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.
Category: App Tutorials
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?
Launching apps is not a big deal, but did you know that you can actually launch your favorite apps by gestures rather than searching for it then tapping on its icon? Yes, there is a way of doing so and I will explain in this tutorial so let’s get started!
We normally turn on/off our phone’s screen several times on a daily basis. To turn off the screen, we normally need to tap on the power button, but how about giving some rest to that button? Instead of of pressing power button, how about double tapping on your phone’s main screen to do the same?
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?
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.
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:
There are basically two types of apps in Android devices
1. Pre-Installed apps or systems apps.
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.
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.