Feature Posts on Guiding Tech

Features on Guiding Tech are the posts that showcase a special trick, guide, list.. anything that deserves a special mention. This page lists all those posts. Check them out.

3 Quick Tips to Fix the Delayed Notification on Android

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One thing I like about iOS is the instant notifications you get from every app. It doesn’t matter if the phone is in use or sleeping in your pocket, you will always get app notifications almost immediately. But the same is not the case for many Android users. They complain that they don’t get notifications […]

5 Reasons Why You Ditch Facebook’s Bloated and Slow Official iOS App for Friendly for Facebook

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The Facebook app is the devil. And we’re not even going acknowledge Facebook itself. Let’s just focus on the app. A friend of mine who owns the latest iPhone 6 asked me if there’s a Facebook Lite app for iPhone (Facebook released it only for Android). The Facebook app is infamous for draining your battery, […]

How to Create a Custom ISO of Windows 10

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Recently Microsoft released a new build of Windows 10 (build 10041) with many new features and stability improvements. For all those early adopters and also those who want to switch to it in near future, today I show you how to create a custom ISO of Windows 10. This process will automate some steps of […]

9 Amazing ES File Explorer Features That Can Replace Other Android Apps

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A great way to spot an Android geek is to see if they have ES File Explorer installed. According to Google Play Store stats, apparently there are more than 50 million of them out there. Which is great. But I have a feeling that not all of them are aware of the awesome power of […]

3 Android Multiplayer Games You Can Play on the Same Device

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There are many online multiplayer games available for Android. You can just hook up your phone to the internet and play a plethora of games with millions of online players. Two of my personal favorites are QuizUp and Brain Wars. These games are fun to play when you are alone, but what if you have […]

How to Root OnePlus One Running KitKat (Unlock Bootloader and Install Custom Recovery)

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The OnePlus One is a pretty awesome phone. Especially after the Nexus 6 turned out to be an overpriced monster. And now, it’s also relatively easy to acquire. There’s an open sale every week and invites are easier to get. I like to say that OnePlus One is the new Nexus. It’s a mid-range phone with […]

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: How to Use the Edges Like a Pro

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When I first heard that Samsung was showcasing a phone with touchscreen edges, my reaction was somewhere between “A what??” and “No. Just no.” How could a screen that extends along the sides of your phone be practical, and moreover, why would that increase convenience or productivity at all? Sounded rather gimmicky to me. But then I saw […]

How to Securely Wipe Your Android Phone Before Selling It

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So you’re buying a new Android phone. That’s great. Congratulations. But what are you going to do with the old one now? Sell it, probably. Or hand it down to a family member or a friend. Either way, you’re going to need to make sure no personal data makes the transition. You’ll need to wipe the […]

Top 7 Tips and Tricks for Customizing Cyanogen OS 11S on OnePlus One

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One of the best things about OnePlus One is the software that comes with it – Cyanogen OS 11S (based on Android KitKat 4.4). For the uninitiated, Cyanogen OS (which is the commercial version of CyanogenMod) is a third party custom ROM for Android. OnePlus One is one of the first devices to bundle it as […]

Flud vs tTorrent vs uTorrent: Which Is the Easiest Torrent Downloader for Android?

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If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve got a monster in your pants. I mean your pants pocket. We’re all moving around carrying what can only be described as miniature computers. They have RAM in GBs, bus speed that rivals that of desktop computers and 5.5 inch screens with resolution higher than the 15.6 inch […]

Top 3 Download Managers for Mac (and Why You Need Them)

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I know we’re far off from the days of dial-up where downloading a single document would take hours and you’d pray the connection didn’t time out or that your dad wasn’t expecting an important call. These days are much better. Broadband speeds are stable. With 3G and 4G, even wireless speeds are pretty great. But of […]

Xiaomi Redmi 2 Review: A Showstopper for Budget Smartphones

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Xiaomi has become one of the most talked about smartphone brands in India. For those who thought of it as yet another cheap Chinese company, Xiaomi has proved them wrong time and again with devices like Mi3, Redmi Note 4G, and the Mi 4. The company really knows that we love to get the best […]

How to Install TN-X on Your Hacked PS Vita for Perfect PS1 Emulation

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In past entries, we explained how to hack your PS Vita in order to run TN-V, a PSP emulated firmware that allows to play your PSP game backups, install emulators for other consoles, and more. This time, we’ll show you how to install and run a PS1 emulator that provides perfect emulation of most PS1 titles. […]

8 Reasons Why EverythingMe Is the Simplest Yet Most Powerful Android Launcher

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I honestly think that Android launchers are made to be a bigger deal than they should be. Sometimes I wish it was like iOS’s Springboard. Just one, awesome, well thought-out way of getting around. But of course, that’s not possible in Android. Android is messy. There’s always too much going on. And where there’s a mess, […]

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