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Multiple Web Page Windows on the Droid Bionic

The Droid Bionic does a fairly good job of letting you surf the web anywhere you take your phone. The process of web browsing works the same as it does on a computer, but it’s probably something you may [more…]

Search the Web on Your Droid Bionic

The handiest way to find things on the web is to use the Google Search widget on your Droid Bionic, often found floating on the Home screen panel, to the left of the main Home screen panel, shown in this [more…]

Share Web Pages with Your Droid Bionic

The Android operating system on the Droid Bionic lets you easily share information you find on your phone. With regard to the web pages you visit, you can easily share a link to the page you’re viewing [more…]

Download Web Content to Your Droid Bionic

You can download information from a web page into your Droid Bionic. A download is a transfer of information from another location to your phone. When you send something from the phone, you [more…]

Droid Bionic: Set Home Page and Text Size

More options and settings and controls exist for the Browser app than for just about every other app on the Droid Bionic. It’s complex. The home page is the first page you see when you start the Browser [more…]

Droid Bionic: Set Privacy and Security Options

Some security settings are built in to the Droid Bionic. But with security on the web, you should always be smart and think before doing anything questionable or tempting. Use common sense. [more…]

E-Mail on Your Droid Bionic

Electronic mail is handled on the Droid Bionic by two apps: Gmail and Email. The Gmail app hooks directly into your Google Gmail account. In fact, they’re exact echoes of each other: The Gmail you receive [more…]

Droid Bionic: Configure a Web-Based E-Mail Account

You need to configure the Droid Bionic to access any non-Gmail e-mail account. The process is easy for web-based e-mail accounts such as Yahoo! Mail; follow through with these steps to get things set up [more…]

Droid Bionic: Set up an ISP E-Mail Account

For e-mail provided by your Internet service provider (ISP), office, or other large organization, you have to work the manual setup on the Droid Bionic. The steps are involved, but as long you have the [more…]

Droid Bionic: Receive E-Mail Messages

You’re alerted to the arrival of a new e-mail message in your Droid Bionic by a notification icon. The icon differs depending on the e-mail’s source.

For a new Gmail message, you see the New Gmail notification [more…]

Droid Bionic: Music from the Amazon MP3 Store

When you don’t have any music to play on your Droid Bionic, you need to buy it. The Android Market may at some point sell music, but for now you need to turn to another source for your music shopping needs [more…]

The Droid Bionic's Gallery

The Droid Bionic’s Gallery app is the main place to go for looking at pictures and videos on your phone. They can be images you’ve taken with the phone or images synchronized from social networking sites [more…]

Droid Bionic: Image Organization and Viewing

Eventually, you have dozens, if not thousands, of images in your Droid Bionic. They’re all stored in one long spaghetti string in the Gallery app, visible by endlessly scrolling through the Camera Roll [more…]

Droid Bionic: Create a New Photo Album

Putting pictures in their own album on the Droid Bionic is a great way to not only keep your photos and videos organized but also keep your friends from going insane as you wildly scan the Camera Roll [more…]

Droid Bionic: Tag an Image

One method to help you keep your pictures and videos organized on your Droid Bionic is to tag them. A tag is simply a tidbit of text, short and punchy — for example, [more…]

Droid Bionic: Pictures Map Location and Printing

In addition to snapping a picture, the Droid Bionic saves the location where you took the picture. This information is obtained from the phone’s GPS, the same tool used to find your location on a map. [more…]

Crop an Image on the Droid Bionic

It’s possible to use the Droid Bionic's Gallery app to perform some minor photo surgery, such as image cropping. Cropping is one useful thing you can do on your phone. Still, the best tool for image editing [more…]

Droid Bionic Gallery: Rotate or Delete Images

You can use the Gallery App on your Droid Bionic to make slight edits to your photos, such as rotating pictures or deleting them. Here are the steps to follow. [more…]

Droid Bionic: Configure Your Picasa Account

Part of your Google account includes access to the online photo-sharing website Picasa, also known as Picasaweb. If you haven’t yet been, use your computer to visit the [more…]

Droid Bionic: Upload A Video to YouTube

The best way to share a video from your Droid Bionic is to upload it to YouTube. As a Google account holder, you also have a YouTube account. You can use the YouTube app on the Droid Bionic along with [more…]

The Droid Bionic's Share Button

The Share button lurks at the bottom of the Droid Bionic screen whenever you view an image or a video. If you don’t see the button, touch the screen and it shows up. [more…]

Droid Bionic: Explore Your Music Library

Music Headquarters on your Droid Bionic is the app named, oddly enough, Music. You can start this app by touching its icon, found on the App menu. Soon, you discover the main Music browsing screen, similar [more…]

Synch Music from Your Computer to Droid Bionic

If you’ve already copied your music collection to your computer, or if you use your computer as your main music storage system, you can share that music with the Droid Bionic. [more…]

Set Video Quality on the Droid Bionic

Though it may seem that choosing high quality or HD (high definition) all the time for videos on your Droid Bionic is the best option, that's not always the case. For example, video you shoot for YouTube [more…]

Record a Video Message on the Droid Bionic

You have two modes to choose from for shooting video on the Droid Bionic: Normal Video and Video Message. Video Message mode is especially designed for quick uploading to the Internet or for adding an [more…]

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