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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 Move Android Apps to the SD Card

How to Move Android Apps to the SD Card

If you’ve ever seen your device complain that it is out of memory, especially when trying to install a new app, don’t feel too bad: we’ve all been there. Android has a way to install apps and manage available space that has it’s quirks, and unfortunately for us we have to work around them. New…

How to add Taskbar Shortcuts on Android

How to add Taskbar Shortcuts on Android

One of the great advantages I find in using and installing custom ROMS and rooting is being able to make things a little more practical on my device. And one of the features I miss the most in stock ROMS is taskbar shortcuts. They really are a lifesaver, allowing you to easily switch important settings…

How to Setup Photos for Contacts on Android

How to Setup Photos for Contacts on Android

Android has always been very good at keeping track and integrating your contacts into the operating system, whether they come from GMail, your SIM card, Facebook and even Skype. At least, this was the case in Gingerbread. Unfortunately, when Android was updated to 4.0, the ability to sync Facebook contacts was removed, apparently due to some…

Top 7 Ways to Improve your Android Battery Life

Top 7 Ways to Improve your Android Battery Life

Battery life is unfortunately one of the things that hasn’t radically evolved along with the rest of smartphone technology. We are still limited in both capacity and space, and using the phone to its full potential will quickly deplete a full charge. Add to this the fact that the battery will also wear out by…

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy S3

How to Root the Samsung Galaxy S3

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is one of the most popular devices around, and for good reason. For a long time, and even today, Galaxy devices were considered the cream of the crop of the Android ecosystem. Their accessible price, along with future-proof specs, made them very attractive for new buyers looking to own a Android…

All About the New Nexus Devices from Google

All About the New Nexus Devices from Google

As usual with a new version of Android, Google has announced new Nexus devices. Nexus devices attract a lot of popularity because they represent what a lot of users wish Android would be from the get go: always up to date and with no garbage in the OS, a true stock Android experience sent directly…

Top 5 Best New Features in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

Top 5 Best New Features in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

As you may know, Google has released a brand new version of Android, bumping it from 4.1 to 4.2. It still retains the same name, “Jellybean”, and is a simple version bump, however it does have some interesting new features. If you were expecting a new Project Butter or something like that, you may have…