Navigating through a cluttered Android home screen can be time-consuming and frustrating. To avoid the hassle of finding the app among the jumble of apps on their devices, some users might use the voice assistant, the search function, or the app drawer.
More and more organizations are using mobile devices to conduct various business processes, from staying in touch with customers and partners to performing financial transactions. This fact is not lost on cybercriminals — they’re launching ransomware to get into Android devices and hold the data on these devices hostage in exchange for large sums of money.
Did you know that you can connect a mouse to your Android tablet and use it as you normally would on a desktop computer? A mouse is just one of the many accessories supported by many types of Android devices. Depending on which accessory you use, you can make your device easier or much more fun to use.
Finding it hard to find the app you want on your Android device? If so, it’s time to organize your apps into folders. Here’s how.
Creating and naming folders
On most devices, when you install a new app, the icon will be automatically added to your home screen, or to a screen where there is space.
Ever thought about connecting a mouse or a keyboard to your Android tablet or smartphone? Many Android devices will actually allow you to do just that! Here’s what you need to know to let the fun begin.
USB keyboards, mice, and gamepads
Android phones and tablets don’t come with standard, full-size USB ports so you can’t plug a USB accessory directly into it.