I have a widget on m GN1 called Active Apps Manager. From where did it come?
I want it on my Galaxy S duos (travel phone).
Can it be copied between the two Samsung phones?
I downloaded the "Active Apps" application after learning it was a "top recommended app" of 2013. So it has a little round widget that has a number indicating how many tasks or apps are running. I discovered that what is says is running is different than what the Samsung task manager says is running when you press and hold the button below the screen.
I have Samsung Galaxy Ace 3 S7275R and a Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo Duos i9060 mobile phone and the phone startup speed was okay at first time when not installed any apps (only with the system apps). The Touchwiz launcher (or phone) is slow in startup on both phones. Is it a Samsung bug? It happens on both phones.
I'm more passionate about the Android mobiles. Along with that, I'm looking for a dual sim facility with the DUAL ACTIVE option(while talking in SIM1, I should get waiting for SIM2 calls[without mobile operator call forwarding support]). So please suggest me such DUAL ACTIVE android mobiles.
Customizing lockscreens are getting quite popular lately. There are already a number of apps, but a new one recently hit the Google Play Store called Active Lockscreen by Celltick Ltd. Just like any lockscreen replacement the focal point is shortcuts to apps, but Active Lockscreen gives you more choices as in the number of apps you can choose to open to.
I trying to run an android app on a Samsung Galaxy Rush phone. App works great when phone is active, however when phone goes to sleep (or blank scree mode) the app stops working and can not receive or send data.
Is there a way to keep the phone out of blank screen mode and always active? OR is there a way to keep apps active during the blank screen mode.
I have a Galaxy S4 on t-mobile. They released the 4.3 update last week and I quickly updated my phone and bought a Galaxy Gear.
They pair fine and I can make calls with no issues. However I get no notifications on my Gear. Also, when I click the Samsung Apps icon in the gear manager I get a message that says "samsung apps turned off".
Samsung is moving quickly to diversify its phone line, with variants of the S4 popping out of the wood work left and right, including the Galaxy S4 Zoom, which features a rumored 10x optical zoom on its rear camera.