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Retvis RT34 Video Walkie Talkies: Spy Kids?

     Hello, this is TheTechBoy with a review of the Retevis RT34 . These walkie-talkies were sent to me by Retivis to do a review of them.  Pros: Interesting Design Front Facing Camera  Cons:           Short Range Limited Security  No VOX Design/Specs:     These walkie-talkies have some interesting specifications. There is a VGA camera on the front for video chatting and a 2.0-inch LCD display. The front also features the speakers and the microphone hole. Retevis sent two green and orange walkie-talkies molded in the shape of robots. . On the left side of the walkie-talkie, there is the flashlight button and the Push To Talk Button. On the bottom there is the flashlight. On the right, there is the charging port and reset button covered by a movable robotic arm. This arm can be unscrewed in exactly 8 twists. Do not screw it too tightly, or the arm will break.  Support TheTechBoy by buying the RT34  here .      The walkie-talkies arrived with a Micro USB Charger that splits so you may ch

How To Stabilize Video For Free On Android?

Hello, this is TheTechBoy with a short but sweet article. 

   Have you ever recorded some shaky videos on your phone? Have you ever wanted to make a video more stable on your Android phone? Well, stabilization is the process of making a shaky video more stable. Well with a built-in ad-free app on your phone, you can do that. The application is called Google Photos. 

What To Do? 

    Open Google Photos and click on the video you want to stabilize. Then click edit. Then click the two rectangle icons and you will see the text saying Stabilizing.  Then click the blue "Save Copy" button. It will then export the video. 



















Does It Work?

    See for yourself? 


Conclusion

    This is a great tool that I learned about from Filmora. It is the best free video stabilizer for Android that I have found. I hope you enjoyed this article God Bless, and Tech Talk To You Later!!! 

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