Category: How-to

It isn’t enough to have great new devices, apps, and games — you also have to know how to use them. Here on TechDomes, we try to make sure everyone’s capable of using their new devices the right way based on our how-tos.

iOS 13 may be the reason you can’t log in to your banking apps from your iPhone

If you have recently updated to iOS 13 and have found you are unable to log in to some apps like your bank, or 1Password, or other apps that need authentication, we may have the solution. It turns out there is an iPhone iOS 13 bug affecting older iPhones with Touch ID, where the in-app authentication dialog simply doesn’t appear. Here’s the fix ..

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How to download Google apps into your Huawei Mate 30

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is in a place that no other flagship has been before, launching globally but with no ‘official’ access to the Google Play Store and Google Play Services right out of the box. This means that many of your favorite Google apps are not instantly accessible on the Mate 30 Pro without a workaround or sideloading.

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How to fix iOS 13 update fail?

Apple just released iOS 13 to the public, and it’s available as an over-air-download to users now. Did your iOS update fail for some reason? Read on as we walk through a few common problems and solutions.

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How to upgrade to your new Apple Watch without losing data from watchOS 6

Ready to switch from your Series 4 or another Apple Watch to your new Series 5? Read along for how to upgrade to your new Apple Watch without losing data from watchOS 6.

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How to fix the iOS 13 Mail ‘No Sender’ bug

Have you just updated to iOS 13 on your iPhone and are experiencing bugs in Mail? You are not alone. A lot of users are reporting issues with the Apple Mail app on the new iOS 13 update. Fortunately, there are workarounds.

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[How-To] Check the available LTE brands currently supported in iPhone 11

Want to pick up the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, or iPhone 11 Pro Max but want to make sure it will work with certain LTE bands and specific carriers? Follow along for how to check what LTE bands are used in the various models of the iPhone 11 lineup.

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How to find your lost Apple products, even if they’re offline

Apple has long provided a way to track a lost device with Find My iPhone. With iOS 13 and macOS Catalina, however, Apple’s Find My iPhone platform is being rebranded to “Find My.” Here’s everything you need to know.

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Frame rate drops on Remedy’s Control on PS4? This is how to fix it.

If you’ve played Remedy’s Control on PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 4 Pro, you’ve likely noticed some performance issues, to put it mildly. As Digital Foundry discovered after conducting a performance test of the game, it’s rough. Like 10FPS rough. We’ve reached out to Remedy to see what the studio’s plan is on combating these issues and are waiting on a response. We will update when we are able.

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How to install the iOS 13 public beta on your iPhone

Apple today surprisingly released the first public beta of iOS 13 following just three weeks of developer beta testing. Apple initially said the public beta would be available in July, but nonetheless, here it is. Read on for instructions on how to install the iOS 13 public beta.

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How to make your iPhone read any text out loud

Today we have another great tip ripped form the iPhone’s accessibility settings. The screen reader lets you use a quick two-finger gesture to read anything on the screen. This is obviously designed for folks who have trouble reading the screen, but it is also very handy for everyone else.

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