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Carlos S.

Carlos S.

Carlos is a guy. He likes technology and gadgets, and sometimes even writes about them! You can routinely see him playing with his smartphone and avoiding social interaction.

A Simple Android Web Browser Review

A Simple Android Web Browser Review

I have tried a lot of web browsers on my Android devices over the years, the quality ranging from abysmal to just plain useful. The stock browser that comes with Android does a pretty fine job, and also manages to support Flash and not have any major compatibility problems, but the UI sucks (it gets…

How to Wirelessly Manage Your Android Device with AirDroid

How to Wirelessly Manage Your Android Device with AirDroid

AirDroid is one of those apps that I just can’t seem to go without these days. It’s incredibly useful, and everyone I show it to also seems to want to use it. In very broad terms, AirDroid basically acts like a interface between your Android device and your computer, all through a web browser. What…

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 2

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy Note 2

In this tutorial we will show you how you can root your Galaxy Note 2, while keeping your stock recovery. It’s very similar to the one posted before for the Galaxy S3, to the point where we will use the same tool (CF Auto-Root), differing only slightly in the procedure. The reason this is the…

Best Podcast Apps for Android

Best Podcast Apps for Android

If you’re like me, listening to podcasts is one of those things you just do regularly. I always like to have some background noise going on while I’m doing my work, exercising or browsing, and what better to listen to than a few podcasts featuring some of my favorite people? Rarely a day goes by…

How to Enable OTA Updates on Rooted Samsung Galaxy S3

How to Enable OTA Updates on Rooted Samsung Galaxy S3

We have published a method to root the Galaxy S3 before on this site, but many of you have been inquiring how to remove root in order to support OTA (over the air) operations once again and update to the most current firmware. If you used the method described in our website, then you already have root…

Using Chrome (and Chrome Beta) Browser on Android

Using Chrome (and Chrome Beta) Browser on Android

If you have ever used the Internet at all (and if you’re reading this, that’s a pretty safe bet), chances are you either use or at least have heard of Chrome, Google’s very own browser. Chrome was released in 2008, and has slowly but steadily been growing in popularity over the years, converting users from…

How to Easily Add Album Art to Music on Android

How to Easily Add Album Art to Music on Android

If you’re like me, you have quite a large library of music on your phone. It’s awesome to listen to your favorite music on the move, and one of the reasons I prefer phones with SD card support, so I can just insert my usual SD card and instantly have access to what I want…