I have put together this tutorial so help retail representatives truly demonstrate the Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge to their customers. I wanted to take our demo phone for a real spin over the weekend while the shop was closed, so I removed retail mode so that I was able to use fast charge and always-on screen. Certainly a wonderful feature which helps to save battery and the wireless fast charger is fun to play around with.
So you finally got yourself a Sony Z3 and you absolutely love its vivid HD screen, stereo speakers and wicked battery life. You’re completely content with how your mobile device is performing and you don’t want to ruin that by updating to a possibly buggy, new OS (aka Lollipop).
It’s likely you’re a retail store representative if you’re reading this article. Perhaps you want to take the phone and use it for yourself, or perhaps you want to truly demo the phone to your clients. Me, I wanted a true test of the fast charging of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the S6 Edge and with the retail mode on it would only charge 1% per minute. Not exactly the same awesome speed that Samsung promised which is 40% in only 10 minutes!
About 8 months ago I joined the Snapchat craze. If you have not yet joined in the fun, you should visit your mobile app store and download Snapchat for free right now! Also, you may be wondering how I’ve captured some of the snaps that I’m about to share with you… well, if you want to join in the fun, you’re going to want to Download this FREE app as well.
Recently I visited Maya Riviera, Mexico and a small shop that carried a few great t-shirt designs that I absolutely fell in love with. The one I purchased pictured the android logo eating the apple logo. As an avid Android user and Google product advocate I thought, why isn’t this stuff everywhere?
What is a “quad core”?
When we refer to and android quad core phone, we are talking about a mobile phone that has 4 processors in it. What does this mean? When it comes to any computerized device such as a mobile phone, a processor is required in order to process the sets of information needed to perform properly. So when we have 4 processors on board, it means that our device can process 4 sets of different instructions at one time. This greatly increases the speed of our device because we do not have to wait as long for each set of information to be processed one at a time.
A friend of mind was recently messing around on my Android which is currently running Android version 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean, for those who only know it by name) and he came across this awesome little trick or hack where you can play a small Android Jelly Bean game! You’ll probably get bored of it after 2 minutes, but if you’re a huge tech geek like me, you’ll love this little trick. If you like this, you’ll love Android Fully Loaded.