How to Set Wi-Fi Network Priority on Android and iPhone

Wi-Fi is ubiquitous. While this is mostly a blessing, it also means there are a lot of Wi-Fi signals competing in the same space. While your smartphone factors in signal strength, Wi-Fi security settings, and network stability, it doesn’t always connect to the Wi-Fi network you’d prefer. Read more

Android Won’t Connect to Windows Over ADB? Fix It in 3 Easy Steps

Is ADB not detecting your device? If Android is unable to connect over the Android Debug Bridge (ADB), fixing it only requires three basic procedures.

We’ll show you how to get it working again.

ADB Can’t Find Your Device? Here’s the Fix

Sometimes, Android USB devices won’t connect to a Windows system. Failed ADB connections usually have one root cause: bad Android USB drivers that load in place of the right ones. Windows doesn’t make it easy to remove the wrong drivers, unfortunately. Read more

3 Ways to Run Android Apps on Windows

Do you want to run Android apps on Windows? Nowadays, it’s easier than ever with various emulators, app players, and mirroring tools that allow you to run Android apps on your computer.

Whether you want to play Android games in a PC environment, test out and develop your own app, or remotely control and run apps using your computer, here are three tools you can use to run Android apps on Windows. Read more

How to Use Your Android Phone as an IP Webcam

Looking for a way to put your old Android phone to use? Need an IP camera to stream live footage of events over the internet, but can’t afford an actual IP camera?

Several apps are available to turn your Android device into an IP webcam. Within minutes, you’ll be using it to share video footage across the internet to friends, family, or maybe just yourself. Read more

How to Disable Notifications From Any App in Android

Notifications on your phone can be a pain, especially for insignificant apps. It’s a good idea to block notifications, especially at work. Studies have found that notifications ruin your concentration, even if it’s a small beep. In fact, it’s as disruptive as actually using your phone. Read more