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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 general power management tips

May 16, 20130 Comments

The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is easily one of the best smartphones released containing a 3100 mAh battery, which is one of the largest batteries in a smartphone on the market. The Galaxy Note 2 is often able to push 14 – 18 hours of use before the battery needs a recharge. 14 – 18 [...]

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How To – Install Ubuntu Touch Preview on your Nexus without a Ubuntu machine

May 16, 20130 Comments

Earlier today, Canonical released a Developer Preview edition of Ubuntu Touch for mobile devices. Interested users or developers , who have a compatible Nexus device can download the image for the OS and try it out on their devices. The original installation instructions published at Ubuntu Wiki seemed to indicate that one needed to have a Ubuntu [...]

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Increase Touch Sensitivity on the Nexus 4

May 14, 20130 Comments

The Google Nexus 4, manufactured by LG, is perhaps one of the most sought after devices since its release in mid-November last year. And that is due to, in part, erratic availability with the device getting sold out within hours of hitting the Play Store, and in part, due to the mass frenzy that inevitably [...]

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How to Root LG Nexus 4 the easy way

May 13, 20130 Comments

The LG Nexus 4 is the latest Nexus smartphone from Google, and was released in mid-November 2012. Nexus devices can typically be ordered in select countries, directly via the Google Play Store. The Nexus 4 was sold out within hours of first hitting the Play Store, and availability has been pretty spotty across all regions [...]

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Three VPN’s That Will Keep Your Smartphone Secure on a Public Network

May 13, 20130 Comments

Have you ever gone to Starbucks or Tim Horton’s, ordered your coffee, sat down and connected to their Wi-Fi to catch up with your bank account, daily news and even Facebook? While that’s fun and all, you should keep mind that doing personal activities on your smartphone may not be the best idea on a public [...]

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How to use the HTC Lockscreen Shortcuts Without HTC Rosie (Sense)

May 12, 20130 Comments

HTC’s Sense UI is perhaps one of the best OEM overlay in the Android eco-system, and has a distinctive look and feel to it. Sense has evolved over the years to a slicker, lighter and highly functional and feature rich UI, and is perhaps one of the key reasons (battery life is most certainly not [...]

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How to Install Official 4.1.2 Jelly Bean on the Galaxy Note GT-N7000

May 12, 20131 Comment

The Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 can be considered the device which made a big screen device fashionable all over again, and gave way to a new term - phablet - which is what we refer as to any hybrid device these days, which carries a display size of 5-inches or higher. And if that wasn’t enough, the [...]

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Samsung Announces Galaxy S4 for China, Will Feature Dual-SIM capability and Exynos Octa-Core CPU

April 30, 20130 Comments

Long before the much awaited launch of Samsung’s 2013 flagship Galaxy S smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy S4, there were rumors doing the rounds about a dual-SIM capable version of the SGS4 which would come with a dual-core processor. It now turns out that at least half of that rumor is true – in that [...]

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How to Install JellyBelly Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean Custom ROM on HTC EVO Shift 4G

April 30, 20131 Comment

This is the JellyBelly Omega Build 1.1 prepared by team JellyBelly for the HTC EVO Shift 4G. Although this is not an official firmware but you can still install this Custom ROM update to enjoy Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean features on your HTC EVO Shift 4G with many customization that you won’t find on stock [...]

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Snapdragon Based Galaxy S4 gets Rooted!

April 27, 20130 Comments

A recent trend that seems to be gaining traction, especially where high-end flagship devices are concerned, is the emergence of a root method either before or very close to the release of a handset. The Sony Xperia Z and the HTC One both got rooted even before they were released, and now its the turn [...]

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