grandma, 02 Oct 2017My first Samsung S5 worked great, but then it began making calls randomly. I did a factory re... moreI had the same thing happen. I'd be ON THE PHONE, talking to someone already on a call, and it would randomly start ringing another call altogether. I never ever used Samsung Voice stuff. I didn't allow it access to anything but I didn't disable it. It is a REALLY good phone all things considered and I still love it but I am now on iPhone. In many ways I love the iPhone more, and in many ways I love the S5 more, but I'm happy with the 8 Plus. My S5 battery lasts really well if I don't use the phone (i.e. standby only) and have little or no services on (i.e. bluetooth, wifi, etc). If I turn on GPS it seems to chew through the battery. It charges fast and I really have no complaints with the phone itself. My complaints are more with Android operating system and Google. Android gives you lots of customization at the expense of cleaner functioning and possibly also your personal information. Google is interested in keeping you safe and secure from others but are they as interested in keeping you safe from them? Anyway, I have an iPhone now and I had the same sort of call issue. That's really all I wanted to say is I'm glad I'm not the only one who had the calling issue. The fingerprint scanner is also lousy on the S5.
Anonymous, 10 Oct 2017But why u want this high resolution on tiny screen oh God!Lol you have 1080*1920 and you want to play video as big as such resolution on the same phone? Funny you gat to get yourself a big plasma TV
zoya, 10 Oct 2017there is no network after updating my S5 to Android 6.1 Shouldn't be. Probably you may have to reset. Honestly its is a damn good phone. No complains t all and best of ll battery is removable. I have a S6 and had the battery changed but the repair shop butchered my phone and there was glue all over on the back and also little bit on front screen. I also seen few cases like mine, from nice phone to ugly phone. Unless you bring to real good repair shop they make a blunder.
AnonD-467915, 05 Oct 2017why can't play video resolution 7680x4320 on my samsung s5 g900fBut why u want this high resolution on tiny screen oh God!
AnonD-1385, 29 Sep 2017Undoubtedly the best and fastest phone I have ever had.
Even after nearly three years of u... moreTo ORIGINAL JAMAICAN
DId you already receive the security patch update for august 2017?
MdN8, 08 Oct 2017Did you try to open it with VLC? It could be anything, unsupported codec, bitrate etc. Or it's... moreMy computer is older (lenovo thinkcentre m57) and yet supports of this resolution of the video.
vlc can't play on samsung s5
media player classic play this resolution on my computer
AnonD-467915, 07 Oct 2017My computer support site Find my computer screen card less than the Samsung S5 screen card ... moreDid you try to open it with VLC? It could be anything, unsupported codec, bitrate etc. Or it's just too high resolution.
Moonman, 07 Oct 2017Don't be silly, that high resolution is even too high for most computersMy computer support site Find my computer screen card less than the Samsung S5 screen card
please I need help on how to bundle with my s5, it's being my headache since I bought the phone
AnonD-467915, 05 Oct 2017why can't play video resolution 7680x4320 on my samsung s5 g900fDon't be silly, that high resolution is even too high for most computers
why can't play video resolution 7680x4320 on my samsung s5 g900f
Kyng Jeo, 03 Oct 2017Does the phone support 4G? Because i would love to buy it soonTo Kyng Jeo:
The ONLY S5 variant that doesn't support 4G is the G900H but the plus side to the G900H is that it's the ONLY version with a Octa-Core CPU while the others (G900F etc.) is quad-core. You win some you lose some.
Does ot upgrade version come with samsung themes or does it already come on the device?
Kyng Jeo, 03 Oct 2017Does the phone support 4G? Because i would love to buy it soonYes of course it support 4G
grandma, 02 Oct 2017My first Samsung S5 worked great, but then it began making calls randomly. I did a factory re... moreI did a little research and it could be a number of things... People are guessing that it could be caused by using incompatible bluetooth headsets, someone with a pacemaker (!) or maybe a voice command. One suggestion would be to turn off all the Samsung options, probably start with S Voice, and see if it helps...