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Latest video tutorial shows how to bypass Google FRP

We recently made a detailed step-by-step guide to bypass FRP on Samsung Galaxy devices but as I said these methods expire over time whenever a new Android update is released. I was going through some comments, and someone has posted a video on the whole process how he was able to bypass FRP safely. From […]

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‘Unfortunately SuperSU has Stopped’ Error on Android Solved

I can understand the frustration! First you were looking for working root method to gain root access on your Android device. But I see you’ve now rooted your phone but getting an issue with the root management app SuperSU and getting a message error “Unfortunately SuperSU has Stopped“. The step-by-step instructions will help you to resolve […]

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How to Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy S7/S6/S5/S4/S3/S2

Screenshot being taken with the Samsung Galaxy S7

Sometimes it is really needed to share your screenshot with your friends or developers if in case you want to share some key information or certain app features. I often ask users to share the screenshot of the issue they are facing on their device, this way it helps us to better analyze the issue […]

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4 Ways to Disable Knox on a Samsung Galaxy 2017

uninstall samsung knox security

This detailed step-by-step tutorial will help you to permanently disable or uninstall Knox security app on your Galaxy device. Samsung KNOX security is an Android-based solution particularity developed to improve the security of open source Android platform which is entirely compatible with the Google Android ecosystem. When Android 4.3 Jellybean was released, Samsung added this […]

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Update Galaxy S3 I9300 to Android Marshmallow

Follow the steps to update Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow using CyanogenMod Custom ROM. I remember when Android Lollipop update was released, Galaxy S3 users were expecting to get the OTA update but that didn’t happen and for Marshmallow update you should not even think of the latest Android version. Did I […]

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