If you own an Android smartphone or tablet made by Huawei and you want an easy way to connect it to your Windows PC, you should use HiSuite. You can use it to do things such as browse and import files from your smartphone, as well as send messages, take screenshots, or backup your Android smartphone, all while sitting comfortably in front of your Windows PC. Let's see how to set up HiSuite and use it to connect your Huawei smartphone with your Windows computer:
People have been continuously arguing about which is better: the iPhone or the Android smartphone? The debate never ends, and most people choose to be fans of iOS or Android, no matter what. A year ago I started using an iPhone SE as my primary smartphone, and during this time I got to know Apple's iOS operating system better. I previously used a Motorola Nexus 6 smartphone running Android 7 Nougat. I also reviewed many smartphones with Android, for my work here at Digital Citizen. On the iPhone SE, I use iOS 12.
There are many reasons why you might want to connect your iPhone to your Windows 10 PC. Maybe you want to move some music from one device to the other, add some videos on your iPhone to watch while commuting or even create a manual backup of everything important on your iPhone. Whatever your reasons are, here is how to connect an iPhone to a Windows 10 PC, both using a cable and over Wi-Fi:
OneDrive is one of the best cloud storage solutions available to regular users all over the world. One of the best things about it is that Microsoft also offers mobile apps that you can use on your smartphone or tablet to sync your files to the cloud and have them available everywhere. Fortunately, that also includes iPhones and iPads, devices on which you can install the OneDrive app. Among other features, the OneDrive app also lets you automatically back up all the photos and videos you take with your iPhone/iPad.
The easiest way to install an app on your Android smartphone or tablet is to open the Play Store, search for the app you want and tap Install. What if we told you there's another way of installing an app from the Google Play Store? One that you can use without touching your device? We show you in this tutorial how to install apps using the Play Store website, in just about any web browser:
OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud storage service for both home and business users. We use it to back up our files daily, as well as synchronize them across devices. If you use OneDrive for Windows, you should also install it on your Android smartphone and tablet. If you take many photos, consider enabling the camera upload feature, so that you back up your photos and videos to OneDrive, and get access to them on your devices. Here is how to upload photos to OneDrive from Android:
The iPhones that are running new versions of iOS include a power management feature that protects them from shutting down unexpectedly. It is called Peak Performance Capability, and it is automatically enabled if the battery cannot deliver the required amount of power during various tasks. If you want to learn about what Peak Performance Capability is on your iPhone, and how to disable it, even if it is not recommended, read this article:
Did you know that you can send your exact GPS location, using the features that are built into your Android smartphone, in an SMS message, to any person you wish? Maybe you are stranded in some remote place, you need help, and you do not have a data connection. Maybe you need to share your location with a friend so that they can find you easily. Whatever your reason for sharing your location, here it is how to do it using the features that are built into your Android smartphone:
Some networks require you to use proxy servers to let you access the internet. This is the case with many schools and business wireless networks, so it is essential to know how to set the use of a proxy on your devices. Fortunately, if you have an iPhone or iPad, configuring the use of a proxy server on them is easy. To see how it is done, step by step, read this guide:
The OneDrive app for Android and iOS (iPhone or iPad) can be used to access your data stored in your Microsoft account. If you use it to store pictures and private documents you might want to protect them. The OneDrive apps for Android and iOS offer an additional level of security with a passcode that is required every time you open the app. If your smartphone or tablet has a fingerprint scanner, you can use that instead of the passcode. Let's see how to set it up so that the files you keep in your OneDrive are better protected: