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Later last year, Google announced its latest, and the most anticipated version of Android, which was know as 'Android L' for a very long time. But, after its final release, it was named Lollipop, which was quite obvious. Before its initial release, people made all kinds of concepts about...

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If you're a daily Android user, you may have precious data stored on your device such as pictures, videos, or important documents. Most of the Android devices let the users expand their device's memory with an external SD Card. So, if your phone gets damaged, your data stored in the...

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Previously, people used to carry their data in floppy disks. Then came CD's, and then Pen Drives. Slowly and slowly people realized that they could buy an SD Card for their Android device, and store all of the important data in it. Some people have important data like contacts,...

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Android wear is still crawling on four legs but looking at the great success of the wearable devices, we believe that it has the potential to take over the smartphone market in the foreseeable future. Currently, only a bunch of Android wear devices are available in the market, most...

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Android is really the most versatile operating system for mobile device. No wonder, it's also the most popular platform. Android has seen tremendous developments and improvements through years. However, there are a few departments where the OS looks like lacking some things or falls short to expectations. If you have...

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The Google Play Store is stacked up with a ton of applications available for you to download. While most of them are just plain entertainment applications, some applications on the Google Play Store are utility ones, which ease up the user's task. Your Android device can do a lot...

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Android Lollipop is the latest treat from Google and we all love it for the horde of features that came along with the latest OS release. Celebrations apart, we all know that the Android Lollipop came with several bugs which caused severe lags and battery drain issues. The two...

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Xposed framework has finally made official for the Android Lollipop just a few days ago, thanks to the deep efforts of rovo89 and whoever was involved in the development and testing of our favourite tweaking framework on Android. The Xposed framework V3.0 is still in the alpha version and you can expect...

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The OnePlus One is the flagship killer Android device about which everyone is talking for a while now. It is powered by the Snapdragon 801 chipset, clocked at 2.5 GHz with a Quad-Core processor. It has a whooping 3 GB of RAM. For smartphone gamers, you will be happy...

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Touchwiz UI is one of the most popular custom Android UI which runs on top of the stock Android UI. Since the inception of Touchwiz, many developers put their efforts on improving the interface. Status bar is one of the hot areas where the developers try to work their magic...