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How to Run Android Apps on ANY Operating System

This tutorial is about how to run Android Apps on any operating system (Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS …)

I had posted a short article before about how to do this with ARC Welder but in this post I tried making a video of it so you can see it in action.

How To Convert Text on Images into Editable Plain Text with Google

If you have an image file that has some text on it and you want to turn those texts into plain editable text, then follow along with me on this tutorial to find out how easily you can do this.

In this video tutorial I will show you how to convert the text on an image into editable plain text so that you can use them on other environments.

So watch this video to find out how!

How To Make a Human Powered Mobile Phone Charger

One of the annoying facts about most cellphones is that the battery dies quickly! Well are power banks that you can carry around with yourself but that means you have to manage the charging of the power bank too!

So what if you could have a device that can charge your phone any time you want, only with the help of your (human) power?! Well watch this video from ElectroBOOM to find out how to make a human powered mobile phone charger so you won’t go out of battery again!

Huge iOS 9 & 9.0.1 security flaw lets anyone see your photos and contacts without a PIN – here’s how to stop it

Apparently a YoutTube user “videosdebarraquito” has contacted BGR addressing a major flaw in Apple’s new mobile software iOS version 9 and 9.0.1 witch according to Apple it has already been installed on more than 50% of iPhone and iPad devices.

10 Cell Phone Life Hacks, For Better Reception

Grant Thompson – “The King of Random” has put together 10 cell phone life hacks in a video so you can get better reception.

In this video you’ll see how to;

  • Access a secret “Field Testing” screen on your iPhone.
  • Learn how to see the ACTUAL strength of your signal. (“Bars” aren’t usually accurate.)
  • Find the cell tower you’re connected to right now, and make a “real life” connection with it.
  • Force your phone to latch onto stronger signals nearby.
  • Prevent texts, and voicemails, from coming through delayed.
  • Double your signal, simply by rolling down a window.
  • Find which carrier best covers the area where you live, and whether you should switch.
  • Use a “Femtocell” or “Cell-spot Router” to re-direct calls through the internet.
  • Use “Wi-Fi Calling” mode to send messages from the sky, and save on international roaming charges.

How To Make A Shortcut To Windows 7 Network Connections

Normally if you want to access the network connections in windows 7 you have to go through a couple of clicks (Control Panel>Network and Sharing Center>Change Adapter Settings). But in this tutorial I will show you how you can easily make a shortcut to the network connections so you can just click(or double click) the shortcut and your there! So Let’s get to it.