Android How-To: Remove and Replace the OnePlus One StyleSwap Back

When the OnePlus One was announced one of the defining features of the phone was that the back was removable and could be swapped out with any number of back covers that were going to be made available. From the get go you could choose from Sandstone Black, a dark grey back with a rough […]

Android TV: How To Set Up Your Google Nexus Player

Last week we talked about the many ways you will be able to pick up Android TV in 2015. That said, the only way you can currently pick up Android TV today, is with Google’s own Nexus Player. The Nexus Player is currently available through the Play Store and priced at $99.99. For this, you […]

Android How to: Take a Screenshot on the BLU Vivo Air

Taking a screenshot, probably one of the first thing a new Android user is searching for how to do. With the BLU Vivo Air it’s really easy. Although it’s not immediately apparent to most people that haven’t been using Android forever. So that’s where Android Headlines comes in. We’re here not just to bring you […]

Android How To: Root the Motorola Moto Maxx

The Moto Maxx is the phone that we all want here in the US. It’s an amazing smartphone. Essentially the Droid Turbo, but not exclusive to Verizon. Currently, it’s only on sale down in Latin America, but you can buy it here in the US, if you’re willing to shell out some decent cash for […]

Android How-To: Remedy Nexus 6 MMS Issues

If you happen to be one of the proud, the few, the Nexus 6 owners, then you must seriously be enjoying the size and power of the thing.  You may also have noticed that, if you use a certain carrier for service, and use the new addition to Google’s app family Google Messenger, you’ll have […]

Android How To: Add Trusted Places and Devices in Android 5.0 Lollipop

Android Lollipop has been sitting in some of our pockets and sleeves for a while, while for some it might still be months away.  To you who haven’t yet gotten your ticket to the Material Designed, ART-only, Android 5.0 club, we wish you the best in timeliness of the OEM that’s holding it from you. […]

Android How To: Enter Bootloader Mode on the Google Nexus 6

Entering Bootloader mode is one of those things that most of know how to do with our eyes closed on a Nexus. It’s really easy and also it’s been the same on every Nexus device. But there are some people out there that are brand new to Android and thus don’t know how to do […]

How To Install Android 5.0 Lollipop On Your Nexus Player

Google’s Nexus Player is a great device. It is in reality the first device to bring the long awaited Android TV to the market. For those that do not know, this is Google’s second attempt at bringing their operating system to your living room after the failure of Google TV. That said, it does look […]

How To Change Your Chromebook To Developer Or Beta Channel

Yesterday we reported the news that “OK Google” had finally come to the Chromebook as a permanently ‘always on’ feature. Before yesterday’s update, “OK Google” could only be used in certain conditions (like when opening a new tab). However, now it can be used at any time on a Chromebook, as long as the Chromebook […]

Six Nifty Android Lollipop Features, and Flappy Android

Some of our readers will have Android 5.0 Lollipop and some of you won’t, so will be reading this in anticipation of getting the over the air update at some point in the near future. Let me present seven nifty new features and improvements to try and I’ll start off with two features great if you ever […]

Android How-to: Photo Editing on Xiaomi MIUI 6

Photo editing is something that was once reserved for the PC elite.  Programs like Photoshop and Paintshop Pro ruled the market and provided functionality that you couldn’t get anywhere else.  Nowadays you can get most standard photo editing tools on your mobile device, which comes with the added convenience of not having to transfer between […]

Android How To: Disable Chrome from Showing Tabs in Overview in Lollipop

One of the new features in Android Lollipop allows for apps to show each instance in the Overview, which used to be called Recents. So for example, if you have an email open in Gmail, it’ll show that email, plus Gmail in the Overview. And if you’re in the Chrome browser, each tab is a […]

Android How To: Enable the Battery Saver on Android 5.0 Lollipop

One of the brand new features in Android 5.0 Lollipop, is the battery saver. It’s something we’ve seen for quite a while from other OEMs and even some apps. Although this year saw the beginning of the “Extreme Power Saver” type features. Google finally added a Battery Saver option on Lollipop this year, as part […]