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 need to sell your LG G5, or maybe you just want to wipe the data clean and start fresh, then let me show you how to perform a factory reset.
If you bought the AT&T G5, then you probably saw the LG G5 DIRECTV notification and today I want to show you how to remove it for good.
LG has decided to change some things up this year, but you can follow the steps below to boot the LG G5 into Recovery Mode.
If you ever need to manually flash a firmware (TOT) file on the LG G5, then you’ll first need to boot up into Download Mode and this is how it’s done.
If you’re having trouble with battery life, over heating or something that 3rd-party apps have caused, let me show you how to boot the LG G5 into Safe Mode.
If you’re not familiar with Samsung’s software, or maybe you’re new to Android altogether, here is a complete starter guide for all the tips you’ll need.
Verizon’s Galaxy S7 now has a piece of software that can remotely install bloatware and today I want to show you how to disable it completely.
Samsung has a tendency to promote apps from their Galaxy Apps store via notifications and today I’m going to show you how to disable them.
If for any reason you want to go back to the stock firmware on the Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge then you can follow these steps to return to stock.
If you’ve discovered your Galaxy S7 is overheating, then let me walk you through a few troubleshooting steps to figure out how to fix it.