For those with the fiddle bug…Samsung Phones with Hidden Menus.

A click here and a poke there, voila you’re in trick mode.

There’s a cool feature on the Samsung Galaxy smartphone that will render your user’s manual useless.

A hidden menu, which you can access by dialing a specific string of characters, lets you troubleshoot hardware issues and check your phone’s functionality. The tool was first spotted by Android Central months ago, but now, more Samsung Galaxy owners are uncovering it. The menu contains a host of service checks.


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GS5 Owners Rejoice: Lollipops abound in December


At first, it was only confirmed for selective Sony, HTC and Motorola devices, but according to sources familiar with SamMobile, Samsung Galaxy S5 is expected to get the Android 5.0 Lollipop update by December.

Earlier this month, there was a leaked video which suggested that the Samsung Galaxy S5 was running Android L.  If the news of it coming out in December is true, then Android lovers can be rest assured of some interesting features to be added to their devices.Android Lollipop 5.0 is supposedly the biggest update to Android since the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Android 5.0 also brings in a few other features such as material design, multiple device compatibility, lockscreen notifications, support for 64-bit processor along with file sharing through Android Beam. It is also expected that the battery life on Samsung Galaxy S5 will see some improvements with the Android 5.0 Lollipop update.

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