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Posted January 27, 2016 by

Log In with a Different Apple ID on Your iPhone

Login with Another Apple ID on iPhone

You can use multiple Apple ID’s on one iOS device. You just need to log in with a different Apple ID on your iPhone to switch to a different account. Switching accounts can be useful for those who are playing multiple entities for online apps that require an Apple ID for each account. Logging out of an account protects your privacy, especially if someone else uses your phone. This tutorial explains how you can log in with a different Apple ID on your iPhone.

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Posted January 26, 2016 by

How Do I Transfer Music to My Samsung Gear S2?

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The Gear S2 has a built-in music player that can play music stored on the watch. This feature is especially convenient when you want to listen to music while working out, but you do not want to bring your phone with you. Using the Samsung Gear app on your phone, you can send music to the watch. Here is how to do it.

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Posted January 25, 2016 by

Use Multiple Clash of Clans Accounts on Your iPhone

Clash of Clans - Multiple Accounts on One Device

Clash of Clans is currently one of the most popular mobile massively multiplayer online (MMO) strategy games. The game is available on Android and iOS. Android players are able to use multiple Clash of Clans accounts on their Android devices. This allows players to switch between multiple accounts simply by using the Connect/Disconnect button on the game’s Settings menu.

For iPhone users like me, it may be unfortunate to discover that the Connect/Disconnect button is not available on the iOS version of the game. Luckily, I discovered a way to use multiple Clash of Clans accounts on iPhone. It started out as an accident. Let me share the story.

I love legal gambling. While I was playing blackjack on my favorite Arabic casino online with a friend, I got very unlucky, so I switched to poker online. That was when Lady Luck struck, and in no time, I was making money, loads of it. My friend was on a losing streak and borrowed some money from me. I asked for his assurance to repay, so he temporarily gave me his iPhone. To protect his privacy, a reset was done on his iPhone. The reset allowed me to discover that one can use multiple Clash of Clans accounts on iPhone.

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Category Apple iPhone, Apps

Posted January 25, 2016 by

How to Control Your Mouse Scroll Speed in Windows 10

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Have you ever gotten frustrated while using your mouse wheel to scroll through long documents or gotten a sore pointer finger from scrolling through an endless Facebook or Tumblr feed? I cannot help with your social media addiction, but I can help you change your mouse settings on your Windows 10 computer to increase your mouse scroll speed to save you time and finger exhaustion. Here’s how:

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Category Windows 10

Posted January 23, 2016 by

How to Use Pandora Outside of the US, Australia or New Zealand

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Pandora is a well-known music streaming and music recommendation service. The only drawback is that it is only available in the US, Australia and New Zealand. Even if you come from one of these countries, but you are currently living somewhere else, you will not be able to use Pandora as it blocks your IP. Luckily, tricking Pandora to make it think that you are living in the US, Australia or New Zealand is rather easy. Here is how to do it on an Android smart phone.

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Category Android, Internet

Posted January 22, 2016 by

How to Use iPhone Without the Power Button

Use iPhone With Defective Power Button

Imagine this: Your iPhone’s Power button suddenly malfunctions. You do not have the resources and time to go to a service center to have it repaired. What would you do? If your answer is tearfully to hide your iPhone in a secure place until you have enough money and time for a repair, then you are incorrect. You can still fully use your iPhone without the Power button. In fact, lock, unlock, reboot and other functions that typically involve using the Power button can actually be done without it. If you want to know how to use your iPhone without the Power button, then you just landed on the right page.

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Posted January 20, 2016 by

How to Send a Google Form

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Google Forms is an excellent way to collect information from a group of people. You can Add styled themesView automatically generated response reports and more. You can read about how to make a basic Google Form in my tutorial here.

Once you have made your Google Form, you need to send it out to the people who will fill it out. To send a Google Form you can email it, post it on social media, send a link, or embed it in your blog or website. The whole process is very intuitive and quick. Keep reading to find out how.

Note: Google Forms was recently updated, and the old and new versions are both available. All the functionality covered in this tutorial is the same for both versions, but the GUIs look slightly different. Screenshots for this tutorial were taken with the new version of Forms.

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Category Google, Google Docs

Posted January 18, 2016 by

How to Use Siri Hands-free

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Siri is a helpful feature that I use all the time on my iOS device to set reminders, look up facts, and get weather forecasts. Siri has been around since iOS 5 was introduced back in 2011, and it has come a long way since then. Historically, users accessed Siri by pressing and holding down the home button. Newer phones and software make it possible to use Siri on some apple devices without having to touch your phone at all. This is great if you are trying to make a hands-free call while driving or if you want to use your phone when it is across the room from you. This features is called “Hey Siri” after the activation phrase. Here’s how to use it.

Does your apple device support “Hey Siri?” Apple support says that you will need one of the following devices loaded with iOS 8 or higher:

  • iPhone 4s or later
  • iPad Pro
  • iPad Air or later
  • iPad (3rd generation) or later
  • iPad mini or later
  • iPod touch (5th generation) or later

Your device must be connected to power in order to use Siri hands-free unless you have the new iPhone 6s or 6s Plus.

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Posted January 17, 2016 by

How to Stream the Latest Shows from Your Apple TV

How to Stream the Latest Shows from Your Apple TV

Tech giant Apple is known around the world for its computers, iPhones, iPads, and even its cool new smartwatch. However, if your favorite way of relaxing after a hard day at work is checking out the latest TV shows and movies from the comfort of your couch, you should also consider purchasing Apple TV.

This small box retails for under $100, plugs into your high-definition TV, and makes it easy to stream content directly to your big screen television for top sound and picture quality. If you regularly browse listings on Netflix, Hulu, iTunes, NHL, or one of the many other top streaming services that are compatible with Apple TV, you can have a new system set up in a flash and enjoy watching content in your living room, bedroom, office, or any other room of the home. Read on for the rundown on how to set up Apple TV to stream today.
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Category Apple Mac

Posted January 16, 2016 by

How to Change iPad Subtitle Style

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Subtitles allow you to catch every bit of the witty dialogue in your favorite videos, especially if you are hard of hearing or if you are trying to watch a video on your iPad in a noisy place. Each app you use to watch videos on your iPad will have its own subtitle settings, but you can get a consistent style for your iPad subtitles across your apps by changing your preferences. This can make watching shows on your iPad much more enjoyable if you always prefer to have captions turned on.

If you have already set up a caption style but it is being overridden by certain apps or videos, jump down to Step 5 to turn off the override.

Check out the Tech-Recipes article here to see a tutorial on how to accomplish the same thing on your iPhone.

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