Generally most Android users will press power button for waking up their Android device. Since we’re talking about Android, there are other different ways of waking up your Android device screen. In this tutorial I’ll be using “Wave Unlock” app for unlocking my Android device. This app uses your device’s proximity sensor for unlocking it. So the app won’t work if your device does not have a proximity sensor, you can test this easily by making a call then placing your phone on your ear. If your phone’s screen turns off, then your device has a proximity sensor.
Category: Android How To Tutorials
Generally most people install apps from either Play Store or install it manually from the device’s storage after enabling “Unknown Sources”. But if for some reason you need another way of installing APK files to your Android device, then this tutorial will how to teach you to install apps using ADB commands.
There are a lot of screen recording apps from free to paid apps. Probably one of the best screen recording apps was the SCR screen recording app which was recently removed from Play Store due to violations. The developer made the app available outside Play Store and the paid version was only available for those who already purchased the app. But the developer was kind enough to finally make the Pro version available FREE for all users.
I previously explained the method of transferring large files between two Android devices WITHOUT using any apps, but in this tutorial I will explain the same but by using an app which is much easier than the previous method.
I’ve already explained how can you lock your phone’s screen with only one tap. In this tutorial I’ll explain how you can do that with one swipe instead.STEPS:
According to a study, on average we press on the power button 200 times per day to turn the screen on/off, and most power buttons support up to 100,000 presses before dying. With this guide you can avoid hitting the power button and instead use your phone’s screen.STEPS:
A boot animation is the animation that appears when booting your Android smartphone/tablet. This is two part guide. In part 1, I will explain how you can create your own boot animation and in part 2, I will teach you how to change the original boot animation of your phone and replace it with yours or any other custom boot animations.Pre-Requisites:
This tool is especially made for Samsung Android Devices and it also supports non-Samsung devices. The purpose of the tool is to backup the EFS folder which contains crucial information about the phone’s IMEI number. Backing up this folder is one of the essential steps to do before trying to update to official stock firmware or custom firmware to avoid from the common problem of getting. “Not Registered On Network“, which corrupts the EFS Partition.
Developer options is important for installing necessary drivers for your Android phone/tablet when using different tools. This feature was not hidden in older Android versions but Google started to hide it starting from Android Jellybean, this guide shows you how to enable this option. This will work on any Android KitKat and Lollipop OS.Steps
Ever thought about making your own handwritten clock widget?
That’s right, learn how to make a handwritten clock widget to show on your Android phone/tablet’s home screen.Steps