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How to choose headphones for your smartphone in 2021

How to choose headphones for your smartphone in 2021

In today’s era of technological advancement and digital life, a mobile phone is a necessity one cannot imagine living without. It’s the fastest and easiest way to connect with your loved ones, friends, clients, and vendors. Depending on the use of a mobile phone, there is a wide categorization of mobile phones ranging from simple to highly sophisticated. Some mobiles come with just the basic function of call and SMS. Then there are smartphones having all features a tablet or workbook laptop can have.

With smartphones, there come various kinds of accessories to ease the use of smartphones for users. Multiple accessories and gadgets are available in the market to support you in using your smartphone, enhancing all its functions and features to a great extent. One of these accessories is the headphones. Headphones boost the audio functions of smartphones. They are used to help you listen to your favorite music, attend long calls, watch videos, and lots more. There are multiple companies that make headphones with different sound quality, features, and of course prices.

Different models are made for different types of usage. Either you want to listen to music, attend an online skype meeting, or watch a movie, there a different headphone for each use. You cannot keep separate headphones for each task, so we will help you do a need analysis to let you know which headphones are best for you.

Few questions you should ask yourself before deciding which headphones you are going to purchase, like:

Why do you want a headphone? This question depends on how you are going to use them and what for. Do you want to use headphones while jogging? Or it is to be used in a library while you read and listen to light music, or just enjoy your own company while traveling on a train.

Second question, what type should be your headphones? In-ear, on-ear, over-ear are few types. You should know what type you want. In-ear are good for jogging, exercise, use during walking. On-ear are good for library use, low music is best in on-ear headphones. While over-ear headphones are best if you are a professional musician, sound engineer, or gamer, who wants to focus on the task on hand without any disturbance.

Then should it be wireless or wired? Nowadays wireless headphones are all the hype in the mobile accessories market, but they need charging and if you want to use headphones for a seriously long period of time while sitting in a train or airplane, wired headphones are preferred as you don’t want to charge in between the travel.

Thes noise cancellation feature helps you in focusing on the voice you want to hear in headphones. This feature is more helpful for sound engineers, musicians, etc who need a noiseless environment for their work.

Warranties, and supporting accessories like sd card player, iPod, cables, DAC, and stands for the headphones are few accessories which can impact on the prices yet may be useful for some. Warranties from the manufacturer is another reason to purchase any specific headphone. Some of the famous companies which make quality headphones are sony, Samsung, Dr. Dre, Bose, etc.

Last thing if you are still in doubt about what is best for you, just ask the salesperson at any accessories store and they will surely help you in selecting the best headphone depending on your requirements, usage, and budget.

With headphones being popular for music listening and gaming, we often overlook an important reason that headphones come in handy: for our phones. Especially as we need to be hands-free while driving or be able to talk on the phone while doing other things, ensuring the best quality in your headphones will make conversations clear for both parties. 

  • Design preference
  • Great sound quality and speakers
  • Clear microphone that does not pick up ambient noise
  • Bluetooth connection for easy use
  • Comfort 
  • Best value for overall quality 

I’ll dive into the details of how you should choose headphones for mobile as well as some recommended headphones you should check out that satisfy those requirements. I have done tons of research hours and comparisons for you so you can compare the best headphone choices, and choose one that best meets your needs for calling and using media on your phone.

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The transfer of data from tablet to phone

The transfer of data from tablet to phone

There are many ways to transfer data from tablet to tablet — including contacts, apps, files, photos and more. 

The cloud

The cloud is this nebulous, tech-y thing that you kinda understand what it is, sorta know how to use it, but not really how it works. Essentially, cloud storage saves data to a virtually accessible network. If you have a network connection and a device to access it, you can save your information to the cloud. 

There are lots of ways to do this. Your Google account is a cloud account, in essence. You can add pictures to Google Photos, contacts to Google Contacts, etc. You can sign in to your Google account and that data will be transferred to your new tablet. 

  • On an Android tablet: Go to Settings > Google > Manage your Google Account
  • On an iPad: Go to Settings > Accounts & Passwords > Add Account > Google

If you’re not a Google user, there are other cloud services (both paid and free) you can use to transfer the data to your new tablet. Some examples include: 

  • Box
  • Dropbox
  • SkyDrive
  • SpiderOak

Upload the information from your old tablet into the cloud storage platform, and then log in with your new device and download what you need. 

Mobile transfer

Another option is what’s called a mobile transfer, which is helpful if you’re trying to figure out how to upload files to an Android tablet or iPad. This is a tablet-to-computer-to-tablet data transfer via USB cable connection. Drag or copy and paste files over from your old tablet onto the computer. When that data transfer is complete, you can do the same from the computer over to the new tablet. 

This can be a lengthy, tedious process if you have a lot of data to transfer. To speed it up, check out a paid service like Coolmuster.

MicroSD card

You can also use a microSD card to physically transfer files between Android devices. A microSD is similar to an SD card, only smaller for mobile devices. 

On your original tablet, move everything over to the microSD storage (instead of storing the data on your device). Go to the My Files app to do this. 

When everything is transferred over to your microSD card, take it out of the original device and move it over to your new one. You’ll see all your files, contacts, apps, and other data on your new tablet.

Computer-to-tablet transfers

You can use the cloud method described above for a computer-to-tablet transfer, as well as the following options: 

USB cable

For Android users, connect the tablet to your computer via USB cable. 

PC users: An AutoPlay dialog box should appear. Choose Open Fold/Device to View Files. If the dialog box doesn’t pop up, open the computer window and click on the tablet’s icon at the bottom. Click the storage icon to view the files and drag and drop to their final destination.

Mac users: The Android File Transfer program should pop up on your screen. Open two folders: the one containing the files you want to transfer and the one where you want the files to go. Drag the files from one folder to the other to copy the data. 

SMB file transfer 

SMB (Server Message Block) is ideal for tech-savvy people who want to transfer files between computer and tablet. The file transfer protocol involves remote server access (similar to how cloud storage works) to read, create and update files. 

On Windows, right click the folder you want to share and select Share With and adjust the settings accordingly. 

On Mac, you can find these settings in System Preferences > Sharing > File Sharing > Options > Share files and folders using SMB. Here, you can configure sharing settings.

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