Category Archives: Phones

Google Play Store Errors and Fixes

I’m collecting various errors of Google Play Store, and hope it can help someone. Read more »


How to Root Nexus 5

Last month my Nexus 4 encountered the dead of red light issue, and Google sent me an Nexus 5 as an replacement. The first thing for me is to root it and restore all backup from cloud. Here are the steps. Read more »


How to root Sony Xperia P (ICS)

Method for ICS build number 6.1.B.0.544 and 6.1.B.0.559 update:

Rooting via Flashtool:
1. Download Flashtool from Flashtool Homepage:
2. Install it on your PC
3. Run the Flashtool and connect your phone (enable USB debugging first/turn on unknown sources)
4. Hit the Root button (second in row)
5. When you see “waiting for restore to finish” open your phone and run Backup&Restore app and restore RootMe.tar file.
6. Wait until Flashtool do the rest of work
7. Enjoy!

Thanks neoxx3m at XDA:


Galaxy S4 original wallpaper

Mo7amed Samir Galaxy S4 wallpapers background

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How to Root Samsung Galaxy Ace II

  1. Download this
  2. Connect your phone to the PC with the USB cable and open it up in the file manager. (You can then also backup all your stuff.)
  3. Right click and choose extract here, then copy to “Phone” on the file manager. Leave your phone connected to the PC via USB up to step #8 Read more »

How To Tether Galaxy Note 2 as Portable WiFi Hotspot

Tethering Samsung Android smartphones not is a big issues. All Samsung Galaxy smartphones build in tethering feature that allows sharing the internet connection with other devices such as laptop , smartphone and Tablet. Tethering Samsung Android smartphones is very simple and you can turn On the type of the tethering and set the WEB encryption to your hotspot Wi-Fi. Read more »


How to Enable Multiple Users on your Jelly Bean Device

With JellyBean, you can share the phone with friends, but keep private data  because it support multiple user accounts. Here’s how: Read more »


How to Tether Galaxy S3 As A WiFi Hotspot

Galaxy S3 can share its internet connection with your laptop, which means you can connect your Galaxy S3 to the Internet in any location where your phone can get a data signal from your carrier. So, Tethering is one to one (you connect a phone to a laptop), and the laptop must have the right drivers to make it work.

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To set up tethering (Internet sharing) on your Galaxy S3 GT-i9300, follow these simple steps:
Step 1: Go To Galaxy S3 “Settings” ,then “More settings”.

Step 2: Now your are on the Wireless and Networks Menu. So,chose the “Tethering and portable hotspot”

Step 3: Enable “Portable Wi-Fi hotspot function”.

Step 4:Setup your network name- network SSID ( any) and network key to only you or authorized person for access- Password (any). The security on your Wi-Fi is provided by providing the password using the WPA2 PSK security.

Step 5:Click save.

Step 6: Open your PC or laptop Wi-Fi, then search your Galaxy s3 network SSID which you have setup, then enter the password. Now your PC or laptop can connect to internet.


Download Samsung Galaxy S3 I9300 Ringtones

The Samsung Galaxy S3 comes with, shall we say, an interesting of the ringtones. You can now download and set of these tones in any of the Android smartphones.

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Here is the 6 stock ringtones (ogg format) extract from galaxy s3: Read more »


How To Backup Galaxy S3- Apps, Games, VPN, Contacts, Messages and System Setting

Google’s Android operating system is an open-source platform that’s currently available on a wide variety of smartphones such as HTC, Samsung , Motorola,Sony and more. The Android platform is “open-source.” This means instead of just one company working on the code, an unlimited number of people are able to do so.  Android has its advantages — it’s highly customizable, for one — but it’s also somewhat geeky software that can seem intimidating to smartphone newbies. Read more »