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byPublished on 02-10-2014 10:07 PM
Just in case you missed the Flappy Bird train, here's a way to download the application outside of the Google Play Store for your Android device. You'll find a number of APK download links around the Internet. I've included one below that I've used on my device. It was linked from a large online technology site so I assume it has not been tampered.
Flappy Bird_v1.3_apk-up.blogspot.com ...byPublished on 02-10-2014 01:12 AM
Why follow AIO Wireless news? Well it appears to be the current intentions of AT&T to roll this company under the Cricket brand if/when the Leap/Cricket Wireless buyout goes through.
Just recently Tmobile won a battle in court to get AT&T to stop the use of Pantone 676C (it's a color!) and similar variants. It is to their belief that some customers are confusing the companies. Plum and magenta, close right?
In other news, by Valentine's Day AIO should have the Moto G, which runs KitKat 4.4 and sports a quad core ...byPublished on 02-05-2014 09:13 AM
New users to the Sense interface present in most HTC devices might be surprised that they do not have any toggles in their notification area as soon as they use the drop down. They are only an additional click away by default, but if you want to take that step away, try Power Toggles. It is available in the Google Play Store for free.
Link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...nless.pc&hl=en ...byPublished on 02-04-2014 11:26 PM
Since one of the strong points of the HTC One series in general is the stereo speakers, I thought I'd share a comparison of the One Max vs the Note 3. Although the video doesn't have the best audio, I think you can determine which is better.
Oh and if you didn't know, the One Max doesn't have Beats where as the original HTC One did. ...byPublished on 01-28-2014 07:51 PM
Installing Adobe Flash Player on the Cricket Wireless ZTE Source is simple. Although many sites are migrating to HTML5, Flash elements still appear on many websites. Downloading of other browsers is not required as the stock browser supports plugins. ...byPublished on 01-25-2014 12:49 PM
Cricket has a limited time promotion starting on January 26th for new customers and existing ones as well. Their 5 lines for $100 ($95 with auto bill pay plus taxes and fees) will provide unlimited talk and text with 1GB of full speed Internet. It is based on the existing $50 smartphone plans. You can take advantage of this program with as low as 3 lines. Extra full speed data can still be purchased at $10 / 1 gb / line / month. It appears you will have to visit a Cricket store in order to take advantage of this opportunity.
Currently ...byPublished on 01-16-2014 09:04 AM
Perhaps this was a result of the Whitehouse.gov petition about cell phone unlocking. The current administration basically asked carriers to define a way for their customer to unlock their devices.
If you have an iPhone, you will be able to request it to be unlocked for international use. This request will be fulfilled by Cricket Customer Care.
You must meet three requirements:
- 6 months consecutive use
- Same account
- Same phone
Once you unlock your device, it will remain unlocked for international use unless a software update re-locks it. This only becomes a major issue if you do ...byPublished on 01-04-2014 04:11 PM
This is the root tutorial for the ZTE Source. I was able to pick one up during their $79.99 promotion. The video above is the FULL TUTORIAL. It will lead you step by step. I have left some notes below as well.
Works on Android 4.1.2 ZTE Source.
Rootmaster - attached to this post
The drivers for this device are located on the actual device.
Go to settings > developer options > enable > click ok to allow development settings > check USB debugging to enable > click ok to allow USB debugging.
Plug the device in for the first ...byPublished on 01-02-2014 08:50 PM
This surprised me when the Verizon HTC One Max did not require any sort of flashing to work on Cricket Wireless. It's been a while since I've had an active Cricket account, but when I got the ZTE Source for $80 it gave me the chance to revisit the Cricket SIM Card.
When Cricket first started getting LTE devices, I tested the SIM card in other devices. It would only give me the ME error and not connect to the network. However, with this phone it connected for talk, text and Internet. Go SMS was used for ...
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