'Andor': Things Are Pretty Bleak for the Galaxy in the Final Trailer for Disney+ 'Star Wars' Show (Video)
Just over a week out from the premiere on Disney+, Lucasfilm on Saturday unveiled the final trailer for "Star Wars: Andor" during D23 Expo 2022. And you can watch it here now. Things sure look bleak for the galaxy, as well it should given that, as explained during the Lucasfilm D23 presentation, the show is set about 5 years before the events of the 2016 film "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story." Which puts it firmly in the same time frame as "StarThings sure look bleak for the galaxy, as well it should given that, as explained during the Lucasfilm D23 presentation, the show is set about 5 years before the events of the 2016 film "Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
Users of a Galaxy Watch 4 or Galaxy Watch 4 Classic, your fingers should leave the latest software update V13. Samsung has now stopped the distribution. © Samsung The Samsung Galaxy Watch 4 Classic.
First from Korea, cases have become known in which a fourth generation Galaxy Watch cannot be switched on after an update. Since then, the phenomenon has moved circles across the globe. Galaxy Watch 4 lifeless many users had apparently not recognized the problem so far because it only appears if you want to switch off and switch on the watch. Switching on the affected watch then simply does not work. First, Sammobile
reported on reports from users in Samsung forums and Reddit. The problem seems to affect both the Galaxy Watch 4 and the Watch 4 Classic in several regions. [Crosslinks IDS = "1399818,1397328,1490874"] Update is now clear that it is related to the latest update to the firmware with version number VI3. Samsung has now confirmed this, stopped the distribution of the update and published a corresponding message. It says: “We are aware that a limited number of models of the Galaxy Watch 4 series can no longer be switched on after a recent software update (VI3). We have stopped the update and will shortly publish new software. ”
just does not turn off a trick that would handle the problem for the time being. At most, those affected could not try to bring their smartwatches to a reboot after an update. Of course, the switch -off should also be avoided due to a lack of battery capacity, for example by permanently putting on the loading puck. If affected watches are re -booted or switched off and switched on, nothing happens in many cases. This also means that a later solution, which would be made on your own, is probably excluded because the watch must at least run for importing a corrected update. Samsung is used to problems here seems to come up with a quality problem again on Samsung. The Korean company has many experience. Since the Samsung watches sell rather moderately, the damage should be far less than in the event of a complete recall of the Note 7 series due to batteries. For a few weeks now, Samsung has also had a new problem that Arun Maini, better known as Youtuber MRWhosethboss. When looking at his collection of more than 600 smartphones, he found that the battery of his Galaxy Note 8 had swollen and had torn the smartphone. The batteries of his Galaxy S6 and S10 were also swollen. When he shared the problem with his community, he received many similar reports. When asked by the Verge
, Samsung spokesman Chris Langlois said that Samsung was "aware of this matter" and checked "technical reviews".
Television Had a Ridiculously Good Year. Here Are the Best Shows of 2022 .
CNET rounds up our top TV picks.This year, however, was especially compelling for its variety. Big-budget shows like House of the Dragon delivered, but we also got compelling sci-fi with The Peripheral, genius comedies like Bad Sisters and subversive anime like Spy X Family. Even the down-in-the-doldrums Star Wars franchise got itself a genuine masterpiece in Andor.