Hi! I began using Android back in 2012 with the Nexus 4 and instantly became entrenched in the custom ROM community. The Android OS can feel overwhelming at times so I hope that my tutorials will be able to help those who need a little assistance learning the software.
After rooting and installing a custom recovery, some people are having an issue when trying to write to the external SD card of their Galaxy Note 4. Today’s tutorial will guide you on how to fix this issue.
Creating a backup is just half of the process. If you run across an issue then you will have to restore from the previous backup that you have created. Today I will show you the step by step process for how to restore your Galaxy Note 4 from that backup.
Backups are incredibly important and today I’m going to show you how to create your first Galaxy Note 4 Nandroid Backup. It is always recommended to create a backup after you gain root access and install a custom recovery.
Now that you have had your brand new Galaxy Note 4 for a little while, you might be looking for a way to truly customize it. Today I’m going to show you how to get Galaxy Note 4 root access by following these very simple steps.
Sometimes you can experience some odd and random bugs from time to time with the Galaxy Note 4(and Android in general). One way to resolve these issues is to do a factory reset so today I’m going to show you how it’s done.
Customizing the lock screen on CyanogenMod is generally pretty straight forward but while the team is working on implementing the proper front end for this, I wanted to show you exactly how to do it for any CM12 nightly that is going out right now.
Recovery Mode for the Galaxy Note 4 is something that you might need access to in order to wipe the cache partition, perform a factory reset and a handful of other useful tasks. So today I’m going to show you how to boot up your Galaxy Note 4 into Recovery Mode.
For some of the tutorials here at Android Explained, you will need to boot up your Samsung device into Download Mode. So today we’re going to take a look at a step by step guide on how to get your Galaxy Note 4 into Download Mode