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Effectively Manage Your Android Data with Coolmuster Android Assistant



Applications and files are eating up your Android phone storage space? Transferring data from your phone to computer takes you too much time? Finding a specific file costs you 30 minutes or even one hour? If you are an Android device user, you must be familiar with these situations because they happen to all Android users and annoy them for a long time. Therefore, users are eager to get a kind of serviceable software to let them escape from all these troubles. As a result, Coolmuster Android Assistant appears.

As a professional Android data manager, Coolmuster gathers backup, transmission, and management in an integral whole. With it, you can not only solve the tiring Android phone problems via one program but also can simplify the process to save your time. So we can say that managing data on your Android phone is no longer a trouble after having it.

What Can You Do with Coolmuster Android Assistant?

The functions that Coolmuster Android Assistant can provide you are abundant and utility.I will list its main features below, which will assist you in knowing more about this tool.
1. Transfer various data from Android to computer without damaging their quality, including Contacts, SMS, Music, Photos, Videos, etc..
2. Add, delete or edit your Android data on the desktop computer directly.
3. 1-click backup&restore feature allows you to backup, or restore any types of files from/to Android device with one simple click.
4. Find particular data in several seconds by typing one or more keywords in searching box.
5. Texting or mass texting people on your computer as you like.
6. Link Android device to PC with 2 different ways: USB connection and Wifi connection.
7. Compatible with massive popular brands of Android device, including Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Sony, Huawei, etc.

The Ways to Use Coolmuster Android Assistant

Using this powerful Android File Manager to backup, copy and organize files could be effortless. You can follow the steps and make an attempt.

Part 1. How to Import, Export, Add, Delete and Edit Data on Android device?

Step 1: Open USB debugging.

Before launching the tool, you have to make sure that USB debugging is enabled on your device. Otherwise, the program will fail to detect your Android phone.

The Ways to Use Coolmuster Android Assistant

Step 2: Download and install USB driver.

Use USB cable to connect your Android phone to computer and then launch the tool. After that, click “Next” on the computer screen to make the program detect your device. Then it will notify you that the USB driver is downloading and installing on your PC.

Step 3: Recognize your phone.

After finishing the USB driver installation, you still need to wait a few seconds until all of the items are ready to use. And what you need to do next is to authorize the PC by clicking “OK” on your phone. And then the program will recognize your phone and you can see the detailed information of your phone in the main interface.

Step 3: Recognize your phone.

Step 4: Manage Data on Android Now.

Now various folders will be displayed in the left panel but what should we do next? Let’s take “Contacts” as an example. First of all, you need to choose “Contacts” category in the left panel, then you can see all detailed contacts info in the program.

– Import or export Android contacts from or to computer

Directly click “Import” or “Export” button on the top menu and then a window will appear to require you browse for your wanted files or choose the exported formats as you like.

– Add new contacts to Android

Click “New” to open the “Add new contact” window and you can type name and phone number in this window at a great lick.

– Delete duplicate or invalid contacts

Select the contacts that you want to discard. Then click on “Delete” to remove them.

– Edit existing information

Tick the contacts that you want to modify and then click “Edit” to alter them.

Step 3: Recognize your phone.

Here is also another detailed tutorial to show you how to transfer text messages from Android to the computer.

Part 2. 1-Click to Backup and Restore Android Data

For backing up and restoring Android data, you can follow the first three steps above to make your phone be recognized, then directly choose “Super Toolkit” to find the backup or restore option you need.

  • Copy Android data from phone to PC.

Choose the option of “Backup” and select your wanted data and assign an output folder to store them. Next click “Back Up” and wait for the end.

Copy Android data from phone to PC.

  • Restore data to Android device.

Select “Restore” option under the “Super Toolkit” and select the file types you wish to recover from the backup files. Then tap on “Restore” button to start retrieving the selected contents.

Restore data to Android device.


For Android device users, Coolmuster Android Assistant is the item that helps them to enjoy their phones without the burden and get more fun from the equipment. It is the tool that you cannot miss.


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Let’s talk about commercial drones at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin



Everyone loves drones, including companies with very specific needs. Drones once were the hot new thing and the perfect birthday gift. But drone makers are now realizing that there’s a bigger opportunity with commercial use cases, from farming to inspection. That’s why we’re excited to announce that three founders of three amazing companies in the drone industry will join us on stage at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin on December 4-5, 2017.

As we already announced, Henri Seydoux from Parrot is going to tell us about his company’s shift. Parrot has been a pioneer in the drone industry. The company took advantage of the accelerometers, gyroscopes, wireless chips and energy-efficient processors that you can find in smartphones to power tiny quadcopters.

But Parrot has also made multiple acquisitions for its commercial drone division. SenseFly, Airinov, MicaSense and Pix4D are now all owned by Parrot. The French company also owns multiple patents on drone technologies and sells integrated software and hardware solutions for firefighters, farmers and more.

Second, James Harrison from Sky-Futures has been building software solutions for drone inspections. The company first focused on the oil and gas industry. When you think about it, it’s so much easier to fly a drone around an offshore oil drilling platform to see if everything works fine.

Other industries also have a hard time keeping an eye on inaccessible sites. If you’re maintaining bridges, keeping an eye on wind turbines or overseeing construction sites, drones can be much cheaper than human inspection. Sky-Futures lets you record, log and share all your observations.

Finally, Clément Christomanos from Uavia has been working on remote aerial inspection. If you’ve ever played with a drone, you know that they have limited battery life and that you need to stay in range.

Uavia thinks this can be an issue if you need to inspect multiple sites around the country. You either need to train people on the ground or send drone pilots. With Uavia, you can control a drone thousands of miles away from your web browser.

Drones receive instructions from traditional cell towers and then go back to charging stations when they’re done. This can replace or supplement surveillance cameras in sensitive areas.

All those use cases are just the tip of the iceberg. Goldman Sachs recently shared a report on commercial drones. There are more than a dozen industries that could greatly benefit from using drones.

Get your Disrupt tickets right now to see the founders of Parrot, Sky-Futures and Uavia tell you everything about the future of drones. You’ll also see the Startup Battlefield competition, in which a handful of startups pitch our judges with the hopes of winning the coveted Disrupt Cup and a cash prize.

You’ll get to chat with plenty of promising startups in Startup Alley, see amazing talks on the main stage, and unwind after a long day at the show with a cocktail and some new friends at the Disrupt after party.

Do you run a startup? The Startup Alley Exhibitor Package is your best bet to get the greatest exposure by exhibiting your company or product directly on the Disrupt Berlin show floor.

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Apple’s Thanksgiving ad is mostly about the AirPods



Every year, Apple airs a new ad in the U.S. for Thanksgiving. Compared to other Apple ads, this is less about showing product features and more like a greeting card.

This year is no different — you still see a lot of AirPods. Apple’s new ad is called “Sway” and takes place in the streets of New York. A woman starts playing Sam Smith’s “Palace” on her white iPhone X with her AirPods.

She then ends up in an alternate reality where she can dance around people without getting noticed. She bumps into a man, hands him an AirPod and starts dancing with him under the snow.

Fun fact: these two dancers are married in real life.


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Snips lets you build your own voice assistant to embed into your devices



French startup Snips is now helping you build a custom voice assistant for your device. Snips doesn’t use Amazon’s Alexa Voice Service or Google Assistant SDK — the company is building its own voice assistant so that you can embed it on your devices. And the best part is that it doesn’t send anything to the cloud as it works offline.

If you want to understand how a voice assistant works, you can split it into multiple parts. First, it starts with a wakeword. Snips has a handful of wakewords by default, such as “Hey Snips,” but you can also pay the company to create your own wakeword.

For instance, if you’re building a multimedia robot called Keecker, you can create a custom “Hey Keecker” hot word. Snips then uses deep learning to accurately detect when someone is trying to talk to your voice assistant.

The second part is automatic speech recognition. A voice assistant transcribes your voice into a text query. Popular home assistants usually send a small audio file with your voice and use servers to transcribe your query.

Snips can transcribe your voice into text on the device itself. It works on anything that is more powerful than a Raspberry Pi. For now, Snips is limited to English and French. You’ll have to use a third-party automatic speech recognition API for other languages.

Then, Snips needs to understand your query. The company has developed natural language capabilities. But there are hundreds, or even thousands of different ways to ask a simple question about the weather for instance.

That’s why Snips is launching a data generation service today. I saw a demo yesterday, and the interface looks like Automator on macOS or Workflow on iOS. You define some variables, such as “date” and “location”, you define if they are mandatory for the query and you enter a few examples.

But instead of manually entering hundreds of variations of the same query, you can pay $100 to $800 to let Snips do the work for you. The startup manually checks your request then posts it on Amazon Mechanical Turk and other crowdsourcing marketplaces. Finally, Snips cleans up your data set and sends it back to you.

You can either download it and reuse it in another chatbot or voice assistant, or you can use it with Snips’ own voice assistant. You can also make your capability public. Other Snips users can add this capability to their own assistant by browsing a repository of pre-trained capabilities.

  1. Step 1. Create Intent

  2. Step 2. Choose datagen package

  3. Step 3. Confirm results

A Snips voice assistant typically requires hundreds of megabytes but is quite easy to update. After installing the Snips app on your device, you just need to replace a zip library file to add new capabilities.

You also need to implement the actual actions. Snips only translates what someone is saying into a parsable query. For instance, Snips can understand that “could you please turn on the bedroom light?” means “light + bedroom + on.” A developer still needs to implement the action based on those three parameters.

Developers are already playing with Snips to test its capabilities. But the company hopes that big device manufacturers are going to embed Snips into their future products. Eventually, you could think about a coffee maker with a Snips voice assistant.

Compared to Amazon’s or Google’s wide-ranging assistants, Snips thinks that you don’t need to embed a complete voice assistant into all your devices. You only want to tell your Roomba to start vacuuming — no need to let you start a Spotify playlist from your vacuum cleaner.

This approach presents a few advantages when it comes to privacy and network effects. Big tech companies are creating ecosystem of internet-of-things devices. People are buying lightbulbs, security cameras and door locks that work with the Amazon Echo for instance.

But if you can talk to the devices themselves, you don’t need to hook up your devices with a central home speaker — the central hub disappears. If voice assistants are more than a fad, Snips is building some promising technology. And Snips could get some licensing revenue for each device that comes with its voice assistant.
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