There are many tweaks for bypassing Google Account Verification on Android phones. It might not work for all phones even though it had worked for few Android phones.
Initial step would be to be in Recovery mode by pressing Volume down and Power and wipe data/factory reset. However , this also doesn’t work in many Android devices.
The process could be quite technical but it is pretty straight forward.
All you need to have Android SDK (to make it also simple, don’t install whole Android Studio, you can get only Windows Installer only from here).
If you don’t want to go with Android SDK, I would recommend you to try this all in one ADB installer
Once you have ADB installed from it, we have to click some command
First, reboot the phone in FastBoot mode
adb reboot bootloader
Once the phone booted in Fastboot Flash Mode, type the following following
fastboot erase frp
fastboot erase userdata
fastboot erase cache
After your reboot your phone now, you will be able to get Android devices without further Google verification.
There are many open source development applications which help us to take the log in order to test the crashing/unknown behavior of Android apps APK. But I figure out some issue in many open source application like you can’t save log, or you may not able to take log for whole case. I worked a lot to get it done on easy way.
So in this blog, I will try to explain you in two ways i.e (1. For Developer people who are quite technical and 2. For tester who are not quite technical) for taking logs for Android application.
1. For Non-Technical People:
a. Download a tool named as Log collector application from the following link and install on your device:
b. Once you install it, you can run application which you want to take log.
c. After application crashes, then you can open the application Log Collector. Continue reading “How to take logs for Android application”
Some times, people need to present/show demo of their application based on android phone in presentation. Then they must need to think how to project/show or present it in a group.
I figure out very easy to do it in 3 steps.
1. Download Android SDK from developer.android.com (Click here to download). Unzip it and install Android SDK Manager.
2. Down the tool kit named as DroidAtScreen (Click here to download). It is jar file , so you may need to have a JRE environment running on your PC, to be sure you can check it form here. It will also help you to install, if your computer don’t have JRE environment.
3. Plug your Android Phone to your computer and run the application DroidAtScreen. Continue reading “Easy 3 steps to project/zoom your Android phone in your computer”
I was trying to set my new Samsung Tab 3 from English to other languages (Nepali, Hindi, Chinese Hongkong). Such languages were not listed in default Samsung’s “Language and Input” setting, then I face a big problem. I search for other third party application to set other languages in my Tab.
Morelocale 2 (Click here to download) is the best apps for it but I found that it does not have permission to choice or set up other languages for android 4.2.2 system. You have to have permission to set up that.
MoreLocale 2 is not granted a CHANGE_CONFIGURATION permission.
You need to do some tweak on your Android OS 4.2.2. Continue reading “How to unlock Developer mode to set multiple languages on Android OS 4.2.2”