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    • 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 Update a Kindle

      How to Update a Kindle

      A Kindle is a portable electronic device that Amazon provides, which is used to store, organize, and access e-books when the reader is away from a computer. Kindles allow readers to store thousands of books at a time, modify font styles and sizes, and access the Internet. Kindles also provide additional features that allow the

    • How to Reset a Kindle

      How to Reset a Kindle

      The Kindle, which Amazon produced, is an e-reader/tablet PC that allows users to access the Internet, check their email, and use a variety of applications. The Kindle is also designed to allow users to read e-books in full screen, toggle mode, and even split screen. The Kindle is dependent on touch screen technology and allows

    • 17 Ways to Improve Your Android’s Performance

      17 Ways to Improve Your Android’s Performance

      Between 2009 and 2015, the popularity of the Android Operating System (OS) for use on mobile devices has grown from just over a 2.8% market share to being the most installed OS in the world. Although the popular alternative to iOS is more lightweight and faster than a desktop OS; over time, users of Android

    • How to Jailbreak an iPad

      How to Jailbreak an iPad

      The Apple iPad has become one of the most purchased tablet products on the market since its introduction in April, 2010. The iPad combines the features found on previous Apple products such as the iPhone, MacBook, and iPod product lines and is based on touchscreen technology. With support for Bluetooth, WiFi, and 3G, the primary

    • 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 Use the iPod Equalizer

      How to Use the iPod Equalizer

      The iPod equalizer or the "EQ" is a perfect way to control the quality of the music and the tone in which it is played back. Apple, Inc. included the EQ function on its music player in order to improve the quality and sound of the music heard. When the iPod is first purchased, it

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