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How to improve Google Nexus 7 sound? Make Nexus 7 audio louder and better. BEATS+XLOUDER! JB Louder Audio Improvement Patch can do so. It increases all music, notifications, loudspeaker sound, ear speaker sound, in-call volume and headset sounds. It is easily to identify the louder audio but it is hard for me to identify the audio improvement especially the Beats mod. So try it yourself to find out…

Nexus Louder


How to install Android applications and games in .apk format on Samsung Galaxy S III? This is the question that a new Android user will ask. You can get most of the Android applications and games in Google Play Store (previously Android Market). However, certain useful Android applications cannot be found in Google Play Store due to policy issue. And they are in .apk format. You will get Install blocked ~ For security, your phone is set to block installation of applications not obtained from Android Market when tried to install it. No worry, there is a way to install Android applications and games in apk format on Samsung Galaxy S3.

Install .apk apps & games on Samsung Galaxy S3


How to root Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300 or GT-I9300T? Is that the question in your mind when you got Samsung Galaxy S3. For me, root access is a must have for Android devices. You can do lot of interesting stuffs like backup applications and data with Titanium Backup, remove advertisements, improve user experience with custom modification… Thanks to CF-Root. Root Samsung Galaxy S3 is not a mission impossible task. Just watch the step by step video guide to learn how to root Samsung Galaxy S3.


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How to remove bloatware on Google Nexus 7? Seriously, are there still bloatware on Nexus 7? It is already a very slim and clean stock Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Well, I use Nexus 7 as a gaming machine and Internet browsing tool. And use most of other stuffs on my smartphone. So there are several built-in applications are considered bloatware to me. For example, Currents, Earth, Email, Google+, Massager, People, Talk… Remove them might save some memory resources for better gaming.

Disable bloatware on Google Nexus 7


I love exFAT supported external micro SD card on Samsung Galaxy S III. I can enjoy movie video that more than 4GB file size finally. However, Samsung Galaxy S3 does not support USB mass storage mode natively. Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich seems to disable USB mass storage feature. Latest Samsung Galaxy S2 ICS firmware does not have this feature too. But worry no more, there is an application called SGS3 Easy UMS can help to enable USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S3. It will make external micro SD card on Samsung Galaxy S3 available as USB mass storage device. It supports exFAT for the moment (tried FAT32 but not working). Come on, try it out. Don’t stick on Media device (MTP) and Camera (PTP) mode only. Note – root access is required.

USB mass storage on Samsung Galaxy S3