"The application has been stopped" is one of the most common errors that we can see on the screen of our device. How to deal with such an error?
You have a new smartphone with Android or tablet and you have no clue how to properly set it up? Don’t panic, we present the 7 steps that will help you with this. To freely and safely use the Android system you should change a few settings and install a few applications. These 7 steps describe the most important elements of setting up the new device with Android.
Android (like any other operating system) has some pros and cons. Many of the drawbacks applies to trivial features that at first do not seem important. At least until they start causing problems. Therefore, here is the list of the most popular Android defects, with the ways to solve them.
Sometimes when you use the Google Play store it may happen that you have to deal with some problems and erros. In the following article we will show you how to quickly and effectively solve the most common errors in Google Play App.
The UDID (Unique Data Item Description) it is an unique device number assigned to every iOS device such as iPhone, iPod, iPad. The UDID is 40-character long and it is made up of both numbers and letters.
While browsing the Internet on your device you may have come across a grey field with informationa "this plugin is not supported". In most cases it is about the lack of Flash Player plugin. The Adobe company which is responsible for this plugin, stopped updating it ever since Android 4.0. It doesn't mean that you cannot install it. Here's the instruction on how to do it.
We all know that Google Play is the default app in any Android device. It has most of the apps you need. But what if you suddenly need something else which you cannot find in the Google Play.
If you think some applications take too much of your RAM storage ot you just have too many junk files, your device may just need a little bit of cleaning and boosting up. In order to do that you should follow the steps from this article.