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How to Stabilize Shake Videos on Android

Android smartphones currently have an average OIS capability (Optical Image Stabilization) and EIS (Electronic Image Stabilization) to make minimal shaky video recordings. But in middle-class smartphones or below, the video stabilization feature is only limited to EIS. Although claimed to have increased in recording, not a few videos produced experienced shocks, …

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Gadget Recommendations for Traveling

One of the right moments to replace or shop for a new gadget is at the turn of the year. Why? Because usually at these moments we will get special prices or discounts from various e-commerce. Well, to pass and go through this 2019, what kind of gadget is worthy of glance …

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How to use Safe and Comfortable Instagram

Commemorating World Safe Internet Day , this time the global theme raised was “Together Building the Internet to Become Better”. Related to that, Instagram welcomes and strongly supports the global theme. Instagram also wants to make sure every user is aware of various security features in the application. Yes! This aims to protect the users themselves and …

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How to Clean a Clogged Audio Jack

Although it has rarely started, audio jacks are one of the most important smartphone components. Audio jacks allow users to listen to music or watch videos with a more jarring sound quality than listening to them through the speaker. Sadly, not all users care about the cleanliness of their smartphones, let …

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Overcoming Windows 7 Cannot Shut Down

Windows 7 Can’t Shut Down? Some users experience problems Windows 7 cannot shutdown or Windows 7 hangs when shutdown, either with or without an error message. This question is not easy to answer, because the causes are also very diverse. Some managed to overcome one way and the other succeeded with other tips. Below I will …

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5 Ways to Track Smartphone IMEI Numbers

Every cellphone produced by a manufacturer, be it cheap cellphones to sophisticated smartphones has a special identity commonly known as the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity). IMEi numbers usually consist of 15 to 16 digits and cellular operators use them to find out which devices are connected to the network. In …

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