I have a Samsung Note that just two days ago started crashing after a photo was taken. I need to remove the battery and power it back up. It seems to take the photo ad then the screen goes black.
Any suggestions would be helpful
So I wont be upgrading from the Note 3 to the Note 4 any time soon, but one feature I really like about the Note 4 is the Photo Note feature. This is where you can take a picture of a sign/document/blackboard and be able to alter the contents.
Not holding my breath for Samsung to make this feature available to the Note 3, but i am wondering if anyone knows an app that can do this?
Whenever I get incoming photos, they are all coming in as lower res. I got a portrait photo from another HTC One M8 (AT&T) that came in at 271 x 480, a landscape photo that came in from a Samsung GS3 (AT&T) that came in at 480 x 360 and a portrait photo that came from an iPhone 5 (Verizon) that came in at 360 x 480.
This never happened on my Galaxy Note II. I am using Google Hangouts.
Its Very Easy....
1) Use Greenify (We All know About it)
Second Method Is Below.
C)Click Any Apps And Select Any Pre Installed App
(Ex.. Google Play Games or Any other app which you Use Rarely)
Now click Disable To Disable It...
Tadaaa its Done.. Now Disable what u want And Save More Battry And Ram.
You Can Also Enable It. :beer: