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What is the XPOSED Framework?

Among the greatest achievements in the Android community, the XPOSED framework is almost certainly one of the most popular subjects. It’s likely you’ve heard of it before, some more than

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The Asus Zenfone 2 is the perfect example of why unlocked phones will rule the market in 2016 (Review)

Being a writer definitely has its perks. The last two phones I reviewed were the Google Nexus 6P and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. Both defineĀ  “flagship”, and impress in

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How to control your Android device with the sound of your voice

The power of Google and Google Now on your Android device is incredible. Many of you who use Android already take advantage of the many features associated with the tools

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The Nexus 6P takes Android smartphones to new heights (Review)

The Nexus 6P is a product of the perfect marriage between a relatively unknown Chinese company, Huawei, and a well known company, Google. Before this year, very few people in

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Getting started with the powerful photo editing app from Google: Snapseed

With just a little bit of editing we can dramatically change the look and feel of a photo. Today we are going to take a look at my favorite photo

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Google deliberating on building its own smartphone – Should it?

Google may have inadvertently put itself in a pickle with the Nexus program. The software giant did benefit at the beginning by joining forces with popular OEMs to build special

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Cyanogen “C-Apps” are now available for download and flashing

You can download the “C-Apps” and flash them over your CyanogenMod-based ROM and enjoy most of the cool features that come with Cyanogen OS out of the box.

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Get the Blackberry Priv wallpapers and APK files to transform your current device

The Blackberry Priv is turning heads everywhere for smartphone users. With this Blackberry’s first foray into Android, while keeping the physical keyboard that many of us loved or at least

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Wondershare Dr. Fone for Android file recovery software (Review)

It is very easy to accidentally delete or lose precious files on your Android smartphone. Whether you accidentally delete a picture, text message, vCards and more, Wondershare Dr. Fone for

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Google Doodles are a part of Google’s rich history: How to submit your own

Doodles are the fun, surprising, and sometimes spontaneous changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists, pioneers, and scientists.- Google

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Looking to buy something unique and support the little guy? Check out Etsy.com

With the holiday season ready to kick into high gear, we are all going to be bombarded with advertisements as it is the time for the giving and receiving of

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Android 6.0 will work on the Nexus 4

There are those of us who still cherish their Nexus 4 phones and are unwilling to move past to get a bigger device. While Google is leaving the phone behind

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Organize your phone using File Expert with Clouds

If you are an Android power user, then you know how important a good file manager is. Unfortunately, most OEM’s file managers are pretty basic. They give you the ability

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Possible fix for the Note5 RAM issue?

As we all have got to know, RAM management of your Note 5… stinks. Well, it turns out that if you have root, there is a fix for this issue.

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Samsung to cut nearly 10,000 jobs

When Samsung finally became a major player in the smartphone arena, it was with the original Galaxy S phone. The Galaxy S blatantly copied the iPhone’s shape and launcher design.