Review: Seidio Extended battery for the Samsung Galaxy S3

December 30, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Android OS, Cell Phones, Product Reviews 

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is a great phone but if you use 4G service, play games and watch videos the phone will drain the battery fast. Seidio has a solution, the SSGS3
extended battery pack. This 3500mAh battery pack will almost double your battery life over the OEM 2100mAh battery that comes with the S3. Read more

Google Maps now available for iOS

December 13, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Apple IMac/Iphone/Ipad, Cell Phones 

The long wait is over, Google Maps for iOS was released this morning and is available on iTunes. It’s all there too – Turn by turn voice guided navigation, street view, biking and walking directions, 2D and 3D maps. In the short time that it has been available it has already received over 8500 ratings. Read more

Installing Adobe Flash player on Android devices

November 19, 2012 by · 29 Comments
Filed under: Android OS, Cell Phones, Computer Tips & Techniques 

Adobe has officially stopped supporting Flash on Android devices but with so many web sites like Youtube needing Flash to show the content there needs to be a way to solve this problem. We will show you how to sideload Adobe Flash player onto your Android device so you can still use all of the web content that relies on it to operate. You do not need to root your device or change any system files to do this so your warranty will still be valid. Read more

Samsung has started the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean updates!

September 24, 2012 by · Leave a Comment
Filed under: Android OS, Cell Phones 

Samsung has started the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for their Galaxy S3 Android phone. The update was released today to users in Poland, Serbia and Croatia with the rest of the world coming in the next few weeks. Carriers may delay the individual phone updates a little as they tweak the software to their requirements or add app to the build. The JB update will bring security and speed improvements as well as adding “Google Now” to the OS. This upgrade will be available over the air or via Kies desktop software depending on phone and carrier. It seems Samsung is trying to beat the other phone vendors to the gate where OS upgrades are involved too, check out the list of devices. Read more

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