When Samsung launched the Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge a few weeks back, they told us that Android 6.0’s new adoptable storage (that allows you to convert your microSD into internal storage) was not available. Instead, you could manually move apps to microSD card like it was in TouchWiz Lollipop. Well, Paul O’Brien of Modaco, who has been an Android developer ever since days of the original Nexus One phone (and the G1), has figured out an easy way to enable it.
I have finally got my own version of Galaxy S7! I am actually looking forward to using the Galaxy S7 Edge as daily driver but the S7 is certainly not bad in its own right featuring a 5.1-inch 1440P AMOLED display with a whopping 3,000mAh battery capacity. I have spent a great deal of time with the S7 at MWC a few weeks back, but now I can really try out the new features on a daily basis.
For those of you looking to take better photos and videos with your Android or cameras, you may want to consider getting a mini tripod. Mini tripods can help you get stable shots otherwise not possible without carrying a full-sized tripod. I use many of them on a daily basis and let me give you a review of all the different mini tripods and smartphone mounts I use.