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Posted January 15, 2017 by

How to Uninstall iPhone Apps

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Downloading and installing apps from the App Store is easy. In fact, it is so easy you can inadvertently accumulate an endless list of app icons in your iPhone app drawer. Many of these you probably do not even remember of downloading. Aside from the mess these unused apps can create on your iPhone, every app requires a certain amount of storage space, a critical part of an iPhone since the device has no expandable memory. The best way to handle unused apps is to uninstall them. This tutorial describes how to uninstall iPhone apps quickly and easily.

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Category Apple iPhone, Apps, iPad

Posted January 14, 2017 by

How to Boot and Restart LG Phones in Safe Mode

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If you have recently installed a third-party app on your LG phone and you are now having an issue with it (e.g., freezing, boot loops, slow performance, etc.), then booting your device into Safe Mode may help you fix the problem. Booting LG phones in Safe Mode puts them in diagnostic mode, and your phone will have limited functionality to prevent buggy apps from starting. If you want to know how to start LG phones in Sade Mode, keep reading.

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Category Android, Apps

Posted January 12, 2017 by

Boot and Restart Samsung Galaxy Phones into Safe Mode

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A common fix for most computers whenever there are problems with the system is to start in them in Safe Mode. When in Safe Mode, a computer will boot without performing the standard boot processes. (e.g., Autoexec.bat and config.sys files will be disabled, auto-run programs will not auto-run, and device drivers such as printers or scanners will not load.) This allows users to fix problems and program conflicts which cannot typically be resolved on standard boot. Safe Mode is also available for Android devices. Similar to its computer counterpart, Safe Mode for Android allows the device to run in a diagnostic state so that you can check if a recently installed app is causing problems within your system. This issue may cause phones to freeze, reset, or run slow. This tutorial focuses on how to boot Samsung Galaxy phones into Safe Mode.

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Posted January 11, 2017 by

How to Fix a Stuck iPhone

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An iPhone that is stuck is a major headache. There is nothing more frustrating than seeing an iPhone 5C Blue that is stuck on a blank screen or on the Apple logo. If your iPhone keeps restarting or freezing on a black screen, I have good news for you. Tenorshare‘s Reiboot fixes iPhones with these issues. Whether you have an iPhone that is stuck in headphone mode or you have a problem with the iPhone blue screen, Reiboot fixes issues like these.

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Category Apple iPhone, iPad

Posted January 10, 2017 by

Top Five Free Learning Apps for Android and iOS

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As we bid farewell to 2016, what better way to start 2017 than by learning something new. Whether you want to perform better in school or you want to learn how to speak a foreign language, you can find an app to assist you. I have checked out the best apps that teach new subjects and have compiled them for you. I have come up with the top five learning apps that are available for both Android and iOS users. The best part is that all of these apps are free!

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Posted January 8, 2017 by

CES 2017: Best of the Best

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I love two things in life: tech and casinos. When I think of those two things, I think of the Consumer Electronic Show (CES). This year’s CES offered more than a handful of tech products to consumers. Fortunately, you do not need to go to Las Vegas, Nevada, to find out about the latest news and updates from the most talked-about tech event this month. In order to give you the best CES had to offer, I stayed focused and avoided the casinos (but I played an online Arabic casino at Casino Arbi). I wish I could cover everything at CES 2017, but let’s start with the best of the best.

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Category Internet

Posted January 6, 2017 by

How to Add Stickers or Emoji to Instagram Stories

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Instagram has always been known for its wide range of filters, but the service also lets users add more pizzazz to their photos by using stickers, emoji, and doodles. By following the steps in this tutorial, you can easily add these elements to your Instagram photos. Continue reading to find out how.

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Category Internet

Posted January 5, 2017 by

A Beginner’s Guide to Sequence Objects in SQL Server

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SQL Server has supported SEQUENCE objects since the inception of SQL Server 2012 and later editions. Oracle database has supported SEQUENCE objects from the beginning. You can read the archive post on Tech-Recipes using SEQUENCE in Oracle.

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Posted January 4, 2017 by

How to Save Instagram Photos and Videos Privately

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With more than 600 million users, Instagram has a large, fast-growing community. Besides personal photos, Instagram users also share shots of products or videos that you may find useful for future reference. In the past, whenever you came across Instagram posts that you wanted to save, you could either like them or save them to another app. The first solution is not ideal for privacy as your likes are visible to your followers while the latter is time-consuming and inconvenient. Fortunately, Instagram has noticed this problem and provided a feature for users to save Instagram posts privately to their accounts with just a tap. Continue reading to find out how to use this feature.

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Posted December 24, 2016 by

How to Restrict Specific Apps from Using Cellular Data on iPhone

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By default, any application can access an iPhone’s cellular data. If you want to browse the internet using a browser app (e.g., Safari) on your iPhone, you would only need to turn on either your Wi-Fi or your cellular data. It is that simple. You just need to have an internet connection, and any app can access the internet, using either a Wi-Fi connection or your cellular data. Depending on the type and the purpose of the apps on your iPhone, some apps are able to run in the background, continually using the internet connection of your device. For those who use cellular data without unlimited data plans, this can cause higher data charges. If you want to continue using your network data and, at the same time, disable specific apps from accessing the internet through your cellular data connection, then you are on the right page. This tutorial shows how you can restrict specific apps from using cellular data on iPhone.

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Category Apple iPhone