Category: android

How to Delete Metadata from Photos Before Posting Online

The photos you snap with modern digital cameras, including the one(s) on your smartphone, often include personal information, such as your location, your camera model, and even names. Known as EXIF (Exchangeable Image File Format) data, or ‘Metadata’, the information is embedded into each image and could compromise your privacy. So to help your enhance […]
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How to Transfer Google Play Music Library to YouTube Music

Google officially pulled the plug on Play Music this week as the culmination of a long-winded process that began last year. However, folks still using the service can easily transfer all their content, including songs, albums, playlists, purchases, uploads, personalized recommendations and liked/disliked songs, to YouTube Music. The transfer can be done from Android devices, […]
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Accessing Biometrics Passwords in Android Device

An increasing number of android users are upgrading to biometric authentication to unlock their smartphones or tablets. This authentification includes using fingerprint sensors. Does this sound like you? If so, you’ve probably discovered that it can be annoying to worry about forgetting the password you need to unlock your device. There is, however, a reason why these systems’ developers include […]
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Surface Duo emulator updated with posture support, more

icrosoft has today released a refresh to their Microsoft Surface Duo Emulator Image, now with an easier way to simulate and visualize different device postures. New features and fixes This emulator release includes the following updates: Updating the hinge angle also affects the emulator’s posture. 3D device posture view in the Extended controls window. Rotation works – […]
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How To Copy on Android and Paste Onto Windows Machine

In 1973, Larry Tessler, a computer-scientist specializing in human-computer interaction, invented cut, copy and paste interaction tools. This happened while working with Xerox PARC Company as a researcher in the United States of America. Cut, copy, and paste went on to become an essential and standard tool in human-computer interaction. Copy creates a duplicate of […]
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How To Exit Emergency Mode on Android

Emergency mode is a useful feature that many Android enthusiasts have found to be of great help. This feature is especially useful when you find yourself in a difficult situation. Emergency mode allows you limited access to the emergency features of your Android phone. This helps your handset preserve battery power for extended standby time. When the emergency mode […]
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Adjusting Default Bluetooth Connections in Android

Nothing puts the breaks on a good time like your BlueTooth speakers not connecting — when the music stops, the party stops! Bluetooth technology is one aspect of Android devices we really can’t handle living without. When it stops working or starts having problems, we go haywire. Because there are often so many problems with this […]
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Google finally adds Microsoft Office files editing support to G Suite on Android

G Suite on Android already supports editing of Microsoft Office files. But it uses Office Compatibility Mode which has more limited functionality and collaboration capabilities. Yesterday, Google announced that G Suite on Android will now support editing of Microsoft Office files without any limitations. With the new support, you can enjoy the following: Allows you […]
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How To Connect Android Bluetooth to Windows 10

We’ve all experienced the need to share files or data from one device to another wirelessly. With advances in wavelength technology, the ultra-high frequency (UHF) band gave birth to Bluetooth. People use Bluetooth for exchanging data wirelessly between fixed and mobile devices over a short distance. Instead of cables, all it uses is a small radio chip […]
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