If you have an Android powered smartphone or tablet device and would like to transfer its data to an iOS device (iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch) without any requirement of iTunes or your Windows/Mac based computer, then lets check out in this post how to do so?
When you are browsing the internet using a browser for Android (Chrome, Opera etc.) or you have connected your computer with your mobile device using Tethering (sharing mobile’s data connection with other devices via USB data cable, Wi-Fi or Bluetooth), you may experience slow download/surfing speed as many Android applications and services keeps on using your device’s data connection in the background!
If you are currently using Google Chrome web browser on your Windows/Linux/Mac OS X based desktop computer OR on Android/iOS powered mobile or tablet device, then you can easily reduce your Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G LTE data usage by up to 50% using it and browse the web more faster. Let’s check out in this post how to do so?
UPDATE: If you’d like to recover your deleted call recordings then you should check out THIS VIDEO – However keep in mind that there’s NO GUARANTEE that you will be able to restore your deleted recordings, as Android OS keeps on overwriting new data on the free space of recently deleted data.
If you are using an Android powered smartphone or tablet device and want to record all incoming as well as outgoing calls on it, then let’s check out in this post how to do so using a free application?
Automatic Call Recorder for Android allows you to record any phone call, listen to the recorded conversation and share the audio file instantly. Download and install the application from Play Store on your mobile device and run the application.