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Your phone's home screen can get as wild or tame as you want with these customizations.
A long overdue revamp modernizes the service, but it still needs some work to truly match its potential.
Go beyond the staid sounds that came with your phone by adding in some of your favorite tunes.
Take charge of your privacy so there are no surprises about how much information your digital assistant is holding onto.
Google Photos and Drive complement each other in some ways and offer stark differences in others.
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Instead of just sticking your old phone in a drawer or selling it for a pittance, give it a new role.
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