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    • 15 Ways to Improve Your Phone’s Battery Life

      15 Ways to Improve Your Phone’s Battery Life

      Although mobile phones have become almost ubiquitous in modern culture, device manufacturers have yet to solve the problem of significantly improving the battery life of mobile phones significantly. As a result, consumers must seek out methods to manage the overall application and program usage on their cell phones in order to improve the overall life

    • How to Hide iPhone Apps

      How to Hide iPhone Apps

      The iPhone has become one of the most purchased mobile phones over the past several years. The phone’s home screen includes a number of free, pre-installed applications. Unfortunately, there is no mechanism in place to hide any undesirable, built-in iPhone apps. A common desire for many iPhone users is to hide under-utilized iPhone apps. If

    • How to Extract a Voice Memo from an iPhone

      How to Extract a Voice Memo from an iPhone

      The iPhone allows users to make voice memos while they are away from the computer. Users can make live recordings of their thoughts, shows, or just about anything that can be audibly detected. In order to extract a voice memo from the iPhone, either use the iTunes synchronization feature (with voice memos selected as an

    • How to Download Music to an iPod

      How to Download Music to an iPod

      Downloading songs to an iPod is very simple. Prior knowledge of iTunes is essential to download songs to iPod player. Users can either purchase them or search for the sites that give the tunes for free. Below is an easy-to-follow procedure for downloading the songs to an iPod. Connect the iPod player to the computer

    • How to Replace a Kindle Battery

      How to Replace a Kindle Battery

      Though most Kindle batteries last for several years, it is still possible that a Kindle may still need a battery change. Check the battery life meter on the Kindle before ordering a new battery and be sure not to mistake the signal strength meter for the battery life meter. Many users find the meters easily

    • How to Repair a Wet iPod

      How to Repair a Wet iPod

      A common problem that happens to most iPod owners at some point in the lifespan of owning the device is getting it wet. Not just sweat from working out or a light sprinkle from rain, but potentially catastrophic exposure to water to include but not limited to dropping the iPod into the toilet, the pool,

    • How to Reset a Droid X

      How to Reset a Droid X

      A Droid X is a Motorola smartphone that Verizon Wireless distributes throughout the Unites States, Mexico, and other overseas locations. The Droid X runs the Android operating system and has been distributed since July 2010. On May 19th, 2011, Motorola released the Droid X2, an upgraded version of the Droid X that uses the NVidia

    • How to Extract Photos from an iPhone

      How to Extract Photos from an iPhone

      The iPhone’s growth in popularity and constant improvement have resulted in many consumers using it as their primary digital camera. The quality and resolution of images increase with each version of the iPhone that is released. Consumers can use the iPhone to directly email or post pictures to the Internet in almost real-time! Regardless of

    • 7 Tips For Creating Professional Photos With Your iPhone

      7 Tips For Creating Professional Photos With Your iPhone

      The iPhone has made this possibility a definite reality for those who own any of the most recent iterations of the Apple device. And because it’s fast becoming the most used device among the most popular photo hosting apps and sites, like Flickr and Instagram, it’s only natural the number of amateur photographers has seen an increase.

    • Dangerous Android Applications

      Dangerous Android Applications

      Android applications sometimes contain malware which causes unexpected and sometimes dangerous effects on your Android device. Out-of-App Advertising Many Android apps are funded by advertising. This advertising usually only shows while you are running the application, however some apps continue to display advertising when you are not consciously running the applications. These apps push advertising

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