How to Turn Off Flipboard Briefing on Galaxy Note 4

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is an impressive smartphone loaded with features, options, and apps, but one that comes installed out of the box may be quite irritating for many owners. It’s called “Briefing” but was previously known as My Magazine on the Galaxy S5 and Note 3, or is essentially the popular news app […]

How to Change Wallpaper on Android

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The default wallpaper or background image on your Android smartphone or tablet is probably pretty decent, and most manufacturers release devices with a good selection of different wallpapers. However, if you want to change your homescreen wallpaper to something more appealing and suited towards your own taste, here’s how to change the wallpaper on Android. […]

How to Control Your MacBook with Android

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If you’re one of the millions of Android smartphone or tablet owners that also happens to own a Macbook, using the two together isn’t nearly as hard as many would have you believe. Yes Android and iOS users may not get along, but using your Android smartphone to control your Mac is actually extremely easy. […]

How to Change the Background on a Windows Phone

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Microsoft’s Windows Phone operating system is probably unlike anything you’ve used first hand. Windows Phone has some flexibility in the same way that Google’s Android operating system does. That being said, it’s tightly designed with specific use cases in mind. It’s meant to be an easy operating system to pick up, but some of Microsoft’s […]

How to Save YouTube Videos or Music on Android

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Recently Google has made a lot of changes to YouTube, and a few of them are options like saving videos for viewing while offline, or even background playback where videos or music continues to play even while you’re not on the YouTube app itself. We get a lot of questions about YouTube content, and here […]

How to Use iCloud with Microsoft Office Files

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Microsoft recently updated their Microsoft Office apps for iOS making it possible to now use iCloud Drive to sync Office files from a Mac or PC to an iPad or iPhone. We’ll show users how to take advantage of the new feature so they can work on their Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint files on a […]

How to Insert a Sim Card on the Moto G

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The Moto G is one of the best price to performance smartphones around, so much in fact that it’s Motorola’s most popular smartphone ever released. It offers an impressive design and wallet-friendly price that anyone can accept. With that, many who own one are first time smartphone buyers with lots of questions. Here we’ll explain […]

How to Change Ringtones on the Moto G

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When the first Moto G was announced in 2013 the smartphone instantly gained popularity for offering great features and a good design all for a wallet-friendly price. It was an instant hit, and has since grown to be Motorola’s most popular smartphone ever. As a result, millions of first-time smartphone buyers own the Moto G […]

How to Get Better DROID Turbo Battery Life

There is a single speaker on the front of the Droid Turbo, but that's powerful enough.

In recent years our smartphones have continued to get bigger and more powerful, but sadly battery technology has remained the same. That isn’t stopping smartphone makers though, as they continue to put bigger batteries inside our phones, and the impressive DROID Turbo is a prime example with a massive 3,900 mAh battery. Released late last […]

How to Turn off Facebook Sounds on Android

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These days Facebook changes a lot of different options and settings on the fly, and this is especially true for its mobile application on Android and iOS. Recent updates to the Facebook app have introduced all kinds of obnoxious sounds, and below we’ll explain how to turn off all these Facebook noises. Facebook has changed […]

How to Enable Easy Mode on the Galaxy Note 4

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Smartphones like the new Samsung Galaxy Note 4 are packed so full of features that sometimes consumers get lost in all the options or advanced features, and just want something a bit easier to understand. That’s where easy mode from Samsung comes into play for new Galaxy Note 4 owners. From enthusiasts to beginners the […]

How to Take a Screenshot on the Moto G

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Thanks to an impressive design and wallet-friendly price the Moto G is one of the most popular and successful smartphones ever released by Motorola. With that, many owners are first time smartphone buyers with lots of questions. One of which is regarding how to take a screenshot on the Moto G. For a low price […]

How to Sideload Apps on the Amazon Fire TV

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As many of you probably know, the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick both run on Google’s Android operating system. This means they’re very customizable. These two streaming devices already offer an array of content to choose from, but here we’ll explain how to side-load Android apps to the Fire TV or Fire Stick […]

How to Use Attentive Display on the DROID Turbo & Moto X

There is a single speaker on the front of the Droid Turbo, but that's powerful enough.

The new Moto X (2014) and DROID Turbo are two impressive smartphones announced and released late last year from Motorola, and they have some neat features hidden deep down in settings. One of many is something called Attentive Display that focuses on saving battery life, and makes using your smartphones easier and hands-free. Motorola’s latest […]

How to Set Contact Ringtones on Android

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We recently detailed how to make custom ringtones to use on Android smartphones and tablets, and as a follow up to that below we’ll be explaining how to set these ringtones for specific contacts. Rather than have one ringtone for all incoming calls, you can set unique ringtones or music to each user to personalize […]

How to Add or Edit a Credit Card on the Google Play Store

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There are hundreds of thousands of free apps available for Android smartphones and tablets from the Google Play Store, but many of them cost a dollar or $2 and users will need to add a debit or credit card to Play Store. Here we quickly go over how to buy apps on Google Play by […]

DROID Turbo Setup Guide: 5 Steps to Get Started

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Motorola’s impressive DROID Turbo smartphone runs great from the moment you pull it out of the box thanks to the nearly stock Android 4.4 KitKat software, and soon Android 5.0 Lollipop. However you’ll want to make a few immediate changes to be better prepared, more secure, achieve better performance and enjoy the best experience possible. […]

How to Take a Screenshot on the DROID Turbo

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Late last year Motorola shocked many when they announced and released the impressive and powerful Motorola DROID Turbo, delivering a big HD display, a 20 megapixel camera, and a massive battery promising 48 hours of usage. The device has been somewhat popular along with the new Moto X, and here we’ll quickly show you how […]