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Oct 23, 2010

Tutorial: Use audio files as ringtones, alarms or notification sounds (Windows)

So, you’ve got an awesome song you want as a ringtone, or a cool little sound effect to use as an SMS notification. The only question is, how do you get all that audio goodness onto your device … Read More

Jul 28, 2010

How to get AllShare working on Galaxy S phones

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Have you had problems getting AllShare to work on your Galaxy S phone? Unfortunately it’s not just a matter of right clicking and clicking “share” and there aren’t any g … Read More

Jul 28, 2010

How to disable or reduce haptic feedback on Galaxy S phones

You know how when you tap pretty much anything on the Galaxy S the whole phone vibrates? Well this is called haptic feedback. Some people like it, some hate it. We’ve received a few emails askin … Read More

Jul 27, 2010

What is rooting? and Why should I do it? The pros and cons of android rooting

Everywhere we look, there are posts about phones being rooted, the ability to flash alternate ROMs, and more. So why should you root your nice, shiny phone? What are the benefits? Well, that’s what w … Read More

Jul 27, 2010

How To: Accurately place the cursor on any Galaxy S phone

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Some people have complained that the Galaxy S line of phones does not have any sort of trackball or trackpad to accurately place the cursor. This really isn’t needed if you know how to do … Read More

Jul 1, 2010

How to take screenshots on your Nexus One

Monkey around with your Nexus One long enough, and pretty soon the need to take a screen shot of your device pops up. “No Problem” you think as you head to the app store to download a scr … Read More

Jun 25, 2010

Using your Android device as a wireless keyboard/mouse

RemoteDroid is an app that you can use via Wi-Fi to turn your Android phone into a wireless keyboard and mouse for your computer.

Setting up the RemoteDroid server on your PC
Here are the steps for d … Read More

Jun 22, 2010

Using a Bluetooth gamepad with your Android phone

I got a free Android phone, the HTC magic, with my cheap phone contract. Android is fantastic, but I’ve always wished it had a keyboard so I could type and play games more easily. I wondered if I’d be … Read More

Jun 22, 2010

New features from Android 2.1 to Android 2.2 Froyo

With all the hoopla lately about Android 2.2 (aka Froyo, which means frozen yogurt by the way) I figured I would write a brief rundown of some of the new features you can expect from the latest and g … Read More