Here’s a quick tip. One of the number one mistakes that people make is this, what is this? This is pinching to zoom on your phone, no matter what phone you have, whether it has optical zoom or it doesn’t, one of the worst things that you can do is do digital zoom, you’re losing megapixels there, which means you’re going to lose quality. How do you solve this? Simple. You move your feet, you move forward, you move back, you get your composition right and that’s how you start doing this which is digital zoom.
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The Galaxy S8, the newest infinity displayed flagship from Samsung. But what happens when that display breaks? This thing already passed my durability test with flying colors. Now it’s time to see what this thing is made of, and what it looks like on the inside. Let’s get started. [Intro] There are no visible screws along the outside, which is pretty normal for Samsung these days. It does make the phone slightly harder to repair, but not impossible. The process I am demonstrating is going to be pretty much the exact same for both the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus. But the replacement parts are going to be different.
I’ll have those linked separately in the description. I’ve warmed up the back of the phone with my heat gun or hair dryer until it’s just barely too hot to touch. Then I can stick a thin metal pry tool between the metal frame and the glass of the phone. Lift it up just high enough to slip a playing card or business card inside, and that will help you get around that curve without breaking anything.
If you need replacement backs, or if you break yours during your repair, they are pretty inexpensive so don’t stress out too much. After slicing through both sides, I’ll slip my green pry tool in to hold the glass up and keep it from resealing itself onto the phone body. The rest of the adhesive will be easy to cut away after that. Remember it’s important not to go too deep inside of the phone because there is important stuff under there that can be punctured, like the wireless charging or the battery. So stick around the edges. Once the back glass is free, we can see the fingerprint scanner up along the top. It’s still attached to the real panel. The first interesting thing that we find is all the warnings on the battery. You got normal stuff like don’t burn, don’t puncture, avoid extreme temperatures. And then you get this no dogs allowed sign. Like, I’m not a dog person myself, but I don’t advocate pet discrimination either.
Are cats and goldfish okay? I don’t really understand the rules anymore and Samsung just kind of made it weird. There are 14 screws holding down the first layer of guts. The circle-y thing is the wireless charging. We cut open one of these on the What’s Inside YouTube channel. The copper wires coil up to receive power through inductance, and then pass that power through the battery into these pins on the motherboard. Pretty sweet technology. Apple will probably invent this technology in the future for one of their next iPhones. So that’s something for iPhone users to look forward to. The battery disconnects from the motherboard easy enough, but there are no magical pull tabs underneath like we’ve seen on some other phones, so it’s time to use brute force.
I’ll use the rounded end of my metal pry tool, taking extreme care not to slice or puncture the battery. I also took special care not to use a dog at any point during this procedure since that’s one of Samsung’s battery requirements. The battery does look pretty cool. It’s got a 3000 milliamp capacity, and it even has a see-through area up at the top for the protection circuit that I talked about during my Note 7 video. The clear plastic on the battery makes me want a clear phone even more. It’s also cool that the inside of the phone is the same color as the outside – just like what we saw with the red iPhone that I took apart a few weeks ago. The loud speaker is the next piece to come out. It’s got a little water damage indicator down at the bottom. Remember, these phones are water resistant and not water proof.
It still has those golden contact points where it receives it’s power and signal from the phone. Before we can remove the charging port, we have to take out the main board. I’ll start disconnecting the wire cables at the bottom; there are three of those. Then the screen ribbon unsnaps like a little Lego from the side of the motherboard. After that I’ll move up to the front sensor array ribbon cable, and the front facing camera ribbon connector. And then, you know, there’s the SIM card tray that I should have removed before we started. At the base of the motherboard there’s a Lego connector for the charging port, but it’s on the underside of the board making things a little more complicated than it should be. I’ll give you a better view of that in just a second. Now that the motherboard is out, we have the plastic Samsung heat pipe.
This helps keep the processor cool since copper is a better conductor of heat than aluminum is. The thermal transfer away from the processor is more efficient than with copper. Now the rear 12 megapixel camera has it’s own Lego-like connection on the motherboard. I’ll snap that off and push the camera through the board. This is definitely replaceable. Just for kicks and giggles I’ll pull out the front facing camera as well. This little guy is attached to the iris scanner. If you look at the rear camera, you can see it move around inside of the frame. This is called the OIS, or optical image stabilization. I’ll show you more of how this works in just a second. On the front camera unit, the iris scanner is solid and normally the front facing camera is solid as well, but this one has movement. Samsung didn’t advertise having stabilization on this front camera, but it looks like they might have been playing around with the idea of adding it.
OIS takes image quality to the next level so it would be pretty awesome if they did. I’ll tuck that front facing camera back into the frame and clip the rear camera back into place as well. Let’s take a look at that earpiece speaker. Remember, during my durability test I complained that the grill size was way smaller on the new S8 than it was on the older S7.
It turns out that the internal speakers are pretty much the same size. If anything, the S8 might even be a little bit larger of a speaker, so no worries there. Since the speaker does sit a little lower than the actual earpiece slot, this channel directs the sound out of the hole in the front. This sensor array at the front is all connected with this ribbon cable. And the volume and Bixby buttons are all connected with these golden contact pads.
The round vibrator has it’s own two contact pads. And the power button is built the same way – two little contact pads resting up against the motherboard. Now for the bottom of the phone. The headphone jack is very easily replaceable, just one little screw to hold it in place. And it has the same little Lego style ribbon connector connecting it to the charging port board. You can see the little rubber seal around the headphone jack to help keep the water out. There are 5 more screws holding the charging port board to the frame. And here is the charging port itself. Incredible nice that we don’t have the front capacitive button reach around that we saw in the Galaxy S6- that was a nightmare. The charging port is pretty standard. It’s got the USBC port and the little microphone off to the side.
This phone is actually pretty easy to work on once you get inside that glued shut back glass. From the exterior you can see that there is metal all around the edge of the phone, but now that we have the guts taken out and the internals of the S8 exposed, we can see that it’s the same hunk of metal throughout the entire device which fully explains the rigidity of the phone. Metal is pretty solid. There’s a little slot in the frame for the screen ribbon to poke through. Speaking of the screen, replacing a cracked display is not cheap or easy with a Samsung. For one, it’s glued into place. And two, the curved AMOLED panels are pretty expensive. I’ll have the current pricing linked in the video description for you. Since the screen is glued in, the old display is essentially sacrificed in the removal process. Once it is heated up and removed, similar to how we did the back panel, just feed the new screen ribbon through the metal frame of the phone and plop it down into place.
I did this with the Galaxy S7 teardown if you’re interested in seeing the exact process. Since this screen is not broken though, I’ll leave it intact. And I’ll talk about a few ways to protect your phone towards the end of the video. Assembling the phone is a piece of cake. Charging port gets tucked back into place along with the headphone jack. This is a pretty great use of space, Samsung. There are 6 screws holding down all the components.
Then get those round wires tucked into the grooves along the metal frame. Now the charging port is connected at the base of the motherboard which is normal for Samsung, but strange to the rest of us. I’ll plug that in before setting the rest of the motherboard into place making sure there are no ribbons or connections stuck underneath the board as it goes down. I’ll clip in the front sensor array, and then the iris scanner and front facing camera. There are those 3 signal wires down at the bottom of the motherboard. The circular heads are pretty fragile so make sure you are gentle as you press them into place. And finally the screen ribbon snaps into place like a little Lego. The loud speaker is next. It’s easiest to snap the plastic into the metal frame from the bottom edge first. And the last thing we plug in is the battery. This is for the phone’s own protection. Normally you’ll want to put adhesive under the battery as well.
And you should definitely not turn your phone on at this point, but I kind of want to show you something cool, so I’m going to do it anyway. Remember the camera stabilization I talked about earlier? Here it is in action. The camera is turned on right now and the phone hardware is physically stabilizing the camera image to compensate for the shakiness or the movement of my hands.
Huge thumbs up for that. It’s seriously one of the best features you can have in a smart phone, and not every phone comes with this kind of hardware stabilizing. I think it’s pretty sweet. I check the front camera, but it doesn’t look like there is any kind of movement or stabilizing in the lens. So while Samsung might have considered adding OIS on that front camera, it’s definitely not enabled at the moment.
Now the phone is turned off again. I will set the wireless charging into place and get all 14 screws screwed in. And finally I can clip in the fingerprint scanner ribbon. This is a tedious process that reminds me a lot of the iPhone 5s. I maybe could have popped the fingerprint scanner out of the back glass and set it into place on the inside, but I wanted to keep that seal with the back glass as tight as possible, and my green tool worked just fine. The best kind of repair is the one you don’t have to do. The best way to keep your phone from breaking in the future is to protect it with a case or a skin.
A naked phone is just asking for trouble. A skin, like the one you see here from dbrand, goes a long way for adding grip, keeping that phone scratch free, and adding a raised surface around the camera lens for a little extra protection. I’ll toss a link in the description for you. And thanks to dbrand for supporting this video. Hopefully it will save people money when they break their phones in the future. If you want to check out a few other projects I’m working on, Instagram and Twitter have all my behind the scenes. And let me know if you were successful in repairing your own phone. Thanks a ton for watching! I’ll see you around..
DJI Mini 2 can connect directly to mobile devices via Wi-Fi allowing users to download photos and videos to their mobile device Through DJI Fly without the need of a remote controller Users can enjoy faster and more convenient downloads with a transmission rate of up to 20 MB/s Power on the aircraft and wait until the self-diagnostic test of the aircraft is complete Press and hold the QuickTransfer button for two seconds to switch to QuickTransfer mode The front LED will slowly blink blue before pulsing blue once mode switching is successful Make sure Bluetooth and Wi-Fi are enabled on your mobile device and a prompt will automatically appear to connect to the aircraft Tap Connect.
Once successfully connected Note that when connecting a mobile device to the aircraft for the first time you need to press the QuickTransfer button to confirm Make sure that the aircraft is connected to your mobile device via the remote controller and the motors have not started Enable Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on the mobile device As you enter Playback in the DJI Fly app on your mobile device tap the QuickTransfer icon on the upper right corner to access the files on the aircraft and download at high speed.
hey everyone this is creative today I want to show you how you can enable your Android device as a free Wi-Fi hotspot device without the need of routing or paying your cell phone carrier it's a free application that apparently was just uploaded to the Android Market a few days ago anyways just go ahead and go through the our Android Market type in Foxfire just like that alright you can go ahead and open it check the box that says activate Wi-Fi hotspot alright and once you have that look for your network name mine happens to be Android 0 3 okay and then it's right there see Android 2 0 3 go ahead and connect and test it out see – so you can see that it works ok connected and it works and amusing the internet connection from my phone interesting as you can see it works it's very simple to use it's quick you don't have to root your phone you don't have to pay your cell phone provider to use your device as a mobile hotspot and the only bad thing is that unfortunately it won't work with any HCC device or the first Motorola Droid phone it should work with most Motorola phones or LG or Samsung phones alright so yeah that's it for today please subscribe like my video and comment down below till the next time
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
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NOW YOU HAVE TO OPEN YOUR MOBILE NOTIFICATION. AFTER OPENING MOBILE NOTIFICATION. NOW YOU CAN SEE AN OPTION OF CAST OR WIRELESS DISPLAY, NOW TURN ON THAT AFTER TURNING ON. NOW OPEN SETTING NOW YOU HAVE TO SELECT YOUR TELEVISION, WHICHEVER TELEVISION YOU ARE USING. YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE THAT SO AS YOU CAN SEE OUR TELEVISION IS NOW CONNECTED WITH OUR MOBILE PHONE SO FRIENDS, IF YOUR TELEVISION DON'T HAS OPTION OF WIRELESS DISPLAY THEN YOU HAVE TO PURCHASE THIS ANYCAST DEVICE. I HAVE GIVEN PURCHASING LINK OF THIS DEVICE IN VIDEO DESCRIPTION THE LINK GIVEN IN VIDEO DESCRIPTION, YOU CAN DIRECTLY PURCHASE THIS ANYCAST DEVICE THEN FRIENDS, YOU HAVE TO PLUGIN THIS ANYCAST DEVICE IN YOUR TELEVISION'S HDMI PORT. THEN YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THAT SAME STEPS, WHICH I HAVE ALREADY SHOWN YOU IN THIS VIDEO.
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Friends , in this video we will know Instead of showing 1 timezone in our phone clock how can we set 2 clocks of different timezone of different country on our phone home screen & lock screen When we come to abroad we need time of that country as well as our country . so by using this technique you can add the time zone of that country and own country at some place for this you don't have to carry a costly watch or two phones . you can do it in a single phone and interesting part is this setting is already available in your android phone . you have to enable it only . then 2 clocks will be added to your home screen and lock screen in this video i will tell about this trick my name is babilan pradhan you are watching break time tech , let's break the technology Now you can see there is no clock screen in our homescreen First we have to add a clock here Tap the home screen for some time here in the widget option choose any clock After that you can see there is a clock is added to our screen click on DONE Now here we have to add 2 clock of different different country this clock is showing the Indian standard Time .
And we will add for another country First go to setting click on additional setting click date and time then scrool the screen down there is a option named Dual clock now we will enable it Then we will choose the region or country that we needed we can also choose the world cup country time zone so here we choose Bangladesh Next here we can see 2 clocks are added to our screen one is of Odisha , India and anouther is of Dhaka , Bangladesh 5:08 in India 8:38 in Dhaka In this way you can add 2 clocks in your home screen and lock screen in your android device .
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The DJI MIMO APP provides rich creative functions, allowing you to take full control over shooting details and unlock more possibilities for your experience with DJI Pocket 2. Connect DJI Pocket 2 to your smartphone with the smartphone adapter, and the DJI MIMO APP will launch automatically and display the camera view of the gimbal. You can slide up and down on the right side of the interface to choose shooting mode. tap the flip icon to switch the camera between facing forward and backward. tap the re center icon to re center the gamble. Tap the shutter button to start or stop taking photo or video Frame the subject and the gimbal will enable ActiveTrack to follow the subject. You can tap the Gimbal Settings icon and select Slow Follow or Fast Follow and choose between Tilt Locked,Follow and FPV mode.
Tap the Playback icon to preview photos and videos as soon as they are captured. Move the Virtual Joystick left and right to control the pan axis,and up and down to control the tilt axis. Tap the Back icon once to return to the main interface. Tap the Quality icon to set shooting parameters. Tap the Settings icon to adjust various parameters in the current shooting mode. You can also enable the PRO mode to perform more settings. .
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