One major shortcoming of Android OS till Android 2.3 Gingerbread was the inability to take screenshots, natively. However, small this feature may seem to some people, it is without a doubt a handy and much needed feature. Thankfully, Google listened to Android users out there, and has added native screenshot taking capability in Android 4.0 […]

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Officially, Android does not have any desktop management software like iTunes for iOS devices, and Zune for WP7 handsets etc. This is where Android Sync Manager steps in. Remember Nokia Suite or MyPhoneExplorer for Sony Ericsson dumb phones? Android Sync Manager has the same functionality as these apps, except it supports your Android phone. It […]

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iOS device users can use iTunes to backup the applications and games installed on their phone or tablet. Windows Phone users can do the same using the Zune app. However, Android users don’t have a tool or an app via which they can backup their applications, unless they have rooted their phone. If rooted, users […]

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All Android phones, except for the ones that run on stock Android, have pretty good integration with Facebook. By just entering their Facebook ID, all the user’s data including their friend’s birthday and events are imported into the phone’s calendar. While it may not seem like a big thing, users who have their Facebook calendar […]

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Android fragmentation has been one of the weak points of the Android ecosystem, right from the beginning. As if different versions of Android OS were not enough, we now also have games that run only on a specified SoC (Processor+GPU) combination. Thanks to Nvidia and its Tegra zone, many games have released on the Android […]

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Google announced the much anticipated and awaited next major version of Android OS – Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, in an event co-hosted by Google and Samsung in Hong Kong. The new version of Android brings with it a new magazine like UI, Face Recognition unlock and much more. Readers can find out the Top […]

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Most Android users will generally complain about the poor battery life of their phone. There is a misconception that Android as an OS itself is not battery-friendly. The truth is that all Android phones, except for some HTC phones, have decent battery life. They can easily last you a day, if used properly. Here are […]

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HTC had officially released a web-based bootloader-unlocking tool for their handsets sometime ago. Owners of HTC’s latest high-end smartphones can use the web-based tool to unlock the bootloader on their handset, and gain root access. However, unlocking the bootloader on your handset will void its warranty. Once you have unlocked the bootloader on your handset, […]

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CWM Recovery

If you have already rooted your Android handset, you can install a Custom ROM on it to improve its performance, or to add new features or get the latest version of Android on your handset. Before proceeding with installing the custom ROM, users should keep in mind that installing a ROM will wipe the phone […]

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Google and Samsung have finally unveiled the much awaited Galaxy Nexus handset along with the next major version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich. Ice Cream Sandwich is the biggest release of Android until date, and brings tons of new features on-board. Here are the top 10 features in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich -: 10. […]

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