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Myandroid.com / April 23, 2017

By Mike Tanasychuk

At this point, your whole life is on your phone and it would absolutely suck if it died and you lost all of that valuable information. Your best option is to create an online backup of your device since a backup on your computer is still a physical backup and hey, if your Android phone dies and your computer dies, you’re gonna have a bad time.

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iDrive is an online backup service that you can use to store all the information on your phone, like you photos, videos, texts, emails, and tons more. With an iDrive lifetime subscription, you get:

  • Online backup of up to 5 devices
  • 256-bit AES encryption with an optional user defined key
  • Back up an Android device and restore it to an iPhone and vice versa
  • Access backed up files from any mobile device, or through the web
  • Share your files with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, and email
  • iDrive features Facebook & Instagram backup

Online backup services can be very expensive (especially for something intangible), and if you go through iDrive directly, you could end up spending a mint.

That’s where Android Central comes in. Right now, through Android Central Digital Offers, you can get a lifetime subscription to iDrive Unlimited Mobile Backup for only $19.99. No, that’s not a joke. Unlimited backup. If you want just 250GB from iDrive directly, you’d pay upwards of $75.

So, you can back up your phone data over and over and over and keep backing it up to iDrive, FOR LIFE, for a one-time payment of $19.99. And you don’t need to worry about your information being kept safe; iDrive uses 256-bit AES encryption, which is virtually uncrackable.

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You can also access your backed up files from any mobile device or on the web, share your files via social media and email, and you’ll even be able to back up your Facebook and Instagram accounts.

Your phone is a treasure trove of valuable information and memories. Don’t get caught with a bricked phone and nothing to show for it. Get a lifetime subscription to iDrive Unlimited Mobile Backup for only $19.99 at Android Central Digital Offers!

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Synology DiskStation DS416play review: Cloud who? Personal servers can be cool and feature-filled too

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By Rita El Khoury

This is one of the most difficult reviews I’ve had to write to date. I’ve been using the Synology DS416play for several months, yet everytime I sat down to start writing, I felt overwhelmed by what I should and shouldn’t discuss and eventually found myself drifting to work on another simpler and more urgent news article. I love detailed reviews, I enjoy delving deep into every single feature a product offers and discussing its benefits and limitations, as evidenced by the lengthy reviews I’ve written on Android Police over the years.

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Synology DiskStation DS416play review: Cloud who? Personal servers can be cool and feature-filled too was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Sonos Playbase review: The speaker to rule the living room

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By Jordan Palmer

Let me start this off with the obvious: Sonos is a pretty legendary name these days. The company’s product portfolio is pretty simple and easy to navigate, but each item servesa few specific purposes that help potential buyers decide which one to purchase. The selection of speakers, soundbars, and amps all fulfill different audio needs, whether you want a multi-room setup like Artem and/or a stellar surround sound experience.

But in order to reach those who do not wall-mount their televisions, Sonos has come up with its own version of a soundbase.

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Sonos Playbase review: The speaker to rule the living room was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Open up in this weekend's comments thread

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By Jerry Hildenbrand

Sit back, relax and chat about stuff because it’s the weekend!

The weekend is finally here. The five days between them sometimes feel like they take forever, but this week was pretty cool with all the Galaxy S8 stuff. Flo and Daniel have to be especially grateful that the calendar says Saturday this week. Be sure to have a look at the reviews (some things need more than one) they wrote for the Galaxy S8 and S8+ if you haven’t already.

I’m sure they weren’t the only ones working long hours to get things done. But that’s all behind us and it’s time to enjoy life two days at a time.

Part of the way we relax is on the couch with a phone surfing the internet. When you’re doing that it’s always fun to talk about things with other internet surfing relaxed folks. Here’s an open space where you can do just that. Talk about anything with anyone (but be kind to each other and don’t go too far). Phone stuff is cool, but so is car stuff or lawnmower stuff or the best way to make a Mint Julip stuff.

Here’s my random thought to get things started:

I got to play with a PS4 Pro, Xbox One and a Gaming PC all hooked to the same fancy ASUS ROG monitor and all playing the same titles earlier in the week. Anyone who says a console looks and plays as nice as a PC isn’t being honest with themselves or you. And not just a little bit — when you see things side by side it’s a little crazy how much difference is between good (console) and great (PC). A PlayStation or Xbox is still awesome for playing games on the couch, but try not to compare either to a PC the way I did because you’ll never unsee it. I was happier before I did it.
Now it’s your turn. Tell us all something cool!

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2017 SoCal Cannabis Cup: Day 1 Recap

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By Sativa Von Teese

HIGH TIMES’ 2017 SoCal Cannabis Cup kicked off Friday afternoon with lots of sun, fun and—most importantly—weed! Crowds filled the Nos Center in San Bernardino for the first California Cup of the year. 

Photo by Dale Shirley

Vape pens were out and at the ready from the get go during the first day of the three-day event.

Photo by Dale Shirley

Photo by Dale Shirley

Free dabs were everywhere, with companies offering their very best for attendees to enjoy.

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Photo by Sativa Von Teese

But it wasn’t just concentrates on display. Beautiful bud was abundant as well!

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Photo by Sativa Von Teese

Bags and bags of Cali’s dankest flower. 

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Photo by Sativa Von Teese

Around 4 p.m., Magical Butter’s Top Cannabis Chef Competition kicked off with chefs vying for a chance to compete in Saturday and Sunday’s final rounds.

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

The Live Growroom Experience gave everyone a chance to see gorgeous live plants up close and personal.

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

There was no concentration required to find the finest concentrates.

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Photo by Sativa Von Teese

So much shatter you could easily shatter your brain!

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

The National Joint Rolling League showed off some of their finest creation in the VIP Lounge. 

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

Photo by Sativa Von Teese

But you didn’t have to have a VIP pass to find a joint. 

Photo by Snake Blissken

Photo by Snake Blissken

As evening fell, A$AP Ferg lit up the Main Stage with his super dope performance. 

Photo by Snake Blissken

Photo by Snake Blissken

Method Man and Red Man followed with their own dank AF set.

Photo by Elizabeth Irving

Photo by Elizabeth Irving

The night ended with Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley sending us home with only good vibes!

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Make the Bixby button great again: BixRemap will open Google Now instead

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By Jerry Hildenbrand

If Bixby isn’t your thing, here’s how to replace it with Google Now.

The Galaxy S8 has been mostly well received by everyone. Blogger and users who have scored their phones already are saying really good things, and even the naysayers are impressed with the hardware. It just seems like a damn good phone so far. But there is one thing a lot of folks are saying they would like to change: The Bixby button.

Bixby seems like a cool robot friend AI thing. Unless you’re on Verizon or in Europe, that is. I won’t dismiss it outright until I’ve tried it long enough to know if I like it or not.

But other people feel differently and want the convenience and familiarity that comes with Google Now and hate that the button is hard-programmed to open Bixby when pressed. Earlier methods to bypass this have been patched by Samsung as they “exploited” services that they didn’t need to access in order to gain control over the button. But because Android developers are crafty and awesome, we have a new app that will save the day.

Developer Dave Bennett is using his own service (you’ll need to enable it when you first run the app) that overrides the Bixby behavior. When you press the button, Bixby opens but is quickly backgrounded while Google Now opens. Ha! Awesome, Dave.

You can grab the app (it’s free) from the Play Store link above. We don’t know if Samsung will find this app not to their liking and patch it away, but it works today so live in the moment and show Bixby who is the boss.

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Myandroid.com / April 22, 2017

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doubleTwist brings Android Airplay fix for AppleTVs running tvOS10.2

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By Ryne Hager

Just at the end of last month Apple broke some things in their 10.2 tvOS update, preventing third-party services from using Airplay on Apple TV. For Android users that might own an Apple TV that could have been a bit of a downer. Fret not, though. Much as doubleTwist was the first to bring AirPlay streaming to Android, they’re one of the first to bring it back.

I know that it’s not very likely that Apple TV is a popular product among our readers, but for those that did make use of it the inconvenience after the recent 10.2 update must have been a bit annoying.

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HTC's upcoming flagship may be branded 'HTC U 11' and come in five different colors

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By Ryan Whitwam

We’ve been hearing about the “HTC Ocean” for months, and just the other day HTC finally teased it as part of the U line. We believed at the time it would simply be called the HTC U, but our old friend Evan Blass says the final name will be “HTC U 11.” It’s apparently HTC’s way of bridging its old and new naming scheme.

Calling this the U 11 could mean HTC sees this as the true successor to the HTC 10 of 2016.

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