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.
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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.
Making phone calls on your Android device is not a big deal in terms of the process, you normally open your phone’s default dialing app, type in the number you wanna call and tap on the call button. But if you want to make calls quicker, there’s an app that can save you extra seconds and give you the ability to make blazing fast phone calls. Let’s get started!
One of the very main reasons why we love Android is because it’s open source, that means the possibilities are limitless. Today we have a method of booting Windows 7 into PC using an Android device, how cool is that?
Transferring files from USB flash drive to your Android device might be useful when you don’t have your PC with you. For example, you want to get some files from your friend’s phone. In this case you can use a USB flash drive to easily transfer files to your Android device, this method has variety of uses and this is just one example.
Android devices has two kind of apps, system apps and user apps. System apps are the apps that can’t be uninstalled by default method and they consist of essential apps like Phone, Message, Browser, Camera, Gallery,etc… While the mentioned system app are necessary, there are also some other system apps that are not useful (to all users), so some of you might like to remove those system apps that seems useless to your use.
We may usually use bluetooth or NFC for sending small files like pictures, sounds and other stuff. But what if we wanted to send or receive a large file or a large set of pictures? We can try sending that through Bluetooth but it will take so long and becomes boring, that’s why there is a great alternative way for sending or receiving large files on your Android device.
There are few apps that let you share your Android device screen through PC, but today we have a new one that’s totally different from the others and it’s not even an Android app, instead it’s a Chrome app!
Galaxy S6 Edge recently received the latest Android Version which is 5.1.1 Lollipop, this version includes various bug fixes, camera, calendar and calculator improvements.
I always wanted to transfer web links from my PC to my Android device and continue reading/watching directly on my phone. I am sure that I am not the only one who likes this idea but luckily we can do that using an app called, “Chrome to Phone”.PC Steps: