Here at Android Explained, my entire goal is to create a repository of easy to follow, step by step tutorials for as many Android smartphones, tablets and smartwatches as possible.
If you’re looking for information about rooting, installing custom recoveries, kernels or ROMs and modifying the Android OS then everything you need can be found here.
If you grew up reading Dr. Seuss books and want to read them to your kids, then you might be interested in these app sales for today.
Google didn’t really make it easy for everyone to enable silent mode in Lollipop but the Galaxy S6 has a mute gesture that can be quite useful at times.
Smart Stay is a nice little feature that will keep your screen on while you are looking at it and here is how to enable it on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
While we’re on the subject on the Galaxy S6 launcher home screen, let me show you a way to customize the default home screen for your device.
Samsung makes it easy to not only remove pages from the TouchWiz launcher, but to also add them and today I’m going to show you how that is done.
The third and last tab in Tasker is labeled Scene and this isn’t very critical to Tasker, usually, but it can make your Tasks a little more interactive.
If you never use the Flipboard feature on your Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, then follow these simple steps to disable it from the Android home screen.
The launcher is something we interact with every single day so let’s find out how to access the launcher settings on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge.
As we get into part three of the Tasker introduction we’re going to talk about Tasks. Tasks are just as they sound, a task that is performed by the application.
There’s been a number of app sales that have been marked down completely and here are some of the best ones right now.