Using an Android device can be hard sometimes, we get it. Thankfully we've played with more than a few devices so we know a thing or two about how they all work. If you're just starting out with Android — or even if you're a seasoned vet — we've got plenty of help and how-to articles for a slew of the latest Android devices.
Be it taking a screenshot on Android, rebooting your device, putting in your SIM card, or just taking a photo — we've got you covered. New users can get in on the ground floor with the basics of Android, from first setting up your device and accounts, to downloading apps and changing uo your homescreen. For advanced users, we'll let you know the best tips & tricks for getting the most out of your device, and even a few secrets that will make you an Android master. It doesn't matter if you don't know Jellybean from Marshmallow — we'll take care of you.
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06 April 2014
We've talked a lot about root and Android in the past five years. We've discussed the good, we've discussed the bad. We'll keep talking about both, because root on Android, like Android itself, is a constantly evolving thing...
Look as good as it sounds
05 April 2016
There are a lot of really great music players out there. Unfortunately the widgets those players come with are often clunky, don’t re-size well, and clash with just about every home screen you throw at them. Here’s what to use instead.
Incinerate Icky Icons
03 April 2016
Android is full of variety. While there’s a lot of beautiful app icons out there… there’s also a bunch of icons that are downright ugly. Even if you’re not using a fancy launcher that supports icon packs, you can get rid of ugly icons on your home screen.
23 February 2016
You're itching to get the latest Android phone or tablet, so let's get your old device sold and money in your pocket.
23 February 2016
The dock is often overlooked by themers and regular users alike. It’s just a tray for your most-used apps, right? It may look that way, but your dock can do more and be more. Here’s how.
8 hours ago
You'll hear the term adb getting used a lot around here. But what is adb, and do you need it?