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How to fix a hacked Android device.

If you suspect that your Android phone has been hacked and you wonder – How can I Fix it, then you have come to the right place. Most mobile phone users are not aware of mobile phone hacking and data breaching, which are increasing every day. Though Android phones are considered quite safe to use…
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Phonlab Adds a Battery Testing Section

​What’s new in the Phonlab Smartphone Tech Course this month. Since Windows 11 has been release for some time now Phonlab has decided to update some of the training to show any differences with windows 11 over windows 10 which is what all of the training in the Phonlab SmartPhone Tech Course is based on…
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Release the Flipper

The Flipper Zero is an amazing device that has so many fun use cases. Now you can release even more of them with the new custom Firmware developed by RogueMaster. This firmware gives you a ton of new apps and features including random new splash screens that are really fun. This post will guide you…
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Apple Self Service Repairs

Self Service Repair is intended for individuals with the knowledge and experience to repair electronic devices. If you are experienced with the complexities of repairing electronic devices, Self Service Repair provides you with access to genuine Apple parts, tools, and repair manuals to perform your own out-of-warranty repair. Follow these steps to perform a variety…
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Lint The Port Killer

Charging ports can be frustrating to trouble shoot and figure out why the phone or tablet is not charging. The Lighnting port on iPhones are the most common culprits to have lint in them but the USB type C ports are right behind them. Before replacing any USB port always check for lint and dirty.…
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App Developer Course Huge Discount

Phonlab offers 2 app developer course one for Android and the other Apple iOS. These courses teach you the basic skills you will need to start developing and coding your own applications. Everything from setting up the development environment to publishing your app to the Google play store or the app store. Today we are…
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The Amazing Pi-Hole

The Pi-hole is a DNS sinkhole that protects your devices from unwanted content without installing any client-side software. Lets break this statement down for you. Once the Pi-Hole is setup and configured on your network a device makes a request for a URL and in this example we will use google.com. URL to IP address look up…
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Whats new at Phonlab May 2022

New lessons added to the Phonlab Smartphone Tech Course this month. Galaxy S20 Android 12 FRP bypass 5th Generation Mobile Service Mobile Virtual Network Operator Phonlab AT Command Tool Samsung FRP GONE I have been working on this new Samsung Tool for 3 weeks and have added a ton of new features. IE: Command history,…
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Understanding 5G Mobile Service.

Understand 5G or 5th Generation cell signal and the verbiage used can be really confusing. I have lots of friends and family struggle with all the terms and what is really going on. Also lots of carriers and customer support people really do not understand it either. Lots of carrier customer services people tell me…
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Flipper Zero, Hacker’s Multi Tool

Flipper Zero is a tiny piece of hardware with a curious personality of a cyber-dolphin known as Lelf1te. You can interact with digital systems in real life and grow while you use it. Explore any kind of access control system, RFID, radio protocols, copy NFC tags, run bad USB payloads, and debug hardware using GPIO…
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