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Simple ADB Backup lets you backup your Android device without rooting it

One of the perks of owning an Android device is that it is extremely versatile. The Linux based OS show’s it’s true potential when it is rooted. But, not all of us are comfortable in rooting a perfect new device. So, what do you do if you want to back all the applications and their [...]

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Get Google Books, magazines access outside of US/UK

One of the reasons why i bought a Google device was quite frankly its ability to access features like Google Books, sadly however, i soon found out that they were inaccessible outside US or UK. Since then i had been a little disappointed, i mean, why would you restrict probably the best feature of owning [...]

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Improve touchscreen feedback/response from Nexus 4: Guide

Nexus 4 had a very successful start, such a start that it was completely sold out from US Google store within an hour. The supply is still running short and staggeringly the phone is still in quite high demands. Every new phone has some issues though, iPhone 5 for instance faced issue(s) with it’s built [...]

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Unlock Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note II Phones for free with this simple hack

This is why I love android devices. A method has been taking the Android world by a storm to unlock Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note II locked on Sim carriers without paying a single dime. The method is extremely simple to follow and you do not need to download anything or perform outrageous hack. All [...]

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How to overclock Nexus 4

Nexus devices had always been under rated, perhaps due to the fact that they usually carry modest hardware and ones which doesn’t shout out POWER. However, things have changed for Google, and ever since the launch of Galaxy Nexus, it seems that their strategy is shifted; More power devices have started to show up, Nexus [...]

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Tutorial: How to root Nexus 4

Now that people have started to receive their brand-new Nexus 4 devices, they must be excited to start tinkering with it. But, to get the full power and result out of an Android device you must root it. Nexus devices are particularly easy to root, but each device requires a new method to follow, for [...]

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You can enable LTE on Nexus 4, here is how you do it

When Nexus 4 appeared before our eyes, everyone was a little skeptical about the phone, but since it’s official release and a very reasonable price tag of $300, the phone flew off the shelves in less than an hour. Still, besides the premium hardware and price, the phone was hammered due to the lack of [...]

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6 Tips to increase Android Battery Time

Smartphones in general don’t produce a good battery time, as a daily smartphone user I can’t go a day without it, but low battery vows have always made me to think twice before I pull it out on a long trip to listen music, take pictures, watch videos or browse the internet. That restrains me [...]

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5 Best iPhone 5 Cases and Covers

iPhone 5’s are officially rolling out from the stands, and people are have started to get their hands on the new iDevice. Apple, yet again, insists that iPhone 5 is durable and wont particularly require any extra protection. Well, are you going to take Apple’s word? I for one would not do that and wrap [...]

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6 Tips for making a successful Android Application

Apple Event took place yesterday and in the presentation they mentioned that they have hit 700,000 Apps on their App store, Google revealed a day before that they have surpassed 600,000 mark and considering that Google play recently picked up the pace – it is amazing what they have achieved. Sadly though – the quality [...]

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