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How to Add a Number Row to Android Keyboard

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If you have an Android smartphone running stock Android, chances are you don’t have a number row at the top of the keyboard. This can be quite annoying as you often type in numbers when composing messages or entering passwords. You can now add a number row to Android keyboard thanks to the latest Google […]

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  • January 6, 2017

How to Back Up Calls and Text Messages to Dropbox

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Making a back up of your SMS and text messages may not sound like a big deal, but the fact is there are times when a crucial piece of information is contained in an old message and you beat yourself that you did not store it somewhere safe or take a copy of it. If […]

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  • October 11, 2016

How to Scan Documents Using Your Android Camera

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You can now scan documents to PDF on your smartphone without the need for any PDF tools. In this tutorial, we show you how to scan documents using your Android camera so you can quickly print out receipts and other documents to PDF without spending a lot of time fidgeting with your scanning machine. You’ll […]

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  • August 22, 2016

How to Receive Android Notifications on Windows 10 PC

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Windows 10 is a year old and if you have received the Windows 10 Anniversary Update, you get to enjoy newer and better ways of using Windows. One such feature is the ability to receive Android notifications on Windows 10 PC or laptop. If you are keen to set this up, here is your step-by-step- […]

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  • August 4, 2016

How to Free Up Space On Your Samsung Smartphone

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The cool thing about a smartphone is that you can do a ton of things with it on the go. The lousy part is that you can quickly run out of storage space when you attempt to do more. If your device’s internal storage gets full, it will a become frustrating to use because the […]

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  • Updated January 18, 2017

How to Use the Do Not Disturb Feature on Android

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Do Not Disturb is a handy feature on your Android that lets you keep unwanted calls, alerts and notifications out of the way when you are in an important meeting or wish to remain undisturbed when you are catching up on some sleep. One way to limit these interruptions is to turn off your phone […]

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  • Updated June 6, 2016

How to Disable the Lock Screen On Android

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Whether you have just bought yourself a fancy Android device, or using one which is secured, chances are you have a lock screen that you need to get out of the way, either by swiping, entering a pattern, PIN, password or fingerprint scan, before you can access your Home screen and apps. This is an absolute must if […]

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  • April 6, 2016

The Complete Guide to Android Marshmallow

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With every new operating system update, new features are added and existing features are tweaked to offer a better user experience. While that’s good news for users it also comes with the added burden of learning and relearning how we use our devices. If you are someone who has just upgraded your Android from Lollipop […]

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  • February 19, 2016

How To Remove Duplicate Contacts on Android

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One of the biggest annoyances with your smartphone contacts is that you always end up having one or more duplicate contacts, with different phone numbers. This is because when you set up your Android phone, you import your contacts from a previous phone backup, from another email account or from a social media account, with […]

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  • Updated February 3, 2016

Be Password Safe with Google Smart Lock Password Manager

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Google has had a busy last week with lots of big announcements made at its Developer Conference, but one feature that hasn’t been talked much about is the revamped Google Password Manager. The password manager, which was pretty useless for a long time and simply allowed you to save passwords you entered on a site […]

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  • Updated December 26, 2015