This is the story of my girlfriends struggle to get her iPhone to work. Now that I am starting to tell it I suddenly realize why Apple products are so much more expensive in Europe than in the US. It is because Europeans have better consumer laws than Americans and Apple have to calculate their cost of fixing their faulty products into their prices.
I recently got a problem with my 3rd generation Apple TV . It cannot find any wifi networks. And when it does, it cannot connect to them. And it seems people also have the same problem with an ethernet cable. There is a very easy fix, if you have done everyting by the Apple book.
If you have you downloaded and deleted a lot of apps on an Android phone, you probably have a lot of home screens that you can scroll between. Moving the apps from one to another to clean up the mess is pretty straightforward. Just push, hold and drag like on Iphone. But that might lead you to a lot of unnecessary emtpy pages that is especially anoying on Android since the screens are in an infinite cycle. Here is how to get rid of those extra emtpy screens.
1. Go to the blank screen and hit the menu button (left underneath the screen)
2. Choose Edit page and all the screens you have will pop up.
3. Drag the emty screen to Delete.
This procedure at least works on a Samsung Galaxy Note II with Android 4.1.2
But to get rid of HBO is easier said than done.
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Should I buy the Samsung Galaxy S4? The question is very relevant and if you need a phone right away, you probably should. Or consider an Iphone 5. But if you can, wait.
Switching from IOS to Android can be a little frustrating and I will list a couple of the benefits and disadvantages I have discovered so far. Since this is my first venture out of the Apple world for quite a few years I am not sure if these issues are general to Android or specific to Samsung Galaxy Note II.