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DJI tells Pixel 6 owners to borrow another phone to use its drones and cameras

DJI’s drones and action cameras have become popular among content creators and photographers for their high quality and powerful automation. And naturally, many of the same people chose to pick up a Pixel 6 for its excellent photo and video quality. Unfortunately, this combination isn’t working out very well due to a bug or incompatibility that’s preventing DJI apps from performing as intended, and it’s leaving some devices virtually unusable.

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Source: https://www.androidpolice.com/dji-tells-pixel-6-owners-to-borrow-another-phone-to-use-its-drones-and-cameras/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Cody Toombs

The best Android apps in 2021

The best Android apps are well-designed, easy to use, and run well on any device, from older budget devices to newer hardware. In our roundup of the best apps for Android, we’ll cross categories to provide you with a starter pack of sorts to figure out which apps to download. If you’re new to Android, think of this list as a greatest hits, and if you’ve been around the platform for a few years, perhaps you’ll find something to add to your arsenal. Like with the best Android games, this list will grow and evolve over time, so leave your favorites in the comments.

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Source: https://www.androidpolice.com/best-android-apps/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Matthew Sholtz

Android Users, Beware.

We’ve started seeing some almost believable malware, popping up on our Android devices. Remember never to click on ANYTHING that pops up while you’re browsing the web, no matter how much it looks like it came from your operating system or phone vendor.

We got the scary virus warning below clicking on an article on a political website TheHill.com (repeatedly, alternating with another dubious click-hole). It references a “hacking event” with yesterday’s date, and there’s even a 3 minute countdown-to-disaster timer. (HURRY! You better click NOW!) They even throw in the phone model for good measure, and it looks like it could be from Samsung, or a notice of an Android update. Yeah. Could be. But…It isn’t.

Don’t be fooled. Never click on pop ups. When in doubt, just hit BACK.

Google Tasks has failed to take off, and Google has no one to blame but itself

The app took more than 3 years to reach 10 million downloads

There’s nothing Google’s developers love more than making new messaging apps and task management/to do/reminder apps. When Google Tasks was announced, more than three years ago, we thought it would be the one solution to rule them all — at least for task management. Except Google’s strategy with this app, as it has been for years, has remained as disjointed as ever. It’s no surprise then that Tasks just made it past the 10 million download mark on the Play Store.

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Google Tasks has failed to take off, and Google has no one to blame but itself was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Source: https://www.androidpolice.com/2021/07/09/google-tasks-has-failed-to-take-off-and-google-has-no-one-to-blame-but-itself/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Rita El Khoury

How I set up a self-hosted replacement for Google Photos

Synology Photos is a free Google Photos clone, but you’ll need hardware to host it

With Google Photos discontinuing free unlimited photo backups starting next week, we’ve been taking a look at the various alternatives available on the market to replace the service. Both options we’ve looked at so far — Amazon Photos and Microsoft OneDrive — are cloud-based lockers, so today we’re going to take another approach and check out a local storage alternative. Synology, the maker of the famous home NAS servers, has been testing its own photos management library for a while and in my experience, it’s as close to Google Photos as you could ever get.

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How I set up a self-hosted replacement for Google Photos was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Source: https://www.androidpolice.com/2021/05/29/how-i-set-up-a-self-hosted-replacement-for-google-photos/
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The Article Was Written/Published By: Rita El Khoury