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 cool features that was introduced in Android 5.0 Lollipop was “Screen Pinning” feature. This feature allows you to lock your phone on a specific screen to prevent from an authorized use.
Samsung has first introduced the “Bubble” touch sounds on Galaxy S3 then followed it on the Galaxy S4, S5, Note 3, and Note 4. It might be really annoying to hear this specific touch sound over and over again especially if you’re fan of Galaxy S or Galaxy Note series or just used to Samsung products. In this guide I will show you how to change that annoying touch sound and replace it with yours! Let’s get started.
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!
You can do a lot of cool stuffs with Android Wear, one of them is the ability to use calculator, this can be useful for making fast calculation without using your phone.
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 Wear watches have so many uses, one of them is the ability to use them as a flashlight! yes a flashlight! Right now, Android Wear watches don’t have a built in flash, but today we’re talking about another way of using your watch as a flashlight. This method uses your watch’s screen as a flashlight, by turning its display to the white and to the highest brightness.
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.