Android Tips and Tricks: Top 5 Problems and Their Fixes

By Prarthito

Android is one of the top operating systems in the market. Apart from the the likes of iOS and Windows Phone, Android could be tagged as one of the OSs that predominantly used by all. And you can see that from the number of handsets supporting the platform.

But while Android keeps on evolving and growing with time, there have always been a few niggling issues that have created serious headaches for the users. And sometimes finding a way around it can be a thing of major problems.

Android Tips and Tricks: Top 5 Problems and Their Fixes


Hence today we have made a list of 5 such most experienced problems that plague the platform, and also fixes to it that are needed most regularly.

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If this is the case then a swift restart of the phone might just be the way to beat the problem. But then again, the procedure depends from phone to phone. You could use apps such as Fast Reboot to beat any such problem.

If this is the case, then go to Wireless & Networks / Wi-Fi Settings and press the menu key. Here on, choose ‘Advanced' and change the sleep policy to ‘Never'. This solves the issue for most.

Cracked Screen

There is no such cure to bypass a cracked screen since it was completely your responsibility. Either you go for a new phone or check if the manufacturer indeed sells hardware.

In order to remove apps, go to Settings -- Applications -- Manage Applications and then select the app you wish to uninstall. Tapping the Uninstall icon from thereon does the trick.

Head over to in your Android browser and login. Fron there, you can now choose to remove your searches and not save future searches.

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