Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 is an amazing big screen tablet from Samsung. Along with a large 2560×1600 resolution display it is stuffed with 3 GB RAM, 8-core processor, 32 GB internal storage along with a microSD slot. The tablet is fast and responsive but comes with a lot of bloat-ware. You can not remove them or uninstall them if your tablet is not rooted. I am using this tablet from last year with stock Android 4.4.2 (KitKat) that was shipped with the tab. I felt the device is not using all the resources and not delivering enough performance as it is capable of. I even wrote a small post on How-to make Samsung Galaxy Tab PRO 12.2 Fast. On top of that Samsung hasn’t updated the firmware to Lollipop yet and Android M preview version is knocking at the door. Using a custom or AOSP ROM provides better performance in most of the case and lets you upgrade your firmware to the latest version. Hence, I decided to root my Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 and use a custom Android 5.0.2 (Lollipop) ROM. I did it successfully without any problem, I’m sharing my experience on how I did it. [Read more…]
If you are using a Samsung NX series camera and using an NX mount lens, you can update your firmware to a newest version for better stability and various improvements. Samsung releases these firmware updates in their websites.
Instagram is a very popular picture sharing site. You can like the pictures and comment on them but the official client does not allow downloading them. There are few ways to download pictures from Instagram using third-party websites, services and apps.
In this article I’m writing on how to download Instagram pictures on Android devices and PC. This guide is good for your account backup too. [Read more…]
Emails are important to us in our everyday life. There are plenty different email providers, i.e.: Gmail, Yahoo Mail, Outlook and more. They have their own email app for different platforms. You can use only 1 Android email app to manage all your email accounts, even if the accounts are from different companies. Saves you from installing an app from each of your email providers.
We all know about thumbnails of images. They are thumb size preview of a picture. Basically, images or pictures are files and all file has their own icons. In most of the computers image thumbnails are displayed automatically instead of icons. Users don’t have to face any difficulties.
Sometimes for some settings change by mistake you can lose thumbnail preview of your images. Instead, they might show similar looking image icons. Disabling the thumbnail preview gives you some sort of security over the prying eyes. [Read more…]