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Google's Daydream Could Be Oculus' Worst Nightmare

At its I/O developer conference this week, Google announced its upgrade to the budget-friendly Google Cardboard program. That’s good news for Android users, who have looked on at the Samsung GearVR owners with envy, and bad news for anyone who invested in that ecosystem. That’s because Google’s Daydream standard looks just …

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How to Move Apps to SD Card on Non-rooted Android Phone

By default, every application that is installed on android phone will be automatically stored into the phone’s internal memory. But the problem is that this may slow down your system performance and you can not install any other apps on your android phone because there is no available space to …

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How to Change Font Style on Samsung Galaxy Phones

If you are using Samsung galaxy series phone, you can easily change your default font with other fonts without rooting your phone. However, if your phone does not have a built-in way of changing fonts like the Samsung galaxy S2, S3, and Galaxy note series, then you’ll a third-party app …

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AirDroid 3 Lets You Mirror Your Android Device on Your PC

  AirDroid is the best tool that lets you connect your Android device to your PC over a WiFi network. While you can always use the USB connection method, but AirDroid helps you get rid of these cables and make everything work wirelessly. Recently, Airdroid team has released a new …

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25 best Android tips to make your phone more useful

Configure a secure lock screen Android phones all offer various forms of secure lock screens. Most phones will prompt you to do this during setup now, and you should. The defaults are PIN, pattern, and password. Some devices also offer fingerprint security and device-specific things like LG’s Knock Code. To …

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How to stop Android apps running in the background

Process stats and battery usage If you want to know which apps are running background processes and how power hungry they are, both in terms of processing and battery, Android has the following built-in monitoring options: Enable Developer Options by going to Settings > About Device and tapping the Build number until you are …

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