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Jul/18

Android To iOS Software

Overview I switched from Android to iOS and listed what I feel are comparable apps between the 2 with any notes about them. I am predominantly Android so there will be bias towards that platform. Tasker – Workflow Tasker is … Continue reading

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Mar/18

4 Android Phones In 4 Months

Overview Over the last few months, I’ve had issues with the Pixel 2 line of phones which has led to a combination of replacement and changing devices back and forth all on Android devices. It is a true test of … Continue reading

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Aug/16

Off-Site Data Backup Part 1

Overview So many things are stored digitally nowadays from messages to photos but how many of them are irreplaceable? I fear for losing my data from past experience but even more so now that I have a child. Thankfully my … Continue reading

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May/16

Android To iPhone: 6 Months Later

Overview It’s been at least 6 months since I switched from Android to iOS cold turkey. I still have and use an Android tablet running Marshmallow so I do swap between the two platforms on a daily basis although I … Continue reading

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Dec/15

Switching From Android To iPhone 6s

Overview Technically the title should read iOS instead of iPhone but hey ho. It has been a long time since I have used an iPhone full time however I made the switch mainly because of the ever increasing physical size … Continue reading

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Jun/15

DSLR Photo Management On The Go

Overview Keeping a large stack of photos on a memory card is always a scary thing in case the memory card goes back. People have created a workaround but using more (and usually smaller) cards to mitigate against the risk. … Continue reading

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Mar/15

Communal USB Charge Point

Overview I’m an Android user and have converted everyone in the house hold to be the same. As a convenience thing I decided to use one of the spare wall socket to USB plugs and put a micro USB cable … Continue reading

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Feb/15

Flashing Nexus 7 2013 4.4 to Android 5.0 Lollipop

Overview Flashing a new OS onto a tablet requires a computer and and USB cable so it doesn’t require a lot. All the stock images from Google are freely available to download. This is provided as a guide only and … Continue reading