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How to create a Windows comic book server for iOS or Android

If you’ve got an iPad or Android device with limited internal storage and like reading CBR/CBZ format comic books, chances are you’ve been in the

June 22, 2015 Good and EVO, Tutorials
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How to submit a useful bug report on Android

“Logcat or GTFO,” is a common phrase when you’re browsing through development forums for help with a problem. It might seem as though this is

April 09, 2015 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials
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Windows: Fixing your internet connection after an infection

I got a call from my little brother whose Windows system was shot. He’d evidently installed a game, that game installed a toolbar, that toolbar installed an

March 10, 2015 Microsoft, Tutorials
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How to fix Android not mounting as a drive

This is for Android 4.4+ devices that were mounting as a drive, and then something changed. There are other reasons an Android device might not

January 29, 2015 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials
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How to disable HTC Sync Manager w/o uninstalling

If you’re a root user, or considering becoming one, you’ve probably read many instructions to uninstall HTC Sync Manager, or potentially kiss your phone goodbye

February 24, 2014 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials
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Power root user best practices and tips

It’s been a little over three years since I first set foot into the Android root world by rooting my HTC EVO 4G, and since

December 16, 2013 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials
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Google Voice location based call forwarding using Tasker and Locale GV Settings Plugin

One of the problems I have with Google Voice is that, to use multiple phones, you either have to set call screening on, or make

November 13, 2013 Android, Apps, Tutorials
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Using Tasker to automatically offload media to USB

One of the things I absolutely abhor about modern smartphones is the insistence of the manufacturers to sacrifice expandability for the sake of thinness. Case

November 11, 2013 Android, Pocketables, Tutorials
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How to root a Chromecast and flash updated firmware

If you’ve got a Chromecast and haven’t yet connected it to your network, chances are you’ve got one with a vulnerable bootloader and can root

October 31, 2013 Accessories, Android, Tutorials
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How to fix Google Wallet showing unsupported on rooted devices

For the longest time, if you flashed a custom ROM onto your Android device, Google Wallet would show a message saying “unsupported device” at the

July 17, 2013 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials
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