How to get Android N Features

Most of us are aware of Android N’s current “Beta” stage. Android N happens to bear a lot of new and cool features current Android M and lower users don’t have access to yet. Good news for those of us Rooted on Lollipop and above, you can actually artificially acquire some of Android N’s features, […] Continue reading →

How to customize your Android power menu

The best thing about Android is the ability to customize every little detail to make those quality of life changes. The tweak we’ll be discussing about today will be making a visual modification to your compatible device’s power menu. What exactly is a power menu? When you hold down the power button, you should be […] Continue reading →

How to use Google Cardboard

As VR (Virtual Reality) slowly becomes more mainstream, as evidently seen in Samsung’s VR launch taken place at MWC 2016, the demand for the Virtual Reality is ever increasing, and premium made VR Headsets such as the Oculus Rift and Samsung’s Gear VR can cost a fortune, which is why Google’s Cardboard is a cheap […] Continue reading →