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How to Turn off Autocorrect for Android

Autocorrect is one of those smartphone features people love to hate. As handy as it can be, it can also be a huge annoyance. We’ll show you how to turn it off for good on your Android device.

How to Hide Sensitive Notifications on Android

Your phone or tablet’s lock screen prevents people from getting into your device, but there’s still information that can be gleaned from notifications on the display itself. Thankfully, Android makes it easy to hide content o…

How to Set up Do Not Disturb on Google Pixel Phones

Android notifications can be annoying at times, but they don’t have to be. Enabling “Do Not Disturb” mode is one way to mute pesky notifications at times when you don’t need them. Here’s how to set it up on your Google Pixel….

The Best AirTag Alternative for Android

Apple AirTags offer an easy and cheap way to track tons of everyday objects. The only problem is they’re locked to Apple products. Android users have several options, but there’s one that stands above the rest….

What Is DeX, Samsung’s Desktop Mode?

The world of gadgets has seen many attempts to bridge the gap between computers and smartphones. Samsung DeX is one such solution. It’s a clever experience, and you may already have the tools to use it….

The 10 Greatest Versions of Android, Ranked

Android, first released in 2008, is still a relatively young operating system. However, with some years seeing multiple updates, there have been plenty of Android versions to look at. Some were better than others, so let’s ra…

How to Access Your Clipboard on Android

The ability to copy and paste is a basic and simple function of any Android smartphone or tablet. However, if you want to take it to the next level, take full advantage of the clipboard feature to find everything you’ve copie…

What Are Android Notification Channels?

Notifications have been a major part of Android since the beginning. They can be both a blessing and a curse, though. To help you fine-tune your experience, Android has a feature called “Notification Channels.” They make noti…

How to Change the Default Search Engine on Android

The combination of a smartphone or tablet and a search engine makes it easy to find just about anything at a moment’s notice. If you have an Android device, you may think that search engine has to be Google, but it doesn’t. H…

How to Reset Network Settings on Android

If you’re having trouble connecting to a Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth device on your Android smartphone or tablet, it might be time to reset your network settings. Doing so might remove any conflicts. To do that, you’ll need to…

How to Send Apps Between Android Devices

Smartphone apps and games are a big part of our lives, so it’s natural to want to spread the news when you find one that you particularly enjoy. Android makes it easy to share apps with other Android users….
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