How to Upgrade to iOS 8.1 When You Are Out of Space

Upgrade to iOS 8.1 even when you see the not enough storage error.

There are many reason to upgrade to iOS 8 or iOS 8.1 on the iPhone or iPad, but many users are out of space. When you don’t have enough space to upgrade to iOS 8.1 or iOS 8 you’ll lose even more space as the iOS 8 or iOS 8.1 download sits on your iPhone or […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the Nexus 9

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Starting with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Google hid the Developer Options menu so average smartphone and tablet users wouldn’t accidentally cause any problems on their device. While most normal settings can be found for daily tasks with ease, some advanced options are hidden in the developer options menu, and as a result, some users and […]

iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus One Handed Keyboard Guide

Here's how to use a one-handed iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus keyboard.

We’ll show you how to use a one handed keyboard on the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. This will help you use the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with one hand for more tasks. Apple does not include any one handed iPhone keyboards in iOS 8 or iOS 8.1, but there are several […]

How to Jailbreak iOS 8 with Pangu

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Much to everyone’s surprise in the jailbreak community, an iOS 8 jailbreak has been released to the public, and it also works with the latest iOS 8.1 update. With that said, we’re going to show you how to jailbreak iOS 8 and iOS 8.1 on your iPhone or iPad. The Pangu dev team is a […]

How to Stop iPhone Apps from Using Mobile Data in iOS 8

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If your iPhone cellular plan uses a small monthly data allowance, you have to be rather careful about how you spend those megabytes each month. One thing to be aware of is that some iPhone apps can hog mobile data even when you’re not actively using them. Here’s how to disable that. A feature called […]

How to Turn Off Automatic App Updates in iOS 8

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If you’re iPhone or iPad is automatically updating apps without your permission, there’s a way you can disable that from happening again, and here’s how to do it. A feature that was introduced in iOS 7 allows your iPhone or iPad to automatically download and install app updates, meaning that you don’t have to go […]

How to Turn Off iPhone 6 Reachability

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The iPhone 6 comes with a nifty feature that allows users to easily reach the top row of apps on the home screen or anything else that’s placed toward the top of the display. It’s called Reachability, but not everyone is a huge fan of it. Here’s how to disable it. Reachability can be accessed […]

How to Turn Off Location Data for iOS 8 Photos

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If you don’t want your location data saved on your photos that you take with your iPhone or iPad in iOS 8, here’s how to disable the feature. Every photo that you take with any camera comes with what’s called EXIF data, which consists of the settings used for taking the photo (shutter speed, aperture, […]

How to Improve OS X Yosemite Performance

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OS X Yosemite was released earlier this month to much fanfare, and while many users were excited to install the new operating system and try out the new features, there were quite a few Mac users who had a less-than-steller time with OS X Yosemite. If you were one of those users, here’s how to […]

How to Watch NBA Games Live

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The NBA regular season is under way and that means attempting to catch all the action as possible. However, if you’ll be traveling or spending your time out on the go, there’s no reason you still can’t watch the games, as there are a few options available for streaming them live. The NBA season is […]

How to Record Video at 60 FPS on iPhone 6

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The iPhone 6 comes with all sorts of improvements over the iPhone 5s, including some new features added to the camera. The iPhone 6 can now shoot 1080p video at an impressive 60 frames per second. Here’s how to enable it. The camera on the iPhone 6 is rather impressive. Most notably, it’s equipped with […]

How to Remove a Credit Card from Apple Pay

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Apple Pay launched last week to much fanfare, but if it isn’t quite your cup of tea, here’s how to remove a credit card from Apple Pay on your iPhone 6. Apple Pay allows you to store your credit card information on your iPhone and use it to buy stuff at any store that supports […]

How to Turn On and Use iCloud Photo library

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iOS already has a feature called Photo Stream, which takes your photos that you capture with one of your iOS devices and syncs them across your other iOS devices, including an Apple TV if you have one. However, a new feature called iCloud Photo Library looks to take that to the next level. Here’s how […]

How to Turn off iPhone Calls on Your Mac with OS X Yosemite

Turn off iPhone calls on your Mac in seconds.

With iOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite you can answer phone calls from your iPhone on your Mac. This is a handy feature, but if you find it annoying it is easy to turn off phone calls on Macs with OS X Yosemite. Turning off phone calls in OS X Yosemite is essential if you […]

How to Unlock Your Moto X 2014 With a Bluetooth Device

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There’s nothing more important than securing your Moto X 2014. If you’re using all of the Moto X 2014’s app and services than there’s a lot of personal information packed in it. Your contacts are being synced from other places to the People app. Your emails are being pulled down from a server somewhere and […]

Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop Release Date: What Not to Expect

Developers are working on a Nexus 4 Android L port.

With a Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop release date all but confirmed for early November, we want to take a look at what we do not expect from the Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 Android 5.0 Lollipop release date from Google. Google’s Android L update was first announced as Android 4.4 KitKat’s […]

How to Change Your Mac’s Admin Password

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By default, your Mac’s admin password is your iCloud password. This is a new feature introduced in OS X Yosemite, but it’s something that not all users like, so here’s how to go back to using an admin password of your choice. The nice thing about past versions of OS X was that you could […]

How to Fix iOS 8.1 Battery Life

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We’ll show you how to fix iOS 8.1 battery life to make your iPhone or iPad last longer after updating to iOS 8.1. Apple’s free iOS 8.1 update did not deliver the same chorus of complaints about bad battery life, but if you are experiencing bad iPhone battery life or your iPhone is hot and the […]

How To Use Wi-Fi HotSpot on the Moto X 2014

Stores are ready for the Verizon Moto X 2014 release date.

Whether you’re buying the Moto X 2014 because you enjoy being able to talk to the device with your own custom catch phrase or hoping that its Moto Display software will help you make it to dinner without needing to pull out a charger, the Moto X 2014 remains an Android-powered smartphone pure and simple. […]

How to Make & Receive iPhone Calls in OS X Yosemite

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If you want to use your Mac to make and receive phone calls from your iPhone, here’s how to do it using OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. OS X Yosemite was launched last week during Apple’s iPad event, allowing Mac users to download and install the long-awaited new version of OS X. One of […]