Posts tagged with: tutorial
  • by | May 9, 2013 8:01 AM

    About this time last year, we shot a video called How To Take Great Photos with the Samsung Galaxy S III. It's very much an artifact of yesteryear, with a fifty-second intro, hazy interlacing, and one the worst haircuts in my personal history, but people seemed to enjoy it. So much so that when the Galaxy S III's successor dropped just a few weeks back, we followed up our full review with a similar tutorial on its 13-MP camera titled Galaxy S 4 Camera: Everything You Need To Know. The comments on the latter video convinced us that, even though we're now quite a few weeks past its review ...

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  • by | May 2, 2013 7:36 AM

    "This barbecue grill has seventy bazillion BTUs; you better learn to work it." "This car engine has forty-two million horsepower. You better learn to park it." "Your smartphone camera has 13 megapixels and a hundred features and settings; you better learn to use it." Those first two examples may have some figures skewed, but the third sentence applies almost perfectly to the camera on the Samsung Galaxy S 4. It's not the first 13MP smartphone shooter we've come across, but it's definitely the one that offers the most features. Without knowing how to use it, though, it's just another hunk ...

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  • by | February 13, 2013 7:29 AM

    After almost a solid year of keeping its customers waiting, it looks like Samsung is finally gearing up for a North American release of the wireless charging product it promised way back at the Galaxy S III announcement. That's a good thing, and we're eagerly awaiting some hands-on time with the official inductive-charging pad ... but we're not exactly the patient sort. Fortunately, the popularity of the Galaxy S III, combined with an abundance of old Palm charging accessories, means a wide array of mods are available that allow users to bring inductive charging to their Samsung ...

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  • by | July 4, 2012 7:58 AM

    You've seen us showing off Android 4.1 our our phones, but how did we do it? And how can you get Jelly Bean on your phone? Hit play and we'll show you! Prerequisites First off, this tutorial is specific to the GSM version of the Galaxy Nexus, though similar instructions will apply for flashing the Jelly Bean image (but not the radio) onto the Verizon and Sprint versions of the phone. Also, if you haven't rooted your phone already you may want to hold off for the official OTA update, which shouldn't be very long (probably mid-July or early August). For the rest of you, you'll want to have ...

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