About Kenny Leung

Kenny currently lives in Buffalo, NY. Where he studies computer networking & programming. He has owned a number of Android phones including the Galaxy s3, Galaxy 3 mini, Galaxy s4 mini, LG optimus 3D, and the Oneplus one which he is currently using. Kenny will likely get the Oneplus two once it is released.
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Kenny Leung has written 56 articles so far, you can find them below.

Return of Sony’s Vaio: A new device

As most people remember Vaio as part of Sony’s enterprise way back in the day, Vaio has since been its own separate company, and quite recently we may expect Vaio to re-enter the smartphone market. Long ago, the Sony Vaio line-up featured mostly consumer grade personal computers and iconic laptops, (at least that’s how I […] Continue reading →

How to UnRoot your Rooted Android Device

Failed android update due to device being rooted Rooting your device is fairly simple, depending on which device you own, different methods apply to different devices and its models. There are plenty of guides and YouTube videos online that teach you how this can be done easily. Chances are, you might be rooted. Often times, Rooting your device modifies system files that OEM […] Continue reading →

Smartwatches- The rebirth of Android Phones

Smartwatches are becoming more prevalent each day. OEMs like LG, Huawei, Samsung, and Apple, along with other lesser known OEMs are picking up on the market of Smartwatches, redefining the phrase “information at your fingertips.” Most of these smartwatches all pretty much look the same, all sporting a 1 to 2 inch screen, compatible with […] Continue reading →

Managing Google Location history

Managing your google location history Big internet companies nowadays are implementing more and more observation software that are tracking your every move. We have seen this especially on Facebook. This may sound like a complete violation of personal space, it might not be. At least not the way Google does it. Note that Google location history and location reporting only […] Continue reading →