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5 Immediate Android Security Threats for 2016 and How to Handle Them

It’s no secret that Google’s Android carries a majority of the world’s market share. That makes it a primary target for hackers and cybercriminals seeking to defraud users out of their money and personal information. The questions you should be asking are simple enough: how are they doing it and what can I do about it? The answers seem to vary each year, but the message is still the same. Hackers are getting smarter, so you need to as well. If you’re looking for ways to stay safe online for the rest of the year, look no further. Public WiFi          Of all the areas hackers like to operate from, none beat locations that offer free public WiFi. In fact, any WiFi network that isn’t protected by a password is a security risk. While you might be able to fix your home network, you lack control over public networks. What …

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How to make Factory Hard Reset on Galaxy Note 7

Do you own Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and for any reason you want to reset it to factory settings, then this tutorial might help you. In this tutorial we are going to lists steps on how to Factory Reset Galaxy Note 7. Factory Resetting Note 7 comes in handy in the situations when you want to sell your device to others or your device is troubling you and you don’t know the reason behind it. In this situations Factory Reset or reverting Galaxy Note 7 to Factory Settings might come in handy. So without any further ado, proceed below and see how to Factory Hard Reset Galaxy Note 7. Reset Note 7 that is Frozen or doesn’t Power On: Connect your device with the power source and let it charge for few minutes. This is to ensure that the device has enough charge, which might be the reason behind the …

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How to run android apps on Windows PC

Android’s application ecosystem has proven to be versatile and developer-friendly, after a bit of a slow start. You are free to develop an app for Android and publish it to the Play Store with just a few basic restrictions. This has led to a plethora of really cool Android apps, some of which aren’t available on iOS or other platforms. Running Android apps usually requires an Android smartphone or tablet — obviously! — but what if you currently use iOS or another mobile OS, and want to try out Android without actually getting an Android device? Well, fortunately, with a little leg work, you can run Android apps on a regular old Windows PC. There are a few different ways to go about it, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. ARC Welder for Chrome Probably the easiest way to get Android apps running on your Windows PC is to use Google’s …

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The world online – data security

Internet is one of the things that made a huge impact on our lives. Who would have thought that one day our whole lives revolved around it and here we are today totally depending on technology and ability to connect to the world online. It’s safe to say, that internet has given us more opportunities, freedom and easy access to whatever we’re interested in but is it all as good as it sounds? We have to admit, that some people use internet and their knowledge to benefit their own good and the everyday consumers are the wants that suffer. Wondering what could it be to put you in danger? Today we want to address the issue of data security in internet, which is becoming a serious problem. Nowadays we use internet not only for research. We’re living in a world where e-commerce is one of the fastest growing sectors, so …

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How to Jailbreak iOS 8.4 using TaiG Jailbreak

The TaiG team has just released a new version (v2.2.0) of their popular jailbreak tool for to jailbreak iOS 8.4. The TaiG jailbreak tool is compatible with the following devices: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad 3 and iPad 2 iPad mini 1 (1st generation iPad mini), iPad mini 2 (Retina iPad mini), iPad mini 3 iPod touch 5th generation Important points before we proceed: TaiG jailbreak is available for Windows. For now, Mac users will have to run Windows in a virtual machine to use the TaiG jailbreak. We’ll let you know as soon as TaiG for Mac is released. So don’t forget to join our Facebook Fan page, follow us on Twitter, add us to your circles on Google+, subscribe to our RSS feed, our Daily Newsletter or subscribe …

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Ultimate 2015 Android Rooting & Custom ROMs Guide

Android and iOS are the most popular mobile operating systems on the market. Both offer a variety of apps and settings but, eventually reach their limits at a certain point. Rooting or Jailbreaking your phone (or tablet) will offer you thousands of tweaks, skins and new apps that you should not miss out on. It will also help you to remove bloatware.   Android Launchers and lock screen widgets are great tools to customize your Android experience without rooting your device. You are also able to root your device and customize it with a launcher and widgets afterwards. If your Android device is rooted but you don’t want flash a custom ROM, Xposed Framework might be the perfect solution for you. You are, however, also able to add new features to your custom ROM with Xposed. With the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop Google replaced the former Dalvik cache with ART. Due to this, Xposed does not work with …

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How To Track Your Android Phone

Have you  lost your Android smart phone or tablet without having a device tracking APP installed? No matter how cautious people are with their electronics and devices, everyone’s endured the awful experience of losing a smart phone — Let’s face it, it happens to the best of us. Whether it occurs after a raucous night out with friends, or you’ve had the unlucky experience of running into a skilled pickpocket, it’s always a drag to reach for your digital friend only to come up empty. Then you should read this! This could be your chance to get your precious device back. There are a handful of phone recovery or anti-theft apps on the Google Play Store which can be a lifesaver in case you lose your phone or, even worse, it gets stolen. But many people might only realize that there are such apps AFTER it got lost or stolen. …

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How to remotely erase all data on your phone

Well, unfortunately, it has come so far that you’re looking for a way to wipe all data on your Android phone. Let me guess, you either lost your phone or someone else took it from you. If that’s really true, then I’m sorry you’re going through this. Before I go on and show you the best way to delete all data from your phone, I need to ask you this – did you try to locate your lost phone already? Wiping a phone is often the last resort when someone lost it and fears that a stranger might get his hands on all the messages, images and videos. In such situations, it’s important to act fast before you lose the ability to connect to your phone remotely and delete all data. As long as your Android phone is still connected to your Google account (and the Internet), you have a fairly …

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How To do wireless charging to any Smartphone

Wireless charging is no longer a gimmick. It’s convenient, easy and finally available to everyone. How? Let’s show you how you can add wireless charging to any smartphone fora mere $16. Despite the fact that more and more manufacturers offer wireless charging out of the box, in most cases it’s still optional. Moreover, chances are your smartphone won’t be able to charge wirelessly without a back plate replacement; and even then, you usually have to buy an additional charger yourself. However, what do you do if your smartphone is not inductive charging friendly and you want to try wireless charging yourself? Fortunately, there is a way to transform any smartphone into a wireless charging device. It’s cheap, easy and fast. The only two things you need are a wireless charging card and a wireless charger. I must admit that I have never paid attention to wireless charging, it was a feature I …

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How to take a Screenshot on iPhone

Apple has never made taking a screenshot a tough task. Doing so allows you to capture an enlarged version of what’s display on your device as a PNG file, letting you quickly share the image among friends via Viber, Skype, text, or through social websites such as Facebook and Twitter. It’s even possible send the screenshot to tech support for further analysis. Never before has it been so easy to share pictorial proof of your high score in favorite games. Press and hold the Home button once the image you’d like to capture is displayed on your screen, followed by the Sleep button. The device touch display will then briefly flash white and you’ll hear a shutter sound, signaling that the screen capture was taken. Screenshot photo will be found in Camera Roll photos gallery.

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