How to Record a Phone Call on Android – By Cameron Summerson How-To Geek
There may or may not come a time in your life when you need to record a phone call. While we won’t get into specific reasons as to why you may want to do this, we will say this: it’s super easy. Let’s do this.
What Are Google Camera Mods for Android, and How Do You Install Them? – By Kabir Jain How-To Geek
Google Camera, or GCam, is renowned for its outstanding image processing and computational photography capabilities. While it comes pre-installed on Google Pixel devices, the exciting part is that it’s accessible on a wide range of Android smartphones. This guide will walk you through choosing the correct GCam version and installing it step-by-step.
Google Drive redesigns the document scanner on Android – By Abner Li 9to5Google
In addition to a new homepage and other UI tweaks, Google Drive on Android is rolling out a big redesign of the document scanner interface with more features.
Google Photos will now stack your similar shots together with this handy new grouping feature – By Rajesh Pandey Android Police
Google Photos’ new feature, photo stacks, groups similar shots together to keep your library organized and free of clutter.
The Best Android Camera Phones for 2021: Take the Best Pics – By Max Buondonno How-To Geek
Looking to up your photo game? A new, camera-focused smartphone will do wonders for your social media pictures. These are the best Android camera phones that will make sunsets sparkle, food look irresistible, and nighttime landscapes dazzle—no matter your budget!
How to Record Audio on an Android Phone – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
To record external audio, open the Voice Recorder app and tap the Record button. To record internal audio, open the Screen Recorder feature, choose “Media Sounds” in Sound Settings, and tap “Start Recording.” To save your screen recording as an audio file, download a third-party audio conversion app.
How to Turn Off an Android Phone – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
Turn off a Samsung Galaxy by pressing and holding the Power button. Tap “Power Off.” Turn off a Google Pixel by holding and pressing the Power+Volume Up buttons or the Power button. Tap “Power Off.” You can also use on-screen buttons to turn off your Android phone.
Everything You Need to Know About Printing From Your Android Phone or Tablet – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
If you’re an Android newcomer, printing probably seems like a no brainer: click a menu, tap a command. But if you’re a longtime Android user, you probably remember how printing from your mobile got its start. The good news is it’s easier than ever to print from your Android device.
Smartphone cameras have come a long way since the early days. You can take pretty good photos in low light now, but what about the ultimate low-light condition—space? Astrophotography is possible if you know a few tricks.
What Are Android Security Updates, and Why Are They Important? – BY How-to Geek
Updates are a frequent topic when it comes to the Android operating system. There are actually different types of Android updates, one of which is a “Security Update.” What’s different about these updates, and why are they so important?
How to turn on flash notifications on Android 14 (nd why you should) – By Artie Beaty ZDNet
Google unveiled the latest version of its Android operating system last week, and there’s a lot to like about Android 14, including an AI wallpaper generator, upgraded passkey support, lockscreen customization, and more. But buried deep in the notification settings, there’s a pretty useful feature hiding — flash notifications.
Gboard removes ‘Keyboard height’ setting for ‘Resize’ – By Abner Li 9to5Google
After introducing “Resize” in recent weeks as a more visual way to customize appearance, Gboard has removed the old “Keyboard height” setting.
How to Check Your Voicemail on Android – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
– call voicemail on Android, open the Phone app, press the “1” key and hold it down. You can also read your messages by using your carrier’s Visual Voicemail app or a third-party app.
How to Set Up Multiple User Profiles on Android – By Cameron Summerson How-To Geek
If you share an Android device with other people, it can be rough to keep your account separate from theirs. Fortunately, Android supports multiple user profiles, allowing users to share devices without fear of encroaching on each other.
How to Factory Reset an Android Phone or Tablet – By How-To Geek How-To Geek
You can factory reset Android by going to Settings > System > Reset Options > Factory Reset. You can also factory reset an Android phone if it won’t boot, if it’s locked, or remotely reset a lost Android phone.