8 tips to boost your Windows phone battery life

As with most phones that come to the market these days the battery life could be better. The windows phone range is no exception, the Nokia Lumia 920 and HTC’s Windows Phone 8 spring to mind. Apart from the obvious like d...
by Ryan Oneill
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How to perform an OTA (Over The Air) update on your iDevice

So iOS 6.1 has recently been released and we got a few emails asking us how to perform an Over The Air update. Updating via OTA saves you connecting your device to iTunes. Firstly usually there is a notification to inform you t...
by Ryan Oneill
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How to use wireless charging with your Samsung Galaxy S4

In the video below we go hands on with the wireless charging kit from MobileSolarChargers.co.uk. The kit contents are sold separatly and for this to work you will need the following. Samsung Galaxy S4 Wireless Charging Pad Sams...
by Ryan Oneill
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[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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How to: Managing picture files on a Windows Phone

So you got a Windows Phone for Christmas and have been taking loads of pictures which unless you have a microSD card, if not we strongly advise you get one (and configured it to store the pictures) they’re all being stored on...
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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Android App to Backup and Restore your Data

So you’re going to buy yourself a new smartphone. How do you get all your data etc too your new phone. So, today, we will endeavour to guide you through the process of backing up not only your data but apps as well, for N...
by Dave Thornton
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How to show the actual signal strength on your iPhone

This guide will show you how to see the real-world signal strength of your iPhone. Phone strengths are measured in decibels (dB) and you can see your iPhones real signal strength instead of the annoying 5 bars with just a few s...
by Ryan Oneill
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