Posts From Eric Hulse

Eric Hulse
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Mechanical Engineer by degree, salesman by day, and a self professed technology lover on the side. Frequent user of iOS Android, OSX and Windows. Buyer of (way too) many flagships and fan of all things mobile. XDA member since 2010.

Nokia Comments on Mobile Device Plans

Nokia took to a blog post today to comment on their mobile device strategy going forward. For over a decade, Nokia was far and away the largest cell phone OEM in the world. Nokia had plenty of fans and was a common household name. Unfortunately, after Apple and Android's relentless growth, Nokia was squeezed out of the market it once...

T-Mobile Galaxy S6 Battery Woes

I've been using a T-Mobile Galaxy S6 since the device launched with T-mobile's service. However, over this past holiday weekend I knew I would be in an area without reliable T-Mobile service. So, I opened up T-Mobile's default "Device Unlock" app , pressed unlock, and placed my AT&T SIM card in the device. Everything seemed to be...

OnePlus 2 Marked for July Release Date

A little over a year ago, OnePlus launched one of the most talked about Android devices around. From the company’s much maligned invite system to the great specs at a low price, the OnePlus One has certainly made waves. A recent rumor from MyDrivers pins a release date of “July” for the next iteration. Current...

Fix For Galaxy S6 Memory Issues

Not unlike Nexus devices on Lollipop, Galaxy S6 users have been complaining of ram issues for some time now. Apps don’t seem to stay in memory very long, and there are launcher redraws abound. Ideally 5.1 brings some much needed help as it did with Nexus devices. In the mean time, a thread in our own forums seems...

AT&T Issues a No Prompt LG G4 Update

Several AT&T LG G4 users are reporting that AT&T pushed an update out to their devices. Users are claiming there was no prompt, confirmation window, or change log. The device simply updated and restarted on its own. The ability for AT&T to push an update to users devices with no interaction required is certainly cause for concern....

Apple Music Coming to Android This Fall

Apple just finished wrapping up this year’s WWDC keynote. Their traditional “One more thing...” was the long-rumored “Apple Music” service. Apple is joining the already crowded streaming music space with a few differentiators like curated stations (such as BeatsOne), Connect, and Siri Integration. BeatsOne will be broadcasted from different cities around the globe 24/7. Zane Lowe...