In our modern day, we hardly move around with cameras. Our phones are equipped with superb cameras but some phones simply take it the extra mile to deliver amazing camera photos.
The Tecno brand has once again not failed the mobile community with the recent official release of its latest powerful smartphone device. The Tecno Phantom 6…
With Samsung and iPhone being the leading phone companies in the fingerprint business, other brands have long joined the movement and they offer…
For you to maximise the use of your Android device, you need to add a Google Account or Gmail account. Yes, you can do all the basic stuffs with your new phone or tab without adding a Google Account, but you would not be able to use services like maps, youtube, gmail or even installing applications from the Google Play store without a Google Account on your phone. Actually, the device prompts you to do this the first time you turn it on, but if for any reason you skipped it during the initial set-up, you can always go back to get it done.
This notorious malware was discovered by the security research firm, AVG and it has been code-named “Android/PowerOffHijack.A” because of the way it operates. When you think your phone is off, this malware can still make calls, take photos, send messages and actually spy on you.
I came across these hidden codes and I thought it would be nice to share it here.
These sort of codes are often put in place on phones right from the days of feature phones (I like to call them “dumb phones” 🙂 ) and now on smartphones as well so that it can aid in quick troubleshooting and stuffs like that.
Checking the Android version running on your phone is quite very easy and starting from your home screen, it would only take a few taps on your screen for you to get the information that you need.