1. Review your last steps where did you leave your phone? 2. Call Inland Cellular and get your phone turned off so that no one can use it. When we do shut your phone off that means that no one can use it for Text messaging or Calling, however they can still access all of…

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  I decided to do a little digging here. It is possible to enable emojis on Android. I decided to test it out and it does work. The catch is needing a 3rd party keyboard. I personally use Google Keyboard and it works really well. The only downfall is that the emoji actually needs to…

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What’s the hardest thing about switching phones? Waiting a fortnight for all of your stuff to transfer! Samsung has addressed this issue and switching to a new Samsung phone is a breeze! Have a smartphone already that isn’t a Samsung Device? No Problem! Download Samsung Smart Switch Mobile from Google Play and boom! All you…

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The Search button on your device that looks like a little magnifying glass is very handy. It can be pressed almost anywhere to bring up a search function.

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On Android phones with HTC Sense, you can pinch the screen to bring up an overview of all the different homescreens, in order to quickly switch between them. You may also press the Home key when you have the main (middle) screen selected to display the overview. If you press the Home button while on…

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If you tap on a contact picture in the Messages or People / Contacts apps, a pop-up box will be displayed that offers quick links to certain actions: call, email, SMS, Google Talk, open contact, and find on map – depending on the data contained in the contact’s details. This tip also applies to the third-party…

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In long lists, like your contacts or all the songs in your music collection, flick the screen to scroll down and then tap the gray scroll bar that appears to the right to quickly go to a certain letter in the list. If you think it’s difficult to grab the just mentioned scroll bar, tap…

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When using the on-screen keyboard, instead of hitting “.” then space for a new sentence, you can just double tap on the space bar and it will do a full stop, space, and then capitalize the next letter. This method is much quicker.

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