Author: Max Lee

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Rooting & Custom ROMs are TWO Different Things in Android!

In this video, I show you how rooting Android is not the same as installing a custom ROM on your Android smartphone, they are literally TWO different things and I feel like some of you don’t realize that they are TWO DIFFERENT THINGS! But watching video will let you realize that you can run the best custom ROMs on your Android smartphone and not have to worry about rooting at all!

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Pixel 4a & Google Fi Review! Best Budget Combo for 2020!

The Google Pixel 4a is the biggest smartphone in the smallest form factor, yes almost like the city of Reno, I do have some interesting fear and loathing in Reno past experiences with my college friends but we will talk about that in another time. Pixel 4a features an OLED 5.67 inch screen with 2340×1080 pixels and 3140mAh battery. For performance, Pixel 4a packs a Snapdraon 730G, its raw performance somewhere between a Snapdragon 835 and 845 based on it benchmarks. This is rather similar to somewhere between Galaxy S8 & S9 performance on paper. But don’t let that fool you, the highly-optimized Pixel 4a from Google, maker of Android operating system runs rather faster, and it feels faster than most of other flagships on the market today including my own Galaxy S20 Ultra and OnePlus 8 Pro. I was actually rather amazed how flawless everything ran with no lag.

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How to Bypass NYTimes/Forbes/WashingPost Subscription Paywall!

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Tired of annoying subscription paywalls that appear while reading news sites like New York Times, Forbes, and Washington Post? Too broke to sign up? Simply don’t feel like paying money for articles? Well, here’s how to easily bypass any website with a paywall without installing anything! If you understand how websites work, this is one of the easiest method to get around paywalls.

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How to Fix OnePlus 8 Pro “Storage Space running out”!

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So for the first time using my OnePlus phone, the OnePlus 8 Pro, I got the “Storage Space running out” error. Now, if you just try to delete your photos and videos, they don’t actually delete it until you do this. This should be the same for all OnePlus phones so next time this happens to you, you will know how to fix it!