Tag Archives: android

TCC: 2017 Smartphone Trends to Look Forward to

Excerpt from article originally published by TCC. 27 mobile enthusiasts and tech bloggers share their predictions for 2017 The wireless world is evolving rapidly, with fancy new smartphones and wearable gadgets emerging all the time. The industry is changing at such rapid pace. It can be difficult to predict the next smartphone trend. With 2017 right around … Continue reading TCC: 2017 Smartphone Trends to Look Forward to

Android Police: The boot-loop: My smartphone restarts over and over, what do I do now?

Originally published by Android Police. By David Ruddock One of the most common source of inquiries or complaints we receive from readers is a phenomenon known in the world of smartphones as “boot-looping.” After installing an update or patch to a smartphone, the phone then proceeds to attempt to restart itself over and over, endlessly refusing … Continue reading Android Police: The boot-loop: My smartphone restarts over and over, what do I do now?

GottaBeMobile: DriveSavers Review—Android Data Recovery

By Josh Smith Your phone is where you keep all of your photos. It’s where Kayla kept all the photos of her 7 month old son, until it decided not to turn on anymore. When you need Android data recovery, DriveSavers is your best friend. Kayla’s LG smartphone was still under warranty when it broke. However, manufacturer … Continue reading GottaBeMobile: DriveSavers Review—Android Data Recovery

Protect Your Android Phone from App Attacks

If you use an Android phone, please take this advice­—now. For your protection, never buy apps from any discount sellers and always use a malware or security scanner to weed out problems with software before an infection can occur, according to a new report from G Data Security Labs. For recommended malware scanning software, check … Continue reading Protect Your Android Phone from App Attacks

NerdAlert.tv: First the Sony hack. Now your iPhone.

DriveSavers, one of the top two data recovery businesses in the US, has just announced an awesome new feature. The ability to recover data from a password disabled iPhone or Android device…of course, that infers the ability to bypass your phone’s encryption. Awesomely Good There are a lot of great uses for this new service. … Continue reading NerdAlert.tv: First the Sony hack. Now your iPhone.