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How to get the most battery life out of your Android Phone


Wednesday 21st of November 2012 / talkandroid.com
A little over a year ago, we did an article on how to squeeze some extra battery life out of your phone. Most of those tips still apply, but Android has changed a lot since mid-2011, and I’m sure everybody could use a few extra tips on how to get your phone to last a few hours longer. A few of these things are simple, and have already been in past articles, but there’s a few tricks that most people don’t think about when they’re trying to conserve battery life. We’ll start with the basics and move up into the more complex things you can do to keep your device alive.1. Pay attention to your screen.The screen is the biggest culprit of battery drain. With newer screens pushing 1080p resolution, it takes a lot of juice to power those displays. You can’t remove pixels from your screen, obviously, so you’re going to want to pay attention to your brightness and your screen timeout. The brighter the screen, the more power it’s going to pull, so you’re going to want to keep that as low as you can stand it. Dim screens aren’t good fo
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How to save pictures from FB?


Wednesday 06th of February 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I must be missing something but I have yet to figure out how to save pictures from Facebook to your gallery. Can anyone tell me how to do it?
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How to Update Xperia Arc and Arc S with Official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich


Tuesday 17th of April 2012 / android.gs
Good news guys as Sony just released the official Android 4.0 ICS OS update for its Xperia Arc, Arc S, Neo V and Xperia Ray handsets. Unfortunately, the firmware isn’t available worldwide, so far only few countries are receiving it. Therefore, if you still haven’t received the OTA update, you can try to apply the same, but manually. This means that you will have to download the software by yourselves along with other files that will help you update your Xperia Arc and Arc S devices.This step by step guide can be completed for both Xperia Arc and Arc S model number LT15i / LT18i because they are very similar phones; don’t follow the same tutorial for other smartphones released by Sony, or by other companies as you can damage the system, or even wreck it. Also don’t do things on your own, just read this how to guide for safely installing the Ice Cream Sandwich update on your Android powered devices.As usual, the present release of the software along with the procedure of applying the same was tested and developed by the xda-developers so we have them to thanks for this. Now, le
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how to save images?


Thursday 25th of October 2012 / androidforums.com
I'd like to know how to save an image from my androids browser. which is the android 2.3.5 i thought by clicking image and holding it down it would allow me to save but it doesn't and once the image is up using the 'menu' button doesn't offer saving options.... i'm sure someone knows the answer thats y i came here. thanks in advance btw not familar with technology at all
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How to take out the battery


Thursday 26th of August 2010 / android.net
I just got the LG Ally, and i cant figure out how to take out the battery...is there a special way or something?
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New to android need help on how to save download app to sd card


Wednesday 17th of November 2010 / androidforums.com
Hi can any one help me on how to save download app to sd card. I have the samsung behold llThank you
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How to Update Xperia Arc with xMod Ice Bean 4.0.4 Custom ROM


Monday 30th of July 2012 / android.gs
The Sony Xperia Arc users will soon be able to update their smartphones to latest Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean OS, as CM10 and some other custom ROMs are being prepared for the same device as we speak. But, until then, I will show you how to update the Arc with an interesting firmware that comes with several Jelly Bean features, though it is based on the Ice Cream Sandwich platform. So, in this step by step guide you will be able to install (by using the manual method) the xMod Ice Bean 4.0.4 custom ROM firmware on any Xperia Arc handsets.The present update is being provided by those of xda-developers, so we have them to thanks for this tutorial. Flashing the ROM on your device will be an easy task to do, but I recommend you to read all the lines from below, because I have detailed some important aspects about the process you are about to make. I will talk about the benefits and advantages that come with the xMod Ice Bean 4.0.4 firmware along with the risks that you must be aware of, so for ensuring that your Xperia Arc is in safe hands check the same.This software isn’t released by So
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How to save apps directly from marketplace into the memory


Saturday 19th of November 2011 / justanswer.com
How to save apps directly from marketplace into the memory card in a htc cha chaAlready Tried: many things...
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How to save contacts in SIM card


Friday 14th of November 2008 / androidforums.com
Is there anyone who can tell me how to save contacts in my SIM card in my G1. I could not do it. Even I can't save the contacts from the Call Log menu. This kind of basic features are useful but I could not find it. Please help me out. Thanks.
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how to save battery in samsung galaxy Y


Friday 30th of December 2011 / androidforums.com
i charge my fone this afternoon and after charging it, nakastandby lang sya.tapos ngayong gabi around 7pm deadbatt nanaman.what will i do? do i have to return it? kasi 2days palang sya sakin or do you have any tips on how to save battery?help pls.
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