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How To Remove Android Malware From Your Smartphone


remove android malware


Is your Android device suddenly slow, using too much data, or showing corrupted data? You could have downloaded an infected app that came along with malware — or the much more obvious ransomware. 


Suspect apps (often promising free work software, cheat codes, new games, porn, or money) are an increasingly common method of getting viruses onto your mobile devices, where they wreak havoc and steal data.

How To Fix iOS 11 “Cannot Connect To App Store” Error On iPhone Or iPad



Here’s how to fix in iOS 11 Cannot connect to App Store error issue on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.



Apple’s iOS 11 platform is progressing very nicely. So much so that it feels as though it’s ready for a Golden Master seed to be released in the coming days or weeks.


How To Fix iOS 11 “Cannot Connect To App Store” Error On iPhone Or iPad


With that said, as good as iOS 11 is and feels, it still has a number of niggles, such as the annoying “Cannot connect to App Store” error message being presented when the App Store launches. 

How to use WiFi calling iPhone


There's a somewhat hidden feature in iOS called WiFi Calling, which lets you use WiFi to make and receive calls and text messages instead of relying on your carrier's cellular network.

WiFi Calling is great when your iPhone is out of reach of your carrier's cell signal at home or at your workplace where you have access to WiFi, and it'll even work when you're connected to public hotspots, like at coffee shops.

how to download Android 8.0 Oreo for smartphone users right now

download Android 8.0


Now that Google has unveiled the official name of Android O, which is Android 8.0 Oreo, you might be thinking how and when you can get your hands on the new OS version. 

How to Recover lost data on Android Smartphones and Tablets

How to easily recover deleted files from your Android smartphones and tablets and also from your MicroSD cards


Our hearts skip a beat when we delete files from a phone by a mistake. And it’s even more disheartening when we don’t know how to recover the files lost. In such a scenario, what do you do when the file you happen to delete is very crucial? Our mobile phones today store so much of important and personal data that losing it might be like losing a part of memory for our life. we get to store music, pictures, contacts, messages, applications and even a personal diary! But when we lose data due to silly errors, it’s quite frustrating, believe me; I know these things can get tough. But, don’t worry, just the way every problem has a solution, every deleted file can be recovered! The thing is, you should know how to do it, and the right kind of tools to use and the type of recovery, whether it’s for internal memory or for the external SD card. In our case, the great thing is that the type of toolkit that we are about to use has the ability to restore lost data from both internal and external sources of memory! How cool is that? So let’s get started on the process of how to recover deleted files on Android.

How to bring Harry Potter magic to your Facebook account

Quickly, Potterheads, to Facebook!


Wanna feel old? The first Harry Potter book was released 20 years ago today. Don't let that bum you out, though. In celebration of this anniversary, Facebook has turned a few of your favorite words into spells you and your friends can activate on both the app and the website.

Here's how it works!

Casting a Harry Potter spell on Facebook



Harry Potter spell on Facebook

How to root the OnePlus 2 (official guide)

OnePlus 2

you have been playing around with your OnePlus 2 and feel like it is time to take that next step?


Rooting is the ultimate way to unlock your Android phone has the full functionality. The only problem is that it risks and the Internet is a wild place, but OnePlus is progressing - with a very bold move.


You would normally need to browse, forums and websites to find tutorials. And although some of the producers have become more crafts-friendly, OnePlus is everything, and release a video tutorial to root your smartphone. It is also worth noting that this method works for all OnePlus handset so that no customer is left behind here.

Interested? The video lasts a little more than 8 minutes and many parts are accelerated, so that you have a good piece from their agenda to go through the whole process without interruptions. You also need some software by OnePlus, as well. Is this not a refreshing way to do this?




What to download:

Nevertheless, you should be careful when. Roots and tinkering with your phone can damage the device and/or void your warranty. Make sure that all the steps to the T-piece and do your research on everything. You do not want to be surprised when it comes to these kinds of things.

While we are on the subject, why do you not also to the "Comments" section and tell us how you have the manufacturer? Do you think other should follow and give us official tutorials for the rooting of Smartphones and Tablets?

source: androidauthority

How to use search like a pro: 10 tips and tricks for Google and beyond

How to use search like a pro
not found what you are looking for? These tips in a search pro. Photo: Chris ison/PA-

search engines are pretty good to find what you are looking for in these days but sometimes still up briefly. For the opportunities that there are a few little known tricks that come in handy.


Here are some tips for better googling (as it is the most popular search engine), but many of them work on other search engines.

1. Exact phrase


Exact phrase
Exact Search Photo: Samuel Gibbs for The Guardian is


the simplest and most effective way of searching for something specific is the use of quotation marks around a phrase or name to search, it is precisely these words in this exact order.

For example, to search for Joe Bloggs shows results with both Joe and so, but not necessarily placed one after the other. Search for "John Doe" the surface only those who are especially with the name Max Mustermann somewhere on the side.

The exact or explicit phrase search is very useful for exclusive widespread, but less relevant results.

2. Exclude terms


Exclude terms
“Joe Bloggs” -jeans Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian

If the Exact Phrase will not get what you need, you can specifically to certain words about the minus icon.

A search for "John Doe" Jeans find results for Max Mustermann, but it closes these results for the Joe Bloggs Jeans Brand.

3. Either OR


Either OR
Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian

OR search for things that could be one thing or another, but you don’t need both terms to exist on a single page. 
Default text searches find results with all the words of the query. By using the OR term you can search for one or another term, not just all the terms. OR searches can be useful for finding things that you’re not sure which term will be used from a known list.

4. Synonym search

Searching using synonyms helps cover all bases. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
Sometimes it’s useful to search for a less specific term. If you’re not sure which term will be used you can use synonym search.
Searching for plumbing ~university will bring up results for plumbing from colleges as well as universities, for example.

5. Search within a site

Use Google to search a particular site. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
The search engines of most websites are poor. You can search using Googleinstead by using the site or domain limiter.
Searching with site:theguardian.com followed by a search term, will find results from only theguardian.com. Combining with explicit search terms makes it even more powerful.

6. The power of the asterisk

Asterisks work as wildcards within search either to replace a word or letters. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
Like the blank tile in Scrabble, the asterisk works as a wild card within searches. It can be used in place of a missing word or part of a word, which is useful for completing phrases, but also when you’re trying to search for a less definite article.
A search for architect* will search for architect, but also architectural, architecture, architected, architecting and any other word which starts with architect.

7. Searching between two values

British prime minister 1920.. 1950 Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
Searching for something with a qualifier between two ranges is a good way of answering questions. For instance, if you’re looking for the who were the British prime ministers between 1920 and 1950 a search using british prime minister 1920.. 1950 will bring up results with dates ranging between 1920 and 1950.
That’s your search term followed by two full stops and a space.

8. Search for word in the body, title or URL of a page

intitle: search Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
Sometimes you only want to find text either within the URL, body or title of a page. Using the qualifier inurl: will search just within the url. The qualifierintext: will search within the body, while intitle: will search only within a page title.
For example, intitle:review will bring up all the articles with “review” in the page title.

9. Search for related sites

Related search. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
The related qualifier is useful for finding similar sites. Searching forrelated:theguardian.com for instance, will bring up the websites of other news organisations that Google deems the most similar to the Guardian.

10. Combine them


Combine the terms and modifiers for powerful searches. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian
All these search tools can be combined to narrow down or expand searches. While some of them may be used only rarely, some such as explicit phrase searches are useful in almost all cases.
As Google and other search engines improve their understanding of the way people naturally type or say search queries, these power tools will likely become less and less useful – at least that’s the goal that search engines are working towards – but that’s certainly not the case at the moment.
source: theguardian

How to use your Android smartphone as remote mouse and keyboard for your PC

connect your PC/laptop with your Android Smartphone/tablet


here is how you can connect your PC/laptop with your Android Smartphone/tablet with it either as a keyboard or mouse.


Android OS has the entire domain use of mobile phones in a short period of time. Since it is always fun to do great things with your smartphone, we are presenting a new way to use your Android Smartphone/Tablet. This is like a keyboard or mouse for your PC.

Before we start, you need to know this "This process only works with Intel-based PCs". Now all you have to Android remote keyboard app and software.

How to set up Intel Remote Keyboard


  1. Download Intel Remote Keyboard on your Android device or tablet.
  2. Download and install the Intel Remote Keyboard host on your Windows PC. You will need to choose x86 or x64 depending on their windows. If you are not sure what you are, there are four simple ways to know if you are on a 64-bit version of Windows.
  3. (Important: Make Sure Your Android and Windows devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.)
  4. on your Android phone, tap the Windows device name.
  5. Your Windows PC will now show a large QR code. Scan only with your Android smartphone's camera (according to the instructions on the screen and the two devices together.
  6. You'r all set!


What you can do:


Intel keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard

the app is basically a virtual trackpad and keyboard for your computer. You can use it in portrait or landscape format.

In portrait mode, your screen is divided into the area of trackpad on the top and the keyboard at the bottom. Intel's keyboard looks much like any Android keyboard, but it also has a windows key, an ESC key and the four arrow keys.


remote keyboard

Stuff which should have been there:

there could be some advanced controls to optimize the system. First of all, there is no continuous scrolling" , which means that they must touch scroll button repeatedly to scroll up to a large distance. Secondly: there is no "Direct Volume Control" , because it is always cheaper, adjust the volume using a special key as for the use of the mouse. We expect that these features will be included in the next update.

source; techworm

How to Fix smartphone internal speaker problems: 5 Simple Hacks

smartphones increases in those days and at the same time problems with the device are still the same. Users always complain about your smartphone topics such as overheating, network errors, download questions, problems with camera, crash the app, and much more.

However, it is one of the most common questions into the smartphone is that there is no sound in the phone speaker. Well, this could be the problem with the volume or the speaker is not working.

Today we came with a list of common problems for all smartphones including Samsung, Nokia, LG, Apple, MICR Omax, Xiaomi etc can give Problem No sound from the speaker. Take a look at below to learn more.

Smartphone speaker problem and solution


volume Setting


android volume Setting

there could be a problem with the volume. First, verify that the mobile phone is silent or vibration mode and change the mode, if necessary.

Face call


Face call

initiate a call to your friend or your network operator's customer service, like free outgoing and verify the volume level. Increase the call volume, if necessary.

Hardware problem


Hardware problem

if the sound problem still occurs, then check the speaker and microphone. If any of them is damaged, take your phone to authorized mobile repair center to replace the damaged speaker.


Software Update


Software Update

the problem occurs under certain conditions, then check to see if the software or operating system update and upgrade to the latest version.

Functionality test

Functionality test,

there are a number of hidden codes to do functionality testing by dialing code in the Keyboard Viewer. Dial *#0*#, to check if there is a hardware problem.

source: gizbot.com

how to speed up an android phone? (lag causes and how to fix them)

Presence of a malware or virus

Delays are some of the general and eternal questions plaguing Android devices. This occasional slow performances, App freezes, and delays in the Touch Response issued by your device will reduce the overall productivity. We will take a look at the five reasons why it works, and enter your own take on solutions to solve.

Too many applications running, Hog your memory


Too many applications running, Hog your memory

is it possible that there are too many applications running in the background, which consumes a lot of memory. This can really believed that if you have many applications installed and your phone is equipped with low-end-specs. It is also possible that your smartphone is slowed down after one or two days of operation without turning your device.

Solution: apps running in the background. In order to prevent them from running behind the scenes, go to Settings > Apps then swipe two times to run and select an app. From each app's menu allows you to force close or exit the application from running to free up space. If you do not want to try that and crash your app permanently in the process, you can choose to restart your phone.

If this does not work, try a few apps that can freeze (Titanium Backup Pro) or the sleep state (Greenify) other memory hogging apps to permanently rid your RAM. You can also examine alternative apps to replace the feature-filled heavy weights. Some have already been introduced to diluted versions (such as Facebook lite), and there are some that offer alternatives to official apps.

Low internal memory

Low internal memory

if you would like to install many apps or addicted to social media and you have little space, the dreaded "memory low" registration, may be on your notifications a few times. From this point on, several of your smartphone is essential functions such as e-mail have been disabled until you are able to maximize your free space.

Solution: Clear cache of applications. The biggest culprit of low internal memory is the extended use of applications that too much storage cache like Facebook and Instagram. , to delete it, go to Settings > Applications, click on the application from the list of downloaded applications and select "Delete Cache". As our recommendation mentions, you also receive a more efficient applications that are available on the market to reduce the storage footprint.

If this is not enough, you can use the applications on your microSD card, if your phone supports it. At the same place, you can use the application data on your card. You can Utility Apps such as App2SD to move,. Some preinstalled applications on their devices may not have this feature and you can see that the option is grayed out.

Outdated software


Outdated software

a likely cause of delay is outdated software. This happens when the system itself suffers from bugs and glitches, or in some cases, comes from side loaded applications in our devices. Since this side loaded apps are not downloaded from Google save game, you looped through from the future update cycles, makes them susceptible to error messages.

Solution: Update your system and/or application to the latest version. New updates, other than introducing new features, can often provide bug fixes and improvements to the software plaguing questions.


Games for long hours


Games for long hours

playing graphics-intensive games on our smartphones uses the maximum processing of the phone hardware, and that is the reason why our phones heat much. This also leads to that of moderate to severe was especially after the game.

Solution: rest of your device for a few minutes to play to cool. If it still lags to start the phone automatically free up RAM memory.


Presence of a malware or virus


Presence of a malware or virus

have you ever had any slowdowns, even if you use your phone to correct? You might have been a victim of malware or virus plaguing Android devices that enables you to turn your phone off when you ae click suspicious links in web pages or mobile advertising.

Solution: Scan your device to remove possible anomalies. With a mobile scanner app as AVG or CM. You can search for files on your system and eradication in the process.

Note that this only five typical causes of lag on your Android smartphone, there are other factors that may have an impact on the performance of your smartphone is not included in this manual. So if you already have experience was on your device, and you were able to identify what is causing and finally resolved, please let us know in the Comments field below.

source: yugatech.com