I was walking along, enjoying a mild February day, when all of a sudden I heard an awful alarm sound. I scrambled to find the source and found that it was coming from my phone. Convinced my phone was malfunctioning, I rushed to pick it up and realized it was only an emergency alert. Apparently it’s a feature your wireless provider provides. It will also do the same thing for Amber Alerts or Presidential Alerts.
Are you having problems connecting your Android device to your Microsoft Windows 10 computer? Follow these tips to see if you can get it connecting.
If you have set an app to act as the default app on your Android device for a certain file or function, it will forever be the default app until you clear it. If you need to change a default app, you can clear it using these steps.
To get the most out of your Android battery life, you will have to know how to manage what’s going on on your device. You’ll have to learn exactly what is draining your Android battery, then take action accordingly. Here is a list of 6 things to check to get yourself on the track to maximum battery life bliss.
If you’re without a cable and wish to quickly transfer files via Bluetooth between your Android device and Windows 10 computer, here’s how it’s done.
When you first get your brand new Android phone, it runs so smooth. You’re mesmerized by how responsive it is. Then a few months go by. Suddenly you have to tap things twice for it to respond. Apps now take forever to load. What happened? Why is it running so slow? There could be a few reasons.
With all of the features available on Android devices these days, it’s becoming more common for people to exceed their data cap on their wireless plan. It leaves many people wondering why their Android us using so much data. Don’t worry though. We can help you lower your data usage and get it under control with this tutorial. Just follow these steps.
Newer isn’t always better. But app stores like Google Play and Amazon do not offer a way to select a specific version of an app or downgrade. Fortunately, there is a way to downgrade an app if you need to.
Since Android devices can render the desktop version of web pages very well, you’d think there would be no need for mobile versions of websites anymore. I guess they come in handy some of the time. Mobile versions of web pages load faster, but sometimes they can be non-functional, display improperly, or provide way less options than the desktop version.
Luckily, on Android there are several ways you can view full versions of web pages. Here are three that you can use to turn your Android into a lean, mean, web page displaying machine.
If you wish to save space in your phone’s internal memory, moving apps to the SD card is an excellent way to free some space. You can move apps to the SD card by going to Settings > Applications, selecting the application, then tapping the “Move to SD card” button. You may notice that for some apps, this option is grayed out though. Why is that?