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How to DIY repair headphone jack, mute switch, and volume button issues in a Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4
If the headphone jack, mute switch, or volume buttons are causing you problems on your Verizon or Sprint iPhone 4, a DIY repair can most likely get you back in working order again for a lot less than the cost of a new iPhone. As it happens, one component controls all of these functions so regardless which is misbehaving, this one guide should get you all fixed up again. This particular repair isn't the easiest in the world but will definitely be doable for the intermediate to advanced DIY ninja
T-Mobile USA is rumored to be getting the iPhone today. The last of big four networks in the US without the iPhone, T-Mobile has an event scheduled for later today -- called Uncarrier -- and that's where the announcement 6 years in the making is supposed to take place. Roger Cheng from CNET reports: The iPhone is critical to T-Mobile's plans to remake itself as the "different" carrier
There’ve been a number of bugs surfacing in Android devices of late that allow users to bypass the lock screen. Most of the Android exploits so far have been for Samsung devices.
Today one of the biggest names in PC and virus protection has just announced some good news for us Android users. If you’re one of the many that worries about your mobile smartphone or tablets security, we have some good news in the form of Kaspersky ultimate protection
For those of you that absolutely love the idea of a phablet , we have some potentially good news today. While we try not to use that word too often, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 and ASUS FonePad are exactly that. Massive 7 and 8-inch tablets that just so happen to have full phone features.
HTC seems to have been shaking things up lately.
I'm up, up, and away later today for San Francisco, California and the Game Developer Conference ( GDC 2013 ). I certainly don't have to tell anyone here how great the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad are for gaming.
While an FCC filing does not necessarily mean a release is coming soon, it does imply that a release is coming. Enter the recently discovered filing for the HTC Myst , the phone that has previously been dubbed the Facebook Phone. This particular filing seems to confirm previous reports about the handset heading to AT&T