Category: Android Accessories

Samsung Official Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge S-View Flip and LED Wallet Cover!

One of the coolest cases you can get for the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge are the Samsung official S-View Flip and LED wallet covers.  I have been using these ever since the Galaxy Note 4 days and if you want 100% full protection of your phone against drops and full coverage of the screen, these are going to do a much better job than any other screen protector/tempered glass.

Best Mini Tripods and Smartphone Mounts!

For those of you looking to take better photos and videos with your Android or cameras, you may want to consider getting a mini tripod.  Mini tripods can help you get stable shots otherwise not possible without carrying a full-sized tripod.  I use many of them on a daily basis and let me give you a review of all the different mini tripods and smartphone mounts I use.

Gadget of the Week! [#2]

For this week’s gadget of the week, we will go over some of the essentials for smartphones with Quick Charge 2.0 support and a new budget-friendly bluetooth headsets with excellent microphones.

Fast Wireless Charger for Galaxy Note 5/S6 Edge+ Unboxing & Review!

For those of you who want to take advantage of Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus new “fast” wireless charging feature, you will need to get a Fast Charge Wireless Charger.  Now, you will also need to pair it with a fast charge adapter (9V 1.65A) otherwise it won’t actually fast charge wirelessly.  Also, this charge is backward-compatible with normal wireless charging and will auto-switch if you are using a smartphone that doesn’t support fast wireless charging (like Galaxy S6).

Project Fi Unboxing & Setup on Rooted Nexus 6!

I finally got hands on Google’s new Project Fi, which is a new type of carrier-switching smartphone plan from Google.  Basically, Google uses T-Mobile and Sprint’s network to give you best of both worlds at a low monthly cost.  The best part about Google Fi is that you only pay for data that you use and all unused data carryover to the month.  While carriers like AT&T do carryover, their carryovers expire after only a month while Google allows you to carry over as long as you want.   In essence, it’s somewhat prepaid data plan.