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Viva Android! How To Watch Live Streams Of World Cup Games On Your Android Phone


Wednesday 12th of June 2013 / androidpolice.com
Method 1: SkyFireMethod 2: Sprint Mobile TVUnless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed most of the world has been focusing their attention on the 2010 World Cup, which officially started yesterday. We know many of you would love to be able to watch the matches on you phone while you’re out and about, so we’ve put together a few ways that this can be done. One of the really cool things about the World Cup games this year is that so many sites are streaming them live, for free, making it pretty easy to catch a match wherever you’re at as long as you have high speed internet and access to a computer. For those of you that can’t make it to a computer or TV during a match, we’ll explain how you can use your Android phone to watch the games on the go – but promise not to blame us when you scream ‘GOOOOOOOAAAAAAL’ while riding the subway.Since 2.2 has leaked, and includes Flash, you should be able to catch the games live on any site that is streaming them in Flash – without the need for SkyFire. We haven&
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Android How To: Access Google Now From Any Screen on Your Android Phone or Tablet


Friday 01st of February 2013 / androidheadlines.com
One of the great new features in Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean, is Google Now. Which really puts Siri and S Voice to shame. Now that more and more phones and tablets are being upgraded to Android 4.1, let’s take a look at how you can access Google Now from anywhere in the operating system.How to Access Google Now on a nexus1. Turn on your phone or tablet2. Hit the home button, hold it for a second or two, until you see the “Google” button pop up above your finger.3. Then Slide up to the “Google” buttonOr from the Lock screen (in Android 4.2)1. Turn on your Nexus device but don’t unlock it2. You’ll see a little dotted circle at the bottom of the device, tap that and slide up to the Google button as shown belowHow to access Google Now on Samsung Devices1. Turn on your Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2, or any other Samsung device2. Hold the Home button down until you see the screen below.3. ┬áTap the Google icon in the middleOr1. Turn on your Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2 or any other Samsung Device2. Hold down the menu button (this only works if you are on your ho
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Android How To: Add Widgets to the Home Screen on your Android Phone or Tablet


Saturday 02nd of February 2013 / androidheadlines.com
So you’ve set up your brand new Android device already, and now you want to add widgets to the home screens of your new device. Well as always Android Headlines is here to help. Today, we’ll be showing you how to add widgets to your home screens. It’s actually quite simple, but it is a little different in Android 4.0 and above compared to Android 2.3 – Gingerbread.How to Add Widgets to your Home Screen1. Turn on your device and unlock it if needed2. Open the App Drawer3. Tap the “widgets” at the top, it’ll be to the right of the “Apps” as shown in the screenshot below.4. Now swipe over to the widget you want5. Next you’ll tap and hold that widget and move it to the home screen you want it on.6. Once you’ve got the widget where you want it, let go. Then you’re done.How to Add Widgets to the Home Screen on your HTC device1. Turn on and unlock your device if needed2. Long-press the home screen in which you want to add a widget to, you should then see this screen:3. Swipe right or left to find the widget you wish to
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Android How To: Set Up Lock Screen Widgets on Android 4.2 and Above


Thursday 07th of February 2013 / androidheadlines.com
In Android 4.2, which was announced in October 2012, and launched in November 2012, we now have lock screen widgets. At the time of writing this, there aren’t to many widgets that work as lock screen widgets, but that should change soon. So today, we are going to show you how to add widgets to your lock screen. It’s a bit different then adding them to your home screens.VideoInstructions1. From the lock screen, swipe from the left edge to the right2. Tap the + icon3. Tap on the widget you want to add to the lock screen4. Configure the settings if needed5. To add another widget on another screen, repeat steps 1 thru 4.Important Notes regarding Lock Screen widgetsOnly a few apps support lock screen widgetsLock screen widgets are not that secure, since they don’t require a password/pin to view, even if your device does require it to be unlocked.Currently, Android only supports one widget per page on the lock screen.This only works in Android 4.2, as this is a new feature in that version of Android. We do know that a very few third-party apps work with lock screen widget
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I found a samsung s iii verizon 4g lte android - how to unlock


Sunday 24th of February 2013 / justanswer.com
I found a samsung s iii verizon 4g lte android - how to unlock it so that I can use it with a service?Optional Information: Type of Device: PhoneModel: samsung s iii verizon 4g lteWhat have you tried so far?: how to unlock it? so that i can get a internet provider?
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Samsung GS2, Android 4.0.4, how to remove home screens?


Saturday 15th of December 2012 / androidforums.com
Hi, does anyone know how to remove extra home screens? I have a Samsung GS2 (Sprint), running Android 4.0.4. I've looked around quite a bit online but couldn't figure it out.Thanks.
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cannot connect my android tablet to my home network


Friday 06th of January 2012 / justanswer.com
cannot connect my android tablet to my home network
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How to remove home screens?


Tuesday 16th of November 2010 / androidforums.com
I've searched fairly extensively in the forums for the answer, but every thread seems to be dedicated to adding home screens. I use no more than 8 -10 apps. How do I remove homescreens? I hate that it fouls up my wallpaper pictures that I'm trying to use. Overzoomed & over pixelated - how do I fix this? I don't want to have to crop my photos taken from the droid camera. I want to frame the picture vertically with the camera, and use the image as my homescreen wall paper? My current screen looks like I used a VGA webcam to take the picture, not a 5MP camera. (Or even my Canon T2i when I try to use an image taken from that)Any help appreciated!edit:I've tried researching some Launcher pro stuff but I'm new to android and don't really have any idea where to get a launcher pro 101 or cliffs notes. Everything currently just seems to be updates and bug fixes.
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Tablet running Android, how to install the JDK and write programs in Java.


Wednesday 12th of September 2012 / androidforums.com
Tablet running Android, how to install the JDK and write programs in Java. if so, what requirements if not, which is another tool for writing Java programs on the tablet?
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how to map HOME key to MENU key on a Note 2?


Monday 21st of October 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
hi all,how do I remap/reprogram the HOME function to the MENU key? Since the soft keys are a lot easier to press,I like to do something like: - press once on MENU to do 'menu' (as before)- double tap on MENU to do 'home key' Mine is running stock 4.1.2 and rooted. Thank you.mike
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