Did you try our previous method to bypass FRP on android Samsung Galaxy devices, but couldn’t see the “Type Email and Password” option? Or, are you getting an “Error” message there? Here is the solution to these problems.
Did you recently reset your Samsung mobile phone but now stuck on the screen where it is asking for the previous Google account? Don’t worry if you have forgotten your previous Gmail address and its password. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to enter the new Gmail account on your Galaxy device after a soft or hard reset. I have already used it on my android based Samsung phone and I hope it will work on your phone too. It is one of the latest and the simplest method to bypass the factory reset protection feature (aka FRP) on the Android mobile phones.
The much awaited feature which was to get the android smartphone notifications on Google Glass is finally included in the newest MyGlass v3.3.0 firmware. In the previous versions this feature was not present and Google Glass owners could get the notifications from only select apps. Now the restriction has been removed.
Like me, if you are also impressed by the new style of Notifications introduced in Android L and want to get it right now, you won’t need to wait for the final release. A developer has successfully managed to port-back the “Heads up” L floating notification.
If you have updated your Nexus 5 or Nexus 7 device to the recently released Android L and you want to get full write-access on it, here is a good news for you. Now you can root android L on the supported devices.
Yesterday Google announced redesigned Android L version which contains a lot of new changes. Though the public and final build would be rolled out later this fall through both OTA updates and as standalone downloads for compatible android phones but the developer previews of L version has been made available for those developers who want to check the new features and for those who want to update their apps prior to public release.
As we told you in our previous post that Geohot was working on a new tool (towelroot), and this time for android users, which lets the users to root Samsung Galaxy S5. According to Geohot, the tool is expected to work on all android devices released before June 3, 2014.
After releasing hardware and software based jailbreak tools for iOS devices, GeoHot is now back with a new tool, called towelroot, which would allow the users to root top level android devices, especially the recently released Samsung devices Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4 (both AT&T and Verizon versions), Galaxy S4 Active, Nexus 5 and Samsung Note 3 Verizon/AT&T.
We had already few reports that Mozilla is performing beta testing of a new launcher for android devices. But today, at the InContext Conference, they leaked the first screenshot of Firefox Launcher. As the app is still under development stage, so it is still not available in the Play store but its release might be expected in the next few weeks.