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How to Operate Your Computer from Other Device Using SplashTop

Recently I made a post about how to use your smartphone as remote control for your computer which works pretty well through Wi-Fi connection, but today I want to share another idea that works like magic.

Sometime ago I applied for an online job in a company based in US, and for anyone to surpass their interview the company must have access to your computer, to know how well your internet service can serve them and other techy stuffs. So how they successfully operated my PC from far USA, that’s what I will discuss today.

This tutorial will be helpful for those who teach stuffs online or you want someone in far distance to put you through techy stuff on your PC.

How does it work?

The software that’s professionally capable of performing this feature is Splashtop Remote developed by Splashtop Inc.

Splashtop remote allows users to connect to and control computers from any device, such as a computer, iPad, iPhone, or Android device. According to Wikipedia Splashtop uses a proprietary protocol ca…

Know More About Google Assistant Check If Your Android Phone is Eligible to Get The New Update

Everyone loves to do things remotely to be able to control things without coming into physical contact with it *Merlin Power, actually this is where technology is heading toward, so that people can control, get information and solve problems without having physical contact with their devices through voice control and eye contact.

Google launched Google Assistant in 2016, an intelligence personal assistant that allows people to perform actions on their mobile device through voice control.

Google assistant is like talking to a robot. You can ask it questions, tell it to do things, it’s your own personal Google, always ready to help, a limited version of this feature was introduced in google allo app.

How Google Assistant works

This feature was exclusively introduced to Google Pixel and Pixel XL Smartphone, in February Google announce that the Google Assistant service will be extended to other Android phones.

According to Google, Android phones that will get Assistant update must HAVE these s…

How to Easily Remove Junk Files Caused By WhatsApp and Other Social Media Apps

Without doubts WhatsApp is the most used one-on-one messaging app in the world, we all enjoy services rendered by WhatsApp Inc ranging from sharing pictures, videos, txt files and mp3 file etc, but one time all these shared files may later result to many junk files on our mobile phone. Sometimes when you switch on your mobile phone or open your WhatsApp messenger it takes longer time to boot up or open, this is most times the result of too many junk files on your SD card or internal memory.

Junk files don't really mean corrupt files, but files that have no usefulness or duplicated files that consume space on your device that renders your device slow. Junk files are mostly gotten from downloading files from Social Medias.

Don’t Miss:How to Stop Social Media Apps from Automatically Downloading Files or Consuming your Internet Data

As a typical example, I happened to be added to various WhatsApp groups where most times people share irrelevant files (especially pictures) but I refrained …

How to Easily Extract and Save Apps Downloaded from Google PlayStore on Your SD card

Files (pictures, documents, videos, and apk etc.) Downloaded from the internet are usually saved in an SD card or phone internal memory, but apps downloaded directly from Google PlayStore are hidden on SD card or internal memory, because they are saved as .asec extension inside .android_secure folder instead of the usual .apk extension.

This feature makes it difficult for people to share or upload apps downloaded directly from Google PlayStore with friends on the internet, keep an earlier version of an app before updating to a newer version, or for any other personal purposes.

So, in this post I will show you how to easily extract and save apps installed from Google PlayStore anywhere on your SD card.

There are two ways to extract an apk file installed from PlayStore, the first method requires an app called Apk Extractor while the other method, you will need to have two devices connected together either through Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. For this tutorial I will be using the earlier method beca…

How to Save or Retrieve Contacts and Other Items on Your Phone When Stolen

Most times the value of the Mobile Gadget we have is not really a big deal, but the content we safe inside these gadgets may cost a lifetime to put together, just like the case of a photographer who saved all his projects in an SD card inserted in iPhone 6 that was later stolen, in this case the value of the iPhone is not the big deal, but the content inside the SD card cost him a lifetime to achieve and everything was taken away from him in a twinkle of an eye. But, this case could be averted if the necessary steps were taken.

I doubt if most of us know we can save virtually all our files (Pictures, Videos, Documents, Contacts, etc.) on the internet and later access or retrieve it from any device anywhere in the world? This is possible in several ways, but for this tutorial I will be using Google service has case study.

Google made saving of items on the internet in an easy-to-click way so that anyone can easily save, retrieve or share their files (Pictures, Videos, Documents, Contacts…

How to Set a Charging Limit on Your Android Device to Avoid Excess Battery Wear

Everything in life has a lifespan, but the way we use this stuffs determines how long they will stand the test of time, this notion is also applicable to our Android gadget most especially the part that store energy (battery).

Android battery lifespan is mostly determined by excess heat and frequent overcharging or undercharging, this has led to a lot of conflicting information out there when it comes to the best habits for charging a smartphone's battery, so let's clear some of that up right off the bat. Lithium ion batteries (the type used in most modern electronics) start to lose their ability to hold a charge over time, and the two biggest factors that contribute to this are excess heat and overcharging.

In a cruel twist of fate, the act of charging your phone's battery causes it to heat up, and topping it off to 100% charge contributes to reduced capacity over time. To be more specific, ResearchGate found that charging a battery to only 85% yielded a longer lifespan th…