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How Do I Use A Song From My Library As My Ringtone On A Nexus 4?

It’s actually a lot easier than you’d think. No need for any outside applications. The only downside is that you’ll need to do this from your computer, instead of just being able to do it from the phone itself. Step 1: Connect your phone to your computer. Make sure you select “Connect as Media device [...]

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ZAGGblog Round Up [A Quick Recap Of Recent Posts]: September 5, 2013

Over the past couple of days  our most popular blog posts have been Tweeted, posted on Facebook and LinkedIn along with being pinned on Pinterest. Get on the ZAGG bus and follow us to learn about the latest tech news, gadgets, apps, accessories and even our giveaways.  Here’s a rounded up list of the latest [...]

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How To Use Hidden Snapchat Filters

Blow your friends away by using Snapchat’s hidden filters. You can apply a black and white, sepia or negative effect to your pictures. Here’s a step by step guide that tells you how. Step 1: Take a picture. Step 2: In the caption, type “B&w…” for Black and White, or “Negative…”, or “Sepia…” Be sure [...]

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How To Instagram A Panorama

One of the great features that all smartphones are starting to incorporate these days is the ability to take a panoramic photo without having to manually and individually stitch each one together to create a panorama. Regardless of whether you use an iPhone or an Android phone, your Camera app probably has a Menu that [...]

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Does Google Maps Account For Traffic?

You’ve got somewhere to be in 15 minutes, but you don’t know how you get there. Seeing as it’s 2013, you whip out your smartphone, tap on Google Maps, type in the address of the place you’re going, and you’re greeted with the option of selecting from a list of routes: “18 minutes with medium [...]

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Best Gmail Labs

Many people say that Google’s Gmail is the best web-based email service around today, and has been for years. A relatively simple and minimal user interface, spam filters that work, and integration with the broader Google ecosystem are all factors that make Gmail first in the hearts of many of its users. One of the [...]

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How To Record A Vine Hands Free With An iPhone

Chances are you’ve seen the above Vine, or Vines like it, where you wonder how the user created a portion of the Vine without touching their screen. Here’s a few steps to get you recording Vines hands-free. On an iPhone open your Settings app. Once you’re in, go to General -> Accessibility -> Assistive Touch [...]

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How To: 7 Steps To Become Instagram Famous

I’m sure you’ve stumbled across an Instagram feed that seemed pretty unassuming but had thousands of followers. You figure if they can do it, so can you. If you long to join the Instagram famous but don’t know how, listen up. Let me warn you now, the road to quick insta-fame is cheap and shameless. [...]

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6 Creative DIY Ideas For Those Unwanted VHS Tapes

In case you saw our “8 Reasons VCRs Need To Make A Comeback” blog post and still weren’t convinced to keep those tapes around, here are 6 creative ideas for things you can do with your old VHS tapes. I’m not sure if I’m cheap or green, but I still have more VHS tapes than [...]

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[How To] Setup Android Device Manager To Track Your Lost Phone

Earlier this week, I told you about Google’s latest free service for Android called Android Device Manager. It’s practically the same service as Apple’s “Find My iPhone”, letting you remotely locate, alert and wipe your Android tablet or smartphone when it’s lost or stolen. To take advantage of the service, you’ll need to wait for [...]

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