Step by Step Guide to transfer all your contacts from the iPhone to Android with using the most natural and fastest method. Bought a new Android smartphone? Want to Transfer all your Contacts from the iPhone. This is your guide. This guide will work with any iPhone.
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This video talks about how to use NFC on Android. It gives an overview of NFC, instructions on how to use NFC to share content, and guidance on programming NFC tags.
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http://www.redferret.net/?p=44959 .We test out this superb new 4K resolution TV box, which brings a new level of power and sophistication to the market. It features out of the box support for Netflix and XBMC (hardware) and has a great interface which makes it ultra easy to use.
The box itself is very meaty, featuring a 2 GHz quad core processor, 2 GB of RAM, 8 GB of onboard storage and support for SD cards (not microSD as it says on the sales page!) up to 32GB. It also features, Bluetooth, Ethernet and twin USB ports, as well as optical in and A/V out for connecting to external high quality audio.
The box runs Android KitKat (4.4.2) and also supports (i.e. has installed) XBMC (via hardware encoding), Netflix, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Skype (without camera), and email, so it’s ready to cope with a huge set of services immediately.
If you’re thinking of cutting the cord, this is one product you should definitely look at.
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Our phones get more and more powerful, and while battery technology has improved, it hasn’t increased at the same rate we use our mobile gadgets. Taking a quick look at Android today, here are 8 tips to improve battery life on your phone, though you probably won’t want to do them…
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Android has a lot of default settings that might be OK for most people, but there are some that really everyone should change. These might be settings related to privacy, security, or just plain convenience.
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