If you’re itching to try out Android’s new Nearby Share feature, you’re in luck. Google started rolling out a beta test for it just this last week. However, your phone probably doesn’t have it yet. Before you can get to sharing files and other content between devices, there are a few things you’ll need to do.
Right now, the feature requires opting-in on the Google Play Services beta program on the Play Store. Read More
Sometimes, the latest version of an app isn’t the best version. Bugs and issues can happen, and while rolling back to an older version can be a security risk, sometimes you just have to do it to keep things working. Once the troubleshooting basics are done and restarting your phone or “swiping away” the app from your recent list hasn’t fixed things, it may be time for (slightly) more drastic measures. Here’s how you can roll back to an earlier version of an app — whether it’s a normal app or one of Google’s new-fangled app bundles.
The Galaxy S20 has an in-display fingerprint sensor that’s effectively identical to the S10’s, which isn’t a good thing. It was fine in the last-generation phone, but in-display fingerprint sensors have come a long way and kind of left the S20 series behind. Even if the component itself isn’t great, you can do a few things that will make the most of what you have. Here’s how you can speed up your S20’s fingerprint sensor experience.
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