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Adoptable Storage is a feature in Android Marshmallow that replaces your internal storage with an sdcard. The question is, why would you want to do that?
Keep your hands on the wheel! Thanks to the new Google Now Answering Machine feature, your Android can read your texts to you - and let you reply, too!
Connected devices and the Internet of Things are the future of Bluetooth. Here's how all that will apply to you.
A new feature is starting to cause headaches for people buying used Android phones: Factory Reset Protection. What is it and what can you do about it?
There's an Android Google Chrome Exploit out there, here's what you need to know about it.
The next version of Qualcomm's charging standard - Quick Charge 3.0 - has been announced. Here's what you need to know about it.
There are lots of reasons why you'd want to minimize your cellular use. Here are 5 data-saving methods to help keep your cellular data usage to a minimum?
Google is upgrading Google Wallet and replacing its NFC payment abilities with a new system: Android Pay. Does it restrict too much in the name of security?
What are the difference between the SoCs in the Snapdragon 6xx family & should you get a 6xx instead of a Snapdragon 8xx in your next phone? Let's find out!
Google killed Gallery for its new cloud-backed Photos app and a lot of people hate it. To fill the gap respected developer Francisco Franco released Focus.
According to the latest report, Android malware isn't a problem - and it never has been either.
Android's build.prop file is a treasure trove of settings that may help your device run more to your liking. Here are my favorite build.prop tweaks.
For an increasing number of us Power Users, "stock plus root" is the way to go. Here's why I went with a Nexus 6 root, but kept the stock ROM.
Some things that used to require you to root your Android are built-in features now. Here are a few that still need root access, that probably shouldn't.
Your battery is never going to give you as much runtime as you'd like, but your battery stats should show you your Android OS battery usage, shouldn't it?
Most Android-powered devices provide the opportunity to simply "sideload" an APK directly to the device - no app store needed. But just how safe is sideloading?
There are many reasons why you'd want to root your phone, but an LG G Watch root via a custom ROM? Yup. And it's awesome!
Today we're diving into the types of displays under the glass, pros and cons of both types, and what you'll want in your next smartphone screen.
Root lets us do some great things, it also allows malicious code to run unchecked. To counter, the next versions of Android will have more Root headaches.
The faster a CPU is, the quicker you can get things done, but fast is a relative term. To find out what it really means we need to learn all about the CPU.
If you're interested in the hardware that powers your devices, you're probably lost in sea of numbers. Let us help out. Introducing Pocketnow Power User.
When you need to access the Internet away from home you could connect through your smartphone. But which tethering methods are available and which is best?
With more that a few OEMs toying with the idea of dual-booting, here's what you need to know: what is it, & what are the pros and cons?