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How To Backup Your App Data on Android

With recent versions, Android has definitely gotten much better at backing up your data and restoring it when you switch to a new device, update your version of Android, or when you do a factory reset. Unfortunately, there are still some issues – while Google does offer a way for developers to store their app data…

How To Easily Share Your Screen On Android

Streaming is all the rage these days. Whether it is videogames, video blogging, or just randomly chatting, streaming is becoming one of the most popular kinds of content online. However, streaming is not just for entertainment – it also serves a practical purpose, like showing people something really quickly on your screen remotely, or for…

How To Block a Number on a Samsung Android Phone

Blocking calls is a feature that has been available in Android for a long time. However, depending on your specific device manufacturer or your version of Android, the way to go about setting it up can be completely different. For example, certain devices may have the feature built-in, others may require a third-party app, like…

How To Root a OnePlus Android Device

The OnePlus brand is ever-expanding, and is quickly becoming one of the most popular manufacturers of Android devices out there. Combining a low price with very nice specs, good software and appealing design, these phones are often a no-brainer if you’re looking for a cheaper device that can still handle any app or game your…

How To Download And Save YouTube Videos To Your Phone

While many of us are frequent and dedicated YouTube users, we can’t always be online, and at times it becomes impossible to get a connection, especially if we’re travelling or on vacation. It’s in times like those that we wish we could save a few videos to our devices so we can watch them later, even without…

How To Tune Your Guitar Using Android

The great thing about having a powerful smartphone with us at all times is how versatile they are. Sure, we use our phones for calls and texting, but we also take pictures, record video, catch up on the news, listen to music and take notes, among a variety of other uses. However, one use that you…

How To Pin (Lock Screen To An App) on Android

Because our smartphones are so important for us, we keep a lot of sensitive data on them. This sometimes can get troubling when we have to quickly lend the phone to someone else so they can check out a picture or video, for example. After all, even accidentally, they can easily leave the app you…