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Problems and Solutions of Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

In a smartphone beauty contest, the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge would be extremely tough to beat. It’s not just a pretty phone, though. It’s also powerful and feature-packed, but it’s not perfect.

We’ve been digging around to see what Galaxy S7 Edge problems are cropping up most often online. We’ve identified a few issues here, and we’ve got ideas on how to fix them or work around them. The first thing you’ll want to do, to safeguard that slippery, fragile, fingerprint-prone glass, is to snag a new case.

If your new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is giving you restless days and nights, we may have something just right for you in this piece. Here are some of the common problems that are faced by Galaxy S7 Edge owners and their most reliable solutions.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

Palm detection isn’t working

Palm detection is supposed to stop the screen registering false taps, but in some cases it doesn’t appear to be working: the slightest bump or just holding the Edge in a certain way can register a tap. This appears to be a software glitch, and so far the best solution appears to be to put your Edge in a protective case. You could try a screen protector too, but many Edge users have found that the curved screen makes it hard for protectors to stick.
Read : Useful Secret Features of Android 6.0 Marshmallow

MicroSD card issues

To the delight of many fans, Samsung brought back expandable storage with the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. However, users have come across a few issues related to it. For starters, there is no adoptable expandable storage. Secondly, a couple of persistent popups related to the microSD card appear randomly, multiple times during the day. Finally, the microSD card also seems to make the device take a touch longer to wake.

As far as the adoptable storage issue is concerned, there is a useful guide on how to activate this setting, which you can find here. While the phones don’t have to be rooted for this solution, make sure that you follow the steps exactly as stated, and some form of technical know-how is recommended.

When it comes to the slow to wake issue, certain brands of microSD cards seem to cause the problem more than others, including Samsung cards as well. Samsung has released a software update this month that fixes this problem, so make sure that your device is updated to the latest software version.

Bluetooth Problems

Aside from the above mentioned Bluetooth causing WiFi problems, countless complaints are mentioning overall issues with Bluetooth as a whole. Connection problems with car audio or stereo systems, Android Auto not connecting right, and even some 3rd party accessories.

This happens on occasion with most devices, and is quickly fixed by software updates or simply repairing a bluetooth device to your Galaxy S7. For one, unpair and repair any device trying to use Bluetooth, as that could fix it. And if any “permissions” appear during this process make sure its set to allow. Owners can also head into permission controls in settings and make sure they didn’t deny access to certain apps.

However, another option that typically has shown to fix Bluetooth problems is by doing a little trick. Owners can pull down the notification bar and hit the gear-shaped settings button up top. Then in settings head to Applications > Application Manager > More and find an app called Bluetooth Share as shown above. Hitting “Force Stop” or clearing the cache then turning Bluetooth off and back on again typically solves any remaining problems.

Slow wireless charging

Samsung packed quick wireless charging into the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge. If you own any of these two phones are realize that the quick wireless charging functionality is nowhere near quick, first ensure that you this setting is turned on via the Battery Setting. If this doesn’t work, try charging the phone when it’s without the case, just in case it has one. Another thing to check is the compatibility of the charging pad with quick wireless charging.

Briefing iѕ slowing еvеrуthing dоwn

Samsung’s Briefing app, whiсh creates a kind оf electronic newspaper fоr you, hаѕ thе ѕаmе effect оn уоur phone’s performance аѕ hаving a large mаn sat оn уоu affects уоur ability tо sprint. Long-press оn a blank bit оf thе screen, swipe tо Briefing аnd turn it оff fоr аn instant boost.
Also Read : Tricks to Charge Your Android Phone Faster

It’s оn fire

Nоt literally, but if уоur Samsung iѕ running hot thеn thеrе аrе a fеw things tо check. If thе problem occurs whеn уоur Edge iѕ charging, trу leaving it аlоnе inѕtеаd оf uѕing it аnd disable Fast Cable Charging in Settings > Battery. Thаt will increase charging times, but if it stops уоur Edge gеtting tоо hot that’s a sacrifice worth making.

It’s worth checking fоr rogue apps too. In Settings > Battery > Battery Usage > Mоrе > Optimize Battery Usage уоu саn select All Apps tо ensure thаt apps can’t drain thе battery bу running in thе background.

If thе heat iѕ аt thе cable еnd rаthеr thаn thе Edge itself, уоu mау hаvе a faulty cable: we’ve found еvеn rеаllу good quality charging саn gеt alarmingly hot оnсе they’ve bееn uѕеd аnd abused fоr a while. Resist thе temptation tо uѕе vеrу cheap no-name chargers аnd cables frоm eBay, too, аѕ they’re оftеn thе саuѕе оf catastrophic overheating аnd in ѕоmе cases, асtuаl fires.

If аll еlѕе fails, a full Factory Reset iѕ thе lаѕt resort bеfоrе calling in thе warranty.

How to Build Google Cardboard to Experience VR on Android Smartphone

One of the biggest surprises at this year's Google I/O press event was the reveal of Cardboard, a simple virtual reality headset that uses your Android phone. Now you can make one at home.

Have you ever wished for an immersive addictive 3D experience while using an app? Now you can make it a reality with Google Cardboard, the best virtual reality app viewer. Get Google Cardboard attached with your mobile and experience a dream come true with your smartphone.

Google Cardboard functions just like a stereoscope does, albeit with a phone as opposed to two static images operating as the object to be viewed. Essentially, taking two identical (neglecting distortion and slight angular differences) images and projecting them into the human eye will create the illusion of a 3-dimensional image, since our binocular vision gives us the ability to perceive depth.

Cardboard is powered by an Android phone, which, with the proper app, will divide the phone’s screen in half and output two images; one to be projected into each eye. “Cardboard is great because it puts virtual, and augmented, reality into people’s hands for little cost. It’s just like the View-Master I had when I was a child except Google Cardboard takes it to the extreme,” said Nicholas Sischka, Vision Engineer at Edmund Optics.

Build Google Cardboard to Experience VR
Read : Download APK File from Google Play Store


  • CARDBOARD - Corrugated cardboard sheet, preferably E Flute (corrugated cardboard comes in a variety of thicknesses called "flutes"), available at many art supply stores and online . For best results, you should look for strong, thin cardboard (sturdy shoe box rather than moving box). Minimum size: 8.75in (22cm) by 22in (56cm), and 0.06in (1.5mm) thickness.

  • LENSES - This is the trickiest component. Lenses that have a 45mm focal distance might work. Biconvex lenses work best because they prevent distortion around the edges. We used the Durovis OpenDive Lens Kit available on

  • MAGNETS - One neodymium ring magnet and one ceramic disk magnet - like this or this. Approximate size: 0.75in (19mm) diameter and 0.12in (3mm) thickness.

  • VELCRO - Two strips of regular strength adhesive-backed velcro. Approximate size: 0.75in (20mm) by 1.25in (30mm).

  •  RUBBER BAND - One rubber band, to prevent the phone from sliding out. Minimum length of 3.2in (8cm).

  • NFC TAG (OPTIONAL) - One sticker NFC tag. Program it with the URL cardboard://v1.0.0

  • You'll also need a ruler, glue, and scissors, an X-acto knife, or access to a laser cutter.

Now download the manufacturers kit from Google by following this link (.zip) and follow instructions.

Also Read : How To Fix Common Google Play Store Errors
Google Cardboard is fun, entertaining, and very inexpensive. Moreover, it can be used with any iOS or Android device. However, extremely simplistic experience will not match up to top notch virtual reality goggles. Without any doubt, the device surely acts as a brand ambassador promoting the use of virtual reality apps and devices on smartphone.

Fusion Informatics has been favoring such devices long since the inception and will continue to make apps for such devices promoting technological shifts with every passing year.

How to Download APK File from Google Play Store

Installing an app for Android means using Google Play for the most part, but the restrictions of the interface can lead to problems, such as erroneous claims concerning device compatibility.

Don’t let these limitations stop you. Download the APK (the installer file, Android’s equivalent of an EXE file on Windows) directly from Google Play (or elsewhere) to get the app sideloaded to your device in minutes.

Sideloading is simple, and means that you copy the APK from your desktop computer to your Android smartphone or tablet before installing it.

Download APK File from Google Play Store
Read : How To Sync Your Android Device with Windows 10


There are some useful add-ons  and extensions for your browsers to download bulk amount of APK files from Google Play. Add-ons and Extensions are available in Firefox web browser and Chrome browser respectively to ease the some process while surfing the internet. Download the extensions for your browser from the below links to go further into the process.

After you added extensions, go to Apk Downloader options.

Give your mail id and device id to download apk file directly from google play

To get the Device Id of your Android mobile just type this code *#*#8255#*#* and hit dialer.

After dialing, you will get scree named Gtalk Service Monitor. In that screen find “aid” line, mostly that will be on second link find youd Device Id and paste it the extension login details.

If in case you find any difficultly then just download the Evozi’s Device Id from the google play store and use that app to find the Device Id very easily.

Now Login to your   account and start downloading any apk file directly.

APK downloader
Also Read : How To Fix Common Google Play Store Errors


If you're a more casual APK downloader then a Chrome extension is probably not really necessary. Instead, you can just visit a dedicated site for generating APK download links whenever you need to.

  1. First find the app on the Play Store.
  2. Then copy the url.
  3. Paste it to any of the box of these website.
Ex : If you want to download facebook app from play store.
1. Find Facebook app url - "In the url Red Part is Called Package Name.2. Now copy the URL or Package Name.
3. Paste it to the box and Click on Generate Link

Evozi Apk Downloader - Evozi Apk downloader is the first website which i came across which provided the service of directly Downloading Apk files from Google Play Store, And the method to use Evozi Apk Downloader website is very Simple too. - ApkLeecher may be defined as a worthy alternative to Evozi Aok Downloader, it also works in the Same way as that of Evozi, you either have to enter the Package Name, Google Play URL or the App name of the App you want to Download

How To Sync Your Android Device with Windows 10

Every Windows release brings lots of excitement and new features. And, with Windows 10, Microsoft has brought something for your Android devices and iPhones too. With your Windows 10 upgrade, you get the pre-installed Windows 10 Phone Companion app. This app lets you sync your Android phone, iPhone and Windows phone with your Windows 10 PC.
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This Windows 10 Companion App is basically a tool to configure and install Microsoft’s apps and services on all your devices, and then integrate everything. With its help, now you can use OneDrive’s automatic photo backup, OneNote Mobile, Skype, Office Mobile, Outlook, Cortana, and listen to your songs on OneDrive from any device. The two functionalities, Cortana and songs on OneDrive, are currently unavailable on Android.

Sync Your Android Device with Windows 10

Points to remember

  • Ensure that you are already signed into your PC with a verified Windows Live account
  • Keep your Android or iOS device handy for setting up with the Windows 10 Phone Companion app
  • You need to repeat the same steps for setting up all five compatible apps with the Phone Companion app

Steps to sync Windows 10 with iOS or Android

  • Connect your Android device to your PC using a USB cable.
  • Windows 10 will identify your device and proceed to automatically install any required USB drivers.
  • Launch Microsoft’s Phone Companion app on your computer.
  • Select the device platform to Android (or iOS) > select OneDrive.
  • Enter your Windows Live account login details and click on the sign-in button.
  • When you are logged in, you will get a download link in your email.
  • Click on this link and download the app for your Android device. Or, you can choose to install the app directly from the Google Play Store. sync windows 10 to android 
  • Once you have installed the app, launch it and enter login details of your Windows Live email account.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions and give the app permissions to access your images / gallery to start syncing your data.
  • All done? Time to move back to your PC. On the Phone Companion app, check the confirmation box that shows you that you have signed in to OneDrive app on your Android device.
  • Confirm Camera Upload settings on your device and finish the process.
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When I read about the Phone Companion app back in March, I didn’t think much of it, since it merely presents information about existing apps and services. However, I’ve reconsidered my opinion since then. If you have smartphone using non-power user family members and friends who use Microsoft products and services, consider pointing out the Phone Companion app to them after they upgrade to Windows 10. While you can always use existing services like Dropbox and Google Drive across multiple devices, it’s nice to finally see some real Windows-specific integration on other mobile platforms.

How To Uninstall Apps on Android Marshmallow

Given the huge number of apps available for free in Google Play, it's all too easy to find yourself installing apps, never using them, and never deleting them. But leaving unused apps on your Android phone or Android tablet can be problematic if you're low on storage space, you'll waste data in downloading updates to those apps, and you will likely find your Android device performs better without them bogging it down.
Read : How to Setup Your New Android Phone
In Old versions of Android, you had to go Checkup around in Settings in order to delete an app from your device. In Android Marshmallow, Google simplified the process to the point where you just need to drag and drop an icon and you’re done!

Uninstall Apps on Android

Uninstall apps from the home screen

  1. Find the app you want to uninstall, either in the app drawer or on the homescreen.
  2. Press and hold that app’s icon for a moment until your phone buzzes.
  3. If you can delete the app, a trash can icon with the word “Uninstall” next to it will appear at the top of your screen.
  4. Drag the icon to the trash can to delete the app.

Android will ask you to confirm that you want to delete the app: Tap OK, and that app will be deleted from your device.
Also Read : How To Root Your Android Device
If there is no uninstall option then it's likely that the app came preinstalled on the phone and you aren't allowed to delete it. You might instead see an option to uninstall updates to that app, which will be taking up space on your device and unneccessarily so if you have no intention of using the app. In this case you should uninstall any updates, then look for a settings menu within the app tray that lets you hide apps you can't uninstall and don't want to see.

Facebook Messenger vs WhatsApp Messenger - Which One You Should Choose

Facebook bought WhatsApp for $19 billion. Facebook – when you combine Messenger and WhatsApp – now controls around 79% of the IM market. Zuckerberg says Facebook won’t touch the look and feel of Whatsapp, so things are likely to stay the same for the foreseeable. He also confirmed that Messenger and Whatsapp will continue to co-exist as applications in their own right with little to no cross over.

Why IM is Very Important

Traditional SMS is on borrowed time and in a couple of years everything will be done over data, the wheels for this change are already in motion. Whatsapp has a huge user base of active monthly users and processes some 18 billion messages a day, according to the company’s CEO Jan Koum.
Read : Best Hidden Features of WhatsApp for Android and PC
BBM recently clocked up 20 million downloads across Android and iOS, and services like WeChat and Viber continue to grow. As the years progress more and more people will begin ditching traditional SMS in favour of services like Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger and to a lesser extent BBM. Matter of fact, the five biggest messenger apps - Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Viber, WeChat and Line - have more than 3 billion daily users.

Facebook Messenger vs WhatsApp Messenger

Similarities Between Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp

Obviously, the greatest similarity between Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp is that both IM apps are owned by the technology giant, Facebook.Both Facebook Messenger and WhatsApp are used by hundreds of millions of users. Collectively, the two messaging apps take up nearly 80% of the instant messaging market.

At the moment, you can log in to Facebook Messenger independently. Previously, one had to log into Facebook to use this messaging app. In this regard, Facebook Messenger has become just like WhatsApp, which is also an independent app that does not require any other apps to provide full functionality.

Both WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger are available on several platforms. Either of these apps can be downloaded on iOS, Windows Phone, and even Android. In addition, both WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger can be downloaded and installed for free. Signing up to both apps is also free of charge.

Facebook Messenger

The interface is simple, blue, and it informs the user when his/her contacts are online, no matter if they’re logged on the website or on Messenger. The application has pretty much most of the features as the website, offering free voice calling, time stamps and read confirmations, the ability to send photos, voice messages, stickers, location data, to create group chats and to chat with individual contacts.

To use Facebook Messenger, you will need to create an account on the official website and you’ll be required to provide a valid email address and a password. You will be able to call your friends, who live in all parts of the world, for free, if they use this service. In addition, you can post photos, update statuses, like or comment to images etc. The downside of this application is that there isn’t a logout button, so if you don’t want to receive notifications continuously, you’ll need to disable Mobile Data or WiFi. If your internet connection isn’t that great, we recommend you to install Facebook Lite.
Also Read : Best Ever Collection of WhatsApp Status, Quotes and Messages


The best part about it is that you don’t need an email address, but your mobile number, in order to get verified. The disadvantage is that you will use the application only on your smartphone and likewise Facebook Messenger, it lacks the logout button. Since February, the voice calling feature is available for Android, but gradually, it was added to other important platforms as well. After one year, you will pay 99 cents to continue using WhatsApp, but it’s worth paying this sum, since there are many features that make this application worth installing. Unfortunately, you can’t play games as on Facebook Messenger, but you can create group chats and add up to 100 members.

How To Fix Common Google Play Store Errors

Google Play store is an application that comes installed on most of the Android devices, but sometimes, it doesn’t work flawlessly, and the users get some cryptic error messages which they don’t know what they mean. They see some numbers and search for their meaning on the internet, to find solutions for these problems. Below, we’ll tell you about the most common error codes you’ll get on Google Play store and we’ll explain you how to fix them.

Google Play Store Error 403

On a bad day, you might have encountered this error saying The download is impossible and the request is forbidden. This error might be due to multiple issues, but the below fix might save you.


  • Try removing one Google account, if you’re using two accounts on the same device and clear the Play Store search history as well. Now try making the download again to see if the problem still persists.
  • Try using an alternate Google account to download the applications, if it works, try adding the previous account again and reboot the device.
  • It might also be due to bad proxy settings, try clearing or re-entering the proxy of your mobile data connection/WiFi from the settings.
Read : Calibrate Battery of Android Device for Longer Life

Google Play Store Error DF-BPA-09

A common error occurs to Android users when they attempt to use Google Play to download apps that says “Error Processing Purchase DF-BPA-09”. The error usually doesn’t allow users to download anything and the problem will reoccur with every attempt.


This issue can be caused by a problem on Google’s end. We’ve seen this error occur to massive amounts of Google Play users about once a month. So it is likely that you may just have to wait until the problem is fixed by Google and try to download an item from Google Play later.

Other times, you may need to clear the data in the Google Services Framework. Follow these steps to see if it works for you.

  • Open the “Settings” app.
  • Tap “Applications“.
  • Select the “All” tab.
  • Locate and tap “Google Services Framework“.
  • Select the “Clear data” button.
Fix Common Google Play Store Errors

Error Code 495

This might imply an issue while downloading or even upgrading apps from the Play Store.


Erase your Google Play Store data. For this go to Settings, next Apps, then All, Google Play Store and look for Clear data. Keep in mind that by performing this action, you will get a new Google ID. The latter step works just like a factory reset move.

So just erase the Google account, restart the device  and add once more your Google account. This is done  in the following way:

  • Settings
  • Accounts
  • Add Account
  • Google Account

Google Play Store Error Code 491

When your Downloads and updates are impossible


First try to remove your Google account by going to the settings for your device, then accounts and Google. Hit remove account. Reboot your Android and add the account once again. Next, in the settings, go to Apps (Applications) and swipe to find ‘All’ of your apps. Scroll down to Google Services, then click clear data and finally force stop.

Google Play Store Error Code 498

Interruption of downloads from the Google Play Store


The problem is that the cache of your device is full. Delete unneeded applications and files. Restart your smartphone in recovery mode by pressing the volume down, power and home buttons (for Samsung devices), or volume down and power (for most other devices).

This mode provides a few more options. Select 'wipe cache partition' by navigating between options with the volume rocker. Confirm using the power button.
Read : How to Setup Your New Android Phone

Google Play Store Error Code 941

Interruption during update


  •  Go to Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store and clear cache and data.
  •  In the same list, scroll down to Download Manager and clear cache and data for that too. Try the update again.

Google Play Store Error Code 921

You get this error when you you can’t download an app.


Try deleting the cache of the Google Play Store application. If this doesn’t work, delete all the Play Store application data, but please note that this will consequently delete all the settings that you’ve already made as well with the update of the Google play store. If the above solution still doesn't solve it then resort to removing your Google account, restart the device and enter it again.
Also Read : Get Back Warranty after Rooting Your Android Device

Google Play Store Error Code 403

The download is impossible and the request is 'forbidden'. This usually happens when two Google accounts are used to buy applications on one device.

Fix 1:

Go the Google Play Store with the correct Google account. Uninstall the application in question. Try to get the app from Google Play again and click the purchase button.

Fix 2:

Clear the proxy you have possibly set up by going into the settings, then choose Wireless and Networks (or More networks) and then Mobile Network. Select APN, which stands for Access Point Name and hit Clear Proxy Option. Afterward you can always reinstate the proxy.

The solutions for the errors described are based on my personal experiences . If you encounter any other problems with Google Play, feel free to comment. 

How To Calibrate Battery of Android Device for Longer Life

Battery life is a major concern for Android smartphone users and the increased versatility of our devices have made the demand on them much more than it used to be a few years ago. After a while, you may notice a decrease in the battery performance of your device. It is normal to notice a slight drop in battery performance over time but if this deterioration happens drastically and you’re sure that the battery itself is not the problem, then re-calibrating your battery may help.

What is Calibration ?

So what exactly do we mean by calibrating your device battery? Well, Android has a built in battery stats indicator within the settings menu. This feature allows the OS to keep track of the current battery level on your device. Sometimes, if the battery isn’t calibrated, it may lead to wrong battery stats in your OS due to incorrect detection of battery level. How will it hurt, you might ask. Incorrect battery level detection may lead to your OS identifying that your battery is empty and shut down your device even when in reality it might have, say, 5% battery juice left. Is that convincing enough?

Now, there are two methods to get this done. The clumsier method is obviously for users without Root, and we’ll focus on that first.

Calibrate Battery of Android Device

Calibrate your battery on a non-rooted Android device

For non-rooted android devices, calibration is a manual and could be a bit cumbersome. There is no guarantee it will work and sometimes, it could actually harm your battery further. But if you are facing serious issues with your battery, you can decide to take the risk.

Just follow the steps:

  • Let your phone discharge until it goes off due to low battery.
  • Charge your battery until it reads 100%. Do not turn on your device while charging!
  • Unplug your charger and turn your phone on.
  • Leave it lying for 30 minutes then charge it again for an hour. Don’t use your device while it is plugged in.
  • Unplug your device and use normally until the battery is completely drained again.
  • Then charge it to 100% again.
  • What this procedure achieves is to rest the batterystats file so your battery should now be calibrated.

Calibrate Android device battery on Rooted Android Device

Even though I'm not convinced that clearing the batterystats.bin file has any meaningful effect on how the Android system reports remaining battery charge, there are those who swear by this method. So in the interests of fairness we've included the process for you here (it is true that different manufacturers use the batterystats.bin file for different things). It's basically the same process as above but with the added step of a root-enabled app.

Follow the steps:

  • Discharge your phone fully until it turns itself off.
  • Turn it on and let it discharge and turn off again.
  • Plug your phone into a charger and, without turning it on, let it charge until the on-screen or LED indicator says 100 percent.
  • Unplug your charger.
  • Turn your phone on. The battery indicator will likely not say 100 percent, so plug it in (leave your phone on) and continue charging until it says 100 percent on the screen as well.
  • Unplug your phone and restart it. If it doesn't say 100 percent, plug the charger back in until it says 100 percent on screen.
  • You want to repeat this cycle until it says 100 percent (or as close as you think it's going to get) when you start it up without being plugged in .
  • Now, install the Battery Calibration app and, before launching it, make sure your battery is at 100 percent again, then restart.

How To Take Care of Touch Screen of Your Smartphone

Touch screen based smartphones and tablets aren't really very sensitive to scratches. They are designed and produced to be scratch-resistant and strong enough to tough the regular wear and tear. However, if you don’t protect touch screen of your smartphones or tablets, it is fairly easy to damage them too.

Considering the cost of replacing the display screens, and also the loss of crisp viewing experience that comes with a shining new display, it is often advised to consumers to protect touch screen before they are ruined to bricks. Here are a few tips and tricks to help you protect touch screen based gadgets – don’t forget to share your own tips with us!

Take Care of Touch Screen
  • Choose a microfiber cloth. This is ideal for cleaning a touchscreen. Some devices will have such a cloth included or perhaps you can borrow one you use on your sunglasses.

  • The cost of such cloth varies. For cloth recommended by companies for their products, the price can be considerably higher simply because of the recommendation. Look around for a good deal on such cloth or substitute with a cheaper but still effective microfiber cloth.

  • Turn off the device before commencing to clean it. It is usually much easier to see where to clean when the device is switched off.

  • Give the screen a once over by brushing it with the microfiber in small circles. This will remove the majority of simple imperfections.

  • Only if truly needed, moisten a cotton cloth, even the corner of your cotton shirt, and repeat the small circular motions. It may actually be enough to just breathe over the screen and use that moisture to clean with.

  • Read the instructions accompanying the cloth you're using. Some of them need to be made slightly damp before use. If this is the case, skip this step and follow the cloth's instructions instead.

  • If dampening a cloth, it is best to use distilled water or a cleaner specifically designed for cleaning touch screens.

  • Brush again with the microfiber cloth to finish off. Don't over-rub though! And if there is any dampness left, just leave it to air dry.

  • Do not put too much pressure on the screen when cleaning it.

How To Take Scrolling Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 5

For those who often explore the website with your smartphone, I’m confident you’ve discovered all by yourself able of needing to take a screenshot of the page you are on, however don’t appear really able to fit eventually to the frame. Because of this, you find yourself rolling off some shots for you to take the details you’ll need. Using the “Screen write” function of Samsung’s new software, you can do a “Scroll capture” of whatever you’ve got on your screen.

Taking a screenshot with your smartphone is truly one of the most basic functions, but the Galaxy Note 5 includes a trick up it’s sleeved which enables it get well past a regular one-screen capture. Additionally, for those who own a Galaxy Note 5, Samsung includes built-in an awesome tiny feature to the software that allows you to take scrolling screenshot on Galaxy Note 5.

Scrolling Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Note 5

Take a Normal Screenshot

Read : How To Get Back Warranty after Rooting Your Android Device
To take the classic, old style screenshot, all you have to do is press the Power and the Home button at the same time.

You can also swipe the palm of your hand really close to the screen, from right to left edge to capture a screenshot. This is not a new feature but it’s very handy indeed.

Take a scrolling screenshot or scroll capture on the Note 5

With a key combination

  • Open the content you wish to screenshot.
  • At the same time, press and hold both the power button and home button for two seconds.
  • You’ll see the screen briefly flash, and a notification appear.
  • Check your notifications, where you’ll see the screenshot and an option to share, edit or delete it.

With a palm swipe

  • Open the content you wish to screenshot.
  • Place your hand vertically along the left or right edge of your Note 5, and swipe in from that edge with your hand touching the screen.
  • You’ll see the screen briefly flash, and a notification appear.
  • Check your notifications, where you’ll see the screenshot and an option to share, edit or delete it.
  • (Optional) If this method doesn’t work, check Settings > Motion and gestures to enable it.
Also Read : How to Control Computers Remotely with your Android Phone
With this setting turned on, you can use the outer side of (little finger down) hand to swipe across the screen. When you do, you'll see the screen flash and hear the same camera shutter sound you would normally hear when taking a screenshot.

Screenshot images can be saved on the phone memory under “Pictures” > “Screenshots“, or in the “Gallery ” app within a “Screenshots” folder. As said before, you can also go ahead and pull the notifications bar down to see the recently snapped screenshot. This post applies to the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 model SM-N920.

Some Features of WhatsApp Every User Should Know

For most of us, WhatsApp has become the default go-to messenger, because everyone's on it, and it's on nearly every platform. WhatsApp has over a billion downloads on Google Play alone, the only other messenger to boast that is Facebook Messenger. The app has made itself indispensable by adding a browser version and voice calling to its platform.

For those who have to deal with the app on a daily basis, we've lined up some interesting tricks and tweaks that will improve your user-experience.

Turn Of Auto Image & Video Download

If you are using a limited data plan then this trick will help you to save your data by simply turning off auto download of images and videos.
Just like me if you are a member of many groups and receiving many images and videos daily in groups then it can eat your mobile data very quickly! so why don’t we download things which we actually want to download? for this you need to turn off the auto download option in Whatsapp setting.

To turn off auto download navigate to WhatsApp settings > Chat setting > media auto download and there change setting of auto download as per your requirement.

Features of WhatsApp

Stop Images Showing in Camera Roll

You probably don't want all the images from WhatsApp to appear in your Camera Roll on iOS, or in your Gallery or Photos app on Android.

It's easy to sort on iOS, just go to Settings > Privacy > Photos and toggle WhatsApp off.

On Android, use a file manager like ES File Explorer, and go to sdcard/WhatsApp/Media,then tap New at the bottom left in any folder you don't want shared, and create a file called .nomedia.

Your images won't pop up in the gallery anymore. Woohoo!
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Make Free Video Calls from WhatsApp

Whatsapp has officially introduced the calling feature in the messenger, after so many controversies and scams regarding the calling feature of Whatsapp messenger like in its one of the scams they tell you to visit a link and tell you to invite 10 friends using the same link in order to activate the calling feature on their smart phones.

Change Registered Mobile Number  in WhatsApp

Many a times, we need to change our phone number due to some reasons for e.g. we are migrating to some another state. In this type of situation one is left with two options as far as WhatsApp Messenger is concerned.

That is all for now. Just go through the above tips and tricks of Whatsapp and Do comment below if you have any doubts and keep visiting our website for future updates.

Hide Last Seen Time in WhatsApp

When you look at a contact on WhatsApp there's usually a "last seen" time under their name, which tells you when they last checked the app.

If you don't want people to be able to see when you're using WhatsApp, you can set your "last seen" to Nobody. Go to Settings > Account > Privacy, but be aware that it will also prevent you from being able to see other people's last seen time. You can also hide your profile photo, status, and turn off read receipts in the Privacy menu.

Disable media to save on cellular bandwidth

WhatsApp lets you specify what you would like downloaded on mobile data and when connected to Wi-Fi.

Go to Settings, Chat Settings, Media Auto-Download to specify when you want images, audio and videos to be downloaded to your phone.
Also Read : How To Use WhatsApp on PC and Phone Simultaneously

Keep the whatsapp application locked

WhatsApp doesnt meet the expense of a built-in password or fix, you can use third party apps bearing in mind Messenger and Chat Lock, Lock for WhatsApp and Secure Chat if you use an Android phone.This will upholding you from exposing your private chats,photos and videos from others who steal your smartphone or acceptance to it from you.

Create Shortcuts For Important Contacts

Want to speed up your WhatsApp communication? How about creating a shortcut to your favorite Whatsapp contact or group straight from your homescreen?

On Android, this is as simple as long pressing on the group or contact you want to create a shortcut for. When the menu pops up, just tap on Add conversation shortcut. This will create a shortcut to the contact or group you have chosen right on your homescreen.

How to Track your Girlfriends/Boyfriends or Anyone's Android Smartphone

Are you having a Girlfriend or Boyfriend ? Want to trace your Girlfriend/Boyfriend’s Phone ? If yes you’ll get a perfect solution for Tracking your family member’s phone here. If you think He/She is cheating along with you or would like to track her on her behalf safety purpose this informative guide will help you definitely. You can track anybody’s smartphone using the guide and also it is possible to track stolen phone too. While tracking you may also chat with him/her that all things are for FREE! Let’s start the guide.
Read : How to Control Computers Remotely with your Android Phone

Track Android Smartphone
  • Download Life360-Family Locator+more from Google Play Store and Install.
  • Open Life360 app and you need to sign up to use.
  • After complete sign up it will ask to invite your friend mobile number to whom you want to  track.
  • Ask your friend to install Life360 app to his/her phone.
  • You need to convince your Boyfriend/Girlfriend's for the purpose of safety.
  • Same steps are to be followed to install Life360 app in his/her phone.
  • Once you  install this app successfully  in both phones , you are ready to track his/her phone  by   using GPS.

It Requires

Internet connection is required for both the mobile to run this app. 
Life360-family locator app.
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At last life 360 must be downloaded which is totally free of cost and accurate locator app. You can use this app at any time.Just as a coin has two sides this app also has good and  bad uses but overall this is a good method to locate your mobile.

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How to Control Computers Remotely with your Android Phone

There must have been countless times when you have settled down on the sofa to watch a film, only to realise that you have left your computer switched on unnecessarily in the other room. Or you may have your computer connected to your TV and are looking for an easy way to control playback that doesn’t involve the mouse and keyboard.

These are just a couple of scenarios in which TeamViewer for Remote Control would prove incredibly useful. It is a free remote access app that enables you to control your PC or Mac from your Android device and work on your computer as if you were sitting in front of it.
Read : How to Change Boot Animation of your Android device
Control Computers Remotely

  • Make sure both the computer and the phone are connected to the Internet.
  • Open TeamViewer on the computer.
  • Note down the ID and password that's displayed in TeamViewer - or have someone tell it to you on phone.
  • Fire up TeamViewer on the smartphone or tablet.
  • Enter the ID and password you noted down earlier in the smartphone/ tablet TeamViewer app.
  • Tap Remote Control.

After you are connected to the computer, you can drag the mouse pointer on the screen using your finger. To click an element on the computer screen tap single finger at the appropriate location on the android screen.

If you need to input some text using the keyboard, or you want to perform the right-click operation, you can do that using the respective buttons at the bottom of the app screen. The app supports pinch to zoom and two fingers scrolling if your device supports multi touch.
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To configure the quality of the remote connection from the application settings, remove the wallpaper and enable UDP connection for best connection speed between the android and the computer. You can configure the settings from the desktop application as well.

There are many more remote connection apps that let you control your computer via your phone or tablet, but we picked TeamViewer because it is extremely easy to use, as you can see from the steps above. TeamViewer is also free for personal use, so that's an added advantage.

Tricks to Charge Your Android Phone Faster

Not all charging is equal. If your smartphone (or tablet) is low on battery and you only have a limited amount of time to charge it, here’s how you can get the most juice possible.

These tips should work for practically anything that charges via USB, including cameras, peripherals, and any other device you might have.

Always use the wall charger

Using your computer or laptop to charge your smartphone is not particularly an efficient way. Almost all laptops and PCs nowadays come with a USB 2.0 port that is only capable of delivering up to 0.5A of power. For comparison, most high-end smartphones now ship with chargers that are capable of delivering up to 2A of power.
Read : Best 5 Things Every Android Owner Should Try
Thus, if you want are looking for the fastest way to charge your Android smartphone, always use a wall charger.

Charge Your Android Phone Faster

Get into airplane mode

The less your phone has to do, the more quickly it’ll recharge – so at the very least, enable airplane mode on your device to speed up charging. Depending on your device, there could be various ways to get to this. For example, on my Nexus 5, I simply long press on the power button, and select airplane mode when it appears. You can also go into the Quick Settings, by swiping down with two fingers. Every device is different, but you most likely know how to turn it on. Airplane mode blocks any wireless radios on your device, which means you won’t receive any calls, messages, internet access etc, but it’s all worth it when you think you’ll have a device that will still be on for the next few hours.

Don't use wireless charging

Wireless charging has still not become mainstream, but certain high-end Android devices do come with this feature built-in. While there is no denying the fact that wireless charging is convenient, you should also keep in mind that it is slower than the traditional wired charger. Wireless charging is best suited for situations when you just want to top up your phone’s battery at a leisurely pace.

Switch off unnecessary features

Check to see if you have any unnecessary features on, such as Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi or NFC. Close all your apps and stop your phone from doing any automatic backups or updating apps from the Google Play Store.
Also Read : Most Useful Secret Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

Don’t switch it off

One tip that most people tend to know and follow to quickly charge their device, is to switch it off. This reduces the additional battery drain from the modem and other components of the smartphone, which in turn allows the handset to charge faster. While this tip might have been true for phones launched in the early 2000s, the benefit of following this method with today’s smartphones are almost negligible.

How to Setup Your New Android Phone

There’s nothing like that new phone feeling. One minute, you’re marveling over your slab of plastic and metal, and the next, you’re panicking over how much work you’ll have to do to set it up and figure out how to use it.

The experience doesn’t have to be so painful, however. If you just bought a new Android phone like the Samsung Galaxy S6 or HTC One (M9+), this steps will help you with a clean, easy-to-use and fully-functional phone, without any clutter or annoyances.

Setup Your New Android Phone

Set up/login to Google account

In order to use your smartphone with Google's apps and services, you need a Google account. For example, if you want to download apps from the Google Play Store or use Gmail for emails. If you already have a Google account, you can enter those details now. Then you will be asked to agree or disagree to some Google services like sharing location data and backing up your information.
Read : How To Bypass Android Lock Screen Security Without Wiping Data

  • Except Google Account You Should Sign in All other services you have in your Phone to get all the features.

Personalize your phone

If you do not like the background image that came with your device, do not despair - every smartphone offers a selection of different backgrounds from which you can choose. The way to do this changes with manufacturer, but look for a Display or Wallpaper option in the Settings Menu. Quite often, if you press on the home screen anywhere for a couple of seconds, a window will appear that lets you change your wallpaper. You can even choose a live wallpaper that moves (and consumes more battery!). You can also add your own images or use photos taken with the camera: perfect for reminding you of the moment you unwrapped your new smartphone!

On some devices, you can also change the font and style of symbols. If none of the options are to your liking, you could try out a new icon pack or test some other backgrounds - of which there are a lot on the net. And if that is still not enough for you, you could try out an alternative launcher which will change the look and functionality of your phone to match your preferences and even your habits. In addition to launchers, there are also lock screen alternatives. 

Check Your Google Play Store Settings

You just spent all that time cleaning up your home screen in Step 2; now you have to make sure your new apps don’t crash the party.

Open Google Play Store, swipe to the right, hit “Settings,” and uncheck the box that says “Add icon to Home screen.” Your new apps will be available in the app tray, which appears as a little grid icon at the bottom of each home screen.

You may also want to disable notifications for app updates from the same menu.
Also Read : How To Enable Secret Developer Mode on Android Phones

Activate Google anti-theft

Another thing I'd recommend is enabling Android Device Manager, the official anti-theft solution from Google. Try it: you'll see that it'll always shows the approximate position of your Android in Google Maps,  as long as your Android is connected to a data signal.

In instances of theft or loss, you can make your mobile phone or tablet emit a loud noise, or even delete all your files remotely.

Install Google apps (but not all of them)

Google Play appsWe've reached a point where using Android without Google apps has become awkward. Luckily, they are of a high quality and add many essential functions. If they're not installed (sometimes they're not, it depends on the manufacturer and version of Android), grab these apps from Google Play:

  • Chrome (browser)
  • Maps (maps and GPS)
  • Drive (storage)
  • Hangouts (chat and messages)

How To Bypass Android Lock Screen Security Without Wiping Data

Android is an open source operating system based on the Linux kernel, initially developed by Android Inc., which Google bought in 2005. Initially, Android was developed to support touch screen devices like smartphones. These devices support different types of screen locks, like swipe lock, PIN lock, pattern lock, gesture lock, facial lock, etc.

Swipe lock unlocks the screen just by swiping a defined area on the screen with your fingertips. PIN lock is when you enter a correct pin, the screen will be unlocked. Pattern lock unlocks the screen when the user creates a pattern by joining nine circles on the screen, which is already saved on your system. This article is only based on the pattern locking system and does not cover biometric locking systems available on the phones.

Bypass Android Lock Screen Security

Bypass via Bypass Security Hack:

1. Download Bypass Security Hack (Link :
2. Open SQLite Database Browser 2.0.exe in SQLite Database Browser
3. Run pull settings.db.cmd inside Bypass Security Hacks folder to pull out the setting file out of your phone.
4. Drag settings.db and drop to SQLite Database Browser 2.0.exe program.
5. Navigate to Browse data tab, At table there, click to list down the selection & selete secure

For Pattern Lock :

1. Find lock_pattern_autolock (Delete Record)
2. Close and Save database
3. Run push settings.db.cmd and reboot your phone

For Remove PIN Lock :

1. Find Or Create lockscreen.password_type and change it’s value to 65536 (Double click to change)
2. Find lock_pattern_autolock (Delete Record, Ignore if does not exist)
3. Close & save database
4. Run push settings.db.cmd and reboot your phone

For Password Lock :

1. Find lockscreen.password_salt (Delete Record)
2. Find lockscreen.password_type (Delete Record)
3. Close & save database
4. Run push settings.db.cmd and reboot your phone


Bypass or hack Pattern Lock, pincode lock, Face detection or Password lock on android:

  • Download the file.
  • Copy the downloaded zip file into an SD card.
  • Insert the SD card into the device.
  • Reboot the device into recovery mode.
  • Select Install Zip from SD Card.
  • Navigate to the installed zip file and select it to flash.
  • Reboot.
  • Finish!
Should you set up a new lock screen PIN or pattern. Make sure to write down the numbers or pattern on a piece of paper or in a text file on your computer to avoid that hassle the next time. If you run into any problems using the methods above, feel free to leave a comment.

How To Get Back Warranty after Rooting Your Android Device

Rooting your android phone may give you increase in performance potentially. Gaining root access actually give you full ownership of your phone, by giving you access to system files. But various mobile phone manufacturers doesn't think in this way, by their terms and condition, rooting your android phone may void your manufacturer’s warranty.

Get Back Warranty after Rooting

How to Unroot your android device

STOCK Rom Users

Unrooting your device is a easy process and it only takes few minutes. If you have root access, then you may have SuperSU installed , if not then download and install SuperSU from Google play store . To Unroot through SuperSU, steps are below….
Read : How To Root Your Android Device

supersu unroot
  1. Open SuperSU and slide to settings.
  2. Now scroll down to CLEANUP section, there you will find a option to Full unroot .
  3. Click on Full unroot, a warning will appear, click on continue, this will wipe the root access from your device.
  4. After few seconds the app will auto close .
  5. Now restart your device and uninstall SuperSU from your device .

Your device is now unrooted, enjoy your device with warranty.

Custom Rom Users

If you are a custom Rom user then you must follow these to get back warranty.
Also Read : Why to Root your Android - 10 Reasons

Custom Rom Users Unrooting
  1. Format your phone
  2. Download Odin 3.09
  3. Google Samsung <your model no.> <your country> Odin package
  4. Download the package and unpack it.
  5. You will find three files in the package namely PDA*****.tar.md5 , MODEM*****.tar.md5 and CSC*****.tar.md5
  6. Go into Download mode in your phone(Switch off your phone and press and hold Home + Power + Volume down buttons simultaneously)
  7. A screen will appear as shown in first screenshot(Don’t press anything)
  8. Open Odin.exe and connect your phone to the PC/Laptop
  9. Press Volume Up button in your phone and a screen appears on your phone as Downloading(2nd screenshot)
  10. Load all the three packages as shown in the screenshot and don’t tick/untick any options in Odin.
  11. Press Start in Odin and wait till it shows PASS
Done. You got your warranty back!

Most Useful Secret Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

Android 5.0 Lollipop has arrived with the Nexus 9 and Nexus 6 and is rolling out to thousands of devices.If you’re preparing yourself for your Android Lollipop update, or you’re just getting to grips with the OS on your new tablet or smartphone, there might be a few things you’re still unsure about. The new Google OS has a host of new features that add to, and improve, previous versions – but they might not be immediately obvious So to help you along, I’ve rounded up the best tips and tricks for Android 5.0 Lollipop.Here are some secret features of Android Lollipop which the Google has brought in its latest operating system.

Secret Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

Smart lock

You can unlock your device with a bluetooth or NFC enabled device like your car stereo, your smartwatch or even an NFC sticker. If your handset or tablet is near your bluetooth enabled device, it will recognise that it’s a trusted source and unlock automatically. To turn this on, go to Settings > Security > Smart Lock and add your bluetooth device.
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Guest Mode

You can make multiple user accounts on Android but now a new option called “Guest Mode” is available. This mode creates a clean, safe and disposable work-space which anyone can use. It is available for both phones and tablets.

Screen Pinning

Screen Pinning is a security feature without this may be our Top 10 Features, Hidden Tips & Tricks of Android Lollipop 5.0 would be incomplete. This time Google take security to different level. The new feature allows the user to pin the individual screen to your device. When this security option is enabled no app or setting can be opened besides the pinned screen.This feature could very helpful when someone borrows your smartphone. To enable or understand this feature follow the steps.

Face Unlock

Google has tweaked face unlock feature in Lollipop so that it works fast and smooth. This feature did not work well in previous versions. Face unlock features runs silently as you power on and by the time you see your locked screen notifications, it has already unlocked the phone.

Search Settings

Most of you are aware of Google Now feature. This feature also works same but as you know Google Now needs an active connection on the other side the new search option works without internet. Actually this is a new function which lets you easily find the apps, settings etc. in your smartphone. You can find magnifying glass search icon in top right corner. It will same works like search box just type it what you want to find.

Organize your screen with folders

The Android Lollipop 5.0 allows you to organize the screen of your device with folders as well. It’s a pretty simple procedure. Google’s latest operating system has a new feature which helps you to organize your screen with folders. You will have many apps at the finger touch after adding similar themed apps jointly. You can do this without making a contact with pages and pages of app icons. Just press long on an app, drag it onto another app icon and then it will create a folder automatically. You can also change the name of the folder as well.

hidden lollipop features

Do Not Disturb

Do not disturb is very easy to set up, it turns your device’s volume up or down as it uses rocker switch on the side of your device, it will ask you about the notification of specific or all. Tap none option and your device will set to no notifications, and then you will not be disturbed by, texts, calls and even alarms. After Tapping the priority option you will be updated only particular notifications which you set as priority. To get all the notifications just tap cog wheel and then you will be able to get all the notifications once again. Each of above settings in “ Do not Disturb” can be selected to work for a specific time or for an indefinite period as well.
Also Read : How To Enable Secret Developer Mode on Android Phones


Third party flashlight/torch apps have been very popular and a must download, making handy use of the camera's LED flash – for devices with one anyway. Well Google's gone and made this a standard feature of Lollipop so you don't need an app anymore. The flashlight is found in the notifications bar.

Magnification gestures

Also in the Accessibility settings is the option to turn on magnification gestures. When on you can triple tap the screen to zoom in and out. While zoomed in you can drag two fingers to pan and pinch to adjust the zoom level. You can also temporarily magnify whats under your finger by triple tapping and holding. It works everywhere apart from the keyboard and navigation bar.

How to Change Boot Animation of your Android device

The great thing about Android is the vast possibilities when it comes to customization. When you root, you open up even more options for customization. One of those options is changing your boot animation. Why have the same stock boot animation as everyone else? You can find a vast selection of custom boot animations from simple graphic animations to animations that make your phone feel retro or pay homage to another device like a Playstation 2.

Changing Boot Animation on Android with App

We are going to be using an app called Boot Animations that will help us change the boot animation on our Android device easily.

  1.  Head over to the Google Play store and install the Boot Animations app on your device.
  2.  Launch the app on your device.
  3.  When the app launches, tap on the “Server” section if you are not already there. This is where all the boot animations are available for you to install. Just tap on any boot animation on the list.
  4. A menu should pop up with a couple of options for you to choose from. Tap the first one that says “Install”. It will install the boot animation on your device.
  5.  Sit back and relax, as the app will now automatically download and install the selected boot animation.
  6.  When it is done installing it, restart your device to see the changes.

Change Boot Animation of your Android device

Changing Boot Animation on Android Manually

Well this second method is little bit tricky but will surely help you out if you are not able to customize your boot animation using the above method.
  1. Install any free File Manager application, just making a search for Xplore or something else that works best for you.
  2. Now navigate to /system/media and search for the original file that will be present there.
  3. Now just press and hold on the file for little and choose Rename option, now simple rename the file as "bootanimation.zip1"
  4. Now you need to copy the downloaded file to /system/media and then you need to make sure that the file name is for it to work perfectly.
  5. android-file-permissionsNow once again press and hold on this new copied file and choose permissions and then make sure it looks something like on the right.
  6. So now after you have check marked the appropriate options simply press OK.
  7. That's it now you can reboot your phone and simply restart it again to see the customized animation live.
After the boot animation has been installed, reboot your Android device to enjoy your new boot animation.

How To Run Android Apps and Games on Windows Computer

Android and Windows are two very different operating systems; programs designed for one won’t normally work on the other. To get around this, you need to set up an Android virtual machine (VM) on your PC. And as a general rule, setting up a VM can be a challenge.


BlueStacks is currently the best way to run Android apps on Windows. It doesn’t replace your entire operating system. Instead, it runs Android apps within a window on your Windows desktop. This allows you to use Android apps just like any other program. BlueStacks also includes support for easy installation of apps from Google Play, so the process is as seamless as possible. Even better, BlueStacks runs Android apps and games with surprisingly good performance.

This solution can’t replace Windows with Android, but that’s not a bad thing — competing solutions that allow you to dual boot Android with Windows are currently unstable. This is only a solution for running Android apps on Windows.  Unlike many of the other options here, this is a fairly stable and polished experience.

Run Android Apps and Games on Windows Computer

ARC Welder for Chrome

Probably the easiest way to get Android apps running on your Windows PC is to use Google’s ARC Welder Chrome extension (ARC stands for App Runtime for Chrome). Since this is a Chrome extension, it’s not only restricted to Windows PCs — you could also use this method on a Chromebook or Mac. The process is much the same no matter which platform you’re using Chrome on. Simply head to the Chrome Web Store and grab the ARC Welder extension to get everything you need installed.
Read : How to Change Boot Animation of your Android device
ARC Welder is a beta tool, and it’s mainly directed at developers. Still, the process of loading an app is quite simple. You’ll need an APK to load into ARC Welder (known as sideloading), which you can get from backing up an app on your physical Android device, or you can download an APK from any number of places on the internet. We don’t recommend you download paid apps and games from shady websites, though. There are a few sites that archive legitimate free APKs, like APK Mirror.

Android-x86 on VirtualBox

This one requires a two-step process: First install VirtualBox, which lets you run a variety of operating systems inside Windows, and then run Android-x86 as a virtual machine inside it. That way, you can run the entire Android OS inside a virtual machine on Windows, or on a Mac or Linux, for that matter. Keep in mind that if you haven't used VirtualBox before, it requires a fair amount of fiddling and diddling before you get it right. But it's worth it. If you're feeling extremely brave, you can instead install Android-x86 directly on your Windows machine, but it's not something I'd want to try.