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iOS 9 Bug Allows Bypass Lockscreen

Posted on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 in Mobile by Nick

Youtuber videosdebarraquito found a major bug in the new iOS 9. With his finding, a user can access a phone’s messages and photos while the phone is still ‘locked’ through Siri. To bypass the lock, just enter an incorrect passcode four times. After four attempts, enter three numbers and hold down the home button to bring up […]

Saving Snapchat Snaps and Stories on Android

Posted on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2015 in Mobile by Nick

Sometimes you get that one Snap or Story on Snapchat that you wish you could have saved. By following this guide and having a rooted Android phone, now you can. Root your phone For any of this to work, your Android phone must be rooted. If it is not rooted, check out Android Central to see […]

Simple Song Downloader, from the makers of Newb Wired

Posted on Monday, December 29th, 2014 in Mobile by Nick

Having switched from an iPhone 5 to a Droid Turbo (iOS back to Android), I found myself in need of a music downloader, as I had some music missing in the transfer of all the data to my Droid Turbo. In the search of a music downloader, I was greeted by tons of advertisements, hard […]

Top iOS7 Jailbreak Tweaks So Far

Posted on Thursday, January 16th, 2014 in Mobile by Nick

With the recent release of a proper, untethered jailbreak for iOS 7, the mad rush for the best jailbreak tweaks is on. Below are a few tweaks that I found that were great.   CCControls Basically everything you want to do with the Control Center can be made true with CCCControls. It can theme, change […]

MiniCiv, 3D Strategy game coming to Android

Posted on Thursday, December 5th, 2013 in Mobile by Nick

Android finally might be getting the strategy game it deserves with MiniCiv, a 4X strategy game aiming to be feature-full and bring the PC experience on the go. It is being developed by Andy Robbins, a small developer from Australia, and funded through Kickstarter. Though the game resembles Sid Meier’s Civilization with its name and […]

Verizon Users, your call records are being recorded

Posted on Thursday, June 6th, 2013 in Culture, Mobile by Nick

Hey Verizon users, all your calls are being logged and given to the government. In a court order, that prohibits Verizon from discussing its existence, issued by Judge Roger Vinson of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, Verizon must “on an ongoing daily basis” give the National Security Agency “call detail records”. The order has been issued under Section 215 […]

Press Reader, the newspaper on the go

Posted on Friday, February 15th, 2013 in Mobile by Nick

Every morning sitting at the end of my driveway is the local newspaper. Every morning I read it, but I leave it at home instead of taking it along with me throughout the day. The newspaper is just to bulky, messy, and frankly using my iPhone to read news is much easier. However, Press Reader, […]

Google Maps App Reportedly Coming to iOS Tonight

Posted on Thursday, December 13th, 2012 in Mobile by Felica Grenda

[taken from ign.com] ” Google will reportedly release a Google Maps app for iOS tonight. According to All Things D, “sources familiar with the matter” say the standalone map app is finally set to return, replacing the version removed from the latest version of Apple’s operating system. Previous versions of iOS included the Google Maps app by […]

Tethering apps no longer blocked on Verizon

Posted on Tuesday, July 31st, 2012 in Mobile by Nick

The FCC has told Verizon Wireless in a settlement that they can no longer block tethering apps from the Android marketplace. Verizon will pay the FCC $1.25 million as part of the settlement and customers on tiered data plans can not be charged (unlimited can). The FCC came to this decision because Verizon purchased spectrum in […]

Jelly Bean update stops Air Push

Posted on Thursday, June 28th, 2012 in Mobile by Nick

We all know Air Push, and odds are you hate it. In the newest Android update, Jelly Bean, notifications can now be traced back to the app by long pressing it. Using that method, you can see what app is pushing the Air Push adds and promptly uninstall it. Thanks to user Flawd for the tip