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    • How an iPod Works

      How an iPod Works

      The iPod is a handheld digital device used for storing, transferring, and playing music and video files. There are several different models but they all have a similar basic design which consists of a “click-wheel”, a screen, and a lock/unlock switch at the top that prevents the controls from being accidentally activated. The earlier models

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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

    • 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 Change the Language on an iPod

      How to Change the Language on an iPod

      An iPod can display its settings in various languages and can be programmed to any language of choice. If you make a mistake and need to reset the language settings, just follow these simple instructions. They note the english name of the options to select, but also describe how to locate them even when you

    • 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 Install Third Party Apps on an iPhone

      How to Install Third Party Apps on an iPhone

      iPhone has become one of the most popular and widely used smartphone today. Its ease of use, quality and vastness has mesmerized people around the world. Apple has a very closed ecosystem and allows an iPhone user to install apps from the iTunes store only. Apple is very strict on not allowing iPhone users to

    • 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 Much does the iPad Weigh?

      How Much does the iPad Weigh?

      An iPad is a tablet PC that Apple produced. It combines the functionality of a smartphone, laptop, e-reader, and music player. iPads are larger than smartphones, but smaller than laptops and are extremely lightweight and portable. iPads are based on touch screen technology and include support for Bluetooth, WiFi, and 3G. iPads also include motion

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