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Posts Tagged android

8 GB SD Card - Corrupted

Android SD Card Corrupted (HTC Sensation)

Having a corrupted SD card for your Android phone need not be the end of the world, but it might be the end of a couple of hours of your time! This isn’t a tutorial of any sort, but I hope it might help someone!

by Keiron on August 29th, 2012 | Mobile Phones | No Comments » |

Restoring WhatsApp Chat History – Android

New phone arrived, WhatsApp reinstalled, wait… Where are my messages? Having installed the WhatsApp app, I half expected all my old messages to just come down from “the cloud”, no such luck! It took me half an hour of googling to work out how to restore the WhatsApp Chat backups! So here it is for anyone else who’s interested…

by Keiron on November 3rd, 2011 | Mobile Phones | 34 Comments » |

Problems Syncing and Adding 2nd Google Account on Android

The last few days I’ve had real problems with my Google accounts on my Android phone! Most of this post will be of no interest to most of my readers – but I hope for some it solves a few problems!

by Keiron on July 6th, 2011 | Quick Posts | 5 Comments » |

Tethering Android Droid/Milestone without Root!

Two posts on the same day and both techie – don’t be put off, normal ranty service may well be resumed soon… I’ve used my Windows Mobile in the past as a tethered modem for my eee pc when out and about without WiFi, it’s not always been easy but has been handy to have around! I reinstalled my eee today, and was looking around for how I’m going to achieve this same functionality with the Milestone on Android, almost everything screamed “root your device” at me. I’m not a fan of rooting it for a lot of reasons the biggest being I don’t want to brick the device – so that’s a non-starter. Then I spotted a handy guide… Continue reading »

by Keiron on March 11th, 2010 | Linux, Mobile Phones | 3 Comments » |

50 Android Games!

via androidhd.blogspot.com Now I’ve got my nice shiny new Android phone, I’ve got it working nicely for business use, but you definitely need some games don’t you? This video features 50 for Android (and I was only complaining last night I hadn’t seen many games for it available!).

by Keiron on February 1st, 2010 | Quick Posts | No Comments » |