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Saturday, June 25, 2016

ANDROID VS IOS

Siddharth Suri

Android vs iOS which one is better OS?






If you're after a new phone, then deciding on Android or iOS is one of the biggest decisions you need to make (unless you opt for a niche option like Windows Phone or BlackBerry). 
The first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1 (or the HTC Dream in the US) appeared in October 2008; the first iphone was launched in June 2007. Since then, these operating systems have changed substantially - remember the iPhone didn't support third-party apps to begin with.
We've now on version 6 of Android (Marshmallow) and version 9 of iOS, and over the course of the last nine years we've seen these platforms become more alike in terms of the features they offer, the way they handle notifications, and the apps they support.
Of course Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony and others all customise Android in their own way, and there's also the issue of fragmentation - only Google's Nexus devices are guaranteed to be running the most recent, unmodified version of the Android operating system.
Far more users are running iOS 9 than Android 6, though Android is on more phones overall. It's something Apple is proud of, though Google would point out its own OS is much more flexible and customisable - if you don't like the text messaging app, you can install another.
Since Google decided to spin its main apps out of Android, the mobile OS itself is essentially just the app launcher and the Settings screen. In contrast, iOS updates still include updates to Mail, Maps, Safari, Notes, News and all the other apps you get with the software.
As we've noted, Google gives users and app developers more flexibility in terms of editing the way the OS works (default apps, lock screens, widgets and so on) - on iOS, you're pretty much stuck with the way Apple wants to do things (which for many users is just fine).Visually, Android's Material Design offers a more colourful, well-defined visual interface than iOS, which hasn't had a major overhaul since 2013. Apple's OS is all translucent shades and thin lines, Google's is blocky card shapes and bold headings and fonts.Both OSes handle multitasking in similar ways and iOS has also added a back button of its own in recent times. Both have battery saving features, mobile payments support, digital assistants, and the ability to back up all of your precious data to the cloud automatically.Both Google and Apple want to lock you into their respective app ecosystems, but Apple is far more serious about it: you won't find support for iCloud or Apple Mail on Android, whereas all of Google's apps are available (and run very well) on iPhones and iPads.
Google's focus is more on the cloud whereas Apple prefers local devices and native apps. It's pretty much all or nothing with Apple: iPhones and iPads work very well with Macs and the Apple TV, but good luck trying to get your iTunes movies to play on an Android TV box.


If you love Apple's approach, that's no problem - but it's something to bear in mind. As you would expect from the company behind Chrome OS, accessing your Google stuff on the web is much more straightforward, though Apple does now have an iCloud web interface.
If everything you own is made by Apple then iOS becomes much more appealing, whether you're trying to get at your digital music and movies, switch between the same apps on various devices, or seamlessly sync your data between phones, tablets and computers.

Native and third-party apps

As we've already said, Google's apps (Gmail, Google Maps, Google Keep and so on) are now updated independently from Android. These apps are all available on iOS too, though the versions for Google's own OS are usually slightly superior (and often updated first).
Trying to compare all of these apps against Apple's equivalents is no easy job: it's likely you've already got used to one set of apps or the other. Hangouts vs iMessage, Gmail vs Mail, Google Maps vs Apple Maps... the features are similar and there are no clear winners.
iOS has long been the winner as far as third-party app support is concerned, though the gap has closed down the years: it's now rare to find a major app or game that doesn't eventually come to both Android and iOS, even though it might launch on one or the other first.
New, experimental apps usually appear on iOS before Android: due to the fragmentation issue mentioned above, it's easier for developers to code for iOS users (and they spend more money too). Apple's platform still has the edge as far as up and coming apps go.


Google vs Siri

Going forward the biggest innovations in smartphone development are likely to come in the super-intelligent digital assistants: Google Now and Siri. Both give you voice-controlled access to your phone as well as smart prompts for travel and events when you need them.
Traditionally, Google Now has been more about surfacing the right info when you need it, though Apple has recently started to make Siri more proactive too. Google Now is also available on iOS in limited form, but Siri is restricted to iOS .



The apps also show the conflicting attitudes towards data privacy by these two companies: Google sweeps up as much data as it can about you across multiple platforms and services, supposedly giving Google Now a better idea of what information you're going to need when.
Siri is more locked down: more private but more limited. Both are very capable at searching the web, finding information on your phone, and accessing supported mobile apps (typically the Apple ones in Siri's case and the Google ones as far as Google Now is concerned).

Both these platforms are slick, stable and secure, with thousands of apps available. Android is undoubtedly more customisable; iOS, you might argue, is a little more polished (especially on tablets). Visually they're quite distinctive too, taking different design approaches.
Customisation, ecosystem, apps, compatibility with other apps and devices - these are the key issues you should be weighing up when pitting Android against IOS. It's also worth considering the differences between Google Now and Siri and which one suits you best.
Unfortunately for consumers, it's more difficult than ever to jump from one OS to the other. When picking up a new handset, most people are likely to stick to what they know, and with good reason: moving wholesale from one platform to the other can be a real pain.

You can let me know your thoughts by commenting below:)

Top 10 Android Games

Siddharth Suri

Top 10 Games for Android






10. BACKSTAB


Take on the role of Henry Blake, a broken man whose life was stripped away, and help in his quest for justice and revenge. Climb, jump and sneak your way through diverse settings to reach your target and strike down adversaries. Use your deadly fighting skills and the combo-based combat system to defeat your nemesis and anyone else who gets in your way. Roam freely across a huge island and gaze upon its magnificent full-3D environments and experience the feeling of an immersive, realistic world around you thanks to impressive non-player character interactions with true-to-life voice effects. Become a rogue killer with nothing left to live for but vengeance on those who betrayed him. Use agility, strength and cunning to get the drop on your target, eliminate them quickly and escape. Master the combo-based combat system to slay anyone standing between you and your prey. 
Experience an immersive world through impressive character interactions and lifelike voice effects. Roam across a vast island full of exotic 3D environments like jungles, beaches, a volcano and more. Investigate 4 unique cities to find new quests and secrets.



9. SIX GUNS




Explore a truly enormous and open Wild West frontier full of cowboys, bandits and more…unnatural enemies in this third person shooter adventure game. Play for free: Make your enemies pay! 
Buck Crosshaw never shot a man who didn’t deserve it, but now he’s an outlaw who had to fake his own death and escape to Arizona. But in escaping one evil, Buck is about to face another, for an ancient and wicked force stirs in the hills of this mysterious region. Freely explore an open world set in Arizona and Oregon full of events, mystery and challenges for you to discover as you become completely immersed in the story and the action. But don’t be fooled by this land’s beauty - outlaws, vampires & many other unnatural foes lurk in every shadow.Take on 40 missions with a great variety of tasks for you to overcome. You’ll race horses, take out robbers, fend off waves of enemies and more along the way! In this kill-or-be-killed land, you’ll need to unlock all 8 different horses, 19 weapons and a wide selection of clothes, ammo and other items to help you on your adventure.



8. THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2






Become the Amazing Spider-Man in this open-world 3D adventure full of crime-fighting, web-slinging, and non-stop action as you face the web-slinger’s greatest challenge yet! New York is under threat from a city-wide crime spree and only our hero Spider-Man can stop it! Standing in his way are Venom, the Green Goblin, Electro and other nefarious villains. Can Spider-Man restore order and safety to Manhattan?!
Web-sling, wall-climb and web-shoot as the fast and quick-witted Spider-Man! An original story expands on the highly anticipated Marvel film! Go beyond the Sony movie and into the comics with new characters such as Black Cat and Screwball. Unlock Spider-Man suits such as Symbiote Spider-Man, Iron Spider and Ultimate Comics Spider-Man!Face off against famous villains such as Venom, the Green Goblin, Electro, and Kraven the Hunter! High-quality voice acting and 3D cinematic action cutscenes bring the movie experience to life!



7. GANGSTER RIO : CITY OF SAINTS




For the first time ever in a open world game, explore the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Discover 5 different neighborhoods including the favelas, business district, beaches and jungle. Also, for the first time in the Gangstar series, explore indoor environments fully realized in 3D. Over 60 varied missions to complete, plus dozens of random events to give you hours of fun. Kill corrupt politicians, protect witnesses, deliver special packages, steal cars and find out who tried to kill you and leave you for dead. Access a wide range of weapons like handguns, rifles, bazookas and grenades plus a new local specialty: the Explosive Football.Also drive dozens of vehicles including planes, helicopters and a tank, and of course, you can steal, purchase and collect dozens of cars and motorbikes.You can now customize your character. Unlock numerous shirts, pants, hats, glasses and more that you can collect and use to customize your character. 



6. ASPHALT 8 AIRBORNE





Asphalt 8: Airborne is the latest in the long running series of mobile racing games from Gameloft.
Airborne lets you take to the air, jumping off ramps and performing stunts mid-air with your car. Add to that a new range of cars and tracks, improved graphics and some new gameplay modes and you have all the ingredients for a great sequel. But does all that necessarily make it a great game? Let’s find out.Just like its predecessors, Asphalt 8: Airborne is still very much an arcade racer at heart. The biggest addition here is the presence of high-speed aerial stunts. There are two kinds of stunts you can perform: barrel roll and flat spin.
To perform a barrel roll, you have to drive off one of the angled ramps and the car pretty much does everything else on its own. Depending upon how well you drove off the ramp and the height of the jump, the car will perform a single, double or even a triple barrel roll. Most of the time the car finishes the roll before it hits ground and won’t start another if it thinks it won’t make it but at times you do end up on your roof, which results in a wreck.Flat spins take a bit more effort. For these, you have to drive off a flat ramp but while performing a drift, which causes the car to automatically spin mid-air. Again, depending upon the speed and the height, the game decides how many spins the car performs. Even if you fall down facing the other way the car usually spins around and you can drive off just fine without losing too much speed.The stunts are pretty much the only worthwhile addition to the gameplay in Airborne. The game is split into single player solo races, single player career, online multiplayer and local multiplayer over Wi-Fi.


5. THE DARK KNIGHT RISES




The epic conclusion to filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy arrives on Android in the exclusive video game inspired by the movie. After being gone for eight years, Bruce Wayne gets back into action as Batman. Waiting for him are the mysterious Selina Kyle and Bane, a lethal adversary on a crusade to tear apart Batman’s legacy piece by piece. Meet all of Batman’s allies and regain your strength to protect Gotham City from Bane. Become completely immersed in the story thanks to likenesses of all the movie’s main characters like Catwoman, Lucius Fox and Commissioner Gordon.
Dozens of missions plus random events will make you feel all the thrills of being a superhero. Deal with hostage situations, bomb squads, jailbreaks and car chases to prove that you’re the true protector of Gotham. A thrilling fighting system that puts you right in the heart of the action thanks to many different moves and cinematic effects. Collect items hidden within the city to unlock upgrades and new fighting skills for Batman. Access Batman’s complete arsenal and learn how to take full advantage of each tool. Use the Grapnel to cross the city or to defeat foes, throw the Batarang to knock out your enemies or to hit a distant button; the possibilities are infinite. When kicks and gadgets are of no use, The Dark Knight relies on his vehicles to get the job done. Drive the Bat-Pod for special vigilante missions or pilot The Bat for fast travel across the city. 




4. GANGSTER VEGAS




Roll up on a dangerous new trip through the City of Sin in the latest episode of the acclaimed open-world action game! Get ready for fun, immersive, and wild gun wars! 
Play as a mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter in a BLOCKBUSTER STORY MODE. Make your way through 80 MISSIONS filled with action. Build up a gangster squad to take over Vegas and win mafia wars. Explore a BIGGER CITY, 9x the size of the previous Gangstar game. Perform amazing stunts with ragdoll effects making use of HAVOK PHYSICS. Climb the leaderboards in tough CHALLENGES including air, water and street racing, MMA fighting & more!Become Vegas's finest shooter in Carnage & Heist modes. Break the bank in addictive CASINO GAMES.Access INSANE WEAPONS like Molotov cocktails, flamethrowers & an electric guitar!Drive CRAZY VEHICLES including monster trucks, muscle cars & fighter jets.UPGRADE YOUR SKILLS & GEAR and customize their appearance; Enjoy an amazing soundtrack featuring Skrillex, Kavinsky, Chromatics and more...



3. REAL RACING 3




Real Racing 3 is the third instalment from the starracing franchise of Electronic Arts in Android. Its principal difference in regard to the last productions is that this time the game is totally free...although the game is full of shopping.
This means that downloading and starting to play Real Racing 3 is free, but as soon as we want to squeeze the best out of the game, we will have to start paying. At first this is not a problem, but on the long run this game can become more expensive than any similar game.
In spite of this bad payment method, Real Racing 3 is an interesting racing game, it´s control system is perfectly adapted to touch devices, and will allow us to compete online against many players from around the world.
Furthermore, on a graphic level it´s possible that Real Racing 3 is one of the best titles in Google Play, with spectacular detail regarding the cars. To this realism, we have to add that the cars represent real models, so we will recognise many of them at a glance.
Real Racing 3 is a great racing game in spite of its payment method having to wait several hours to be able to play.




2. ASSASSIN"S CREEDS PIRATES 




Become one of the most feared pirates of the Caribbean in this exclusive Assassin's Creed adventure on smartphones and tablets! Play as Alonzo Batilla, a young and ambitious captain, a pirate eager to take on the fiercest of enemies...Break all the rules, challenge empires and make your own fortune! Fight in real-time naval battles all over the Caribbean Sea. Choose from a wide range of weapons to destroy your enemies and become a true pirate legend! Acquire the most iconic boats of the Golden Age of Piracy; ranging from the smallest gunboat to the Man O’War floating fortress. Upgrade your vessel using the massive bounty plundered from your encounters. Recruit the finest crew members and learn more than 50 new pirating techniques to become a better captain and the true master of naval combat.
Changing weather conditions directly impact the gameplay and redefine every landscape. Beware of storms and of the treacherous fog that will conceal your enemies until the last moment! Bask in the West-Indies sunshine, admire beautiful sunsets and sail through the night along breathtaking coastlines. Sail throughout a vast array of islands as you explore a Caribbean huge map Enjoy more than 50 story and side missions, search for nearly one hundred treasures and lost parchments and compete with your friends for the highest bounty. 


1. GRAND THEFT AUTO SAN ANDREAS 




Five years ago, Carl Johnson escaped from the pressures of life in Los Santos, San Andreas, a city tearing itself apart with gang trouble, drugs and corruption. Where filmstars and millionaires do their best to avoid the dealers and gangbangers. Now, it’s the early 90’s. Carl’s got to go home. His mother has been murdered, his family has fallen apart and his childhood friends are all heading towards disaster. On his return to the neighborhood, a couple of corrupt cops frame him for homicide. CJ is forced on a journey that takes him across the entire state of San Andreas, to save his family and to take control of the streets. Rockstar Games brings its biggest release to mobile yet with a vast open-world covering the state of San Andreas and its three major cities – Los Santos, San Fierro and Las Venturas – with enhanced visual fidelity and over 70 hours of gameplay. 
Remastered, high-resolution graphics built specifically for mobile including lighting enhancements, an enriched color palette and improved character models.Cloud save support for playing across all your mobile devices for Rockstar Social Club Members. Dual analog stick controls for full camera and movement control. Three different control schemes and customizable controls with contextual options to display buttons only when you need them. Compatible with the MoGa Wireless Game Controllers and select Bluetooth and USB gamepads. Integrated with Immersion tactile effects. Tailor your visual experience with adjustable graphic settings.


Friday, June 24, 2016

How to become developer of your android phone and what are its Benefits.

Siddharth Suri

I will show you how to become developer of your android phone and what are its Benefits.


To become a developer of your android, It is simple as a piece of a cake : D


So lets get started :-


1. Open Settings and click About phone.





2.And now rapidly tap on the Build number. (7 to 8 times)





3 Now Cheers! You are a Developer of your phone.




Now you will see a Developer options in your settings.
: )





WHY TO BE DEVELOPER OF YOUR ANDROID 


-Process Stats

The first interesting Developer options entry we have for you is called "Process stats." When you tap this one, you'll see an interface that's very similar to Android's battery menu—except this one gives you details about your device's RAM memory usage. The bar graph at the top of the screen tells you what percentage of RAM is currently in use, and the app listings beneath it are ordered by how much memory each app is currently using.If you tap the bar graph, you'll see the amount of time your RAM usage has been reported as "Normal" or otherwise, and beneath that, you can see the types of processes that have been using your memory. On the other hand, if you tap an app listing from the main Process stats menu, you'll see details about the app's RAM usage, with a button that lets you easily force stop a RAM-hungry app.

-Force RTL Layout

This next cool Developer option is mostly just a fun way to experience your phone in a new layout—though if your system language is set to Arabic, Urdu, or Yiddish, for example, it can be quite helpful, as well as if you're left-handed.
Toggle the switch next to "Force RTL layout," and the orientation of almost all elements on your screen will switch over to an RTL, or right to-  left, layout. Text formatting will still be defined by your regular system language, so you can still read everything, but the formatting might be a better fit for certain languages.

-Window & Transition Animation Scale

The next entry in our list is actually a set of two options that let you adjust the speed of transition animations. "Window animation scale" affects transitions that occur within apps (such as popups, for example), and "Transition animation scale" deals with the animations that take place when you're switching between apps. A third similar option, "Animator duration scale," only affects certain loading animations, so we'll skip over that one.If you'd like to speed up the animations, set these options to a value lower than 1x, and almost magically, your phone will instantly feel a lot snappier. On the other hand, if you'd like to see the animations in slow motion, set the values to a higher number.

-Force GPU Rendering

This next option might help if you're experiencing graphical sluggishness in some apps. As of version 4.0, Android now uses your device's dedicated graphics processor to render two-dimensional objects by default. Some apps, however, haven't been updated to take advantage of this faster method of rendering graphics.
So if you have any apps whose graphics seem to be rendering slower than the rest of your apps, enable the "Force GPU rendering" option. This will make sure that all apps take advantage of Android's hardware acceleration feature, which should make the user experience a lot smoother in some cases.

-Show CPU Usage
This next option will come in handy if you've ever wondered what was going on behind the scenes on your Android device. Enable the "Show CPU usage" toggle, then you'll instantly see an overlay on your screen that shows you all of the processes that are currently running. These entries are ordered by their current CPU load, and your overall processor usage is shown as a bar graph at the top of the screen.

-GPU Rendering Profile

If you'd like to test your device's graphics performance, select the "GPU rendering profile" option and set it to "Show on screen as bars." This can be a very useful way of comparing the graphics performance for different apps on your system, since the overlay will be shown on top of all screens.The condensed graph at the top of your screen shows recent graphics performance history, while the bars across the bottom of your screen depict graphics performance on the fly. Higher spikes mean there was a heavy GPU load at that moment, so in general, this is a great way to see if an app is dropping frames or performing poorly from a graphics standpoint.

-Background Process Limit

If your "Process stats" menu was looking abysmal earlier, or if your phone just doesn't have much RAM, you might want to look into this last option. Select "Limit background processes," then you can choose the amount of processes that are allowed to run in the background and eat up memory on your device. For instance, you can set this to "2 processes at most," then only the current app and the two most recent background processes will be allowed to run, which should free up a lot of memory on your device. 

If you are an Android user you must be a developer :)

Uninstall Preloaded application on Android Devices

Siddharth Suri

How to Uninstall Preloaded application on Android Devices 


There are a number of App's that came with the phone that are useless Not every preinstalled apps on your smartphone will be of use to you. By removing apps you don't want or need, you can improve your phone's performance and free up storage space. Apps you cannot uninstall are called bloatware.

 You will see how to uninstall pre-loaded applications on Android Devices.This would only work on rooted device You can root your device easily Go to link down below:-http://cooltricksforandroid.blogspot.in/2016/06/hi-guys-this-is-my-second-blog-and.html
(For Rooted phones only)*
So lets get started :-

1.Go to playstore and download Link2sd





2. Install and open it.





3. Now click any application you want to uninstall (Dont Uninstall any application u dont know about)
I recommend you to only uninstall the useless application such as inbuilt games etc.



4. Now click uninstall.And press OK





5. Youre done! Cheers
Dont delete any application u dont know about, only delete useless games  that are preloaded.


Hope this helps.

THE EASIEST WAY TO ROOT YOUR ANDROID PHONE WITHOUT COMPUTER ALMOST WORKS ON ANY ANDROID DEVICE AND WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF ROOTING

Siddharth Suri
THE EASIEST WAY TO ROOT YOUR ANDROID PHONE WITHOUT COMPUTER ALMOST WORKS ON ANY ANDROID DEVICE AND WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF ROOTING. 



Hi Guys today i will show you how to root your Android Device without PC.

If u are an android user you should know what rooting is :) Learn what is rooting

What Is Rooting?

First, for the newbies, let me clarify what rooting is. Getting root or rooting your phone is the process of modifying the operating system that shipped with your device to grant you complete control over it.
This means you can overcome limitations that the carriers and manufacturers put on your phone, extend system functionality, and even upgrade it to a custom flavor of Android.
The name root comes from the Linux operating system world, where the most privileged user on the system (otherwise known as Administrator on Windows) is called root.Usually rooting is fairly simple - in most cases you can find several videos and articles on the web that explain how to do it on your specific phone model - just Google "YOURPHONEMODEL root".
Rooting is not something manufacturers or carriers approve of but they can't really prevent it from happening because the rooting process usually exploits a vulnerability in the operating system code or device drivers and allows the "hacker" to upload a special program called su to the phone. This program is the one that provides root access to programs that request it.Another program calledSuperuser Permissions is usually bundled with all root methods. It gives you a chance to approve or deny requests from any application that wants to utilize root. Superuser Permissions essentially replaces the conventional root password with a simple Approve/Deny prompt, which isn't as secure as having a password, but is far more convenient on a mobile device.

There are many ways to root your android. The best and simple way i found so far is Kingroot.
You can download the kingroot application from other websites or from the link given below:-https://www.datafilehost.com/d/f183e0bd
or
http://kingroot.en.uptodown.com/android

To use kingroot, you will have to enable your device to install applications from from unknown sources. This can be accessed by clicking on Settings> Security<Unknown Sources. Now you will able to download applications from outside the Play store.

Steps to Root:-

1. Download Kingroot and install kingroot on your device.



2. Open it and click try it.




3. Now click on try to root/start root.



4. Please be patient and wait for a while.




4. Now your device is rooted :)


 Now you can download root checker from playstore and check whether your phone is rooted or not.
If not dont hesitate to ask me. I would help you much i can.
Cheers :)


Advantages Of Rooting


1.Full Control Over Android


You have access to alter any system files, use themes, change boot images, delete annoying stock apps, such as Sprint's NFL Mobile live and Nascar Sprint Cup Mobile, and other various native applications that might drive you crazy (Footprints, Voice Dialer, etc). our favorite way is by using Titanium Backup and freezing/deleting the apps from there (root required, of course).

2.Back Up And Restore The Whole System

On most rooted Android devices, you can back up your entire system to an SD card, much in the same way This is great if you’d like to try a new ROM, as you can back up your phone, wipe it completely, flash the new ROM, and if you don’t like it, just restore from your backup to get your device back to exactly how it was before you wiped it.
ROM Manager allows you to easily flash a custom recovery image which is what you will need in order to backup and restore your phone. The recovery image is a special program that can be booted into outside of the phone's main operating system, sort of like an OS recovery console on a PC. By default, the recovery image on most Android phones only gives you a few options, mainly related to wiping the phone. Custom recovery images expand upon these options and usually include scripts that can do things like backup and restore your system, fix file permissions, or allow you to flash custom ROMs that the normal recovery image would otherwise reject.
Normally, flashing a custom recovery image requires some command line work, either on your PC, or on a terminal emulator directly on the phone, but Koush's ROM Manager should automatically flash his custom recovery image (known as ClockworkMod Recovery) for you,
Using ROM Manager is pretty simple. Download and install the application from the market, fire it up, and you’ll be prompted to allow the application superuser permissions - make sure you approve it.
The first thing you’ll need to do is flash the ClockworkMod recovery image that I mentioned earlier, which can be done right in the app (it’s the first option). ROM Manager should automatically find the latest version of the right image for your phone, download, and install it - the whole process is seamless.
After that is done, you can simply use the ‘Manage and Restore Backups’, and ‘Backup current ROM’ options to, well, backup your current ROM or restore from an existing backup. It’s that simple!


3.Save Space On Your Phone

While Google did introduce Apps2SD (moving parts of applications to external storage) officially in the Froyo update, it remains up to developers to manually add support for it in their apps. Because of that, it's still fairly easy to overflow your internal storage and run out of space.
The easiest way to alleviate this problem and enable most applications to be movable to SD would be to flash a custom ROM that enables just that. For example,cyanogen mod the most popular Android custom ROM, allows the user to force most apps to SD even if developers of those apps didn't enable this feature.  

4.Install Custom ROMs

The Android custom ROM scene started growing shortly after the first Android phone, the T-Mobile G1, was released. The ROMs that were initially available just offered a few tweaks here and there - access to developer only sections of the operating system, debugging information, and things of that nature.
Now, a few years after the release of the G1, the Android ROM community has grown immensely, and ROMs have been developed for most of the Android phones currently on the market.
They've gone far beyond simple tweaks and can now give your phone an entirely new look and feel. There are ROMs that can make your phone fly by replacing the kernel with hyper-optimized versions or even overclocking the CPU. The possibilities are nearly limitless and attempting to cover all of the features of all the ROM's available for all of the phones out there would be pretty much impossible.
If you're interested in flashing a custom ROM on your phone, your best bet is to hit the Googles, search for "phonename custom ROM," and see what comes up. You'll likely find at least one forum dedicated to hacking your phone with plenty of information to get you started.
Here at AndroidPolice, we're planning a series of custom ROM reviews for as many phones as we can get our hands on.

5. Remove Bloatware Android Apps

When we new android phone, our android phone come with many android apps. You can’t remove pre-installed android apps. But if you root your phone, you have an access to remove these type of bloatware from android phone. Download Link2sd Android App from Google Play store for removing preloaded applications those are sucking your phone storage..


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