Android devices usually requires your a primary gmail account to sync your Android device with the free Google Services like Gtalk, Google Maps, Google Search, Youtube, Picasa. In case you have forgotten the password of your old Gmail account or want to change to your new account, you can re-activate your Android Device with your new Gmail account.
First you need to factory reset your device. Follow the instructions to reset your phone. But make sure you take backups of your texts, contacts, etc.
Goto Settings -> Privacy.
Click on Factory Data Reset.
Read the disclaimer and then tap on Reset Phone.
It will take some time to reset your phone and its done.
Once the factory data reset is done on your phone, your phone is just the like the branded new one and it will be much faster than the previous usage you get. This guide is common for all the Android powered smartphone regardless of the brand and now when you go through the phone setup, it will ask for the Gmail account to continue.
Type in your new Gmail account and you are ready to use that Gmail Account as your primary Gmail account on your phone
Guess what? One of the greatest releases of Rockstar Games following the Grand Theft Auto Series are the Max Payne Series is now coming handy to your Android and iOS Devices. The game is expected to be in full experience with cut scenes. What remains to be seen is how the control scheme of the game pans out on a touchscreen device, as the ideal controller for Max Payne was the keyboard and mouse .Another element we are waiting to see in the mobile version of the game is the execution of bullet time which was the hottest move. iOS device (iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 4th Generation and all Generations of the iPad) users will be able to download the game on April 12 2012 while selected Android Devices will be able to download the game on April 26. Before a few months, Rockstar Games had done a good job in porting GTA III into Android Devices with all cut scenes. Keep waiting for the massive release
The Mobile Interface is sorted to be as the following image shows:
There are two methods to screenshot your Android Device. One is with rooting and the other is without rooting.
First Method (Without Rooting):
Older versions of Android doesn’t give a simple option to take screen shot directly from the device. Apple’s iPhone has a handy feature which allows to take screen shots by pressing Power+Home button. The same way, Android also have added the Home+Power or Home+Back+Power or Power+Back button. Some combo works. It mostly works on all Android devices running versions 2.1 and up. As soon as you press a combo, you hear a click sound indicating the screenshot it has taken. Now your Gallery contains the picture.
First, root your phone using the guide given here. Then install this screenshot application (Screenshot UX Trial) which actually requires rooting. I guess you peeps have the common sense to follow the on-screen instructions provided by the application you downloaded.
Before starting, i would like to tell that you need to root your Android phone in order to perform this task.
Now we are going to remove the pre-installed apps found in your phone using an application called Titanium Backup. In order to start, you need to download this application into your Android device. The official Google Play link is here.
Now root your Android device using Universal AndRoot. To know how to root your device, click here to know. After rooting, open the Titanium Backup app and goto Back/Restore tab. There you’ll find all the system apps and user-installed apps. Click on it and you’ll find the options as shown in the image.
Now click on Un-Install. And there you go! Your phone will now be free of space (maybe 10MB maximum) and will apparently perform faster.
You can also use Titanium Backup for backup purposes. Titanium Backup runs on any version of Android and was tested by us on an Samsung Galaxy 5 i5500M running Android 2.2 FroYo.