Tips And Tricks To Use Android Mobile Phones

Tips And Tricks To Use Android Mobile Phones

Today, the mobile market is flooding with the latest Android mobiles. Android phones have different manufacturers and therefore, each phone has various applications with different aspects. Android phones available in the market have different screen sizes and different hardware, but the manner in which they function is virtually the same. In some cases, users have a hard time figuring out how to use their Android phones . The tips and tricks below are meant to help users like you and me who are new to the world of Android. With these tricks, your Android phone will no longer be difficult to use.

Android phones offer users with the facility of customizing the phone’s desktop as per each individual’s requirement. When the phone is first turned on, the home screen appears, and users have the liberty to put whatsoever they want on this screen. It is advisable that the home screen contains applications that are used most, for example, phone book, message icon, internet and profiles among others. On this desktop screen, users can add shortcuts to phone applications, folders and widgets. The advantage of adding things onto the home screen is that users will not have to look for applications in the main menu. It is also essential to note that the Android phones have several other screens which can be accessed from either side of the home screen, either the left or right. With these shortcuts, users spend less time finding the apps that they would need on their Android device.

It is important that users familiarize themselves with the usage of the keys/buttons located on Android mobile phones. It is observed that most Android phones have four main buttons called:

With the above-mentioned buttons, it is possible to navigate through the phone effortlessly and conveniently. The back button is used to go back one step, or to open a previously opened program. The menu button brings up the various applications of the phone, for example, settings and messages among other applications. The home screen brings up the home screen, and it also allows users to switch to programs that they have used recently. In addition, the search key can be used to search the web, or the file/app located on the Android phone itself. With the aid of these keys, users can navigate easily through the Android without spending a lot of time in the process.

Thanks to Android phones , users can say goodbye to typing keys, when it comes to messaging. In other words, the Android phone has a built in microphone that can perform various tasks. The user simply has to say what he/she wants to type/search and the microphone does the typing of the keywords for you. You can even search for the files/documents you require by simply talking into the phone directly.

In a nutshell, with a few tricks and tips, users will find this device is easy-to-use. Android phones can be purchased from any online stores. In addition, most of the stores that carry these phones offer free shipping. However, it is advisable that you purchase your Android mobile phone only from a trusted online store, so as to have guarantee as to their genuineness and durability. The top five Android phone manufacturers today are Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi , Lenovo, and Huawei. An Android phone is a precious thing and with the right tricks and tips, the device will work well for anyone who uses it. The best thing about this device is that it can be customized as per each user’s need.

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Wednesday, June 20, 2012 Crashing: The Problem

Basically, my Xperia Mini Pro suddenly gave the error “ stopped unexpectedly”. It didn’t give me much of a choice but to Force Close it. Then it began looping the error. The only way to make it stop was to go into Airplane Mode. Once set, I couldn’t get out of Airplane Mode. I had lost all network connectivity.

Since this was a relatively new phone, I tried remembering what I learnt from the LG Optimus One. And the number one culprit on that phone was resource starvation, specifically memory. I had 50MBs of Internal Memory and I could blame the Linked.In app I installed earlier as the villain. But clearing cache and data to free up to 100MBs didn’t solve the problem.

I tried removing my text messages because on the LG, they too used up memory. It was hard because the pop-up message was kicking me out of the Messaging application. There was a long draft message with random characters, probably made when I put the phone in my pocket without turning on the screen lock. After many tries, I managed to tap fast enough to remove it. I rebooted the phone with the same results.

I was in the park which gave me a significant disadvantage. Since I had no network connection, I couldn’t get to a PC to look up the error message. So the next thing I could think of was that it was a malicious act, one of those mobile trojans I keep hearing about. I opened Settings and navigated to Manage Applications, looking for the process. I remembered seeing applications like those on the LG. I couldn’t find any. I was getting worried. Maybe a malicious program had come in and deleted the file. That would be the equivalent of deleting in Windows, making a statement that the machine had been 0wned (yes, I am that old). I opened the file manager and tried looking for the file. I couldn’t find it which made me think that it was true. Then, I did a sanity check. Android is more akin to Linux than Windows. There is a possibility that isn’t visible to me since the phone wasn’t rooted (yet). So I had to think like I would on a Linux box.

I managed to get to somewhere I could get a WiFi signal. To my surprise, Wi-Fi worked. I could see other SSIDs. Still, no public access where I could get on the net and find a solution. Other Android games and applications worked fine. So the problem was not as wide-affecting as I thought.

A long time ago I learned not to look what a bug is doing but to look at what a bug is or what it is about. While what the bug is doing may give a clue to what it is, we can get too engrossed in fixing what it does than actually fixing the bug. I forgot that for a while. The bug was clearly something about the phone part of Android and not the smart part of it. My attempts to look at the Mobile Networks section under Settings were not successful under Airplane Mode.

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  • Phone Schedule

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    Phone Schedule : All-in-one scheduler for your phone:

    !NEW: Mobile Data On/Off – a feature everyone’s been waiting for! (*read more below*)

    – Brightness! (Auto, Full, Custom, Dim Screen)

    – Launch an app. (launch your internet radio to make music alarm)

    – Silent mode, vibration mode, volumes(ringer, media, alarm)

    – Bluetooth and WiFi ON and OFF

    – Change Ringtone and notification tone, Silent Ringtone

    Phone Schedule : Create a task once and it will execute automatically. Configure time and days of week when you want it to repeat. Morning, daytime, night, weekdays, weekends, you name it! Save battery by switching off unused functions when you don’t need them.

    ***About Mobile Data***

    Mobile data is available on all supported Android versions. I have tested it on Nexus One and Samsung Galaxy Nexus. However it may not work on some phone models, i.e. on HTC EVO 4G Mobile Data Off works, but On – doesn’t.

    I’m very sorry if this function doesn’t work on your device, very often manufacturers block this and there’s nothing i can do about it 🙁

    Phone Schedule is a tool that allows you to create a list of tasks, which you want to automatically run at specific times. For example, you might want to switch your phone to silent mode when you go to bed, so you add a task, set time to 10pm, select desired days of week(say, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) and select action “Set silent mode”. That’s it! Your phone will automatically switch to silent mode at 10pm on every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.

    Here’s an example:

    – Switch ringer off at night and switch it back on in the morning.

    – Wake up to your favorite music by launching your internet radio app.

    – Make your screen brighter during day time and keep it darker in the evening to save battery.

    – Switch WiFi on when you get home and switch it off when you’re off to work.

    – Automatically turn off mobile data when you go to bed to save battery and turn it back on when you wake up

    Phone Schedule is highly configurable, supports multiple tasks at one time, lets you specify days of week when you want specific tasks to run. If you want every task to trigger a notification in your phone’s notification bar, you can easily enable notifications on the Settings page. Disabling notifications is just as easy 😉 “Pause Tasks” function, use it when you have unexpected business meeting, so scheduled tasks won’t execute during a timeout which you set.

    Phone Schedule runs in background, so once you setup your tasks, you won’t need to reschedule them manually, everything is done automatically.

    List of supported actions:

    – Switch WiFi Off

    – Switch Bluetooth On

    – Switch Bluetooth Off

    – Airplane Mode On

    – Airplane Mode Off

    – Change Ringer volume

    – Change Media volume

    – Change Alarm volume

    – Change Notification volume

    – Change Notification Tone

    – Silent Notification Tone

    – Mobile Data On (May not work on some devices)

    – Mobile Data Off (May not work on some devices)

    The list of actions is continuously growing, stay tuned for updates!

    * Access network state, Change network state – To enable/disable mobile data

    * Full internet access – for crash reports, this greatly helps to debug the app and prevent crashes

    * Change your audio settings – to set silent/vibration/normal modes and change volumes

    * Automatically start an boot – to start working on your tasks automatically on boot after you reboot your phone

    * create Bluetooth connections, Bluetooth administration, change WiFi state – to switch WiFi and Bluetooth On and Off(No data transmission!)

    * Modify global system settings – To enable/disable Airplane mode

    * Prevent phone from sleeping – to execute your tasks when your phone is sleeping

    Phone Schedule user reviews :

    Most simplest n easy to use app i hav ever seen..Performance is awsome.. If posible include more features to schedule !!

    An amazing app. Perfect for a guy like me who needs to have his phone on silent for certain times on certain days for class. Seriously has more features than I’ll ever use. Only thing that would make it cooler is if there was an option to physically play one of your ringtones at a set time

    This should be a stock app for all android phones! Flexible and simple but consistent and powerful!

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    Best Android Phones

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    December 28, 2014 by CellPhone

    Which is the best Android smartphone to buy? Now that the HTC, Samsung, Sony and LG have outed their best wares, we pick out the top Android mobiles of 2014 to look out for.

    The “big four” high-end Android smartphones – the HTC One M8, the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Sony Xperia Z3 and the LG G3 – are now all here and have recently been joined by a plethora of other great handsets of all shapes and sizes, from the mini Sony Xperia Z3 Compact to the maxi Samsung Galaxy Note 4.

    So, if you’re ready to see which we’ve picked out as the best, follow the links below. Alternatively, read on to find out a bit more about Android.

    Best Big Android Phone | Samsung Galaxy Note 4

    Best Google Experience Phone | Nexus 5

    Best Small Android Phone | Sony Xperia Z3 Compact

    Best Cheap Android Phone | Moto G 2014 Edition

    Best Android Phone for Battery Life | Sony Xperia Z3

    Best Android Phone for Watching Video | LG G3

    Best Big Brand Alternative | OnePlus One

    Best Android Phone Camera | Samsung Galaxy S5

    Best Android Phone Overall | HTC One M8

    Best Android Phone for Selfies | HTC Desire EYE

    The main benefit of choosing an Android phone is, of course, choice. Choice of manufacturers, prices, shapes, sizes and more.

    As such, our list of the Best Android Phones includes some cheaper models like the Moto G, smaller models like the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact and even bigger ones like the One Plus One.

    If you are happy to spend big on a monthly contract or buy a high-end Android smartphone outright, then you’ve plenty of options and you‘ll get the hardware that pushes the operating system to its limits. Think lightning-fast quad-core processors, huge HD touchscreens and the kind of cameras that’ll allow you to finally ditch the compact. Some of these handsets are even waterproof now.

    At the other end of the spectrum, you can save yourself several hundred pounds and still get a great Android phone – one that is often a more pocket-friendly size, has all the core features you’ll need and still runs nice and quick. Crucially though, it will let you play games, watch YouTube videos, check Facebook, browse the web and access the full wealth of apps available on the Google Play store. If getting the absolute cheapest phone you can is your main priority then also check out our pick of the Best Cheap Mobile Phones.

    The Android operating system has been praised for letting you truly customise your phone. It has for some time though lacked the polished, good looks of Apple’s iOS. Google has upped its game recently, though, and in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, the more recent Android 4.4 KitKat and the freshly released Android 5.0 Lollipop, we have the cleanest and most user-friendly version of the operating system since it was first released back in 2008.

    If you really don’t fancy owning an iPhone 5S or a Windows Phone 8 handset , then maybe it’s time to go down the Google avenue. Hunting out the top rated high-end and mid-range handsets, we’ve selected the 10 best Android phones to buy right now.

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    “We talked about the science the whole time the other day,” Krauss told The Daily Beast in a phone interview.

    Now it can’t open on my phone due to what appears to be software incompatibility.

    Eventually Morrow was released with no money, vehicle, or phone.

    My wife was talking to her on the phone, and I just kinda found the courage to ask her.

    The phone is apparently the one he took from his girlfriend after shooting her outside Baltimore and heading for New York.

    You have seen the Greek word “phone,” which means the voice, before.

    His reason for wanting to see me, he said, he’d rather not give me over the ‘phone.

    He rose to leave, but paused while Colonel Boynton answered the phone.

    He was working with trembling fingers at the phone where Sykes had pointed.

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    1884, from phone (n.). Related: Phoned ; phoning .

    “elementary sound of a spoken language,” 1866, from Greek phone (see fame (n.)).

    word-forming element meaning “voice, sound,” also “speaker of,” from Greek phone “voice, sound,” from PIE root *bha- (2) “to speak, say, tell” (cf. Latin for , fari “to speak,” fama “talk, report;” see fame (n.)).

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    Q : Android file transfer

    Anyone else having issues with android file transfer app under mountain lion? Know a fix?

    Anyone else having issues with android file transfer app under mountain lion?

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2012 8:20 PM

    Nope, it didn’t detect my HTC Rezound. The phone and the SD card both appeared on the desktop and DropBox recognized it for photo syncing.

    If you really feel the need for an app, I’d see if Marks Space’s Mising Sync is updated for Mountain Lion. Not free but, when I’ve used it in the past, it’s been excellent.

    Posted on Jul 28, 2012 8:53 PM

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    I was using the Android File Transfer just fine (MTP mode) until I installed Samsung Kies, it caused my Andriod file transfer to stop detecting my phone (Note2). I deleted the app from the Application folder and still it didn’t work. I found out I had to uninstall Samsung Kies. My Android File Transfer works perfectly now. This is my experience with it, hope it helps some of you guys out.

    Dec 2, 2012 3:30 PM

    I can fix this – Had same problem with Mac OS X, all samsung products have the same problem – tablets and phones, anything with Android system.

    I was getting the error 10 as well, and as a developer of Android apps I was getting crazy. Reinstalled Kies, hoping for the driver update, no help, used MTP, could not connect, use camera couldn’t connect. EASY EASY SOLUTION! And it’s more awesome than when I used to have Mass Device support under USB (Because this option locks out the apps from using the storage card when it is controlled by the PC or Mac’s USB).

    Run FileZilla in Mac (or any free FTP software), run SwiftFTP on the Android. Swift FTP is a ftp server which runs on your phone. It can be started and stopped. Under Wi-Fi, I was able to move files up and down, right to the root of the phone. Rooted or unrooted, no problem (obviously you get one level lower if you are rooted.). Look for the card under /storage/sdcard0, and look for the external card in /storage/extSdcard01 so easy and so elegant. The cool thing is that you actually see the apps grabbing on to the files! As I’m downloading 20 gig of music to my external card, I see the Music app populating it. And as previously stated better than a cable because you aren’t locking out the storage cards from the device.

    Dec 11, 2012 3:58 PM

    Just wanted to share my experience how I got it working.

    I was ripping my hair out and dreading installing windows just so I can copy some files to my note 2 (jelly bean)

    Im running mac os x 10.5.8 leopard

    I had kies installed and android file transfer both installed, at first i trued moving kies to trash which didn’t really help. Ripped some more hair out and then someone earlier mentioned you have to run the kies installation and uninstall through that. Just did that and now Android file transfer and mac is working happily! (fingers crossed)

    Dec 12, 2012 7:57 PM

    This is what solved it for me:

    Dec 18, 2012 3:48 PM

    Finally a solution that worked after following this thread for months. — Thanks to Daniel Zen.

    Dec 18, 2012 8:06 PM

    Clarification — thanks to Daniel for mentioning that the uninstall may need to be run more than once. My Galaxy SIII was finally seen by AFT after the 3rd uninstall.

    Dec 18, 2012 8:27 PM

    OS X 10.8.2, connecting to Nexus 7 with AFT worked fine, but plugging Galaxy Tab GT-P7300 reflashed to Android 4.0.1 would give me the dreaded “Could not connect” message.

    Uninstalling Kies did the trick for me. Now AFT connects to both devices smoothly. Thanks for the suggestion!

    BTW another app that could interfere is Easy Tether.

    Dec 26, 2012 2:59 AM

    Just tried to do the connection to MAC running Mountain Lion 10.8.2 and was experiencing the same issues in this thread however I do not have Kies installed any longer because I got rid of my Samsung devices. So I recommend uninstalling Kies and using Android File Transfer. The trick for me was to turn off the wireless network on the phone before plugging in the USB cable. Prior to that I was plugging in the USB cable numerous times and got the connection errors as experienced in this thread. Once I disabled wireless everything worked smoothly, tested on two Nexus 4 phones no prob.

    Dec 27, 2012 3:12 PM

    You are a bloody legend! Thank you so much for this tip. It’s been ******* me off for ages. This works using Lion 10.7.5.

    Jan 1, 2013 3:55 AM

    Fantastic. Worked for me too. Had been driving me mad for months. Well done!

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    No, seriously: Android fans now have a reason to envy Windows Phone users

    Windows Phone users haven’t had a lot to brag about lately, but they’re about to get something that will make Android users positively jealous. ZDNet reports that Microsoft is taking over the update process for Windows Phones from carriers starting with Windows 10 this fall, which means Windows Phone users will no longer have to wait for months on end to get the newest software.

    “If your phone is running Windows 10 Mobile, Microsoft says, it will get all updates, with Microsoft making the final call on when to push the update button,” writes ZDNet. “Input from carriers will be a significant factor that Microsoft will use to decide when an update is ready to go out to all devices. But those updates will be delivered simultaneously, to all devices on all carriers, meaning much less opportunity for fragmentation.”

    How much better is this than what Android users have to put up with?

    It’s been more than half a year since the release of Android 5.0 Lollipop and roughly 90% of Android users are still waiting for the new software. While there will always be more fragmentation on Android than on iOS thanks to the huge variety of Android devices from different OEMs, surely Google could at least do something similar to what Microsoft is doing to at least streamline the process when it comes to carriers approving updates and thus get new software out to users more quickly than it is right now.

    Android Transfer – Backup Everything on Android Phone to Computer

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    Vibosoft Android Transfer Helps you Completely Backup All Files on Android Phone to Computer:

    • Access to all Android files on computer, including contacts, SMS, videos, photos, apps, music, etc.
    • Transfer Android data to computer as a backup with ease.
    • Totally manage Android smart phone on PC without restrictions.
    • Download, install or uninstall apps to your phone at will.
    • Work as SMS assistant to send messages to others.

    Apply to all Android phone brands, such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, etc.

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    > It supports to export all files on your Android smart phone to computer, including contacts, messages, videos, photos, apps, music, books, and so on.

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    > Every detail of your Android phone data can be preserved to computer completely.

    Manage Android Phone on Computer

    This Vibosoft Android Transfer is a powerful management software. With it, you can totally control your Android mobile phone on computer.

    >If you find some interesting apps online, you can directly download and install them to your Android phone on PC. Meanwhile, this program allows you to uninstall apps as well.

    > You are able to add, delete and edit Android files on computer at will. Thus, you can not only transfer files from Android phone to PC, but also save files from computer to Android as needed.

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    Just end your life of group text messaging or adding contacts one by one manually on your Android phone with Vibosoft Android Transfer. Experience a new texting way here and better manage your contacts on computer.

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    I have to say that this software is indeed powerful and functional. If you want to transfer files between Android phone and computer, or completely manage your device on PC, you can’t miss it.

    >Before transferring files to computer, this Vibosoft Android Transfer software allows you to preview them with detailed info.

    > If you want to backup the whole files in one folder to PC, you can mark them with one click. And then this program enables you to save them in batches. While, if you just need to save some of files to computer, you can selectively mark your wanted ones.

    > It can be compatible with all Android phones, like Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, Sony, etc.

    Guide: How to Use Android Transfer?

    Step 1. Connect Android phone to computer, and then launch this program on PC.

    Step 2. Enable USB debugging on your phone. Then this software will automatically install USB driver on your computer after detecting your Android device.

    Step 3. Deeply scan your Android smart phone. Soon all files on your Android phone will be displayed on the menu one by one.

    At last, enter any folder to preview files as you need. You can see that there are several options on the panel. Now you can click the corresponding buttons to add, delete, edit or backup Android files on computer with ease.

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    There is no adware, no spyware, no virus attached to our software. After working this software on your computer, your mobile phone or computer won’t suffer any loss. It is 100% safe.

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