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 think the Overview page is a cluttered mess then let you show you how to take control of how long apps can stay in there with Recently.
Whether you can’t find your smartphone, or maybe it’s been stolen, you just have to do a single Google Search to find out where it’s at.
One of my favorite applications that requires root access is called BetterBatteryStats and it helps you to monitor exactly what apps are using your battery.
With the introduction of Android 6.0, we have a way to enable a secret and experimental version of multiwindow for the Nexus 5X.
Since I write an Xposed install tutorial for so many devices, I wanted to put together a unified download page that links to all of the latest versions.
Privacy is a huge deal when we keep so much sensitive information on our smartphones so today I want to talk about an application to help keep your stuff secure: LEO Privacy Guard.
Google has been working on an experimental multiwindow for Android and today I want to show you how to enable it for the Nexus 6P.
In today’s tutorial, I want to show you how to install an Icon Pack on the Nexus 6P with one of the many different custom launchers available in the Play Store.
I’ve received a lot of comments about random bootlooping on their LG G4 and today I have learned that LG has come out with a statement regarding the issue.
If you want to make things on your screen smaller, fitting more information on a single screen, then let me show you how to change the DPI on the Nexus 6P.