Brag about your Chromecast Ultra with this 4K YouTube playlist

Jan 11 1:24pm Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
You don't have to look any further than YouTube for some great 4K. The Chromecast Ultra can handle 4K streaming like a champ, and if you have a 4K TV you'll be looking to get as much 4K content as possible. The problem is most of what you'll find today is still 1080p. The @Chromecast account has your back, though, pointing out that there's a great 4K-only YouTube playlist available that'll show off your great Chromecast Ultra and 4K TV. There are over 75 videos in the playlist, most of which are flyovers or nature shots of beautiful places with brilliant cinematography. Sure it isn't all...
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Charge devices quickly with the Zendure A8 now 48% off [DEALS]

Jan 11 1:00pm Android Community
Looking for a mobile charging solution that’s fast and reliable? Keep your devices juiced from virtually anywhere with the Zendure A8 26,800mAh QC3.0 Portable Battery Bank, 48\% off the retail price for readers of Android Community. The Zendure A8 is quite possibly the last portable charger you’ll ever need. It’s constructed using only the highest […]...
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How to use Bluetooth headphones with Google Daydream

Jan 11 12:30pm Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Audio is an integral part of enjoying Google Daydream, make sure you get the best experience possible. Being able to clearly hear what is going on around you when you are enjoying yourself in VR is key to really falling into the experience. So it's pretty common to want to invest in an awesome pair of bluetooth headphones so that you don't have to worry about wires getting in your way while you are playing. Unfortunately, bluetooth headphones don't tend to work particularly well in VR. It isn't impossible, and we've got the details for you on how to get the best audio experience. Read more...
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Pokemon Gos risks will still be evaluated in China before release

Jan 11 12:00pm Android Community
Pokemon Go, the popular augmented reality game by Nintendo and Niantic Labs, has been out for almost six months. It has broken numerous records in both the iOS App Store and Google Play Store. It has earned and have received millions of sign-ups and players within a few weeks after launch. It’s success has been […]...
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The Android launcher experience on tablets is still terrible

Jan 11 12:00pm Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
It's not quite a desktop, but it's not quite a normal home screen. The Android tablet experience is often awkward and awful, and that goes double for the launchers, which are inconsistent, inconvenient, and often times ugly. From third-party launchers to manufacturer versions of tablet layouts, there's a lot to be desired, and while part of that blame falls on developers, it also falls to Google, which has still not quite figured out how tablets should behave. And it falls on us. Because we just don't know what we want. Look at this screen. What do you see? I see a lot of wasted space...
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Huawei's next flagship is coming at MWC 2017

Jan 11 11:50am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Huawei P10 likely to break cover in Barcelona. Huawei has begun sending out save the date invites for its Mobile World Congress 2017 press conference, which kicks off on the afternoon of Sunday, February 26 in Barcelona, Spain. The invite promises the global unveiling of a new flagship device -- a surprising development perhaps, just a couple of months after the Mate 9's arrival. It's likely CEO Richard Yu will take the wraps off the Huawei P10, the successor to the P9, which will surely build on the hardware and software platform of Huawei's latest phablet. The rumor mill has yet to c...
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iPhone triumphs in U.S., while Android continues to decline

Jan 11 11:50am Cult of Android
Sorry Android, it seems that iOS got the better gifts this Christmas! According to the latest Kantar Worldpanel ComTech sales figures, iOS gained market share at Android’s expense in the United States, United Kingdom, France and elsewhere. In the U.S., this marked the sixth consecutive quarterly decline for Android, while Apple grew 6.4 percent year-on-year.Read the full article...The post iPhone triumphs in U.S., while Android continues to decline appeared first on Cult of Android.
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Everything you need to know about the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Jan 11 11:24am Android Army–Digital Trends
Xiaomi's Redmi Note 4 was released in August, but now it's hitting new markets. Starting January 19, it will become available in India, where its predecessor, the Redmi Note 3, is already popular. The post Everything you need to know about the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Flight attendants no longer have to warn you about Samsungs Galaxy Note 7

Jan 11 11:11am Android Army–Digital Trends
Samsung's incendiary Galaxy Note 7 is officially dead. The company has issued a second recall for the device, including the replacements, and will begin disabling all remaining phones through a software update later this month. The post Flight attendants no longer have to warn you about Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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FAA drops Galaxy Note 7 flight announcement requirement

Jan 11 11:08am Android and Me
With the potential for Samsung‘s Galaxy Note 7 to explode, airlines have been making announcements before flights to inform passengers that the device is banned from being brought on board. However, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced that it has dropped its requirement that these pre-flight announcements be made. Of course, [...]...
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Microsoft Team update: 1-on-1 audio calls, delete messages in 24 hours

Jan 11 11:00am Android Community
For companies that are heavy Microsoft product users, the emergence of the Microsoft Team app must have been a huge help, especially if you’re managing different projects and different teams. Now the newest update to the app brings a few improvements that may not be major but can certainly be useful. You will now be […]...
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What size microSD card should you buy for your Amazon Fire Tablet?

Jan 11 11:00am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
It's not always as easy as just buying whatever you see on Amazon. Sure, it sounds silly. But with the super-cheap Amazon Fire Tablet also comes an important decision on how best to expand the storage capacity. You can slot in a microSD card and make a small, cheap tablet have a lot more space to keep your apps and media. So, let's try and help you make the buying process a little easier by covering some key points to consider. READ: Best microSD Cards for Amazon Fire Tablet Onboard storage is low on the cheaper models If you go for the cheapest model, it's sold as an 8GB tablet. Ou...
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Facebook says new battery issues can be fixed with an app reset, no update on old battery issues

Jan 11 10:51am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
If your Facebook battery usage has been especially bad recently, it has apparently been fixed server-side. You don't use Facebook and also get surprised by battery drain issues, especially with the ocean of data to support just how hungry both Facebook and Messenger can be, but recently several users noticed a dramatic spike in power consumption. Some users reported as much a 1\% every minute when Facebook Messenger was open, and it turns out that's not the intended battery consumption rate for that app. Facebook's Messenger lead David Marcus responded to a recent complaint about power cons...
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ZTE will launch an Android Wear smartwatch in 2017

Jan 11 10:34am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Bucking the trend of other Android manufacturers, ZTE thinks the time is right to launch an Android Wear smartwatch. With the impending release of Android Wear 2.0, and two accompanying wearables from Google itself, ZTE says that it plans to enter the market, according to CNET. [ZTE] already has a US carrier partner lined up to sell the watch, which has its own LTE connection and can run independent of a phone, the story says, and that battery life, a primary issue with the last generation of smartwatches, has been improved tremendously. Whether independent LTE connectivity will be enoug...
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Nokia teases more announcements on February 26

Jan 11 10:32am Android and Me
Nokia‘s re-entry into the smartphone market appeared earlier this month in the form of the Nokia 6. The 6 is a mid-range device destined to for China, but many are still waiting a high-end flagship from Nokia. That wait might come to an end at the end of February. In celebration of the Nokia 6′s [...]...
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Using VR on an airplane is surprisingly enjoyable with the right apps!

Jan 11 10:30am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Your next flight should include a VR headset. I find myself in an airplane a couple of times a year, and every time the experience is the same. I'm in a small space in a seat that isn't uncomfortable but but still a little awkward, and I usually either grab a book or watch a movie I've downloaded to my tablet. This last trip, I decided to download movies to my phone and watch them through my VR headset. There were no expectations, I mostly wanted to see if watching in VR was any different from watching on my tablet. It was the best pair of flights I've ever had, I can't recommend it enough...
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Meizu to Announce the M5s on January 27th

Jan 11 10:25am Android Geeks
Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has sent out invites to a media event on January 27th, where it is rumored to unveil the M5s. The M5s has already been certified by 3C as well as TENAA in China, so the smartphone’s key specifications aren’t exactly a mystery at this point. Two versions of the M5s were […]...
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Grab a 64GB microSD card for just $16 at Amazon right now!

Jan 11 10:25am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Need some more storage space in your phone, tablet, camera, or computer? If so, why not grab a 64GB microSD card for just $16 so that you don't have to worry about how much storage you have left? With 64GB of extra space you can hold a bunch more movies, tons more music and pictures, and plenty of files that you may need at some point. The card also comes with a SD card adapter, so you can easily put it in your computer or card reader to transfer information to and from it. If 64GB isn't quite enough storage space for you, Amazon is also currently selling the 200GB card for just $65, which...
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Lollipop still the most popular, may be overtaken by Marshmallow soon

Jan 11 10:00am Android Community
A new quarter has started and we are looking forward to know how Android distribution changed the past few months. Lollipop is still on top just like the previous year. It has long been king in the mobile game but we have a feeling it will soon be overtaken by the fluffy Marshmallow as the gap […]...
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Best apps to help you make habits and stick to them

Jan 11 10:00am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Make a habit of making habits with these helpful tracking apps. You're probably sick of hearing the same old clichés about getting a handle back on life. Well, I'm not here to give you that rah-rah speech. Whether you get back on the saddle is ultimately up to you, but I can help you on a journey by suggesting a few apps that are effective at helping implement healthier habits into your daily life. Whether your goal for the year is to simply text your friends more often or to get into shape, here are a few Android apps worth trying out for yourself. Habitica If the standard chec...
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Nokia Teases Another Android Phone for February 26

Jan 11 9:57am Android Beat | Android News, Hacks, Apps, Tips & Reviews Blog
Last year, Nokia confirmed it would be making its way into the smartphone market again, thanks to devices running Google’s mobile operating system. Continue reading →...
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The rise and fall of Ara, Google's cancelled modular smartphone

Jan 11 9:52am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
The story of how one of the most ambitious technology projects in history almost came to be. Project Ara will always be one of the most fascinating and tragic stories in the history of smartphones. From its strange rise in 2013, boosted by its proximity (and similarity) to competitor Phonebloks, to its eventual goal of being released as a barebones $50 kit to enable low-income families in developing nations access to the internet, its ambition was always evident. But in September 2016, after Regina Dugan left ATAP, the Google division in charge of Ara, for a job at Facebook, then-new head...
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Get a lifetime of learning with the eduCBA Tech Training Bundle for $49!

Jan 11 9:30am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
You have to be a lifelong learner in every workplace these days. You can't rely on the skill set you acquired back in school or during your initial training; the word you need to get cozy with is upgrade. If you don't take the time to upgrade your skills, the powers that be just may decide to upgrade to a new employee, and that's a scary thought. You need to have a toolbox that's diverse, but how are you supposed to acquire tech and business skills without the time to devote to a heavy course load? You're not in any position to go back to school, but it doesn't feel like you really have a choi...
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LG G6 to be available in the South Korean market on March 10

Jan 11 9:00am Android Community
Yesterday, we mentioned that LG might use an 18:9 QHD + LCD panel for the next flagship phone and move away from modular design. We’ve heard a lot of other unconfirmed information about the phone including the idea that it will have a curved glass back, could be waterproof, and might have a removable battery, […]...
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Will there be a Samsung Galaxy Note 8?

Jan 11 9:00am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Did you hear? Samsung made a phone. It exploded. It got recalled. Then it exploded again. The Galaxy Note 7 will go down as perhaps the worst smartphone launch in history, but does that mean the long-running series is dead and buried? In the first in a new series or videos, we're answering your Android-related questions, and here's the first: Will there be a Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Check out today's video for my thoughts on this most flammable of burning questions, and hit the comments with questions of your own. If you're lucky, we might just tackle them in a future Ask AC vid...
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Google Home is the perfect example of how to make technology for women

Jan 11 8:59am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
It's all about the way it interacts, says Johna Paolino. Have you ever thought about the fact that there are bigger implications to how you personally interact with your devices? Johna Paolino certainly thinks about it, and thus, has thanked Google in a Medium post for paying closer attention...to the female users. Paolino writes that Google Home is the first major at-home gadget that she's taken a liking to. A user experience designer at TODO, she attributes it to the fact that Google Home is the complete package: a well-named product that requires an element of conversation. Paolino w...
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Samsung to Launch Its Foldable Smartphone in Q3, 2017

Jan 11 8:32am Android Beat | Android News, Hacks, Apps, Tips & Reviews Blog
A new report suggests that Samsung is finally ready to launch its first foldable smartphone in the third quarter of this year. Dubbed Galaxy X, foldable smartphones have existed in Samsung’s laboratories since the last few years. The company has also being showing prototype foldable smartphone at trade shows in recent years. Continue reading →...
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Nokia teases Feb 26 unveil for upcoming Android phones

Jan 11 8:22am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Nokia will announce new products at Mobile World Congress. HMD Global launched the first Nokia-branded Android smartphone over the weekend in China, called the Nokia 6. The phone is exclusive to the Chinese market, with Nokia stating that the decision to launch its first Android phone in the country was an obvious choice considering China is the largest smartphone market in the world. In a video highlighting the Nokia 6, the company has mentioned that more announcements will follow on February 26, a day before Mobile World Congress officially kicks off in Barcelona. It is like...
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Facebook testing out mid-roll ads for publisher videos

Jan 11 8:00am Android Community
Facebook has been constantly pushing their videos feature to its billions of users, from Live stream to the auto play feature on your timeline. But what they have not been successful at is monetizing views for both the company and the publishers themselves. It now looks as if they are testing out the mid-roll ad […]...
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Nokia will announce more Android smartphones on February 26

Jan 11 8:00am TechnoBuffaloAndroid – TechnoBuffalo
Nokia has teased the upcoming release of more Android-powered smartphones on February 26. The Finnish firm just re-entered the handset industry with the midrange Nokia 6 built by HMD Global, but it seems there’s more up its sleeve. The Nokia...
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What is HDR?

Jan 11 8:00am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Your phone takes HDR pictures and your TV shows HDR video. Here's what that means. HDR is a term that gets tossed around a lot, and it seems like it never really gets explained. It stands for High Dynamic Range, but it means different things depending on what exactly is being discussed. Let's break it down into simple terms so we all can understand what it means — and why it matters. You'll see HDR being used as a descriptor in a lot of different products — cameras, televisions, microphones, and even industrial and medical equipment. In the generic sense, HDR means a thing has...
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HTC Ocean Note Gets Spied, Features a Secondary Ticker Display

Jan 11 7:35am Android Geeks
Ahead of the HTC “For U” media event slated for tomorrow, multiple live images showing the upcoming “Ocean Note” phablet have been posted on Chinese microblogging site Weibo. One of the images reveals a secondary ticker display on top of the main display, similar to the secondary display found on the LG V20. So far, […]...
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FitBit acquires software platform of Vector Watch

Jan 11 7:00am Android Community
FitBit seems to be on a buying spree lately. After successfully acquiring the software business of Pebble (and breaking the hearts of Pebble smartwatch owners everywhere), FitBit has seemingly added a new team to their company, as Vector Watch announced that their team and their software platform are also on their way to joining the […]...
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How to fix 'You have downloads on too many devices' error on Netflix

Jan 11 7:00am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Getting a You have downloads on too many devices error on the Netflix Android app? Here's how to fix it. When Netflix introduced the ability to download content offline, people were thrilled — and rightfully so! Now it's possible to take Orange is the new Black on the subway, or Jessica Jones on a plane. It means being able to store as much content as your device can handle and watching it whenever or wherever you want, internet connection be damned! But there are some limitations. If you find yourself with an error message telling you that you have exceeded your device limit, ther...
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How to fix Galaxy S7 battery life problems

Jan 11 7:00am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
The Galaxy S7's battery is bigger than before, but you still don't want to waste what you have. The eternal quest for longer battery life in smartphones continues on, as evermore efficient chips and bigger batteries are in a battle with new software, apps, features and big screens. You want your phone to do everything, but also do it for a very long time — and those things are at odds, especially if you don't want to be chasing around a wall outlet everywhere you go. The Galaxy S7's 3000 mAh battery is bigger than last year's Galaxy S6 and offers really solid battery life, actually,...
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Top 3 Custom ROMs available for the OnePlus 3T

Jan 11 6:50am Android Geeks
If you want only what’s best for your OnePlus 3T then this tutorial is for you. Also, if you are an advanced user who likes to play with the built-in settings in order to test the performance of your smartphone you will definitely find the guidelines from down below more than useful. There I will […]...
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HTC Desire 650 to Roll Out Globally Starting Next Month

Jan 11 6:42am Android Geeks
HTC has announced that the Desire 650 entry-level Android smartphone will be rolled out globally in February. The smartphone was announced by the company in November last year and has so far been available only in Taiwan, where it went on sale in December. The list of countries where the Desire 650 will be available […]...
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Over 96% of Galaxy Note 7 Units Returned to Samsung; FAA Lifts Ban on Device

Jan 11 6:41am Android Beat | Android News, Hacks, Apps, Tips & Reviews Blog
Samsung today announced that over 96 percent of the Galaxy Note 7 units sold to the public across the world have been returned to it. The company notes that it has taken aggressive actions like completely disabling phone calling functionality by rolling out a software update for the phone by working closely with carriers. By limiting the functionality of the phone, Samsung left users who were still using the Note 7 as their primary device with no other option but to return it to the company. Continue reading →...
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More HTC U Ultra photos leaked a day before official announcement

Jan 11 6:00am Android Community
Tomorrow, we’ll find out what the HTC U event is all about. We’re guessing it’s a new Android smartphone– the HTC Alpine aka the HTC U Ultra aka the HTC Ocean Note. We’re betting on that HTC U Ultra name because the event has been dubbed as “for U”. A new set of leaked images of […]...
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Moto Z Play Gets a $50 Price Cut in the US

Jan 11 5:27am Android Geeks
The Motorola Moto Z Play may not be a flagship-grade handset like the other Moto Z devices, but it is still a pretty impressive smartphone overall, especially if you’re in the market for a new Android smartphone with a near-stock Android experience and a sub $500 price tag. In case you are interested in the […]...
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Lenovo P2 makes its debut in India with huge 5100mAh battery

Jan 11 5:17am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Snapdragon 625, 5100mAh battery, and fast charging for ₹16,999. Lenovo's latest phone in India is the budget-centric P2. The phone will be going up for sale later today in Champagne Gold and Graphite Grey color options, and will be exclusive to Flipkart. The highlight of the P2 is the 5100mAh battery, which Lenovo says will last up to three days on a full charge. The company is also touting its new fast charging solution, which provides up to 10 hours of normal usage with a 15-minute charge. The Lenovo P2 features a 5.5-inch Full HD display, and is powered by an octa-core 14nm Sn...
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Bargain alert: If youre quick, the Honor 6X can be yours for only $200

Jan 11 5:10am Android Army–Digital Trends
We liked the new Honor 6X so much, we awarded it our best mobile device award at this year's CES technology event. Here's everything you need to know about it, including how to buy it for only $200. The post Bargain alert: If you’re quick, the Honor 6X can be yours for only $200 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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You can get the Honor 6X for just $199 today, but you'll have to act fast

Jan 11 5:07am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Honor 6X's first flash sale kicks off later today in the U.S. Honor unveiled the budget Honor 6X last week, and the handset will be available for sale in the U.S. starting January 15 for $249 unlocked. Ahead of its debut, Honor is running a flash sale on its website that kicks off at 12 p.m. CST, in which it is offering the Honor 6X for $199, a $50 discount. To be eligible, you'll have to register on Honor's website ahead of the sale, following which you will receive a coupon code in your email. Once the flash sale kicks off, you'll be able to use the coupon to claim a $50 discount on th...
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Lenovo P2 with massive 5100mAh battery and 5.5-inch FHD AMOLED display launched in India

Jan 11 4:57am Android Geeks
Lenovo had been teasing the launch of its P2 smartphone in India for quite some time, and today the company has finally announced it for the Indian market. The Lenovo P2 is made official in 3GB RAM/4GB RAM variants, priced at Rs. 16,999 and Rs. 17,999 respectively. It will exclusively go on sale via Flipkart […]...
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U.S. airlines are no longer required to warn passengers about the Note 7

Jan 11 4:12am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
The Note 7 saga is finally coming to a close. The Federal Aviation Administration has announced that airlines in the U.S. will no longer have to notify passengers about the Note 7. The phone is still banned from all passenger and cargo aircraft, but with Samsung stating that it recovered over 96\% of Note 7 devices, the Department of Transportation is lifting its requirement regarding pre-boarding notifications: The Department of Transportation removed the requirement for air carriers to specifically notify passengers about the Note7 phone immediately prior to boarding due to the high...
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WhatsApp now lets you search for GIFs from within its interface

Jan 11 2:23am Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Spicing up your conversations with GIFs is easier than ever before. The latest update to WhatsApp beta introduces GIF search, allowing you to search for and add GIFs without leaving the messaging platform. WhatsApp added support for GIFs a few months ago, although it was limited to sharing locally-saved GIFs. Today's update makes it easier to search through Giphy's extensive library and add GIFs directly from within WhatsApp's interface. The update also increases the media sharing limit from 10 to 30. The GIF search is accessible by selecting the emoji button to the left of the text fi...
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Suddenly Facing Battery Life Issues on Your Android Phone? Heres How to Fix It

Jan 11 1:07am Android Beat | Android News, Hacks, Apps, Tips & Reviews Blog
Own a Galaxy S7, S7 edge, Galaxy Note 5, or any other Android device and noticed a sudden increase in battery drain? You are not alone. Hundreds of Galaxy S7, S7 edge, and Nexus 6P owners have been complaining about their phone getting hot and its battery draining too fast.  Continue reading →...
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Purported Official Renders of the Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C7 Pro Leak Out

Jan 11 12:34am Android Geeks
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy C5 Pro and Galaxy C7 Pro smartphones have leaked online yet again. Ahead of their expected official unveiling, two alleged official renders of the smartphones have been published on Chinese microblogging site Weibo. The first render shows off the two handsets from the side, alongside the Galaxy C9 Pro, which is already […]...
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Sony is bringing their crazy 120 ultra short throw projector to Australia

Jan 10 10:36pm Ausdroid
Often at CES we see crazy products that will never actually see the light of day, let alone actually make it to Australia. When I saw the Sony VPL-VZ1000ES ultra short throw 4K HDR home theatre projector announced I immediately dismissed it as a never coming to Australia product, and I was wrong. Sony Australia … The post Sony is bringing their crazy 120″ ultra short throw projector to Australia appeared first on Ausdroid.
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SK Hynix announces super high density 8GB LPDDR4X mobile DRAM

Jan 10 10:00pm Android Community
SK Hynix Inc. is proud to reveal its 8GB LPDDR4X mobile DRAM. The company said it’s the first highest density in the world but we remember Samsung already has their 8GB Low Power Double Data Rate 4 (LPDDR4) package. We’d easily believe SK Hynix if we didn’t know about Samsung’s 8GB RAM module. This new […]...
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ZTE will enter the Android Wear market this year

Jan 10 10:00pm Ausdroid
We’re hoping for great things for Android Wear in 2017, Android Wear 2.0 is scheduled for its final release, Android Pay has been confirmed as coming to the platform and we’ve even got some Google Nexus style devices heading our way. On top of this we’re also hoping for a solid range of choice in … The post ZTE will enter the Android Wear market this year appeared first on Ausdroid.
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Android Central 320: CES 2017 Retrospective with Windows Central

Jan 10 9:15pm Android Central - Android Forums, News, Reviews, Help and Android Wallpapers
Trade show podcasts are the best podcasts, particularly when it’s a show like CES and we get together people from across Mobile Nations. Andrew Martonik, Russell Holly and Derek Kessler lead you through this super-long episode with the help of Phil Nickinson and Michael Fisher. We cover the news from just about every corner of CES, and have a few laughs along the way! Podcast MP3 URL: http://traffic.libsyn.com/androidcentral/androidcentral320.mp3...
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Sony to release DK60 USB Type-C charging dock by February

Jan 10 9:00pm Android Community
A lot of industry insiders are saying that the USB Type-C will eventually be the USB specification of the future. And while there are already devices out in the market that have this kind of port, it still hasn’t caught on as fast as expected. But since Sony has released several devices like the Xperia […]...
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Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro were just shown off in this newly leaked image

Jan 10 8:36pm Android Army–Digital Trends
The Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro are expected to soon join the already-released C9 Pro. But what will the new phones have to offer? Here's everything we know about them so far. The post Samsung Galaxy C5 Pro and C7 Pro were just shown off in this newly leaked image appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Google Voice may be receiving a long, overdue update soon

Jan 10 8:00pm Android Community
After reading the headline, your first reaction may have been, “What, there is still Google Voice?” But yes, the tech giant may not have been paying much attention to the telephony service that lets you do voice and text messaging, as well as call forwarding and voicemail services. An unintentionally (or so they say) leaked […]...
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Verizon customers averaging 200GB per month asked to change plans

Jan 10 7:00pm Android Community
Previously, Verizon had been telling their “unlimited” data users who were heavily using data that they will not be able to keep their plans and offered several other options from them. Now it seems that a new batch of subscribers have received letters saying that they need to be able to choose a new plan […]...
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Nougat grows and Froyo disappears in Googles latest Android distribution stats

Jan 10 6:25pm Android and Me
Google today released its latest Android distribution numbers, which reveal which versions of Android were used to access the Play Store during the seven-day period ending on January 9. Android 7.0 and 7.1 Nougat’s usage grew during that time, finishing at 0.7 percent. To compare,...
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LG Bringing 18:9 Display To The G6 And Plan To Beat The S8 To Market

Jan 10 6:16pm Ausdroid
For all intents and purposes the LG G5 was a failure. It was innovative but the implementation of the modular innovation was poor. Sales of it weren’t great either according to LG’s financial statements. It had a decent camera and display but in the end just did not sell well. In 2017 LG are hoping … The post LG Bringing 18:9 Display To The G6 And Plan To Beat The S8 To Market appeared first on Ausdroid.
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Bypass codes, hack your way to victory in The Hacker 2.0

Jan 10 6:00pm Android Community
We can never play enough of mobile puzzle games especially if the theme is geeky-nerdy. ‘The Hacker 2.0’ is a perfect example of a new adventure for the techie geniuses. You have numerous missions to complete where there are over 80 different levels to explore and finish in time. In The Hacker 2.0, you are […]...
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It's time to accept reality Android users. The headphone jack's going away.

Jan 10 5:42pm Android
If you haven't gotten over Apple removing the headphone jack from the iPhone 7, then make it your New Year's resolution to do so because Android phones are almost certainly going to follow suit and gut the port. Word on the street is HTC's next flagship phone, expected to be unveiled on Thursday, will be the latest phone to kill the headphone jack. SEE ALSO: Here's what the most expensive headphones in the world sound like Images posted to Weibo (via Android Police) claiming to be HTC's unannounced phone reveal a device that borrows ideas from the LG V20. Specifically, the little secondary d...
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