Tags Posts tagged with "phone"

phone

0

Introduction
A smartwatch with 1.4″ 400 x 400 pixels Super AMOLED screen + Corning Gorilla Glass 3 protection. Powered by MTK6580M Quad Core 1.0GHz with Android 5.1 OS. Come with large 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM. Loaded with Samsung heart rate chip, 2.0 MP camera, GPS, Bluetooth 4.0 and even support nano SIM for phone call. Yup, that’s Zeblaze THOR 3G Smartwatch that I am talking about. Interested? Read on to find out…

0

Google did not like external storage accessories such as SD cards. You can’t install applications on external microSD card. However, things changed after Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Yup, Android 6.0 introduces the ability to adopt external storage media to act like internal storage. Applications and data can be stored at external storage from now on. External storage media is formatted and encrypted when adopted. And can work with a single Android device at a time only. So it is safe to store both apps and private data for all users.

2

Introduction
Love to take photo with your smartphone? Yes, more and more people are using smartphone camera to capture and share photo at social networking sites like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. I have a nice gadget to let you further enhance phone photo taking ability and creativity. Joby GripTight Micro Stand is the pocket-sized smartphone tripod that can help you do so. Besides taking photo, you can use it as portable stand for video call and movie too. Interested? Read on then…

Joby-GripTight-Micro-Stand_01
Joby GripTight Micro Stand

0

Phone unlocks itself in the pocket occasionally? Pocket Lock application is the one that you need. It keeps your phone off when in your pocket. Locks and unlock your phone using the proximity and gravity sensor. No more accidental activity in your pocket. And keep your power button for a longer lifespan as all you need to wave hand over phone screen to unlock. No power button pressing is needed.

Pocket-Lock
Pocket Lock

2

Android Device Manager is one of the best tools to find your lost Android phone and tablet. You can use Android Device Manager application from Play Store instead of web based version to find other Android devices now. Of course, you need to have another Android device in order to use it. Just like my example, I am using Nexus 7 (2013) to track Galaxy S4.

Android-Device-Manager
Android Device Manager

REVIEWS

0
Introduction Stuck with USB 2.0? No worry, get yourself a USB3.1 PCI-E Adapter like ORICO PA31-AC will do. Yes, it has 2 SuperSpeed+ USB 3.1...

NEWS

0
That's the Sonoff WiFi Wireless Smart Switch for MQTT COAP Smart Home. Sonoff is a cost effective smart home solution designed and produced by...