Author: Rawand Haidar
In this tutorial I’ll teach you how to show your forgotten Wi-Fi network password on your Android device, this can be useful for when you forget the password of a network that your were previously connected to, so let’s get started!
This app requires your device to be rooted!
We normally do a lot of file transfer processes from PC to our Android devices, the most common way of doing so is by using a cable, but there are several other ways to transfer files and data including using Wi-Fi.
Today’s app called “Portal Wi-Fi file transfers” which is a super efficient drag and drop app that does the job perfectly! so let’s get started.
We mostly wake up our Android devices by pressing the power button but on some other Android devices you can use voice command to do so. For others, you can double tap the screen to do so. This feature is not available on all Android devices except devices like HTC One M9 Plus, Xperia Z5, Xperia Z4, and LG G4.
There are several different methods of running Android apps on your PC, probably one of the easiest method is using Google’s ACR Welder (App Runtime for Chrome) Chrome app.
Below is step by step guide on how you can do it:STEPS:
1. Download ACR Welder app (Link).
We normally press Samsung Galaxy’s home button to do certain tasks like going back to the home screen or quickly launch the camera app by double tapping on it. But what if there was a completely new way of interacting with the home button by simply “touching” it instead of pressing it?
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There is no doubt that both Galaxy Note 5 and S6 Edge Plus are one of the best phones of the year 2015. If you have one of these super phones, this article will show you all the useful tips and tricks of these two amazing phones from Samsung, so let’s get started!
Android Wear OS is getting better and better day after day. After the 5.1.1 update, Google has added a nice feature that enables Android Wear users to lock their smartwatch’s screen, similar to locking your phone but with less options.
1. Navigate to Settings > Screen Lock.
The article title might sound weird a little bit, but many Galaxy Note 5 users have found themselves a little problem in finding the “Menu button”.
As we all know, Samsung has changed the way the “left button” works on Galaxy S5, they replaced its (primary) function from “menu button” to the “recent apps button”. They did the same on Galaxy S6/S6 Edge, Note4/Note Edge, but on all those phones you could still use the left button as a “Menu button” by tapping and holding on the same left button, unfortunately that’s not the case on Note 5, in this super short and easy guide we’ll show you how to do that on your Note 5.
“Do Not Disturb Mode” is a mode that lets you control which type of notifications and alerts you want to get at specific times. This feature was first named “Blocking Mode” but then changed to “Do Not Disturb” starting from Android 5.0 and higher.
In this guide I will show you how to get most out of this awesome mode!