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Looking for official Android tips and tricks? Google’s got you covered

July 27th, 2016 at 8:00 PM
Android Tips And Tricks

You might be well versed in the ways of the Android, but not everyone is, especially beginners who are just discovering Google’s mobile operating system. However, regardless of your level of expertise in Android matters, you can now find answers to some of your pressing questions by bookmarking a new Google resource, a Tips and Tricks section the company published on its Android site.

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Available at this link, the Tips and Tricks mini-site goes through a bunch of various troubleshooting categories.

A Featured section is the first one to load up, showing you solutions to common problems like accessing photos, changing the phone’s wallpaper, using voice to navigate the device, or using battery saving mode to extend battery life.

Aside from the featured section, there are seven other categories, each containing a few tips and tricks, including Privacy and Security, Voice, Camera and Photo, Battery, Customization, More Apps, and Settings.

The tips are presented using a card-like interface, with each card listing a particular problem, and the steps required to mitigate it. Clicking on Learn more inside the card brings up a pop-up window that contains the step-by-step information you need.

Most smartphone users are probably aware of many of these tips and tricks, but the site is still a resource worth remembering in case you can’t find a solution for your problem on your Android device. The best thing you could do with it is to forward it to your parents if they’re rocking Android devices. They might annoy you less with Android help requests after that.

Chris Smith started writing about gadgets as a hobby, and before he knew it he was sharing his views on tech stuff with readers around the world. Whenever he's not writing about gadgets he miserably fails to stay away from them, although he desperately tries. But that's not necessarily a bad thing.

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