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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Here Are Some Reasons Why Your Smartphone Gets Hot And Drain Battery Quickly

Leaving your phone directly to the sun, is not the only way your phone can get hot. Moreover, we are no longer in the summer and this doesn’t mean your phone cannot get hot when using it. There are many reasons and problems causing the phone to drain battery.

The main truth is that, there’s no true fact on why phone gets hot because many things causes it but it’s well known that metal devices usually get hot than glass devices by heat conductivity.

We all use removable or non-removable battery and it can cause big problem to the smartphone, if it gets worse. It’s not safe to hold hot smartphone on your hand and at the same, still stay confortable pressing it.

It is normal for your phone to get hot a little when it does multiple tasks
If your phone gets hot above normal degree, there’s no cause for alarm. If it persists while running game or heavy applications, it’s still normal. After closing the apps for some time, and it still gets hot, then you can worry.

There are many reasons why your phone gets hot and they are: multi-tasking, having a too tight case (pouch), installing an unofficial ROM or using a charger in poor condition. It is not safe to charge your phone with a bad charger.

1. Unofficial ROM – For the installation of an unofficial ROM, it could possibly affect some part of the code which will make the processor not work well. It is recommended you install the official ROM or any other one you trust that won’t result in a problem.

2. Using a too tight pouch or case can cause your smartphone to get hot – Even though our phone doesn’t have cooling systems or fan, it does have an air vent, charging port and loudspeaker. Our phone will get hotter if all these are covered with case or pouch.

3. Leave your phone in dry places and don’t use it while charging – It may sound funny, but we have to be careful of where we put our phone. If you are used to placing your phone on top of the computer, on the television, under the bed lamp or on appliances like refrigerator or microwave definitely the temperature of your phone will increase and much more if it is in charge.

Generally, it is not advisable to use your phone while charging, since it will delay the charging and also increase the temperature which will put your phone at high risk.

Hope this article is helpful? Kindly take your time to share and drop your comments.

Saturday, July 27, 2019

How To Logout Gmail / Google Account On Your Android Smart Phone

This article teaches you how to log out of a Google account on your android phone. Follow below instructions carefully to get it done;

1. Open Settings on your Android - It's the app with the gear icon usually located in your Android's app drawer. Alternatively, you can swipe down from the top of the screen and tap.

2. Tap Accounts - This lists all the accounts you are signed into on your Android phone. On some versions of Android, this may be under "Cloud & Accounts" or "Accounts & Sync", or something similar.

3. Tap Google - It's next to the white icon with the red, yellow, green, and blue capital "G". This displays a list of all the Google accounts you are signed in to on your Android smartphone.

4. Tap the account you want to log out of - This displays all the options for that account.

5. Tap ⋮ - It's the icon with the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner of the Google account settings. This displays a drop-down menu.

6. Tap Remove account - It's the second option in the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner. This displays a confirmation popup window.

7. Tap Remove account - This confirms that you want to remove the Google account and signs you out of all apps that use that Google account.

Friday, July 26, 2019

How To Log Off Google Play Store On Your Android Smartphone

This article teaches you how to log out from Google Play on Android by logging out of a Google account on your phone. Follow below instructions carefully to get it done;

1. Open Settings on your Android - It's the app with the gear icon usually located in your Android's app drawer. Alternatively, you can swipe down from the top of the screen and tap.

2. Tap Accounts - This lists all the accounts you are signed into on your Android phone. On some versions of Android, this may be under "Cloud & Accounts" or "Accounts & Sync", or something similar.

3. Tap Google - It's next to the white icon with the red, yellow, green, and blue capital "G". This displays a list of all the Google accounts you are signed in to on your Android smartphone.

4. Tap the account you want to log out of - This displays all the options for that account.

5. Tap ⋮ - It's the icon with the three vertical dots in the upper-right corner of the Google account settings. This displays a drop-down menu.

6. Tap Remove account - It's the second option in the drop-down menu in the upper-right corner. This displays a confirmation popup window.

7. Tap Remove account - This confirms that you want to remove the Google account and signs you out of all apps that use that Google account.

Sunday, June 9, 2019

How To Use Your Android Phone As Microphone Via Bluetooth Speaker

It will cause more strain to your voice if you are addressing some group of people without the use of a voice aid(microphone).

The cost of the gadget itself; is also another thing to battle with.

However, if by any means you stumble across this article then count yourself lucky as you'll be able to use your android smartphone as a microphone with just the use of your Bluetooth Speaker.

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This can be made possible through an app i will share with you which will turn your Android phone into a microphone for the listening pleasure of your audience.

There are many apps that perform similiar task as this one but we'll focus on Microphone app.

Due to many apps with similiar name on playstore, I'll urge you to Download Microphone by Wonder Grace developers (Recommended).

The app designed for Android users to be able to use their smartphone as microphone connects to a speaker through Bluetooth.

You can control almost all the aspects, using it. First of all, you can control the gain, acoustics, volume and even the equalizer of the output.

It can be tough to get the ideal values at first and you might even hear echoes while using the app, but you will get accustomed to the app sooner.

 1. Amplifier
 2. Mono / Stereo (Balance channel individually)
 3. Equalizer adjustments
 4. Line-In / Line-Out selection
 5. Sampling rate selection
 6. Widget support (Lock screen and Re- sizable)
 7. Supports Locale / Taker as a plugin

Setting Up Microphone on Android via Bluetooth Speaker!

🔪 Connect your Bluetooth speaker with your Android device and open the app.

🚨 Tap the microphone logo at the middle on your phone screen to ON/OFF the Mic.

♨ The sound might not be perfect at first, but you can always adjust the settings and control to get the desired mic effect.

You can turn on the support to make it easier and flexible to use.

You can order for a nice bluetooth Speaker from jumia.

Saturday, November 18, 2017

2 Best Apps To Root Your Android Device Without PC, Simple Steps To Get Your Phone Rooted Easily Without Any Risk

Yeah, am back with another useful topic in which i know alot of people want. To those of you that need to root your phone, kindly read the below post carefully.
One of the most wanted features we need in a smartphone depends on when you enable your phone to give you the full permission you desire . Rooting of smartphone has a lot to offer and it can be done easily in a twinkle of an eye with the following apps listed without risk to your device.

This is one of the best rooting app you would ever want to use in rooting your phone. The app has been tested on many MTK devices including: Tecno M3, Q1, H5, N7, D5, P9, M7, D9, M5, P5, S3, S5, and phantom Z.

How to root your device using Framaroot
. Enable “ Unknown source” so that your device can install apps from other websites.
. Go to “developer mode” and enable USB Debugging (if you don’t have developer mode, go to Settings>>About phone>>tap on “BUILD NUMBER ” seven times and you will notice a message telling you that “you are now a developer”).
Then you can proceed with the rooting;

* Now, download the Framaroot app here.
* Open the Open the installed app and Tap on ” Barahir or Bolomir” after selecting either ‘Install SuperSU‘ or ‘execute script‘.
* Now, wait for some minutes to complete root, reboot your device after successful root. Download Root checker app to verify if your phone has been rooted.
* To unroot, choose Unroot where you previously chose Install SuperSU and again tap on barahir or bolomir option and your device will lose root access.

This is another best app that is good for rooting phone. It works without the use of PC, desktop and other files. It’s probably one of the best since is compatible on Android device from 2.2 and above (Lollipop). It requires the use of internet connection and only takes less than 40 seconds to complete root.

How to root your device using Kingroot
* Download the king root app here.
* Open the app installed and tap on the center button to initiate rooting.
* When your phone has been successfully rooted by Kingroot, you will see a white mark inside the center circle button plus a blue tab at the button of the app.
* Now reboot your device and install root checker app from playstore to verify if your phone has been rooted.

These are the best apps in rooting your device comfortably without giving you much hassle. Within 40 seconds, you are done rooting and unrooting your device.

Is this helpful? Tell us the challenges you face while trying to root your own device.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Tutorial On How To Access Computer’s Hard Drive With Android Phone

Today, we will be discussing on the trick that you can use to access your computer's hardware drive with your mobile device. Seat tight and read carefully. Yes, you heard that right. You can access your computer’s hard drive with your smartphone in few simple steps.

For this, you don’t have to download or install any big software on your PC or smartphone.
Your Android’s file explorer can do the task easily
The good thing with this tutorial is that you can copy and paste big files, software, and other things easily to your phone at high speed.

To make this trick work, you should be connected to same network (Wi-Fi).

1. Right click on the drive you want to share. Use the below-mentioned path to share this folder. You will see an icon appeared which mean the drive is shared.
Properties> Sharing> Advance sharing>share this folder.

2. In order to access files from hard drive with smartphone open ES file explorer. Now click on the three line hamburger symbol then click on LAN access-files-PC-android-1.

3. Now perform a scan and you will see your PC if it’s connected to the same network. Now enter the username and password of your PC. There you will see the shared folder. access-files-PC-android-2

4. Here you will see all the items in your computer’s drive. You can tap and hold to copy or cut any folder to your smartphone. access-files-PC-android-3.

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Saturday, September 30, 2017

How To Successfully Reset Android Phone, Easily Format Android Devices, Factory Reset Android, Wipe Your Android Phone, Clear Virus On Android Phone By Wiping /Formatting It

Wiping, formatting or re-seting your Android may be the best thing to do if your phone start to misbehave. It might be because of an app or properly there is something powerful than your phone capacity which might leads to slow working of your Android phone. If you try everything to stop this and it insisted. The best thing to do is wipe your phone. Buh note that before you start Wiping /formating your phone, remember to back up your relevant files, games and apps because by the time you are done with resetting your phone, you won't see your files again. Now kindly follow the below step to successfully reset /wipe your Android device. This method is two, so choose the one you think it's easier for you. Now, let's start.

Performing a Basic Reset

1. Open your device's Settings. It's often a gear-shaped icon (⚙️) or an icon containing a series of slider bars.

2. Scroll down and tap
Backup & reset .
It's in either the Personal or Privacy section of the menu, depending on device and Android version.
If you are on a Samsung Galaxy device, instead tap
General Management and then tap Reset .

3. Tap Factory data reset . It's at the bottom of the menu.

4. Tap Reset Phone . Once the reset process is complete, your phone will be formatted as it was when it left the factory.
If you are on a Samsung Galaxy device, instead tap
Reset .

5. Enter your screen lock passcode. If your phone has a screen lock enabled, you will be asked to enter your phone's pattern, PIN, or passcode.

6. Tap Erase everything to confirm. This will immediately erase all of the phone's data and reboots to the factory default settings and configuration. The process can take several minutes.
If you are on a Samsung Galaxy device, instead tap
Delete All.

Alternative Method:

Performing a Recovery Reset
Power off your device.

1. Boot your phone in Recovery Mode. Press and hold the device-specific button combination while your phone is powered off. The buttons vary from device to device.
Nexus devices - Volume Up, Volume Down, and Power

Samsung devices - Volume Up, Home, and Power

Moto X - Volume Down, Home, and Power

Other devices generally use Volume Down and Power. Some devices with physical user interfaces may use the Power and Home buttons.

2. Scroll to
Wipe data/factory reset .
Use the volume buttons to scroll through the menu options.

3. Press the Power button. This selects the reset option.

4. Scroll to Yes(All) . This confirms your selection.

5. Press the Power button. This starts the reset process and reformats your Android device to its factory settings.

Now you are good to go as your when will now reboot and start working properly.
Note: It will turn to how it is when you bought it, cause it would have wipe all apps and games on it.

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Tutorial On How to Turn Off Safe Mode on Any Android Device

This tutorial will guide you how to Turn Off Safe Mode on your device.
Android device will enter Safe Mode when its operating system has become corrupt, or when one or more third-party applications have caused the device to malfunction. To turn off Safe Mode on your Android, you can try restarting your device, uninstalling potentially corrupted apps, or backing up your data then wiping and resetting your device.

Restarting Your Device

1. Understand why Safe Mode has been activated. Safe Mode is typically activated because of a serious error with an app, or with because a system function on the device crashed. In Safe Mode, you can't run any apps that didn't come installed on your device. If your device is in Safe Mode, a quick restart is usually enough to fix the problem.

2. Check the Notifications panel. Some versions of Android have a Safe Mode notification that you can tap which will automatically reboot your device and exit Safe Mode. This is the quickest way to get out Safe Mode if you have this option.

3. Press and hold the Power button. When the Power menu appears, select Restart or Power Off. Allow your phone to reboot, or turn it back on after it powers off. Your device should boot normally. If it doesn't, read on.

4. Power the device on with the Power and Volume Down buttons. If your device is still booting into Safe Mode, this button combination may help. Turn your device off again, then press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously. Many users have reported this combination as useful for getting out of Safe Mode.

Note: If your device has a broken Volume key, this could be forcing a boot into Safe Mode every time it starts up. You may need to send your device in for warranty service or attempt to open the device and fix it yourself.

5. Remove the battery from your device (if possible). As long as your device allows you to remove the battery, you can try pulling the battery out to get out of Safe Mode. Power your device down and then remove the battery. Wait at least one minute for the capacitors in the phone to completely discharge. Reinsert your battery and then try turning your device on again.

By reading the article above i hope your problem is solved. Oya send your comments.

Monday, September 25, 2017

Tutorial On How To Hide Apps Or Games On Android Phones

In this article we will be writing on how you can hide apps or games on your Android phone. Kindly feel free and read our guides Below.

Method One

Disabling Pre-Installed Apps

1. Open the Settings app.

2. Tap Applications . If your Settings menu has headings above it, you'll first have to tap the "Devices" heading

3. Tap Application Manager .

4. Tap the "All" tab.

5. Tap the app you want to hide.

6. Tap Disable . Doing so should hide your app from your Home screen.
If the app in question is not a pre-installed app, this option may say "Uninstall" instead.
You can find your disabled apps in the "Disabled" section of the Apps menu.

Method Two:

Using an App-Hiding App

1. Open the Google Play Store.

2. Tap the magnifying glass icon.

3. Type in a third-party launcher name. Some common choices that allow app-hiding include "Nova Launcher Prime" and "Apex Launcher."

4. Tap Go .

5. Review your search results. You'll want to choose a highly-rated app with lots of reviews.

6. Tap your chosen app.

7. Tap Install or Buy . This will be in the top right section of your screen.
You may have to verify this step if your app isn't free.

8. Tap Accept if prompted. Once you do so, your app download will commence.

9. Tap Open . This option should be available in the Google Play Store once your app finishes downloading.
You can also open your app from within the App drawer.

10. Follow your app's on-screen instructions. Since launcher apps differ from one another, your process here will vary.
With Nova Launcher, for example, you'll tap
App & Widget Drawers , then
Hide Apps , and then check the apps you wish to hide.

Apex Launcher, on the other hand, requires you to tap
Apex Settings , then
Drawer Settings , then
Hidden Apps before checking the pertinent apps.

11. Close your launcher. Your selected apps should now be hidden.

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

How To Successfully Play And Install Psp Games On Android Devices By Using Ppsspp

PPSSPP is one of the most functional PSP emulators available, and you can even use it on your Android device. Keep in mind that in order to run most games at acceptable speed, you'll need a newer Android device. Older devices may be too slow to run games properly. If you have custom firmware installed on your PSP, you can dump your own PSP discs and copy them to your Android device.

Chapter 1....Installing PPSSPP

1. Open the Google Play Store. PPSSPP is a PSP emulator, and can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store. You won't need any additional files or apps (except for games).

2. Search for "ppsspp" in the Store. You'll see several options in the search results.

3. Select the "PPSSPP" option. There is a "PPSSPP Gold" app, but it is functionally identical to the standard version. Download the free version first to see if it works on your device, and then you can purchase the Gold version later if you want to support the developer.

4. Tap "Install" to download and install the emulator. This is the only app you'll need to start playing game files. You don't need to download a BIOS file like you would with other emulators.

Chapter Two... Getting Game Files

1. Download ISO or CSO game files from various sources online. If you don't want to dump your own games, which requires installing custom firmware on your PSP, you can download ISO files from various torrent sites online. Downloading games that you don't own is illegal, so download at your own risk. Simply search your favorite torrent site for the game that you want to download. Games may come in CSO format, which is a compressed ISO file. Both CSO and ISO files will work with PPSSPP.
It will be easier to download these game files using a computer, and then transfer them to your Android device.

See How to Download Torrents for detailed instructions on downloading torrent files on your computer.
Once you've downloaded the games you want to play on PPSSPP, skip down to the next section. Read on if you want to learn how to dump your own game files legally.

2. Install custom firmware on your PSP if you want to dump your own game files. By installing custom firmware on your PSP, you'll be able to create ISO files for any UMD or downloaded game that you own. Installing custom firmware is a fairly complicated process. The process will be described briefly below, but you can see How to Hack a PlayStation Portable for detailed instructions.

3. Update your PSP to version 6.60.

4. Download PRO-C Fix3 on your computer. This is the custom firmware installer for the PSP.

5. Copy the downloaded folders into the GAME folder on your PSP Memory Stick.

6. Run "Pro Update" in the Game menu of your PSP to install the custom firmware.

7. Run "CIPL_Flasher" to make the custom firmware permanent. This will prevent you from having to reload it every time you restart your PSP.

8. Insert the UMD that you want to dump into your PSP. You can convert any UMD disc into an ISO file, which you can then copy to your Android device and play in PPSSPP.
Press the Select button while on the PSP main menu. This will open the special custom firmware PRO VSH menu.

9. Select the "USB DEVICE" option and change it to "UMD Disc." This will make the disc appear on your computer instead of your Memory Stick when you connect the PSP to your computer.

10. Connect the PSP to your computer.Use the USB cable that came with the PSP to connect them.

11. Open the "Settings" menu on the PSP main menu and select
"Initialize USB Connection."
Your PSP will appear connected to your computer. Usually, the correct folder will open automatically. If it doesn't, open Computer/This PC and select the drive that is a jumble of letters and numbers.

12. Click and drag the ISO file from your PSP to your computer. It may take a few minutes for the file to copy. You now have a complete copy of the UMD on your computer in the form of an ISO file.

Chapter 3...Playing Games

1. Connect your Android device to your computer. You'll need to transfer your PSP ISO files onto your Android's storage in order to load them into PPSSPP.

2. Open your Android on your computer. You'll find the Android in your Computer/This PC window.

3. Create a folder called "PSP", then create a subfolder called
This will mimic the same folder structure of your PSP.
Copy your ISO files into the GAME folder on your Android. The copy process will likely take a while to complete.

4. Disconnect your Android from your computer. Once you've copied the ISO files to the PSP/GAME/ folder, you can disconnect the Android from your computer.
Launch PPSSPP. You'll be greeted by the PPSSPP main menu.

5. Tap "PSP" and then "GAME" to see all of your ISO files. All of the game files that you copied from your computer will be listed here.
Tap a game to start it. The game will begin loading, and if your device is powerful enough it will start. You can control the game using the on-screen buttons.
If the game doesn't load, there are two main possibilities: either the game is not supported by PPSSPP (not all are), or your Android device is not powerful enough to run it.

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Sunday, September 17, 2017

Step By Step Guide On How to Turn Off Autocorrect on Android Devices, Android Phone, Auto Correct Keypad

This article teaches you how to turn off the function on your Android device that automatically inserts the word it "thinks" you want to type.
This is my step by step guide on how you can get ride of it. Follow the steps below.

1. Open your device's Settings. It's typically shaped like a gear, but it may also be an icon that contains slider bars.

2. Scroll down and tap
Language & input .
It's in the "PERSONAL" section of the menu.

3. Tap your active keyboard. It will likely be Android keyboard or Google keyboard.

4. Tap Text correction . It's typically near the middle of the menu.

5. Slide the "Auto-correction" button to the "Off" position. The button will turn white.
On some devices, it may be a box that you need to uncheck.
Auto-correction may be re-enabled after an Android update, so you may have to turn it off, once again.

6. Press the Home button. Now your text will no longer be auto-corrected as you type on your Android device.

Enjoy and feel free to ask any question if you are having difficulties about this tutorial.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Easy Steps On How to Move Pictures And Any Other Files from Your Android Phone to SD Card

This Tutorial teaches you how to transfer pictures from your Android's internal hard drive onto an SD card. Follow our guide step by step to get it done easily.

Here are the Steps below;

Make sure your Android's SD card is in place. If you need to insert the SD card, you may need to remove the back from your Android.
In some cases, you'll need to remove the battery from your Android as well before you can access the SD slot.

Open your Android's Settings .
It's a gear-shaped app in your Android's App Drawer.
Scroll down and tap
Storage . This option is about halfway down the Settings page.
On a Samsung device, tap
Device maintenance.

Tap Internal storage . It's at the bottom of the "Device storage" group of options.
Some devices might have
Internal shared storage here instead

Tap Images . You'll find this option near the middle of the menu.
Select an image location. Tap
Camera to view any photos you've taken using your Android's camera. You can also tap another folder listed here to pull photos from a different location (e.g., an app) if applicable.

Select photos to move. Tap and hold a photo to select it, then tap other photos you want to move to select them as well. You can also tap and then tap Select All to select every photo in the folder.
(On a Samsung Galaxy devices, you'll instead tap ⋮ in the top-right corner, tap Edit in the drop-down menu, and then tap each photo you want to move.)

Tap ⋮ . It's in the top-right corner of the screen. A drop-down menu will appear.

Tap Move to… . This option is near the top of the drop-down menu.
On a Samsung Galaxy device, tap Move here instead.

Tap your SD card's name.
It will pop up in a menu near the bottom of the screen.
Just tap SD card on a Samsung Galaxy device.

Select a folder to move your photos to. Either tap an existing folder, or tap ⋮ in the top-right corner, select New folder , and enter the folder's name.
On a Samsung Galaxy, you can create a new folder by tapping Create folder on the left side of the screen and entering its name.

Tap MOVE . It's in the bottom-right corner of the screen.

Tap DONE on a Samsung Galaxy device.

Hope this is helpful?

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Six Basic Steps To Be Taken To Fix Google Play Authentication Error on Android Phones

In this article, we will be discussing about the fix for the error message on your Android smartphone that says "Google Play Authentication Required". If you had been using Android phone for a long time, you should have encountered this error at least once. So what is the cause of this? Why does this error pop up and how do you fix it? We have the solution here.
You are seeing this error because Google simply want to show you that your Android phone needs your active google account to work perfectly. Meaning, if you mistakenly logout or have your account login tampered with or similar cases, that error message will pop-up showing you how much your smartphone is dependent on Google products for your smartphone activity. This includes the Play Store. So checkout the ways to fix this authentication problem below;


This error might be because of a sign-in problem. The first thing to do is to go to Settings > Accounts, then remove the Google account registered there that is getting the Google Play authentication Required message. After that, re-add the account.


This issue could be because things are not syncing properly from your phone. Go to Settings > Accounts > Google, then tap on your email address, and then press Sync All. You can go back to the Play Store after that to see if the message is gone. If it isn’t, you might have to do the following.


To do this, go to Settings > Applications, then locate the Google Play Store app. tap on it, then select Clear Data. This should ensure that the previous step works if it did not previously.


Open your web browser and visit the Play Store website from it. then try to download an app directly, rather than using the Play Store app.


Sometimes, the problem might not be from the sign-in attempts. It might just be the Play Store app malfunctioning. To solve this, tap on Settings > Applications, then select Play Store. After that, tap on Uninstall Updates, which will roll back the app to its factory version. Now, install the latest version of the Google Play Store and sign in again.


If the Google Play Authentication Required error message does not go away after you tried all these steps, you might want to do a factory reset on your phone.
That's how to fix the google play authentication error on your Android devices.

Hope your problem has been solved? Kindly share your testimonies.