Android

  • How To Fix Google Play Store Error DF-RU-02

    Error DF-RU-02 occurs when you are unable to leave reviews on applications on the Google Play Store. Follow the steps in the rest of this guide to fix this error. Open Google Play and the go back to your Home Screen. Go to Settings > Apps or its equivalent option…

  • How to Unroot a Rooted Android Phone

    Rooting your Android phone essentially makes you an administrator on your device. Rooting your handset means you will be able to control the device and its software more extensively. You will be given a multitude of extra settings that you will only understand if you’re clued up on how Android…

  • How to Get More Storage on Your Android Phones

    Android devices are popular not only because of the huge app store, but because the software supports multiple storage expansion formats. Android handset and tablet owners can use a number of software and hardware solutions to increase the amount of space available on their device, making it possible to carry…

  • How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Samsung S7/S6/S6 Edge

    Several new Samsung users may wonder how to transfer data from their iPhone to their Galaxy S6 or S7. In this guide, I’ll share two easy options to transfer data data from your old iPhone to your new Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 (Edge). Method 1: Using The Samsung Smart Switch Mobile…

  • How to Setup Email on Samsung Galaxy Note 7

    The Galaxy Note 7 made a debut this year as featured an iris scanner but a major battery fiasco led to a global recall of all Note 7 units. It’s advised to return your Galaxy Note 7 for cash or a replacement. Usually, the initial setup of a Android phone…

  • How To Transfer Photos From Galaxy S7 to PC

    The several high-resolution photos and videos you take on your smartphone will eventually fill up your device’s storage. To solve the issue of running out of space, you can transfer your photos and videos to your computer and then delete them from your phone. There are few methods to transfer…

  • How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300) On Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

    Android 4.3 is the last iteration of Android Jelly Bean. If you were rooted on earlier versions of Android and updated to 4.3, then your phone must have been unrooted. There are two methods in this guide to assist you root your phone. One requires you to use a PC…

  • How to Fix Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Storage Issues

    Almost all the Samsung Galaxy tab 3 8.0 users seem to have storage problems with their tablets. The main issue is that the tablet does not have an option for storing data directly to SD card. Even if it does have the option to select SD card as the preferred…

  • How To Download WhatsApp For Samsung Z1

    Samsung Z1 is a budget smartphone running Samsung’s Tizen mobile OS. The Tizen store, as compared to the Google Play Store has a very limited number of apps and support. Due to this, Samsung invited several app developers to build apps like Facebook Messenger, Truecaller, Candy Crush, etc. WhatsApp is…

  • How to take a screenshot on Google Pixel XL

    Google made a refresh to their smartphone line with the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. There are a ton of new features on Nougat-powered device like fingerprint gestures. Here is how you can take perfect screenshots on your Pixel. Step 1: Taking the screenshot Hold the Power and Volume Down…

  • How To Check If Your Phone is Rooted or Not

    Rooting is process which allows users of Android devices to gain escalated privileges to their devices. As Android runs on the Linux kernel, rooting an Android device gives similar access to superuser permissions as on Linux or Unix-based operating systems. This is similar to running programs as administrators in Windows,…

  • How to Backup and Restore Samsung Galaxy S7 to PC

    It is advised to regularly backup your Samsung Galaxy S7 smartphone. You can backup everything on your Galaxy S7 including, contacts, app, app data, SMS, photos, videos, call logs, device settings and more. Backing up makes it possible to restore your apps and files in case of a device reset…

  • How to Block Ads on Android

    Ads help the free internet to stay running, but if you’re fed up with unnecessary ads or want to get away from the inconvenience that ads can cause then feel free to read our guide on how to block ads on Android below. Before we begin, please remember that most…

  • How to Stop Sound Lowering on Android Phones When you Plug Headphones in?

    Have you ever noticed that when you plug headphones into your Android device, your sound automatically lowers? This ‘bug’ is actually a safety feature that has been implemented into Android to stop smartphone owners from damaging their ears. You can turn the sound back up as soon as you’ve plugged…

  • How to Hide the On-Screen Buttons on Android

    Some Android devices have on-screen buttons for home, back and recent apps, as opposed to physical buttons. By default, you cannot hide the on-screen buttons on Android but you can make a few changes to your device so that the buttons can be hidden on command. Follow this guide to…

  • Galaxy S7 Edge Feeds aren’t Working

    The Galaxy S6 Edge has a number of new features available for the Edge display, but Samsung fails to clearly explain how to use some of these features. In this article we’ll explain how you can get the Galaxy S7 Edge Feeds to work when they aren’t being responsive or…

  • How to Make an Android Look like an iPhone 7

    The Android OS is so customizable that you can even make your homescreen look like an iPhone 7. If you’d like to have an iOS 10 theme on your own Android device, follow the guide we have provided below. This guide does not require root access! All you need to…

  • How to Get Past the Galaxy Lockscreen

    If you’ve forgotten your lock pin on a Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge or any other Samsung device, you won’t necessarily need to send it back to Samsung to get it fixed. You may not even need to do a factory reset either. In this guide we’ll explain…

  • How to Find Paid Apps and In-app purchase History on Google Play

    Do you let your children or other family members use your Android smartphone or tablet? Here are some quick tips to check up on your recent purchase history on Google Play to ensure they aren’t draining your credit card. We’ve all heard nightmare stories about how children have spent 1,000s…

  • How To Fix Samsung Galaxy Phone “stuck in recovery, can’t mount data”

    Getting a Can’t mount /data message when you’re in CWM or TWRP recovery means that your device can’t mount the partition containing all the data for Android to run. Your device won’t boot, but instead you will be stuck in a boot loop. The farthest you will get is the…

  • How to Fix “Unable to Find Application to Perform this Action”

    If you are using Android and are getting the “Unable to Find Application to Perform this Action” message, this guide will help you to solve it. Sometimes the message will instead say “File not supported.” To solve the message listed above, you’ll need to do a bit of investigating. We’ll…

  • How to Unmute Media Volume on Galaxy S7

    If your Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge media volume is stuck on mute then you’ll need to perform a few actions to get it fixed. Unfortunately, it may be the case that your smartphone is receiving some kind of hardware issue and in this case you’ll need to send off the…

  • How to Remove GoAdSDK

    GoAdSDK can be difficult to remove – it is usually created by a specific application and even if you delete the root folder, it will reappear until the host app has been removed from your device. What is GoAdSDK? GoAdSDK is an aggressive adware tool that will force pop-ups on…

  • How to Uninstall Blank Malware on Android

    Malware apps on Android can be tricky to deal with. Fortunately there are a few viable methods available for exterminating Android malware. Sometimes, it may not be immediately obvious that you have a malware app, but if you notice any applications on your device that won’t go away, including blank…

  • How to Upload Photos from Android to OneDrive

    Adding photos to OneDrive from an Android phone isn’t a rocket science. It is something hundreds and thousands of Android users would do every day. Uploading pictures, videos and other data on OneDrive is primarily done to back up the data. Phones usually crash and the data is lost. If…