Tuesday, March 7, 2017

7 Notorious Android Problems And How to Fix it



Now that Android operating system has become one of the most dominated platform, it is very important we point out Android common problems and how to fix them. They are countless but we’ll just try as much as possible to touch the notorious one.


>> Battery Drain: This you can’t avoid on most android devices because a lot of people download applications they don’t need that in turn consumes endlessly their device battery. We’ve posted 11 ways to make your battery last longer… 
You can check them out here
>>Android Freezing and Slow Speed: This is another notorious problem common to Android devices with meager internal memory. This problem normally occurs when you have too many unused applications installed on your devices and open too many applications at a time resulting into slow speed or Android feeding.
 
How Can I Solve it?
To make it easier for you, download Clean master from Google play store here and it will do the job for you.
>>Apps not installed Error: This happen a lot of time most especially when you delete an app, and you try to re-install it again. Don’t panic, there is a solution for it.
You can solve it via any of the methods listed here.
>>I Forgot my Pattern Lock, How can I Bypass it? Many times, we tend to forget our pattern lock or someone entered wrong password, and then you are locked out. Perhaps maybe something happen to your device and the pattern lock decide to misbehave, there is a fix for it.
Any of the fixes postulated will fix it for you here.

>>Google Play store has stopped working: As an Android user, you probably might have come across a message like this “Google Play services has stopped working”, or you are currently experiencing it right now, this happen for a lot of reasons. Let not talk about the reasons but solutions.

How Can I Fix it?
It’s pretty simple. I’ve got 9 easiest ways to fix this even as a novice. Check it here.
>>Your Smartphone Can’t Connect to PC to Transfer Data: Ideally, when you connect your Anroid device via USB cable to your PC, its suppose to auto detect it, but a lot of people faces this problem, no detection of any kind. 
Here is the Fix
>>Detach USB cable from device
1.       Enable Developer Mode by going to Settings > About Phone (at the very bottom usually) > press on Build Number repeatedly until the pop-up appears
2.       Go to Settings > Developer Options
3.       Enable USB debugging
4.       Lock device (turn screen off)
5.       Connect your phone to your computer using a USB cable
6.       Unlock your Android device
7.       Swipe down to see notifications and press on “USB for charging”
8.       From the pop-up, select File transfers
9.       Lock the device and unlock it again.
>>Insufficient storage space: A lot of people normal see this message even though they have more than 8GB space on their devices.
Here is the fix… Check this guide here.
I hope this post helps.

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