Let’s not romanticize imperfection. The Pixel 3 is not _The Little Engine That Could, _or some gifted boy who was born without legs. There are people out there who treat Google like the underdog; despite the fact that they have full control over the future of Android. And while there’s nothing wrong with having favorites in a race, it can be dangerous to idolize a runner just based off his shoes.
Moto Z Play Review
Are you looking for a phone that will give you the best battery life? If so, the $450 unlocked Moto Z Play is what you need. Check out this video of the Moto Z Play.
LG G4 Quick Review
tl;dr The LG G4 is seriously one of the best Android smartphones of 2015. It might not have the most attractive design on the outside and in the UI, but it is very responsive and can last you through a whole day with moderate-heavy usage. The LG G4 Quick Review: Here is a quick review of the LG G4. Screen: The LG G4 has a 2560x1440p display. LG calls it a quantum HD display.
LG G4 Gaming Performance
LG G4 Gaming Performance: Here is a quick look at the LG G4 gaming performance. If you are worried with LG’s decision to use the Snapdragon 808 over the Snapdragon 810, don’t be. In my testing, I used graphics heavy games such as GTA Vice City and Goat Simulator along with Real Racing 3. I could not get the device to lag, even with all the in game settings set to the max.
Galaxy S6 Slow Motion Video
Slow Motion seems to be all the rage these days. Every one is trying to do it. It should come as no surprise that the Galaxy S6 also features this. While the Galaxy S6 slow motion video capabilities don’t exactly rival those of the iPhone, it’s still pretty good in its own right. In this video, I use the built in slow motion editor. Of course, a much better way would have been to record the video in 60fps then slow it down in Adobe Premiere.
Run Python on Android
Have you ever wanted to program on your phone? Well, believe it or not, you can craft code right in the palm of your hands. Python is not only a flexible programming language, it is also capable of running on your Android phone thanks to the app QPython3. Run Python on Android What You’ll Need: QPython3 With QPython3 you have access you to a multitude of tools.
Tor for Android
Let’s talk about internet privacy. So as you might be aware of, when you open up a tab in incognito mode you’re not really browsing anonymously. Your ISP and and any one else who is monitoring your internet can get your location and see the sites you visited. To truly browse the internet privately, you need to use tor. To keep it brief, Tor is a mesh of proxy servers that bounces your IP to different locations across the globe.
Run Windows 95 on Android
The 90s called, and they want their operating system back. Windows 95 was unique for its time. However, what once took cutting edge hardware to run can now easily operate on a typical Android device. Yes Virginia, you can run Windows 95 on Android. What You Will Need: Windows 95 Image File Limbo PC Emulator Step 1: Download Stuff If you have your own bootable image file that you would like to use, feel free to do so.
How to Root Any Android Device
There are some things in life that sound too good to be true. However, this isn’t one of them. George Hortz, a hacker made famous by his iOS jailbreaks and PlayStation hacks has managed to root the Verizon Galaxy S5. So why should you care? Well, he used a recently discovered exploit found in all Linux kernels that were built prior to June 3rd. So in theory (and in practice) his app should work on any Android device that has a kernel build date prior to June 3rd.
Android Reverse Tether
Everyone is familiar with tethering. However, many people overlook the ability to reverse tether. Reverse tethering allows you to share your computer’s internet connection with your phone or tablet. This is useful if you’re on a metered data plan or in an area which has no wifi and a weak mobile signal. What You Will Need: A rooted Android Device A Windows PC USB Driver Reverse Tether Zip (Go to this thread to download or direct download here) Step 1: Install USB Drivers If you don’t have any device drivers already installed on your computer and you never used adb before, then you will need to install the USB drivers.