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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.

How to Bypass the Samsung Galaxy S3 Lockscreen

How to Bypass the Samsung Galaxy S3 Lockscreen

We have shown you how to bypass and reset your Android lockscreen before on this blog, but this post in particular is about the Galaxy S3. The S3 is one of the most popular phones out there, and it also has some very particular exploits that can enable you to bypass the lockscreen entirely, in…

Top 5 Android Keyboard Replacements for Phones and Tablets

Top 5 Android Keyboard Replacements for Phones and Tablets

One of the best features of Android is how easy it is to customize it to your needs. Being able to select how you want to launch your apps, or how the OS should look is a killer feature, and among all the possible¬†customization¬†options, replacing the keyboard is one of the simpler ones, but which…

How to Backup Contacts and SMS to SD Card on Android

How to Backup Contacts and SMS to SD Card on Android

We all have data on our phones we can’t afford to lose. Seeing as these days, we literally have mini-computers in out pockets, that we can use for countless things, we accumulate a lot of data that is important to us. One big example of this kind of data is our contacts, or our messages.…

How to Increase Audio Volume on Android

How to Increase Audio Volume on Android

Are you unsatisfied with the volume of your Android device? Maybe it’s time to turn it up to 11! There are a few ways to increase the volume on Android, but generally device-specific solutions tend to work better. I’ll be showing you a few ways to do this and the tools you can use, although…

App Review: Google Keep – A Note-Taking Service

App Review: Google Keep – A Note-Taking Service

This week saw the release of Google Keep, a Google-made note-taking service, and it comes with a very nice looking, powerful Android app that you can download right now and give it a whirl. Android has lacked a note-taking app since release, with users instead relying on external services like Colornote, Evernote, and so on.…

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…