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How to Connect DJI Go app to Phantom 4 on Android! 0

How to Connect DJI Go app to Phantom 4 on Android!

If you just bought the new DJI Phantom 4, you will want to connect it to your Android smartphone or tablet.  But if you don’t enable USB debugging and also change the connection mode, the DJI Go app may not recognize your Android device.

To do this, it’s very simple, go into Settings->About Phone or Settings->About Phone->Software info and tap on the “Build number” 5 times until it says, “You have enabled developer options”.

How to Use SSH on Android! 1

How to Use SSH on Android!

If you are a webmaster like myself, you probably eat SSH for breakfast to login to your web server on a daily basis.  Although I use Chrome browser SSH app when I am on my laptop or desktop, there are times when I need immediate access to my servers straight from my Android smartphone.

Now for using SSH, I have used many different apps but the one I ended up using is the JuiceSSH app, available on the Play Store.

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How to Install Android N Preview on Nexus 6P/5X/6/9!

For those of you who want to try out the latest Android N Preview, here’s how to do it easily.  This will work on all Nexus devices but as of today, Android N Preview is only available for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, and Nexus 9.

Before we begin, please BACKUP EVERYTHING as you may lose all your data when installing the firmware!!!

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Top 50 Galaxy Note 5 & Galaxy S6 Edge Plus Tips and Tricks!

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There is no doubt that both Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus are one of the best phones of the year 2015.   If you have one of these super phones, this article will show you all the useful tips and tricks of these two amazing phones from Samsung, so let’s get started!

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How To Use Menu Button On Galaxy Note 5!

The article title might sound weird a little bit, but many Galaxy Note 5 users have found themselves a little problem in finding the “Menu button”.

As we all know, Samsung has changed the way the “left button” works on Galaxy S5, they replaced its (primary) function from “menu button” to the “recent apps button”. They did the same on Galaxy S6/S6 Edge, Note4/Note Edge, but on all those phones you could still use the left button as a “Menu button” by tapping and holding on the same left button, unfortunately that’s not the case on Note 5, in this super short and easy guide we’ll show you how to do that on your Note 5.