Street Fighter II (mobile phone) playthrough

By popular request… … it's Street Fighter II, for mobile phones! Okay, only person requested this one… … and it was my good buddy Rage Quitter 87, and who am I to deny a pal's request? Have you seen his website? If you haven't, jeez, you're missing out. Either way, this little beauty NEEDS to be shown off. It's such a strange, unique little title. Well, that's one way of summarising Street Fighter II. But yeah, porting Street Fighter to a mobile phone. CAN IT WORK? I don't think I need to say there's a novelty to punching virtual dudes in the face. It's pretty timeless, innit? But how do you implement a six-button dude-punching engine… onto a mobile phone? I intend to find out! Also, I'm playing on Easy because I'm really shitty at fighting games. Don't make me dig out the photographic evidence. (ask RQ87, he's got plenty) But now things get interesting! The game has three different control schemes… 2-HAND TYPE: A direction pad of some sort handles movement, and the numpad does fisticuffs. 1-HAND TYPE: Direction pad does movement, and all non-special attacks are relegated to a single assumedly-context-sensitive key.

And last but not least… NUMBER TYPE: Every single friggin' command is spread across the number keys. The scary part is that, on some phones, that's probably your only possible option. Chew on that one for a while. I'm going with 2-Hand Type, because, believe it or not, it's actually quite pleasant to use! (on a desktop keyboard, anyway) I had wanted to use Chun-Li for this playthrough… … but this was before she got her Kikouken. Where's the fun in that? … so I'll be picking everyone's favourite scrublorb, Ryu. I do appreciate the simplified command list. I meant to check Zangief's, actually. How would you pull a 720 on dinky mobile arrow keys? But I've delayed enough. I should probably play the game now, shouldn't I? It's everyone's favourite world warriors! Everyone is here, albeit in choppily-animated and horribly shrunk form. Which is more than Street Fighter II on Game Boy offered, believe it or not. WHOOOOAAAAA Do excuse, it's rare you get opportunities to compare how identical those guys look! Your opponent is selected via this little roulette action thing.

You can hit the 5 key to stop, though it often just chooses another guy anyway. I don't think any other version of Street Fighter II has that feature! (I need to catch up on RQ87's playthroughs, so please correct me!) Well, this looks like Street Fighter, doesn't it? PAFUEKUTO! Sadly, the game never acknowledges your leet-ass skills. "You Win" is all it ever tells you. I worked hard for that Perfect, man! Actually, I totally didn't. The game is fully aware how iffy command inputs are going to be…

… so all special moves can also be activated by pressing the 9, 0 and * keys! For Ryu, 9 will fire a Hadouken… 0 will unleash a Shoryuken… And * will bust out a Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku. Easy as! Now, I'm sure a fighting game purist would argue that this defeats the whole point of special moves. It's all about mastering the character and their commands, knowing to pull off these tricks in the thick of battle…

… right? I'm really not up to scratch on the fighting game community. From what I've observed, all attempts to simplify commands have been a bit dodgy. Either they upset the hardcore players, or they're nerfed so badly you're missing half the moveset (like Marvel Vs. Capcom)… … or it's so damn convenient it breaks the game wide open. Like that infamous video of Guile in Street Fighter IV: 3DS Edition. But I'm not a fighting game player. I haven't got the dexterity, patience or expenses for it. But I dig seein' all them special moves! And to be frank, it's a whole heap of fun having all those moves at the push of a button. And it allows me to actually appreciate and play the game… … rather than constantly fretting, "how do I do a Dread Kick?" So, uh, you might have noticed the game's got a bit quiet. I'm not sure if it's an emulation glitch, or a quirk in the game… … but after your character's theme plays once, that's it. Nothin' but silence for the rest of the game.

Oh, and you only ever see your chosen character's stage. So we'll be fighting on Ryu's bridge for the next thirty minutes. Aren't you just shaking with excitement? Man, Ryu is the worst dude to play as, from a winquote perspective. Lines like that don't strike fear into your enemies, dude. Try "I WILL MEDITATE AND THEN FUCK YOU!!" Or "YOU DID QUITE WELL, BUT YOU NEED A BIGGER DICK TO DEFEAT ME!!"
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I need to find out what ROM hack those came from again. It had the words of a sage. Drat. I was aiming for Blanka. All the opponents are pretty lacklustre in their fighting AI… But Blanka is an absolute beast to face off against. And not because he's green and hairy, hardy har har.

I'll get to him later. I should really stop walking into people's fists. Okay, let's time this. I struck the winning blow against E.Honda at 7:18. Let's see how long it takes until I can take control again. Because these long delays were perfect for nipping away for a glass of OJ… … or watching crap on the Wii. "THE ROAD TO BECOMING THE PERFECT FIGHTER INVOLVES FITTING THROUGH THE BATHROOM DOOR." I think I had a video playthrough of Dynamite Deka running on the Wii while I was playing this. It was very strange looking between that and this. One had a framerate, and the other felt I was going back in time. CONTROL REGAINED! Write this down, folks, it took 42 seconds to end one match and start the next one. That might not be too bad compared to other games, actually.

In fact, Street Fighter IV might have the same level of delay… … but at least it's got winquotes, announcer chatter and flashy displays to tide you over. This game just makes damn sure you don't touch the power button. Stop tempting me, man. The crappiest of victories! I would apologise for all the Hadouken spamming… … but screw you, man! I GOT SINGLE-BUTTON FIREBALLS!!! Let's face it, that was the primary anyone chose Mega Man in MvC1. Pity he made that childish squeal with every shot, though. "EYYYIE! EYYYIE!" Imagine if he made the same sound in the real Mega Man games! Actually, no, don't. That's terrifying. Y'know, I'm actually impressed this port can handle multi-hit combos. I just sort of expected the game to croak, or not do them at all, or something. Man, what kind of damage is that? Does Guile gain super armour during a Flash Kick or something? I want my money back on that Shoryuken. I expected serious clobbering. I guess I should mention there's no bonus stages in this game. I know, life just isn't worth living, is it? Thankfully, bonus stages were implemented two updates later in Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers for mobile phones.

But you can't play them without wading through several bouts in the arcade mode first! NOOOOOO That game does look better and runs smoother, as it's rebuilt from the ground up… … but it has some seriously stupid flaws, including a hilariously bad and un-configurable control scheme. But that's a rant for another time. I just realised I missed an opportunity early on for a "SO HOW ARE YOU KEN?" joke. I'm kicking myself! I really feel like I've accomplished something with these 3-hit combos. In a game as slow-paced and clunky as this, it feels rewarding to punch a dude twice before being shoved away. It's no flashy air combo, but it keeps me happy.
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We're nearly there! Only six foes left! Yeah, Bison and his cronies managed to make it in.

Thank god for small mercies. LET'S PLAY SUPER MARIO BROTHERS I'M RYU HE'S ZANGIEF JUMP THAT FIREBALL HEY FAT BOY JUMP THAT FIREBALL JUMP IT– oh. Never mind, then. Man, the Hurricane Kick stinks half the time. Zangief knows how to counter my moves. Clever boy. FATAL KO AW SHIT NOT ON MY PERFECT RUN NOOOOOO Is this the end for our world warrior? Nah. You can continue as many times as you like. Your score is the only thing that's penalised. I think the users of Street Fighter II for mobile phones can rest assured that their highscores aren't under threat by me.

Oh, screw you. I DIDN'T ASK FOR THIS It's so satisfying to actually be able to pull off these moves when I want to. It must be what a competent fighting game player feels like! Ah, the most glamourous of finishes. Backing into a corner and kicking furiously in mid-air. Truly you are the world's greatest warrior. So we've only Blanka left before we fight the four baddies, right? Hold onto your butts, folks. So, like I was saying, Blanka's a freakin' beast. He's ALWAYS approaching, only ever retreating to use his rolling attack. If you shoot a fireball, he'll hop over it, air-kick you, then punch, and knock you over with a crouch kick.

After firing a fireball, you've no chance of blocking any of that. And if you don't block it, it's a guaranteed dizzy… … so Blanka can just repeat it over and over until you die. But his regular punches and kicks have mad priority and range, so you can't even approach him safely! And for a spectacularly crummy player like myself, this is bad news. During my test run before recording, I'm sure I fought three or four matches against him, and all ended in failure. He's a tricky chap! But if you can break his defences, it's just a matter of exploiting them. The problem lies in how quickly you can fuck up and squander the rest of the round. Yeah, bare-basic Street Fighter knowledge, I know, but bear with me! These are my baby steps. BAM! Right in the olde smackeroo. A lousy finish, but at least he's toast. The game is a lot easier from here on out! … which you'd hardly believe, given we' only halfway through the video. If you've been watching the video non-stop until now, please, use this opportunity to cast your eyes at something else.

Find a nice glen and watch some birds or something. Anything to remind you what a realistic speed looks like! AW SHIT IT'S EVIL RYU LOOK AT THAT SNEAKY DUDE, HE'S UP TO NO GOOD HE'S GONNA TEACH SHOTOKAN TO FARMYARD ANIMALS OR SOMETHIN' MEAN Son of a bitch, that's MY trick! Well, that was anticlimatic. Ryu vs. Balrog! Surely this fight will require a new backdrop, right? Nope. Well, I think I've exhausted everything I can say about this game. … so why don't I talk about Street Fighter II: Champion Edition for mobile phones? Because, surprise surprise, it is the exact same game, except you can play as the boss characters.

I'll be uploading my playthrough of it, don't worry, but I probably won't do textual commentary for it. I mean, I'm already attempting to talk through ONE creaky mobile phone fighting game… How will I cope trying to do that for THREE MORE OF 'EM?? I can talk a load of shit, but for an hour and a half's worth of content, no chance. So, Champion Edition! I played it as Sagat, and I don't know if they did any adjustment to the bosses' damage ratios. Sagat just tears up the competition. I haven't played as the other bosses (or, heck, any of the other characters at all), so I can't compare.

It is literally the same game, with a different title screen. I wouldn't be surprised if this vanilla version already has all the assets, just locked away. Wouldn't the first time Capcom pulled a trick like that! Oh, there is one thing Champion Edition has that this doesn't… Endings. Yeah, there's no ending in this! (spoiler alert!) You beat Bison, you get your score tally, your fella does a little pose… … and you get booted to the title screen. Mind you, it could be because I lost to Zangief, or was playing on Easy… But, really, I'm in no mood to double-check. Champion Edition does have an ending for Sagat, at least… … though it's the same barebones one he had in the arcade, with the same picture used for all four bosses, just with different text. But it's better than nothing. At least you get something to show for that efforts: that Sagat's still miffed at Ryu. Oh, and when you fight the boss characters, the backdrop changes to Balrog's stage.

Playing as Sagat puts you on Guile's stage, for some reason. Well, I think I've said everything I possibly can for this game. I'll keep playing, obviously, but I'll begin wrapping up this commentary. What do I think of the game? … well, I like it, actually. Yes, the frame rate is insufferable, and the graphics are bad, and it doesn't play as well as it should… … but as a handheld Street Fighter experience, it's pleasantly accessible. It's cheap, sure, but the instant-special moves buttons are a real blessing. You can dive straight in and enjoy a close-enough Street Fighter experience, without having to spend an hour in the training mode working out how those blasted charge moves work. Mostly because this has no training mode.

Okay, most of my positivity comes from the novelty of single-button Hurricane Kicks….. but, darn it, that's something I've always wanted! For a casual scrub, it transforms the fighting game from baffling joystick-pusher to Mega Man-esque "use this move to counter this attack" exercise….. which is how you're meant to view the game, isn't it? In a nutshell? Not entirely, though, surely. Don't shoot me. Well, that's it for street Fighter II on mobile phone. I've still got Sagat and M.Bison to fight, but you can enjoy that without my inane banter, I hope. Later!.

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🔋🔋🔋 Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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Mobile Phone in GTA Games (Evolution)

YES SIR… THIS IS THE 1ST CELL PHONE OF GTA… OMG 😀 Cell Phone 1, Answer, Ignore Hang up Fri, Menu, Exit Phonebook Call, Back Messages You currently have no text messages. Organizer Today, Saturday, Sunday, Monday… Select this option to access: Multiplayer Select to play a Game Session: Player Match, Ranked Match, Player Model Options Ringtype: Ring Ringtone: Standard Ring Text Size: Large Keypad tone: Yes Turning on Sleep Mode will stop mission calls / Texts and my halt the progress of the story. Turn Sleep. Video Editor… Are you sure you wish to leave the current game and enter the… Yes, No Calling… Cell Phone 2, Answer, Ignore Go to a show? Yes, No Menu, Exit Phonebook Messages Organizer Camera Capture, Back Multiplayer Options Select this option to access the Video Editor. Press F2 to capture clips. Answer, Ignore Menu, Exit Phonebook Messages Multiplayer Organizer Camera Options Video Editor Cheats Menu, Exit Phonebox Messages Multiplayer Organizer Camera Missions Options Video Editor Cheats "Health and Guns"…

Phonebook Weapon Van, Hang Out, Call CALLING… Cell Phone 1, Contacts, Select, Back Detonate, Call, Back Detonate, DIALING… Cell Phone 2 Contacts Email Inbox… Property Management Overview… Texts No messages Job List No jobs available to join Settings Background Default Blue Angles Blue Shards Blue Circles Diamonds Green Glow Green Shards Profile Normal Mode Sleep Mode: No receive calls. Ringtone Ringtone 1 Ringtone 2 Ringtone 3 Silent Theme Blue Green Vibrate Off On Contacts Tivoli Cinema Hang Out DIALING… CONECTED Quick Save… Contacts Quick Save Email Texts Job List Settings Contacts Hang Out DIALING… CONECTED Contacts Settings Job List Texts Email Quick Save Contacts Blimp DIALING…

BUSY Job List Texts… Remember, you owe me one, but you are lucky, … Email Inbox… Contacts Settings Backgroud Invite sound Ringtone Theme Vibrate No invitations INCOMING CALL CONECTED.

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World’s Smallest Android Phone!

What's up guys, Lou here back with another video. And it doesn't get any less exciting here at Unbox Therapy. Today I am bringing you The World's Smallest? Possibly? Android Smartphone? That's what I'm told. This is the Micro X S240. Company called Posh Mobile.com This was sent to me from a guy named..Tom. What's up Tom? I will link them down in the description. He sent me 3 of these units, so I guess I'm gonna do a give-away as well follow me on Twitter for details there. Maybe you want the smallest smartphone on the planet. Why wouldn't you? Specs: 4 GB ROM, 512 MB of RAM, Dual Core Processor, Multi touch. Well I hope so, hope it's got a touch screen. *LAUGHS* 2 MP camera and a VGA front camera – Listen, It ain't always about specs.

Maybe you have a different agenda. It's for a very specific type of individual. So… Ooh Get out of town! Look at this little guy! This would be cool for a kid to have. Hello? So there's your little display on there. Camera on the back, speaker here. Micro USB on the bottom for charging. Microphone Now it does look like the rear is removable here. Let me see.. I don't have the fingernails necessary I don't think. Theres a bunch of stuff, what do we have? Basic little headset with microphone Micro USB cable, Power brick Let's try this again. Come on Lou, use your muscles. So here we go, battery goes in. Come on battery… Little bit of juice Give us something Ooh POSH Mobile So…POSH Dare I… *Woosh* This little guy I mean.. Here is the set up Yes, this is small Oh my…*Laugh* Look at how small the keyboard is Do you see that?…What do I…

Oh man… What do you need for this? A little pen or something Look at that! It's a real phone Very dimly lit capacitive buttons The brightness of the screen is surprising, I didn't expect it to be that bright. The main thing here is just how small it is. Benjamin Button He's a li.. I think he get's smaller as time goes on He still needs a phone Phone, messages and contacts by default You scroll over here… little skin on this android it looks like Browser, clock… camera! *oOoOo's* Did that work? I think… Yea! *Chuckles* Just a little delay! Hello to the world From 1999 Ooo…I think i'm getting better Maybe not… You're not going to want to write a novel on this guy here *Laugh* Man..Look at that tiny little Youtube player Is the orientation locked here? There we go! Speakers not terrible! There you can see it…How do they get it all in there? I dunno how they get it all in there.. Galaxy Note 5 Wow…It's the smart car of phones! If you're a… little different kind of person This might be just what you're looking for Cause I like to suprise people…

In weird ways… Wow… What is this? This is the quietest I've been…This is mysterious.

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I didn’t think this would be good! – Razer Kishi

– I'll be the first to admit that this is not the kind of product that I would typically be interested in. But my first experience with the Razer Kishi, adorable
name, by the way, was when I was doing a sponsored video
for a company called Rainway. And Rainway makes a software that's kind of like a consolidation of all
the different game launchers on your computer, so
you just have one place to kinda click on the game and play it. So this is a controller that is supposed to be a universally compatible
USB-C controller doodad for your Android phone.

So this only handles charging. There's a Type-C port on the
bottom that is charging only. Get that sticker off of it. Let's talk buttons first, (controller clacks) they're fine. (laughs) The D-pad is nothing special. The analog sticks feel really good, and the A, B, X, Y, I would give like a B. They don't really have
any tactile feedback, they're kind of mushy,
but they're consistent, and there's nothing that jumps out to me as like an obvious quality issue.

As for the triggers? I mean, I think you can hear everything that I would have to say about those. (triggers clacking) Not amazing, no click in the shoulder, and not the best trigger I've ever felt. But compared to any
other one of these things that I've tried before
it feels really good. So I guess it's not about
how good the product is, it's about how good the competitors are. Let's go ahead and grab the
phone that I daily drive, it's my Note 9. I'm back on it again. I just can't get away from
this phone, I love it. So you've got these kind of clips in here. You've got kinda like a
pad material, right here. A Type-C connector on the inside here. And then on the other side,
you've got kind of this, it's neat, it's kinda like
a ribbed rubber, right here, that's intended to hold the phone in place and then, presumably,
not scratch the glass, although we'll find that out soon enough.

So I didn't follow the instructions, or I didn't read them rather, so I'm just gonna guess
that you kind of plunk it onto the USB Type-C like that. And then, see, there's kind of like some stretchability to it, and then you kinda plunk it on like that. Now, of course, this is a
phone sample size of one, this is the Note 9, and I don't think that Razer designed this
thing for me specifically, or for this phone specifically, but, dang, does it ever
go with it perfectly. Look how little wobble there is in that. Like, that fits. There's a little bit more this way, but that's not how I would
naturally put pressure on the device when I'm using it. I would typically hold it kinda like that, like kinda from the bottom, and I found that it fit extremely well.

Android has native support
for controllers like this, so you can see I'm immediately
controlling my home screen at a 90-degree angle, 'cause
that's brilliant obviously. One thing that's kind of a drag is that if you have a rear-mounted touch sensor, obviously you can't use it
with this thing in the way and same goes for your rear camera. I mean, I guess most of
the time when you're gaming you don't really need your rear camera and your phone would be unlocked, but it's just something that I found kind of obnoxious just 'cause it's so hard to get at.

Actually, wait, I'm gonna
navigate over to Utilities, here, and tell you about our sponsor, Displate. Displate makes metal prints. They've got over 800,000 unique designs that you can put on your walls, and their magnetic mounting
system decreases the risk of damaging your walls. We've even got some of our own
designs on the platform now, and you can use code CIRCUIT to save 15% at the link in the video description. All right, let's go back to Rainway. Let's… You know what, "Overcooked 2." "Overcooked" is a good test
game for me just because it's one of the few controller games that I've actually invested enough time in to be any good at. Okay, this is a small screen
for this game. (chuckles) I cannot find the fire extinguisher. Ah, hello? Hello, where's the fire extinguisher? Wait, there is no fire extinguisher. This is before they introduced the fire
extinguisher mechanic. Ah, shoot. Last time, okay. I swear to you, I'm actually
decent at this game, I just can't see anything.

Where did this cucumber go? Oh, I threw it by accident. 'Kay, just don't include
any of this, Editor. Okay, how'd I do? Hey, I got a star. (claps) Whoo! You know what? No, it's there, "Tomb Raider." "Tomb Raider", it's a classic. There's tombs, they're raided, 'kay? They've got redundancy. – They've got–
– Oh, God. – (chuckles) Yes! Got him! I kinda wish my workstation
was a little bit more performancy right about now. Man, Wi-Fi is so not good
enough still. (humming) "Spike trap, press A to jump." Ah! Oh, wow, that's really gruesome, hey? Wow, all right, enough of that. So far nothing about
actually playing games on this thing has changed
what I had to say about it. For one of these things, it's solid. Feels well built. Quality of the controller is really good.

It's still a controller
strapped to a phone, but it's not the kind of thing that I could see myself typically using. Okay, in fairness though,
a number of years back, I did play the entire first installment in the "Tomb Raider" reboot
series on my NVIDIA SHIELD which fundamentally was not
that different from this. To be clear, I'm talking about the SHIELD
Portable, the game console one, not the tablet. What's that racing series
that everyone plays on mobile? – "Asphalt."
(triggers clacking) – I get it, I get it. You make your epic,
snazzy thing or whatever. What, no, I don't want a tutorial. I know how to play video games. "Quit race." How about that? What do you think of that? "Congratulations! "You received these cards." "Well done, Driver." You didn't…

Skip! It's not even that much time,
that was less than a minute, but it felt like 10 because
it's so unnecessary. Holy crap, is this the same… (cameraman laughing) Whatever, I don't even care,
I'm not even gonna do it. But that's fine. The Kishi, pretty cool device. You can check it out at the
link in the video description. Just, oh man, so angry. Thanks for watching, subscribe..

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Using a Windshield Repair Kit on a Cracked Smart Phone

So I read online around April 1st that you
can fix a cracked cell phone using a windshield repair kit. Naturally, even though it was April 1st I
was intrigued and I decided to try it on my own. Even if it didn’t end up fixing the cell
phone, at least I got to learn the basics of car windshield repair. The iPhone 5C is 100% functional except for
the cracked glass on top of the screen. The repair kit comes with glass resin and
plastic shields that help the resin cure smoothly over the crack in the windshield. First I’m going to go ahead and clean the
screen off.

The point of windshield repair is to get the
resin in-between the glass chunks inside the glass itself and this makes the crack effectively
disappear. Normally on a car you would use some suction
cups and a pressure pump to squirt the resin down into the chip or crack, but with a cell
phone, the added pressure might crack the LCD. So I tried to “v” down into the crack
with a little razor blade hoping that the resin would absorb in. Once the resin is applied, I can put the plastic
curing strips over the top. This helps cure the glue when placed under
sunlight. With UV light from the sun, the glue will
dry or cure within 5 or 10 minutes. With this UV light from my shop it will only
take about 2 or 3 minutes to cure. After the glue is cured, you can peel off
the plastic and scrape the hardened resin off with a razor blade. The windshield resin did not hide the cracks
completely, but it did make the cracks much smoother.

It also made the phone smell toxic, so that’s
a plus with holding it up to your face. So it looks like the myth is more or less
busted. A windshield repair kit works well on windshields,
but not on a cell phone. One thing I would do differently if I try
to do this again is see if I can get more pressure on the glue to force it down inside
of the crack and help it hide there. Either way it was a fun project. I learned something new and hopefully you
did too. Hit that “subscribe” button if you haven’t
already. Hope to see you around!.

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Phonebloks

Every day throw away millions of electronic devices, because they get old and are worn out. But usually it is only one of the components that causes the problem. The rest of the device works fine, but is needesly thrown away. Simply because electronic devices are not designed to last. This makes electronic waste one of the fastest growing waste streams in the world. And our phone is one of the bigest causes. So this is a new kind of phone. It's made of blocks.

Detachable blocks. They are all connected to the base. And the base connects everything together. Electrical signals are transferred through the pins. And two small screws lock everything in place. So if for instance your phone is getting a litte slow, you can just upgrade the block that affects the speed. Or if something breaks you can easily replace it with a new one. Or update it with the latest version. An other great thing about this is, you can customise your phone Let say this is your phone and you do everything in the cloud. Why not replace your storage blok for a bigger battery blok? If you're like this guy and love to take pictures, why not upgrade your camera. Or if you don't care about about anything of this stuff, you can keep it simple. Get a bigger speaker. You can choose the Bloks that you want. Support the brands you like. Or even development your own Bloks! Phonebloks is build on an open platform.

Where companies work together to create the best phone in the world. To setup this platform we need to get the right people and companies involved. It will only get started if there is enough interest in a phone that is worth keeping. So this is the plan. To show them that there is interest in this phone, we need your voice. You can donate your social reach on our website. We will gather as much people as possible. On the 29th of October we will send out a blast. All at the same time. Spreading all your voices to show the world there is a need for a phone worth keeping. The more people involved, the bigger the impact. Please visit www.phonebloks.com to raise your voice and spread the word. Phonebloks – a phone worth keeping.

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DJI – Say Hello to Osmo Mobile 3

OSMO MOBILE 3 CLACK CLACK SPORT MODE ACTIVETRACK 3.0 ONE SIDE GRIP ONE, TWO RECENTER SWITCH CAMERAS ONE, TWO, THREE PANORAMA CLICK CLICK For illustration purposes only. Actual results may vary. ZOOM TACK TACK ONE, TWO LANDSCAPE MODE PORTRAIT MODE GESTURE CONTROL STORY MODE SHARE IT CLACK.

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Run your mobile phone at best 1 – Know your mobile – Class 14 (Urdu/ हिन्दी) *English Subtitle*

Greetings! I'm Khudai Nazar Faisal In, to understand and to use properly mobile and computer 14th class, welcoming you. Today, we will continue previous class and will learn more tips to use mobile optimally. So, let's begin. If you have missed any previous class, you can check the complete list from the above link, on this video. Today's first tip: The memory card you use in your mobile phone keep it permanent the same card what you had inserted in it for the first time And, try to avoid changing SD card again and again By changing SD card again and again you can damage the SIM try you can damage card reader inside the mobile if SD card is set on permanent use in mobile apps can having issues in running And to download the data from computer or other device better to use the cable or Wifi To share data easily, among the devices we will discuss in coming classes Today's second tip: As I told you in previous classes that internal memory should be free at least 20 percent By seeing that if you have Marshmellow or afterwards operating system in your mobile it has a new feature, Adoptable Storage where you can use SD card as an internal memory with condition, you don't remove that memory card from mobile If you remove the memory card and try to take out data from it directly you won't be able to do so Because, Adoptable Storage Option encrypt the SD card mix up the data or change the shape of it Only that mobile can read the data of SD card which has encrypted it If the encryption is App based the same App can read it Keep that in mind as well, Adoptable Storage Option is not available in some brand mobile phones.

Even though, they have Marsh Mellow or later operating system running on. When we insert SD card in Marsh Mellow or later operating system, and tap on Setup SD card, in Notification Panel; it asks you, you want to use this memory card as phone storage? or portable storage? If you want to use it as normal memory card, choose portable. Otherwise, phone storage option is better to increase the internal memory size. Means, if you have memory problem again and again, internal memory space, it will be solved by it. When you tap phone storage button, this option will format all data inside SD card. And it will encrypt the SD card. After that, phone will use SD card as an internal memory. If you want to use this option, it is advisable, use the maximum storage SD card; supported by your mobile phone. You can check your mobile configuration, it's hardware and software detail, to know; how big card it can support, you can visit GSMarea website, link is there in the description below.

Keep that in mind too comparing to internal memory memory card data transfer rate is a bit slow. Memory card response is a bit slower. To save games or heavy apps keeping them in internal memory is much better. In other words if you are playing games with this adoptable storage option if you feel lagging in the game or you feel shocks in running games then use memory card as portable storage. Keep noted, every game has different hardware requirements. Adoptable Storage Option alone is not responsible for lagging. Today's third tip: If you have problem in running any application for example, you can't load the application data is not correctly displayed in the app or any other problem, you're facing in app go to your mobile settings go to apps go to desired application go to storage. You will see 2 buttons here one is Clear Cache and second is Clear Data. First, we will talk about Cache. All applications, to run properly create some temporary and necessary files and depend on them for their running.

For example, you're visiting a website for first time through a web browser the browser will save all the data in that website in temporary files in your mobile. It is called Cache. When you visit second time that website then your browser, from that website will download only the data which is updated means which has been changed after your first visit and the elements like pictures, audio and other things; which are not changed browser will load that data from your cache.

As a result website will take less time in loading and your data will be less used. Sometimes, we have problem in the cache then application has problem in running or gives us wrong output pressing Clear Cache will solve our these problems If your problem still persists second button is Clear Data by using this button whatever personal information you had given to this app will be cleared. For example, your use name password or your personal preference for this specific application and if they are saved locally. 4th Tip; which is hidden in 3rd tip basically When applications run, it get bigger by time means, their cache size is getting bigger If you have followed all the previous tips to increase the space in internal memory or you can't do few of them then clearing all caches one by one you can make a lot of space in internal memory and specially, clear that caches first which applications you use most.

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🔋🔋🔋 Your MOBILE phone is HEAVIER when is [FULL] battery. 0% vs 100% Really?!?

very good my friends today I have a question for you what do you think that is heavier an empty mobile phone or our full chart mobile phone I leave a car here so you can answer now what do you think I didn't result anything so I don't know the answer but what I'm going to do is to get a polar one that is 20,000 milliamps I'm going to wait it when it's empty and I'm going to charge it and then with it again so we will see if there is any change in the wife I'm going to use a kitchen scale so the Russell's are not going to be very precise but I don't know what do you think after the experiment I'm going to search on internet and I'm going to try to explain what happened ok the scale is in zero grams we place the battery there and it says three hundred eighty three grams let's charge it and let's see the result but he is full now we start the scale okay one gram two grains what are the result of the experiment the change in weight is not existing or is very tiny the conclusion is that the weight of the battery doesn't increase in a large scale that for sure because we don't have a big increase in weight and there are increasing weight maybe of one gram or two grains and this maybe is because the scale is not accurate enough let this one result and let's see what we can conclude they're doing some investigations [Music] so how secure is the weight of the battery when is chart the short answer is no but the long answer is yes but if we use the mass-energy equivalence formula that says dust energy is mass times square of a speed of light we see that there is a very teeny increase in mass in the battery but this increase is that a small that is not possible to measure with any scale in the wall even a particle of dust that goes to the battery is heavier than this increase of mass came in from the energy that has in the battery now actually what we are doing when we are charging the battery is moving electrons from one side of the electrodes lights to the other side so there is no adding of mass to see how little is there increase of mass in the battery we have to imagine that is more or less the same that adding a cube of sugar to the Empire State Building so I hope you have learned something don't forget to subscribe to the channel thank you for watching and see you in next video [Music]

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