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Cross-platform Application Frameworks

This post lists some cross-platform application frameworks for desktop and mobile applications. List of cross-platform application frameworks Cross-platform application frameworks featured on this post: Kotlin .NET Flutter Ionic Unity Kotlin Kotlin can create applications for Android, iOS, macOS, Windows and Linux, among others. It is the preferred programming language for Android, substituting Java. It is […]

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IaaS Providers

This post lists some popular Insfrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Providers. List of IaaS Providers IaaS Providers: Amazon Web Services (AWS) Microsoft Azure Google Computer Engine  

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Web Search Engines

This post offers a list of popular web search engines. According to Statcounter, as of 2020 Google dominate search engine market with a 82% in desktop computers and 95% on mobile phones. Some initiatives like the lobby FairSearch try to counteract the Google dominance of the market. In case you are looking for a search […]

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How to transfer data from an Android phone to another

This post explains how to transfer data from an Android smartphone to another Android smartphone.   What is the data in a phone that I must backup or transfer? The source of some typical data to be backuped or transfered is: Apps Contacts SMS Photos Messenger service messages (e.g. WhatsApp, Signal) Take into account that […]

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Geographical Location Tools

List of geographical location tools: Google Maps Wikimapia National Geographic Maps Yahoo Maps Bing Maps OpenStreetMaps Here List of geographical location tools Google Maps Wikimapia National Geographic Maps Yahoo Maps Bing Maps OpenStreetMaps Here

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How to de-Google an Android-based OS

Android is one of the most popular operating system for smartphones. Though it is available for free and it is an open source project, it is commercially sponsored by Google, LLC. and it contains pre-installed proprietary software own by this company, mainly Google Mobile Services (GMS). GMS contains, among other software: Google app Google Chrome […]

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Open Source projects based on Android

Android operating system is an open source project developed by a consortium, whose main contributor is Google. As an open-source project, there are some other projects that have forked available Android code into new distributions that bring their own customization of the OS and get rid of some Android restrictions, like Google apps installed as […]

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How to check if your Android phone or tablet is 32-bit or 64-bit

Previously, looking up the kernel version was enough to know this. But it is no longer reliable. The only way I know to check your smartphone bitness is the following: Use an app to find out your smartphone bitness You can use any of these apps: AnTuTu Benchmark AIDA64 (Android > Kernel architecture) CPU-Z (System > Kernel […]

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How to install LineageOS 14.1 on Nexus 7 2012

Before proceding to this step, ensure that your device is actually a Nexus 7 2012. It is noticeably different to Nexus 7 2013 because the first only has front camera and the later has two, one on each side. Developers use codename ‘grouper’ to identify Nexus 7 2012. So they will be synonyms in some […]

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Install Android Studio in Mac

Android Studio is the official Google’s IDE to develop apps for Android, based on IntelliJ.   1. Download file Download latest Android Studio version for Mac (3.2.1 at the time of this article). 2. Install application Double-click on .dmg file and drag and drop Android Studio icon into Applications folder. 3. Run application Open Android […]

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