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Remembering wireless access points can be a hassle, most especially when you have tons of access points saved on your computer. Profiles of access points that are encrypted via WPA and WEP security can be hard to memorize if you transfer them from one device to another. Connecting to the Internet using your mobile phone is very much the same as connecting wirelessly through your computer or laptop. You still have to input the same access point name and security associated with each connection you make. One of the most daunting tasks of many users is that they tend to…

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  Aside from the processor, battery life, RAM, and Android version of your phone, the phone’s internal storage is one of the most crucial parts of an Android phone. How can you actually save your files, apps, photos, videos, and other data without having enough storage? Unless you delete some files on your phone, you won’t be keeping enough space on your internal disk. However, uninstalling apps from your phone may also leave some data behind. These data will begin to accumulate and will consume your phone’s storage space over time. To make sure those data are totally eradicated from…

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LG continues to stay afloat in a sea riddled with tremendous competition from other mobile manufacturers such as Samsung and HTC. With its new flagship phone, the Nitro HD, LG is certainly keeping pace with the rest. First introduced way back in August, the device was reported to feature the award-winning AH-IPS screen with HD capability. The Nitro HD was marketed to be the best in its own category, with beefed-up specifications that taunt even Samsung’s Super AMOLED Plus display powering many of its phones. The Galaxy Nexus, on the other hand, ushered in a new era in the competition,…

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If there is anything more awkward or irritating, it’s having people notice when you’re snapping a candid shot. One little annoying catch to using an Android phone’s camera is the little shutter sound it makes whenever you take a picture. It makes sneaking a spur-of-the-moment shot difficult, whether it’s at a meeting, a quiet room or even when you’re wandering the city. Fortunately, there are ways to turn this sound off so that you don’t have to be caught in the act. The basic way is to switch your phone to Silent Mode. This process is simple and easy, but…

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The recent launch of the LG Nitro HD was expected to make huge waves in the mobile phone industry. Produced by LG, the phone carries an award-winning AH-IPS screen with HD capability. Rising hype concerning the new technology went frantic, with reviews claiming the LG phone’s display to be way better than the display of any other device in the market, including Samsung’s Super AMOLED Plus screen found on the Samsung Galaxy S2 and other devices. As the new year starts to unfold, it is fitting to take a look again at how LG’s gorgeous HD phone fares against Samsung’s…

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One of the biggest reasons why we always carry around our Android devices is for information. It is our handy companion that’s always ready to help us find places through GPS, find the latest market trends, check out the latest news, and many others. Not long ago we depend on newspapers for the latest news. Now that we have the web, most of the time we just pull up a browser to check out the latest news, which became better through the birth of RSS. RSS simplified the way we access the news. Having RSS around for quite some time…

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If you’ve ever gone on a trip, you’d be familiar with how stressful it is to plan it. It’s not just about making reservations at a hotel or checking the map for your must-go-to locations. You’ll need to make sure your trip is safe. And then, you also need to check the weather, the currency rates, must-have items for your first aid kit, maps — the list goes on! Thankfully, Trip Organizer is here to make your trip planning less stressful. Recently released on the Android Market, Trip Organizer is powered by the experts at Netglobers and Europ Assistance.  It…

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Facebook has become the social media hub for many netizens and has grown so huge that keeping tabs on friends online has become as easy as sifting through your phone’s address book. Another great thing about Facebook is the multitude of apps surrounding the popular social networking site. Developers are crafting new applications to be integrated with Facebook. One such application is Facetones. Facetones is a free application that specifically aims to bring your Facebook experience up to the next level. From the name itself, Facetones integrates Facebook and your mobile phone into one social media hub that provides you…

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Last October we were surprised by Iris, a cool app that’s supposed to be Android’s response to the iPhone’s Siri. And yes, that’s right–Siri spelled backwards is Iris. One of the things that this Android app can brag about is the fact that it was created just within 8 hours. Its claim for omnipotence may not be absolute just yet, but this app is definitely a promising one. It reached a million downloads in a very short time, an indicator of good reception from Android users. The reviews over at the Android Market and over the Internet have been mostly…

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It’s a battle between titans as the LG Optimus EX faces off with HTC’s Sensation XL in an all-out competition of epic proportions. The massive Sensation XL is a great update of sorts to its younger brother, the HTC Sensation. On the other hand, LG is known for bringing its first dual-core smartphone in the form of the LG Optimus 2X, but this time around we’re happy to know that LG is bringing a new upgrade to its Optimus line with the LG Optimus EX. In this article we’ll take a closer look at whether LG’s new Optimus can stand…