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How to set the SD card as the default location for your Galaxy S4 photos

The first time I started snapping photos with my Galaxy S4 I was relatively satisfied. The 13 megapixel photos almost rivaled the pixel depth of my 16 megapixel Nikon DSLR.  Most of the images were sharp, well exposed and generally copacetic. So

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Automatically backup text messages to Gmail with SMS Backup

Sit with me and envision the following scenario: You’re out enjoying drinks with a few friends and as the night matures you become increasingly immature. (not to mention inebriated) You and your squad order a basket of hot wings then you

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How can I tell if an Android app is malicious?

With such a preponderance of apps in the Google Play store you can sometimes feel like it’s both a boon and bane at the same time. On the one hand, the abundance of options gives you the flexibility to choose the

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Security Research Labs hacks Galaxy S5 fingerprint reader

The fingerprint reader on the Galaxy S5 has been hacked. Here’s what you need to know

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3 smart ways to speed up Chrome on your Galaxy S4

How to speed up Chrome on your Smartphone! I’ll have you going in no time: check out my three tricks.

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