Day: September 5, 2020

Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition Specifications, Render Leaked Ahead of Rumoured Launch

Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition is said to be in the works, and leaks surrounding the handset have been aplenty. A new leak suggests the phone will unveiled towards the end of September or beginning of October. Key specifications and renders of the phone have also surfaced online ahead of this probable launch, leaving very little to the imagination. Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition is expected to come in 5G and 4G versions, with the former integrating Snapdragon 865 SoC, while the latter being powered by the Exynos 990 SoC. It is tipped to have a triple camera setup with a 12-megapixel main camera. The phone may also be called the Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite at launch.

Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition design and specifications (expected)

WinFuture has shared multiple alleged renders of the Samsung Galaxy S20 Fan Edition aka Samsung Galaxy S20 Lite. This phone will reportedly sit

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How to access the Android Battery Usage tool

Not getting the most out of your Android battery life? Jack Wallen show you how you can squeeze a bit more juice from that device.

When I first used Android, back in the 1.x days, battery life was abysmal. You were lucky to get four hours out of a full charge. This wasn’t just frustrating, at times it was a complete deal-breaker. Over the years, Android battery life has come a long, long way. Now, I can go an entire day and still have juice left. 

That doesn’t mean, however, I always get a full day’s use out of a single charge, or that I can squeeze even a bit of extra juice from that battery. How is that possible? With the help of the Battery Usage tool, you can not only find out what’s gobbling up your battery, but you can force stop those guilty apps and even add

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How to move Google Authenticator from one iPhone or Android device to another

If you migrated to a different iPhone or Android device and need to transfer Google Authenticator to the new hardware, follow these steps.

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Two-step authentication is a must for all Google users. If you have not enabled two-step authentication, your Google account is at a much higher risk of being hacked; if you have enabled the service, you’re familiar with Google Authenticator. This app is used to generate keys that serve in the second step of the authentication process for any Google app or service. You install the app on your phone, and that device generates the necessary codes for two-step authentication.

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But what happens if you lose your phone or upgrade to a new device? You install the Google Authenticator on the new device and continue on… right? Wrong. There are specific steps you must take; otherwise, the

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