Easy Tips to Use Android Phone

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Android is the most widely used operating system. Many people think that using Android is very difficult because there are a lot of features.

Android Smartphone

Hence, there are easy tips which are given below you can use to maximize your Android.

Putting contacts on home screen

It is very troublesome if we want to make a fast phone call but have to search on the contact in phone book list. So to make it simpler, you can put the important contact in your home screen by using widget to make shortcut.

Typing sound

Are you tired of using keyboard to type some twits for your twitter? You may use text voice feature to type your twits. Look at your keyboard. There is microphone icon beside space bar. Click the icon to start text voice.

Taking Screenshot

If you have Android ICS or up version, it is very easy to take screenshot. You just need to press power button simultaneously with volume button (-) to take what is on your smart phone’s screen and the screenshot will be automatically saved in your gallery.

Taking videos and pictures simultaneously

Sometimes we don’t to lose moment in our life and try to record it in the form of video or picture. But how about taking both? Can we? Just tap your screen when your Android is recording video and it will also take picture. It is very easy right? Remember that not all Android phones can do this.

Monitoring data

There is something missing if we use Android without internet connection. Some internet service providers just supply limited data access for their costumer so we need to monitor the data usage. In setting area, you can see data usage information. The Android user also could limit their data usage.

Connecting Android to other device

You can make use of cable data to connect your Android to other device for example laptop easily. When it is connected, there are three options, i.e. data connection, charging, or storage mode. Then select what you need.

Sharing mobile data connection

It is very interesting feature of Android. You may share you mobile data connection with your friends. Go to settings and then tap tethering and portable hotspot and then share it with or without cable data.

So you can see that using Android phone is not as difficult as people think cause it is designed to make our activity easier. So you had better to try to utilize those important features.

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