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Android OS / Re: Websites To Watch Series On Mobile
« Last post by broadjos on October 15, 2018, 08:35:04 AM »
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Software Downloads / How to Recover Deleted Photos from Mac Photos App?
« Last post by MohamStack on October 14, 2018, 11:48:42 PM »
Mac users managing a Photos app library on the Mac have almost certainly deleted a picture. Sometimes this is intentional, sometimes it’s accidental. And perhaps later, a user wishes they could recover those deleted pictures. If you find yourself in that situation, follow this video.
Android OS / Re: A Few Tips on Hiring Android Developers That You Can Use
« Last post by acharyar35 on October 13, 2018, 01:52:33 AM »
We are  continuously experiencing  that Google's Android is  dominating in mobile app development industry since the last couple years. Both Apple and Google are launching the new features just to catch the user's attention. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on hiring android app development company. I am sure your shared information will support the nontechnical guys in the selection of right company tvtap & right OS.

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Samsung Galaxy / Re: S7 edge or S8
« Last post by longcamel on October 13, 2018, 01:30:43 AM »
I think it's worth giving more money, because it's going to be better in 4 years.

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Android OS / How to Recover iPhone Data after iOS 12 Update?
« Last post by Emily Baker on October 12, 2018, 03:51:03 AM »
Provided that you have backed up your iPhone data to iTunes beforehand, then it would be much easier to extract the lost data after iOS 12 update. To restore iPhone data from iTunes backup, you can choose to use the recovery tool also or directly restore the backup from iTunes. The followings are the detailed tutorials for your reference.

1. Restore iPhone Data from iTunes Backup by Using Recovery Tool
Step 1. Launch the program on your computer and go on to choose the "Recover from iTunes Backup File" mode.
Step 2. After selecting the mode, all iTunes backup files of your device that have been synced to iTunes on this computer will be detected and listed.
Step 3. Select the backup file that you want to recover and tap on "Start Scan" button.
Step 4. When the scanning process ends, the backup file will be displayed in the program. At this moment, you can preview the data.
Step 5. At last, you need to tick off the files you want to retrieve and tap on "Recover" to get them back.

2. Directly Restore the Files from iTunes

Step 1. Run iTunes on your computer and plug in your iDevice with a USB cord.
Step 2. Tap on the iPhone icon and choose "Summary".
Step 3. In this section, you need to click on "Restore Backup" and then elect the backup file you want to restore.
Step 4. Finally, what you need to do is just to press the "Restore" button and wait till the restoring process ends.
I need help with my phone! / i need frimware for Htc butterfly S (Htc 9060)
« Last post by zaiffy1 on October 11, 2018, 05:25:34 PM »
i need frimware for Htc butterfly S (Htc 9060)
Samsung Galaxy / Re: How to Recover Deleted Photos from Samsung A5
« Last post by Wlee2060 on October 11, 2018, 04:39:15 AM »
To recover deleted photos from Samsung A5, you need a useful Android data recovery program. Similarly, if you want to recover deleted photos or other data from iPhone, what you need is a trusty iOS data recovery tool, too.
Android OS / Useful Tips to Let iOS 12 Run Faster
« Last post by Emily Baker on October 11, 2018, 04:37:24 AM »
There are some tips allow you to speed up iOS 12 on iDevice as well. Here's how:

1. Reboot or Hard Reboot iDevice

Supposed that your device becomes clumsy after upgrading to iOS 12, you can first try to reboot the iPhone/iPad/iPod. If it does not work, then you can try a hard reboot. The methods are as below:

- For iPhone 6S or earlier iPhone, you can press and hold the "Home" and "Power" buttons at the same time until the Apple logo appears.
- For iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, please press the "Power" and "Volume Down" keys simultaneously. And release them while the Apple logo appears.
- For iPhone X/8/8 Plus and newer device, you need to quickly press and release the "Volume Up" button and then quickly hold down and release the "Volume Down" button. Next, press and hold the "Power" button till you see the Apple logo.

2. Update Apps to Latest Version

When the iDevice is updated to iOS 12, some applications in old version might not run properly on the new system. So to ensure the smooth running of the Apps and operating system, you need to update them to the newest version.

3. Disable the Unnecessary Functions

Provided that you are still using an old iPhone or iPad like iPhone 6S/6/5S, you can select to give up some functions, such as:

- Background App Refresh: Go to "Settings > General > Background App Refresh" to turn it off.
- Location Services: Navigate to "Settings > Privacy > Location Services" to disable the service.
- Automatic Downloads: Visit "Settings > iTunes & App Store > turn off Updates".
- Siri Lookup & Suggestions: Click on "Settings > Siri & Search > Suggestions in Search and Suggestions in Look Up" to turn them off.

4. Reduce Motion & Transparency

Reducing motion and transparency on iDevice can help to speed up the performance of the system as well, so you can make an attempt here:

- Reduce Motion: Open "Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce motion" to turn on the function.
- Reduce Transparency: Tap on "Settings > General > Accessibility > Increase contrast > enable Reduce transparency".

5. Use Simple Wallpapers

The wallpapers that you use would affect the running of iOS 12 also. Hence, it is advisable for you to use a simple and small picture as your wallpaper. To change the wallpaper, you can go to "Settings" and find the "Wallpaper" option. Then you can elect some simple images and put them on the Home screen.

6. Throw Away Useless Apps

Everyone knows that applications take up a lot of space of the system and device. Hence, if you wish to speed up the iOS and iOS device, you'd better give up some applications that you rarely use. Just simply find out the App on Home screen and long press its icon until an "X" appears. Then tap on the "X" icon to delete the application.

7. Free Up the Space

An optimal performance of iPhone or iPad requires sufficient free storage. In general, the device should have at least 10% free storage available. To confirm that, you can go to "Settings > General > Storage". If the free storage space is less than 10%, then you need to delete some less important or useless files on the device to free up the space.

8. Reset System Settings

One of the powerful methods to speed up the iOS performance is to reset system settings. This will remove all settings on your device and you need to configure the settings on your device again. If you have interested in it, you can have a try: click "Settings" and then choose "General" in the section. Then tap on "Reset > Reset All Settings".

9. Backup & Restore iOS

Another way you can try is to backup your device to iTunes or iCloud and then restore iOS. Here is the tutorial:

- Back up your iOS files to iTunes or iCloud.
- Connect your iDevice to computer and launch iTunes. On the primary interface of iTunes, you can tap on your device and choose "Summary". Then you can go on to choose the option "Restore Backup...".

10. Downgrade iOS 12

If iOS 12 still runs slowly after using the methods above, maybe your device is not compatible with the new system. Then in this case, you can attempt to downgrade iOS 12. But this must be your last option since it is risky.
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