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Huawei Mate 30 : Enable Air Gestures

Huawei unveiled its new Huawei Mate 30 series of smartphones last week, introducing Huawei’s latest Kirin processor and a complex quad-lens camera system that’s contained in a new, circular enclosure. One of the innovative features that the Huawei Mate 30 Pro brings is Air Gestures, which allow users to take screenshots and scroll without actually touching the device.

How to Install Google Services and Apps on any Huawei smartphone

Huawei has officially unveiled its Mate 30 flagships running Android 10, and they don’t comes with pre-installed Google services or apps. However, there is a simple way to add Google Play Services to the Huawei Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro and any other Huawei handset lacking them, as long as they are running EMUI 9.1.1 or newer.

Enabling Dark Mode in Facebook Messenger for Android and iOS

Facebook has finally included a new dark mode in its Messenger app, and it’s relatively easy to enable. Dark Mode is more than just a personal preference as it can save battery life if you spend a lot of time within the app. This is thanks to the fact that your phone isn’t spending all of that energy to light your bright screen up.

Configuring BlackBerry Hub+ with Microsoft Azure using OAuth

BlackBerry is beta testing a BlackBerry Hub+ Services configuration for users in Office 365 that utilize Modern Authentication. Modern Authentication simplifies authentication for developers by providing identity as a service (IaaS), with support for industry-standard protocols such as OAuth 2.0.

How to Pair AirPods With a PC and Other Devices

Apple’s AirPods work seamlessly with iPhones but they’re also standard Bluetooth headphones, which means they will work with any device that supports Bluetooth audio, including a PC, Windows laptop and even Android phones. The pairing process isn't as automatic as pairing with an iPhone, but they’ll pair pretty much the same way other bluetooth earphones do and if you’re using a Mac or iPad, the pairing process is even easier.

Accessing BBM Enterprise from multiple devices

One of the many features and enhancements of the new BBM Enterprise v1.2 is the implementation of Multiple points of presence (MPOP).  This allows users to access their BBM Enterprise account from up to three devices simultaneously.

How to set EE Wi-Fi Calling up on the BlackBerry Priv

One of the benefits of using a BlackBerry Priv with EE, is that EE's WiFi Calling service is available to customers with a BlackBerry Priv smartphone. Wi-Fi calling allows you to use a Wi-Fi network to make and receive phone calls, rather than using the traditional mobile network.

Adding Multiple Administrators to BBM Channels

One of the most requested features from BlackBerry's BBM Channels users has been the ability to add multiple administratiors (Contributors). BBM Channel Administrators are the users who create, manage and most importantly,  post new channel content.

BBM Protected: An Overview

BBM Protected is the first product in the eBBM Suite of products and services aimed at enterprise customers. BBM Protected uses advanced security features to allow BlackBerry 10, BlackBerry OS (version 6.0 to 7.1), iOS, and Android device users in your organization to communicate securely with each other using BBM.

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