Posts From Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav Shukla
Gaurav Shukla

Gaurav has been covering technology for over a decade now. He has done everything from blogging about Android to reporting the latest from the world of Internet giants. When he is not writing about the tech companies, he can be found binge-watching new TV series on the web.

XDA Basics: How to Copy Data from Android to iOS

Are you moving to an iPhone from Android? If so, it's easier than ever to copy your data from Android to iOS. Depending on how much data you want to transfer to your new iPhone, it may take some work but you would be able to get most of it to your new phone. In...

XDA Basics: How to Copy Data from iOS to Android

Are you migrating from iPhone to Android? The data transfer may seem daunting, especially if you have been a long-time user of an iPhone. But don’t worry, there are ways where you'll be able to copy most of your data from iOS to Android. In this guide, we’ll list all such ways to transfer data...

XDA Basics: How to record phone calls on Android

There are times when you have to record a phone call. Whether you are interviewing someone or it's an important call where you need to remember specific details, recorded calls can be very useful. After years of not offering any official way to record calls, Google now provides call recording support in its official Phone...

XDA Basics: How to take a Screenshot or Record your phone screen on Android

Are you not sure how to take a screenshot on Android? Android phones and tablets offer a number of ways to take screenshots, and if none of them work, you can always use an app to capture your Android phone’s screen. In this guide, we’ll talk about all the different ways you can take a...

XDA Basics: How to Transfer Files between Android and Windows PC

Android provides a lot of ways to transfer files to and from a Windows PC. While some methods involve using a USB cable, others are wireless. If you’re struggling to transfer a file from Android to Windows, or vice versa, the methods mentioned below will be useful. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll explain all the...

XDA Basics: How to open Google Assistant on Android

Google Assistant is arguably one of the best digital assistants available. It allows users to do a lot of things by just using their voice, and its feature-set keeps on increasing every year. In this guide, we’ll tell you about all the different ways you can open Google Assistant on Android quickly. Before we start, it's...

XDA Basics: How to remove Chrome extensions

Most modern browsers, including Google Chrome, support extensions. These extensions add additional features to the browser or provide quick access to services. Installing too many extensions, however, can add bloat to the browser and make it slow. Chrome is already known for taking up a significant amount of system resources, so you wouldn’t want the...

XDA Basics: How to Change the Autocorrect Settings on Android and iOS

Autocorrect is a double-edged sword. When it works perfectly, it can be really useful. But when it goes wrong, things can get a little awkward. After all, we've all seen or had those autocorrect mishaps from our beloved keyboard apps that completely changed the meaning of what we were trying to say. So if you’re...

XDA Basics: How to Factory Reset your Android phone

There are a number of reasons why you would want to factory reset your Android phone. Maybe you're planning to sell it or maybe you just want a fresh start. A factory reset can delete everything and make your phone like a new device, at least on the software front. A factory reset or a...

XDA Basics: How to change emoji on Android

Emojis are great. They enhance modern digital communication by adding emotions and expressions. But emojis evolve and new ones are added every year by the Unicode Consortium. Google brings the Unicode-ratified new set of emojis to the new version of Android every year. This leaves the older Android versions with older emojis. Android manufacturers also...

These are the best deals on the Galaxy S20 FE: Samsung, Amazon, and more!

The Samsung Galaxy S20 FE was one of the more prolific launches of 2020, despite not being a flagship. Coming in at a cool $700, the Galaxy S20 FE straddles the line between affordability and premium specs. Our Galaxy S20 FE review states this phone "packs the best of the Galaxy S20 into a more...

These are the best travel cases for Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite in Summer 2021

With any handheld comes the question -- should you buy a case for it? That answer is almost always yes. No matter how little you’re planning to get around with it, a case always helps in the case of a mishap. Fortunately, there are lots of Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite travel cases on the...