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.
Right here is where the Android help and how-to articles are flowing constantly, so check back often for the latest tips for your Android devices!
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...
22 April 2015
The top tips and tricks for the Samsung Galaxy S6, all on one helpful page
If you're looking for help with your Samsung Galaxy S6, this is the place to be. Here is where you'll find your Galaxy S5 tips, tricks and help of all kinds. You'll find help if you're new to the GS6...
03 March 2015
These two shortcuts let you easily take a screenshot on your Galaxy S6 or S6 edge
Just like earlier Samsung phones, taking a screenshot on the Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge is simple enough once you know how...
31 October 2015
With a great new design, high-end internals, wonderful screen and powerful camera, the Note 5 has a ton to offer. Many haven't been able to resist, and have already made the upgrade to a Note 5 — but others may still be on the fence.
22 April 2015
There's no way around it — the Galaxy S6 doesn't have a huge battery. We're going to help you make the most of it...
Android or bust
06 February 2015
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17 February 2015
Google Maps puts a crazy amount of information at your fingertips, but that's really only the case if you have an Internet connection...
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12 November 2014
Get the latest version of Android on your Nexus on your own terms
Nexus, the line of Android devices developed in partnership between Google and different hardware manufacturers, is a program that allows developers to get their hands on a stock Android experience...
09 July 2014
03 August 2015
It's 2015, and you can actually get through life without ever physically connecting your phone to a computer. (We've done it. It's great. You should try it sometime.) But for some folks it's still the way to go. They just have to plug in every now and then.