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      Will your new smartphone work on Verizon or AT&T? How about Sprint or T-Mobile? Flipsy.com has the answers You need to know what network your smartphone will work on if you have an unlocked phone, are considering a switch to a different carrier, or just purchased a used smartphone.



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      High-end smartphones are expensive, a fact that fuels a healthy smartphone insurance industry.



      Flipsy.com reviews the top no contract phone plans from Verizon, AT&T, Republic Wireless, Cricket, and more; and reveals which has the best coverage, reliability, and price If you're considering ditching your cell phone contract for a no contract plan, it's easy to be overwhelmed by the sheer number of providers vying for your prepaid phone business.





Flipsy.com shows you step-by-step how to replace a battery in the Motorola Moto X

If your Motorola Moto X won’t hold a charge, chances are you need a new battery. Fortunately, replacing your Motorola Moto X battery isn’t too difficult, though it does require a bit of patience. The following guide details how to replace your Motorola Moto X battery.

What you need
Pry tool
T4 Torx screwdriver

STEP 1: Remove the SIM card tray.

STEP 2: Use the pry tool to separate the back case by prying along the perimeter seam, then open the back case like a book so you don’t damage a connecting cable underneath.

STEP 3: Use the pry tool to disconnect the cable connecting the ... more »

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This Flipsy.com guide shows you how to replace your iPad 2 battery quick and easy

Is your iPad 2 battery dead? Fortunately you can replace your Apple iPad 2 battery yourself quick, easy, and cheap when you follow these step-by-step instructions.

What you need

Small Phillips screwdriver
Pry tool
Spudger
Guitar picks
Hair dryer
Replacement iPad 2 battery pack

STEP 1: Use the hair dryer to heat the front perimeter of the iPad 2 screen and soften the underlying adhesive.

STEP 2: Starting on the lower right side, use the pry tool to separate the front screen from the iPad 2 frame. Work your way around the iPad, inserting the guitar picks (or triangle opening tools) in the seam to main... more »

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Will your new smartphone work on Verizon or AT&T? How about Sprint or T-Mobile? Flipsy.com has the answers

You need to know what network your smartphone will work on if you have an unlocked phone, are considering a switch to a different carrier, or just purchased a used smartphone. Unfortunately, knowing whether your smartphone will work with any given network isn’t a straight-forward process; there are several things you need to investigate before you can determine whether your phone is compatible with your desired network. This guide will show you how to tell what network your smartphone will work on.

CDMA versus GSM

There are two types of smartphone networks, CDMA and GSM, and each uses its own technology. Most smartphones today are compatible with either CDMA or GSM, though some are capable of connecting to b... more »

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Samsung's Galaxy A7 is rumored to be launching soon. The A7 will have a metal case much like the Alpha, making it a more solid smartphone all around. It will have the same processor as the Galaxy Note 4, a Snapdragon 615. Its ultrathin chassis only measures 6.3mm. The high-end Samsung Galaxy A7 should be showing up soon in China, ready to be released on multiple carriers elsewhere.

Launch Date
Expected launch soon

Release Date
Expected release soon.

Expected Operating System
Android 4.4 KitKat

Device Name
Samsung Galaxy A7

Likely Specs
5.5-inch screen display with Full HD (1920 x 1080) pixel resolution
Snapdragon 615 processor
2... more »

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If you need to wipe sensitive data from or otherwise reset your Motorola Moto X to factory settings, it's easy to do. Here's how to reset your Motorola Moto X.

Method 1: Via Moto X settings

STEP 1: Go to SETTINGS

STEP 2: Select BACKUP & RESET

STEP 3: Select FACTORY DATA RESET

STEP 4: Select RESET PHONE


Method 2: Alternative Moto X reset

STEP 1: Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN and POWER buttons for two to three seconds, or until the boot options screen appears.

STEP 2: Use the VOLUME DOWN button to navigate to RECOVERY, then press the VOLUME UP button.

STEP 3: You will see the Motorola a... more »

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