In recent times, manufacturers and carriers encourage third-party developments and remain committed to facilitating the entire process of overwriting restrictions and attaining administrator privileges to read and write device partitions. HTC is one of such manufacturers who encourage third party development by provide support to that effect.
Helium is an app developed by the renowned android developer Koushik Dutta, aka Koush. The app allows android users to backup and sync their apps and data on their SD card or in a cloud storage. Helium does not require root permissions to run, i.e. you can successfully backup all your android apps and app data when preparing to root your device using Helium.
One of the major disadvantages of Android is its app permissions, we have all been there, you are trying to install (for example) a flashlight app and you are prompted by the permissions required by the app and you find things like; location, contacts, send and receive SMS; make phone calls, and of course you must be wondering why would a flashlight app need access to all of that?! Bottom line; app permissions on Android are a total mess.
This article will present a step by step guide on how to have access to your personal computer from anywhere using your android phone. Well, you might be wondering why you would need such a feature; well you might use it to have access to your parents computer for some troubleshooting, or you might use it to watch videos and listening to music stored on your computer, you might also use it to have access to other files on your home/work computer, of course there are many other applications that you can use this trick in, but I shall leave it for your ambitious mind to think of.
Generally, there are two ways of resetting your Galaxy S5. One is called soft reset, while the other is called hard reset. Soft reset is commonly termed as reset. For discussion purposes, and to provide any confusion, we will use the term soft reset throughout this article.
Since you probably have not heard amidst talks of new iMacs, iPhones, iPads, or other Apple products, Android released their fifth major instalment of their mobile operating system just weeks ago. The newest edition, nicknamed “Lollipop” is the same thing as Android 5.0. I will use the two terms interchangeably throughout this article. What has been most remarkable about the release is how nobody seems to have noticed.
This post is a step by step guide on how to run Whatsapp on your desktop, that’s essential for those who have old feature phones or even using a smartphone which is very old and can’t support Whatsapp. There are many ways by which you can run Whatsapp on a desktop computer. Using Bluestacks is one of the most common ways, but in this post we won’t be using Bluestacks which is useful for those who don’t want to install a software to run another software.