Since smartwatches are still rather new wearables, learning how to use them can take some time. During that process, you may find that your watch behaves erratically. If you have no clue why the device is malfunctioning, resetting it to its default state is recommended. Here is how to do it on an Apple Watch.
If the charge on your iPhone’s battery is running out too quickly, follow the steps in this tutorial to get a few extra hours for your phone without using any third-party apps.
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Making and answering phone calls right from your wrist is one of the coolest uses of the Apple Watch. It is especially helpful when both of your hands are busy. Here is how to use this feature.
By default, digital watch faces on the Apple Watch will display time in 12-Hour mode. It may take a while to get used to this display mode if you are accustomed to a 24-Hour clock. Luckily, switching between the two modes is easy.
Depending on your Android device, you could possibly have different applications that perform the same function. In some situations, you may find that you want to execute a certain command automatically using a specific application (e.g., opening the message application). There will also be times when you want to choose a specific app for opening a program or file. You can set default applications on your Android phone that will automatically be used when you open or perform certain commands or gestures. You can clear these default apps by going to Settings. Here are the instructions for setting and clearing default applications on your Android device. Read on.
By default, the internal memory of your Firefox OS device is used for storing your multimedia files. All photos and videos taken on your cell phone will be automatically saved on your device’s internal ROM. This may not seem like a problem at first, but later on, you will find yourself running out of valuable phone storage space. You can insert an SD card and manually transfer these files to the newly inserted external memory card. However, the process can be tedious and time-consuming, depending on the number of multi-media files and the transfer speeds. If this is an issue for you, then we have a solution. You can actually configure your phone to use an external SD card as the default storage location for your media files. Keep reading to find out how.