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HELLPC.NET is a tech blog which publishes tutorials related to Computers, Android Smartphones, iPhones and Photoshop etc. along with latest technology news. The writing method of the tutorials should be kept simple and to the point so that even a newbie can follow them. The tutorials should contain screenshots of each step so that readers can understand them easily. Every article should be a “how-to” guide …

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How to Export Google Photos to OneDrive and Flickr (2020)

Of late, Google and other tech companies have been working together to make their services data portable. The Data Transfer project actually started in 2017 and now it’s bearing fruits. Earlier, we showed you how to transfer your photos and videos from Facebook to Google Photos and now we bring you another guide on how to export Google Photos to OneDrive and Flickr. Google has, …

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YouTube Picture in Picture Mode Not Working in iOS 14 – Fix!

Playing YouTube videos in picture-in-picture mode on iPhone is something that I have always wanted. That’s why I was so ecstatic, when with iOS 14, Safari could play YouTube videos in the PiP mode. However, just a few days back the YouTube removed this functionality as it wants the PiP mode to remain an attractive feature of the premium plan. But don’t be disheartened as …

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How to Get macOS Dynamic Wallpaper on Windows 10 (2020)

Dynamic Wallpaper on macOS was introduced with the Mojave update and Apple has released more live wallpapers for Catalina and the upcoming Big Sur updates. As a Windows user, I find myself drooling over the sleek and visually pleasing backgrounds. Sure, we have some of the best Rainmeter skins with live background, but to be frank, the dynamic wallpapers are just better and well designed. …

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How to Use Music Recognition to Identify Songs in iOS 14.2

iOS 14.2 has turned out to be a pretty big update considering it’s a point version update. Not only it revamps the look of now playing screen on both the lock screen and Control Center, but it is also bringing new features. One of the new features is the new “Music Recognition” feature in the Control Center that lets you identify songs that are playing …

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How to Use Custom App Icons on iPhone in iOS 14

The long-awaited freedom to set a third-party browser like Chrome and a mail app like Gmail as default shows that Apple is slowly giving users more control. Perhaps from the same angle as its arch-rival, Google does. Though the walled garden is still very much intact, you can now at least bring your own set of personalization into the mix to make your home screen …

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How to Set Gmail as Default Email App on iPhone in iOS 14

The latest operating system for iPhone — iOS 14 — brings several new features. One of the most talked features is the ability to change default email clients and browser apps on the iPhone. Users have been waiting for this feature for so long, and it’s finally here. So, in this article, I am going to show you how you can set Gmail as your …

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How to Sync Contacts from Gmail to iPhone and iPad

Gone are the times when switching from Android to iPhone or vice-versa used to be a hassle. Now, you can switch the ecosystem with ease; and that too by importing all the essential data like contacts without breaking any sweat. So, whether you have decided to embrace iOS for good or just wish to sync your entire contacts from Gmail to iPhone and iPad to …

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How to Sort Images and Videos in Photos App in iOS 14

While Google Photos may still claim to rule the roost in terms of versatility and intelligence, Apple Photos has slowly but steadily covered a lot of ground. Apart from adding some notable privacy-centric features like the ability to limit third-party app access, the app has also introduced several neat features such as filters and a better way to hide the hidden album. Another cool addition …

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How to Remove Microphone Icon from Keyboard on iPhone

Times when you don’t feel convenient to type using fingers, the ever-reliable “Dictation” feature comes to the rescue. Simply hit the tiny microphone button and dictate your terms! But what if you hardly use Dictation and your fingers tend to activate it accidentally more often while typing on the QuickType keyboard? Bother not, there is a quick way to remove the microphone icon from the …

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