Smartphones are no longer limited to a simple role of calling and sending text messages. With the advent of social media, the digital age has become more empowered. There is a lot more information circulating in the world and everything is being loopholed by this upcoming digital savvy generation. The mentioned hacks in this article are capable of such possibilities that are sure to surprise you.
Have you locked yourself out of your Android screen? While there are many Android hacks such as through the factory reset or other tools in a PC, this special little trick is the best Android hack for Android 5 Lollipop that uses Android’s own security bug to unlock your locked Android screen.
We all know that messages on WhatsApp are encrypted, but did you know that your emails and all the confidential information in them can also be password protected.
Note: The receiver of this encrypted email can only open the same, only when he/she has the password for encrypted. So, make sure you hand them the password through a phone call or over a cup of coffee.
Have you ever wished for a recycle bin for your Android smartphone, so you could restore the files that you once deleted accidentally? Guess what? You don’t need a secret Santa for this to happen, but a tiny little Android hack- an app that can help you find what was lost.
The Android app called Dumpster not only restores your deleted files but also protects your privacy with a special lock screen and access restriction. Not sure which files to recover? This Android hack even comes with a preview features that lets its users preview deleted photos, videos, and audio files before recovering. Besides restoring deleted pictures, music files, videos, and almost all file types (pdf, mp3, doc, Avi, mp4, jpg, png, rar, ogg, txt), the Android app Dumpster even allows you to recover uninstalled apps.
You can even schedule an auto-clean of old deleted items and as for deleting files, simply send them to Dumpster using “share” or “send to” from any file manager or gallery app in your phone. The best part of this app is that it even works while on offline mode. Now, save your favorite picture with this Android hack.
Needless to say, we all love cheat codes. Unfortunately, there are none for the smartphone games. We have come up with a certain Android hack that can help you get unlimited resources and life for Android games available on Google Play Store.
In order to do this, you must have a rooted Android device. Next, you need to download the GameCIH App. On opening the GameCIH App, you’ll be asked for superuser access; grant it.
Coming to the Home Screen of the Android App, you will find Hot-Key options, select whichever seems most compatible with your Android smartphone. With the app installed, once you open any game, you will find the hotkeys displayed in it. The hotkeys help you change the values of a particular resource including lives. Type your desired value and select “Done.”
With this Android hack, you can enjoy unlimited resources by altering the value of coins, lives, money, weapons power, and lots more in any of your favorite android game.
Have you wasted hours on YouTube videos that claim they can teach you how to hack Wifi Password, yet all you hacked was a disappointment. Well, guess what? The answer lies in your very own Android smartphone that with this little Android hack enables you to hack any Wifi password.
All you need is one Android app, that uses the pin injection method which will help you to hack wifi password from any Android device. Yes! On both rooted and unrooted devices.
Yes, you heard that right! With this Android hack, you can make calls or send texts from your Smartphone without having any cell service. As an Android user, you get certain benefits of Google services that enable this service.
Once you’ve downloaded all these Google services, start the process by setting up a Google Voice Account. Next, open Google Hangouts App and tap on its start-up menu that’s available on the left side of the app. While iOS users have to head to their Phone Number section of the settings. Android users can simply browse their Google settings to access Google Voice section. Turn on the toggle for both Incoming Phone Calls option and Messages option.
By doing so, you will get access to making phone calls or sends text messages from the Google Hangouts App. Now, all that’s left is to go back to the main settings page and click the Answer on Lock Screen toggle to enable the former functions of the app even in the lock screen mode. This enables you to access calling and messaging services with internet and eliminates the requirement of any cell service.
Your Android smartphone is capable of doing much more than you could possibly imagine. One of the many tips and tricks for Android is to remotely shut down the PC from anywhere. All you need is an internet connection which enables you to send a shutdown request from your Android smartphone to your PC.
At some point or the other, we all wanted to be a real-life James Bond and solve a mystery by checking those CCTV footages from FBI and CIA database. Sounds so cool? While footage from FBI may not be accessible at the moment, but this Android hack can help you record any event by turning your Android smartphone into a surveillance camera.
Start by installing the IP Webcam app from Google Play Store. The Android app adopts a freemium model, so while you can download it for free, to access its premium features, you have to pay $3.99. The app allows you to access your camera on any platform with VLC player or web browser and stream videos inside WiFi network without internet access.
Once you launch the app and browse its settings, you can select the video preferences, effects and other aspects of the footage that you wish to see later on. In order to broadcast this footage, simply log in and register to the Ivideon. Start the snooping around by clicking on the Start Server button placed at the end of the app. To stream the footage anywhere, simply enter the IP address that you will get on your Android device and paste it into the address bar of the web browser of any desired device. The only limitation of using a phone as a security camera is the battery life.
Meenal currently works as a writer for Mobile App Daily. In the course of past five years, she's dabbled her way through Entertainment, Lifestyle, Automobiles only to find her one true love- technology. She uses all this information to help people she meets while traveling the globe. While a woman of few words, she can write blogs on anything endlessly.Follow