While LG’s new bezel-less LG G6 impressed me this week and a bunch of other cool Android smartphone launched, I stumbled onto the coolest Android device I have seen at MWC 2017, which I certainly is the best Android device of MWC 2017. Actually, my friend Ash Taylor(YouTuber) advised me to check it out upon which I was AMAZED.
The other day I found a great way to make a smartphone or tablet stand using these flexible wires called Gear Tie.
By utliizing our super natural powers through use of teleporting and subconsciously reprogramming your brain, we are gonna get you SUPER HIGH ON ANDROID with a Sunday Quicky.
So I got a question last night from Florence who asked me, “ My parents and I use note 3 from tmobile and I’m the person who sets everything up. Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah When mom is watching YouTube and phone goes to sleep it shuts volume off with the headphones. The woman is driving me crazy because she can’t get directtv where she lives so her note 3 is her access to her korean shows.”
One of the coolest features on Samsung Galaxy Note phones is the ability to multi-task using multi-window feature, which allows you to use two apps at the same time, just like a desktop computer.
Well, this feature is only available on Samsung Galaxy smartphones or LG G3 unless you install custom ROM like C-ROM.
When installing certain custom ROMs on rooted Android smartphones or tablets, you will encounter “Status 7” error issues once in awhile with ClockworkMod (CWM) Recovery.
Status 7 error is caused while the ROM’s updater script file checks to see if the phone model of your phone is compatible with the ROM you are installing, called “asserts”.
For those of you wondering how to “unroot” any rooted Android smartphone or tablet, did you know that you can do that easily with 1-click using the SuperSU app?
This will remove root completely from any rooted Android smartphone or tablet.
Now, if you have custom recovery installed, it will not remove that (you will have to re-install stock recovery or re-install stock firmware), but this will remove root completely for devices that only have root installed. (E.g. if you have a rooted Droid Razr or One X and rooted without installing custom recovery, this method will completely unroot your device and return it to stock.)
Most U.S. carriers including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon, will charge you an extra “tethering monthly fee” (around $20-30) if you want wifi tethering enabled on your phone so you can share your phone’s internet with other wifi devices you own such as Android tablets, desktop computer, etc…etc…
For those of you with one of the latest Android smartphones/tablets that have NFC but cannot use Google Wallet (such as any AT&T, T-Mobile, or Verizon phones), here’s how to install Google Wallet.
Why do you need Google Wallet?
Google Wallet is an NFC-enabled credit card payment system for those of you who don’t know. Many credit card systems around the world now support NFC-enabled credit cards and Google Wallet, meaning you don’t have to carry your credit cards anymore, just your smartphone. It’s a great way to pay for things, and much faster than swiping your credit card.
I’ve been traveling to Asia often lately and found that when I am in countries like South Korea or Thailand (where I am right now), I found that you cannot access certain apps on the Play Store. Now, this can become a headache especially when I can’t get apps like Google Voice, which I need to keep in contact with my friends and voice messages for my phone number in the U.S. Also, I do enjoy listening to music using Pandora app or watching movies with Netflix when I am traveling outside the U.S.