Tip & How-To about Google Android
Android is a great mobile operating system for the modern
smartphone, but it can feel a bit confusing and complex to the newcomer.
These tips are primarily for version 2.1 of Android, which
is by far the most common OS out there today - but many of the above recommendations
will also work on older types and newer boutique and skinned by some hardware
1. Activate the Power Strip Android - The main feature is
the built-in Android 2.1 widget socket. Here, you are able to quickly turn off
all features battery destroying the phone, such as Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS
hitter is major killer. Long press on the screen and install it using the
category of widgets.
2. Android call monitoring - If you are a screener called
paranoid, Android is for you. Open the contact list of the person who is
currently avoid, then select Options> Menu. From here, you will be able to
forward all incoming calls directly to voicemail ping this person. Give people
the brush off with Android.
3. Set custom ringtones - Alternatively, if you want to talk
to people, the same screen you can assign a specific custom ringtone for each
caller saved in the Contacts folder.
4. How to add your alarm clock to your task killer - a
classic mistake,. We constantly hear from the important (controversial) to use
a task manager for the Android to maximize battery life, and if you want to go
that route you're welcome. However, when the death of all your tasks in order
to conserve battery power, remember that your alarm has a task - to kill him
and you will wake in a panic at 10:15 tomorrow morning.
5. You can organize things into folders - While Steve Jobs
may have recently made a very big deal about allowing users iOS organize things
into folder's Android done for ages. Fancy a quick shortcut to the Home screen
starred favorite contacts? Time to press the home screen and make it so.
6. How to rename Android folders - And if you've done,
things to adjust to perfection is possible folders. Just open the folder, then
the pressure on the long name on the top bar to rename the field of Top Secret.
7. Check the date - possibly one of the smallest
undocumented features is the date that the ease of control. Press the
notification bar at the top left corner of the screen.
8. Confirm/Mount your SD card - also accessible from the
message field is the "Mount" option. Many a rookie Android failed
this obstacle, such as installing phone SD card is a difficult step to be taken
before it will appear as an external drive to copy data. Plug it in; mount it, and
9. Adjust your keyboard shortcuts to launch - One of the
reasons why many people still love its QWERTY keyboard is the inclusion of the
old shortcuts for Google Android reliable. The phone has a fully customizable
set of hotkeys launcher app, which can be found in Settings> Applications
10. Set your double-tap zoom level - on phones that do not
support multi-touch zoom, you have more control over your web browsing through
the zoom setting of the browser page. Change your eye on 'Close' if you fly
straight into the extreme close-up when you double tap the screen, or leave
"Far" if you are satisfied with only the text of cultures in a little
closer to its dual tap.
11. You can add a navigation shortcut to Android - Android
2.1 allows users to create shortcuts to local navigation Maps app. While you
are one of the most recent updates of Google Maps, you can select your shipping
routes and instantly add a link on the home screen - creating a launcher for a
person to their favorite trips.
12. Change font size for Android browser - the same menu
you'll also be able to select your source Web browser. The ideal depends on
your personal screen resolution, size and vision, but a few minutes to get it,
so that the pages are instantly readable, many hours of cumulative size to
store in the coming years.
13. Practice your robot voice for voice command feature - Android 2.1 has voice input for each text
field. That's good, but the delay for the "processing" - and field
results, often to the left - the average is usually faster to just bite the
bullet and the kind of thing. Do not forget to "point" to say to tell
you to insert a comma. Full Stop.
14. Keep the screen on when you charge the phone - it is
often useful to keep the screen all the time, especially if you tend on the
phone at night to load an application and your phone fantasy in a beautiful
1980 clock radio. Go to Settings> Development> Applications screen and
say to stay during charging. Just do not tell your friend's environmentalist
you burn energy like this.
15. Built-in Task Killer to make your Android fast - Android
has its own little job killer, but it is very, very well hidden. Manually close
applications, go to Settings> Applications> Manage menu then - and filter
the results by running applications. If you can be bothered with all this, you
will be able to close all the power running.
16. Removes heavy Android apps - If you are short of memory
space, applications are classified by size - large and discarded to make room.
Go to Settings> Applications> Manage Applications and press Menu to
filter them by memory.
17. Install a file manager to your Android - The lack of a
good way to manage files on Android 2.1 is very strange. Sure, you can send
photos and music from their applications, but you'll be a lot of file managers available
on Android Market need for mass delete things PC in comfort, style.
18. You can also bypass Android slide unlock - You do not
have to slide the screen to lock your phone out of standby. A double press the
menu button on your phone also wake him up, provided that the manufacturer does
not have this feature removed from his skin.
Posted by Rakesh... on
May 06, 2011 | HTC F3188 Smartphone
Jan 01, 2011 | RIM BlackBerry Storm 9530 Smartphone
Apr 04, 2010 | Google Android
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