Today a quick and easy trick to speed up an Android phone.
Android phone users, myself among them, can notice that the performance of their phone gradually decreases during the months after the purchase. No matter how advanced the phone is, after a few months, opening apps and multitasking take a bit more time than before. There are several reasons for this to happen, the most obvious is an increased number of apps running in the background and consuming valuable resources.
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In today’s quick tutorial you will find out how to display a percentage sign on battery icon of your Android phone. This works in Android Marshmallow operating system, if you have different version of Android, you need to do some more research or look for some applications in Google Play.
Android phones display battery status in percentage but only when the phone is on charge. Many people prefer to see it all the time as this gives more information about the battery status than the bar icon.
Luckily we can very easily activate this option and there is no need to install any app to do so. Here’s how to do it.
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When you use your mobile phone, tablet or laptop with bright screen before going to bed, you may experience problems with falling asleep. The blue screen light looks similar to sun light and your brain ‘thinks’ that it’s the middle of the day. It keeps itself active preventing you to sleep.
One of the possible solutions is to use ‘Night Light’ or ‘Night Mode’ which is a ‘blue light filter’ making your display use warmer colours at night. It helps to reduce eye strain and can help you to sleep better.
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I have just bought a new Motorola Moto G5. Fantastic budget Android phone! One of the first things I wanted to do with it was to make a screenshot. Here is how to do it, it applies to Moto G5 but also other Motorola phones from G family.
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I recently got my first iPhone and wanted to transfer some audio mp3 files from my PC to it. It is not so easy as the interface is not very intuitive. I had to spend a couple of minutes figuring out how to do it. Here’s what I’ve learnt.
How to copy single mp3 file from PC to iPhone
First things first. In order to transfer files from your computer to iPhone, you need to install iTunes first (if you do not have it, grab it here). After you download and install it, you also need to connect your phone to your PC with a USB cable. You should see something like that:
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