Justin Duino, How-To Geek

Justin Duino

How-To Geek

Davidson, NC, United States

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Recent:
  • Unknown
Past:
  • How-To Geek
  • Android Authority
  • 9to5Mac
  • 9to5Toys
  • Electrek.Co
  • Phandroid
  • Android Central

Past articles by Justin:

How to Sign up for Apple One on iPhone and iPad

Apple One is a subscription bundle of the Silicon Valley company’s services that, when combined, cost less than they would when individually packaged together. If you’re looking to save a couple of dollars each month, here’s how to sign up for Apple One using your iPhone, iPad, or Mac. → Read More

How to Set Up Sleep Tracking on Apple Watch

Sleep tracking is natively available on all Apple Watches Series 3 and newer. It’s an automatic feature that tracks data when you go to bed while wearing the smartwatch, but you do have to set it up. Here’s how to configure sleep tracking on your Apple Watch. → Read More

How to Change Your CarPlay Wallpaper

When it comes to CarPlay, Apple doesn’t let you modify much of the in-car infotainment system’s appearance. Thankfully, as long as you’re running iOS 14 or higher on your iPhone, you can change CarPlay’s wallpaper. Here’s how. → Read More

How to Cancel Your CBS All Access Subscription

CBS is home to some of the most popular series on television, and the easiest way to stream them at home is with an All Access subscription. If you’re no longer interested in paying $6 or more a month, here’s how to cancel your CBS All Access membership. → Read More

How to Limit Who Can Reply to Your Tweets

Although social media is typically used to build communities, you occasionally might want to share something on Twitter without receiving replies. Thankfully, you can choose who can reply to your tweets using the Twitter iPhone, iPad, and Android apps, as well as Twitter’s desktop website. → Read More

How to Select and Edit Messages with the Up Arrow in Slack

If you’re a new Slack user and press the Up arrow key on your keyboard, the productivity app moves your highlighted focus to the message list. Here’s how you can change the Up arrow’s functionality to edit your last-sent message quickly. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S20: How to Turn on Dark Mode

Samsung was one of the first Android manufacturers to add Dark Mode to its handsets. If you recently purchased a Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra, enabling the UI feature and setting it up on a schedule is extremely easy. Here’s how. → Read More

No, 5G Does Not Cause Coronavirus

COVID-19, better known as the Coronavirus, is a respiratory disease that has spread to over 100 countries and has been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). But if you spend more than five minutes online, you’ll find someone shouting that 5G is the real cause of people’s illnesses. Simply put, these claims are factually false. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy S20: The Fastest Way to Access Notifications

When you swipe up or down in the middle of a Samsung Galaxy S20, S20+, or S20 Ultra’s display, it opens the app drawer. Fortunately, there’s a setting that allows you to open the notification panel with a downward swipe so you don’t have to reach the top of the screen. → Read More

PSA: Watch Out for This New Text Message Package Delivery Scam

We’ve been trained to expect and look out for spam emails. But now, scammers are sending realistic-looking text messages (like the one above) posing as shipping and package delivery companies such as FedEx. → Read More

How to View Saved Passwords in Chrome for Android

Google Chrome occasionally offers to save passwords as users type them into websites. Android owners can quickly access, delete, and export saved passwords through the mobile browser. Here’s how to view your saved passwords on your smartphone. → Read More

We asked, you told us: The Pixel 4 is the most anticipated phone of 2019

According to this week's poll results, while most are unsure about the Google Pixel 4, it's still one of the most anticipated phones of 2019. → Read More

Save up to $400 on a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Now's the best time to buy the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 if you don't want to wait for the Note 10. → Read More

We asked, you told us: Most don't care about the Pixel 4

This week, we asked if people were excited for the Google Pixel 4. While the results were tight, the majority of the voters said they weren't. → Read More

Android Q Beta 5 brings stability improvements and new gesture controls

Android Q beta 5 is here with significant improvements to gesture controls. Here's everything you need to know about the firmware update. → Read More

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is getting the Huawei P30's best colorway

After months of leaked CAD renders and blurry photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, we finally have official-looking press render of the upcoming handset. → Read More

Here's a dead simple method to save 20% on Amazon Prime Day

Save 20 percent on Prime Day simply by using the Amazon app's camera mode.Scan almost any item and unlock the savings before this year's shopping holiday. → Read More

The 10 best comedy shows and movies on HBO

Here is our list of the best funny TV shows and movies you can stream right now on HBO. Watch original HBO comedy shows and movies and some of your favorites. → Read More

We asked, you told us: Most want Android updates within weeks of its release

This week, we asked you how long you’d wait for Android updates. As it turns out, most worry more about getting Google’s monthly security patches. → Read More

Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp not working, have stopped showing pictures

It's not just you: Instagram, Facebook, and WhatsApp have all stopped working properly. Each of the services have lost the ability to display photos. → Read More