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How To: Set Your Android to Atomic Time for a Perfectly Synced Clock

For most Android phones, the system clock is set using a protocol called NITZ, which relies on a connection with your carrier to ensure that the time stays in sync. The trouble here is that this feature won't work when you're outside of cellular range, and a lot of times, the carriers themselves have technical difficulties that can result in your phone's clock being minutes or even hours out of sync.

How To: Cook a Perfectly Roasted Chicken

Upon reading the title for this article, I bet you secretly thought to yourself, "Yeah, I've got the perfect way to 'make' roast chicken: I go to the store, and I buy one!" Well, there's no question that there are some really tasty, convenient rotisserie chickens out there, already made and ready for eating or using in recipes.

How To: Cook Any Cuisine Perfectly by Knowing the Right Ingredients to Use, Part 1

Home cooks are often quite intimidated when trying to reproduce the delicious ethnic dishes they enjoy at various restaurants. Thankfully, there are definite flavor profiles and spice/seasoning/herb combos that are very specific to various regional cuisines and cultures; with a little guidance, you can create dishes that are tasty homages to the cuisines you love to eat. In this two-part article (second part here), I'll cover both categories and sub-categories of some of the most popular ethn...

How To: Take Perfectly-Framed Photos Every Time on Android

At the end of an all-day affair with friends or family, I'll unwind and go through all the pictures I took that day as a sort of recap. All too often, though, I'll come across a few that are almost perfect, except I didn't quite position my phone well enough, leaving someone's face cutoff or too much space to one side of the image. It's a fail of a basic and crucial tenet of photography—framing.

How To: Make the Touch ID Fingerprint Sensor Work Perfectly on Your iPhone Every Time

Since its introduction on the iPhone 5S, Touch ID has made unlocking Home button iPhones quick and secure. The second-generation iPhone SE brought back the beloved feature in 2020 but didn't take any steps to improve on the technology. So if you're rocking Touch ID and having trouble getting it to read your fingerprints, there are some things you can do to fix it.

How To: Make a perfectly thin & crispy pizza pie

In this clip, learn how to make a perfectly thin, crispy Italian style pizza with Food Mob. You will also learn how to top those beautiful bases with the best ingredients so absolutely everyone at the table will be happy. Don't bother with delivery or one of those store bought pizzas - make your own! It's worth it.

How To: Perfectly size parchment paper for lining a cake pan

In this quick tip from CHOW, learn how to perfectly line a cake pan with parchment paper. Sure, you can trace the pan and cut it out, but it always seems like there is left over around the sides and never quite fits. In this tutorial, learn a simple trick that will get you perfectly sized paper every time and only takes a couple of minutes to do. Have fun!

How To: Cook Pasta Perfectly

Cooking perfect pasta isn't hard. Then again, cooking mushy or crunchy noodles is dangerously easy. Watch this how-to video from Howcast to learn how to cook pasta al dente.

How To: Choose a perfectly ripe Tommy Atkins mango

Just because the grocery store sells produce, doesn't mean it's all good and ready to eat. Mangos are a particularly tricky fruit to get right… er… ripe. Tommy Atkins mangos the more common mangos, and are usually grown in Mexico (originally Florida). When choosing a Tommy Atkins mango, you need to look for a mango without bruising and with as much color as possible. Green is not quite ready yet. Red is excellent, but a beautiful mix of red and yellow is the best.

How To: Draw a pot weed leaf perfectly

This video describes how to draw a weed leaf. First of all, you have to draw the picture roughly. You just have to draw the leaves from one starting point. You have to draw the leaves in round shape start at one piont. Draw the leaves by start with the thin line which is the vein of the leaf. Draw the leaf very long than the egg shape. Make sure that the bottom side of the leaves very short to give the weed leaf effect and draw the leaf in the natural way that one leaf is overlap with another...

How To: Wash your hair scientifically (and perfectly)

It's no joke: British researchers spent six months shampooing 500 volunteers until they perfected the precise technique for lustrous locks. Learn how to wash your hair perfectly. You will need a shower, a thermometer, shampoo, measuring spoons, a stopwatch, conditioner, a wide toothed comb, and a towel.

How To: Perfectly hard boil an egg

This video goes through the steps needed to cook a hard boiled egg. Firstly, you will need to boil some water in a saucepan. You can then add the egg and boil for exactly 7 minutes; this will give you a slightly soft egg. Then, drain the water off and toss the egg around in the pan, which will crack the shell. Add some cold water to the pan and let the egg cool down, until you can pick it up. An easy way of peeling the egg is to roll it between your hand and a hard surface; you will now be ab...

How To: Perfectly bind a book with two different methods

Demonstrator Andy Hirsch offers a tutorial on how to perfectly bind a book using two different methods. The first method is with binding clips the second with a binding jig. You will need and cutting mat, X-acto knife, paint brush, ruler, binder clips and binding glue. Use use 8 1/2" X 11" paper folded in half for the book pages and 11"x 17" page for the cover. In the 'Binder Clip Method', you make all the pages and cover flush and use the binder clips to keep everything together. Ad glue to ...

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