How to Disable Water Damage Popups on the Galaxy S5

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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is a powerful flagship smartphone that combines most of the latest mobile technology all into one impressive device. When it first debuted back in February one of the biggest and best features was the IP67 certification. This makes the Galaxy S5 both dust and water-resistant. According to Samsung the Galaxy S5 […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the LG G3

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The brand new LG G3 is stuffed full of impressive features, laser auto-focus for the camera, advanced options or customization and more, but there’s a few more options that Google chooses to hide from the average user. Developers and enthusiasts looking to control additional aspects of their new LG G3, change settings, or enable USB […]

No Android L Beta Updates Coming Until Official Release

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Last month at the annual Google I/O Developer event Android users and developers received an early look at the next version of Android for the first time in over three years. Not only did Google show off what’s coming in the Android L release later this year, but they even released an early Android L […]

How to Enable Developer Options on Android Wear

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A few weeks back at the annual Google I/O developer event a new mobile OS for wearable devices like a smartwatch was finally announced and released. Of course we’re talking about Google’s brand new Android Wear platform for wearable technology. Earlier this week the first two Android Wear smartwatch options hit the market with both […]

Google I/O 2014: 5 Things We Expect

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Bright and early tomorrow morning Google kicks off its annual developer event, Google I/O, where the company is expected to show off not only Android Wear and Google Glass, but tons of other changes to its entire ecosystem. Everything from Android, Google+, Chrome OS, the Chromecast and more will all share the center of attention. […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the Samsung Galaxy S5

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The brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 is packed full of advanced features, controls, fingerprint sensors for security and more but there’s a few more options that Google chooses to hide from the average user. Developers and enthusiasts looking to control additional aspects of their device, change settings, or enable USB debugging for advanced functions will […]

Galaxy S5 Developer Edition Heads to Verizon, Google Play Edition MIA

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After months of waiting the brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 is officially here and readily available around the globe, and in retail stores throughout the United States. The new Samsung Galaxy S5 is an impressive smartphone offering tons of improvements over the original. It’s water resistant, has better security with a fingerprint scanner, health and […]

Google Nexus Smartwatch Rumors Heat Up Thanks to New Platform

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This week Google’s head of Android, Sundar Pichai, took the stage during a media event and announced a brand new platform for wearable devices running Android. Rumors of a Google Nexus smartwatch go back into mid-2013, with many reports suggesting a Nexus smartwatch would launch with the Nexus 5, and even more recent we’ve heard […]

Google I/O 2014 Date Set for June 25-26

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Every year Google gathers thousands of developers, gamers, and Android enthusiasts for one major event, known as Google I/O, and today we’ve learned when we can expect it to kick off in 2014. Google’s man in charge of Android, Sundar Pichai, confirmed today that the annual Google I/O developer event will take place this year […]

Google Chromecast App Support Poised to Explode

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Last year Google surprised many during the unveiling of the Nexus 7 tablet, by also announcing and releasing a $35 HDMI media-streaming dongle for TVs called the Chromecast. This little budget-friendly device turns TVs into smart TVs, and delivers streams of content from nearby devices, like your smartphone or tablet. The Chromecast was one of […]

Google Makes It Easy for Chrome Apps to Come to Android, iOS

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Web apps developed for Google’s Chrome OS could soon be easily ported to Android and iOS with a new toolkit. Developers who create Chrome apps could use this toolkit to easily convert their web apps and package them for either Google’s Android Play Store or Apple’s App Store. According to The Next Web, a repository over […]

How to Enable Developer Options on the Nexus 5 & KitKat

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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, some advanced options are hidden in the developer options menu, and as a result, some users and devs may want […]

Developer Suite Hints at 1080p Display Support on Windows Phone 8

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While it’s been long rumored that Microsoft will be adding support for full HD 1080p displays with a future software update for Windows Phone 8, that information is now nearly confirmed. Visual Studio 2013, which is used by developers to develop apps for the platform, is now allowing developers to emulate their apps to a […]

Google I/O Schedule Reveals Heavy Gaming Focus

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Google has recently published a schedule of the various different tracks that developers can choose from as they navigate around the Google I/O conference this year, and gaming on Android appears to be a heavy focus. This shouldn’t come as surprising as it has been rumored in recent weeks that Google is attempting to take […]

Apple’s WWDC Tickets Sell Out in Three Minutes

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While Wall Street may still be cautious about Apple’s future potential, forcing the tight-lipped company to tease that new and exciting product categories are coming this fall, developers are still eager to see what Apple has in store for its iOS mobile platform and OS X desktop ecosystem. The company’s annual WWDC conference for developers […]

Sony Under Fire With Hard Stance on Warranties and Unlocked Bootloaders

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When it came to addressing the needs of developers and the hacking community, Sony came through and became one of the earlier Android smartphone manufacturers to offer a bootloader unlocking tool. This allows developers to hack their devices, load custom ROMs, and customize their Sony or Sony Ericsson Xperia Android smartphones. However, if you do […]

Microsoft Announces June Developer Summit for Windows Phone

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With Microsoft announcing their developer summit for the Windows Phone platform on June 20 and 21 in San Francisco, California, it appears that three popular mobile operating systems will be hosting their developer conferences in the summer period. Apple’s WWDC and Google’s  I/O conferences are both scheduled to take place at around the same time […]

Skype for Windows Phone Exits Beta

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Windows Phone owners had an unexpected surprise this weekend as Microsoft-owned VoIP service Skype released its app to users. The app, which was previously in beta, could now be downloaded officially from Windows Phone Marketplace on Windows Phone handsets, such as the Nokia Lumia 900 and the HTC Titan II. Some new features on the […]