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Google introduced the "Adoptable Storage" feature with Android Marshmallow back in May, 2015. However, there is still a bit of confusion regarding how the option works exactly. Let us try and clear the smoke here.


What is it?


The Adoptable Storage feature allows you to turn a micro-SD card into the internal storage of your phone. Once you do this, the memory card will well and truly be adopted as a non-removable part of the smartphone, after being reformatted as a 128-bit AES encrypted EXT4 drive. Imagine the 16GB internal storage of your smartphone which had previously kept your app installations at check, replaced with the 64GB memory of your SD card.


How to do it?


As soon as you enter your memory card into a device that is running Android M (Some devices do not support the feature), you should see the following prompt, "Set up SD card." Tap on it, select "Format as internal storage" and select "Erase & Format." Remember to read the warnings just as a precaution.


Can I switch back?


Yes, you can switch back to using your SD card as an external storage by reformatting the card in the same way as before, but this time as "Portable Storage." Do it from Settings >Storage >Select card >Format as external. Remember though that in doing so, all applications and files on that SD card will be lost.


Should you do it?


It depends on your needs really, but if you do choose to try it, make sure that the SD card is at least a Class 10 or UHS. There is a small possibility of your card failing and a rather large one of your phone becoming slower than before. Most cards were not built to handle the high rate of caching, reading and writing data that an internal storage drive must handle. Even though Google has taken measures to prevent this by reducing the indexing operations, the load will still be heavy. Therefore, the advice is, do it if you have low in-built memory, but if you already have sufficient space on the internal storage, it might not be a bad idea to avoid it for now.


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)



The return of Nokia into the international market is probably the biggest or at least the most popular theme in the upcoming MWC 2017. Everyone knows that HMD has already launched the Nokia D6 with overwhelming success in China, but we are now more interested about the devices that the company is going to unveil for the international market in a few days.


Rumor has it that the D6 could have an international launch at the MWC, but the spotlight is more focused on the upcoming Nokia P1 and the Nokia 8. There's also the possibility of seeing the iconic Nokia N and E series smartphones making a comeback. However, when it comes to return of an icon, nothing can really match the hype that has been built up ever since it became known that the Nokia 3310 is coming back! Additionally, China may also get a Nokia 3 and a Nokia 5 to compete in the low-end section of the Chinese market. All of the handsets will be running on Android Nougat 7.0 or higher straight out of the box.



Check out the YouTube video by ConceptCreator above to see what the Nokia P1 may look like on release.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



HTC is about to launch two smartphones next week at an HTC exclusive event. Dubbed as the HTC "For U," it will be held on January 12 to take veils of the HTC U Ultra and the HTC U Play. The U Ultra (Ocean) will sport a huge 6-inch display, while the U Play (Alpine) will come in a much smaller 5.2-inch size variant. Some sources are indicating that HTC will also be revealing a third variant in the U series (Ocean Note) with a 5.5" - 5.7" screen size, but we will have to wait and see if that really happens.



The highlight of the Ocean and Ocean Note as per what we have heard so far is the curved display which HTC will introduce to their smartphones for the first time. Camera performance is also supposed to be excellent, with a DxOMark score higher than that of even the Google Pixel phones. Unfortunately, all rumors are pointing towards the fact that none of these phones will have a 3.5mm audio jack. Considering that HTC isn't particularly enjoying a lot of popularity at the moment, that's a very bold decision to say the least.


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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming for sure and the Galaxy Note 7 debacle has actually made people more interested in the device than ever before as everybody is waiting to see what Samsung does in order to redeem themselves after the embarrassing Note 7 saga. Although it's still quite a few months away, here's what we know/heard about it so far.


Release date


Since Samsung confirmed officially that the S8 won't see an early launch in 2017, it is almost certain that the smartphone will be unveiled a day prior to the MWC 2017, on February 26. This has been the tradition with Samsung's S-series so far and they don't seem eager to break it.


Specifications


Display: 5.5-inch 4K/2K Super AMOLED dual curved panel
SoC: Snapdragon 830/Exynos 8895
RAM: 6GB
Camera: Dual-Lens sensors of 16-megapixels each with f/1.4 aperture and an 8-megapixel front camera
Others: Iris scanner, USB Type-C, support for Google Daydream VR project and according to an official statement by Samsung, "enhanced artificial intelligence service."


Unique Design


The Galaxy S8 could feature a Full-screen dual curved display without any physical buttons in front; although they won't be the first to do so anymore.


We will keep you informed as more concrete support for (or against) these specs are revealed in the course of the next few months leading to February 26.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



After looking at a number of leaked photos and renders, we now know for sure (more or less anyway!) that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 7 will sport a USB Type-C cable and it will be the first Samsung device to do so. Thanks to Tinh táşż, we now have a video that possibly is showing us the USB Type-C cable which will accompany the Note 7.


The model number of the cable as seen in the video is EP-DN930CWE. As we are almost certain that the Note 7 will be codenamed SM-N930, this further reinforces the theory. Besides, anyone who is familiar with how Samsung packages its accessories will find the packaging of the USB Type-C cable to be very familiar. Take a look yourself and you will see what we mean.



The most popular rumor related to Samsung's decision of switching over to USB Type-C from the regular micro-USB is of course the upcoming second gen Gear VR. Samsung will probably launch the next Gear VR with an USB Type-C port in close proximity to the Galaxy Note 7's unveiling. We will found out more as we approach the month of August.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)


 

It has hardly been a month and a half since the Galaxy S7 started to reach customers around the world and there's already new rumors spreading about the Galaxy S8. However, if you just bought the S7 or S7 Edge, fret not, for the S8 is still almost a year away from being released. There have been no indications or even rumors about the next Galaxy flagship from Samsung being released prior to the Mobile World Congress 2017, in February-March.

 

Although it is just too early to comment on what changes Samsung will bring with their next flagship, one would expect them to focus on the audio quality a bit more; especially since the HTC 10 and the LG G5 have amped up their audio department significantly. A change to USB Type-C is also expected, but we will have to wait and see how popular it becomes in the coming months.

 

The only smartphone in the market right now with a 4K panel is the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium, but the S8 may be set to change that. This impression was brought on by the fact that virtual reality is rising in popularity and Samsung is already quite involved in it. As VR becomes an integral part of their future smartphones, the display will gain even more importance and that may result in Samsung opting for a 4K panel instead of the Quad HD ones that they are using right now.

 

Rumors suggest that a ½.3" sensor with aperture f/1.4 might be used in the camera of the S8. If it is true, then low-light photography on the S8 will possibly be better than not only the S7 series, but also any other smartphone in the market right now. This concludes more or less everything that is out there about the Samsung Galaxy S8 till date and if interested, you can also check out the recently released S8 concept video.

 

Author: Saikat Kar.


 

Barcelona was the site of much interest from Samsung device lovers who wanted to see what the SE Asian company had in store for consumers. A couple of flagship devices and a 360-degree virtual reality camera received much of the buzz at the industry event.

 


The Galaxy S7 could easily be mistaken for the Galaxy S6. Okay, so it has been updated with a more metallic look and it is sleeker too, but it is unmistakably an S series device. Fans of the S series device will also be pleased to learn that Samsung have been listening and return some of the features removed from the S6. Namely, the microSD card slot has made a welcome return and storage limits are bumped up to 200GB. The water resistance is also back, so if you spill a coffee on the phone, it might just survive. Remember, we didn't say waterproof, it's only water resistant.


The camera drops from 16-megapixels to 12-megapixels, but the larger pixels and f/1.7 aperture lets in more light for improved low-light performance. The autofocus is faster and a front-facing selfie flashes the screen to provide more light. The 5.1-inch Super AMOLED screen and Snapdragon 820 SoC makes the phone hum along.


The Galaxy S7 Edge also gets the 12-megapixel camera and microSD card slot. It also have more curves in the design and space for notifications. The icons and tabs are larger to match its 5.5-inch screen. The processor is the same as with the S7.


Both devices are released on March 11 and will be compatible with the Samsung Gear VR headset which is offered as a bonus for anyone pre-ordering either device.


The Samsung Gear 360 is a 30-megapixel 360-degree camera that uses 2 fish-eye lenses to capture images and video. Its resolution is 3,820x1,920 which is almost the 4K standard. Each f/2.0 fish-eye lenses covers 195-degrees and images can be stitched together using the S7 or S7 edge. The device is not expected for release until the summer season.


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You would think that Samsung would by now be able to decipher what exactly made the Note 7 catch fire, but you would be wrong. Lithium ion batteries do have the potential to explode or spontaneously combust if something goes wrong inside and that was exactly what Samsung and everyone else thought the problem was. However, it was apparently not exactly what they thought it was. What the problem actually was, remains a mystery still today!


According to Samsung, "We recognized that we did not correctly identify the issue the first time and remain committed to finding the root cause."
"Our top priority remains the safety of our customers and retrieving 100% of the Galaxy Note 7 devices in the market."


Experts examining the smartphones and the scenarios are of the opinion that there could be multiple reasons responsible for the explosions and one of the potential culprits could be that the battery case that wasn't sufficiently big to accommodate the battery of the Note 7. A finer problem could lie in the software of the phone itself, which may have failed to direct battery interactions with other hardware parts inside the phone properly. Whatever the reason is, Samsung needs to clarify it publicly, if it hopes to win back at least some of the trust that it has lost due to the incident.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Samsung Galaxy S8 is coming and it probably has more attention on it than any of its predecessors because of the Note 7 disaster and all the hope that rests upon its slick shoulders. Things so far are looking quite promising to be honest and today we have one more detail for you regarding the upcoming smartphone. "Bixby" is possibly going to be the name of the AI virtual assistant that may debut with the Galaxy S8 in 2017. This conclusion was reached after Samsung filed to copyright the name "Bixby" in South Korea just recently. The details regarding the trademark are as follows.


"computer software for personal information management," "computer application software for smartphones, mobile telephones, portable computers and tablet computers, Namely, software used to operate voice recognition system" and "computer software for enabling hands-free use of a mobile phone through voice recognition."


If the details aren't enough to convince you, consider the fact that this news comes hot in the heels of Samsung's acquisition of Viv Labs last month. Viv Labs was closely associated and instrumental in creating Siri, the extremely popular and successful AI digital assistant found on the Apple iPhones. In case you don't agree, what do you think Bixby signifies?


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)




Now that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is officially discontinued after reports of even the replacement devices catching fire were confirmed, here are a few other options that you can check out instead.


Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge



Although it's priced less than the Note 7, the S7 Edge isn't really lacking much in comparison. The retina scanner, the stylus (S-pen) and a slightly larger 5.7-inch display are the only things that differentiate the two. In fact, the S7 Edge rocks the same camera sensors, 4GB of RAM, SD 820/Exynos 8890 SoC and 1440p Super AMOLED panel (5.5-inch) as its larger sibling.


Google Pixel XL



When it comes to software stability and security, it would be hard to recommend anything over Android's greatest flagship yet; the Google Pixel XL with a 5.5-inch 1440p AMOLED panel. It's also more powerful than the Note 7 with a SD 821 SoC under the hood. It has exceptional cameras that might simply be the best that any smartphone has offered yet.


LG V20



The final recommendation on this list will include the LG V20, which also has a 5.7-inch 1440p panel like the Note 7, along with an additional 2.1-inch display on top of the main one. We expect nothing short of spectacular clicks from the upcoming device as well (dual rear camera) because LG is well known for endowing its high-end smartphones with brilliant cameras.
In case you haven't already, switch your Note 7 off and return it immediately.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

 



Although there have been some speculations that Samsung won't be continuing its Note line-up this year around, we did hear from the Korean electronics giant a while back that the Note 8 is indeed coming. Provided that Samsung hasn't changed its decision since then, here are a few features that we can expect to see on the next Galaxy Note smartphone.


The dual-curved display


At this point, it is quite likely that all Samsung flagship smartphones will feature the dual-curved Edge displays, which debuted with the Galaxy S6 Edge back in 2015. Of course, the one on the Note 8 will come with more functionality to support the stylus.


Iris scanner for security


Another one of the features that debuted with the Note 7, the iris scanner is sure to make its way onto the next Note. In fact, I wouldn't be surprised to see it on the Galaxy S8 either.


Water-resistance


There is no doubt that the Note 8 is going to be water-resistant with at least an IP68 certification, if not with something even more advanced. Given that Samsung had figured out how to make the Note 7 water-resistant in spite of accommodating a vulnerable spot for nestling the S-Pen, there is no reason to think that they won't implement an improved version of the same on their next Note smartphone.


Keep in mind that the name "Note 8" may not be the actual name of the product this year as Samsung could opt for something else to steer clear of the bad reputation that the Note 7 has tainted them with. Also, there's already an old Samsung tablet with the same name present in the market.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



The Galaxy S8 has brought true desktop experience onto a mobile phone, thanks to DeX. However, here are a few things that you need to know about the app, before you decide to buy the S8 or the S8+ based on that feature.


You NEED the Dock


You will have to shell out an additional $160 to buy the DeX Dock because it simply won't work without it. The dock has an HDMI port, two USB ports, Bluetooth, a cooling fan and it even charges the phone. Apart from the monitor itself and the connecting wire, this is the only other accessory you will need.


It Resembles Windows


The experience is not unlike what we are all used to seeing from Windows computers. The app window is at the bottom left corner, just like the Windows button and you can minimize, maximize or multitask on the monitor just like on a fully-fledged PC or Mac.


You May Not Really Need it!


We cannot deny that the idea and the implementation is excellent this time around and even beats the Microsoft Continuum system in a few things. However, since it is not exactly a laptop replacement, we are not sure if you really can find it useful! It's not like you can carry around a monitor in addition to a phone and a dock while travelling. At home or office, you already have a laptop or two, so Samsung may need to find some good uses for it very soon, if they want DeX to be a major selling factor for the Galaxy S8 series.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



For the first time ever, Samsung has removed its iconic physical Home button from the bottom of a smartphone manufactured by them, i.e. the Galaxy S8 (and the S8+). What does that mean for you as a user?


No Fingerprint Scanner in Front


The rather awkward position of the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner on the two S8 smartphones is a result of the physical Home button being replaced by the virtual on-screen one. While Samsung should have definitely placed the fingerprint scanner in the middle of the back, it would have been better if they simply opted for an under-the-screen ultrasonic scanner instead.


Less Screen Real Estate


For the first time ever, the display on the smartphones will have to sacrifice a bit of screen space at the bottom to make room for the on-screen buttons. Although, given the extra-long nature of the two displays, that shouldn't really be a problem.


Pressure Sensitivity


The Home button, capacitive as it maybe, is pressure sensitive by nature. What it means is that you can now touch it to feel a vibration or tactile feedback, not unlike what we are used to seeing on the latest iPhones. Also, a bit more pressure or "hard pressing" as Samsung calls it may bring up more options.


The move was made to make way for the near bezel-less design that Samsung is going for with the S8 and the S8+ and it seems like a good one, even though there might be a few problems here and there. Even the Samsung logo was moved to the back, which actually makes the infinity display look even better.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Now that Samsung has started to update Bixby with the missing voice functionality in South Korea, they have also released multiple videos which demonstrate how good Bixby's voice functionality actually is. Unfortunately, they are only available in Korean at the moment, so don't expect to understand too much from the videos themselves, unless you know the language of course.



Nevertheless, the videos serve two purposes in my book. Firstly they show off the digital assistant's capabilities to help us use the phone completely with voice only. It can open apps, edit images, share them wherever you want them to be shared, launch the camera, take pictures/videos, change device settings and so much more. Secondly it confirms that Samsung's claims with Bixby at launch were on point, albeit a bit premature. We have linked all the videos throughout this article so that you can check them out for yourself. Enjoy!






Samsung only managed to secure a meagre 13% of the global smartphone market's total operating profit, while Apple managed to scoop up 83.4% in Q1 2017! In spite of Samsung outselling Apple globally by millions of handsets in the quarter, they only managed to show an operating profit of $1.57 billion, while Apple posted a figure of $10.1 billion for the same. Samsung experienced a 21.9% decline while Apple saw a 79.8% increase in their respective operating profits.


If you are wondering how it's possible, well, the answer is quite simple really; higher profit margins. Apple enjoys insane profit margins in the range of 30.7%; something that can only be pulled off by Apple because of its brand name. No other company, including Samsung can afford to sell their smartphones with a profit margin that high because no one would buy them. Apple on the other hand knows that people will continue to buy them, irrespective of the price. Samsung is having trouble holding onto even a 9.7% average profit margin due to steep competition from Chinese manufacturers in the low-mid end segment.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



@OnLeaks and 91Moiiles have collaborated in bringing this Galaxy Note 8 leak to you, which looks significantly different from what one would expect the Galaxy Note 8 to look like when it's actually launched in August. In fact, these renders are even quite different from what the previous leaks had shown us as well. Whether or not that's good news, it is for you to decide. While there's no confirmation that these leaks are authentic, OnLeaks and 91Mobiles are without a doubt, pretty reliable leaksters.



If you have not yet figured out what I am rambling about, then let me point it out to you; it's the top bezel. The design of the render shows the Galaxy Note 8 to sport a significantly bigger bezel on top than the Galaxy Note 8. It sounds almost unbelievable that Samsung would move away from the S8's bezel-less design which earned them so much praise this year. In fact, it suspiciously resembles the Galaxy Note 7 in many ways. Other design elements are more or less what's to be expected. There's the dual camera, with an awkwardly placed fingerprint scanner right beside the camera module, the 3.5mm headphone jack, the USB Type-C port, the mono speaker outlet, the front camera, the iris scanner, the heart rate sensor and the other usual stuff.




Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



If you have a phone with insufficient internal memory, Uninstall Manager will help you out. Those of us out there who are still using a smartphone with 8GB or even 4GB internal storage, the struggle for space is a real and constant problem. With games like N.O.V.A. 3 taking up about 2.4GB of space in your phone alone, even 16GB variants may not be enough for power users. This is where Google's new Uninstall Manager comes in. It is a new additional feature that's embedded within the Google Play Store itself. It tries to help you find more space by simply suggesting applications which you can uninstall in order to make room for the new one that you are trying to install.



Android Police further reports that the user will see a popup menu within the Play Store which will show all the uninstall suggestions, along with the size of the installed files and the amount of space you are currently lacking for the new application to be installed on your phone. The suggestions are of course, based on the usage statistics data of the consumer and therefore they will consist of apps that you rarely or never use. In order to get the Uninstall Manager on your system, you don't need to download anything, just update the Play Store to its latest version and you are all set.


Author: Saikat Kar (Tech-journalist and enthusiast)



Staying true to the tradition of naming their Android iterations after desserts and sweets, Google has finally announced the official name of Android N as Nougat. In case you are curious, real life nougats are chewy Spanish sweets/ingredients made with whipped egg whites, roasted nuts, sugar, honey and candied fruit.


As has been the custom for Google, Android 7.0 Nougat has now received its official statue which depicts the Google Android standing over three nougat bars at its feet. The company expressed its appreciation for the public's response when they had put up an official site for anyone and everyone to suggest a name for the next Android OS. In the launch video, it was also mentioned that those suggestions played a major role in selecting the nougat as their preferred choice.


Android 7.0 Nougat should start to make its appearance by late 2016, especially on Nexus devices. This is a version of the OS that will be heavy on the visual animations and will offer a much better graphical support than Android Marshmallow, which will make way for superior looking games on your Android smartphones.


Author: Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



By now, we all know that not all smartphones are created equal. If there's something that sets Android devices head and shoulders above some of their competitors, it's the possibility to customize them to no end. And one of the best ways to personalize your Android experience is through the proverbial lens of a new launcher.


The launcher market is constantly growing as more and more users look for different ways to personalize their Android devices, and more developers creating apps to answer those needs. To be clear, most manufacturers pre-install their own launchers on the Android devices they produce. It's the reason a Samsung phone looks different from an LG, for example. Obviously, that does not have to be the be all and end all of the way in which you phone looks and functions.


Through the use of a launcher app, you can customize your phone with new animations and graphics, and get new features like gestures and widgets. If you're really looking to change the look and feel of your Android device, you can even get a launcher that completely changes the user interface.


How does a launcher work?


The Android operating system uses an interface app to display the entire user interface when you access the home screen on your phone, tablet, or even wearable. Once installed, an Android launcher will replace the standard interface app, changing things like the home screen and the app drawer. It can also become more intuitive and bring your most used apps front and center, but more on that later.


Although both provide personalization options, launcher apps should not be confused with custom ROMs. While you only need to download and install a launcher on your device in order to use it, a custom ROM requires you to root your device. The main difference between a launcher and a custom ROM is that ROMs offer deeper system changes than mere user interface tweaks. However, since rooting your Android might end up causing more damage to a device than it's worth, most users prefer sticking to softer means of personalization.


Launchers allow you to have customization at your fingertips, without the anxiety of possibly causing serious damage to your device.


Why should you use one?


Pretty much all launchers fall in two categories: design or smart.


As the name suggests, a design launcher is created to break free of some of the design limitations your Android device might have, and bring focus to what the user interface looks and feels like. From simple, slick designs, to more intricate ones, the sky's the limit with design launchers. You can also add new custom gestures and icons to further personalize your device. All in all, a design launcher gives you a myriad of customization options for your device's UI, allowing you to basically have the last say on what your device looks like.


Meanwhile, a smart launcher goes beyond design and adapts to how you use your device. It ‘looks' at which apps you use to make them more accessible for you, basically ‘learning' what your priorities are. Depending on what kind of information you provide a smart launcher, you can even see different apps on your home screen depending on the day of the week or time of day. This is all meant to make life easier and create a uniquely customized Android experience.


If you really want a launcher that combines the both categories, smart and design, you should try Redraw Keyboard.


So, there you have it. Whether you're looking to ‘redesign' your phone, tablet or wearable, or make your device a little more intuitive, launchers have you covered on all fronts. All you need to do now is explore the market and find one that best suits your needs!



EaseUS MobiSaver for Android claims to be the most powerful and effective desktop data recovery software for all Android powered devices and it can be downloaded for free. Is it really as good as it sounds? Let's check out what the software is offering.


Features


3 Step Easy Recovery - The recovery process can be completed in about three steps and they involve simply connecting your device to your computer via USB, scanning and recovering. In other words, you don't have to be a techie to use EaseUS MobiSaver.


Safe and Speedy - The software once installed on your computer will detect your smartphone or tablet automatically, as soon as you connect it via USB. The recovery process itself is safe and does not affect the source in any way. All data recovered by using the software is kept private as expected.


All data types supported - The EaseUS MobiSaver can be used to not only recover photos and SMS messages, but also contacts, documents, videos and audio files.


Effective in most cases - The desktop tool can be used for recovery if your Android phone has lost its data due to a virus infection, software failure, hardware failure, rooting attempt or just plain deletion by accident. Although the effectiveness of the recovery attempt will vary depending on a number of factors, EaseUS MobiSafe can be utilized for attempting data recovery, irrespective of the reason for the data loss.


All major brands supported - It should work for almost all Android devices, but major brands like Samsung, Sony, Motorola, LG, HTC, Google Nexus, Huawei and ZTE are thoroughly supported.


Support for both old and new Android OS versions - It works with smartphones running on the now ancient Android 2.3 Gingerbread just as well as it does on the latest Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. Every Android OS versions in between the two (4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4, 5.0, 5.1) are also compatible.


Data on SD cards can be recovered - MobiSaver is powerful enough to recover all types of data even from corrupted SD cards used in smartphones.


Up to 1GB (+1GB) free recovery - The free version of the EaseUS MobiSaver allows the user to recover as much as up to 1GB of data, after which you will need to buy the software to support the developers. However, the last we checked, they were also offering an extra 1GB of free recovery, if the user shared the app via social media.


A variety of supported formats - Before the process begins, you can choose the type of files you need recovering from formats such as .jpg/.png/.bmp (images), Word/PDF/Excel (documents), .wma/.mp3 (audio), CSV/HTML/VCF (contacts and messages) and multiple others.


Preview - The application will allow you to have a preview before beginning with the actual recovery process, so that the user can have a clear idea about what to expect.


What you should know


Although EaseUS MobiSaver for Android Free does work and almost anyone can use it without any issues, there is a chance that some of the recovered files will be corrupted. Also, the sizes of the recovered files are limited to a maximum of 100MB per file, which may not be ideal if you are trying to recover long video content. However, advanced users will appreciate the Deep Scan option which allows for finding even lost or formatted data.


iPhone 6 - Android phones

 

Apple iPhone 6 Plus 128GB variant costs around $949.99 according to the official price list from the Apple US Store. This is the most expensive iPhone Apple ever released to date... The Question is "What Android products you can get with the same price ?".

 

Well, If you choose to go with Android Open-Source World, for a [$949.99] you can get a Smartphone (Nexus 5) $349 + 7" Tablet (Nexus 7) $229 + HD Streaming (Chromecast) $35 + Smartwatch (Moto 360) $249 + you'll still have a $87 left in your pocket.

 

So, You can get 1 iOS device or a whole Tech-set of Android devices with unlimited customizing options. Your Call!

 



The Apple September Event is finally over and now we know everything (almost) that there is to know about the upcoming gadgets and smartphones from Apple. Since the time for rumors is over, let us delve right into what was unveiled by the company earlier today and list the details revealed by the company regarding the iPhone 7.


The iPhone 7


Chipset: It will use the Apple A10 chip which offers a performance boost of 40% over last year's A9 chip, at a clock speed of 2.44GHz (hopefully).


Display: 4.7-inch 750 × 1334 pixels HD Retina Display with enhanced 3D Touch, which was declared to be 25% brighter than the iPhone 6s' screen.


Camera: 12-megapixel primary camera with OIS. It offers better exposure, lower aperture and a sensor that's 60% faster than that of the iPhone 6s. The front camera has an enhanced 7-megapixel sensor with Auto Image Stabilisation.


Battery: Apple claimed that the iPhone would last a user 12-hours while browsing on LTE networks. No other specific details were revealed.


Storage, release date and price: You can pre-order the 32GB, 128GB and 256GB variants of the iPhone 7 for USD 649, USD 749 and USD 849 respectively, starting from September 9. It will go on worldwide sale officially from September 16.


Color Options: Jet Black (128GB and 256GB only), Matte Black, Silver, Rose Gold and Gold.


Other improvements


The iPhone 7 comes with two stereo speakers and the new speaker has been placed on top of the phone. It is also the first iPhone to sport IP67 certification for water-resistance. Expectedly, Apple has done away with the 3.5mm jack, but has included an adapter to connect your old headphones to it via the lightning port, which will directly accept the bundled lightning EarPods. As we reported earlier, the iPhone 7 does not have a physical Home button; instead, there's a solid state Home button now, which is pressure sensitive and provides varying haptic feedbacks depending on the use.


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)

 



Apple's all new iPhone 7 is set to go on sale in September. But when in September?


If AT&T's leaked reset schedule is anything to go by, the pre-order date for the new device is going to September 9th and the official release date to the public is going to be the two weeks later on the 23rd.


Design


The design of the 7 is said to be notably similar to that of the 6 and 6S. If so, it will be available with a 4.7 inch screen, with a Plus version boasting a 5.5 inch screen also available. The rounded aluminium unibody frame, available in space grey, silver, gold and rose gold, is set to also remain the same, though there may be a few very minor changes.


Not so minor, and probably the most obvious change to the design of the handset is the removal of the headphone jack. Developers are said to be scrapping the jack to make way for a slimmer model, and more room for hardware upgrades. If the headphone jack is to be removed, wireless Bluetooth headphones, or a lightning port will come with the model. A slimmer design would be a bold move from Apple considering how many smashed displays you see around nowadays.


The seven's next major revamp may just be the home button. Rather than an actual button you, it may be replaced with a pressure sensitive touch pad. Such technology has already been seen on Apple's latest MacBook so it's definitely a plausible rumour.


Camera


The camera is set to undergo a massive revamp. The iPhone 7 Plus will see the most significant changes with a dual camera on the horizon, a dual camera would more than satisfy photography enthusiasts as it would produce near DSLR-quality photographs.


Price


Apple has been pretty consistent with its pricing on last two iPhone releases, meaning that many expect the new handset to be priced around £539 for a 16GB, £619 for a 64GB, £699 for a 128gb and if rumours are true, over £800 if a huge 256gb model is released.
Of course these prices are for buying the handset outright so contact prices from retailers like Carphone Warehouse, Mobile Phone Direct etc will vary depending on model, network, and of course stock.


Technical Bits


Onto the more technical side of things, the 7's display technology may be a slight improvement on that of the 6 but it is unlikely to stray away from the 1080p LCD screens of the 6. Innovations seen on the iPad may be added, however. True Tone - the colour temperature-shifting feature - may be introduced from the latest iPad Pro. This would allow for more realistic colours.


Another major upgrade from the 6S is the processing power of the 7. Apple's A10 processor as well as the M10 motion co-processor may finally be implemented. This would add up to 50% more processing power, making the handset run a whole lot more smoothly.


Currently, one of the main frustrations the iPhone brings is its poor battery life. And with it, it's irritatingly short charging cable. Well whispers suggest that the 7 may finally sport a wireless charger, however, the reliability of those whispers cannot be voucher for too much. To make up for this though, it is highly possible that the new handset may charge in a fraction of the time it takes the 6S, this is down to the five volts, two amps charging.


If we're talking iMessage, larger emojis are set to become available as well as the option to draw pictures rather than send text. The other leading apps such as photos, music, news and maps are also set to undergo a makeover.


And the quirkiest rumour regarding the seven? It may finally follow in the footsteps of the Samsung Galaxy by becoming water-resistant. The removal of the headphone jack certainly supports those rumours, as does Apple's previous interest in existing waterproof devices.
Whether AT&T's leaked schedule is correct, or the claims from serial leaker Evan Blass that state the seven will go on sale on September 16 are, one thing for sure is that the handset is definitely set for release in September. The release of the seven may be just weeks away ladies and gentlemen!



With the iPhone 7 due to be released in September 2016, speculation continues to mount over its new features. While some have suggested that demand for the new model will be low due to lack of innovation, the figures from Business Insider show that ‘demand for the iPhone 7 is healthy'. While Apple has yet to settle on the finished design, we can be pretty sure of a few things...


What's likely to be different?


Headphone jack


One of the major talking points over the last year has been the lack of a headphone socket. This will mean that headphones will connect to the phone via Bluetooth or through its Lightning port. This caused uproar in some circles last year yet insiders have said that a 3.5mm adaptor will be included in the box.


Camera


Rumours surrounding the new camera include the use of dual lenses and enhanced performance in low-light conditions. It is also expected to be upgraded from 8 megapixels to 12 megapixels.


Antenna bands, earpiece cut-outs and light sensor


The antenna bands across the back of the device have reportedly been removed. Meanwhile the earpiece cut-outs are now longer and the ambient light sensor has been moved; presumably as a means to improving performance in low light.


Storage Space


The latest inside news is that Apple will be favouring the 32GB storage option in their most basic model - if true, this seemingly puts an end to the 16GB predecessors that may now struggle given the recent development in app quality.


In fact, a 256GB version, the first of its kind on the iOS platform, has been suggested by technology specialists TrendForce. Perhaps overkill, the space will certainly allow for multiple high-graphic options such as the notorious Disney Infinity 3.0 at 2.26GB.


Combined with the essential movie archive, personal music discography or just your favourite iGaming apps, the iPhone 7 isn't likely to struggle. Indeed, catching the latest Pokémon or playing online bingo directly on your phone should be a breeze come its release later this year.


Processors


Experts expect the iPhone 7 to use next-generation A10 processors from TSMC. In terms of internal storage, entry-level handsets will start at 32GB instead of 16GB.


Size


The new model is expected to be 1mm thinner than the iPhone 6, but at 5.5 inches it will be the same size as the 6s. Apple may indeed be wary of making the product thinner due to the negative press they received over the iPhone 6 in 2014. There were several reports of the inerrant ‘bend problem' which the manufacturer will be keen to quash in its new product.


Name


There are some rumours that Apple will dispense with numerical ordering and refer to the new model as the iPhone Pro. However, others dispute this.


Home Button


Some photos have emerged of the models without the home button; a staple on every single model so far. The suggestion is that Apple will drop the physical button in favour of an onscreen key. Other images suggest that this rumour is false.


What will stay the same?


Two models


Apple plans to continue releasing two models. Some sources suggest that these will be called the iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Plus; others say they will named simply iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.


Casing


All rumours suggest the iPhone 7 will look very similar to the iPhone 6, with only minor aesthetic changes.


Screens


Apple plans to stick to the 4.7" and 5.5" screens it uses on the current flagship models. The lower-level model (iPhone 7 or iPhone Pro) will have the smaller screen as standard. The flagship model (iPhone 7 Pro Plus or iPhone 7 Plus) will come with the bigger screen as standard.



If you have been following the latest buzz around the upcoming iPhones then you probably already know that they are coming out this Tuesday, which is September 12. As per reliable sources, Apple's brand new headquarter will be the venue of the unveiling for more than just two phones this year.


Apart from introducing the expected upgrades to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, the world will witness Apple reveal a third phone as well. This will be the very first time that Apple is expected to release three iPhones at a single event and this third entrant will be called, "iPhone X." A new Apple Watch and may


The iPhone X will of course be the one with the borderless OLED display, if the leaks and rumors are to be believed of course. Although, at this point, it's only a matter of official confirmation because all but the actual handset has been revealed. The question is, will you be picking up an iPhone X for $1,000+ or will the iPhone 8 or iPhone Plus be enough for you?


Source: Steven Troughton-Smith on Twitter


Saikat Kar (tech-enthusiast)



Online casinos are abundant in the UK, but that doesn't mean that they are all the same. You can always get information from reliable websites that pick only the best new UK slots to review, but you yourself should have a basic idea about what to expect as well. Here are a few pointers to keep in mind while joining a new slot site.


Licensing Details


This is one of the most important factors to remember before joining a slot site. The online casino should have license to operate in the jurisdiction where its servers are maintained. Depending on the jurisdiction which is responsible for its regulation and licensing, the experience may differ. It might be best if you checked the slot site's licensing properties in the UK as well before joining. An eCOGRA certification is a good sign and usually means that the site is secure for safe monetary transactions.


The Software


When it comes to online casinos, the software is everything. It decides the games you can play, the graphics, the animations, the audio, themes, player options and just about everything that determines a user's experience on a slot site. Before signing up, it is probably a good idea to make sure that the casino is using software from market leaders such as Microgaming, Playtech and NetEnt.


Bonus Offers


Almost all slot sites will offer welcome bonuses to you on signing up, but it's up to you to choose the one that's presenting the best first time offers, according to you. Even after you sign up and your first time offers have expired, you should be getting periodical offers from the casino every once in a while.


Customer Support


Customer care is important as that's how you are supposed to interact with the casino, especially if something goes wrong. Even if the site doesn't have 24 × 7 customer care available, check to see if support will at least be available during the time when you usually gamble. Live chat options are far better than email communication since it's a much faster process. Alternatively, you should be able to call them up if you need to. If a casino is operating in the UK, the customer care executives should speak English, but check the language options before signing up nevertheless.


Once you have made sure that a casino checks all the above boxes, sign up and try out a few slots to see if you like how it feels. If you don't like it, there's always something better waiting for you.



In the competitive field of online casinos, everyone has one offer or the other for newcomers and loyal returning customers. The no deposit bonus is a popular practice which gives the user free money or credits to get started with gambling, without actually spending any of his/her own money. You cannot withdraw the in-game cash given to you as a bonus though. You can only use it to play games on that particular site. Before joining a casino, you should look at the offers made to you and compare them with other offers from different casinos to find and take advantage of the best no deposit casino available.


Bonus cash


Bonus cash is a no deposit extra which puts some in-game cash into the player's account, even when he has not spent any real money on the casino games yet. These offers are particularly good for first time joiners and help them to get a feel of how things work on the site.


Free Slots and Spins


Although free spins usually do not have prizes as good as paid ones, anything you may win with one of these are for you to keep. Free spins are a good way to test out some of the slot games available on the casino to find the ones you like.


Cashback


You may not find it in all online casinos, but some of them do return a portion of the money you have lost while gambling at the end of each week or month. The percentage of the losses which they could return back to you is known as a cashback bonus. The amount will vary depending on how much you have spent during the last week or month and there could be limits on the maximum amount that can be returned to you via cashback.


Credit Bonus


Similar to cash bonuses, a credit bonus also allows players to get free entry to certain games, but they most often come with a time limit and are only applicable to a few particular games at any one time. The promo credits will disappear after the announced timeframe is over.


A credit bonus is a good offer if you are already a member and the credits are being given on a game that you like. However, if you are looking to join an online casino as a new member, make sure that you get a lot of bonus cash, free spins and maybe even a good cashback percentage on your first week.

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Did you ever try to guess what the "N" in Android N will stand for? If you did, then here's your chance to try and get that idea be adopted by Google itself! That's right, the digital giant has even launched an entire website to register such ideas from people all over the world. This was quite a beginning to the Google I/O that started today. It is also an unexpectedly new move by Google, who have previously been content with just revealing the name of the next Android version at the yearly conference, up till now.


Android N was announced just a few months back in March and considering that Marshmallow was officially released only back in October 2015, it was obvious that Google wanted things to be on their way faster than before. To prove this point further, they released a developer preview as a follow up, which gave a few lucky users the taste of what's to come; improved battery life, split-screen multitasking and even brand new emojis among others. We are not sure if Google is looking for the name of innovative desserts or if they are planning to take a new approach this time around, but feel free to give it a try nonetheless.


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It's still too early to predict much about Android O, but reports are coming in to suggest a few of its features nevertheless. Let's take a look at what they are talking about.


"Copy Less"


The alleged "Copy Less" feature will make sure that the user has to do less copy pasting while trying to share info from one app, via another. It would be hard to explain how exactly it will work until we have more information, but it has been hinted that the text which you want to copy paste will be suggested automatically. It could be a part of the new OS as a whole or just the Gboard keyboard.


Gesture Features


Drawing alphabets on a locked screen to initiate apps is not something that's new to Android users as most third party manufacturers have lock screen gesture shortcuts in-built on their phones. However, Google will reportedly integrate the feature inherrently in Android O. Draw a C on the screen to bring up your contacts or a V to turn on the flashlight for example.


More Functionality in Text


It could be so that the OS (or just the keyboard app) will recognize when someone sends you a text with an address in it. Tapping on that address will open Google Maps and maybe will even show you the location in-app. The functionality will not be limited to addresses and Google Map of course.


The info you just read was brought forth by VentureBeats and cannot quite be confirmed as of now. We will keep you updated on things as they become more apparent.


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While the name of the next Android OS might still be undecided, the first developer preview of the OS is here. As of now, the developer version of Android O is eligible for being rolled out to the Google Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, the Pixel C tablet and the Nexus Player.


Google has already given us the timeline regarding the Developer Preview release schedule for Android O. The first one already came out on March 21 and other three will follow consecutively in mid-May, mid-June and mid-July. It is being expected that Android 8.0 will see the first stable public release from late August or early September at best.


Significant changes seen so far in the OS include changes and improvements in the Notification menu, the status bar, the navigation bar, Quick Settings, App badges, System UI customization options, physical keyboard support, Autofill API, background processes, PIP support and much more. To check out the actual details as made clear by Android Authority, click here.

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Android 5.0 Lollipop

 

Google just announced Android 5.0 Lollipop, the latest Android OS version along with Moto Nexus 6 and HTC Nexus 9.

 

Android "Lollipop" naming was one of the top picks of the rumor mill lately, but another not so distant possibility was also Lion, which seemed quite reasonable, bearing in mind it will follow right after KitKat.

 

lollipop

 

Android 5.0 Lollipop will ship on the just announced Nexus 6 and Nexus 9, but it will also will also be available on Nexus 4, 5, 7, 10 and Google Play edition devices in the coming weeks.

 

 

What's New on Android 5.0 Lollipop ?

 

Nexus

 

 

Material Design

- A bold, colorful, and responsive UI design for consistent, intuitive experiences across all your devices.

- Responsive, natural motion, realistic lighting and shadows, and familiar visual elements make it easier to navigate your device.

- Vivid new colors, typography, and edge-to-edge imagery help to focus your attention.


Notifications

- New ways to control when and how you receive messages - only get interrupted when you want to be.

- View and respond to messages directly from your lock screen. Includes the ability to hide sensitive content for these notifications.

- For fewer disruptions, turn on Priority mode via your device's volume button so only certain people and notifications get through. Or schedule recurring downtime like 10pm to 8am when only Priority notifications can get through.

- With Lollipop, incoming phone calls won't interrupt what you're watching or playing. You can choose to answer the call or just keep doing what you're doing.

- Control the notifications triggered by your apps; hide sensitive content and prioritize or turn off the app's notifications entirely.

- More intelligent ranking of notifications based on who they're from and the type of communication. See all your notifications in one place by tapping the top of the screen.


Battery

- Power for the long haul

- A battery saver feature which extends device use by up to 90 mins.

- Estimated time left to fully charge is displayed when your device is plugged in.

- Estimated time left on your device before you need to charge again can now be found in battery settings.


Security

- Keep your stuff safe and sound

- New devices come with encryption automatically turned on to help protect data on lost or stolen devices.

- SELinux enforcing for all applications means even better protection against vulnerabilities and malware.

- Use Android Smart Lock to secure your phone or tablet by pairing it with a trusted device like your wearable or even your car.


Device Sharing

- More flexible sharing with family and friends

- Multiple users for phones. If you forget your phone, you still can call any of your friends (or access any of your messages, photos etc.) by simply logging into another Android phone running Lollipop. Also perfect for families who want to share a phone, but not their stuff.

- Guest user for phones and tablets means you can lend your device and not your stuff.

- Screen pinning: pin your screen so another user can access just that content without messing with your other stuff


New Quick Settings

- Get to the most frequently used settings with just two swipes down from the top of the screen.

- New handy controls like flashlight, hotspot, screen rotation and cast screen controls.

- Easier on/off toggles for Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and location.

- Manually adjust your brightness for certain conditions. Then, adaptive brightness will kick in based on ambient lighting.


Connectivity

- A better internet connection everywhere and more powerful Bluetooth low energy capabilities.

- Improved network handoffs resulting in limited interruption in connectivity. For example, continue your video chat or VoIP calls without interruption as you leave the house and switch from your home Wi-Fi back to cellular.

- Improved network selection logic so that your device connects only if there is a verified internet connection on Wi-Fi.

- Power-efficient scanning for nearby Bluetooth low energy ("BLE") devices like wearables or beacons.

- New BLE peripheral mode.


Runtime and Performance

- A faster, smoother and more powerful computing experience.

- ART, an entirely new Android runtime, improves application performance and responsiveness.

- Up to 4x performance improvements.

- Smoother UI for complex, visually rich applications.

- Compacting backgrounded apps and services so you can do more at once.

- Support for 64 bit devices, like the Nexus 9, brings desktop class CPUs to Android.

- Support for 64-bit SoCs using ARM, x86, and MIPS-based cores.

- Shipping 64-bit native apps like Chrome, Gmail, Calendar, Google Play Music, and more.

- Pure Java language apps run as 64-bit apps automatically.


Media

- Bolder graphics and improved audio, video, and camera capabilities.

- Lower latency audio input ensuring that music and communication applications that have strict delay requirements provide an amazing realtime experience.

- Multi-channel audio stream mixing means professional audio applications can now mix up to eight channels including 5.1 and 7.1 channels.

- USB Audio support means you can plug USB microphones, speakers, and a myriad of other USB audio devices like amplifiers and mixers into your Android device.

- OpenGL ES 3.1 and Android extension pack brings Android to the forefront of mobile graphics putting it on par with desktop and console class performance
A range of new professional photography features for Android Lollipop that let you
Capture full resolution frames around 30 fps.

- Support raw formats like YUV and Bayer RAW.

- Control capture settings for the sensor, lens, and flash per individual frame.

- Capture metadata like noise models and optical information.

- State of the art video technology with support for HEVC main profile to allow for UHD 4K 10-bit video playback, tunneled hardware video decoding to save power and improved HLS support for streaming.


"OK Google"

- Easy access to information and performing tasks.

- Even if your screen is off, you can say "OK Google" on devices with digital signal processing support such as Nexus 6 and Nexus 9.

- Talk to Google on the go to get quick answers, send a text, get directions and more.


Android TV

- Support for living room devices.

- User interface adapted for the living room.

- Less browsing, more watching with personalized recommendations for content like movies and TV shows.

- Voice search for Google Play, YouTube and supported apps so you can just say what you want to see.

- Console-style Android gaming on your TV with a gamepad.

- Cast your favorite entertainment apps to your big screen with Google Cast support for Android TV devices.


Accessibility

- Enhanced low vision and color blind capabilities.

- Boost text contrast or invert colors to improve legibility.

- Adjust display to improve color differentiation.


Now in 68+ languages

15 new additions.

- Basque, Bengali, Burmese, Chinese (Hong Kong), Galician, Icelandic, Kannada, Kyrgyz, Macedonian, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Sinhala, Tamil, Telugu.

 

Get up and running in no-time

- Tap & go: instant set up of your new Android phone or tablet by simply tapping it to your old one (requires NFC).

- Whenever you get a new Android phone or tablet, you can bring over your apps from Google Play automatically from any of your old Android devices.


And a whole lot more

- Tap & pay: easily manage multiple payment apps by quickly switching between them.

- Print preview and page range support.

- Revamped display for battery, Bluetooth, data usage, and Wi-Fi settings and new search functionality.

- New device level feedback for Nexus devices in Settings > about phone > send feedback.

 

Easier sharing with

- Improved ranking of your options within the share menu.

- Android Beam: lets you share a file with someone nearby by gently tapping the two devices together Where supported by the hardware, your device will wake up as soon as you pick it up or tap the screen twice.

- Improved hardware keyboard accessory support including support for multilingual, emoji input, search key, and improved app and system key chords.

 

 

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