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What to do Before Rooting Your Android Device

Usually here on Android Junkies we like to keep our guides pretty newbie friendly. However, there are quite often times when we simply forget to mention some basic things which can be a bit confusing to someone who is new to this. Now, we all know that there are a lot of things we can do after rooting our phones ...

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What to do after Rooting your Device?

One of the many questions we get is what to do after rooting a device? Most users expect root to be this magical solution to all the problems on their device, which is not the case at all. Root is just access to almost all the features of your firmware and the ability to change anything on your device. Of ...

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Apple finally admitting defeat to Android?

For those of you who are unaware, Apple announced and revealed their next generation flagships yesterday which quite understandably made Android users go, “So, what’s new?” Like always the iPhones also disappointed many Apple users alike as the OEM not only failed to introduce any new features that aren’t already available in the market but in a way it was ...

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Ubi Interactive’s app can turn any surface into a touch screen

Well we here at Android Junkies do love tech and when it comes to futuristic technologies, it doesn’t really matter which brand introduces it first as usually others will soon follow suite so in commemoration of that fact, we would like to direct your attention towards the latest app for Windows that has been introduced by UBI Interactive after years ...

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Apple Developers Center Hacked – Our Thoughts

I don’t know how many times I have heard the argument, “I prefer Apple over Android because it is more secure.” After this statement it’s just a downward spiral of Play Store bashing and how people can potentially be able to download malicious software from it and damage their smart phones in the process. Apparently, the one key thing people ...

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How to spot fake apps (basic lessons) after the BBM fiasco

It wasn’t long ago when Blackberry announced that their Messenger app will soon be available for the Play Store and the App Store and provide cross platform services. Though they didn’t really set a release date for the product, a new app called Blackberry Messenger was spotted in the Play Store and managed to receive more than 100k downloads before ...

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Google Glass Team backs off from Facial Recognition apps

There recently has been a lot of controversy surrounding Google Glass and the facial recognition software that it might run. The project in question was started by Lambda Labs earlier this week but due to the controversy and privacy concerns Google Glass team  announced in a Google+ post that they will back away from facial recognition technology on the glasses. ...

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Google thinking of adding more security to user accounts

With the increase in the amount of smart phone users all over the world and their need to stay connected to the internet 24/7, account security has become an ever pressing issue for many major email and internet account providers. It is no wonder that a company like Google is thinking of completely revamping their security system all over again ...

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