kerok egypt, 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
kerok egypt, 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...
My first Samsung S5 worked great, but then it began making calls randomly.
I did a factory reset, but it did not fix the problem so I purchased another S5.
Now the same thing is happening, random phone calls.
No more Samsung phones for me.
I welcome any helpful comments from anyone out there. Yes, it has been dropped but my otterbox defender is supposedly protective. I do not know the answer.
Please send suggestions to email@example.com.
Is the problem wit the User?
MdN8, 30 Sep 2017It's the best mobile browser period. Of course with AdBlock Plus for Samsung Browser, I'm bloc... moreYes the best phone of all time....S5 still beat alot of new flagship phones hands down
Original-Jamaican, 29 Sep 2017Undoubtedly the best and fastest phone I have ever had.
Even after nearly three years of u... moreIt's the best mobile browser period. Of course with AdBlock Plus for Samsung Browser, I'm blocking ads, trackers and malware domains, and it loads some pages 2-3 times faster than any other. Also I installed the Beta version, a few more options and just as reliable so that's what I use. It plays 360 degree videos on Facebook too. Tried many other browsers but some are sending analytics data (Opera, Dolphin) which I discovered with AdGuard so I don't trust them, and some are just too hard to use, especially with one hand.
I also have Firefox Focus for quick downloads and erasing data afterwards, and Via browser because it's really nicely done, but Samsung Browser is my main one.
Undoubtedly the best and fastest phone I have ever had.
Even after nearly three years of use, the battery is still chugging along nicely. I'm not getting the 5-6 hours of On Screen Time (OST) like I use to get when I just got the phone but I can easily get a few hours just the same, sometimes 2 1/2 hours sometimes more than 3 hours.
The proprietary Samsung browser uses very little power. I'm constantly impressed at how it barely uses any power...over Wi-Fi while on Facebook, it takes 5 minutes - 7 minutes before it loses a percent. I was shocked the other day when it took 12 minutes at one point before a percent was depleted while browsing around on Facebook. Visiting other websites using the Samsung browser generally yields the same results. If I should conduct a test using the built-in Samsung browser ONLY after fully charging my battery it would be interesting to see how much OST I would get. I'm sure at least 4 hours if not more.
Even internet telephony doesn't consume a whole lot. For instance, a one hour Whatsapp call generally consumes 10% of battery power, sometimes 12% and sometimes 13%. Of course it all depends on what is happening in the background while you are on a call.
The Samsung browser is just amazing and the Galaxy S5 is totally amazing. I see no reason to upgrade (or downgrade) as I still consider it the best smartphone to date.
I have my samsung s5 for 3 years ago
I have this phone yet
It's battery timing too good
It's camera too good
It's fingerprint too fast
nil, 24 Sep 2017my s5 is very heat when i use some app.olx, uc browser,youtube etc..pleas any suggestions ....Normal