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Syed H

Syed H

Been using Android since '09 and haven't looked back.

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What To Consider When Purchasing an Android Smartphone

Have you ever found yourself at your wireless carrier’s store, looking to buy a phone, but you simply can’t make up your mind? Choosing between smartphones can be confusing and even difficult. But if you answer these questions before you take a trip to your local Verizon/AT&T/Sprint/etc. store, your decision will be clearer.  

How to Install Google Now on (almost) any ICS Phone

How to Install Google Now on (almost) any ICS Phone

Android is notorious for their oft-delayed updates to all tiers of phones, regardless of who makes them. Sometimes manufacturers will promise an update ‘very soon’ only for it to be released 3-6 months later. Motorola recently told Atrix, Photon, and Electrify users they won’t be getting ICS even though they were PROMISED it. The bottom…

The History of Android: From Cupcakes to Jelly Beans

The History of Android: From Cupcakes to Jelly Beans

Whether you know it or not, its been almost a week and four years since Android’s first software release. Although it has recently garnered a lot of attention from the market and media, Android was relatively unknown to most consumers throughout its early years. It has since then taken the market by storm, flooding shelves…

How to install Android USB Drivers on your Computer

How to install Android USB Drivers on your Computer

Want to access your Android device through a computer? Whether it be for transferring files, tethering, executing commands, rooting, or backing up your important data. If you want your PC to recognize your Android device, you’ll need to learn about Drivers and how to install them on your computer. Check out this lesson below to…

How to Install ADB On A Windows 7 PC

How to Install ADB On A Windows 7 PC

WHAT IS ADB? First of all, let me clarify what ADB is and what it does. ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge and comes included with the Android Software Development Kit (SDK). While it is essentially the same as a terminal emulator running on your phone, it is far easier to use because of the tediousness…

Editorial: Why You Should Go Nexus

These days in the mobile industry, you only hear about Samsung or Apple’s products, commercials, or legal disputes. People generally think of the Galaxy and iPhone lines as the best phones/tablets to own. Unfortunately, in the midst of all the flagship phones and tablets released by Motorola, HTC, Samsung, Asus, and LG. But Google’s Nexus…