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How do I transfer music from my Android phone to my computer?
Updated April 2017: This post was updated to make sure it has the best ways to transfer your music from your Android.
If you have all your beloved music on your Android phone, then it’s probably a good idea to back it up, especially if you plan on buying a new phone. You can choose to back up your music to a computer or you can back it up to the cloud so that you can access it from virtually any device (pun intended).
We have a few apps that we like to use to make backing up music easier. Here’s how to backup your music (just in case).
How to back up your music files to online storage
Backing up your music to the cloud is the first logical step if you want to make sure that if your phone craps out, your music doesn’t go down the toilet with it. There are two awesome apps you can use that your music files can follow you wherever you go.
Google Drive is where it’s at when it comes to file storage. You g…
Whether you are in the car for a few minutes or hours a day, you need a charger that will quickly charge your phone in it, and Samsung’s adaptive fast charger is a great option. The charger will help get you the most charge regardless of commute time, and right now you can pick one up for just $18.53.
Normal wall outlets are great and all, but ones with integrated USB ports can be very handy. If you feel like breaking out the screwdriver and upgrading the plugs in your home, you can grab the Legrand/Pass & Seymour wall outlet with USB ports for $8.99 – a whopping $19 off the original price.
Both the USB ports provide a total of 3.1 amps of charging capacity, so this should be able to charge larger devices like tablets just fine.
[Deal Alert] Get the Legrand/Pass & Seymour wall outlet with USB ports for $8.99 ($19 off) from Best Buy was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
The world of wearables is full of acronyms and unfamiliar words – in our glossary, we give you the definitions of some common words like gyroscope, accelerometer & SpO2.
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Chromebooks for education is an excellent program, but it looks like the educators need a little more teaching when it comes to getting started.
The EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) has renewed their charge against Google, Microsoft, and Apple for the way student privacy is handled in their respective educational markets. They say “Students and their families are backed into a corner.”
As students across the United States are handed school-issued laptops and signed up for educational cloud services, the way the educational system treats the privacy of students is undergoing profound changes—often without their parents’ notice or consent, and usually without a real choice to opt out of privacy-invading technology.
We should want the EFF to act as a watchdog when it comes to our privacy. Or our kids’ privacy.
This is a serious problem, and we should want the EFF to keep pushing and pushing until they can’t find anything to push. With about three-quarters of the educat…
The Galaxy S5 is a stunning device, but you can make it even better! Find out how in our Galaxy S5 tips and tricks article.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
Remember those crazy expensive apps that only existed for you to show off how rich you are to your friends (and to make developers some quick cash from chumps)? The $999.99 ‘I Am Rich‘ iOS app from back in ’08 comes to mind, but it turns out that those apps still exist on the Play Store. PENITAX, a Slovakia-based ‘developer,’ has just made all three of his lackluster $399.99 apps free for a limited time on the Play Store.
Deals of the century: These three temporarily free $400 Android apps will change your lives was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
A lingering issue plenty of users have reported in VR is one displaying darker than other.
As the technology for VR grows and develop, there are going to be small problems that crop up. One of the lingering problems that’s been cropping up as far back as 2014 and has appeared on Daydream, Gear VR, and even Oculus Rift, is one eye displaying darker visually on the screen than the other.
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If Bixby isn’t your thing, here’s how to replace it with Google Now.
The Galaxy S8 has been mostly well received by everyone. Blogger and users who have scored their phones already are saying really good things, and even the naysayers are impressed with the hardware. It just seems like a damn good phone so far. But there is one thing a lot of folks are saying they would like to change: The Bixby button.
Bixby seems like a cool robot friend AI thing. Unless you’re on Verizon or in Europe, that is. I won’t dismiss it outright until I’ve tried it long enough to know if I like it or not.
But other people feel differently and want the convenience and familiarity that comes with Google Now and hate that the button is hard-programmed to open Bixby when pressed. Earlier methods to bypass this have been patched by Samsung as they “exploited” services that they didn’t need to access in order to gain control over the button. But because Android developers are crafty and awesome, we have a ne…
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