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Google has a new web app that makes flashing updates easier than ever

All you need is a browser and a Pixel.

What you need to know Google has just made it easy for developers to try out the newest Android builds on their phones with the new Android Flash Tool. It runs with a simple web-app in Chrome on all desktop platforms. You’ll need a Pixel 2 or later to take advantage of this.

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How to fix a flashing white PlayStation 4 controller

When your PlayStation or peripherals do things you have never seen, it’s understandable you would get worried. The DualShock controller light doesn’t usually flash white, and when it does, it doesn’t work correctly, so we made a guide to take you through the process of fixing it. Don’t worry, most of the time it’s a pretty easy fix.

Products used in this guide Replace problem cables: AmazonBasics PlayStation 4 Controller Charging Cable ($ 12 at Amazon)

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Manually flashing the Nougat beta for Galaxy S7? Here’s what you need to know

Right now you can only download an old beta version of Nougat for the GS7 — and unless you’re in the beta program, you won’t be able to get OTAs.

With the arrival of Android 7.0 Nougat in beta form for the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, many GS7 owners are eager to try out the new software, and with it the updated Samsung Experience 8. After all, there’s a lot of great new stuff to  [Read More…]

Go Time! Episode 12: The perpetually flashing light

Episode 12 of Go Time is here!

Jen, Erin and Russell are back for another week of Pokemon shenanigans. Russell managed to get his hands on a Pokemon Go Plus after a pretty epic hunt, so we have the details on this awesome new accessory. This includes how it works, and whether it’s worth it to find one for your Pokehunts. We also talk about Halloween Team Rocket costumes, and some new information about Pokemon IV.

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OnePlus One now has an official alpha Lollipop ROM ready for flashing

OnePlus One owners who live on the edge can get an official alpha release of the smartphone’s Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM to install on their smartphone, provided they’re willing to put up with a few bugs.