Backing up android apps is one of the essential tasks that we might need to do from time to time. This tutorial covers the easiest way to backup and restore your apps.
Samsung first introduced IR blaster feature in Galaxy S4 and thankfully this is a nice feature and also available on both Galaxy S6/S6 Edge. The below guide will teach you how to use your Galaxy S6/S6 Edge as a TV remote control, so let’s get started!STEPS
Smart Lock is one of the most useful features that was introduced in Android Lollipop. Thankfully, Samsung has also implemented it in its devices but exactly what’s this feature and how can you set it up on a Samsung device like the Note 4 or Galaxy S6/S6 Edge?What Is Smart Lock Feature
[nextpage title=”1. Taking Screenshots”] Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge are one of the best Android smartphones of 2015 and the best that Samsung have ever made. This article gives you the top 33 tips and tricks of S6 and S6 Edge.
Nandroid backup is the process of backing up every single thing inside your Android phone/tablet includingMessages Call Settings Apps + App Data IMEI Why is it important to have a Nandroid Backup?
Previously I explained how to backup and restore android apps. But in this tutorial, I will be explaining the method of backing up apps and app data.Note:
One of the cool features of Galaxy Note 4 is the fingerprint scanner which lets you unlock your screen with fingerprint. By default you can do the following with Galaxy Note 4’s fingerprint scanner.
In the video above I show you step by step how to replace that little flap that covers your Galaxy S5 charge port. This seems to be a pretty common problem where after a while of use the rubber hinge that holds the flap onto the device becomes weak and the flap falls off. This can even happen with minimal use which can be pretty frustrating. Of course some of you were probably happy when the flap fell off since it can also tend to get in the way.
Android does a pretty good job with multitasking, or at least the recents app was a pretty good way to multi-task prior to the Lollipop update. With Lollipop, you have not only open and running apps in your recents, you also have apps that have been opened (even if they aren’t running), and webpages that you have opened. This list continues to build and build until you eventually have a huge cluster of mess. The new recents tab is basically unusable.
Contacts are one of the most important things inside our phone as you probably have contacts of your family, friends, co-workers, etc…etc…