Android Smartphone

Android Smartphone tips and tricks

The tips and tricks for the Android Smartphone; the phone equipped with the most complete Operating System available.
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Number of tips and tricks in this category: 14

OK Google! How does the android voice control work?

OK Google! How does the android voice control work?

Say 'OK Google' and be surprised! Wouldn't it be great to control your Google Android phone with your voice instead of your thumbs on a keyboard? Google thought the same thing and has added a digital voice assistant for your smartphone or tablet with which you can do that, from Android 4.4 this is possible. If you don't have your hands free you can talk to your Google phone. This makes handsfree calling with your phone very easy if you ...
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Android7

Google’s Android 7 Easter Egg: A purring cat!

Google's Android 7 Easter Egg: A purring cat! As we are walking towards Easter again, here we will discuss the easter egg for Android 7. Easter Eggs are fun stuff that users normally don't know about. You can find them in all kinds of software. For Windows, for Mac and iPad/iPhone, for Linux, but also in Google's Android.
In the beginning these Easter eggs were often a 'Who made this software' page, but ...
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Screenshot Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge and others.

Screenshot Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge and others.

Screenshot Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 edge and others. Also with the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge you can take screenshots (screenshots) in a simple way. This is also possible for other Samsung Galaxy smartphones! The first way is to press and hold the On/Off button at the same time as the Home button. The On/Off button is on the right side of the device. The Home button is underneath your screen in the middle. After a while, about ...
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Android 6 - Apps

Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) quick settings tips

Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) quick settings tips Here are 4 quick Android settings that you can use on version 6.0 and beyond. Have fun! Quickly select a WiFi network: Swipe down twice to open the quick settings. Then click on the network name under the WiFi icon. This will take you to the WiFi settings. Here you can select the WiFi network where you want to log in. Manage your Bluetooth settingsSame as the Wifi; swipe down twice...
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Android 6 - Apps

Android 6.0 Notification and Volume Tips and Tricks


Android 6.0 Notification and Volume Tips and Tricks Here are 8 settings for Android 6.0 regarding notification and volume settings. They all work on Google Android 6.0, but most of them can also work on versions with a lower version number. Quick switch to vibrate alarm: If you want the sounds off, because you're in a place where you can't use them, but want an indication when something is coming (phone, alarm, whatsapp or so) ...
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Android easter egg

Turn off the app notifications

Deactivate the app alerts Annoyed by those app alerts that keep coming and that also drain the battery extra fast? Now you can choose whether you want them or not per notification. And you get even more settings that you can change when your Android version gets higher. If you want to deactivate the alerts, and if you're on Android Jelly Bean 4.1 or higher, here's the ...
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Android 6 - Apps

Android 6 – Tips & Tricks 2: Apps

Android 6 - Tips and tricks 2: Apps Here are more tips and tricks for Android 6. This time focused on the apps.

They all apply to Android 6, but may also apply to earlier versions. Stop adding new app icons to your home screen If you don't want new apps to make a mess of your home screen go to Play store > Settings and uncheck the box there. Add other...
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Microsoft Office 365

Software: Microsoft Office 365 (Windows, Android, Apple)

Software: Microsoft Office 365 The software Office 365 comes from Microsoft and has by default almost all popular office packages on board.
Who doesn't know Microsoft Word or Excel? Except for the PC and Mac, this software is now also available for Android (tablet and smartphones), iPhone, iPad and Windows mobile. This is all included in the Office 365 package.
This software for home use can be rented in a 1 user package, and also in a 5 user package ...
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What's the IMEI number and what can you do with it? 

What's the IMEI number and what can you do with it? 

What's the IMEI number on your phone? IMEI means '...International Mobile Equipment IdentityThe IMEI number is basically a unique serial number for the phone part of your device. you don't use this number very much yourself, but it's important! Finding the IMEI number The IMEI number is a serial number used to identify your phone. this 15 digit code is unique and is linked to a specific device by the manufacturer. it's best to write this number on something, if you want to ...
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Nexus: How do you take a screenshot?

Nexus: How do you take a screenshot?

Nexus Screenshot. Screenshots can be very important if you want to share your screen with other people or if you want to save information that is only on your screen. But how do you take such a screenshot? Unfortunately this way is quite different on the various Android devices, there is no standard way for it. Luckily on the Google Nexus devices (with android 4.0 or higher) it's very easy! Here's how. Take a screenshot. You can take your screenshots ...
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Onedrive Cloud

Software: Microsoft Onedrive cloud solution

OneDrive cloud OneDrive is Microsoft's cloud storage service. (Think Dropbox or Google Drive.) And over the years it has become really good. In fact, so good, that some of the Android manufacturers provide it as a standard alongside Google Office tools. And Onedrive is also easy to use. Log in with your Microsoft account and you can access all your files anytime, anywhere. A part you use often you can even access without the internet via your ...
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Android easter egg

How quickly to get to the quick settings...

If you join the quick settings If you want to come, you first have to make the notification screen come down, then via a shortcut, or by swiping down again, at all the quick settings to come. This is rather cumbersome for quick settingsRight? But there's also a solution to this: To get directly to the quick settings to get to the top of the screen you have to move (swipe) down with 2 fingers at a time instead of 1. You'll get quick...
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