Welcome

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.

Samsung Device Tutorials

There are dozens and dozens of tutorials specially written for Samsung devices including the Galaxy S6/S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 4/Edge, Galaxy S5 and more.

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Nexus Device Tutorials

There are dozens and dozens of tutorials specially written for Nexus devices including the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 5 and more.

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Motorola Device Tutorials

There are dozens and dozens of tutorials specially written for Motorola devices including the 2013 Moto G, 2014 Moto G and more.

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LG Device Tutorials

There are dozens and dozens of tutorials specially written for LG devices including the LG G3 and LG G4.

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HTC Device Tutorials

There are dozens and dozens of tutorials specially written for HTC devices including the HTC One M9.

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Sony Device Tutorials

There are a few tutorials specially written for Sony devices including the Xperia Z3, Xperia Z3 Compact and more.

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OnePlus Tutorials

There are dozens and dozens of tutorials specially written for OnePlus devices including the OnePlus One.

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New Site for App Sales

New Site for App Sales

In an attempt to reduce the amount of clutter here, I have created a new website – www.PlayStoreSales.com – to hold all of the most recent Android application sales.

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Commute UI [Theme]

Commute UI [Theme]

Commute UI is a dark theme with five different color accents all rolled into one theme and you can get it for either CM12’s Theme Engine or RRO Layers.

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The Thoughtful Home

The Thoughtful Home

Today we saw the release of the Nest Cam, the second generation Nest Protect(smoke and CO detector) and a new video that helps to show the vision of Nest.

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Recent Articles

Tasker: What Are Tasks?

Tasker: What Are Tasks?

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.

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OnePlus Cardboard

— The OnePlus cardboard viewer is finally available(to 30,000 people) and it will only cost you $5 for the shipping fee.

New Snapdragon SoCs

— XDA takes a look at the upcoming Qualcomm Snapdragon SoCs and gives some context about how things have developed so far.

Nexus 9 Revisited

— Android Central takes another look at the Nexus 9 and feels that after all this time, the device is finally worthy of being a Nexus tablet.

Samsung Pay Testing

— A new report suggest that Samsung Pay is going through the final test phase and the South Korean tech giant has teamed up with eight different credit card companies for this phase.

HTC One M9 Blind Test

— HTC's new ad shows a few people doing a blind test to find out which device they like the most. Can you guess which device gets featured in the advertisement?

Android Wear Update

— A new rumor circulating around the Android community says that Android Wear is set to get an update soon. The current schedule looks to be around the end of this month.

Fallout Shelter for Android

— While the release of Fallout Shelter for Android might be a little late, the developers say they are on track for a release sometime around August.

YouTube Videos on Android Wear

— A new application in the Google Play Store lets you watch YouTube videos directly on your smartwatch. Audio will need to play through Bluetooth but you can also cast it to your Chromecast from it.

Mystery Google Device

— A mysterious device named the GG1 has just hit the FCC and gained approval. Some are speculating that this is actually the next version of Google Glass.

Android M on 2012 Nexuses

— Even though an article circulating around the Android community says otherwise, it seems like the Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and the 2012 Nexus 7 will not be getting Android M after all.

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