Tagged: smartphones


How to Film Professional Videos w/ Android Smartphone!

In this video tutorial, we show you how to film professional quality videos with your Android smartphone. (You can also use iPhone or any other smartphone if you’d like.)

Now, probably the least you will need is some type of a tripod and a smartphone mount to hold your smartphone.   Without these, you will end up with shaky videos taken with your hands which may look very amateur at best.


Best Android Smartphones 2014 & 2015! [Buying Guide]

Whether you are thinking about getting a new 2015 flagship smartphone like the Galaxy S6 or maybe getting the 2014 LG G3 as prices have dropped in half, here’s some of my thoughts into the Android smartphones from 2014 and 2015.

Now, this buying guide is geared towards people who want to know some of the highlights of each of these phones and I wanted to include some of my thoughts on rooting and custom ROM development on each.  This isn’t probably the best guide in the world but then again, I have personally bought all of these phones with my hard, earned money and yes, I have used them all as daily driver.  If you are in the market to buy a new phone or used phone, this guide should help you.


Wireless Charging Receiver For Galaxy Smartphones?

Today, we will be talking about Wireless Charging.

Many new phones like Nexus 4, Nexus 5, and the new Nexus 7 support wireless charging out of the box as it ships with a wireless charging module embedded.

For phones like Galaxy Note 3, Note 2, Galaxy S5, S4, and S3, you can also get the same capabilities by using Wiress Charging Receiver Module, which is a thin piece of film that will be able to convert electromagnetic fields into electricity into your battery, that all fits between your battery and your back cover.


How to Transfer Large Files FAST Between Two Android Smartphones/Tablets! [Fast File Transfer App]

I get a lot of questions on how to transfer files between two Android smartphones or tablets.

Well, there are already couple built-in features to Android you can use.  The simplest one is the bluetooth file transfer, you can use this to transfer any files between two Android devices.  The problem is that bluetooth is very slow and it’s going to take you hours to transfer any files larger than 20MB.


Best 3G/HSPA+ Network for Smartphones in Thailand? [True Move/AIS]

Couple weeks ago when I was planning my trip to Thailand, I searched all over the internet  and wondered if I was going to be able to get 3G data working (since Thailand doesn’t have 4G LTE yet) while I stayed for couple weeks.

Well, I’ve been here in Thailand for couple weeks now and I can tell you which network has the best 3G/HSPA+ data.