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LolaBelle
11 hours ago

At the moment I have both on my Android phone, but it seems as if there is almost no difference between the two since the latest updates to Hangouts. Is...

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stylor
5 days ago

I decided to up my security game and encrypt my Android phone (Galaxy S4). Everything seems to have gone ok, but the encryption process is taking forever. I...

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becker
6 days ago
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I need to buy a few dozen tablets for running survey software which only works on Windows. Is there any way to run Windows XP or Windows...

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owen
1 week ago

What do you need to do to be able to run Android apps on a Chromebook? In light of how closely related Android and Chrome OSes are, it wouldn’t seem to be...

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LolaBelle
1 week ago

I’ve been talking to my phone like an idiot, saying OK Google to it repeatedly in an attempt to get it to respond. Nope. Nada. It’s looked like a useful...

penny
1 week ago
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jack12
2 weeks ago

Someone told me that there was a way to set up push notifications on your PC so you don't have to constantly pull out your Android when...

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MrsMith
2 weeks ago

It shouldn’t be too much longer until the next “letter” release in Android comes out. To be honest, I’ve been pretty satisfied with Android since 4.0 Ice...

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dthomas
3 weeks ago

I was told that when I travel, I may “need to update the PRL to get a good connection” on my Sprint phone (a Samsung Galaxy S3). Two questions: What exactly...

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tswayne
3 weeks ago

I need some images of data, and the only way I can figure out how to get that is to take a photo, which looks crummy and has annoying...

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