ADB push and ADB pull are solid file transfer techniques for your Android customization experience, even if there are easier ways to get files between your Android device and a PC.
After you setup ADB in last week’s Android customization, we figured we would put it to more use, here is how to take a screen recording using the ADB shell commands.
In our pursuit for better battery life, our Android customization post this week seeks to use the ADB logcat to hunt down problematic apps that are eating up your battery.
This Android customization post looks at getting the most battery life out of your Android device, identifying a rogue app that is just a battery killer.
You’ve tried everything you can think of to fix a problem with your Android device, now it is time for a factory reset. Here is how it’s done, and what you should do before you push those buttons.
After looking at Launchers last week, this week’s Android customization post is all about installing a custom icon pack on your Android device.
Launchers for Android, they are one of the defining features of the operating system, and excellent tools for your Android customization needs. Let’s look at 2 easy ways to swap between them.
As far as taking time lapse video on your Android device goes, this week’s Android customization post covering the app Framelapse is about as good as it gets.
IFTTT has a new name, it is now just IF. Their new app, Do, simplifies the whole process for you, making Android customization and automation a single tap.
This week’s Android customization post is all about learning the For loop in Tasker. We’ll do so by capturing images for a time lapse animation.