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Android Geek Tips

The following is a complete list of our Android Geek Tips

Switching from one Android smartphone to another

I know that change is good, but sometimes I just fear it. Case in point is my smartphone. I really liked my original Droid; it was small enough to fit in my pocket and did everything I needed it to do. But it started to show its age and ...

Sync data between your PC and smartphone with CompanionLink

Like allot of people, I use Microsoft Outlook as a PIM (Personal Information Manager). And being in the computer repair industry, I need to keep all of my personal data (contacts, calendar, etc.) synchronized and up to date on both ...

Store, access and share your files on the cloud for free with Google Drive

Being in the computer repair business, I find myself going between my workstation, netbook and smartphone quite often. I need to be able to view / edit files on all of my devices and have the changes synchronize back. I'm ...

Play movies, read a book or listen to music from the cloud with Google Play

Last year Google introduced the Android Market for Android apps and later Google Music for streaming music. Recently Google added a couple of more products to their catalog and combined them with the Android Market and ...

Streaming music from the cloud for free with Google Music

Google recently introduced a new music service into their catalog of products called Google Music. With Google Music you can store all of your music to your account on Google's servers and stream it back to your favorite ...

Learn to build and deploy Android apps with the Google App Inventor book

Do you want to build an Android app and don't know where to start? Overwhelmed by all of the information on Google App Inventor? Then look no further than the Google App Inventor book by Ralph Roberts and Packt Publishing Ltd..

Run Android OS on your netbook, laptop or personal computer with Android-x86

With all of the talk nowadays about moving from personal computers to smartphones and tablets, I was wondering if I could have the best of both worlds. I wanted to know is if I could run a version of the Android OS on my ...

Create Android apps with Google App Inventor for Android

Have you ever had an idea for an Android app but didn't know how to go about creating it? Then Google App Inventor for Android may be just what you're looking for.

Calling on the cloud with Google Voice

If you haven't heard about Google Voice, let me be the first to tell you about it. Google Voice is a telephony service that can be used on any cellular phone and any carrier. Just a Gmail account is required.

Drafting on the cloud with AutoCAD WS

Long gone are the days of drafting tables. And with AutoCAD WS, drafting has just gone mobile. The concept of storing your drawing files on the cloud is not new, but the interface Autodesk has provided is. You can actually ...

Draw on your Android device with Autodesk SketchBook Mobile for Android

Autodesk recently introduced the Autodesk SketchBook Mobile for Android app It's a painting and drawing app with professional grade power and features to match. Along with streamlined drawing tools, it also provides ...

Get scanned with a QR Code

Recently, one of my clients asked me what the square barcode looking graphic was in the back window of my car. I told him that it was a Quick Response (QR) code for Geeks in Phoenix on Google Places. The blank look on ...

Play your music anywhere with the Amazon Cloud Player for Web and Android

The folks at Amazon are at it again. Amazon just introduced the Amazon Cloud Player for Web & Android. Using the Amazon Cloud Player for Web and Android, you can stream the music contained in your Amazon Cloud ...

Shop for Android apps with Amazon Appstore for Android

Amazon.com recently released it's latest Android application, the Amazon Appstore for Android. Along with Amazon's other free Android apps (Shopping, MP3, Kindle, IMDb Movies & TV and Audible) you can now ...

Google opens web based Android Market

The one thing I love about my Android based smartphone, is the availability of applications for it. And finding and installing Android applications just got easier. Google has recently opened a web based version ...

Android 2.2 (Froyo) OS Update

I got a notice on my Motorola Android phone the other day telling me that the Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) update was ready for download. I backed up my Android, disconnected the USB cord from my pc and started ...

Android Gallery 2.1 Force Close issue

I recently had an issue with the Gallery application on my Google Android 2.1. I would get an error message every time I started the Gallery app telling me "Sorry! The application Gallery (process com.collliris.media) has ...

Tether your Android's 3G to your pc with PdaNet

When I changed over to the Android, one of the functions I wanted was to use it's 3G data connection with my netbook. I found this great program from June Fabrics Technology called PdaNet. It allows you to tether your Android's 3G ...

Use DejaOffice to sync Outlook with your Android

In my recent change to the Google Android from a Palm, there were two main functions I required. The second one was to be able to synchronize my Android to Microsoft Outlook. I have been using Outlook as a PIM (Personal ...

Work with Office files on your Android with Documents To Go

In my recent change to the Google Android from a Palm, there were two main functions I required. The first one was the ability to create, edit and view Microsoft Office documents on the Android. I was please to see that ...

Synchronize files & folders between devices with SyncToy 2.1

I recently migrated to a Google Android and needed a program to sync files between it and my personal workstation. I had used SyncToy 2.0 from Microsoft on Windows XP (32-bit), so I decided to give ...

Migrating from a Palm TX to a Google Android

With the purchase of Palm by HP, I am reminded that the Palm Pilot is dead. For years I had been using a Palm Pilot, starting with a Vx, then a M505 and finally a TX. It was all of the applications available for the Palm OS platform ...

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