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How to Import photos, videos, music to your new Windows RT or Windows Tablet

You got new Windows tablet like Microsoft Surface, Asus VivoTab RT etc. First thing you may want to do it so import photos, videos, music to your new Windows RT or Windows Tablet. One of the advantages with Windows tablets is you get USB Port, microSD Port. Transferring files or media is same as transferring on to new laptop or computer. How to Import Photos or Videos from Camera/Android or Windows Phone 1. Connect your camera, android phone to your new Windows tablet using the USB cable you got with your camera or android phone. You can also use microSD card. 2. Open Photos app on your Windows tablet like Continue reading

How to Install Adobe Flash Player on Android Jelly Bean Devices for viewing Flash contents?

This is my tutorial on how to get Adobe Flash Player working on Tablets and Phones running the latest iteration of Android, yes this is Flash for Jelly Bean. This method is safe and very simple, you can get flash up and running on your Jelly Bean device in less than 2 minutes. Video Tutorial to get/Install Adobe Flash Player for Android Jelly Bean Devices As we knew that both Apple and Google have not integrated Adobe Flash on their operating system. Adobe also announced that they will not support Flash for Android version 4.1 or higher. So how to bring Adobe Flash Player to your Android Jelly Bean Devices? Continue reading

6 Essential Apps for New Windows RT and Surface Owners

News reports say that the Windows Store in Windows 8 has “20,000 apps”, most of which are free, in its global store. There were only about 100 in the release preview, now there are tens of thousand. If this is an indication of the speed at which the Apps are going to keep coming, Windows user are going to be overwhelmed with choice.  We don’t include what may be the most useful apps of all, because it comes included with Windows RT and the 2013 version for Windows 8 isn’t out yet. We’re also ignoring any of the other very useful apps that come preloaded on all Windows 8 and Continue reading

Android 4GB file limit: How to get over 4GB file size limitation for Android Devices

Q1: How to put recorded MTS videos (5-6GB) to my Android Tablet? I know there is some kind of FAT32 limitation, no large then 4GB file can be put on Android devices like Kindle Fire HD, but I really wanna put recorded mts videos, each is 5-6 GB to play on my tablet. What should I do to make it happen? Q2: How can i play MKV video files larger than 4GB? I got many MKV video files which are 5GB or more. I want to copy the MKV video files to the internal storage of my tablet but as you know the FAT32 filesystem doesn’t accept filers larger than Continue reading

How to Transfer Photos, Music, Videos from Samsung Galaxy S3 to a Mac?

Your Samsung Galaxy S3 can transfer photos, music, videos using Samsung Kies software for your Mac or via Kies air on your device. You can download the Kies software by visiting the Kies website. 1. Open the Samsung Kies software. 2. Connect your device to your Mac using the supplied USB cable. 3. Your device should connect automatically and show in the left panel of Kies. You may need to change the USB settings if you cannot connect; swipe your finger from the top of the screen to the bottom to open the Notification Panel and touch Connected as a camera. Touch Media device (MTP) to change the USB settings. Continue reading

Four Ways to Transfer Music and Video to Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy S3

How do you transfer Media contents(Music, Photos, Video, TV Shows) to your Samsung Galaxy Phones and Tablets? If you have no idea, here are 4 ways for you to transfer music and video to Galaxy Note 10.1, Note 2 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy S3 and lots of other Android phones and tablets. Method 1: Kies Air—Wireless Transfer music and video to Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy S3 Works for: Music, photos, recorded videos, other files—non-DRM protected content only Overview: Kies Air makes it simple to transfer and manage multimedia content, text messages, bookmarks and more between your mobile device and a PC or Continue reading

Multiple ways to transfer music and video files to Galaxy Note 3

The Galaxy Note 3 is more than a phone, it’s a great video/movie/music player that lets you listen to your favorite music and watch the funny videos while exercising or traveling to work. But, having said that, you need to know how to transfer music and video files to Galaxy Note 3 phone before you can start enjoying on the go. In this article, you’ll see how simple it is to transfer your favorite music and video to your Galaxy Note 3. Multiple ways to transfer music and video files to Galaxy Note 3? There are various ways you can transfer video and audio files to your Galaxy Note 3. Continue reading

Transfer your Flip videos on your iPod for viewing

To make it possible to view your Flip videos on your iPod, you need to convert them first into a compatible format using iTunes. To do this, follow the steps below. A Word to Flip Video Nowadays, more and more people own flip camcorders (flip cameras, flip video camcorders, flip video cameras or whatever you call it) to take videos, not only because they are easy to use, flexible, quick, easy to get, they also allow you to take videos on the fly with decent quality. Convert Flip Video to iPod The standard definition Flip camcorders captures video in 640×480 resolution at 30 frames per second, using the MPEG-4 ASP Continue reading

Convert MKV, AVI, VOB, WMV, MOV, Tivo, MXF, FLV, F4V, MTS, MPG video to new Nexus 7

Since the release on August, the Nexus 7 2nd generation has been so hot and it’s the most powerful one among all the 7.0 inch tablets. Its 1920 x 1200 display produces colors that are not only vibrant but, for the first time ever in a Nexus device, accurate as well. With such a high-definition tablet, watching movies could be such a cool thing ever. But do you really know how to make various videos playable on New Nexus 7? Nexus supported format: Supported video format: MP4/DivX/Xvid/H.264/H.263/WMV Supported audio format: MP3/WAV/eAAC+/WMA From the specs above, we can see it clearly that many video formats are not supported by Nexus natively; Continue reading

Play HD MKV movie on Nexus 7 with subtitles and in full screen – How to avoid stuttering

Maybe you have tried to download MKV to your Nexus 7 tablet for playback directly, but you encountered some video playback problems just like the following users said: Q1. “I’ve got both my movie and music library all synced to Nexus 7 and plan to go father-son camping with the movies. Music streams flawlessly, as do AVI movies. However, when trying to stream MKV files the video is incredibly choppy, and I lose subtitles. My WiFi connection is strong as I’m attempting to get everything setup while I’m sitting right here next to the router. I’m not sure what the problem could be. Anyone have any insight into playing MKV Continue reading