How to Enable or Disable NFC on your Windows Phone 8

As we advance forward in the age of developing technology, Windows OS based Phones have marked their presence in this transcending age of Smartphone market. Slowly and steadily as NFC transcends its way inculcating into Smartphones, we are treated to newer Smartphones that are bestowed with this functionality. Generally, most of the Windows Phone 8 devices have NFC. However, this currently is disabled by default. This tutorial will provide a guide to turn this feature on and then the user can utilize this process to send media files.
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How to Download Pictures from iPhone to Windows or Mac

Sometimes it may so happen that there is excessive accumulation of the photos on the device and it is a tedious task to feature dedicated space for other applications or new photos. Hence, the common approach is to transfer these photos onto the computer than residing them on your iPhone. This process is like child’s play and can be performed using proper instructions. The basic necessity is to connect the iPhone to the computer via USB cable. Traditionally, iTunes is used for facilitating the desired task. However, there also exist several other methods to perform the intended function of transferring photos to Windows or Mac PC. The instructions below exhibit a sequential procedure for the completion of the activity.
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Find the True Indentity of Unknown Callers using TrueCaller App


Who isn’t pestered by telemarketing calls? Sometimes it gets so frustrating when the phone rings in the middle of an important meeting or a short noontime nap, just to discover that it was a telemarketing call. Ever wished that you could recognize who is calling you when an unknown number rings? There is an answer to all your solutions. Truecaller is a packaged solution to all your problems. Truecaller is a multiplatform supported global directory that can recognize almost any number all around the world.

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Send and Synchronize SMSes via PC using MightyText

Smartphones have evolved into devices with minimal hard keys and a huge touch screen. The touchscreen, undoubtedly, is pretty cool. But However everyone has a moment when he/she is irritated by the constant need to look at the screen while typing. It is at such times when you wish you could type using your PC keyboard. Life would had been so much easier!


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How to Run Android Apps on a PC

All those people those are missing out on the action going on around in the Smartphone world must be wishing for a smartphone soon. Or even those who own an Android smartphone but don’t want to miss a second of it when using your PC. Do not worry, the wait is over!

Here is a way you can run almost any Android app on your PC! This has been made possible due to an application called “YouWave”. YouWave is a Android simulator that runs a simulation of the Android version 2.3.4, Gingerbread. It acts just like any Android device and can run a variety of Apps. It uses the Internet connection of your PC to connect to the Internet.

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