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Posted June 21, 2016 by

How Do I Save a Cell Phone Dropped in Water?

Save Phone from Water Damage

A wet cell phone is a hastle. An expensive cell phone dropped in water is a nightmare! Water and electronics just do not mix. A cell phone submerged in water can ruin the device unless you bring it to a service center for repairs – or you are quick enough to react to the situation. […]

Posted June 20, 2016 by

How Do I Update the iOS Apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch?

How to update iOS Apps

To ensure that you get the most from the apps installed on your iOS device, you need to update them. Some apps compel you to update to the latest version by preventing you from using them until they are updated. There are two ways to update the iOS apps on your gadget: You can either […]

Posted June 19, 2016 by

How to Play the Secret Soccer Game on Facebook Messenger

Play Soccer on Facebook

If you own a mobile device, chances are you have the Facebook Messenger app. With over a billion downloads on Android’s Play Store and as one of the Apple App Store’s top free apps, Facebook Messenger’s worldwide popularity is undeniable. If you have Messenger on your phone and you are a soccer fan, then you […]

Posted June 16, 2016 by

How Do I Export iPhone Contacts?

Export iPhone Contacts

By default, you cannot export iPhone contacts using your device alone. In the past, you could use an application specifically designed for this function, or you could utilize iTunes from your PC or Mac. However, after your iPhone updates, third-party applications and your computer’s iTunes may not be allowed to export iPhone contacts. In fact, […]

Posted June 14, 2016 by

How to Tweet Facebook Status Updates Automatically on Android and iPhone

How to Automatically Tweet Your Facebook Posts

If you are on social media constantly, you may find yourself posting from one social site to another. You may be posting the same updates on both Facebook and Twitter. What if you could tweet your Facebook status updates automatically so that you would not need to tweet the same post on your Twitter account? […]

Posted June 13, 2016 by

How to Delete a Contact from a Group in iPhone

Delete Contacts from a Group in iPhone

For strategic reasons, Apple does not allow you to create and edit contact groups from your device. The company wants you to get to know and use its various products and features. To create a contact group on your iPhone, you need to use the internet login to Apple’s official iCloud website. Tech-Recipes has a […]

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Posted June 7, 2016 by

Create Your Own Free Ringtone in iPhone Without Using iTunes

Make a Ringtone in iPhone without using itunes

iPhone has a range of different ringtones that come with the device. If you want to add more ringtones, you can get them from the iTunes site for free or for a minimal fee. Tech-Recipes has a tutorial which describes how to use iTunes on your computer to create your own ringtones. There is also […]

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Posted May 27, 2016 by

How to Disable the Camera on iPhone

Disable the Camera in iPhone

The camera on iPhone is one of the world’s best smartphone cameras. With its 12-megapixel iSight camera, your iPhone can help you capture the best shot of that special moment or that stunning view. Undeniably, iPhone’s camera is one of the device’s strong points. However, there may be instances when you want to disable the […]

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Posted May 16, 2016 by

How to Access the Hidden Messages in Facebook Messenger

Access Hidden Messages in Facebook Messenger

Facebook has an algorithm that screens out messages from people who are not connected to you. Should the algorithm deem that a message from a stranger is not worth reading, it redirects the message to a filtered messages folder. Messages in the filtered folder do not give any notification. You can still access the hidden […]

Posted May 14, 2016 by

How to Use Google Sheets DMAX Function

Google Sheets

You can use Google Sheets DMAX function to find the maximum value in a range based on some criteria. For example, if you have a table of data with outstanding payments you are owed from each of your clients, you can use DMAX to find the oldest of the outstanding payments for each client.