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Ways on How to Find Out the Model of Your Android Phones

Have you ever forgotten what Android phone you have? Unlike the iPhone’s few models, there are hundreds of Android phones, and many of them have confusing names. If someone has ever asked you what phone you have and you forgot the model name, or just want to know for reference, here’s how you can find out.How to Find Out the Model of Your Android PhoneFirst, flip your phone over ...
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How to Track and Locate Your iPhone Using Location Services

Your smartphone’s ability to pinpoint your exact location goes way beyond simple navigation. GPS is used for web searches to deliver relevant local results, in dating apps to find you a nearby date, and as a safety net when you lose your device.Knowing how to customize your location settings is important, since location tracking presents a real privacy risk. Today we’ll look at how you can man...
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The 7 Best Online RAR Extractors

Chances are you’ll come across a compressed file sooner or later. While ZIP is a common format that Windows can extract on its own, the also-popular RAR usually requires dedicated software.While you can easily extract RAR archives with desktop software, sometimes you don’t want to or can’t install anything. That’s where online RAR extractors come in. 1. B1 Online ArchiverB1 Free Archive...
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How to Make Calls and Use Google Hangouts Like a Pro

With all the confusion around Google’s messaging apps, remember Hangouts? It’s a bit like Google’s version of Skype, offering video and audio calling, as well as text chat, over the internet. While Hangouts was once the default communication app on Android, Google has phased it out in favor of Allo and Duo. However, Hangouts is still a great service for both desktop and mobile. We’ll answer commo...
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How to Insert a Drawing Into a Google Spreadsheet

You may think that Google Sheets has no need for Google Drawings in its territory. But did you know that you can easily add a drawing into Google Sheets and help give the facts or figures some extra context? So, let’s explore one more creative way to use Google Drawings today.What is Google Spreadsheet?Google Sheets makes your data pop with colorful charts and graphs. Built-in formul...
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Password vs. PIN vs. Fingerprint: The Best Way to Lock Your Android Phone

With the amount of personal data we keep on our phones, security is essential. Android phones are encrypted by default, and provide multiple methods for locking and unlocking them. Some are more secure, while others more convenient to use.Access control systems have existed for as long as computers. When mobile phones got popular, screen locks appeared in their small screens as locks that were...
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What Is Google Docs and How to Use It

Google Docs is the word processor component of Google’s online office suite. It’s a free alternative to Microsoft Word. It also has more features than you might realize. What Is Google Docs?Google Docs is Google’s browser-based word processor. You can create, edit, and share documents online and access them from any computer with an internet connection.What sets Google Docs apart from i...
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Kodi for Mac: How to Install Kodi on macOS

Kodi (formerly Xbox Media Center and XBMC) is the best media center software in the world. It’s free, open source, and always moving forward thanks to constant collaborative development. It is powerful all-in-one software for organizing your local media on various devices, but it won't likely replace your streaming subscriptions. What Devices Does Kodi Suppport? You likely own at least one devic...
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7 Lightweight Android Go Apps to Save Storage Space and Memory

Android Oreo (Go edition) is Google’s attempt at improving the Android user experience on entry-level smartphones. The Go edition comes with all the fancy features of Android 8 Oreo, along with pared-down versions of the core Google apps. These lightweight copies of Google apps are lighter and less resource-intensive, which means they should run flawlessly on lower-end smartphones. Google primari...
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Your iPhone Is a Hotspot! Here’s How to Use It

Smartphones don’t just allow us to access the internet wherever we go. They can also bring the internet to our other devices too. While tethering plans were once expensive, the rise of fast mobile internet has seen prices fall and data speeds increase. It’s now possible to work from pretty much anywhere, on any device, provided you have a cellular connection. Today we’ll look at how to share your...
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