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I know that the Android M preview was announced and released a while ago, but I am still asked how someone should go about installing Android M. In response to
By default, most Android smartphones come with the option “Vibrate on touch” turned on. This means your phone will vibrate when you interact with it in various ways, such as
Pushbullet is an iOS and Android application that allows extensive connectivity between any of your devices, whether that be smartphone to tablet, smartphone to laptop, laptop to tablet, and so
So you just got your brand new Samsung Galaxy S6? Why not root it? Some apps that exist on the Google Play Store still require root privileges given how Android
It’s something that Android has had since Ice Cream Sandwich, but may not necessarily be something that every user is aware of – so let’s go through just how to copy
Google offers a fantastic automatic upload facility as part of the Google+ service that enables you to backup all your photos and videos taken with your Android device to the
Some apps that exist on the Google Play Store still require root privileges given how Android is designed, and as such sometimes it’s necessary to get root on your device
For those of you who have received your Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 devices and are anxious to begin tinkering with them then you’ll need to unlock the Bootloader. Whilst
Tasker is one of those apps that is so powerful, where the possibilities are endless, if you’re using it right. But, to get to that point where you understand the
The Nexus 5 running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop software can now be rooted using a SuperSU package, formed from the Android 5.0 SDK with a build number of LPX13D.
You can never be too safe when it comes to your online accounts. Luckily Google has a way to make it nearly impossible for anyone to log into your account
Error codes are brilliant – they stop you from doing what you want whilst providing the least amount of information possible by just giving you a code or a number.
Do you have kids that constantly want to use your Android device? What if you don’t want them accessing any important files or applications? On most Android tablets running 4.3
Have you set up a Google/Facebook/Twitter account that you no longer want on your Android? There’s an easy way to remove it, and we’ll show you how. KEEP IN MIND:
So you stumbled across an application that you can’t find in the Play Store? Don’t worry… we’ll help you install it. This is actually a pretty common way of publishing