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I have long been using an iPhone 4, and now I switched to Android.

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My first Android Phone was the Samsung Galaxy S II, which was a great phone but had many flaws.

After that, I got the HTC One X (HTC one). This Phone is also great but has too many things that could be improved.

But since there are so few good phones on the market now with decent specs, most people need to know what they want in a new phone. Here are my top 10 must-haves in an android device: 1) Better battery life – It doesn’t matter what functions your device has if it doesn’t last more than 6 hours without needing to charge. And with 4G LTE connectivity and wifi connectivity, this is even more important 2) More RAM – Your device should have at least 1GB of DDR3 RAM 3) A CPU that can handle multiple apps running simultaneously – At least 1.5 GHz for dual-core 4) A camera that takes decent pictures – Instead of having just one tool for taking photos on your device, you will need to have at least one camera on each screen so that you can easily see who’s talking to you or from where when taking videos 5) An OS operating system that will be easy enough for users to understand and not get confused about how everything works together 6) The ability to use an SD card for storage space 7) A high-speed web browser/app streaming app (optional if possible) 8 ) Vibrating alerts instead of audible alert 9 ) Bluetooth connectivity with all devices 10) Some form of facial recognition technology built into the Phone ______________________________________________

Texting while driving sucks! There are several ways I can think of how texting while driving could become safer: ___________________________ For starters, try learning how to type out-loud in

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That’s why you need to delete text messages from your Phone.

That’s why you need to delete text messages from your Phone. Text messages are stored on the phone, and if you delete one, it will not be erased from the Phone’s memory or cloud storage. This is where things get a bit more complicated than just deleting them manually—you’ll have to use a third-party app like Textra for Android or iMessage Backup & Erasure for Apple users.

The apps allow users to permanently delete their old texts so that when someone asks about “what happened after we broke up?” they don’t have any answers!

Start with the ones you know about.

Start with the ones you know about.

You can pull up a list of recently deleted text messages and read them, but this is only going to give you a small window into how long that information has been sitting on your Phone. If there are any personal or sensitive details in any of these texts, delete them manually before they’re gone forever.

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Pull up your recently deleted text messages and read them.

To look at your recently deleted text messages, follow these steps:

If you’re making a list, put the messages with personal information that could be used against you at the top.

If you’re making a list, put the messages with personal information that could be used against you at the top. That way, if anyone sees your Phone and looks through it, they’ll see only messages relevant to their investigation.

If you accidentally delete a message or message thread or need to restore something, go through the most recent notes and mark them as “deleted.”

If you accidentally delete a message or message thread or need to restore something, go through the most recent notes and mark them as “deleted.”

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You can’t recover deleted messages. You can’t restore deleted messages. You can’t get back deleted messages from anyone else (not even yourself). And if you have a phone that’s not yours, don’t worry—that, too, is out of reach of your Android Phone!

Set up an organizing system for your text messages so they will always be organized in chronological order and easy to find.

Certain apps store your text messages on their server, but others are stored locally on your device. It’s best to use a messaging program that can store messages locally.

You may wonder if apps that store messages locally are the best way. The answer is that it depends on what you want out of your text messaging experience.

For example, Textra stores your messages locally on the device, and is free. BlackBerry Messenger stores its messages in the cloud and is free with the BlackBerry Hub app or available on many devices. By default, SMS/MMS messages sent through Google Hangouts are stored in the cloud and are free. Textra will not let you sync files through wifi, but BlackBerry Messenger will let you do this as long as you have a BlackBerry ID account. The BlackBerry Hub app stores your SMS/MMS messages in the cloud at no extra cost by logging into RIM’s website at blackberry.com/basesmartphones and entering your BBID account number.

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Textra stores your messages locally on the device and is free. BlackBerry Messenger stores its messages in the cloud and is free with the BlackBerry Hub app or available on many devices. By default, SMS/MMS messages sent through Google Hangouts are stored in the cloud and are free. Textra will not let you sync files through wifi, but BlackBerry Messenger will let you do this as long as you have a BlackBerry ID account. The BlackBerry Hub app stores your SMS/MMS messages in the cloud at no extra cost by logging into RIM’s website at blackberry.com/basesmartphones and entering your BBID account number.

You should never delete text messages. You’ll be going back in time to see or even answer those messages before you decide to get rid of those text messages; think about the consequences of doing so. It’s better to give it over to your kids or family members and let them do what they need with your Phone. That way, you can stay clear of any legal issues that may arise after you delete those text messages.

One could argue that we can escape electronic surveillance by deleting texts as long as our phones are not connected to any device, which means there would be no trace left for us on our Phone’s hard drive, which is true even if the Phone is completely disconnected from a network. However, there are still clues on one’s Phone’s mobile operating system that could lead authorities and hackers straight to their whereabouts if our phones’ locations were known via GPS location services or other sources already known by authorities (in cases like this known information cannot always be found). So it would still leave traces of where they’ve been- and when they live- without any interference with the contents of what was said among themselves or on the Phone; Plus, many of us today use wireless connections we’ve enabled, and some devices will not even go offline if other people know where we are at all times because there are no alternatives for communicating like face-to-face conversations; Because there’ll always be a chance that someone somewhere might want something from you if he knows where you live… Especially if he knows when your birthday is… 😛

If it were me, I’d probably turn my phone off, switch it off & put it where nobody can find it in case someone tries, and I won’t have time or knowledge to look back through my deleted texts & see anything significant before the police or FBI come knocking at my

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