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How to Play YouTube Videos in Background

Usually when you are playing a YouTube video on your Android device the video stops as soon as you open another app. Wouldn’t it be amazing if the video continued to play while you used other apps? In this article we will be showing you How to Play YouTube videos in background on Android. Requirements Root access A File browser with root capabilities. I recommend getting ES File Explorer Pro. But if you only need one to get done with this tutorial, you can get the free version and uninstall it once you’re done. I wouldn’t recommend keeping the free version. Modded YouTube APK – download from below. Downloads For ARM devices (32-bit) For ARM64 devices (64-bit) For x86 devices (devices with 32 bit AMD or Intel processor) For x86_64 devices (devices with 64 bit AMD or Intel processors) (Future updates to this APK can be found on this XDA thread.) Play YouTube Videos ...

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How to Install TWRP Recovery and Root HTC Bolt (HTC 10 Evo)

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If you visited this post i think you own a HTC Bolt smartphone. Now that you’ve landed here, to install TWRP recovery your HTC Bolt, or the HTC 10 Evo, as it’s known outside USA, we can assume that you are looking to either root it or flash custom ROMs or mods on it. Well, welcome to the world of Android modding. This is a guide to Install latest TWRP for HTC Bolt and 10 Evo. This is a guide to Install latest TWRP 3.0.3.0 for Lenovo HTC Bolt and 10 Evo  . The TWRP 3.0.3.0 Recovery has a material design, so Now you can install TWRP 3.0 for HTC Bolt and 10 Evo . Download the TWRP Recovery 3.0.3.0 for HTC Bolt and 10 Evo  today and Read the steps below. Make sure that that you must have unlocked your bootloader of your device. How to Install TWRP on HTC Bolt/10 Evo Step 0: Well, make sure ...

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How to Turn Off Safe Mode on Android

Safe mode is the best tool Android developers made, Safe mode can help you to track down the causes of problems you may have with your android device. When you boot your phone into Safe mode, it doesn’t run any third-party apps installed on your device. If your smartphone has been overheating, suffering battery drain, or otherwise not performing properly — yet it doesn’t exhibit these issues while in Safe mode — then you know that an app you’ve installed is the culprit. And while the process for booting your phone in Safe mode varies between different Android devices, getting out of Safe mode is always the same.  Here’s how to do it correctly. Enter Safe Mode on Android Method 1: Press and hold your phone’s power button for a few seconds until Android prompts you to turn off your phone—just as you would normally do to power it down. Next, tap ...

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Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro review

Today we will review the one of the best China phone brand Xiaomi and nice and cheap phone Xiaomi Redmi 3 Pro. Las week we bought this phone and now testing for week or so.  In first impression this phone doesn’t seem like the typical budget smartphone.  It has extra features compared to the original Redmi 3. This PRO version has a fingerprint sensor has been included, and the internal storage and RAM has been increased to 32GB and 3GB. In design section there is no major difference but the buttons have a slightly better tactile feedback and there are absolutely no moving parts on the device (the Redmi 3’s back cover moved a little bit if pressed harder).  But the first impression  of build quality is slightly better than the old and cheaper Redmi 3 version. The size of Xiaomi redmi 3 pro is the tinniest and is 5-inch ...

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How to run android apps on Windows PC

Android’s application ecosystem has proven to be versatile and developer-friendly, after a bit of a slow start. You are free to develop an app for Android and publish it to the Play Store with just a few basic restrictions. This has led to a plethora of really cool Android apps, some of which aren’t available on iOS or other platforms. Running Android apps usually requires an Android smartphone or tablet — obviously! — but what if you currently use iOS or another mobile OS, and want to try out Android without actually getting an Android device? Well, fortunately, with a little leg work, you can run Android apps on a regular old Windows PC. There are a few different ways to go about it, each with their own strengths and weaknesses. ARC Welder for Chrome Probably the easiest way to get Android apps running on your Windows PC is to use Google’s ...

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