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Here’s how to get the LG V30 camera app on the LG G6

The recently launched LG V30 is arguably positioned towards power users that like a bit more control of aspects of the smartphone. One of those features that users prefer to be able to control manually is the camera, and LG recognizes that so have loaded up the LG V30 with an app that offers better […]

LG is giving away three V30s, here’s how to win one

A few days ago LG unveiled its latest flagship product, the LG V30 during a press event at IFA 2017 in Berlin. The handset is one of the best looking phones LG ever produced to date and it comes packed with an impressive host of features. AndroidGuys Ten for Ten Giveaways: Celebrating ten years of […]

Hurricane Harvey: Here’s how you can help those affected

The resources to learn about Hurricane Harvey and help those affected.

It’s clear that what’s happening in Texas, and Houston specifically, is going to take months, if not years, to resolve itself. The waters keep rising in America’s fourth-largest city, and people are getting displaced.

Google has taken it upon itself to create a number of resources that users both within Texas and outside the state can use to track the storm, find shelter, and donate money.  [Read More…]

Here’s what the Galaxy Note 8 means for your VR experience

A new Galaxy Note means more power for VR users, but it also means a tiny sacrifice.

Samsung has made the Galaxy Note 8 officially official, and that means there are at least a couple of folks out there wondering what upgrading to this new phone means for your existing experiences. If you have a Galaxy S7, is this the big upgrade you’ve been hoping for? Our friends at Android Central have been breaking down all of  [Read More…]

Here’s why sideloading apps is safer with Android O

Sideloading apps is safer than ever with Android O.

Android has always had a default restriction on installing apps that didn’t come from a first party app store. Apps from Google Play or a manufacturer’s store like Samsung Apps are deemed to be more trustworthy and safe, so they are considered first party app stores, but apps you downloaded from the internet or from another marketplace are not. While the setting was easily disabled, this was the first line  [Read More…]

Here’s what we’re reading, watching, and listening to this week

How we’re spending our leisure time.

Everyone has a bit of quiet downtime once in a while. Whether you’re sitting quietly at home or trying to relax on a plane or just giving your busy mind and hands a break, it’s important to relax.

A good way to do that is to read a book, listen to some music or watch a movie or show. See what’s caught our attention recently!

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Want to save $200 on a Google Pixel and get a free Daydream View VR headset? Here’s how

The “Pixel, phone by Google” has undeniably been one of the best phones of the last 12 months. The unbelievably smooth user experience is backed up by super fast software updates, the best camera on the market, and amazing battery life. With rumors surfacing about the next generation of Pixel devices, it’s getting harder and […]

Here’s what is coming to the Gear VR in August!

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The biggest mobile VR library is getting a lot bigger this month! Oculus is planning a big surprise party for the Gear VR near the end of the month, with a bunch of games launching with support for the new Controller! Adding a special Controller you can see from inside the headset is going to be a lot of fun, but it’s far from the only thing coming to the  [Read More…]

Here’s everywhere you can pick up a Merge Cube today

The best AR experience everyone can afford is now available!

The folks at Merge have been making waves in the VR world for quite a while with the unique and colorful Merge VR/AR Googles, but this new accessory is going to really take off quick. Merge Cube, the so-called “hologram you hold in your hand” is now finally available to purchase. Merge announced this fantastic little foam cube back in January, and has spent the time in-between  [Read More…]

Here’s why some OnePlus 5s rebooted when calling 911, and how OnePlus fixed it

This is what you’d call a ‘showstopper’ bug … if you actually find it.

OnePlus has offered up more information on the worrisome bug found by some OnePlus 5 owners that would reboot the phone when trying to place an emergency call. After some investigation, it turns out a confluence of issues combined to cause phones to sometimes reboot when calling over VoLTE to emergency numbers that supported OTDOA positioning information.

OTDOA, as you likely aren’t aware,  [Read More…]