It's easy to change language on Android. All it takes is a few taps, and you can use your Android smartphone or tablet in any language you want. This tutorial illustrates how to change language on your Android phone from English to Spanish. However, the steps are the same for translating the interface into almost any language you want, including Chinese, Japanese, German, Arabic, or Hindu. If your phone is in a language you don't understand, we detail the icons next to every setting to provide the clues you need. Let's get started:
By default, the Android operating system saves all your screenshots using the PNG file format. But what if you want to change the screenshot format from PNG to JPG? Or what if your phone's manufacturer changed this default behavior and your new Android device stores screenshots as JPG files? You may then want to change the screenshot format from JPG to PNG. This tutorial shows how to switch the screenshot format on your Android smartphone or tablet, regardless of whether you want JPG or PNG for your images:
Did you link your Android smartphone or your iPhone with your Windows 10 PC? You don't find the Your Phone app from Windows 10 useful? Maybe it crashes a lot, and you want to remove your phone and disconnect it from your computer? It doesn't matter what phone you use (Android or iPhone), the process for disconnecting it from Windows 10 is the same. Here's how it works:
As implied by their name, the Android Quick Settings provide fast access to different features on your smartphone or tablet. Instead of wasting time digging through settings and menus, you can use the switches in the Quick Settings menu to toggle features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or the Flashlight on your Android device. And there are so many Android Quick Settings available that you rarely have to open the Settings app these days.
Showing the battery percentage on Android, in addition to the default icon, is essential if you want to keep a close eye on your device's battery life. If you, like us, depend on your smartphone or tablet to get through the day, turn on battery percentage to check exactly how much battery is left whenever you use your device. Luckily, the steps involved to always display the remaining battery life are not complicated. This tutorial illustrates how to turn on battery percentage on your Android smartphone or tablet:
Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G is a luxury device aimed at people who want the latest innovation in the world of phablets. The premium price tag and colossal size didn't stop it from being preordered by many people online, so much so that Samsung bragged about its preordered performance in select markets, such as the UK. If you want to know what Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G can do, why its cost is so high, and whether it is the right choice for you, read this detailed review:
There may come a time when you have a change of heart and decide to unblock a number on your Android. Maybe you overreacted, or you simply miss the person and want to give them a second chance. No matter the reason, it's not hard to unblock a number on your Android smartphone, if you decide to get back in touch with someone you've blocked in the past. This tutorial illustrates how to unblock a number on Android to start receiving calls and messages from it again:
The PUK code or Personal Unlocking Key is a security feature of all the modern SIM cards used in our smartphones, tablets, and other mobile devices. If you insert the wrong PIN code three times, your SIM card is locked, and you need its PUK code to unlock it. The PUK code is unique to each SIM card, and entering it incorrectly too many times (usually ten) can get your SIM disabled, so it's important to use the correct one. This tutorial illustrates how to get the PUK code of your SIM card and resume using your mobile device:
Adding a new contact on WhatsApp is not something you often do, since all the contacts saved on your Android smartphone are automatically available in the popular chat app. However, there are times when you want to use WhatsApp to reach out to someone whose contact is not in your smartphone. This tutorial illustrates how to add a contact on WhatsApp four different ways:
Every time you receive a notification from an Android app, you see the name and icon of the app and a preview of its contents. When it comes to messages, you also see who sent you the message, and at least part of it can be read and understood with ease. For example, you see the name of the people sending you messages on WhatsApp, Messenger, Messages, and other apps, as well as a preview of their content. Some of that content may be important for your privacy, and you might not want people around you to see it.