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AMGOO Telecom designs and manufactures innovative GSM, 3G, LTE, and CDMA mobile phones, such as feature phones and affordable u...

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May 19, 2015 02:15 AM PDT

Are you using the latest version of Google Android? Android 5.0 'Lollipop?'

We all know that Android is customisable and has many useful features that we users of Android smartphones love, but sometimes it's hard to keep up with the many changes that keep coming out.
Do you even need Android 5.0 on your new Android smartphone? If you have it, are you making use of all of the features and functions that it offers?

Keep listening as we fill you in on what you need to know... 


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April 24, 2015 01:46 AM PDT

In this podcast AMGOO discusses why today's smartphone users should be choosing unlocked Android smartphones with an FM radio.

Despite being a fairly old-fashioned feature the humble FM radio still has a lot to offer the average phone user, even today!

Keep listening to hear 5 reasons why YOU should choose a smartphone with an FM radio tuner included!

March 12, 2015 06:50 PM PDT

As Android smartphones age they can slow down.


They get filled with junk files!

Actually you don't need to replace your older phone, and if you follow the 6 tips that Adrian shares in this podcast, you can rescue your phone and return it to a much faster and fresher state!


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March 04, 2015 09:22 PM PST

Tune into this episode of the AMGOO Podcast where we're discussing what makes the ideal smartphones for seniors!

It's well-known fact that older members of society are often reluctant to start using smartphones.

They often say:

  • They're too difficult to use.
  • They're too expensive.
  • I don't need all of the functions.

Actually there are many reasons why smartphones are perfect for older phone users.

As family members we need to educate them that all of their concerns aren't really too much to worry about, and that smartphones can offer a new dimension of useful functions for them.

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Thanks for listening, and we'll see you again next time!



In this show I mentioned AMGOO's range of unlocked Android smartphones which are all at friendly prices, and include all of the features which older phone users are likely to get a lot out of.

Any entry-level and mid-range models would make good smartphones for seniors, so go ahead and take a look.

If you'd like to learn more about smartphones for seniors, take a look at this blog: http://www.amgoo.com/blog/why-smart-phones-for-seniors-are-the-way-forward

For more blogs from AMGOO Telecom about everything from Android hacks, through to the mobile industry in Africa, click here: http://www.amgoo.com/blog

February 09, 2015 06:50 PM PST

In this episode Adrian discusses if size really matters when it comes to smartphone screen sizes!

Today's flagship smartphones in 2015 are approaching 6 inches!

We'll explore:

  • Is a larger touchscreen better than a smaller one? 
  • What are the benefits of larger screens?
  • What size of screen can be considered to be large?  
  • Does this mean that smaller phones are now a thing of the past?

Don't forget to take a look at AMGOO's unlocked Android smartphones, many of which are 5 inches and therefore fit into the 'large smartphone' category!

For more information about smartphones and the mobile industry, take a look at the AMGOO blog by clicking here.

Thanks for listening, and we'll catch you next time!

January 25, 2015 07:00 PM PST

In this episode Adrian & Liam discuss how to root Android smartphones.

You'll learn:

  • What 'Rooting' means
  • The benefits of a rooted smartphone
  • The drawbacks of rooting
  • How to root an Android smartphone using simple 'one-click' software
  • 5 great apps only available for phon users with a rooted phone

A rooted phone gives you 100% control over your Android smartphone, and allows you to change the way the phone behaves, delete software that was permanently there before, and add apps that are not allowed in Google's Play store.

Many apps like Ad Blockers aren't welcomed by Google as they would prefer that you are served ads in order to make money, and by being able to remove manufacturer 'bloatware' you'll also give your Android smartphone a speed and performance boost!

Sounds good? Take a listen!


Show Notes

Are you interested in rooting your Android smartphone? Let us know how you get on by leaving a comment, or ask a question if you need to! 

January 06, 2015 02:18 AM PST

The Africa mobile industry is very important to AMGOO Telecom, as many of our unlocked Android smartphones are aimed at the developing world markets, including Africa.

In this podcast you'll learn about how many mobile users there are in Africa, why Africa is dubbed 'The Mobile Continent,' and how things are set to change over the coming few years.

We'll also look at what kinds of phones are currently common in Africa, and why, and how phone usage habits may be changing soon.

In this podcast I mentioned the AMGOO AM506 'Spark,' an entry-level unlocked Android smartphone which is perfect for first-time smartphone owners in Africa. See it here: http://www.amgoo.com/smart-phones/am506-wcdma-3g-dual-core-3.5-entry-level-unlocked-android-smartphone 

Don't forget to subscribe to our regular blog on all things mobile here: http://www.amgoo.com/blog

January 06, 2015 04:42 AM PST

In this podcast Dan & Adrian from AMGOO Telecom introduce AMGOO's, and indeed the developing world's, most important phone of 2015: The AMGOO AM506 'Spark' unlocked Android smartphone.

This dual core beauty is special as it is the first smartphone from AMGOO aimed specifically at empowering phone users in the developing regions of Africa, Asia, and the Americas to be able to own an Android smartphone for the first time!

Learn why the Spark is so important, how it differs from other smartphones, and why even phone users with the smallest budget can get their hands on it!

Take a look at the AM506 Spark in more detail here: http://www.amgoo.com/smart-phones/am506-wcdma-3g-dual-core-3.5-entry-level-unlocked-android-smartphone

January 06, 2015 01:33 AM PST

In this podcast we introduce ourselves! 

Learn more about who AMGOO Telecom are, what we do, where we are, and the kinds of feature and unlocked Android smartphones that we design and manufacture!

Don't forget to visit our website for more information here: http://www.amgoo.com/

You can also read our regular blog on everything from the mobile industry in Africa, through to Android hacks here: http://www.amgoo.com/blog

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