Hello, my Galaxy S5 Verizon version doesn't display weather on the weather widget.
It has been a few days but thought would figure out on weekend.
Getting rid of the physical home button also means that Samsung had to move the fingerprint sensor. That’s not a very convenient place for it, honestly.
Pricing, as always with Samsung, is up to the carriers — but you can expect them to command a premium price. Here’s everything we learned about these two phones after using them for an hour or two last week.
Holding the S8, I’m struck by the fact that nothing about it feels especially surprising, and not just because damn near everything about it has been leaking for the past few months.
It’s a beautiful combination of glass, metal, and an absolutely massive screen in a body that’s much smaller than you might expect.
And that might not be enough to make it stand out anymore.
Can someone please help what should I do other than factory reset? Thanks 7 Sent from my SM-G900V using Tapatalk Figured out myself. Go to application manager in settings and turn off and clear data in the weather. Sent from my i Phone using Tapatalk Figured out myself. Go to application manager in settings and turn off and clear data in the weather. Sent from my i Phone using Tapatalk I looked into Settings / Application Manager / "Turned Off" section.
There I saw that an application named "Unified Daemon" was turned off.
The S8 and S8 Plus fulfill Samsung’s promise of fitting a big screen in a smaller body, and so they’re quite a bit more usable than other large-screened phones.
I didn’t experience some of the accidental touch issues that I still get with the Galaxy S7 Edge.
Extending the screen to near the bottom of the phone means that there’s no room for Samsung’s traditional hardware home button.
Instead, it uses software buttons like other Android phones.
After I turned this back "On", my weather widget was working!