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How To Use and Install Flash Player On Android (Even Lollipop)

Flash is one of the core technologies of the Internet, and it has served us quite well for a long period of time. Unfortunately, it also has some downsides, and a lot of platforms are already outgrowing it. HTML5 is the technology that both Apple and Google have bet on to replace Flash. This results in both…

How To Download Torrents On Your Phone or Tablet

Torrents are one of the most popular and widely-used download protocols on the web today. They are used for high-speed, content-heavy file transfers, and are adopted throughout most of the Internet for all kinds of applications and use cases. However, have you ever considered using torrents on your phone, instead of your computer? Having a…

How To Generate Wallpapers with Tapet

Tapet is an interesting free app that gets rid of the usual static wallpaper bore on your device and instead generates a new wallpaper for you at a set interval your specify, and based on your preferences. This means that, depending on your settings, you could have a new wallpaper every hour or so, which…

Learn To Program with Hacked

Programming isn’t easy, and it’s not really a skill you can get just by trial and error without a lot of frustration and confusion associated with it. It requires some study, some passion, and dedicating some time to learning the basics. Well, enter Hacked. Hacked is a new app made by the developer of Falcon…

Switching From iOS to Android – A Google Guide

More and more, Android keeps on winning fans. Although Android has been for a very long time the biggest and most used mobile OS in the world, a lot of that number was also attributed to other device types, like tablets, USB sticks and a vast array of no-brand devices. However, that has pretty much…

How to Setup Google Now in The Samsung Galaxy Note 4

We have always been quick to show our appreciation for Google Now over here at Droid Lessons. However there are a few alternatives that also have fans of their own. For example, S-Voice is Samsung’s default voice assistant for its Galaxy devices, and in most cases completely replaces Google Now unless the users change it.…

How to Bypass and Hack the Android Lockscreen

The lockscreen is one of the cornerstones of security on Android. It keeps nosy people at bay, it avoids ill-intentions and serves as a barrier of entry to possible thieves. However, sometimes it manages to keep even you at bay – it’s very easy to forget your lockscreen PIN, or to mess up the pattern…