How to Restore Your iPhone Without Losing Your iOS 7 Jailbreak

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Apple officially released iOS 7.1 and that means new features and better performance for those who update. However, if you’re using the iOS 7 jailbreak, you’ll have to stay put, since the Evasi0n7 jailbreak isn’t available for iOS 7.1. With that said, it’s best for you to stay away from any iOS updates on iTunes […]

How to Use the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 as a Flashlight

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 has tons of impressive features with a huge display and its S-Pen stylus, but another worth talking about is the camera, its flash, and using it for a dedicated flashlight in times of need. Last week we explained how owners can use their Note 3 camera flash for alerts and […]

How to Install iOS 7.1

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This guide will show users how to install iOS 7.1 on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. iOS 7.1 is a free update for any device running iOS 7 or patched versions of iOS 7. We will show users how to prepare for the iOS 7.1 update and how to install the iOS 7.1 update […]

How To Free Up Space on an iPhone

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Between apps, music, photos and other data stored on the iPhone, running out of space is a common issue for many users. Unlike android phones, the iPhone does not have expandable memory, so the capacity that you have is what you are stuck with. This is becoming more and more of a problem as app […]

How to Sync Webpages from Computer to iPhone

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A handy new feature that a few modern browsers support is tab syncing. With tab syncing all of your pages (a.k.a tabs) that you have open on your desktop or laptop are available on your smart phone as well. Tab syncing is great for looking up a page that you had open on another device […]

How to Turn Off Find my iPhone From Computer

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The Find my iPhone feature is used for locating lost devices and is automatically enabled by all iPhones running iOS 7. While the Find my iPhone service is a very helpful tool for those who have misplaced their iPhone it sometimes is a nuisance to disable. There is a setting under iCloud on the iPhone itself […]

How to Create a Custom iTunes Radio Station

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Every music streaming app has its advantages and disadvantages, but the nice thing with iTunes Radio is that it is built directly into the iPhone’s music app. Another cool feature is the station style format that iTunes radio uses to provide music to listeners. By default iTunes Radio has featured stations that are easy to […]

How to Use Galaxy S4 Camera Flash for Alerts & Notifications

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When it comes to getting notifications or alerts for incoming calls or SMS messages, there’s a few different options available. Vibrate-mode isn’t as inconspicuous as many users would like, and setting a phone to silent mode can have you missing important calls or texts. As a result there’s a third option (aside from the blinking […]

How to Block Websites on Facebook

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If you can’t stand seeing another BuzzFeed post on Facebook the website offers a new tool to block websites on Facebook from the news feed with a few clicks. Any Facebook user will tell you that there is at least one friend who is constantly posting links to the same political website, left or right, […]

How to Close Apps on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone is one of Samsung’s most powerful devices. One that is capable of providing some of the best game and app experiences on Android, truly impressive multi-tasking with two apps on the screen at a time, drawing with the S-Pen and more. However, even with 3GB of RAM and a […]

How to Add a Bookmark to the Galaxy S4 Homescreen

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When it comes to browsing the web on our Android devices there’s tons of options readily available. From the stock browser, Google Chrome, Dolphin Browser and more. We all browse the web almost daily on our smartphones, but for those who’d rather not have to open the stock Galaxy S4 browser and type in that […]

How to Change Clock to 24 Hour on Android

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Changing options and settings in Android is extremely easy once you figure out the general steps required, and changing the display clock format or type is one more we’re always being asked about. Whether you’re used to getting up at 0600 hours and head to sleep around 2200, or would rather have your smartphone set […]

How to Keep the Address Bar On Screen in Windows 8.1 Internet Explorer

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Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 addresses a lot of the issues that users have complained about on PCs for years. There are automated backup features and even the Flash plugin has been built into the operating system, allowing for users to seamlessly start their new Windows device and get going quickly. Unfortunately, changes in the design of […]

How to Use the Galaxy Note 3 as a Personal Hotspot

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can act as a personal hotspot, a portable internet connection that can be shared to the millions of iPad, Nexus 7 and laptops we use, and let them connect to the internet anywhere there is a cell phone signal. Whether you call it a personal hotspot, portable hotspot, Mobile hotspot […]

How to Clear Default Apps on Android

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One of the many things that makes the Android mobile operating system awesome and so popular is the option to choose how to do things, and how open the system is. A prime example is when you’re trying to play a video on Facebook, select an image, or play a song from an email and […]

How to Close Apps on the Samsung Galaxy S4

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The Samsung Galaxy S4 is a powerful flagship Android smartphone. One that is capable of multi-tasking with the best of them, or running any app or game available on the Google Play Store. However, there’s times when closing all of those running apps could be useful. This may seem like a simple task for most […]

How to Use Personal Hotspot on iPad Air and iPad mini

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Using the Personal Hotspot feature on the Apple iPad Air or iPad mini can save users money and offer a convenient connection to their iPad’s wireless data. People who don’t want to use something like a Mi-Fi or Jetpack, which offers a mobile hotspot for up to 5-10 users, can serve up a connection without […]

25 Hidden Nexus 5 Features

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The past few months have been exciting for Android fans with the release of Google’s flagship Nexus 5 smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat, and as a result we have plenty of new features and tricks worth sharing. The Nexus 5 is an extremely powerful device all for a great price, making it one of the […]

How to Save Money and Use Less iPhone Data

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If you’re on the road a lot, chances are that you use up a lot of data, and that could be costing you overage fees if you’re not careful. According to a survey of mobile data consumption in 2013 conducted by JDSU, iPhone 5s users (and iPhone users in general) are using up the most data […]

How to Save a Bookmark in Safari on iOS 7

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If you’re not fond of third-party web browsers on iOS, you’re not alone. Apple blocks third-party apps from using its Nitro Javascript Engine, which means mobile web browsers like Google Chrome will be slower to load webpages than the built-in Safari browser. Plus, they’re usually battery hoggers compared to Safari. However, one feature that’s a bit […]