Tips and tricks 4 nexus 7
...Gallery in a ‘Screenshots’ folder. From there, you can share it on your various social networks or with other apps you already have installed.
2. Access Google Now on the Nexus 7
To access Google Now, press and hold the ‘Home’ button in the...
New technology volvo embraces
...App include the ability to style a Volvo S60, watch videos, read news, find a Volvo dealer and order a test drive. Volvo plans to launch more of these apps so this S60 app is the first of many to come.
David Holecek who is responsible for Volvo Cars’ digital strategy said, “Many customers use mobile phones and...
How to determine what is using battery power on a galaxy tab
...Samsung Galaxy Tab is smart enough to know which of its features use the most battery power. You can check it out for yourself:
At the Home screen, touch the Apps Menu icon button.
Choose About Tablet.
Choose Battery Use.
The number and variety of items listed...
Samsung galaxy tab: fix an app that suddenly stops
...Sometimes, apps that misbehave let you know. You see a warning on the Galaxy Tab screen announcing the app’s stubborn disposition. When that happens, touch the Force Close button to shut down the errant app.
How to reset the samsung galaxy tab to factory settings
...Factory Data Reset.
Touch the Reset Tablet button.
Touch the Erase Everything button to confirm.
All the information you’ve set or stored on the Samsung Galaxy Tab is purged. That includes apps you’ve downloaded, music, synchronized accounts, everything.
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Livio Internet Radio for Android - Promising but Ultimately Disappointing
When I got my +Livio Radio at a bargain price, I thought that I was a lucky fellow. Here was a unit that not only could connect my +Android phone's +Google Play Music and +Pandora Radio app to my auto's stereo but also one that had its own integrated access to podcasts and streaming radio via its own app. So when I unpacked the unit yesterday I had high hopes.
Those hopes have fallen way short of my expectations. The unit itself is a decent piece of hardware, though the power connector that plugs into my car's cigarette lighter 12-volt power doesn't always make a solid connection, overall the unit has a good look and feel and operates well. The main problem with the hardware is the functions to control which radio frequency is used to transmit an FM audio signal from the Livio unit to the car's FM radio. The same button that controls that function also controls the unit's volume output, and it's quite tricky to engage one function versus another. Other than that, it works as advertised.
The main problem is the Android app. It crashes constantly on my Samsung Galaxy Nexus phone running the Android Jelly Bean 4.0.3 release, and often fails to respond to touch screen input to access its settings menu. I have yet to get it to load a streaming podcast or any other input available via its Pro app without crashing, and the free version is no more stable for access to Google Play Music or Pandora. That said, when you've somehow breathed on it the right way and make sure not to over-crank the volume on the Bluetooth audio levels on your Android unit, it does send fairly high-quality sound to the car radio.
The main trick for all of these types of units is finding a radio frequency in your local area that does not already have a nearby radio station on it or a powerful radio station on an adjacent frequency. That's a tall order in the New York City area, as well as in many other metropolitan areas, but I did manage to find one that worked pretty well, with a minimum of interference from other radio signals. A pure Bluetooth interface would be a plus, but without spending big bucks on aftermarket audio equipment or a new car, a unit like a Livio can be a reasonable alternative.
However, "should" is the operative word here. The Livio Radio packaging is splattered with "made for iPhone and iPod" labels, so one assumes that when a vendor forces them to do good work, they manage. But with Android apps, it appears that Livio has made a poor effort at best to get their wares working with the latest and greatest Android devices. I'll continue to try to get the most out of the hardware while awaiting software improvements, but I definitely got what I paid for - a cheap unit with some usability issues that doesn't deliver quality apps performance.
|Date: Sep 17, 2012, 11:30 AM|
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Welcome to ZPlayer a Windows Phone 7 / Zune themed player, a better richer and more interactive media player.
Get album reviews, artist biographies, top tracks, playlists, related artists and podcasts (audio/video) all in one application.
+ Swiping the homescreen to the left/right shows the 'current playing' song and listening history.
+ To jump to the 'now playing' screen, use the volume controls to reveal the music controls, and then tap on the song name(in bold) or the artist name.
Now with more widgets, fast forward and rewind controls, headset controls home screen customization, equalizer, audio effects. You can start with your own media, and learn about other artists, other tracks and what other people are listening too. Pair this media player with a last fm account and submit likes, now playing status, and scrobble tracks.
The Application uses android framework Audio Effect API, this API was introduced since android 2.3. Therefore only devices that have at least Android version 2.3 will be able to take advantage of this feature.
if you use a third party equalizer that controls the output mix for all media playing on the device, disable it before using this application. This application needs to control its own audio effects.
* audio effects implemented include Equalizer, Bassboost and Virtualizer based on Android 2.3
What's in this version : (Updated : Dec 5, 2014)
Support for many screen sizes
Required Android O/S : 2.1+
|Date: Dec 8, 2014, 4:15 PM|
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|Date: Oct 28, 2014, 4:40 PM|
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