Older consoles are a memorable part of a lot of childhoods and, in many cases, you can play the classics again on Android with these emulators!
If you are one of the lucky people to own the Samsung Galaxy S5 chances are at some point or another you will want to take a screenshot. What is a screenshot? It’s a method used to capture an image of whatever is on the screen of your device. There are 2 methods to capture a screenshot on your Galaxy S5, method 1 is the most common way to take a screenshot and likely a method that you are familiar with. The 2nd method is unique to Samsung products and the Galaxy S5. Method#1 - Hold the Power button and Home button…
If you happen to be one of the lucky few to own one of the most popular Android phones of 2014, the HTC One (M8), congrats, great purchase. Now sometimes you may find yourself wanting to save a picture, webpage or message that is on the screen, no problem, we have the solution. Related: How to take screenshot on Galaxy S5 In this article we are going to show you 2 easy to apply methods that will enable you to capture the screen of your HTC One (M8). Method #1 – Hold the power & Volume Button Down Hold the power…
You might find yourself wanting to capture the moment on your Moto G, perhaps a special text message, a picture or a web page. No matter the reason, we are going to present you the easy instructions on how to take a screenshot with your Moto G. The Moto G screenshot method follows the Android standard which is holding the power button down and the volume down button at the same time for 3 seconds. This is the most common method on Android as other devices such as the HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4, Note 3 and Nexus 7 all…
We take a look at the various methods to take a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3
We take a look at some of the ways to take a screenshot on the Sony Xperia Z1.
We take a look at how to take a screenshot on the Moto X without using third party applications.
Titanium Backup is a very helpful tool for backing up your apps and protecting your handset from broken software, but it doesn’t have the friendliest user interface. So here’s a quick guide to get you started.
We may take it for granted, but not every Android device comes with Google’s app store pre-installed. If you need to install Google Play yourself, here’s a simple step-by-step guide.
A look at what 4G is, and the various types of current and upcoming 4G networks.