Portable Electronics Tips & Tricks
By Jason Hidalgo, About.com Guide
How'd They Do That?
Some neat tricks you can do related to portable electronics devices. Tips range from ripping music from CD's, converting videos for portable devices, and a bevy of iPad tutorials.
- How To Copy Music from CDs Using Windows Media Player
- How to Turn Your Nook Color into an Android Tablet
- How to Change Your Wallpaper in Android Honeycomb
- How to Fix a Frozen Android App Download
- How to Lend or Borrow Kindle E-Books
- How to Take Screenshots with a BlackBerry PlayBook
- How to Delete Photos in a BlackBerry PlayBook
- How to Convert Videos for Portable Devices
- How to Change the Battery of a Barnes & Noble Nook eReader
- How to Remove the HTC Surround Back Cover, Battery and SIM Card
- How to Replace a BlackBerry Torch Battery, SIM card or MicroSD Memory card
- How to Remove Samsung Galaxy S Captivate Back, Battery, SIM Card & Memory Card
- How to Replace a Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant Battery, SIM Card or memory Card
- How to Access the Motorola Droid 2 Battery and MicroSD Memory Card
- How to Rearrange or Delete iPad Apps
- How to Change iPad Wallpaper and Grab Images from the Web
- How to Search for Apps, Music and Files in Your Apple iPad
- How to Connect USB Devices to an iPad
The Tipping Point
Tips and suggestions to help make your portable life much easier.
- The 5 Best Devices for a Plane Flight
- Bringing an E-Reader to the Beach
- 10 Reasons to Get an E-Reader Cover
- 7 Tips for Avoiding Online Auction Fraud
A Matter of FAQ
Frequently asked questions plus info about portable electronic devices.
- What are the Features of the New Kindle 3 Lineup?
- What is Sideloading?
- What is the Barnes & Noble Nook Android App?
- What is the iOS 3.2.1 Update for the iPad?
- What is iOS4 and When is It Coming Out for iPad?
- What's New With the Latest Kindle Update?
- What is EPUB?
- What is E Ink?
- What is E-Ink Pearl?
- The eBook File Compatibility Guide
Not So Lonely at the Top
In the market for a device? Here are some recommendations to help you separate the proverbial wheat from the chaff. "Top" listings indicate devices we've personally tried out and recommend. "Popular" or "Roundup" lists are a sampling of devices that are most popular or recently released.