How to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S III

How to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy S III

You might think you need to root your Android phone in order to take a screenshot, but this isn’t always the case. New Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy S III have the screenshot feature built-in. There are no additional apps or complicated software required. In fact, all you need is a smartphone or tablet capable of running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The screenshot feature is useful for a bunch of different reasons. You can be one of ‘those people’ who uploads screenshots of…

Google exec claims Android only one-third complete

Google exec claims Android only one-third complete

If you’re reading our One Click Root blog, then you’ve probably used Android at some point in your life. You’ve probably also noticed that Android is a pretty good operating system. It has better customization options than iOS, fantastic desktops, and plenty of other features that make it the most popular mobile OS in the world. But despite being four years old, Android is apparently only one-third complete. In a recent blog post on Google +, Google’s Senior Director of Android User…

Samsung trolls Apple users again with new Samsung TV commercial

Samsung trolls Apple users again with new Samsung TV commercial

A few days ago, we showed you the full-page advertisement that Samsung was running in newspapers across the world. That advertisement poked fun at the iPhone 5 for being smaller, less powerful, and less feature-rich than Samsung’s most popular Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy S III. Samsung wasn’t satisfied with just a newspaper ad. Inflamed with rage over the recent court verdict and looking for vengeance, Samsung channelled its anger into a hilarious new TV commercial that pokes fun…

American Airlines buys 17,000 Samsung Galaxy Notes, gives them to flight attendants

American Airlines buys 17,000 Samsung Galaxy Notes, gives them to flight attendants

It’s a good day to be a flight attendant with American Airlines. AA recently purchased 17,000 Galaxy Note ‘phablets’ for its flight attendants. Instead of just rewarding flight attendants for their faithful service, the gift is designed to help flight attendants connect with passengers to offer a higher level of customer service. The flight attendants will be receiving the tablets throughout the rest of this year and into 2013. Apparently, the Note was chosen because flight attendants…

Twitter for Android gets flashy new upgrade

Twitter for Android gets flashy new upgrade

Twitter is upgrading its Android and iOS apps to take full advantage of today’s best mobile operating systems. The update puts a renewed emphasis on photos as well as a wide range of other usability features. Apparently, the main goal with these updates was to bring a more Facebook-like appearance to Twitter. The most noticeable Facebook-like change is the addition of a cover photo to the main profile screen. Just like a Facebook cover photo provides a backdrop to your main profile pic,…

How to use your Android smartphone or tablet as a webcam

How to use your Android smartphone or tablet as a webcam

Many Android devices feature high-resolution cameras that surpass the quality of most webcams. Fortunately, it’s now easier than ever to use your Android smartphone or tablet as a webcam. Just follow these simple steps in order to view your Android’s video feed over any internet-connected computer: Step 1) Install required programs You’ll need to install an app called IP Webcam onto your Android device in order to use it as a webcam. Once you’ve done that, install the Windows…

Samsung Galaxy S4 details start to emerge

Samsung Galaxy S4 details start to emerge

The Samsung Galaxy S III is posting impressive sales figures around the world. But Samsung isn’t going to milk its flagship product for very long. According to a recent article in The Inquirer, the Samsung Galaxy 4 will be announced in February 2013 with a release date around March. The article cites a “loose-lipped Samsung executive.” Obviously, there no way to verify these claims as of yet, so take everything with a grain of salt.   Details about the Galaxy S4 are hazy at…

HTC Droid X leaked, features 1080p HD screen

HTC Droid X leaked, features 1080p HD screen

Today, the line between tablets and smartphones is becoming increasingly blurred. ‘Phablets’ like the Samsung Galaxy Note are selling strongly throughout the world. The Note and similar tablets have nearly the same size screen as a tablet while featuring the functionality and apps of a smartphone. It looks like HTC will be entering the phablet market in a big way. Earlier today, photos of the HTC Droid X leaked, along with a list of its basic hardware capabilities. So far, the technical…

Will you ever have the latest version of Android?

Will you ever have the latest version of Android?

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was released several months ago. But if somebody asked how it’s running on your Android phone, you probably wouldn’t know what to say. After all, very few Androids have an ‘official’ 4.1 upgrade as of yet, and according to Google, only 1.2% of all active Android phones have upgraded to the latest version of Android. This staggered upgrade process exists in sharp contrast to the upgrade process on other devices. When an iOS upgrade is released, it’s instantly…

Shazam for Android can now identify TV shows

Shazam for Android can now identify TV shows

Shazam is one of those smartphone apps that made everybody realize just how cool smartphones could be. Although it was released several years ago, Shazam continues to improve to this day. Shazam’s most recent upgrade allows users to identify TV shows by simply tapping the Shazam button. After identifying a TV show, Shazam will allow users to learn more about the cast, credits, quotations, news, trivia, and other information about their favorite TV shows – just like they can do with…