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How to customize your Android power menu

The best thing about Android is the ability to customize every little detail to make those quality of life changes. The tweak we’ll be discussing about today will be making a visual modification to your compatible device’s power menu. What exactly is a power menu? When you hold down the power button, you should be […] Continue reading →

How to use Google Cardboard

As VR (Virtual Reality) slowly becomes more mainstream, as evidently seen in Samsung’s VR launch taken place at MWC 2016, the demand for the Virtual Reality is ever increasing, and premium made VR Headsets such as the Oculus Rift and Samsung’s Gear VR can cost a fortune, which is why Google’s Cardboard is a cheap […] Continue reading →

Samsung Galaxy S6 : How to factory reset

Alright, if you’re reading this, you may have gotten your hands on the newly released 2015 flagship by Samsung, the Galaxy S6. Or, you’re just curious. Well today, we’ll go over how to factory reset your device to Manufacturer settings with the touch of a few buttons. Let’s go over the consequences of Factory resetting […] Continue reading →

Android devices and FTP servers

FTP server running on android device File transfer is what made the internet so useful. You have probably downloaded uncountable amounts of files, from the internet. Although you are downloading the file from the internet, the internet itself doesn’t actually host the files, those files you are downloading and uploading files to are hosted on servers, which is what we will […] Continue reading →

Screen Recording on Android devices

Video duration settings on Rec. Screen recording on devices have never been an easy feat to accomplish. You’d think screen recording on an Android device would be incredibly easy, but unfortunately it’s something that requires a lot of permissions or steps. Like iOS you will also need to jailbreak your device, but the limitations are not as heavy on it, […] Continue reading →