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Galaxy S20 Force 96Hz

Samsung Galaxy S20 has a hidden 96Hz display mode: Here’s how to enable it

Samsung recently unveiled their Galaxy S20 lineup of smartphones. They have all of the bells and whistles you would expect from a Samsung flagship by now, including decently-performing cameras as well as top-of-the-line internals, but they also have one notable key feature, which is a high refresh rate display. The Samsung Galaxy S20 series has […]

<p>For Xiaomi, India is the company’s most successful foreign market, and the Redmi Note lineup has undoubtedly contributed a lot behind this monumental accomplishment. Despite facing cut-throat competition from other companies, both the regular and the Pro variants of the Redmi Note 8 managed to make their way into the global top 10 list of</p>
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Redmi Note 8 Pro Custom Developments: LineageOS 17.1, Google Camera port, Pixel Experience, and more

For Xiaomi, India is the company’s most successful foreign market, and the Redmi Note lineup has undoubtedly contributed a lot behind this monumental accomplishment. Despite facing cut-throat competition from other companies, both the regular and the Pro variants of the Redmi Note 8 managed to make their way into the global top 10 list of […]

gca launcher

GCA, an Android launcher app inspired by Chrome OS design, gets a massive rework in version 2.0

For Android users, there’s an abundance of options when it comes to custom launchers. Almost every noted custom launcher brings a new flavor to the user experience. While a lot of launchers focus on giving you extra features, GCA, a custom launcher inspired by Chrome OS, takes the route of simplicity and minimalism. GCA is […]

Redmi Note 7 Ubuntu Touch

Developer ports Ubuntu Touch to the Xiaomi Redmi Note 7

There was a time when you could slap any operating system on the mythical HTC HD2, be it Android, Ubuntu, or even Windows RT. The Samsung Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II are gradually taking up that mantle, as it is possible to install regular GNU/Linux distributions on them with very little effort. While […]

energy ring galaxy s20 ultra

Turn the Samsung Galaxy S20 hole-punch into a battery indicator with Energy Ring

As manufacturers have tried to push the limits of bezel-less design, we’ve seen several “solutions” arise. Notches were the first trend and they’ve stuck around for a while. Another long-standing option is the hole-punch camera cutout. We’ve seen some clever methods for hiding the hole-punch, but Energy Ring is a cool app that puts the […]

aodNotify Notification Preview settings

aodNotify lets you preview notifications on the Samsung Galaxy S20 and other Samsung devices on Android 10

Samsung just launched its flagship Galaxy S20 series, and while the devices are packed to the brim with features, there’s one thing that’s missing on all three devices — a notification LED. Even though the devices do have an edge lighting feature for notification alerts, the feature only works when the screen is turned off. […]

<p>Samsung’s One UI has largely been acclaimed to be one of the most user-friendly user interfaces. Although One UI is the successor of the maligned TouchWiz and Samsung Experience, it has a different reputation. Samsung smartly designed the user interface in such a way that it prioritizes navigation with a single hand. Therefore, in first-party</p>
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One Shade themes your notification panel to be like Samsung’s One UI

Samsung’s One UI has largely been acclaimed to be one of the most user-friendly user interfaces. Although One UI is the successor of the maligned TouchWiz and Samsung Experience, it has a different reputation. Samsung smartly designed the user interface in such a way that it prioritizes navigation with a single hand. Therefore, in first-party […]