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Monday, September 22, 2014

How to Display Owner Information on the Lock Screen on Your Android Phone


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If you lose your Android device, it’s not likely you’ll get it back. However, there are some kind souls out there who will try to return it, but if the device is locked, they won’t know how to reach you.
You can easily display your contact information on the lock screen, someone who finds your device can contact you to return it. We’ll show you how using a Google Nexus 7 as an example.

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Jumpshare is a Super Easy Way to Share Files Online


These days, you can share files using all of the different cloud storage providers like Dropbox and OneDrive, but if all you want is a super easy way to share files with people, Jumpshare might be worth a look.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

How to Add Websites to the Home Screen on Any Smartphone or Tablet


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Your smartphone or tablet’s home screen isn’t just for apps. Whatever platfgorm you’re using, you can pin your favorite websites to your home screen so you can quickly access them.
Some platforms offer bonus features. For example, Chrome for Android opens these websites in their own windows with no browser interface, while Windows 8 and Windows Phone offer live tile updates on some websites.

Friday, September 5, 2014

How to Securely Transfer Files to Someone Else with SFTP


Data is transferred in cleartext, making it unsuitable for confidential file transfers.  In this guide we’ll go over the secure version of FTP – SFTP, and why it makes for an excellent way of transferring files to other people across the internet.

How to Close/Stop a Running App on an Android Device


Android apps don’t actually stop running when you return to the Home screen or switch to another app. There is no real need to exit an app unless it is misbehaving or you want to uninstall it. Then, you can “force stop” an app.
Forcing an app to stop is easy using the Settings in the Android system. We will show you how to force stop an app on a Nexus 7 (a stock Android system) and on a Samsung Galaxy S4 (a slightly modified Android system) as examples.

How to Get Your Android Device to Show up in File Explorer (If It Isn’t)


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We love using our Android phones and tablets to listen to tunes and watch videos, but in order to get those files on your device, sometimes you have to transfer them over from your laptop or desktop PC. When things work right, it’s great, but it can be frustrating if your device stops appearing in File Explorer.

Monday, September 1, 2014

How to Create a Strong Password (and Remember It)

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“Be sure to use a strong password” is advice we all constantly see online. Here’s how to create a strong password — and, more importantly, how to actually remember it.
Using a password manager helps here, as it can create strong passwords and remember them for you. But, even if you use a password manager, you’ll at least need to create and a remember a password for your password manager.

How to Create a Password Protected Folder without any Extra Software

There are a lot of methods that you can use to create a password protected folder, most of which require the use of some third party software. Using this neat method you can hide your folders with a quick batch script.
It’s important to note that this will not actually conceal your data from somebody who knows what they are doing.

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