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Google launches new central company blog, 'The Keyword'

Myandroid.com / September 30, 2016
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By Corbin Davenport

If you click the source links at most of our posts about Google products, you might notice there is a lot of Google blogs. Almost every Google product has its own blog – Android, Gmail, YouTube, Chrome,Google Fiber, you name it.I think Google finally realized theneed to consolidate, and has created ‘The Keyword.’

The Keyword replaces the former Google company blog (googleblog.blogspot.com), which has been mirroredby the Internet Archive if you want to compare.

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The latest versions of Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides allow you to restore deleted files

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By Richard Gao

Like countless other people, I’ve accidentally deleted files I didn’t mean to get rid of; it’s frustrating, but you can usually find them in a “Trash” or “Recycle Bin” folder and restore them. Until today, Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides users on Android who accidentally deleted documentsthey were working on were forced to exit their current app, open Drive, slide out the hamburger menu, click “Trash”, and retrieve their work there.

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Note 7: Return rate passes 81% in Australia, as Chinese TV criticizes Samsung

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By Alex Dobie

A mixed picture as Samsung looks to restart sales in some parts of the world.

As we approach a full month since the Galaxy Note 7’s battery issues first came to light, there are signs of the recall program approaching its conclusion in some countries. Samsung Australia has issued a statement saying 81% of old Note 7s sold in the country. The news comes just over a week since the official Note 7 recall kicked off in the country.

There’s no word on when new sales of the Note 7 will begin in Australia, but Europe is looking at an October 28 restart date, following the full completion of the recall program.

Samsung ‘full of arrogance,’ says Chinese state TV.

Meanwhile Samsung has found itself in hot water in China, as state TV broadcaster CCTV has criticized its handling of the Note 7 recall. Reuters reports that the broadcaster called Samsung’s behavior “full of arrogance,” contrasting the way it issued a video apology in the U.S., but just a short statement in China. “Samsung’s discriminatory policy has caused discontent from Chinese consumers,” CCTV is quoted as saying.

Despite its insistence that Note 7s sold in China used a different battery supplier, and are thus safe, Samsung has faced isolated reports of overheating in new Note 7s sold in the country. Where it’s been able to inspect the phones involved, Samsung has attributed the damage to external sources of heat, as opposed to the battery itself overheating.

The recall — and subsequent negative press — comes at an inopportune time for Samsung in China, where it’s struggling to keep pace with local brands like Huawei and Xiaomi. Both Chinese rivals are set to launch their own big-screened competitors to the Note 7 in early November.

Sales of the new Note 7 are set to begin in Korea on October 1, as Samsung expects to pass the 80% mark for the recall in its home market.

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OnePlus 3 now available on O2 UK

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By Alex Dobie

Prices start at £28 per month, or £336 upfront on PAYG.

The highly-rated OnePlus 3 is now available on O2 in the UK, as part of an exclusive deal between the upstart manufacturer and the British network operator. Prices for the phone start at £28 per month with no upfront fee. That gets you a mere 500MB of data, as well as unlimited texts and 500 minutes. (You can knock this down to £23 per month by paying £119.99 upfront.) A more reasonable 5GB is available with unlimited calls and texts for £39 per month. And at the other end of the spectrum 20GB plan is available for £44 per month, or £39 per month and £119.99 upfront.

You can also get hold of the OnePlus 3 on Pay As You Go from O2, priced £336 for the phone — although you’ll need to buy a prepaid O2 SIM at the same time. That’s not far off the phone’s £329 SIM-free price direct from the manufacturer, so you’re paying a little extra for the convenience of being able to walk into a store. (As well as dealing with O2 for any aftersales support.)

O2’s only stocking the OnePlus 3 in grey right now — the rarer gold model is only available direct from the manufacturer.

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Worried about the screen of your Galaxy S7 edge getting scratched up from daily use? If you want to keep it protected, Ventev’s Toughglass is a great addition to the phone. With its rounded edges, the screen protector can cover from edge to edge to prevent scratches and maybe even help in the event of a fall. Right now you can grab one for $19.95!

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How to enable VoLTE on the Galaxy Note 7

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By Daniel Bader

How do I enable VoLTE on the Galaxy Note 7?

VoLTE is an underrated feature in smartphones today, especially if you make a lot of phone calls. The Galaxy Note 7 supports VoLTE, but depending on your carrier it may not be turned on by default. Here’s how to enable it.

How to enable VoLTE on the Galaxy Note 7

  1. From the home screen or app launcher, open the Dialer.
  2. On the top right, tap the three-dot menu button.
  3. Tap Settings.

  4. Tap on VoLTE.
  5. Make sure that Use VoLTE when available is checked.

Note: Not all Galaxy Note 7 variants will have this feature in the same place, and may not have it at all if VoLTe isn’t supported by the carrier.

More: Best Galaxy Note 7 tips and tricks

Anything else?

The Galaxy Note 7 has great phone call quality from either 3G or LTE, but if your carrier supports VoLTE it’s a big improvement. How’s your experience been with VoLTE or HD Voice on the Galaxy Note 7?

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7 Habits of Highly Effective Pot Growers

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By Danny Danko

Beware of short cuts and quick fixes that minimize the hard work and focus required to prosper. An effective ganja garden always satisfies the needs of the grower who maintains the following seven important rules of conduct.

Cleanliness:
Proactivity isn’t just a boardroom cliché. Simple tasks such as picking up dead leaves and sweeping up debris shouldn’t wait until piles have accumulated. It’s a daily process that requires due diligence and leaves no time for slacking.

Never allow pools of water to collect on the floor or under your plants. Check all surfaces daily for telltale signs of pests or molds, including the tops and bottoms of leaves, the surface of your growing medium, and the walls, ceiling and floor in your space. Change clothes before entering your growroom, especially if you’ve been outdoors recently. Some growers I’ve met have outfits by the door reserved for growroom use only.

Above all, make it your mission to keep things clean. Your indoor garden is your laboratory, as well as your income provider, and will benefit tremendously when habitually kept spotless. Put down the bong, get off the couch and clean your growroom top to bottom. The work you do now will surely pay off in the end.

Stealth:
When it comes to your garden, whether medical or not, silence is always golden. It’s tempting to brag and show off your hard work but it can only lead to problems down the road. Growers who live “out in the open” tend to be the ones easily targeted by police and thieves.

Never throw big parties or let people hang out all day smoking weed and don’t have traffic coming in and out all the time. Suspicious stuff like this has been the downfall of many a pot prospector. Create the illusion that you’re invisible and harmless to neighbors and simply another citizen going about your life. Whether purchasing lighting, moving equipment into your chosen space or interacting with locals, it always helps to keep a low profile.

By the same token, don’t allow yourself to become too paranoid. Freaky behavior such as blocking off all your windows or avoiding interaction with neighbors is a tip off that something’s not right. Be friendly but not too friendly. Never panic or antagonize those around you – keeping the peace is always in your best interests if you want successful harvest after harvest.

Realistic Expectations:
Of course it’s important to be goal oriented, but never count pounds before they’re grown. Too many farmers spend time guessing the final weight of their crops only to be disappointed when the real tally doesn’t match their hopes.

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High Horoscopes | Sept. 29, 2016

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By Aelie Câlin

The HIGH TIMES weekly astrological forecast, complete with strain recommendations!

Ask Aelie anything! Find her on Facebook and Twitter.

ARIES
Apparently no one walks in LA, but there you are, tromping up and down those hills, you and your little dog too! Being car-less there is unthinkable for most, but you turned your lemon car in and made healthy lemonade. This positive approach is addictive and infectious; before you know it you will have turned your whole world around. You did it, step by step, and you’ve got no one else to thank but lil’ ol’ you. Take pride, but don’t take a nap, keep the motor going. You think you are doing it alone, but you are inspiring lots of folks along the way. Even the ones whipping by in their cheeseball Vipers, vaping and sucking down chocolate smoothies. Strain recommendation: Blue Crack

TAURUS
Boredom is a dangerous state. It can cause a sufferer to imbibe to much of, partake in, tune in to any number of things to avoid a single moment of non-stimulation. Scientists, however, have recently deduced that our artistic creativity is hampered now that our society has found so many ways to distract us from our own wandering thoughts. The natural way our body staves off boredom is with our imagination. If we don’t exercise it, like most muscles, it will atrophy. The cosmos are prescribing some boredom for you this week. They want you to let that beautiful mind of yours journey unrestrainedly. The solutions you seek are hiding somewhere between Fantasia and Wonderland but you have to wade through the DMV and the dentist office to get there. Strain Recommendation: Royal Kush

GEMINI
Spotify, Amazon, Netflix; I keep finding myself paralyzed by too much choice. It’s a similar feeling to confronting the blank page or lump of clay—the possible directions are illimitable, and that is awkward for us mere humans who find comfort in beginnings and endings. As a youngster, the idea of a never-ending universe was exciting and frustrating to imagine, not frightening. Why do we need our constraints as we age? You’d think as we become more aware that our lives are limited we’d lean into infinity with more vigor. The cosmos are predicting some endings for you soon so you might want to get yourself philosophically tuned into what you believe is eternal before dealing intimately with the boundaries of the physical world. Strain recommendation: Cotton Candy Kush

CANCER
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