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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…

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How To Change Mac Address On Android 

Every device Win, iOS or Android  has a  unique hardware address to identify it uniquely from other devices in a network.  It’s called MAC address of device.  In Android smart phones, MAC address is used by various Android apps to restrict the dual account of…

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How to check saved Wifi passwords on your Android 

Now many people love working from cafes, especially the ones with free Wi-Fi. Nothing better than working with a bit of white noise around and writing with a hot cup of coffee by my side. That’s the reason I have saved Wi-Fi passwords of many cafes in…

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How to add more ringtones to your Android phone 

If you want to change default android ringtones you need to do several thing’s we wrote below in this easy article. Having your own custom ringtone is the way to express your personality. Give the right permissions You’re going to need to dig into the…

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All Google Now voice commands 

You pick up your phone and say “OK Google”… and then what? Your phone is listening. The microphone icon is pulsing. What do you say to your phone? What can you say to it? Google Now’s voice function has become surprisingly robust over the years. Here’s…

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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…

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How to check Check if your phone support NFC 

NFC, or Near Field Communication, is a wireless radio communication technology, that allows users to use NFC tags that trigger a function on their smartphones when it is brought close enough (around 4 inches) to the tag. This technology is also used in Google’s Daydream platform…