Samsung Galaxy S5 FAQ’s, Common Problems, and Solutions

By Jack Armijo | Basics

You’ve got questions about your Samsung Galaxy S5.  I’ve got the answers.    Wondering if there’s a problem with your Samsung Galaxy S5.  Here are the solutions for the Common Problems associated with the Galaxy S5.

This page is updated frequently so come back often.

 

1. Is My Galaxy S5 Really Waterproof? Can I Take Underwater Pictures With It?

The Galaxy S5 is water resistant not water proof.  That means it can withstand the occasional spills and maybe an accidental drop in the pool as long as its retrieved quickly.

Running water, flowing water, pressured water of any type is bad news for your Galaxy S5.

Solution

If your Galaxy S5 has already taken a swim do not turn it on.

  • Take the back off and remove the battery.
  • Put it in a container of rice.  Rice will absorb the moisture.
  • Let it sit in there overnight before attempting to turn it on.

If you really want to take underwater pictures try out the DandyCase Waterproof Case for your Galaxy S5.  For $11 you can ensure you’re Galaxy S5 will be protected.

If you get any amazing pics of your dog fetching his favorite toy in the pool.  You’ve got to send them to me.   I would love to see them.

2. Why Does The Galaxy S5 Camera Take So Long To Take A Picture?

The Samsung Galaxy S5 comes with Picture Stabilization activated.  Its designed to help in low light situations.

Solution

Many people have found success; including me.  By turning it off.  Once I turned off Picture Stabilization the camera was much more enjoyable.

To turn off Picture Stabilization open the Camera app.  Tap on the Gear icon.

GS5 Camera Settings Icon

The Gear Icon opens the Settings Menu for the camera on the Galaxy S5.

Now locate Picture Stabilization.  It should be in the top row of Options.  Tap on it to turn it off.

GS5 Picture Stabilization

Most Galaxy S5 owners, including me, have found that turning off Picture Stabilization really improved the speed of the camera.

Tap on the Back Arrow key to exit the Settings Menu.

 

3. Why Does My Galaxy S5 Feel Sluggish When I Press The Home Key?

Samsung has added additional voice commands to the Galaxy S5 in an app called S Voice.  To activate S Voice you press the Home key 2 times.  So when you press the Home Key, your Galaxy S5 is waiting to see if you’re going to press it again.  

Solution

You can turn off S Voice activation by pressing twice on the Home Key.  When S Voice opens tap on the 3 Dots Menu in the upper right corner.

GS5 SVoice

Always look for the 3 Dots menu for additional settings

 

Tap on Settings

GS5 SVoice Menu

Tap on the checkmark next to “Open Via the Home Key”.  No checkmark means this feature is already turned off.

GS5 SVoice Settings Options

Turning off S Voice activation via the Home key has helped many Galaxy S5 owners speed up their devices.

 

 4. Why Does My Galaxy S5 Seems Slow When Exiting Some Apps

It could be the Homescreen and Lockscreen Animations making your Galaxy S5 seem sluggish.  

Solution

Turn off animation effects when switching between Homescreen panels and Lockscreen Unlock Effects.

Homescreen Transition Effects

Long press on a blank spot on your Homescreen.  Tap on Homescreen settings

GS5 Homescreen Settings

Long-press on an empty space on one of the Homescreen panels to open the Homescreen settings menus.

 

Tap on Transition effects

 

GS5 Homescreen Transitions

Transition effect allows you to pick the animation that occurs when you scroll back and forth between your Homescreen panels.

 

Tap on None

GS5 Homescreen Transition Effects

Selecting None means there is no animation when scrolling back and forth between Homescreen panels. This could reduce the feeling of sluggishness on your Galaxy S5

Lockscreen Unlock Effects

Swipe down on the Notifications bar.  Tap on the Gear icon to open the Settings menu.

GS5 Settings Gear

Swiping down on the Notifications bar and tapping on the Gear icon is the quickest and easiest way to get to the Settings on the Galaxy S5.

 

Tap on Lockscreen

GS5 Settings Lockscreen

The Lockscreen is the first screen you see when you turn on the display of your Galaxy S5

 

Tap on Unlock effect

GS5 Lockscreen Effects

Tap on None

GS5 Lockscreen Unlock Effects

Turning off Lockscreen Unlock Effects could reduce memory usage on your Galaxy S5. Which could make your Galaxy S5 feel more responsive and faster.

 Tap on the Back Arrow key to exit the Settings menu and return to your Homescreen.

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5. How Come I Can’t Uninstall Some Apps on My Galaxy S5?

All smartphones come with software required by the Carrier (Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, etc) and from the manufacturer (Samsung).  Most of these apps are redundant with apps you already use and enjoy.  Ideally, you would just uninstall like any other app.

Solution

Disable the apps you don’t want.  

  • Open the App Drawer
  • Tap on the 3 Dots menu item in the upper right corner
  • Tap on Uninstall/disable App
  • Tap on the red dash next to the app you want to disable
  • Tap Disable on the warning message
  • Rinse and repeat as necessary

Disabled apps are not removed so you can always turn them on again in the future.

6. Is There A Way To Turn Off The Keyboard Sounds On My Galaxy S5?

The Galaxy S5 comes will all sorts of sounds and feedback mechanisms.  They can be really cool at first.  After a while they tend to get a little annoying.  Your friends and coworkers will really appreciate if you turn off the keyboard sounds.  Do you really need a sound every time you touch a key?

Skip typing all together by using Speech to text on your Galaxy S5.

Solution

Turn off the sound option for the keyboard.  Here’s how you do it:

Open the Settings menu by pulling down on the Notifications bar.  Then tap on the Gear Icon.

GS5 Settings Gear

Scroll down and tap on Sound

GS5 Settings Sound

Scroll down to Sound when tapped.  Remove the green checkmark by tapping on it.

GS5 Keyboard Sounds

Your friends and coworkers will thank you.

 

7. Why Does The Galaxy S5 Screen Turn Off So Fast?

The default display timeout for the Galaxy S5 is insanely quick.  Fortunately, you can change it.

Solution

Open the Settings menu by pulling down on the notifications bar.  Tap on the Gear icon.

GS5 Settings Gear

Scroll down and tap on Display

GS5 Settings Display

Scroll down and tap on Screen timeout

GS5 Display Settings

Tap on the time frame that works best for you.

GS5 Screen Timeout Options

Tap on the Back Arrow key to exit the Settings menu and save your changes.

8. What’s The Best Size Wallpaper for My Galaxy S5?

1080 pixels wide x 1920 pixels height

9.  How Come I Keep Running Out of Space on My Galaxy S5?

If you purchased the 16 GB model of the Samsung Galaxy S5 then you might be running out of space.  Talk about frustrating.

GottaBeMobile shows that only 8.65GB is available to the user on the Samsung Galaxy S5, while the one Android Central reviewed had less than 7.86GB of storage available.

But Samsung did include an expansion slot in the Galaxy S5.  Here’s a 32 GB SD card that works great on the Galaxy S5; and here is a 64 GB version too.

Once you’ve added a SD Card make sure you follow these instructions so you don’t lose all your albums when moving your pictures to the new storage location.

Then you’ll want to change the default storage location to Memory card in the Camera App so any new pictures you take get stored there.

10. What To Do When Your Screen Shows Android on His Back With a Red Triangle and Exclamation Point.

Android On Back With Red Triangle and Exclamation Point

This means that your GS5 couldn’t load the system software.  Start with a soft reboot of your Galaxy S5 by:

  1. Turning it over and gently removing the back cover.
  2. Take the battery out
  3. Wait about 30 seconds and then replace the battery.
  4. Reboot your GS5.

If that doesn’t work then you’ll have to do a factory reset.  WARNING:  A factory reset will erase all of your personal data on you Galaxy S5.

Anything you haven’t backed up – will be deleted.

You’ll have to re-setup all of your accounts (Gmail, Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter etc) on your phone .  Photos and such will also be deleted.

If you’ve synced your contacts to an email account, backed up your photos, and synced your apps with your Google account.  Then you can recover from a factory reset in less than 30 mins.

If not, then a factory reset can be a real pain.  Unfortunately, In some cases its the only option.

To do a factory reset:

  1. Open the Settings Menu
  2. Scroll down to the Personal group and tap on Backup and Reset
  3. Scroll down and tap on Factory Data Reset
  4. After reviewing the warning about all of your personal data being erased from your phone, scroll down and tap on RESET PHONE

 

What questions do you have about your Galaxy S5?  Post them in the comments below and I will answer them here on this page.

Looking for more tips and tricks for your Galaxy S5?  Check out my page dedicated entirely to the Galaxy S5.

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Nate December 3, 2014

For some reason in the sound menu under settings I don’t have the option to turn off the keyboard noises. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Nate December 3, 2014

    Nevermind I figured it out right after I posted this

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      Jack Armijo December 4, 2014

      Oh shoot. Looks like I was a little slow in the reply. Do you mind sharing how your solved the problem?

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    Jack Armijo December 4, 2014

    Nate,
    Many times when the options are not available its because people have their Galaxy S5 on Easy Mode. Let me know if you need help determining if your GS5 is on Easy Mode.

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Pam February 25, 2015

How do I find out if my S5 is set on easy mode?
Also…I want phone to announce who is calling /messaging me. How do I do that?
Does it have feature to read messages for me?

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    Jack Armijo February 26, 2015

    Morning Pam,
    To check if your GS5 is in easy mode. Pull down on the notifications bar and tap on the gear icon to open the settings menu. Then scroll down to the Category titled Personal. Easy Mode should be the first option in that category. Tap on Easy Mode to select Easy or Standard mode.

    Let me know if you would like some screenshots. I can create a quick tutorial and send it your way.

    Do you want to you phone to read your text messages to you ALL the time or during certain times? The easiest and quickest way to get your GS5 to do that is to put it in Car Mode. In Car Mode your GS5 will automatically read you your text messages.

    I’ll take a look through the Play Store and see if I can find some apps to read texts back to you as well. I’m sure there are plenty; I just haven’t taken the time to look. Let me know if you’re interested.

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      penny August 2, 2015

      I am having a problem… when talking on the phone the person can barely hear me but when I put it on speaker they can hear me… any help with this would be appreciated…..

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Melissa March 11, 2015

For some reason, I cannot get they keyboard off my lock screen! Help! It is the big ugly grey one!

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Dwaine Hendroff March 14, 2015

Hi,

Question:
When you uninstall an app, will it be really uninstalled completely? I mean, if you uninstall an app, will the system remove all related files like temp files, temp folder, data etc, like there’s no traces that the app was installed. Is that the way uninstall works for android (especially S5)

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    Dwaine Hendroff March 14, 2015

    Also, is there anyway to change view my inbox from conversation view to inbox/outbox/draft/sent/saved messages?

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    Jack Armijo March 15, 2015

    Hey Dwaine,
    Unfortunately, just like on a PC; when you uninstall an app it leaves some files around. Either the developer is hoping you’ll reinstall at a later date and be glad that your old stuff is still there – or – most likely they’re being lazy and just didn’t finish cleaning up after themselves.

    There’s 2 ways to fix this problem:
    1. Connect your Android Smartphone to your PC and then use Windows Explorer to manually clean up all the left over files.
    2. Use an Uninstaller App – this is what I do on my PC. I haven’t used this App for Android personally but the online reviews say it cleans up ALL the left over files for you. Its called Easy Uninstaller App Uninstall. Here’s a link to it. http://tinyurl.com/ly9nf3x

    Let me know if it works for you.

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      Dwaine Hendroff March 23, 2015

      Hi there,

      Thanks Jack for giving response. Are you talking about obb files and folders in device/android/”name of the app” location that we should delete manually?. How about the root directory of android which most (if not all) unrooted device has no access for user, is there a junk file there that I should worry about?

      Please give answer to my 2nd question above, I will greatly appreciate that. 🙂

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Krystyna April 15, 2015

Help! My Samsung Galaxy 5 has a “No command.” message in the middle of the screen. Above the message is a picture of a little green robot with a front panel open and a red triangle with an exclamation point in it over the robot. I am stuck on this screen. I can’t even turn off my phone! Any suggestions?

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    Jack Armijo April 15, 2015

    Krystyna,
    Try a soft reboot of your GS5 by taking off the back cover and removing the battery. Wait about 30 seconds and then put the battery back in.

    If you’re GS5 does not boot correctly after that let me know I’ll send you the Android Recovery steps.

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Erin April 29, 2015

I have disabled all the sound features I can find and my S5 still makes keyboard noise. Is there some hidden secret that I am missing? It is driving me nuts please help!

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    Jack Armijo April 29, 2015

    Hi Erin,
    Thanks for stopping by My Smartphone Tutor. Go to Settings>>Language & Input>>Samsung Keyboard. Scroll down and uncheck the box next to Sound under the group Key-tap Feedback.

    Hope this helps.
    Jack

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tina May 10, 2015

Somehow my keyboard now looks like a folder file and is so small. How do I get it back its normal size and not as a file? Also the screen doesn’t stay lit.

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    Jack Armijo May 11, 2015

    Hi Tina,
    First thank you for stopping by My Smartphone Tutor AND taking the time to leave a comment. I really appreciate it.

    To fix your keyboard open you Text Messaging App. If the keyboard is NOT showing then tap in the message box to open the keyboard

    Then long-press on the microphone/settings key. Its just to the left of the comma on the left side of the spacebar key. Also, number 1 in the picture below.

    GS5 Tiny Keyboard

    Then tap on the keyboard button. Noted as #2 in the above picture.

    Please share this post on your favorite social networks. It help me out greatly. Thank you so much.

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claudia May 31, 2015

I cant find picture stabilization in my s5 menu is there a way to located it ir how can i add it to my camera menu?

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    Jack Armijo June 1, 2015

    Hi Claudia,
    It appears Samsung has removed the menu option for Picture Stabilization from the Camera App on the Galaxy S5. I’m not sure if that’s because of the Android 5.1 update or through some other camera specific update. But it’s definitely gone on my Galaxy S5 as well.

    Thank you for pointing that out.

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Ana G June 12, 2015

Hi,

How do I turn off animation when swiping up and down? For example, when I swipe up to update my email, the upper part of the screen turns blue as to follow my movement.

Thanks

AG

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    Jack Armijo June 15, 2015

    Hi There,
    There is a way to turn off animations or reduce the animation length – which is what I’ve done. Here is a good article with lots of large screen shots that will walk you through turning on Developer Mode and adjusting or turning off the animations.

    Enjoy.
    Jack

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Jordan June 15, 2015

Why are my notifications and system bar turned down and they can’t be turned up like when I click on sound and notification it won’t let me adjust them and it’s annoying because my phone does not vibrate now when I get a message I’ve had the phone a few months and it just started this

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    Jack Armijo June 16, 2015

    Hi Jordan,
    Just to confirm, are you talking about email messages, text messages or some other type of message? If so; application notifications are set separately.

    To turn on vibration when you get a new Gmail message, for example, you:
    1. Open up the Settings menu by tapping on the gear icon
    2. Tap on Sound and Notifications
    3. Scroll all the way to the bottom and tap on Application Notifications
    4. Scroll down and tap on Gmail
    5. Tap on the gear icon
    6. Tap on your Gmail email account
    7. Tap on Inbox Sound & Vibrate

    The process is similar for Text Messages and Facebook etc.

    Hope this helps.
    Jack

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Hannah June 24, 2015

Help please I can’t get my key-tap feedback on when I go there it says it’s there and I obviously can see it there but it’s all gray and wouldn’t give me the option. Please help!

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    Jack Armijo June 24, 2015

    Hi Hannah,
    Is you’re GS5 on MUTE? Is so the vibrate when ringing is disabled. You need to have your sound profile on Sound or Vibrate.

    Hope this helps.

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Daisy July 2, 2015

Where can I find FAQ on my galaxy s5

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adib July 8, 2015

my glaxy s5 display is changed now it will be waterproff. please help

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Ben July 24, 2015

absolutely cracking website, thank you for all your help.

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    Jack Armijo July 27, 2015

    Hey Ben,
    Now I know I’m getting old. I really hope cracking is right up there with cool, dope, awesome, and others … 😉

    Thanks for taking the time to leaving a comment. I appreciate it greatly.

    Jack

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Lgee August 1, 2015

When someone sends me a picture via text message, and I open it to full screen view, I’m having trouble getting it to close and then when I exit out to go to the message lists, my back arrow is gone. What am I doing wrong??
Thanks!

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Tori B September 13, 2015

Hi. My Samsung S5 has recently started to have the sound for when I type anything. I have everything in sounds turned off, as well as in the language input on my phone. I still hear it! Please help?

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Hunter Green September 26, 2015

My GS5 talk to text screen is stuck on the bottom half of screen. I have to restart my phone everytime to get it off. Each of the buttons even glow when pressed but nothing happens.

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    SM October 5, 2015

    Same exact problem. Would love to know if there’s a solution.

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    Andrew October 5, 2015

    Same exact problem. Happened yesterday and today… So far. Must be a recent thing. Solutions?

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    Jack Armijo October 6, 2015

    Hi Hunter,
    I haven’t been able to recreate this problem and I haven’t seen any other posts about it. I’ll keep trying to recreate and let you know when I find a solution.

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Moira October 25, 2015

Hi,
Could you please advise how I can get my Galaxy 5 to actually ring again when I receive a call? Have checked my settings and all are on full volume,and my notifications are on.Only way I’ve known a call is coming in for over a week now is if I’ve happened to glance at phone at the right moment!! Grrr…driving me crazy! Please help,THANKS..

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    Jack Armijo October 26, 2015

    Hi Moira,
    There’s a couple of things I would check:

    First off, are you able to hear other sounds out of your GS5? Do your notification sounds work, can you listen to music, or watch videos and hear everything ok? Just checking to ensure there’s not something wrong w/the speaker.

    Assuming you can hear other sounds from your GS5.

    Next, You don’t have a bluetooth headset that’s connected do you? If so, it could be ringing into the bluetooth headset and not through the GS5 speaker.

    Third, confirm that you didn’t accidentally turn on the Do Not Disturb setting. To confirm, go into settings by tapping on the Gear icon, scroll down and tap on Sounds and Notifications, scroll down and tap on Do Not Disturb. You’ll see a little slider button. Make sure its turned to Off.

    Last thing I can think of, Again in the Sound and Notifications section in the settings menu. Just below the ringtone volume slider bars you’ll see, Sound Mode, make sure its set to Sound and not Vibrate or Mute.

    Please let me know if any of these solutions fix the problem. If they do not, I’ll see what else I can come up with.

    Hope this helps,
    Jack

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      Moira October 26, 2015

      Hi Jack,Thanks so much for your response. Just re checked everything you suggested,and it’s still the same. My Bluetooth was on to communicate with my vehicle,but the connection was broken recently,and I still need to re pair them. After turning the setting off,nothing changed. Would removing the battery for a few minutes do anything to help ??
      Incidentally,I am able to hear all other sounds from keys,texts,videos,in calls,etc.
      Thanking you in advance for any info.

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Holli November 3, 2015

When I look at a picture in my gallery, at the bottom of the screen it shows a row of pictures to look through.
How do I change this so I can just look at the picture I am currently on.

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    Jack Armijo November 3, 2015

    Hi Holly,
    The easiest way is to simply tap on the picture you’re looking at. The filmstrip along the bottom will hide and you can swipe back and forth through your pictures without the filmstrip showing up.

    I’m not certain if there is a setting to hide the filmstrip entirely. I doubt it, but I’ll look around and see what I can find.

    Your smartphone tutor,
    Jack

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Joe austin November 4, 2015

my screen is black i can hear it when i get a txt or it rings when a call is coming in but i cannot answer . Please help any help appreciated Thank you Joe

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Kim November 28, 2015

Hi, so much information here! Is there any way to be able to pull my notification panel down while my screen is locked? I could on my s4 and I have looked and looked for the setting for this on my s5! I do have it locked with a fingerprint, could this be the issue? TIA for your help!

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    Jack Armijo December 4, 2015

    Hi Kim,
    Yes, by locking your GS5 with your fingerprint. You’ve disabled the quick access to the notifications bar. If you remove that security feature then you’ll see that you will once again have quick access to the notifications bar – even when the “Lock screen” is enabled.

    Hope this helps.
    Jack

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Parker Deese December 1, 2015

Hello, for some reason, when I’m on the mobile data solely, Facebook notifications are the ones that notify me. When I get home, where I have wifi, all of my other notifications come in as soon as my phone connects to the wifi. Apps such as, snapchat, my gmail messages, and things of that nature. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!

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    Jack Armijo December 4, 2015

    Hi Parker,
    You might have selected to restrict data usage. In the settings menu, under Data, tap on the 3 dots menu icon in the upper right corner of the screen. When I tap on Restrict Background Data I get a notice stating “Restricting background data will stop some apps and services from working unless the device is connected to a Wi-Fi network.”

    That seems to be exactly the problem you’re having. If you turn off that background data restriction you should see this problem go away.

    Hope this helps.
    Jack

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Anita December 21, 2015

Why on my pictures that someone texts me sometimes I see the pictures and at times they show up as a graphic that is a red dot upper left corner and 2 grey triangles that look like mountains? Very annoying At times when i click on photos to look at them they all turn to this graphice

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    Anita December 21, 2015

    My phone is the Galaxy S5

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Mel December 21, 2015

How do you update the soft ware? I was kind of easy on my iPhone.

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Mel December 21, 2015

Can you tell me how do update the system software?

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morgan January 7, 2016

I have a Samsung galaxy s5 and a dropped it and my screen cracked and my phone can turn on but I cant see anything

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dana January 10, 2016

Hi, you seem to be a guru! I am trying to turn off the sound notification for my email. I went to the email app and clicked on the email address I want to turn off and the sound notification for it is gray and won’t let me click on it. Same when I just go to sound notifications…. thank you!

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Noe January 20, 2016

Hi! I have samsung galaxy s5 and when I download gifs they won’t play after I select them on my gallery. It shows the image then goes to a black screen.

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Donna Field April 9, 2016

Question
Why are my pictures showing up with a graphic red dot in the upper left hand corner and two grey triangles that look like mountains? I have a Galaxy S5.
I’ve noticed that another individual posted this same question on December 21, 2015. (Anita) on this very page, but there was no reply. Please help.

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C Dubs May 6, 2016

Not sure if anyone is still checking this thread or not but I have an issue with my S5. All of a sudden I can’t send (via text message) any animated gifs. I can receive them just fine and they play as they always have but when I send an animated gif the only thing that goes through is a still image.

I haven’t changed anything that I know of and seem to be the only person in my group of friends (with S5’s) that has this issue.

HELP!!!!!

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Annissa Green May 27, 2016

Hi, when I set a personal picture as my homescreen image. It will stay that way for maybe 5-10 days and then jumps up abut half the screen leaving me only the bottom of the picture and a black background for the rest..after a couple days of this…if I haven’t reset my homescreen pic…it’s completely gone and back to the blue stock background…what is going on and how do I stop it?

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Linda June 1, 2016

Hi. Is your s5 instruction valid if I have an S4 ? Thanks for assisting .

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Clarissa Dunn July 8, 2016

Please help me. My screen on my phone Galaxy S5 has gone gray. I took it apart, took the battery out, and put it back together. As it was coming back on the screen, it had color and then it went back to a gray screen. Please tell me how to fix this problem. Also, how do I uninstalled the manufactured Apps that I do not need? Thank you

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Clarissa Dunn July 8, 2016

My screen on my phone Galaxy S5 has gone gray. I took it apart, took the battery out, and put it back together. As it was coming back on the screen, it had color and then it went back to a gray screen. Please tell me how to fix this problem. Also, how do I uninstalled the manufactured Apps that I do not need? Thank you

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Wayne September 4, 2016

I just want to know where my clipboard is Wayne

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Joe March 29, 2017

I tried 2 times to send you an email through my AOL account, but received a message that they were unable to send.

I want to pair my S5 to a 2012 Samsung Smart TV (UN46EH6000F). I think Samsung added Bluetooth a couple of years later. Do you have any ideas?

Recently purchased a 64 G Samsung EVO+ card that seems to work well. Several days ago on Ebay purchased a Samsung Car Charger for $10. What was nice was it included a 3.0 charger/date cord that was 58″long. Nice!

Thanks!

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