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How to Get FAST Fingerprint Sensor w/ $9 Tempered Glass on Galaxy Note 10/S10 Series!

In this tutorial, I am going to show you how to get FAST fingerprint sensor with a $9 tempered glass on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 or S10 series(Galaxy Note 10/Note 10 Plus/S10/S10 Plus).  If you don’t use this method, you will get a very slow fingerprint sensor or your your fingerprint sensor will be REALLY SLOW.   You don’t need to spend $50 on expensive WhiteStone Dome Glass, you just need to be smart and know how to cure the tempered glass with a thinner layer near the fingerprint sensor.  Follow this method and you will have a fingerprint sensor that works just as fast as when you first got your new smartphone.

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How to Unbrick/Unroot Xiaomi Android Stuck on Fastboot!

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.

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How to Install Custom ROM on OnePlus 6!

OnePlus 6 custom ROMs do require certain steps different from normal Android smartphones, especially on Android 9.0 Pie ROMs.  In this video tutorial I outline the following steps to ensure your custom ROM boots and also camera/sound works flawless.  This is one of the “quirks” of installing ROMs on the OnePlus 6 but with this method you will be able to install ROMs and make them work flawless.

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How to Root Xiaomi Mi 9!

In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to root the Xiaomi Mi 9.   We will be following the Xiaomi Bootloader Unlock Guide and original Xiaomi Universal Root Guide I wrote last year since the process is exactly the same.  And this root method is also same on all Xiaomi smartphones so you can follow along even if you have another Xiaomi device, only thing different is the TWRP recovery you will be using for your specific model of Xiaomi Android smartphone.

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How to Change Samsung Pass Autofill to Google SmartLock or LastPass!

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.