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The other day, we posted on how to make your own Galaxy S7 Edge Batman Injustice Edition without actually buying the phone. Well, we wanted to push this to the limits and decided to make an Avengers Edition phone.
For those of you who want custom Android boot animations on your Samsung devices such as Galaxy S4, S5, S6, S7, Note 5, etc…etc…, you will need to use QMG files instead of traditional bootanimation.zip and install them manually into /system/media directory.
Recently on my trip to Thailand, I was connected to the WiFi of my mother-in-law’s house in Thailand. Sometimes in random fashion when browsing the web on my Android smartphone, it would redirect me to OnClickAds.net then to a site telling me I have a virus on my Android. Of course, as someone who is genuinely into fixing stuff like this, I digged deeper and found a solution.
If you get stuck in bootloop after updating via OTA(Over-The-Air) on Android N or you just installed Android N but doesn’t boot, there’s a fix Google has provided.
If you are a webmaster like myself, you probably eat SSH for breakfast to login to your web server on a daily basis. Although I use Chrome browser SSH app when I am on my laptop or desktop, there are times when I need immediate access to my servers straight from my Android smartphone.
For those of you who want to try out the latest Android N Preview, here’s how to do it easily. This will work on all Nexus devices but as of today, Android N Preview is only available for Nexus 6P, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, and Nexus 9.
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.
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.
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?