Archive: How To’s

December 22, 2015

How to Know Who Has Read Your Whatsapp Group Message on Android

How to Know Who Has Read Your Whatsapp Group Message on Android

Last year, WhatsApp released a new double blue tick’ feature that allows users to know if their messages have been read or not. The blue tick appears as soon as your messages has been read by recipient. In a group chat, the check marks will turn blue when all participants ...

December 3, 2015

Protect and Secure Your Android Phone Apps with Hexlock

Protect and Secure Your Android Phone Apps with Hexlock

Nowadays, smartphones have become the storehouse of our personal information. It holds a lot of personal information that is potentially accessible to prying eyes. Hence, it is important to lock your phone to prevent other from accessing it. If you use an Android phone, you can set a screen lock ...

November 24, 2015

Recover Any Lost or Deleted Files from Android Phone with Wondershare Dr.Fone

Recover Any Lost or Deleted Files from Android Phone with Wondershare Dr.Fone

There are certain situations when you might accidentally delete some important files from your phone or the data might get lost due to virus attack, factory reset, system crashes, and so on. It can be really stressful to lose it especially when you realized that you didn’t have it backed ...

August 21, 2015

5 Simple Ways to Free Up Space On Android

5 Simple Ways to Free Up Space On Android

Your Android phone or tablet can help you do so much: From playing games, music, and videos, to email, chatting and web browsing; there is no end to the tasks you can carry out on your phone. Unfortunately, the more apps and content you download, the more your phone’s storage ...

August 15, 2015

How to Unlock Android Phone If You Forgot the Password or Pattern Lock

How to Unlock Android Phone If You Forgot the Password or Pattern Lock

It’s always a good idea to use a lock screen to protect your phone from unwanted access. Android has several options available for preventing others from accessing your device, including pattern, PIN, and password, etc. But what happen if you’re the one who can’t access your phone? Well, here I’ll ...

March 9, 2015

How to Unlock the Bootloader on Your Android One Smartphone

How to Unlock the Bootloader on Your Android One Smartphone

If you want to install a custom recovery or custom ROM, then unlocking bootloader is one of the prerequisites. Bootloader is a set of code that runs before any operating system is running. It usually contains several ways to boot the OS kernel and also contain commands for debugging and/or ...

February 10, 2015

The Easy Ways to Download Facebook Videos on Android

The Easy Ways to Download Facebook Videos on Android

If you have an Android phone and an active user of Facebook, you must have wondered about the ways to download Facebook videos that appears on your timeline so that you can watch it over and over again without needing an internet connection. Although, Facebook does not offer a direct ...

February 1, 2015

How To Add Recycle Bin Feature On an Android Device

How To Add Recycle Bin Feature On an Android Device

If you’ve ever used a windows computer, then you should be familiar with the concept of a Recycle Bin. It works by catching the deleted files and gives you an option to restore them back to its original location. This might not come useful in our day to day work ...

January 23, 2015

3 Best Apps to Automatically Backup Your Android Phone Photos & Videos

3 Best Apps to Automatically Backup Your Android Phone Photos & Videos

Your smartphone isn’t just a mini computer that fits in your pocket, it’s also a great device for capturing life’s best moments anywhere you go. We all love to capture photos in order to preserve the happy moments with our friends or families. However, once we capture a photo or ...

January 13, 2015

How to Easily Record Screen on Android Lollipop Device

How to Easily Record Screen on Android Lollipop Device

The native screen recording was initially introduced on Android 4.4 KitKat but the functionality required either a rooted device with a Screen Recording app installed or a non-rooted device with some Android Debug Bridge (ADB) commands. Luckily, on Android 5.0 Lollipop, the process is much, much easier, as the new ...