Android Tutorials Overview Updated April 11, 2018

Android Tutorials

See All Stories

19 'Android Tutorials' stories

October 2017 - April 2018


Use an Android phone or tablet? Find tips, tricks, and tutorials for the platform here!

Android Tutorials Stories April 11

How to turn off notification dots on Android

With Android Oreo, Google introduced notifications dots, allowing users to see a small marking above individual app icons if it has a corresponding notification. But unlike with other operating systems, it doesn’t show a tally of notifications. If this makes notification dots less useful, there are two ways to quickly disable the feature…

Android Tutorials Stories April 10

How to hide sensitive notifications from your Android lockscreen

Sometimes you don’t want your text messages and emails showing up in its entirety on your lockscreen for anyone to see. Thankfully, Android allows you to hide sensitive notifications until you’ve unlocked your handset. Here’s how…

Android Tutorials Stories April 8

How to spoof your Android phone’s location to get around media blackouts

Unfortunately, due to contracts made between sporting events, award shows, and other televised events with TV networks, sometimes you can’t watch something just because in a blacked-out market. Thankfully, it’s pretty easy to spoof your location to get around these.

Android Tutorials Stories March 29

How to delete your Google Chrome browser history on Android and desktop

Whether you visited a website by accident or just don’t want your browser history saved, you can quickly delete it right from your Android phone or on your desktop computer. Here’s how to remove your Chrome browser history…

Android Tutorials Stories March 26

How to stream directly to Twitch live from your Android phone

Weirdly enough, there’s no way to livestream your Android device’s screen directly from the Twitch app. While there’s a way to stream your front or rear camera, you’ll need to download a third-party app to share your gameplay and commentary to your Twitch fans. Here’s how it all works…

Add the Pixel 2’s Active Edge squeeze function to your Android phone with ‘SideSqueeze’

With the introduction of the Pixel 2 and 2 XL, Google showed off a squeezable input method called Active Edge. Just like a feature first introduced by HTC, by squeezing the two sides of the phone, you can trigger an action. By installing the ‘SideSqueeze’ app, you can bring this functionality to almost any Android phone…

Powered by WordPress.com VIP