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While you're waiting for Android L to come down the pipe, here's a useful hack you can apply to your current Google-powered phone or tablet. You no doubt spend much of your day switching between locations, from home to work to the gym, and reconfiguring your device each time can be a chore.

With the help of a few third-party apps and services, you can tell Android to modify its behavior automatically based on where you happen to be, and it's not difficult to do. Read on and pick the best method for you.

Tasker will set you back three bucks from the Google Play store, but it's worth its virtual weight in gold. It gives you access to a wealth of settings within Android that enable you to fully automate almost any task: sending SMSes, displaying pop-ups, modifying settings, playing sounds, and so on and so on. The app can identify any cell tower, Wi-Fi network or set of GPS coordinates to fix your position and then change your device's settings accordingly.

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Mobile devices have become lifelines for connecting to family, friends, business associates, and clients. With your contacts list growing exponentially, you need to know the best ways to manage this information. Here are some ways Android device owners can keep their contacts list under control.

The best advice I can offer is to make sure every contact you create on your Android phone is a Google contact. Why is this so important? Because you can manage your Google contacts from within your Google account. This will save you from fumbling around on your mobile phone's keyboard to try to arrange, categorize, create, edit, and delete those contacts.

If you want the non-Google contacts that are already on your Android phone to be migrated to Google contacts, there is no way to do this directly on the phone; instead, you have to do an export/import. You have to export the contacts to a CSV file to your SD card and then import that file into Google.