[Guide] – Using FTP through File Managers

Android file managers are great apps in letting you managing your files and even saving them to a Cloud app like Box, DropBox StoAmigo Google Drive and SkyDrive. You can see our review of StoAmigo here For this guide I’m goin...
by Dave Thornton
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Unlock Your Device with NFC tag

Unlocking your device with NFC is quite a useful function if you’ve teamed your device up with an NFC-enabled tag, other smartphone or with a Tasker setup. Now XDA Senior Member peurocs4, has added more devices will be able t...
by Dave Thornton
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Just got a Windows Phone? Checkout these two camera apps to get you going

New to WindowsPhone? After spending a few days getting use to a WindowsPhone you will want to start downloading a few apps. Among those you will probably be looking at camera apps that can also edit those photo’s as well....
by Dave Thornton
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How to – Manage and Secure your SIM card on a BlackBerry 10 smartphone

If you use a BlackBerry® smartphone that contains a SIM card, did you know that you can protect your SIM card with a PIN code? By locking your SIM card with a PIN code, other people cannot use your SIM card in their smartphone...
by Dave Thornton
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The Pitfalls of Rooting Your Android Phone

Dictionary – Rooting, “causing a plant or cutting to grow roots, or when an animal turns up the ground with its snout in search of food”. In this context, however, “rooting” is the process of allowing apps to...
by Dave Thornton
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Google Play Store and Apps in General

Android phones have their own “store” to download both free and paid applications. Unlike the iPhone, that’s not the only place to grab apps from, and the Google’s Play Store is a good bit more free and open...
by Dave Thornton
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Taking & Browsing Photos Plus Videos

The camera on every Android phone, even by manufacturer is different in its capabilities, and the software that powers that camera is usually a bit different, too. We’ll walk through three examples of: How the camera soft...
by Dave Thornton
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Add and Remove Apps,Shortcuts and Widgets

  The Apps Drawer is where all your apps reside. The ones that come with your phone (default applications) and ones that you download from Google Play Store or, anywhere else. From here you can move them to any of your scr...
by Dave Thornton
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2014 Beginner Series: How to change how quickly your phone locks on Android

So nowadays most people use Androids built in security, either a pin, pattern or password unlock. This is great and we encourage all our readers to keep their personal data safe but sometimes it can be annoying when the phone r...
by Ryan Oneill
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