper or a photo). the less energy outputted, the less heat outputted

2. any apps on screen: put them in folders (less color on screen the better), delete any blank desktop screens you don't need, remove any widgets on the desktop screen you don't use (all this uses up battery)

3. turn off any options you are not using: If you are playing a game and you don't have to be connected online turn off WiFi, GPS, bluetooth, multi window, screen rotation, NFC (any of these on but not in use, uses battery and causes heat)

4. in google play store>left side menu>settings: turn off Auto-update apps (if left on when you are playing games it could actively be updating another app(s) without your knowledge causing heat.. at your control you can update your apps at will whenever you want

5. if you don't use an Micro USB OTG cable to female USB, get one they are like less than $5 on ebay.. and get a USB flash drive.. any files, photos, documents, movies, songs you have stored on your phone, move them over to your USB storage stick. Keep the camera saving photos to the phone storage because it makes the camera act faster. when you finish taking photos, move them over to the USB stick. when you leave your device with open storage your intense games will have more freedom to use your device storage rather than having to search through the mess of files you have on it, and making it work less will also decrease heat buildup [i recommend a USB flash drive that is at least shock resistant, water resistant would also be nice. all flash drives and SD cards are fragile whereas you could corrupt the drive/card just by dropping it. a 16GB will go a long way.. i don't recommend storing data on these types of memory for long periods (years), better to burn it to a DVD if you need it archived

6. install All-in-One Toolbox to use: Clean, Boost, RAM Quick Boost functions frequently before and after doing anything intense to help make more room for your memory hungry apps. when your phone starts getting hot use the Toolbox>CPU Cooler in this app.. in this section you can also go to "Boot Speedup" and disable any apps that you do not use and it will disable those apps preventing them from loading into memory when you restart your phone.. be careful what you choose, some system apps need to load.. if you turn it off not understanding that it needs to be enabled you can make your phone crash when it needs to call upon it.. i recommend not disabling any System Apps, and any Samsung/cellular provider apps if you do not know what they are/do

7. learn to wipe your partition cache on your device.. this will help the phone react better.. do this any time the phone starts acting up or at least once a year. Any updates that happen on your device.. after they update.. all those files still remain on the phone. partition wiping it will help clear those unneeded files out making the phone work less hard = less heat

8. turn off S-Voice will make your phone respond faster.. when S-Voice is open, Go to the 3 dots in upper right corner>select Settings>uncheck open via home key

9. turn off Google Cards.. Open Google app>Settings>disable show cards

10. Enable Samsung Power Saving mode when needed.. in settings enable "Restrict performance on" and when needed use Grayscale mode.. switching between what you need can save your battery life.. if you are gaming, i don't recommend turning on Grayscale because it limits your ability visually

11. If you didn't already, enable Developer Options:
Where is the Developer options in the Settings on the S6
change the following selections to 0.5%:
a. Window animation scale
b. Transition animation scale
c. Animator duration scale

12. use a good case with your device that doesn't restrict any of the holes.. the more away your body is to the back of the phone the less you will feel the heat.. and the less your body heat will react with the phone..

13. Remember that if you have too many text messages on your phone.. that can slow down your device and cause heat issues playing intense games.. every time your phone is running, all those text messages are in memory.. texts within the threads count toward the limit of 2,000 max on older phones.. i've seen newer phones with 10-30,000 text messages on them because they have more access to RAM to begin.. the more anything you have on your phone that's just taking up space will slow down your CPU causing heat, wasting battery, and slowing the device down. if you make backup copies of your text messages using Kies, remember that they are compressed and you won't have access to them unless you restore them to your phone.. a better way that i use is to create readable txt message PDF books that can be opened and archived (it's not free, but i find it well worth it):
Create Books From TXTs SMS Android Apps on Google Play

14. Log out of social media Facebook and messenger apps when not in use. If you don't have to be tethered to Facebook waiting for someone to message you.. log out at the minimum when you are playing your games. your battery will thank you.

Feb 22, 2016 | Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

1 Answer

Where will I find solar windmill screen saver

Long press on android home screen -> set wallpaper ->home screen-> live wallpapers/wallpapers

Oct 20, 2015 | Samsung Mobile Phone Galaxy Duo S S6102...

1 Answer

Unlock new Samsung note 4 from etisalat network

Hello. You can unlock your Etisalat network locked Samsung Galaxy Note 4 safer and easier using unique unlock code. You can get the unique unlock code either from the respective network provider or from any trusted vendor online. Good luck.
.................UNLOCKING INSTRUCTIONS.................

Method 1:
1 - Switch ON your Samsung Galaxy Note 4G with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Samsung Galaxy Note 4G will ask for "Password".
3 - Enter the Unlock Code.

OR (if the Samsung Galaxy Note 4G shows "Insert Correct SIM Card")

Method 2:
1 - Switch ON your Samsung Galaxy Note 4G with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Don't bother about what's being displayed on your Samsung Galaxy Note 4G.
3 - Compose : #0111*CODE#.


Jan 07, 2015 | Samsung Cell Phones

1 Answer

How to open gprs in samsung galaxy ace

Go to settings then wireless and networks, mobile networks, access point names, click menu and reset to default then go back to wireless and networks and click enable always on mobile data.

Apr 04, 2013 | Samsung Galaxy Ace Gt-s5830i - Black...

2 Answers

Are there any free sites for unlocking mobile phones i bought phone n net and dont know who the previous service provider was

Hi here some ways to know which network locked your mobile. they are
1.You can ask the previous owner of your mobile about which network he/she used ..
2. Samsung galaxy gio is a Canadian CDMA mobile .So you try all Canadian CDMA network .If your mobile accept any network sim then it mean its locked to that network.
3.Sometimes locked mobile comes with logo displayed in the top of screen about which network it is locked .ie if it is locked to AT&T then AT&T logo is displayed in top of the screen.
Using the above ways you can identify the network to which your mobile is locked.Then free unlock code are untrustable many times .I guide you to have a look at here they help you unlock your Samsung Gio s5660 mobile from network lock using code.

Oct 13, 2012 | Samsung Cell Phones

1 Answer

Preciso de codigo de desbloqueio para Samsung Galaxy Gio GT S5660 - imei - 357331043524907

Hi, To which network has your Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660 been locked to? You can unlock your Samsung galaxy Gio safer and easier using unlock code. You can get the unlock code from at affordable cost.
1 - Switch ON your Samsung GT-S5660 Galaxy GIO with a NOT ACCEPTED SIM Card.
2 - Compose : #7465625*638*CODE# (or *#7465625*638*CODE#).

Oct 03, 2012 | Samsung Galaxy Gio Gt-s5660 Unlocked

1 Answer

I am not able to remove " Edge network"connection indicator symbol from top menu in idle mode fro my samsung galaxy 3 GT-15801 mobile phone. Kindly guide.

dont worry guys i am also having the same problem its phone mistake .the mistake is edgr connection goto settings-wireless settings-mobile network-access point names and change the apn type to mms the problem will solve further question mail me at

Oct 26, 2010 | Cell Phones

2 Answers


That is the EDGE symbol. It comes on whenever your phone detects EDGE network connectivity available.

Sep 27, 2007 | Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 Cellular Phone

Not finding what you are looking for?
Cell Phones Logo

Related Topics:

160 people viewed this question

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top Samsung Cell Phones Experts

Donald DCruz
Donald DCruz

Level 3 Expert

17130 Answers

Computer Repairing
Computer Repairing

Level 3 Expert

14641 Answers

Fotis Papastamatiou

Level 2 Expert

103 Answers

Are you a Samsung Cell Phone Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides