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Summary: See all the steps for solving tech problems or just getting more out of What you're using. Whether it's a computer tip, tweaks and tricks for your DVR, or ways to get more out of your smartphone, you'll find it in CNET How to. Each video is helpfully rated easy, medium, difficult or supergeek.
Bill Detwiler shows you how to replace a cracked glass panel or broken display on the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S.
Once you finally get your hands on your new Samsung Galaxy S3, these five tips will get you off to a good start.
Get started with a little-known feature that lets you complete day-to-day tasks using motion gestures.
With S Beam, a feature unique to the Galaxy S III, you can share photos, videos, and more by simply tapping two devices.
Whether you regret customizing iOS beyond recognition or you just need to take your device to the Genius Bar for repairs, here's a simple method of restoring it to its former self.
Learn how to turn the MacBook Pro's headphone jack into a line input for recording audio.
Escape Apple's limitations and jailbreak your iDevice to get access to unique apps, themes, and customizations with this simple guide.
Whether you're looking to reduce clutter or share fond memories online, Sharon Vaknin has a tip on digitizing and storing printed photos using your iPhone or Android device.
Learn how to create a playlist of iTunes media you never use and delete them from your computer in one step.
The iOS update to the My Xbox Live app has given the iPhone the ability to control an Xbox 360. Here's how to set it up.
Some voice mail messages are worth keeping, but not necessarily on your phone. Sharon Vaknin explains how to move memorable voice mails onto your computer.
If you're feeling constricted using just one laptop screen or desktop monitor, Donald Bell is here to show you how to add more visual real estate to your computer setup.
Those USB ports on the front of your PS3 aren't just for charging your controllers. Sharon Vaknin offers three ways to use a USB drive to transfer media files, game save data, and more.
If you spend long hours working at a computer, as many of us do, you may find yourself suffering from eyestrain. Sharon Vaknin offers five helpful tips to help reduce or even prevent the discomfort caused by staring at your monitor all day.
Save some cash by taking your own passport photos with your own camera or smartphone and a few basic guidelines.