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David Imel

David Imel  is a 22 year-old technology enthusiast based in San Francisco, California. He loves Android, Writing, Computer Hardware, Mechanical Keyboards, Super Smash Brothers: Melee, among other things

David's Posts

Here’s how to make a desktop client for Google Allo

While there's no official Google Allo desktop application, there is a handy way to create your own web app using the simple instructions in our quick guide!
by David Imel5 days ago

HTC says it’s addressing its Touchpal keyboard ad problem

Following reports that HTC had added banner ads to its proprietary keyboard app, the Taiwanese company says that this was an error, and it is now addressing it.
by David ImelJuly 17, 2017

Amazon may be working on a new messaging service called ‘Anytime’

Amazon may be working on a new messaging app which could bridge the features of all the most popular messaging services currently on the market.
by David ImelJuly 17, 2017

Google to try to get more users to adopt its pop-up based two-factor system

Google is pushing out a new two-factor authentication method that will make signing in to devices safer and easier. Will you opt-in?
by David ImelJuly 17, 2017
 
 

The worst decisions in Android OEM history

Manufacturers have made some pretty bad decisions in the history of Android, but what are the worst? Here are our top picks for the worst decisions of all.
by David ImelJuly 15, 2017

How to change the Bluetooth audio codec on the OnePlus 5

The OnePlus 5 allows users to change the Bluetooth audio codec on their device should they want to use higher-end headphones. Here's how to do it!
by David ImelJuly 15, 2017

How to change default apps on the OnePlus 5

OnePlus is including a default app menu which allows users to select exactly which apps they want to perform specific tasks at any one time.
by David ImelJuly 14, 2017

How to use and customize the light or dark theme on the OnePlus 5

Many users would like to get a consistent theme throughout their device, and OnePlus has built in a way to make your phone look exactly how you like.
by David ImelJuly 13, 20171

How to manage status bar icons on the OnePlus 5

Status icons can clutter up our devices quite a lot, and OnePlus has implemented a way to toggle on and off the ones you do and don't want to use.
by David ImelJuly 12, 2017

How to enable system and screen-off gestures on the OnePlus 5

OnePlus is making it much, much faster to launch apps and features on your OnePlus 5 by offering a number of system and screen-off gestures to users.
by David ImelJuly 11, 2017
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