How to change currency on your Google Play

google wallet

I guess you guys are searching for an answer on how to change currency or country on your google play because you there are apps that you would like to download from where you are right now and can’t download it. What you need to do is just sign-in to your Google Wallet and change your credit/debit card address to your current country, try to purchase an app but your don’t need to click buy. It may take few hours to change and if it still didn’t change try to restart your phone or clear data and cache of your Google Play from the apps settings, I tried it and it works. I hope this helps! Ciao!

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge: My Personal Review

I have been looking for a new or not so new phone (2nd hand) that doesn’t cost much and my colleagues offered me a phone that can be paid in installment. The first time I laid my hand on the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge I immediately fell in love with it, it looks classy with its gold color and curve edges, it is not too large which can be held by people with big or small hands and the specifications is spectacular. View full story →

Cloudfone Thrill Access Review

Cloudfone Thrill Access

Before I start my personal review on Cloudfone Thrill Access, below are the specifications of the said phone.

 1.3GHz MediaTek MT6735 quad-core processor

2GB of RAM

5-inch HD IPS display, 1280 x 720 resolution

16GB of expandable storage

8-megapixel rear camera with AF and LED flash

5-megapixel front camera with LED flash

Dual SIM

3G, LTE

WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, A-GPS, Fingerprint scanner

2500mAh battery

Android 6.0 Marshmallow

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Reviving my Samsung Note 1 (N7000)

I guess it’s been quite a long time since I’ve write on my blog, life it’s hard for me nowadays and thank God I can still get through the hardships that I’ve been going through. Anyway, few weeks ago I lost my phone while attending our high school reunion and all the guests are all my old classmates and teachers so I don’t want to blame anyone and it will serve as a lesson for me. After I lost my phone I was trying to revive my old phone (N7000) and I’ve reset it to factory settings several times but the system still running very slow so I decided to install a custom rom which might help to speed up my old phone. I am very thankful to the developer of the said rom and it brought back my old phone to life. You can find the guide here if you would like to try this custom rom, it has also guides where you can expand your internal storage which I find it very useful because the factory only allocates 2GB for internal storage and I usually can’t install all the apps I wanted so be sure to follow the guide on how to expand your external storage and it really helps.

n7000

I hope this can help those who still have your old Samsung Note 1!

How to root almost any Android phones using Towelroot

rooted LG D838

I have looked for quite a while on how to root my LG G PRO 2 D838, I finally found an easy way and doesn’t even need a PC in able to root my device.

STEPS:

1. first go to your settings –> security –> enable unknown resources (tick to enable)

2. Open you android device browser and go to Towelroot and download the apk for rooting your device

3. Run Towelroot and after installation (it takes few seconds and your device will reboot automatically)

4. After device rebooted, verify if your device have root access using apps such as Root Checker and if have successfully rooted your device it will show the picture attached above.

REMINDERS:

This rooting method is for devices running Android Kitkat 4.4+ and there are devices are unable to root using this method such as HTC One M8, Moto E, Moto G and HTC One Mini.

It will also void your warranty if you root your device, so think twice before you root you device. The Towelroot gives automatic access to any apps and you should install management apps such as SuperSU to prevent major security risk.

HAPPY ROOTING!

Unable to Locate Android Phone

location not availableI have tried to contact my phone almost the entire day but couldn’t be reached and I tried using Android Device Manager to try my luck if it can find my phone. It is sad that until now I still can’t find my phone, I might not have switched on the Device Manager on my phone that’s why it couldn’t be located. Well..got to face the fact that my phone is in good hands already.

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