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hey what's up guys if you've got two minutes then I've got six tips to help you customize your new droid so why wait let's get to it hey guys Enon here from you droid mania and first up we have icon management from the Play Store menu tap Settings and under general uncheck add icons to homescreen keeping your inbox clean no longer has to be a chore you can set up your email to use swipe for delete by clicking on the menu button settings then general settings under archive and delete actions make sure that show delete only is selected next choose swipe to delete in conversation list then when you're in your inbox you can now swipe unwanted emails to the left or right to delete them now we all love taking photos on our phone so make sure that you get your unlimited photo storage from the photo app click on the menu button and then choose settings next tap auto backup and then photo size choosing full size you're limited to 10 gigs however choosing standard size you get unlimited photo storage in the cloud now you can help protect your phone from lost or theft to do so tap on Google settings then Android device manager remotely locate this device is on by default so you only need to allow remote lock and erasing of your phone read over the details and then click activate it's that simple now we know in most cases you can't remove the carrier bloat from your phones but you can at least hide it now I'm running Nova Launcher here and for those of you that aren't familiar with launchers hit me up in the comments below if you'd like to see a video on that type of content so to hide the bloatware simply long press on the app you'd like to hide and drag it up to edit then uncheck the box where the app folder and click the check mark it's that simple again this doesn't delete the app but at least now you don't have to look at it for my final tip today don't forget to head over to the Play Store download and install your favorite apps if you guys are interested in what I have on my phone hit me up in the comments below or thumbs up this video so I know that you're interested in that type of content alright guys so there you have it have fun customizing your droid hit me up in the comments below and let me know if you'll be using any of these six tips if you've enjoyed this video don't forget to subscribe to my channel thumbs up and I'll see you in the next one thanks for watching
hey guys today we're going to be turning on and off a light with a Raspberry Pi model B plus a relay a mobile phone and a 12 volt LED color changing light setup an important part of this project is the ability to control the light when not stood in front of it so what I've got here is a one channel relay and a Raspberry Pi model B plus what I've done is I've set this up there's two dongles here one of them is the internet or it's a Wi-Fi dongle it's an 802 11 n dongle that I just got an eBay some of you guys have asked me which dong will I buy or which one's work the truth is is very difficult to determine it I suggest you look on the île Enix page to figure out which ones are compatible let's talk about this relay so this is a one channel relay and if you've watched any of my how to set up a relay videos you'll know how I set that up you can find those links on screen now now what I've done is I've taken the basis of another project my garage door relay and I've set that up here so that I can use it as the basis of this project so what I've done I've set up an Apache server on the Raspberry Pi model B plus that Apache server I can access by my phone so just getting to my phone here what I've done is I've created a PHP document that has just two functions light on and light off so check it out I press light on and the relay switch song I press light off and the light goes off so now I'll be able to control this light from wherever I am and even better as this Raspberry Pi is actually part of my alarm clock project I'll now be able to turn on the light in the morning when my alarm clock goes off all right guys let's talk about the LED light system that I'm going to be using so I bought this on eBay it's a 12 volt lighting strip that we've got here so you can see it's a 50 by 50 that's what the size of the LEDs are it gets a 0.5 Mills butt or sorry 0.5 centimeters by 0.5 centimeters or there you go you can see those matte and it comes with this controller box now what that controller box does is it's got a little IR sensor there and that IR sensor works with the remote so that we can control the colors and the setup that we want to use as we go through this so I'll just plug it in here and you can have a look there how it works you can see I've got it on a color shifting program at the minute and that will just continue to cycle through all the amazing colors now I have tested this and we have really good news about it this remembers what the last setting was so what I'm able to do is using another couple of components that I got on eBay these are male and female connectors what I'm able to do is I'm able to interrupt this signal here and put that on that side with my terminals and put this on this side you have my terminals and now what I'll do is I will connect those two with some wire I've got in fact I've got that wire just here here it is now using a plus/minus what I'll do is I'll connect those two and interrupt them with the relay so let me do that now so I'm just just cutting these these wires here so there's my black which will be my negative and I'll line that up there there but I wanted my red we're live to be a little bit longer just so I can cut in the middle have a couple little bends in it I go here and then I'm really fortunate to have a lovely wire stripper automatic wire stripper so let me just grab this all right so first let's set up the negative side the black side terminal so we'll just do that negative to negative beautiful okay so I've done the black side now for the red side the red side what we're going to do is connect one half to the positive side into the relay and the other side the other side also into the relay all right so let's just focus in on the relay here now the relay up at the front and this is a setup never shown before because I don't want anybody playing with mains you'll notice here that we're doing this with a 12-volt system again that's 12 volt that's why it's safe to do this let's just focus in here on the relay you can see at the front there's kind of some pictures that describes whether this relay is normally on or normally off so what you can see here is that little middle arrow is pointed to the one on the right that means that when the relay is off if you connected one wire to this one and one wire to this one when the relay is off the connection will be will be there it will be connected if you connect it the this side the left side and the middle when the relay is off there will be a space between these connections and the relay or the connection will be off okay so let's just let's just go over that again so what happens is if your light you want the normal state of your light to be on and then when the relay triggers the light switches off then you would connect it on this side if the normal state of the light is off and you want to relate to switch the light on then you'd use this side which is the side that I'm going to be using okay so I'm going to go ahead and connect this on the left side just like the terminal wires I'm going to do exactly the same thing I'm going to slot this in and make sure that the whole wire fits in and that there is no silver or copper wire exposed you can see that I'm happy with that so I can tighten it down I'm going to do the same thing on the other side here I'm going to connect this so I've connected in there let's focus in as you can see can't see any wire so I'm happy that I'm going to tie that down all right now what I'd like to do is get this to be about the same length so let's do this you is it worthy of Reddit /r cord slash cable porn probably not but you can see exactly what's happened here it the signal will come in once I'd be interrupted by the relay and exit the other side or if I do it this way which is the way that I have it set up here you can see exactly how it works well there is connect this to this side and this this side and because I've correctly set the relay you'll see that it's normally off we are what you would call normal state we are normally off alright so what I'll do now I'll just plug that into the Raspberry Pi and control the light using it and this is the Raspberry Pi is firing up here I'd just like to remind you this is a 12-volt system do not play with mains okay hopefully this will be powered up it's time to connect here and here again we're not normally off state what I'll do is I'll just grab my mobile phone right on and there's the LEDs letting up light off and it's off cool this is one more time I don't on again don't forget to subscribe like the video comment in the About section below let me know any projects you guys might be up to I'm always interested to hear if you found this project interesting or useful in any way please buy me a coffee you can do that by following the donate button in the About section below of course you can find all the source code there as well lots of other interesting things and check in the comment 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Marques: Before cell phones, it was a very different world. Couldn't really walk around. You were kinda stuck to wherever the phone was. Absolutely no privacy, and anyone could pick up the phone and listen to your conversation. Woman: Growing up, I always really wanted a cell phone, but my parents wouldn't let me have one. Getting my first cell phone was freaking mind-blowing. One of my earlier cell phones was, like, a flip phone. There is something really satisfying about cracking it open. – ( snapping ) – The cell phone gives you this sense of independence. I thought I was the coolest. I thought I was a super tech girl. Oh, my God. My first cell phone was the ultimate freedom. Marques: I'm Marques Brownlee, and I review dope new tech. But on this show, I'm rewinding the clock to discover the tech of the past that changed our lives forever. This is "Retro Tech: DynaTAC." Hey, what's up, guys? MKBHD here.
As you already know, I'm pretty into tech, and specifically a lot of smartphones. My first ever cell phone was this little blue Samsung flip phone, probably back in, like, 2005. And even that was 20 years after the first ever cell phone the DynaTAC 8000x was released. So this is not the original box it came in, but inside this box is the OG DynaTAC. Let's get into this. That's a lot of leather, and you actually get a little leather smell. I hope that means it's real leather. This is the DynaTAC in here. Good old Velcro. Whoa. That is crazy. And this is your antenna-looking thing. It has a digital screen. The buttons are pretty soft. It really does have some heft to it. It'd be kinda funny to see how many phones today would equal the thickness of the DynaTAC.
One, two, three. Five, seven, ten of today's smart phones thick. But that's how far we've come. If that isn't Moore's Law for you, I don't know what is. This battery comes off. "May explode if disposed in fire." Slide that back on. So these phones operated on the very first wireless network ever created, which we'll now refer back to as 1G. 1G networks are not still operational. They haven't been in, like, 20 years, but I'm kinda thinking of things that I think people would say on 1980s phone calls. Hey, you gonna be at jazzercise today, Bill? My fax should have gone through by now. Hopefully you got that. – Hey, are you home yet? – Yeah, I just got here.
Can you set up the VCR to record "Golden Girls" on the VHS today? – For sure. – I'm probably gonna miss it. Bill, relax. I sent the fax. You'll get it soon, okay? It's hard to imagine a time now without a cell phone in every pocket. So I need to know, how did the DynaTAC create an entirely new world of portable communication where it didn't exist before? First of all, welcome. Thanks for joining me. – Thank you, my friend. – I want to start by asking you to check underneath your chair. I can do that, I guess.
Oh! That's cra– yo, I'm done. I'm done. Look how big this antenna is. This is huge. Man, this phone is mad heavy. Like, if you ever got into a problem, you could throw it at somebody and actually win a fight. Like, this thing is just baller. It's so cool! Marques: So I want to take it back before the days of any cellular phones. What was that world like? ( phones ringing ) Lisa: Before there were cell phones, you could make a phone call from home before you left your house. But if there was an emergency or if your car broke down, – you had to use a pay phone. – This is an emergency. Give me the local fire department paramedics. Until the car phone came out. – ( phone ringing ) – Brad: Motorola was this tech company, and what Motorola was developing were these car phones. The car phone was the first mobile phone, and they were only mobile in the sense that you could fit them into your trunk. Announcer: More and more people have a phone in their car, like this unique cellular portable made by Motorola. Michael: They were massive, massive pieces of equipment that drew a lot of power. Announcer: And they are a hot item. A year from now, every metropolitan area of the nation will have cellular phone service. Brad: So, the challenge with the tech was how to fit all of the crap in the trunk of the car, the antenna on the top of the car, into an actual portable handheld cell phone.
There was a team within Motorola led by Dr. Martin Cooper. Dr. Cooper emerged as the leading proponent of, "Hey, people are gonna want to buy portable cellular telephones. We need to build them. And we need to build them in a massively short amount of time." Because they knew that there was gonna be competition. And I think one of the engineers said, "Oh, that sounds great. I'll get around to that." And Dr. Cooper said, "You don't understand. We have to build this in six weeks." What's crazy is they were able to do it. Whoa. Marty Cooper and his team at Motorola were in a race against rival phone company Bell Laboratories to come up with the world's first cell phone. So, who better to tell that story than the legend himself? Martin Cooper: At the beginning, it was a great curiosity. I don't think anybody ever believed that everybody would have them– except we did.
What was the first phone call that you made after the successful creation of that first DynaTAC prototype? I must tell you that I hadn't planned on who I was gonna call. But walking down 6th Avenue in New York, and it occurred to me, "Why don't I call my counterpart?" His name was Dr. Joel Angel at Bell Laboratories. And I said, "Hi, Joel. This is Marty Cooper." And he says, "Hi, Marty." "Joel, I'm calling you from a cell phone. But a real cell phone. A handheld personal portable cell phone. What do you think of that?" Silence on the other end of the line. I could only imagine what he was thinking, and I suspect he was gritting his teeth. And that's when things took off. Did you ever imagine the technology advancing this far? Not a chance.
Today, there are more portable phones in the world than there are people. So we never could've imagined that. Amazing. I can remember the first phone I ever got, the first smartphone I ever got, the first time I ever pointed a camera at myself and talked about how much I loved my new phone. All that stuff comes from the DynaTAC, so I feel like I owe you a thank you, too. You're very, very welcome. Marques: The DynaTAC prototype was nothing like anyone had ever seen or sold before. The end result was 1.75 pounds, stood 13 inches high, stored 30 numbers, took 10 hours to charge for about 30 minutes of talk time, and cost a hefty $3,995. Adjusted for inflation, that's over $10,000 today. By today's standards, this might not seem impressive, but in the early '80s, the DynaTAC was a groundbreaking piece of technology, and the very first of its kind. And in March of 1984, the DynaTAC 8000X officially hit the market. And this is it.
This is a portable cellular phone. When people got hold of the first portable cellular telephone, they didn't want to put them down. They became addicted to that convenience. I think it's the greatest thing that I've ever had, and it's something that I wanted somebody to come up with for a long time. Brad: So, after the DynaTAC comes out, cell phones do blow up, but it's a limited blow-up because these phones were so expensive. The prevailing attitude at the time was how are you gonna get people to buy a $4,000 handset? This is gonna be a toy for the rich and nobody's gonna buy the thing. ( tires squeal ) Brad: But once pop culture started pushing this stuff out, people were buying these phones to show out. Very famously, of course, the film "Wall Street" featured the phone, and I remember thinking as a kid, "Wow, I really want one of those. It looks like it makes you cool." I don't care where or how you get it, just get it. And there was "Saved by the Bell." The Zack Morris phone.
I'm, I guess, a little young. I don't think I've ever seen "Saved By The Bell." – Who is Zack Morris? – What? And what is the Zack Morris phone? All right. "Saved By The Bell" was an iconic mid-'90s television show where Zack Morris essentially terrorizes everyone in the school. He would have this phone, making calls and doing deals, and essentially putting his friends in very precarious predicaments all the time. I'd like to order a large pizza and the hottest peppers you can find. When kids saw Zack Morris using a cell phone, we talked about that phone. Like, "Yo, we want that." Lisa: That was when we really started to see the DynaTAC 8000X entering the mainstream for the everyday person. Marques: Four decades after the DynaTAC 8000X was first released, mobile phones have become the most used electronic device in the world. But these last 40 years haven't been without some questionable designs along the way. So, we have with us some of the most interesting and unique designs from that time, and we also have fellow YouTuber and friend Austin Evans to help take a look at those.
Austin has reviewed tech for over a decade on YouTube, and he especially loves all things cellular. …to this. This is "Dope Or Nope." All right, let's take a look at the first one. This is called the Motorola StarTAC Rainbow. – Is this from the '90s, perhaps? – This is from 1998. Go ahead and flip this open. Oh, wow. It's actually original. – Yeah. – I think '90s are still cool. There was a matte black version that you didn't get. You got the rainbow version. – What? Wait. – That is sick. It looks like you made it out of Play-Doh. I like the look of this phone. – It's so '90s, it's so cool. – And you got plenty of– Oh, God, you're probably about to mount this to your belt.
I am– you read my mind. – Aw. – Pretty sure I count as a dad now, right? – That's the SIM card. – This is the SIM card? Oh, it even has the cut-out. Oh, wow. See, but it feels so che– ( gasps ) ( laughs ) Sorry, I'm getting a call. One moment. – Are you getting a call? – Just let me make sure I'm– – Yeah. – He's got it. No, the GameBoy's gonna be big, yeah. Yeah, we should buy. Marques: All right, so I think we should place our bets on the price, 'cause I don't know the price of this one. I think this is $400. Oh, I was gonna say $400. I agree. Okay. The price tag is on the bottom of the box. ( laughing ) Starting price, $1,000. This cost $1,000? For a thousand bucks to feel this cheap is simply unacceptable. Good-bye. Gosh. I hate talking to you. That's a nope. So, this next one is called the Siemens Xelibri 6, and all I know about it is that it was targeted for the female demographic. And that is it. It's like a compact, right? Uh, what is that? Like a– like a makeup thing.
This is that, but without the makeup. I think if we boot this up, we can see what the screens are about. ( music playing ) Oh, oh. Okay, I'm losing all my respect for this phone. So, we have what I assume is signal flashing here, and then your battery life is your heart. So, dude, I have one heart left. So many bad ideas in such a small space.
Pictures. Oh, let's look at pictures. Cake.bmp. What if these are all pre-loaded photos that you could send to people because they were already in your library as a reaction, kind of like the way we use emojis right now? – Hmm. – That's cool. But, like, what is– what is this? What is this? Like, who am I, really, right now? This is clearly designed by a bunch of dudes who are like, "Oh, you know what women are gonna love? This." There's a lengthy list of possible pros and cons, – mostly cons for this phone. – Mm-hmm.
This is definitely, I'm gonna say, missing the mark. So, the Xelibri 6, that's a nope. Austin: That's a nope for me. All right, so, this next one comes to us from Nokia. This one was dubbed the Lipstick Phone, and that is… – Oh, word. – …this here. This is totally from "Star Wars." You mean, like a lightsaber, kind of? Austin: Yeah, yeah! ( gasps ) A camera! – Is that a camera? – Yes! Whoa, it's got a click wheel. So, dude, this thing is actually really cool. The UI must be wild. Okay, I think we have to turn it on. Can you find a power button is the question? – What about this one? – There's, like, zero descriptors on this at all.
There's not, like, one word besides the word "Nokia" on it. Marques: Wait, what is happening right now? Okay, so, think 2000s. Think. Is there a button on the side? There's a couple buttons, but none of these are screaming – power button at me. – Wait, no. Austin: Hey! Marques: The red button turns it on. Oh, look at that. We've got a full color display. Wow. So you're just meant to use it in landscape. Marques: But I need to see what this camera looks like. I mean, I'm sure it's not going to be great. It's 2004, like, whatever. Set and… – Not bad, not bad. – Other phones have T9. You have a keyboard for a reason. You don't have a keyboard on this phone, so if you're texting, you're texting with that wheel. – Good luck. – Okay, just take a step back.
– Mm-hmm. – Okay, put yourself in 2004. Look at how cool this looks. I just don't think I can give this dope – because it's not– – Really? Maybe because I'm not a huge lipstick guy. I don't know what it is. Yeah, Nokia 7280 for me is a nope. Well, it gets a certified dope from me. Awesome, well, thank you for taking that journey with me, Austin.
– Of course, man. Any time. – I appreciate it. "Dope Or Nope," signing out. Marques: Since the DynaTAC's release in 1983, thousands of unique cell phone models have circulated the world. And in my personal pockets alone, I've owned and tested several hundred different models. But this cell phone boom wasn't immediate. It took years after the DynaTAC's release for the cost of cell phones to drop down far enough in order to be accessible for most people. So, in the mid-1980s, that's when a much cheaper device was introduced to the mainstream. Enter the pager. Announcer: Get the pager. It's affordable, it's portable, from Motorola. Boom. The pager dropped. Michael: And a pager was just a little box you wore on your belt, and it would buzz when people called a specific number, your pager number. So if a friend was at a payphone, they could call your pager number and then you would call that payphone back. You were immediately reachable. You didn't have to go home to get your messages from your answering machine.
Gerard: So, now that the pager dropped, it's like, yo, it ain't a cell phone, but it's still something that we can use to communicate with. A lot of people in the hood– like, hip-hop, music, entertainers, once it got into that world, everything started to explode and change. You can't be a hip-hop fan and not know the beginning of Biggie Smalls' "Warning," which is just the beep… ( beeping ) – And then… – ♪ Who the hell is this ♪ ♪ Paging me at 5:46 in the morning ♪ ♪ Crack of dawn and now I'm yawning ♪ When that happened, you had to have a pager.
Man, gotta spin the chain on that, baby. Lisa: Pagers were everywhere, and people developed their own language to communicate through pagers. Michael: You don't have to put a phone number in there, you can put in whatever numbers you want. So people started sending coded messages. Lisa: It kind of lead to this whole vernacular very similar to the way we have our own language when we text people today with emojis and bitmojis and things like that.
The pager gave birth to texting. Marques: So, in the '80s and '90s, pagers were a convenient option because phone booths were on every corner. But today, in New York City, there are only three phone booths left. So I'm here at one of them at the corner of 90th Street and West End Ave., where I'm waiting for a page from fellow YouTube creator Sara Dietschy. On her channel, Sara's always tackling new tech, so hopefully we can figure out the pager together. I'm leaving my phone number.
I guess now I have to wait for him to call me back. ( beeping ) That's jarring. Oh, I hold it down to see the number. – ( dial tone ) – Dial tone. – Hello? – Hey. This is the first page I have literally ever sent. This is the first page I've ever received, also. Voice: Please insert 25 cents for another three minutes. Sounds like a rip-off. Before this call disconnects, let's just meet at the studio and figure out this whole pager thing. ( click ) I hope she got that. All right, so, we're back at the studio. I'm just kind of curious in general, like, what do you know about pagers? I've seen it in one episode of "Friends" when Ross got a pager when his kid was being born.
So, for, like, emergencies, right? – "Call me." – Important messages. – Yeah. – Something like that. So, I've been told that there's a certain thing called pager codes. Back in the day, people would send each other strings of numbers as a messaging system, – kind of like an early text. – A text message, okay. Marques: In codes. What we're gonna try to do is decode what sort of message we just received. We have the answers here, and we have our little – whiteboards here. – Feel like I'm back at school. We'll try to see if we can figure out, against each other, if one of us can get it right. You're going down. I mean, I'm not confident at all, so I– Me neither, so I don't know why I said that. I'm just gonna go ahead and give it a shot. – Ooh. – ( beeping ) – That's so loud. – Okay.
– Can you not? – And awful. – Sara: 707. – Oh, that's easy. Done. Yes. I finished that first. Yeah. Yeah. – Dang it! – But I got it first. Hold on, so you're telling me people in the '80s were the ones who came up with LOL? Yeah, that predated texting, I guess. – Wow. – Next page. Next page, please. ( beeping ) – I just want that to stop. – Mm-hmm. – 187. – Interesting. – 187. – Seven. I feel like these codes, there's so much more thought that's put into it than, like, LOL. – You're distracting me from my answer. – I'm so sorry. – Ready? – Yep. I'm the late one. And I got that by– when I turned it upside down, I got L-8-1. Yeah, this is truly horrible. What did you get? "I am hungry." – Like, "ate," food. – Yeah. And then I would probably text this to people.
But then, like, who is hungry? I got the text from an unknown– an unknown source is hungry. I don't think either of us is right. No, I don't think so either. All right. "I hate you. You're dead." – That's so mean. – "You're–" What? What? Sara: "Police code for murder." Why would anyone know that? "Uh, we got a 187 over here on Northwest Broadway Street." That's what people are paging each other? – Yep. – I guess it give me an appreciation for how creative you had to get to send a message.
– ( beeping ) – This is the last one. – This is the last page. – Yep. – Okay, one, dash. – Dash. I love how we want to do it at the same time. One– 1-177155-400. – So that's probably three words. – Ooh! – Do you know what it is already? – I have no idea. This is something you would page someone. I'm pretty sure I'm wrong. I just wrote this down as a bail-out answer because…
I am so unconfident. – Ready? – Yep. I picked the police codes category. I picked the turning it upside down, and the only thing I saw was "ill." – So, "I'm sick." – Ill? Where's "ill"? Oh, 177? – Wait. – That's "L-L-I." – I am just confused. – Upside down and backwards. – I am utterly confused. – So, look, we're both probably wrong. – Reveal! – This is the final answer. – "I miss you." – What? I miss you. I miss you? Oh! Wow. It was spelling it out right-ways. It was spelling it out. It was right in front of our face. The 177 makes an "M." – Now it's so obvious… – Yes. now that you can see the "M." But thank goodness for technology, because this is insane. Marques: I think we both learned what it was like – to have a pager in the '80s. – Yeah. It's kind of funny. This might even be further ahead of its time than the DynaTAC was, just because if you have a quick message you want to say, like, "Hey, you're dead to me," you might just make a little text message out of it instead of calling them up and saying it. Thank you for taking the journey with me.
Thank you so much, Marques. – I'm glad we did this. – Sara: Same. Marques: Of course, nowadays you can send texts and make phone calls on one device, but the ways in which we use our cell phonesare still evolving to this day, 40 years later. What is the legacy of the DynaTAC? And then what is the legacy of pagers? Lisa: Mobile phones are the most used electronic device in the world. Without the DynaTAC, without this idea that you wanted to take your phone calls with you, who knew if there would be the idea that we wanted to take everything else with us, too? Gerard: The DynaTAC created a new level of relationships. Relationship happens through connection, so the better you can create something that allows us to connect better is groundbreaking.
Michael: Compared to the DynaTAC, I think pagers have a less visible history, but they pioneered this era of text first. Nobody talks on phones anymore. Everyone texts, and pagers were the first embryonic form of that. Brad: The age breakdowns work as well, where it's, like, younger kids are just texting, and then our old parents always want to call us for no good reason. Today, we look at this and say, "What a brick." But you can't have our current information age without the technological innovation that the DynaTAC started. It's a massively important piece of history. Not just communication history– history. Marques: So, wow, this was such a fun one to throw back to, because this one I feel like is the legacy that I'm most familiar with. Before mobile phones, before this communication that has spread so far, the amount of people you could have a conversation with or could connect with at all was much more limited. But now that almost everyone can have some sort of mobile phone, it sort of shrinks the world, and allows you and everyone to communicate with more people than ever before at any other point in history. So thank you for your dedication, Dr.
Marty Cooper. Thank you, Motorola. Thank you, DynaTAC 8000X. And thank you for watching. Peace..
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Everyone in the mobile world now acknowledges the importance of industrial design as a competitive advantage. For a product to command a premium price, it has to look premium first. Samsung today arguably is the leader when it comes to making beautiful-looking phones but back in the day, almost 8 years ago to be exact, Sony was in fact ahead of Samsung in the design department. When Samsung was using plastic even in their flagship phones, Sony was releasing beautiful glass metal phones instead. The Xperia Z Ultra launched in 2013 is in my opinion the best-looking Sony phone ever made. The handset was huge measuring at 6.4" While calling a 6.4-inch device huge may seem ridiculous now, but back in the day, people had a different mindset about display sizes that were acceptable on a device that's designed to sit in your pocket. The device was also crazy thin at just 6.5mm and you could use any ordinary pen or pencil as a stylus.
Also, it offered water resistance when offering the feature wasn't even the norm. So the handset was unique in its own right but for some reason, Sony didn't bother to release a direct successor to the Xperia Z Ultra even though the handset was well received from the consumers. But it seems that may finally change as a well-known tipster on Weibo has indicated that Sony could be planning to release a follow-up to 2013's Xperia Z Ultra.
While there is not a lot of information to work with, it seems the Z Ultra may not have a tall 21:9 aspect ratio. Instead, it could be wider much like the original Z Ultra. If Sony is indeed working on this then I hope it's a proper flagship and not a mid-range handset. Xperia Z Ultra was the first Sony phone that I've owned and I absolutely loved it but the phone cracked in my pants pocket that wasn't meant to hold a cell phone just 2 months after I got the phone. So looking forward to what Sony has to offer with its successor. With that said, Sony keeps on losing money for years at this point. To be precise, ever since 2017 Sony's mobile division has been losing money year after year to the point a lot of experts were questioning, should Sony just up and quit completely? Turns out that not quitting was a good decision on Sony’s part.
This is because according to Sony’s latest earnings, the company’s Xperia division has actually made a profit for the first time in years. Sony announced that they made $254 million for the fiscal year 2020 that ended in March 2021. That’s the first time since 2017 that Sony hasn’t lost money through selling phones. Interestingly Sony actually sold fewer phones this time as you can see from the chart. But despite that, they made profits simply because they increased the average selling price of their phones by selling more flagships and they also cut the costs for producing and selling those phones. So unlike LG Sony isn’t ready to give up just yet and that's great news for the mobile industry which keeps consolidating into just a handful of major brands. Of course, do consider subscribing for all the latest tech news and as always I'll see you tomorrow…Peace out!.
sometimes calling a phone dumb can be a compliment especially if that's the kind of phone you are looking for this little guy i have on my desk today is called the light phone 2. and like usual we're going to find out if the light phone is a lightweight supposedly this is one of those simple minimalist phones that only do a few things so you can reduce the amount of time spent staring at a screen which of course is a healthy desire but the unhealthy part of all of this is that the light phones still cost 300 and i don't know about you but if i'm spending 300 on something it better do some things like more than one the phone itself is very small thin and well light let's get started you might have noticed by now that the light phone screen is a bit different instead of an amoled or lcd this guy is an e-ink display like an e-reader or a kindle meaning it has two colors black and white and a refresh rate of whenever i feel like it which is usually after a button press or something right off the bat i can tell the vibrator is pretty loosey-goosey see if you can hear it it's like a couple of rocks in a tin can it does have a full-blown cordy keyboard for sending text messages but no email or spell check it's got an alarm capability and even a few ringtones to choose from and that's about it no cameras no internet and probably no way of surviving what's coming but let's keep going the light phone 2 has that electronic paper e-ink screen that's just shy of 3 inches at first glance in first touch i thought the screen might be made of plastic which usually scratches at a level 2 or 3.
But it turns out that it's using a frosted roughed up glass layer that's acting like sandpaper to my most hardness tools you can see the markings at levels three four and five and these aren't scratches though just permanent dust streaks from my picks this means that the screen is still pretty resilient from actual physical damage but if left alone with your keys or coins it's going to get superficially scuffed up in a way that's difficult to clean there is no front-facing camera on the light phone too nor can it receive picture messages it's got the front proximity sensors and an earpiece grille below the glass and screen layer that won't be falling out on its own the sides of the phone are made from plastic [Music] along with the volume buttons that are placed on either side of the menu button you can see the screen flash white every now and then this is how the e-ink screen refreshes itself but i'll explain more about that in a second the top of the phone has a headphone jack and power button and there's a whopping total of one gigabyte of onboard storage for music we do have an unlocked sim card tray but no additional expandable memory one gig is all you get then down here at the bottom we have the blast from the past micro usb port which most smartphones started phasing out about three years ago and the back of the phone still has no camera and appears to be made from plastic the light logo on the back is a built-in part of the panel and won't be falling out on its own fun fact there's actually been a light bulb burning in livermore california almost non-stop for the past 117 years it's called the centennial light most of the wear and tear on light bulbs comes from turning them off and on and not just by leaving them lit led bulbs of course last about 50 times longer than a normal incandescent but still 117 years is very impressive congrats to livermore california speaking of lights let's talk about the screen we've never burned an e-ink display before each pixel only has two colors black and white and can flash back and forth between the two but the screen doesn't use power to maintain what state that pixel is left in like a normal amoled or lcd would it's kind of like an etch-a-sketch once it is that color it stays that color until it's refreshed you can see as i flip through the screens there's also a bright flash of all the pixels switching to their new orientation and sometimes there's a bit of ghosting from what was left on the screen before it but interestingly enough even after 50 seconds of burning the e-ink display appears to have no damage the faint ghosting you see over the entire screen is just one of those quirks of e-ink and doesn't have anything to do with the fire everything surprisingly still works thumbs up for that now realistically with a phone this small it will most likely always be in a front pocket but for kicks and giggles if you were ever to put it in your back pocket things might get a bit dangerous for both the phone and your bum as we can see the phone screen is indeed made of glass with cracks running along the entire surface and now only the bottom strip of the screen below that crack is still working the lifephone 2 does not survive the bin test it is interesting that the portion above the crack is still frozen in its last state before breaking the e-ink never had a chance to refresh or clear itself so it's just permanently in that position now and since we're already this far we might as well just see what else is inside this little guy now initially i thought the whole back housing might just pop off like we've seen on some other cheaper android phones and even though i was successful with my use of brute force this turned out to be the wrong way to open it up then i'll show you why in just a second with the plastic back housing forcibly removed we can see that the screen is glued to a battery and mid-frame sandwich and the correct way to take apart the phone would have been to remove the screen first with heat and gentle prying and then unscrew some screws it's interesting that even now with the e-ink screen completely detached from the phone it's still displaying its final frame even though both screen ribbons are ripped completely off i'll remove the two phillips head screws and unclip the ribbons just like a little lego one is for the display and the other is probably for the digitizer the back of the midframe sandwich has the battery this is gently adhered to the back of the motherboard and is 950 milliamp hours which is about three times the capacity of the apple watch i'll pop off the two black plastic end caps and then if we look closely we can see that there is a phillips head screw in each of the four corners and still attached to these screws is a gold threaded insert normally these inserts are embedded into the plastic frame and give something solid for the screw to grip onto when they're assembling the phone but since i manhandled it out of the housing with force instead of finesse it just wants to spin freely on the screw let's pretend i did all that ripping apart on purpose to show you what the screw inserts look like you know for educational purposes once all the inserts are pulled off the screws i can separate the mid frame from the motherboard it does have some copper sheeting on it which is nice i'm glad to see that the 300 are being put to good use got to keep the phone cool while the alarm clock goes off and the screen refreshes twice a minute this phone's working as hard as the white house during a pandemic good thing help is finally on the way the motherboard has the headphone jack front facing proximity sensors earpiece speaker on the back and the microphone and micro usb port down at the bottom and of course our lucy goosey coin style vibration motor in the plastic bit i mean i think the life phone is kind of a fun idea it can also be its own wi-fi hotspot and is definitely a step above the no phone and i also think that people really are addicted to their smartphones these days and we know that smartphones don't bring happiness so i guess if money isn't an issue and you have 300 bucks to burn you can always snag a light phone even if it'll probably only end up decorating your shelf 20 minutes after you fail your tech detox if you're really serious about wanting to cut back on doomsday scrolling though they still do sell flip phones for super cheap and maybe one of those is a better option either way though let me know what you think down in the comments come hang out with me on instagram and twitter unless of course you have a light phone and thanks a ton for watching i'll see you around
hi guys it's me again and finally I will manage to do the glitch video for injustice gods among goes to point 4.0 I was sending a message like three weeks ago when I got finally the glitch for this version but you see I didn't have a time to do it so finally today I got the time and I will show you how to do this glitch it is one of the best glitch so far it's very quickly and you're not gonna lose lots of money I will show you why but first thing what you need to know if this glitch gonna be a little bit harder for devices which are like 3 gig ram and it is very it's gonna be easier to do this glitch you if you have like 2 gig ram yeah first time when I found this glitch I was doing on the Samsung Note 4 and then I realized it's the phone is quite fast and that's why I bought this HTC m7 to do this glitch and when I bought this and I started doing this it was very very simple of course don't don't text me it's not gonna work or whatever dislike because you see if you have a device with 2 gig ram all over its gonna be easier if you get a like 3 gig ram nice phone like not for north for edge s6 s6 edge or m8 m9 it's gonna be difficult but still it's not impossible you still can do it i managed to do it so you can do it thats as well ok so please be patient practice more like when I was doing this glitch on under on the North fall when I found it first I was practicing like album maybe 2 hours so yeah bit more time no worries go outside take a fresh air and come back ok but first things what we need to do you need you need to go out well you don't need to go out if you're not in a game you need to go in developer of options if you don't know how to find the developer auction in your phone in your Android phone I will put a link in description below how to get a developer option ok so make sure you take a look that's video as well so basically what you need to do you're gonna develop developer options and you need to go we need to go here and search for transmission animation scale it's very important for you which you need to put like x 5 if you're gonna put x 1 or x 2 or whatever it's gonna be harder so please put x 5 okay that's the first thing so let's go back to the game ok next thing is very important as well you need to go in the settings options and turn off the music 1 okay because you need to hear the sound when the glitch is working I will show you just go to the store okay now what you need to do you see we're gonna do like a flick Ilic whatever you want to call you see there is my bronze booster pack and there is my Most Wanted booster puck and in Gotham Park whatever I'm gonna press but you see if I put my phone where was my bronze boost about I'm sorry man but if my bronze was about to see if I flip it over they're gonna be the most one to boost the puck okay that's what what we need to do so first thing you need to listen for the sound if you can't hear on your device just connect me through Wi-Fi or whatever some speakers when you can hear it properly because the sound is very important okay the next thing how the glitch works you see when you flip the phone yeah it's like a small delay like you know how milliseconds or whatever the thing is when you need what you need to do when it's start to flip you need to tap in the same location like in here you need to tap when you flip it you're still tapping I usually do like three three tops yeah it's enough but if you can't do with three tabs you can press you can tap more times okay at the moment it's gonna be quite hard for me because I got the camera on the side yeah but I'm still gonna try to do this glitch okay so let's see and of course very important listen for the sound you see if if the glitch is not working it sounds gonna be like this okay we'll see you soon fool ya sound gonna be like this yeah so it's like a long time but if the glitch gonna work it's gonna be the sound gonna be like multiple times like boom yeah I will show you okay let's try to do I'll try to do here because it's hard for me the cameras on the side but anyway okay let's try it is it did you hear the sound there was like boom yeah like multiple clients times when you buying this back see so we finally get yeah I'll try try again yeah like I said it's bit hard for me because I'm not in the right position to do this glitch here again yet the sound so that's what I'm saying it's very important to listening and of course yeah for this glitch if it works if I'm doing the bronze button if I'm doing if I'm try to getting the most most particles apart I will lose only 8k that's the best thing for this glitch only 8k for 600,000 K okay here again you had a sound but of course be patient because it's it's take a time yeah like for me when i when i found this glitch like I said it's I was practicing more than an hour okay so please don't text me it's not working or it's all blue Bashir it's working it's working on a fast devices and it's working in a slow devices of course is working much much better than slow devices on a tablet yeah like example I was trying to doing that on Samsung Galaxy Pro I couldn't do it because it was the screen is like rotating very why'd ya buddy wide and the same time it's loading very quick so I couldn't do that on the tablet but I managed to do it on the note 4 yeah but on this one HTC m7 it's just perfect okay so I hope you understand this glitch if you have any questions just let me know ok guys thanks for watching and peace
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8 secret phone settings you should try. There probably isn't a person now who hasn't gotten an absolutely indispensable smartphone in their pocket. However, there aren't many people out there who know about all the amazing things these devices are capable of. Today, we would like to end this vicious circle and tell you about eight fascinating features of Android. Setting #2 is our favorite. It'll keep your phone's battery going for longer. Number eight – control your smartphone with head movements. There are situations where you just have to use your gadget, but your hands are otherwise occupied, or it's just too cold outside to take your warm gloves off. However, there is a solution for this. After installing a free app called EVA facial mouse, You'll be able to control your Android device with movements of your head.
Sound impossible? Well, give it a try and see the result for yourself! Number seven – text-to-speech. Not only can you read this article, but you can also listen to it, if you have an Android device. So, if you prefer to hear incoming information, rather than see it, go to Settings, then Accessibility, and turn on the Text-to-speech output option. Number six – smartphone remote control. Just go to Settings, then Security, then Device administrators, and check the boxes next to Android Device manager. Remotely locate this device and allow remote lock and erase. Now if you'll lose your smartphone, you can locate it and block it without losing your data via a special website. Well, that's pretty cool. Number five – turning on guest mode.
If you'd like to give your phone to another person, yet keep your personal data confidential, use Guest mode. Swipe down from the top with two fingers and touch the user icon on the upper right. The "Add guest" icon will appear, and you'll be able to choose which actions the person handling your smartphone will be allowed to take. Number four – screen magnifier. People with poor eyesight often have no idea how much this feature can help them! Just go to Settings, Accessibility, Magnification gestures, then you'll be able to zoom in on any part of the display just by tapping it. Number three – hotspot mode. No, this is not going to show you where the best dance club is. It's about internet access! You needn't buy a separate 3G modem or a router to use the internet on different devices, because your smartphone can do this easily! Go to Settings, Tethering and portable hotspot, and turn on portable WLAN hotspot. That's it! Number two – the easiest way to save your battery power. If you choose a black or simple dark background for your screen, the automatic pixel highlighting will turn off, and you'll notice that your device keeps its charge for much longer.
This feature isn't available for all Android devices yet, but it's already implemented on most Samsung smartphones and tablets. Give it a try! and, number one – a secret game. Starting with Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Google puts a small secret present for users into all their devices. However, finding it may prove to be quite difficult. Here are instructions on how to do it, despite the odds. First, go to Settings, and choose About phone or About tablet. Quickly tap "Android version" several times, and when a small marshmallow shows up on the screen, quickly tap it again, and a special minigame will open! Haven't you found it yet? Well, what are you waiting for? Don't forget to hit the "like button" below the video, and click subscribe to join us on the bright side of life! Credits to Sea Gall for helping with the subtitles.