Android Guides

How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Phones

Xposed Framework makes customization of your Android Phone super-easy; before the creation of Xposed Framework, customization’s and tweaks were not easy since the phone’s Custom ROM had to be flashed. In General, Xposed Framework  allows the owner of the Magnificent Android to perform tweaks, and customize widgets without messing up the system files and …

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How to Unroot Android to Original Settings

After rooting your device should you device to unroot it back to what it originally was, say your device had a faulty hardware and you need to send it for warranty or you might just want to restore it to its original firmware, for whatever reasons you want to unroot your device, you …

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How to Play Android Games on PC [Guide]

If you’ve ever wondered how cool it would be to stream PC games to your Android device, this guide is for you. Today I’ll be showing you how to set up GeForce Experience and Moonlight for Android. Depending on your Android device, you should be able to flawlessly stream even …

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How to stream audio from PC to Android device

If you’ve ever been in a situation where you wanted to stream PC audio to your Android device, this guide is for you. Maybe you want to watch a movie on your computer’s screen while using your headphones plugged into your Android phone, or have a local music playlist on …

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Android Developer Options Complete Guide

Anytime you search for a root guide for an Android device, invariably you’re told to unlock the hidden Developer Options, and then enable USB Debugging and/or OEM Unlocking. But what about the rest of the options? The Android settings menu offers no clear explanation of them – that’s what I …

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How to Flash SM-N910F to SM-N910T Phone

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is an older model in the Galaxy Note series, having been released in October 2014, but due to being a high-end premium device in its day it still holds up against modern mid-range devices. It packs 3GB of RAM, a 16MP camera, a 32GB ROM, …

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How to Force Move Apps to SD card in Android

Here’s the situation: You have a phone with a 32GB internal storage, and you bought a 128GB SD card because you have a massive app collection. You set your SD card as the default storage for app installation – and yet, over time, you notice that your internal storage is …

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How to change offline charging animation for Android devices

Here’s a nifty trick I’m going to show you – how to change the battery charging animation when your phone is turned off. This is a bit technical though, it’s not as simple or customizable as your boot animation. In fact, this is quite a risky procedure, as the battery …

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BEST GUIDE: How to Root Your Samsung Galaxy Note 5 (5.1.1)

Root is the power-user, with full administrative rights. Rooting your device means, granting yourself uid=0 (the administrator access). Once you have it, you can Flash custom ROM,  Custom recovery, and make use of the Xposed Modules to further enhance performance, look and features of your Android. However, the drawback to rooting is …

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How to Root Your Samsung Phone Using CF-Auto-Root

Root is the power user, it grants you full administrative access to your phone, once rooted, you can make use of custom ROMs, custom recoveries and the famous Xposed modules for enhancement of your phone’s looks, features and performance. Rooting  is good; and has it’s own benefits as stated above …

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How to Root Your Nexus Phone using CF-Auto-Root

Rooting your android phone means granting yourself full administrative access, once rooted you can flash custom ROMs and Recoveries to your device, you can download and install Xposed modules and make use of their performance tweaks, features and customization’s of looks. But as rooting has its benefits, it also have …

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Cortana Is Bringing its Full Might To Android

Earlier this year, Microsoft announced its plans to bring Cortana to the Android Operating System. Cortana is the resident digital assistant of the Windows and Windows Mobile Operating Systems, which, suffice it to say, is where the charming digital PA truly shines with all her abilities. Microsoft wanted to make …

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How to: Replace Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Battery

Innumerable customers of all Smartphone manufacturers from Apple to HTC and everything in between have been constantly complaining about the fact that almost all of today’s high-end Smartphones do not grant the user access to the device’s battery. A non user-replaceable battery not only means that a person cannot simply …

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How To Remove a Sim Card From a Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Unlike most high-end Smartphones today, the Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s back cover can be removed, exposing the device’s battery and the housing for the SIM card. This means that, if you need to do so for whatever reason, you can easily remove a SIM card from a Galaxy Note 4 …

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Fix: Galaxy Note 3 Freezes While Charging

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3, all things considered, is a monster of a Smartphone. However, even though that is the case, the Galaxy Note 3 has its fair share of kinks. For example, various users have reported the device completely freezing up and becoming unresponsive after being plugged into a …

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BEST GUIDE: Reset the LG 450 to Factory Settings

Performing a factory reset on any Android device reverts all of its settings and preferences to the factory defaults and also clears any and all user data stored on the internal storage of the device. After going through a factory data reset, an Android device slips back into the condition …

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BEST GUIDE: Reset the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910) to Factory Settings

Factory resetting any Android device causes it to go back to the factory defaults for every single setting and every single preference, as well as get rid of all the data on its internal storage. Basically, resetting an Android device to factory settings takes it back to the condition it …

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BEST GUIDE: Internet browser on Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910)

The Samsung Galaxy Note 4 (N910) can be quite a sophisticated device at times, especially when it comes to internet browsing. The Galaxy Note 4, like many other Android devices comes with a choice of two internet browsers – the default Samsung “Internet” app, and Google’s native browser Chrome. The …

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Fix: Error Processing Purchase DF-BPA-09

Among the wide array of errors that the Google Play Store may, on some occasions, display to a user trying to download one of the tens of thousands of applications that it hosts is one that reads “Error processing purchase – DF-BPA-09”. Even though anyone who looks at the DF-BPA-09 …

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Fix: Sleep of Death Issue on a Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

There have been reports of quite a few Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge devices across the globe going to sleep and then not waking up regardless of how many times users press the Power button. This issue, aptly known as the Sleep of Death (or SOD) occurs when an Android device …

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Fix: Facebook Session Expired

In some instances, an Android user may be faced with a “Facebook session expired” notification that constantly keeps popping up no matter how many times they dismiss it. Most people would think that a constantly appearing “Facebook session expired” notification has something to do with the official Facebook application that …

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Fix: Android Emergency Calls Only and No Service

The “Emergency calls only” and/or “No service” issues are one of the more common issues that Android users often face. This problem is network-based and inhibits the user from being able to successfully use any network-based functionalities of an Android device, and not being able to use a Smartphone to …

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Fix: unfortunately monkeytest has stopped

The existence of MonkeyTest came to light approximately two years ago along with the existence of TimeService, another one of the former’s kind. MonkeyTest has, since then, been successfully identified as malware. MonkeyTest can affect almost any Android device imaginable, including the Samsung Galaxy Alpha – one of Samsung’s premier …

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Fix: Unfortunately Email Has Stopped

All Android devices come preloaded with a universal Email application that is capable of handling any and all Email accounts. This Email application can allow a person to access, manage and use any Email account from any Email service provider in the entire world. The Email app is, indeed, extremely …

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Fix: android.process.acore has stopped

Although rare, the “android.process.acore has stopped unexpectedly” issue is as persistent and dangerous as it could possibly be. This issue, an issue that causes affected Android devices to constantly display the “android.process.acore has stopped unexpectedly” error message no matter how many times it is dismissed, was brought to the attention …

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