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How to take screenshots from your mobile devices

As you all might know, a screenshot is an image of the display on a computer or a mobile phone screen. It is a great way to show what is difficult to be explained in words or via emails/text messages. 405 more words

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Preliminary Results Of Security Study Show That More Than Half Of Android Devices Exploitable

Duo’s mobile application, X-Ray, is used to assess vulnerabilities that exist in any Android device. But what is unusual about this security app is that it doesn’t look at the other apps security issues, it looks at the OS and examines it for exploits that are known but not yet patched. 402 more words

Upgrading an HTC One (M8) to Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Why Verizon makes life so difficult is beyond me…

About 12 years ago, I wrote a couple of reviews for pocketnow  related to very early PocketPC phones – the… 148 more words

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Android N Developer is out now!

Android M has been out for about 5 months, since it went live to all general public, it was first announced in May 2015 during the GoogleI/O. 290 more words


Verizon and T-Mobile Rolling out Marshmallow to HTC One M8 Users

I’ve been looking for it since December…

Back in December of last year (2015), HTC released Android 6.0 Marshmallow for its One M9 and M8 products. 154 more words

Chris Spera

Oukitel K4000 Pro for $100! A great backup phone!

If you are in need of a second phone that is more than capable of supporting your working activities, the Oukitel K4000 Pro is a great bargain to have. 414 more words


How To Root Android Without Using PC! (Using Kingroot)

KingRoot is a root tool for “lazy people” who just want to get root access but don’t want to flash any third party Recovery into their lovely device. 324 more words