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How to restore an HTC Android phone to stock using an RUU [Video]

Restoring an Android device to stock is one of the first things potential root users wonder about: “If I root it, can I return it

March 29, 2013 Android, Good and EVO, Tutorials
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How to create a toggleable task in Tasker

Creating a toggleable in Tasker is something I’ve mentioned on occasion before, but it’s such a useful little trick to know that I thought I would

March 28, 2013 Android, Apps, Tutorials
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How to use the Sony Smartwatch with Tasker

Smartwatches have been a thing for a little while now, and rumors have it that both Samsung and Apple are releasing their own this year.

March 27, 2013 Accessories, Android, Tutorials
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How to use the Sony Ericsson LiveView with OpenLiveView and Tasker

Many moons ago, I got my hands on a Sony Ericsson LiveView smartwatch for next to nothing. It’s a product that never sold well due

March 26, 2013 Accessories, Android, Tutorials
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How to change the DNS settings on your Chromebook, and use Google’s

An area that’s long been lacking on Chrome OS devices is the ability to manually change your DNS settings. There are lots of reasons why

March 26, 2013 Laptops, Tutorials
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How to mount the LG Nexus 4 as a USB drive in Linux

So far, I like my Nexus 4 quite a bit, but there is one design decision that has already begun to bother me. Starting with

March 25, 2013 Android, Tutorials
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How to use AutoNotification and AutoRemote Notification for Android/Tasker

The Auto series of apps by developer joaomgcd have been heavily featured on the site before, and now that I have a phone on Jelly

March 25, 2013 Android, Apps, Tutorials
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How to automatically restore the previous session when logging off RDP

Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) for remote controlling a computer has some decent features, but there’s one feature I’m not a big fan of. When

March 25, 2013 Microsoft, Tutorials
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How to quickly and easily increase memory (and maybe performance) on Chrome OS

Let’s not try and sugar-coat anything: Chrome can be a memory hog at times, and the default 2GB of RAM available on most Chromebooks today

March 21, 2013 Laptops, Tips & Deals, Tutorials
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How to access more fonts in Google Drive than you’ll ever need

When Google Docs first launched years ago, one of my biggest criticisms was its lack of font selection (I’m fairly certain it had less than

March 20, 2013 Tips & Deals, Tutorials
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