It is easy to enable Developer options and USB debugging on Android phone or tablet. It can be done within a minute. In this post I’m going to explain step by step guided process how you can do it. If you are an Android developer or looking forward to root your phone and use some ADB (Android Debugging Bridge) commands, you need to have USB debugging enabled in your phone or tablet. The Developer options has plenty useful tools and services that you can use. Even, you need them if you want to apply some mods on your phone. [Read more…]
Recently my broadband stopped working and I needed to get internet in my desktop to continue. I have unlimited 4G internet plan in my phone with tether (internet sharing) enabled. Android supports WiFi Hotspot functionality and can share internet via WiFi, even there are plenty of apps in Play Store. I have a strange problem with my PC’s motherboard that it doesn’t work well with any kind of USB WiFi dongles. Only way to get internet in my PC was, using a cable.
Android M is the next version of Android after Android L (5.0 Lollipop) released last year. Google just announced this new version of Android today at Google I/O 2015 with other updates like Google Maps Offline. And, the developer preview versions for Nexus 6, Nexus 5, Nexus 9 and Nexus Player are already available to download. The codename yet to be revealed. Find out what is new in Android M, download link and flashing instructions below. [Read more…]
Google I/O 2015 developer conference is just few days away. They released the Google I/O 2015 app for Android on Play Store. Available to download on any devices running Android version 4.0 or above. A great companion app if you are attending the conference in-person. However if you can’t attend physically, you can watch live sessions, remotely login and take part with this full featured app. But, if you are attending in-person and using the app, you will get some extra things. The app will work with different screen sizes and shapes.