A recent test on Geekbench of a Galaxy S10+ has been done. This could just be any user seeing how exactly their phone scores, but no. What makes this Geekbench test stand out against all the other tests is that this phone is running ‘Android R’Continue reading “Samsung could already be testing Android 11 for the Galaxy S10+”
Windows 7 support ended on the 14th January 2020. To be fair, we should all be on Windows 10 by now or if your PC can’t run it or you want a free alternative, Linux. But those who rely on Windows applications and can’t afford to upgrade are left on Windows 7. It’s important to take security seriously when running an unsupported OS. Internet Explorer 11 is no longer supported on Windows 7 and therefore no longer getting security updates so you will want to look for a new browser to use if you’ve been using Internet Explorer all this time. This is where you may come across Google Chrome.
Last year’s iOS 13 dropped support for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 and 6+, as well as the iPod Touch 6th generation and iPadOS 13 dropped support for multiple iPad models. This year, however, iOS 14 will be announced in the summer as will the devices the OS will — and won’t — support.
Now that Windows 7 support has ended, you may have been looking at Windows 10 upgrade options. Microsoft have been recommending you buy a new PC with the OS preinstalled rather than upgrade your existing PC even if it meets the hardware requirements. But why?
Android 10 has been available on Pixel phones for a few months now, but only a couple months ago Samsung started rolling the stable update out to their Galaxy S10 and Note10 series phones. The standard update policy for Samsung flagships is three years of support, with two major OS upgrades. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ were released in 2018 on Android 8.0 Oreo and have received updates to Android 9.0 Pie and now Android 10, meaning Android 10 is likely to be its final update.
A lot of iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users have had an issue with their devices charging where they get the error message ‘This accessory may not be supported’ I had this issue with my iPhone 4 for a long time and sometimes with my 6S too. However, it is fixable.Continue reading “How to fix ‘This accessory may not be supported’ error while charging your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch”
I remember a few years ago on here I would do ‘blog updates’, where I would change some stuff on my blog like the theme and design to make it more user friendly and modern.
This was a few years ago however, so I’m not going to dig up what version number I got up to back then. Today, I changed my blog’s theme and introduced a new logo for the blog. The blog looks more modern, more clear, and more user friendly so I consider this a major update for the blog.
Welcome to EpicChasGamer.com 2.0, I hope you enjoy reading my articles and navigating the site. I will also do more polls to collect viewers opinions on tech-related topics.
Recent news claims Samsung has planted ads into its £1300 Galaxy Z Flip’s phone app. The same app you use to make calls.Continue reading “Ads in Samsung Galaxy Z Flip phone app: what you need to know”
All Samsung flagships up to the S6 have had support for three years. In these three years you could expect two major OS upgrades and monthly security updates. After those three years, it’s over. Your phone will no longer get security updates from Samsung.Continue reading “Are the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge going to be supported for much longer?”
A lot of us are currently running Windows 10 on our PCs. Since it was released in 2015, Windows 10 has proved a good OS for not just PCs but IoT devices, tablets, and even phones despite the death of Windows 10 Mobile last month. We all should be running Windows 10 at the moment because of Windows 7’s end of life last month, or you should install Linux instead if you want a secure OS for free or your old PC is incapable of running Windows 10. However, Windows wasn’t always the metro-style OS it is now. Back in 1985, Windows 1.0 was released and it looked very different from Windows 10. It ran on top of MS-DOS, which was Microsoft’s CLI-based operating system which is known for its retro gaming support.