Tuesday, April 18, 2017

How To Install Android OS On Your Desktop Computer

Here's an easy way that you can install Android OS on your desktop computer and run it just like you would on a phone or tablet. After you install the operating system on a USB flash drive, you won't have to create a new partition or uninstall the operating system again. Before you get started, make certain your USB flash drive has at least 256 megabytes of memory space available on it. And, don't forget to remove any files on the device that you want to keep. You can either save your files on another external storage device, or your hard drive.


Step 1:

Connect your USB flash drive to a USB port on your desktop computer. Launch your Web browser. Type the URL address "android-x86.org/download” in the search field. Click the “Search” button when you are done.

Step 2:

Scroll down the Web page until you see the “StableRelease” section. Click the “View” hyperlink under the file name “android-x86-1.6-r2.iiso” and then press the “OK” button.

Step 3:

Return back to your browser and type the URL address “unetbootin.sourceforge.net/” in the the search field. Click the “Search” button. Click the “Download (for Windows)” button. Press the “Save File” button after the pop up box appears on your computer monitor display screen.

Step 4:

Go to your desktop and double-click on the “Unetbootin” icon to run the file. Click the radio button next to “Diskimage” and then click the “… “ button. Select the name of the Android ISO file that you previously downloaded on your desktop computer. Click on the drop-down menu arrow next to “Type” and select the option “USB Drive.” Then click the drop-down menu arrow next to “Drive” and select the drive letter for the USB flash drive. Press the “OK” button when you are done.

Step 5:

Wait for “Unetbootin” to finish copying all of its files to the USB flash drive. Click the “Reboot” button to restart your computer from the USB flash drive. In some cases, you may have to change the boot sequence order in your BIOS, if your computer doesn't automatically boot from the USB flash drive.

Step 6:

Press the “F2”, “F10”, or “Delete” key on your keyboard to enter BIOS. Follow the onscreen instructions and use the appropriate keys to navigate through your BIOS. Change the boot sequence, so the USB flash drive boots first and then your hard drive. When you're done making your changes, press the “ESC” to save your settings and exit BIOS. Your computer will automatically restart and boot from the USB flash drive.

Step 7:

Select the option “Live CD - Run Android-x86 without installation” to load Android OS. In a few moments, Android's desktop interface will appear on your computer monitor display screen. Select an application from the “Home” screen. Or, you can open the menu and select another option that you want to use.

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Monday, November 28, 2016

Use This Android KitKat 4.4 Security Feature to Prevent Someone From Using Your Accounts

If you're still using Android KitKat 4.4 on your phone and other wireless devices, please don't overlook this cool security feature. Use this simple trick to keep prying eyes from hacking into your accounts and protect your data. First, goto "Settings" on your device, and then "Security." Look for the option that says, "Encrypt Your Phone." When you enable this feature, the data that you have stored on your Android KitKat 4.4 devices, will no longer be stored as-is, and will need to be decoded before you can use your data again.

After you enable the feature on your device, it may take a little while for your data to be encrypted. You will also have to set up a passcode or password to unlock your data. So, be sure to save your passcode or password in a safe place, you will need it to unlock your Android device. Otherwise, your data is gone, and you won't be able to retrieve it again. Additionally, if you accidentally lose your Android device, you can remotely wipe the data.

Let's say, you have a Google Gmail account already set up, and you took the necessary steps to turn on "Remotely Locate This Device" and "Allow Remote Lock And Factory Reset" in your Google Settings your device. Then, all you have to do is use another Android wireless device or a computer/laptop to access "Android Device Manager" (http://bit.ly/1cWOzht). After you log in using your Google Gmail login information, you can remotely change your lockscreen password (if you already have one set up on your missing device), ring or wipe the data.

Thursday, November 10, 2016

Black Friday 2016 Best Deals App Helps You Save A Bundle

During the holiday season, I enjoy finding secret online deals and discounts that other shoppers haven't noticed. With Black Friday approaching soon, major retailers are gleefully waiting for anxious crowds of holiday shoppers to stampede their stores. Frankly, I find it much easier, and relaxing shopping online from the comfort of my home. And, I get a kick out of watching my friends expressions, after I tell them how much money I saved on doorbuster prices, and flash sales.

You can too, when you download the Black Friday 2016 Best Deals app on your phone from the Google Play Store. This amazing app helps you keep track of the latest news about Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, ad leaks, doorbuster prices, flash sales and circulars. You can use the app to help you avoid waiting in long lines at stores with the least profitable savings. I enjoy using the Black Friday 2016 Best Deals app, because I can customize my shopping list to include all the items that I am interested in buying.

After you download the app, I recommend using it to browse top online retailers, like Amazon, Walmart, Target, Best Buy and Newegg for the best deals and discounts. The app lists about 73 retail stores and all of their Black Friday deals. So, be sure to check out "Amazon Countdown to Black Friday Deals." The website will feature a list of new items every day until its Black Friday week.

Simply, click on a category that you want to browse. For instance, if you're interested in purchasing Dell electronics, tap on the image to be redirected to their Black Friday discounts and deals. Also, don't forget to look for coupon codes that can help you save even more money on your holiday purchases. Watch out for freebies too. Last year, retailers enticed shoppers with everything from gift cards to movie tickets for two.

To give you a head start on your shopping, major retailers like Target, will offer some of its Black Friday deals on its website starting on Wednesday, November 23rd. On Thanksgiving morning, you can shop all of Target's Black Friday deals online with free shipping. The retailer's in-store event begins on Thanksgiving Day at 6 p.m

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Sunday, October 16, 2016

5 Cloud-Free Android Apps You Should Be Using for Easy File Transfers

If you don't want to deal with transferring your personal data via Cloud storage, then check out these 5 Cloud-free apps that you can use to share your files. Fortunately, you have several options available that you can choose from. So, instead of trying to use old file transfer methods, like using USB cables to connect to a PC, and then trying to figure how to exchange your files between two mobile devices, test run these apps instead. Then choose one that you feel comfortable using to share your files with your friends, family and co-workers.

Zapya - users can now say, "Goodbye Bluetooth" because this app shares files locally, using wireless networks to connect devices. Receiving and sending files is really fast too. When you use the app over a smartphone, you're able send/receive several MB per second. However, both your devices must have the app installed, and connected to the same wireless network. The app also has three main screens. Play Game, Send File and View History. When a connection is established, users can exchange messages, files and apps easily. You can also use the app over iOS and Windows devices too.

4 Share Apps - enables you to share or receive files between Android devices. You can send unlimited file sizes, regardless of the type of file you want to transfer and share. The app allows you to easily copy, move, rename, delete, upload and download any files from your account. Simply, create a user account at 4shared.com on your smartphone or tablet. Then, go ahead and send your photos, videos, music, installed apps and other file types to anyone, whenever and wherever you are.

Xender - this app works across any platform and not just Android. Simply, scan a QR code to establish a connection on another mobile device Or open the provided URL to connect via the projected hotspot. After you establish a connection between multiple devices, you can send files with a tap.

BitTorrent Shoot - allows you to share and send your files quickly from one mobile device to another. When you select the files that you want to share, the app displays a QR code that you can scan using another device to receive the file. This initiates a peer-to-peer data transfer, which lets you send big files without uploading them to the Interne.

SuperBeam - is another app that allows you to send files using QR codes.  You also have the option to tap two devices together to connect via NFC. The Pro version allows you to manually share a key. Both methods enables you to share your files using a Wi-Fi Direct connection.

You can download all of the aforementioned apps from the Google Play Store free. However, you must have a Gmail account set up, before you can download the apps on your smartphone or tablet.

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Kindle Users: Quick and Easy Tips On How To Add Photos To Your Kindle

If you use the Amazon Kindle I or II Tablet, you can add your own images on your device. Okay, here's what you need to do to get started. Simply, follow these quick tips to add your personal images to your Kindle. Keep in mind, the bookplate screensavers size should be 800 x 600 pixels. And the inside book images maximum size is 550 x 450 pixels. Your images should be no larger than 64KB. Also, don't forget to convert your color images into greyscale, and save them as GIF or JPG image files.

Step 1:

Connect the USB cord that came with your Kindle Tablet, into an open USB port on your computer. Double-click “Computer” on your desktop and look for a new drive called “Kindle” under “Devices under Removable Storage.” Click on the name of the drive and select the “New Folder” option from the menu bar.

Step 2:

Rename the folder “pictures” and create a subfolder under it and name the new folder “screensavers.” Make certain that you use lowercase letters when naming the folders. Copy all of the image files that you want to use to the “screensavers” folder. Unplug your Kindle Tablet from your computer.

Step 3:

Go to the “Home” menu on your Kindle Tablet and press “Alt” + “Z” keys to create a new book called “screensavers.” Open the file and check to see if all of your images were transferred. Use the “prev. page” and “next page” buttons to preview your images.

Step 4:

Look for the battery indicator and menu prompt at the bottom of the display screen. Press the “Alt” + “F” keys to enter “Full Screen” mode. While you are viewing an image, press the keys, “Alt” + “SHIFT” + “0” (the number zero). In a few seconds, you will see a messages that says, your image has been exported as screensaver. Click on the message box to close it.

Step 5:

Continue navigating through your images and repeating the above step to export your images as screensavers. After you have all of your images loaded on the ebook reader, test them by entering “Sleep” mode.

Step 6:

Press the “Alt” + “aA” keys to put the ebook reader into sleep mode. Each time the Kindle Tablet goes goes to sleep and wakes up again, a different image will be displayed on the screen. To wake up the ebook reader, press the same key combinations again.


Edit your color images by converting them to greyscale, or black and white. Use the high-contrast feature on your graphical image program to boost the resolution on each image.

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Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Affiliate Marketers: Earn An Extra $2,500 USD in Your Pocket Every Month

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