How to Enable Developer Options in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean

Published on November 2, 2012

Google seems to have made a few changes in Android 4.2 regarding the Developer options / settings that you used to see in Settings for Android phones and tablets. When you buy the Nexus 4 or get an Android 4.2 software update on your Android phone / tablet, don’t freak out that you no longer […]

How to Enter Recovery Mode on Any Android Device

Published on September 13, 2012

Recovery mode in Android provides a number of additional actions that you can perform on an Android phone and tablets. You can manually install system updates, wipe data / factory reset or wipe cache partition. And if you have a custom recovery installed on your phone, you get more options to install custom ROMs, perform […]

Android Secret Dial Codes List

Published on September 2, 2012

The mobile OS we all love, Android, have a set of secret dialing codes that when entered in the phone dial app can trigger your phone to do a built-in function that is otherwise not really possible to access from the front-end i.e Settings. These codes have been in Android since the very first release […]

How to Enable USB Debugging in Android Phones

Published on June 25, 2012

USB debugging in Android allows you to connect your phone with the computer and use the Android SDK with it. You can take screenshots, take a log of your phone or even test live apps as you develop etc. The option for enabling or disabling USB debugging is available on every Android device, but is […]

How to Check Battery Percentage in Android Phones

Published on June 25, 2012

Battery is one major issue in almost every Android phone out there in the market. Ofcourse, some new high-end Android phones like the Samsung Galaxy Nexus or the Galaxy S III come with big batteries and have relatively better battery timings as compared to others. You might want to check our big guide on battery […]