Beginner’s Guide To Bluetooth File Transfer

Here is the all updated and now (hopefully) an even easier guide for those who may not know exactly how to use Bluetooth File Transfer.

Please Note: Ensure the device is Bluetooth compatible and set to discoverable (refer to phone user manual of your friends device or contact their device provider with your friends device make and model for more info).

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Tip: Using Audio In Facebook Messages

Messing with Facebook & Facebook Messenger on my beloved Android I was unaware of a feature that I personally feel was silently implemented in an update & it wasn’t till I saw a good mate of mine using the feature that I knew it even existed.

I of course am talking about the ability to record a brief message to send to your friends through Facebook Messenger. Perfect for those who just don’t feel like typing out that kinda long message you have brewing in your mind.

Upon using this new found feature the most common reply to friends hearing my voice was “How’d ya do that?” or in some cases “WTF…OMG…HWD U D0 D@?!” so allow me to explain step by step & I will make it as easy as I can!

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WWE ‘12 | Gameplay Q&A

For those unaware I am a huge WWE fanboy & in saying that I am just as big of fan of the Smackdown Vs Raw series on the PS2, in fact many of my readers know this from my guide for SVR11 ( that I found to be quite popular among gamers.

So moving on to the topic at hand, Smackdown VS Raw is no more as many WWE Games fans likely know already, it is now simply WWE ‘12 & as Cory said countless times it isn’t just a name change but rather a whole redesign of a game.

Now more to the point, the WWE Games development team, mainly Cory Ledesma & the community relations team mainly @THQTank & Marcus “The Hammer” Stephenson have been very active in the community, in fact more so than previous years & they have provided, WE (the WWE Games Universe, no WE is not a typo, every WWE fan will get it I’m sure) with a weekly Q&A on YouTube (

I wanted to take the chance to now answer the questions YOU asked along with answers provided in the videos, now understand it won’t be word for word as seen in video but enough of an answer to give you the answer that you require.

You are more than welcome to ask questions further via the comments below this article here & I may know the answer to them thus I will reply to your comment with an answer.

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Smackdown VS Raw 2011 – Ultimate Guide!

Before you read this note that this was made from a PS2 gamer’s perspective, however I have it under good authority that these things are alike on every platform.

(Click on a section to go directly to it)

1. Entrance Pre-Sets

2. Move-Sets
3. Unlock-ables

4. Challenges

5. Cheats

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ROM developer gets cease & desist order

So Jason ‘Termy’ Winstanley over at AndroidSPIN recently reported in his post Google hits yet another leading Android Developer… that eugene373 has been hit with one of those dreaded C&D letters. This is the second C&D letter given to a ROM Developer (The first being the well documented Cyanogen case).

Now where this (if anything) dents the whole Android community.

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Nexus One Specs & Info

Phone Specifications (As Stated By Engadget)

– 0.45 inches thick
– 3.7-inch OLED touch screen
– Qualcomm’s 1GHz QSD 8250 “Snapdragon” processor (RUMOR)
– 512 MB RAM
– 512 MB ROM
– 4 GB microSD card included (expandable to 32 GB).

Camera Specifications

– 5-megapixel sensor
– Mechanical auto focus
– LED flash
– Could also include 2x optical zoom however this wasn’t mentioned in a hands-on report from Gizmodo.

Other Goodies

– Wi-Fi
– Bluetooth
– Accelerometers
– A Compass

The Interface

The Android 2.1 interface really different from Android 2.0, but it looks smooth.


A hands-on report from Gizmodo noted that the phone is considerably faster than the Droid, and even beat the iPhone in multiple web page loading tests.

The screen is also noticeably better than that of the Droid, despite being the same size and resolution (this could be the rumored 1 GHz processor at work).

Multi-touch however was not evident in the browser or map.

The Cost

In addition to the usual carrier subsidy route, Google will sell the Nexus One unlocked and unsubsidized (Rumored to be around $500-$550USD).