now let me start the video like this you and your friends are somewhere out nowhere or wherever and you don't have a free wireless LAN connection to your device but both they all want to use internet but only one of you have their internet package or paid for their internet package file meaning you for your internet data well that you can use your sim card whatever and go into the internet whatnot I'm gonna show you how you both can use Internet even so one of you doesn't even like I said have a wireless LAN connection and you me sword and package recharge now I'm gonna use the tablet right here as an example device this doesn't even has a SIM card in it and nor is Wireless LAN home same thing right here I'm gonna use the mobile data package file so this one is charge running slowly because already downed the bits and data but I'm also not gonna have a wireless LAN in here so what you're gonna do is with the device that you are actually running the mobile data package on you just go into settings find tethering and portable hotspot this smack this on on the other device you will have to find its connection in this case its Android AP so right here we are going to search for the Android AP connection this is the one right here so I'm gonna use this it wants me to enter a password so I'm gonna go ahead and do this it tells you everything right here here's your password so let's just go ahead type this M hdzm 8 5 1 3 and hit connect alright now you just remember you have to put on your mobile data and then assume both are successfully connected one device will say connect it to portable and you have the small little icon on top your navigation bar right there then you can just go ahead with the other device go into the internet um my package data is drained to its limit so it takes forever to load right now we can't go ahead try like does this load a little bit faster normally this should be empty saying it can't be connected we hope this is gonna go a little bit faster than anything else it always depends how much gig up by the one person has with new mobile data and you can do this anywhere as long you have mobile data connection it doesn't matter if you're in the middle of desert if you're on top of the mountain I don't know we're in class or in your office whatever you are middle of the city it doesn't matter as long as you have a connection somewhere with the mobile data now this took a while like I said I am my mobile app has drained to its limits but has you seen it's loading up the page normally wouldn't do that if this wouldn't be on so let me just show you so let me just turn this off and now if I open up a new window I should start gonna complain there you go and this is how would complain if the connection wouldn't be established since I just turned it off obviously so you've seen it work to nice right here I'm Brian from pocket I thanks for watching I hope this quick tutorial was useful for you and just give me some thumbs up and Lex feel free to share my tutorial on other videos and check out more on my channel thanks for watching and enjoy I talk to you in the next video you
when you have had a smartphone for a while it can start to feel slow and RAM that is the random access memory can be the issue now Ram is the place where your device towards temporary files and resources and when a program needs something rather than pulling it all the way from the memory it quickly pulls out those files from the RAM giving you a smoother and a seamless user experience with that devices with more RAM can store more data hence are smoother even while playing demanding games or while doing heavy multitasking and devices with low RAM even struggles while doing rudimentary things like browsing the internet or while watching a video the same is the case with any form of computer but unlike computers where you can physically add as much RAM as you need on smartphones the RAM is proprietary and cannot be physically added or removed without blowing the whole thing out but since your device memory the memory that you use to store data is quite similar to your RAM as it also stores data although at a quite slow rate which means you can turn a small portion of a SD card or a device memory into RAM and this is known as virtually creating RAM for your device so I am a hostage game let's make some RAM so in order to expand your RAM you will need three things number 1 a class 4 or higher SD card I strongly recommend using a class 6 a class 10 SD card as faster the SD card better will be the overall performance number 2 a rooted android device if a device is not rooted or if you don't know what route is check the links in the description and get your device rooted number 3 can app from Play Store called as row soft Ram expander which will make the process much simpler now rosa flam expander is a paid app on Play Store and for the money it's totally worth it but before you go ahead and make the investment click the second link under the thumbs up button and install this free app called as memory info and swap file check it will tell you whether your device is compatible for AM expansion or not so install this V app from the Play Store then tap on the row soft Ram expand the test tab on the bottom then select your SD card location and after the test is completed therefore results if a window saying congratulations pop up then you're good to go if not then try it again still if you get no congratulation pop-up then your device kernel probably does not supports Ram expansion and your money is safe or you can give it a shot if it fails then you can always ask for an app refund within two hours of purchasing this app and get your money back from Play Store so there's nothing to lose so get the RAM expander app from the Play Store and open it up make sure that your device is connected to the internet don't forget to grant the root permissions to this app and straight up you'll see a bunch of options and numbers you can either manually configure each one of these settings individually or you can simply tap on the optimal value button and the app will automatically configure all the values based on your device and with that 90% of the work is done now the only thing that you're gonna configure is the swap file slider here from here you can select the amount of RAM that you want to create the app will automatically set it to a maximum Ram value that your device can stably support which is 3gb in my case I'll not recommend you going above the optimal value so let's set it to an even 1gb of RAM as we don't need anything above that you can also set it to as low as 400 MB of RAM or you can go as high as 4gb of but according to me 1gb on top of your existing hardware RAM is more than enough for any activity on your device so let's go ahead and do a quick rundown number one open the app number two granted with permissions and make sure that the internet is turned on number three tap on the optimal value button number four select the amount of RAM that you want to create and don't go above the optimal value after that you'll need to tap on the swap active button at the top and it'll ask you to select two external sd card location you can also try the internal SD card or internal memory if it worked for you to let me know in the comments below that's how it's d card out of it 17 GB is free although we only need 1 GB of space let's go ahead and select that and then tap on the swap active button again and the swapping process will begin now depending on the amount of RAM you want to create it can take between 2 to 15 minutes and it's almost done if everything goes right it should look something like this let's close that and upon sliding down your notification tab you'll find a new info bar showing the amount of expanded RAM that you just have created originally I had 2 GB of RAM on my device plus one more extra GB of RAM that we have just created with a total of around 3 GB of RAM which means woohoo it did work and on a final note the amount of RAM that you have just created will not be reflected in your device application manager as it's a virtual RAM not a hardware based Ram but it will function similar to your internal Ram so earlier when a device on a certain app needed more RAM and there was simply not enough RAM the app or the game slowed down or lagged a lot due to insufficient RAM but now after expanding aram when a device needs more RAM the virtual RAM or the vram that you have just created will be utilized giving you a smoother experience than before now one really basic thing that you should understand is that there are several other factors like CPU frequency number of cores cache memory app optimization for your device background activities and RAM that affects the speed and performance of your device which means RAM alone cannot speed your device but it will help apps which require more to run faster on your device that's how ROM work however you won't see a huge boost in performance in daily activities and apps that uses less RAM as your hardware Ram will pretty much do the job so while playing low-end games on high-end devices with sufficient RAM you won't see any boost in performance however you'll definitely notice a significant improvement in speeds and performance especially while playing high-end games on low-end devices or devices with low amount of RAM and that's enough knowledge for today if you found this video to be helpful interesting and if you got to learn something new today please give this video a thumbs up that really helped me a lot and do subscribe if you want to watch more interesting videos like these until then I'm your host head care from de Android guy signing out and I hope you guys have a great day peace
The Razer Phone has survived my durability
test and now it's time for the teardown and review from the inside. We had a vote over on my Twitter yesterday
to name our new little mouse friend, and out of the suggestions in my last video came Mousey
McMouse Face, Mr. “Moh'se”, and Jerry (from Tom & Jerry) ended up winning though. Good choice. I like that name. Let's call him Mr. Jerry Moh'se, and I just
hope he survives the teardown. Let's get started. [Intro] Since there are no visible external screws
on the Razer Phone, the only logical explanation is that they are hidden under the plastic
speaker grills. And as with most adhesive, this stuff gets
softer as you heat it up. I'll take a thin pry tool, or in this case,
a razor blade, and pry up that bottom plastic grill exposing a few screws. I'll repeat the process with the top grill
by warming it up and putting my razor into the Razer and razoring it around a little
The camera lenses come off with that top plastic. I'll try to find replacements for these and
link them in the description. But since this isn't a super mainstream phone,
it might be difficult. I'll pull the SIM card tray out just in case
that's important. And then there are 6 screws at the bottom,
a combination of Phillips and T5 screws. There are another 4 screws up at the top;
one T5 and the rest are Phillips head. Getting the screen out of the frame was a
little bit easier than I anticipated.
It's held in place with friction and a few
small clasps. So with a little leverage at the bottom of
the screen and some gentle persuasion, the whole thing can pop up and out of the phone
body…way easier than the OnePlus 5T. Already we can see some pretty interesting
things inside this Razer Phone, but we need easier access to get a better look. There are a billion different sized screws
in here, so I am going to keep things organized. I'll detach the screen ribbon cable first
by unscrewing the metal bracket connector – it's a Phillips head. And I'll peel back some of the metallic shielding
over those connectors. First thing to unplug is the massive battery,
and then the screen ribbon. And now that the screen's free, let's look
at this massive heat pipe. This might be the biggest heat pipe I've ever
seen in a cellphone. It's also got the thermal paste right over
the top of the copper so the heat dissipation will be more efficient between the copper
and the processor. Under the black tape there's another sheet
of copper thermally adhered to the copper below it.
More copper is always a good thing. The adhesive only sticks one time though,
so I'll just, um, put that off to the side and it's good as new. This is the screen component, the 120 Hertz
IPS beast of a display this phone is known for. If you manage to break yours unfortunately,
I'll try to have some replacements linked in the video description for you. So far it's been a pretty straightforward
replacement. Now let's get that gigantic battery out. I'll unclip the fingerprint scanner cable
from the motherboard. And then on the other side of the phone I'll
remove the two screws holding down the volume ribbon bracket. I'll set that off to the side and then unclip
the volume button connector just like a little Lego. This battery does have the magical pull tabs
thankfully. And Razer was nice enough to give us a big
enough tab to actually grab and pull on. [Stretching rubber sounds] But wait, there's more. [Stretching rubber sounds] Unfortunately there was some premature decapitation,
and now I have to commence the Pry of Shame.
But still, pretty simple to replace the battery
in this thing. A 4000 milliamp hour Razer branded powerhouse
which is over twice the capacity of the iPhone 8. Pretty impressive. Now for the charging port and vibration motor. This is where things get a little more complicated. There are a total of 7 screws holding this
thing down, with a few golden frame attachments to that plastic antenna line. I'll disconnect and peel back that charging
port ribbon from the motherboard and remove the signal wires, and then the whole thing
can come free. The USB-C charging port has a little bit of
rubber around the tip, but remember that this phone has no water resistance, so be careful. Now for that vibration motor. In most smart phones we find an eccentric
rotating mass motor, or circular coin vibrators, but Razer has stuck in a taptic vibrator,
similar to what we've seen on the iPhones, but a fraction of the size.
It's incredibly small. Marquez was complaining about his vibrator
being trash. [Marquez] Sounds broken. But it sounded that way out of the box since
day one. And now we can see why. It's barely even there. I assume Razer is making up for it's small
size by overpowering the itty-bitty guy and getting that blown out rattling sound like
you would with a speaker. Apparently size matters when it comes to vibrators. The bottom loudspeaker is on the other side
of the phone and it's pretty interesting. Once again, no waterproofing, but the speaker
cone is made from rubber, kind of like what we saw in the Apple Airpods. So even if moisture does get into the speaker,
it won't distort or blow easily, and will wear out less with time. It's nice of Razer to put quality speakers
inside of their phone. I'll toss the loudspeaker with it's golden
contact pads back into the frame and make my way up to the top of the motherboard. The dual camera system is hidden under that
I'll peel that up and unscrew the one screw
holding down the metal bracket over the connectors. It's a weird bracket with a little rubber
doohickey keeping it from popping out on one side. The cameras themselves can unplug like little
Legos, and there are 2 screws holding the whole thing down. One screw is tucked up underneath the camera
connector. This is not the most organized phone I've
ever been inside, but it's still not as bad as the old HTC's. Neither the regular camera lens nor the telephoto
camera have OIS, which is unfortunate.
Optical image stabilization is pretty important
when it comes to cameras and taking video. There is no side-to-side hardware stabilizing
that we've seen on other major high-end flagships. There are 5 more screws holding down the gold
antenna line brackets to the motherboard, and then one more screw hidden next to the
front-facing camera. The whole motherboard can lift up and away
from the phone body after that. The 8 megapixel front facing camera is removable
if you're into that kind of thing. Also, one more cool thing is that the front
earpiece looks like it's the same size as the bottom speaker, so there will be equal
sounds coming from both ends of the phone. It's just oriented in a different direction. The top speaker also has that same durable
long lasting rubber cone that we talked about earlier. And now it's time to see if our little mouse
buddy is still alive. I'll get all those golden antenna line brackets
back into place with those 6 motherboard screws. There's another 2 screws specifically to hold
down the rear cameras. I'll get that silver bracket situated with
it's one screw and funky white little rubber pad thing, and make my way down to the bottom
of the phone.
The charging port goes in with it's gold antenna
line brackets and 6 screws. And the long extension cable can run up along
the frame to the top and plug into the motherboard. I'll tuck that massive battery back into place,
and get this silver bracket with it's two screws back over the volume button ribbon. The fingerprint scanner Lego-like connection
is next, and then I'll toss that metallic tape back on over the cameras and SD card
slot. I do like saving the battery connector for
last to be safe. So we'll get the screen lined up and plugged
in, and then the battery. The metal bracket goes over the top of all
those connectors with it's one screw to hold it down tight. Getting the screen lined up and pressed down
was easy enough. The kink near the power button from my bend
test didn't mess me up too much.
Since I am working with glass though, I was
pretty gentle and careful getting it back into place. Cracking the screen at this point would be
incredibly unfortunate. And it looks like everything still works. This phone is currently available on Amazon
right now, so I'll leave a link for that in the description along with all the parts and
tools I used during this video. Hopefully you never break yours, but accidents
happen. I'll get all the screws back into the frame
and unfortunately, the speaker grills are not going to go back into place nicely.
Once they've been peeled off, the adhesive
is not reusable. I'll probably try some double sided tape at
some point, or just wait till I can find some replacements. Jerry Mouse is glad he survived the teardown
and thanks you all for his new name. Come hang out with us on Twitter. Jerry and I thank you a ton for watching and
we'll see you around..
The thing that I like about Android is there can be so many
different kinds of phones, just a lot of weird choices. But lately, it seems like
there are really only two choices, at least in terms of screen size. There's regular and there's extra large, which is why I was so excited
to try this phone right here, the Sony Xperia 1. I mean, just look at this good tall boy. It's got a 21:9 aspect ratio, which makes it relatively
narrow and super, well, tall. I think it's a fascinating phone, and it's way nicer than
I expected it to be. But I don't think it can
really justify its $950 price. Let me tell you why. Now, a lot of people would
like to have a big-screened phone, but they're put off by
how big these phones feel.
And that's the reason I like the Xperia 1. It has a big screen, there
is no doubt about it. It's 6.5 inches. But it's quite a bit narrower
than this OnePlus 7 Pro here. So you get the benefits of
seeing more stuff on your screen, like on the web or on Twitter, without the drawback of
feeling like you have a big honking glass slab you can barely wrap your fingers around. This phone is also really good if you like to do split-screen apps, which… I don’t know, I guess
people still do that. I never do. Anyway, it's nicer to hold, but that doesn't make
it a one-handed phone by any stretch of the imagination.
You're still going to need
to use your second hand to reach the top of the screen. Sony has a couple of
software tricks that help with how tall this phone is, but neither of them are great. You can double tap the home button to make a smaller version of the screen. Or there's this other thing with… Er, wow. What are you
doing there, Chuckles? Huh. Sorry, let's back up. Or you're supposed to be able to tap either side of the screen or swipe on it to do other stuff. It's called Side Sense,
and it kind of sucks. I can never get it to
work when I want it to, and it pops up all of the time when I don't want it to.
Now the reason that Sony
says it made this phone at this weird, tall aspect ratio is for watching movies, and Sony says that it
has a 4K HDR OLED screen. It also has, quote, “professional
level color reproduction.” So it can be in the DCI-P3 color gamut. It can also be in the BT.2020 color space if you care about that. And it has the D65 white point. There's this whole “Creator Mode” thing. Basically, Sony is
trying to make this phone appeal to people who really
care about video quality, both watching it and recording it. But Sony, the thing is, if you're going to do that, this screen should get way brighter. It is way more dim compared
to other OLED screens. Anyway, yeah, I will say
watching a 21:9 movie on this phone with its Dolby
stuff, without letterboxing or weird camera cutouts, is great. But the truth is that most
of the video that I watch is not 21:9.
It’s stuff on YouTube, and so I still end up
having big black bars on the left or the right. Or, if I expand it full screen, I end up cutting off people's heads. Now, I do think this phone is pretty good from a build quality perspective. It's got Gorilla Glass and IP68. It's got some bezels,
but they're not too big, and it's just nice to hold. But, you know, of course
there's no headphone jack. But there's no getting around how it being this tall
makes it really awkward. It's so tall, it couldn't
fit in my pocket. I was sitting down, and it just slid right out of my pocket and clattered on the concrete, which is why there are dings on the edges of the
phone on our review unit, which is sad. The buttons are also awkward.
They're all on the right side of the phone and, I don’t know, the fingerprint sensor is separate from the power
button for some reason. And sometimes it gets a little dirty and you have to wipe it off
before it will actually work. I do like that there is
a dedicated camera button. But overall, when I'm
trying to use this phone, I just end up hitting the wrong button, like, all of the time.
On the back, there are
three 12-megapixel cameras. There's a regular, a 2X
telephoto, and a wide. Sony put some nice optical
image stabilization on the main lens, and you know what? Finally, Sony has made
a phone with a camera that's pretty good. It's not quite as good as a Pixel 3 or a OnePlus 7 Pro to my eyes, but it's finally respectable.
I do wish that the
telephoto was more than 2X, but the wide angle one, it's really fun. I kind of love it. But I don't love Sony's camera software. The wide angle thing makes you pick between prioritizing image
quality or distortion. The auto made doesn't do HDR by default, and there's just a bunch of other settings that just really look
and feel kind of silly. Anyway, let's get into the results of what I actually get
out of these lenses. I think that Sony
prefers leaving detail in, even though that also
leaves in a bunch of noise. It also doesn't do as
aggressive HDR as I would like unless you have to, you
know, manually turn it on.
But the thing that did surprise me is that even though there's
no dedicated night mode, sometimes it actually
really nails it anyway, even if it's incredibly dark. Now, you can shoot 4K, and
that's one of the reasons this phone exists. And so Sony also
included a Cinema Pro app that lets you really dial
in all these manual settings for shooting 4K video. Unfortunately, the 8-megapixel camera on the front is junk.
It's really not good. I don't know, man. If this phone didn't cost $950, I'd probably be a little
bit less nit-picky, but you know what? It does. So I am. In terms of software and performance, I actually don't have a ton of complaints. It's a fairly clean version of Android 9 with just a few bells and whistles. It has a Snapdragon 855 processor so it's fast, and there's 6GB of RAM, which is decent, but not stellar. I am a little bit grumpy that there's only one storage option:
128GB of storage. If you're going to want more, and especially if you're
going to want to shoot 4K, you're going to need to expand it. And you can because there's
a microSD card slot. Battery life is
average-ish for big phones. I'm getting over four hours of screen time, and it's lasting through a day, but there's only a 3,300mAh battery in here, and I kind of feel like that's not enough.
I would be happier with that if there was wireless
charging on this phone. But no, there's not. It does do fast charging, but one neat thing Sony does is it won't fast-charge when it knows that you’re charging overnight, which helps with the overall
life span of the battery, which means it should last longer, a year or two for now — at least in theory. Now, after all that, if you're still interested in this phone, you should also know
that Sony as a company has kind of been deemphasizing phones since it hasn't been
really successful with them in the past few years.
And that kind of makes sense, and I also think it makes sense for Sony to try something new and move into this niche
of making tall boys, like this guy right here. Now, of course, you can spend less money and get a better phone
like the OnePlus 7 Pro, but what you can't get is any other phone in this tall aspect ratio, so I like the idea of this form factor. I think that it should exist in
the world of Android phones. So I'm glad that Sony's
trying to make 21:9 happen. But I don't know that I'd
recommend this particular phone to anybody. If you really, really,
really love the tall screen or you really love what
Sony does with video, then maybe.
But there's no getting around the fact that this is an expensive phone. For $950, I expect more,
and you should, too. Hey, thank you for watching. Do you want a tall phone? Let me know in the comments below. Also, if you're wondering if
there are other tall phones, we did review the Xperia 10 last month. It's kind of the same idea but cheaper and also, it's really bad for a whole other set of reasons.
But if you want to see a
review of a good big phone, click here..
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