In this video I talk about the best Android smartphone for root and custom ROMs focusing on the easiest and also one with the most custom ROMs.
Here’s a quick tutorial on how to unbrick/unroot your Xiaomi Android device stuck on fastboot. Sometimes your Xiaomi device can get stuck on fastboot like it did several times for me on my Xiaomi Mi 9 while installing a custom ROM. If you happen to flash the wrong stuff, this can easily happen but no worries, there’s an easy fix.
In this video, we take a look at the world’s FASTEST Android smartphone today(as of August 30th 2019 in case you are watching this in the future) out of all the phones currently on the market. We take up the Samsung Galaxy S10 vs. an overclocked Xiaomi Mi 9 to an Antutu speed test!
In this video, I show you how I converted my Xiaomi Mi 9 into a Pixel 3! I hate MIUI OS that comes with Xiaomi phones but fortunately you can easily root and install a custom ROM like Pixel Experience ROM which fully converts your Xiaomi Mi9 into a Pixel 3, or better than Pixel 3 since it has 3 back cameras, wireless charging, and at half the cost!
For those of you with Samsung smartphone, you may have noticed something odd, that Samsung phones default your app passwords to Samsung Pass, which is Samsung’s own password manager. Now, before Samsung Pass, Google Android already had its own password manager system using Google’s own SmartLock. A few years back when Samsung started changing the default autofill to Samsung Pass, I suddenly could not use my Google SmartLock to enter my app passwords automatically. While the solution is very simple, I was too lazy to fix it and just started hating Samsung for using Samsung Pass.
Best 20,000mAh Power Bank I HAVE EVER USED is the Besiter 20,000mAh Power Bank w/Quick Charge 3.0 support and an LCD readout that shows you how much percentage battery life is left AND also shows you 5V/9V/12V input or output. (5V = no quick charge, 9V or 12V = Quick Charge)
In today’s tutorial, I will be showing you how to shoot stars with an Android smartphone. For this to work, you will need an Android smartphone with shutter speed of 20 to 30 seconds. I do highly recommend the latest LG V40 or Huawei P20 Pro, both which can do up to 30 seconds. All LG smartphones also can do this such as LG G7, LG V30, LG V20, and LG G6 and I think most Huawei phones can do it also. Just avoid Samsung for star photography as Samsung Galaxy smartphones are not recommended as maximum shutter speed is only 10 seconds(you will be able to get some stars but not enough). I will be using the LG V40 for this tutorial.
In my first article about How to Film Professional Videos w/ Android Smartphone, we covered the basic of using a tripod, fluid-head, and using the LG V20 manual video mode to get professional quality videos from a smartphone. In this part II, we go in more depth by taking our smartphone out in the field with the latest LG V40, which has a ton of improvements over the V20. Of course, you do NOT need an LG V40 but preferably a phone that has good video quality such as the Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9/S8, or even Xiaomi Mi8 or Pocophone would work.Tip 1 – If your smartphone has EIS, TURN IT OFF!