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How to remove Bixby from your Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus

As was the case with the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, Bixby has made its presence known with the Galaxy S9 lineup. This includes the dedicated hardware button that has been placed directly below the volume rocker. The problem is, Bixby isn’t exactly everyone’s favorite assistant. Samsung has recognized this, and has included a few different ways to get Bixby out of your life. Disable Bixby Button The most annoying feature of Bixby as a whole is the dedicated hardware button. In my time with the Galaxy S9 Plus, I have inadvertently pressed the button more times than I can count. However, Samsung has made life easier for everyone, as you can now disable the button. In order to do so, you’ll want to follow these steps: Swipe to the right on your home screen to bring up Bixby Home Tap the Settings gear icon button in the top right-hand …

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How to speed up your Samsung Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus

Now that the Galaxy S9 is in your pocket, chances are you’ve already noticed how fast it is. But did you know that you can make things even faster? There are a few steps that you can take to speed up the interface even more. And if you’re worried about having to jump through a bunch of hoops, have no fear. Speed up Galaxy S9 The first step you’ll need to take is to head into the Settings menu on your S9. From there, scroll all the way down until you see About Phone, and open this sub-menu. The About Phone section will show you a bunch of different information. You will see the name of your device, phone number, model number, IMEI, and more. Below the overview, there is a section called Software information. You will need to tap into this in order to proceed. After you have opened this screen, …

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How to Screen record in OnePlus 5T (without root)

OnePlus 5T is the new phone on the market. It has an impressive display with some great specs of the preceding phone. It is thin, slim and performs great. You will not feel as if you are using a budget flagship, It is as good as some other flagships from other brands. SO now you have got your phone and want to know How to Record Screen in OnePlus 5T or I should say How to Screen record in OnePlus 5T. So today I am going to tell you how you can record the display of your OnePlus 5T without root. How to Screen Record in OnePlus 5T! Method 1 – Record Screen in OnePlus 5T Go to playstore and search for AZ Screen recorder. Install it and open it on your 5T. It will ask for permission, grant it. Now you will get a floating circle on the left side of …

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Backup Xiaomi Phone Data to PC

Backup of important data is an integral process when you are migrating data from one Android smartphone to another, rooting your Android device or installing custom ROMs. In all such instances it is important to take a backup of several important data such as Media Files (videos, music), Call Logs, Contacts, SMS, and Android Apps directly to Windows PC. Apps that allow back up need a rooted Android device. Many backup apps cannot be installed on unrooted Android smartphones. Here we have unveiled some simple ways to backup your data that is compatible with all rooted and non-rooted devices. How to Backup Media Files on Google Cloud: It is a convenient, hassle free and guaranteed method for taking backup of saved app data and phone’s settings like WiFi passwords, etc. Here are the steps: 1. To select the “Backup & Reset” option, go to the Main Settings of your Android …

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How to Downgrade an App on Android

Sometimes an app update comes along and you wish you stayed on an older version. Sometimes it’s just not as simple as uninstalling your current app and installing the older APK again, as maybe you have data within the app you want to keep or it’s a system app and you don’t want to fully uninstall it. Thankfully due to the capabilities of the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), it’s possible to downgrade an app version without requiring root and keeping all of your data. A prime example would be WhatsApp, which to use Substratum themes usually requires a certain version requirement. Rather than having to uninstall WhatsApp and go through the pain of logging into your account again, you can simply use this tutorial to downgrade again, using only adb. Root users may prefer to use something like App Downgrader on the Play Store. If you wish to proceed, firstly grab either Minimal ADB & Fastboot or the official Google binaries containing adb. Be careful …

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How to Install CWM or TWRP Recovery on LG G3

LG G3 is already a old phone, but still many people using it it has nice features a 5.5 inches True HD-IPS display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400 processor, Adreno 330 Graphics unit, 13 MP high-res Camera with 3 GB RAM for better performance and smooth user-interface. The device was released during May 2014, proving itself to be a strong contender against all other high-end flagships including Sony Xperia Z3, Oppo Find 7, Samsung Galaxy S5 and the HTC One M8. The most popular custom Recovery for Android devices, TWRP  has made its way to the LG G3. TWRP is considered as the best recovery as it features a full touch friendly user interface, themes and the ability to flash files without having to use fastboot. Th recovery has made its way to the LG G3 and you can install it by following the guide below. With …

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How to Backup Your Android Phone Without ROOT

Backup your data is essential thing. You love it or hate it; backup is highly needed. Sometimes when we get updates, restore the device to factory settings, or even upgrade the device to a custom ROM or the worst would be to lose the phone then backup comes as a savior in case something goes wrong. If you backup your data you won’t have to cry tomorrow. This is also true that backing up the data will not come with a mere click. You either have to say hello to your wallet or go confuse what to do. Read below on How to Backup Your Android Phone Without ROOT. So, we have come up with a step by step guide to take backup of the data on your device. This is one stop guide your maximum devices like any Android Phone or tablet. With it, you don’t need to go …

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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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Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 How to Download and install Official TWRP

In this tutorial we will show you how to easy download and install TWRP  for Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 (Xiaomi Redmi 3). Finally, after a lot of wait the official TWRP has been made available for all Xiaomi Redmi 3 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 users. The TWRP recovery is really useful when flashing the zip file and rooting your device. In this post, we will be showing you how to install the official TWRP on your Redmi Note 3. The process is fairly simple and once the official TWRP is installed, you will be able to get root access on your Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 by flashing few specific zip files.You will be needed to download and install few things first to be able to carry out the installation process. For this job we need: A Redmi Note 3 with unlocked bootloader Download TWRP by going to this link …

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How To Fake Your Location On Android

Make sure you have Developer Options enabled on your device. To check if you do, open the Settings app and scroll down to the very bottom. You should see ‘Developer Options’ just above the ‘About phone’ and ‘System UI Tuner’. If you don’t see Developer Options, tap ‘About phone’ and scroll down to ‘Build number’. Tap it seven times to enable Developer Options. Now install Floater. Next, open the Settings app and go to Developer Options. Under Debugging tap the ‘Select mock location app’ option and select ‘Floater’. Now, open Floater and select the location you want to fake on the map. You can tap the little target button at the bottom and manually enter GPS coordinates. You can zoom in on the map as you browse. Position the location under the green marker and tap the play button at the bottom left of the floating widget. Your location will now …

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