Do you have problems with your smartphone? If you’re using an iPhone, battery issues may still be annoying you, even after Apple issued a fix for iOS5.
If you’re using a Samsung Galaxy, chances are you’ve encountered a microphone malfunction.
On the Nokia Lumia 900, the tinted purple screen gets the most complaints (25 percent).
That’s according to the FixYa Smartphone Report.
Other iPhone users report WiFi connection problems (about 20 percent); trouble with a Bluetooth Connection (15 percent); Siri difficulties (10 percent) and others.
Galaxy users also cite troubles with battery life (15 percent); the device getting hot (15 percent) and Internet connection issues (10 percent).
On the Nokia, the camera button, inability to find apps, and battery life are also problems for about 20 percent of users each.
The report, which covers the Top HTC Titan, Galaxy Nexus, and Blackberry Curve as well, includes “fixes.”
In our experience, touchscreen problems, hot devices, and other difficulties are also common on many smartphones.
“Dead spots,” where the phones won’t connect seems a common enough problem as well.
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