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How to Block a Phone Number

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Annoying calls and SMSs are some of the most common things that irritate users the most these days. Imagine, you are in a meeting, and you get one such call. Unfortunately, if you aren't actually aware of it, you may end up picking up the call.

Once you pick up the call, you get to know who it actually is, and you may regret your actions; for, the call you picked up was good for nothing. So, here begins the hunt for the answer to how to block a phone number.

The next question that arises is, how do these advertisers get your contact number? The reasons can be numerous – either you registered on a website using your contact number, or you filled any form and entered your number in it.

The worst part about registering with these websites is that they sell your databases to various advertisers who then make irritating calls and SMS to advertise about and promote their products. So here begins the hunt for the procedure to

  • how to block a number on a cell phone, or
  • how to block a call

All of them actually mean the same thing i.e. they teach you, how to block phone number!

1. How to Block a Phone Number by Registering for DND Service

Blocking phone number via SMS number on Android or any simple mobile is the easiest method. As soon as any request is made, the guys at the service centre begin to work on it and try to execute it as soon as possible.

1. With SMS: In order to block a call (for the fully blocked category), send a toll-free SMS START 0 TO 1909.

2. For Partially Blocked category, type toll-free SMS START # and send it to 1909. Where # is your preference. See options below,

START 1 for receiving only Banking/Insurance/Financial Products/Credit Cards related messages.
START 2 for receiving only Real Estate related messages.
START 3 for receiving only Education related messages.
START 4 for receiving only Health-related messages.
START 5 for receiving only Consumer Goods and Automobiles related messages.
START 6 for receiving only Communication/broadcasting/entertainment/IT related messages.
START 7 for receiving only Tourism and Leisure related messages.

3. With IVRS: Dial toll-free number 1909, and follow the instructions of IVRS (Interactive Voice Response System).

Via Service Provider’s Official Website: Log on to your service provider’s official website to choose your preferences for Do Not Disturb (DND) services.

In case you wish to unregister the DND service, you simply need to send an SMS by typing “STOP” to 1909 or consumers can stop this Via IVRS or by speaking with a customer care executive by dialling 1909.

Note: It may take around 7 days, to implement the above-mentioned method.

How to Block a Phone Number by Raising Complaint Against Unwanted Callers

If you still continue to get some spam calls and unwanted SMS from advertisers even after registering for DND service, then you will have to raise a complaint against the caller.

For complaint through SMS, the customer has to send SMS “the unsolicited commercial communication, XXXXXXXXXX, DD/MM/YYYY” to 1909.

Where XXXXXXXXXX – is the telephone number of the sender of the unwanted SMS, from which the UCC has initiated, and DD/MM/YYYY means date/month/year for, e.g. 01/01/2016

The complaint is taken very seriously, and either TRAI (Telecom regulatory authority of India) or the concerned Service Provider will take an action on the complaint, and you will surely get a positive response within 7 days of lodging of the complaint.

3. How to Block a Number on Cell Phone (via Call Barring)

What is call barring?

  • Call barring (network service) allows you to restrict the calls that you make or receive with the device.
  • Call Barring – Enables you to restrict or bar certain or all types of calls to and from your mobile phone, i.e. outgoing calls, outgoing international calls, incoming calls.
  • Call barring password is required to activate or deactivate the call barring service which allows you to restrict the incoming or outgoing calls.

How to block a call using call barring
1. Open Menu, and navigate to Tools > Settings > Phone or security settings > Call barring service.

2. Once you click on call barring, then you will get the following options –

  • Outgoing calls
  • International Calls
  • Incoming calls

3. Choose the optional incoming calls – then again you will get 3 options

  • Activate
  • cancel
  • check status

If you are using this service for the first time, select check status and it will show you the message – service is not active.

4. How do you Block a Phone Number in Android (4.4 or up)

Go to call log, select the number/contact you want to block, once the number is displayed, click on the menu button in the phone –”Add to blocked list” and click on save i.e. –

Call log > number/contact >menu button >add to blocked list >save.
Apart from this, there are several free apps that can be used to block a number, such as Mr Number.

Mr Number (Free)

Mr Number lets you block calls and texts from particular numbers or area codes, and automatically it blocks private or unknown numbers. It also lets users report spam when you get a call from an unknown number; it allows you to see, what others have reported it as.

Whenever a blocked number tries to call, your phone usually rings once, usually not at all, and then the call is either disconnected or sent to voicemail, depending on how you select to handle the call, cool, isn’t it?
True caller (Free)

Truecaller is an app that can actually help you to find out various details regarding any contact or caller. It lets you identify the person’s information such as Caller id, location, it maintains a database list of spammers, which makes it easier to identify when you see a mysterious call.

5. How do you Block your Phone Number in iPhone

1. Navigate to recent in the Phone app or in Face Time, tap “i” beside the contact or phone number you want to block
2. Scroll to the bottom of the Info screen and tap Block this Caller.
3. Tap Block Contact
Manage your blocked contacts
You can see the contacts and phone numbers that you've blocked in Settings under Phone, Face Time, or Messages:

1. Settings> Phone > Blocked
2. Settings>face time > Blocked
3. Settings> Messages > Blocked

Final Words

Ultimately, after blocking unwanted calls and SMSs, you can now actually relax in your free time. Moreover, now there won't be unwanted and disturbing calls to deteriorate your important moments.

So, do not forget to share their simple tricks to block a phone number or Android or to block any phone number, others too might need these tricks.

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How to Move Apps to SD Card?

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How to move apps to sd card? If that's what you need an answer to you're exactly where you should be. I know that's what you're looking for because to reach this page you must have Googled something that roughly matches “android move apps to SD card. That's what this piece is all about.

By the end of this article, you'll know everything that there is about moving apps to SD card on your android devices.

Android is the most used mobile OS in the world, accounting for 66.5% of the world's mobile operating systems.

Not to mention that Android obviously also has the best user-interface as well as wide-ranging features, hence resulting in its wild-fire popularity.

One such feature is the feature which lets you move your Android apps from the phone storage to the SD card.

But before answering the “how”, let's have a look at the “why”, as is my tradition and believe that the “how” is explained better when you understand the reason behind “why” you're actually doing something.

Why to Move Apps to SD Card?

When you download apps from the Playstore, they get saved on your phone-storage by default. The problem and the primary reason why you might be seeking an answer to how to move files to SD card  is that our phone storage is “limited”.

If you download a huge number of apps and they get on your phone storage, they would take up storage space on your primary device and that would reduce the total amount of space available.

The second reason being, if you start running low on the phone-storage, it's like overloading your C:/ drive. Meaning, your overall cell phone performance would slow down.

There exists a third reason as well which isn't a primary factor but it does count, when you remove your SD card the apps on your SD card get uninstalled in some cases and you have to install them all over again, this actually helps the SD card act as an external Hard-drive, but if you install the apps on your phone storage, they're there permanently unless you manually uninstall them.

How to Move Apps to SD Card?

So finally we're down to the section you've been waiting for, let's have a look at how to move on application from the phone storage to SD card.

It's actually fairly simple because android has an in-built feature for that. And it doesn't include any complicated steps or something you've never done before.

All you've got to do is, click on the “settings” option.

I'm pretty sure you're well aware of the settings on your device and it's not uncharted waters for you. So just find the “applications” tab there. (In some devices it might be listed as “application manager”.)

Once you tap on the application manager, it would list all the applications on your device. You can either find the app you're trying to move directly from this screen, or you can slide left-right in order to reach specifically categorized sections, like “downloaded” “recent” etc.

It's the best bet to go to the “all” sections because it has every app your device has, regardless of it being a downloaded, default, recently used or unused application.

Anyway once you find the application you're looking for, just tap on it and it would take you to the following screen.

The interface might be slightly different based on your version of Android, but it's more or less the same and the options would always be there. So as you can clearly see there's a fine option there saying “move apps to SD card”.

All you've got to do is tap that button and you're done! The app would be moved to the SD card, and it takes only a few seconds for the task to be completed.

How to Move Files to SD Card?

Talking about moving apps to SD card, why not solve the other query you might have lingering around your brains?

In order to move certain files to SD card, all you've got to do is, select that specific file you want to move, and tap on the “move” option. (Make sure you're “moving” it and not copying.)

Then select the SD card directory where you want to move it. Just select the destination directory and tap on the “move to” option. The file would be moved to your desired folder.

Final Words:-

So that was all I had on How to move apps to SD card folks. Hope this piece helped. Well, there are other ways to achieve the same goals as well, for eg.

you can use third-party applications to move apps from phone storage to SD card, but that involves more complex steps and apps rather than using the in-built feature.

Anyway if you've got other, shorter and more efficient ways to move files from phone storage to SD card, do let me know, I'd be more than happy to include them over here.

Not to mention that if you've got any doubts or questions you'd like answered, feel free to make use of the comment box and I'll get back to you with a reply as soon as time permits me.

And finally, I wouldn't mind if you decide to hit the share button and share this piece on your Social media, which helps us keep some more eyeballs, reach more people, and that's all we are looking for.

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How to Setup and use ADB (Android Debug Bridge)?

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How to Install Android Debug Bridge

If you're on this page, I'm sure you're here regarding the setup and use of the Android Debug Bridge and got a doubt that surely rhymes with”How to Install Android Debug Bridge?”. It's one of the “less-used” features you get with any Android Operated device.

The thing about android is that it has so many hidden features and control options that more than half of us don't even use a quarter of those features in our lifetimes.

The other reason obviously is that those “features” aren't always as “safe” or “simple” to begin with, messing them up might harm the device and hence those features are protected in one way or another.

So one such feature I'm discussing right here in this article is How to Install Android Debug Bridge? 

What is Android Debug Bridge?

Android Debug Bridge is basically a command-line tool that you get with the Android-powered devices. In simpler language, what it enables you to do is you can control your android device from your computer over USB.

This lets you run command-based strings on your cell device which in turn lets you get a hold over several different features on your android device. So the very first step towards unlocking those features is installing ADB and that's what this article is about.

How to Install Android Debug Bridge?

Head over to the Android Studio Page and scroll down till you get the download links for “command line tools” and then download the package.

Basically this package contains quite a number of things but we won't be needing all of them, so run the .exe file from the package and select just the “Android SDK Platform-tools”. That's what we need to install so select that and click on the install button.

You must have noticed a “USB Debugging” option on your cell phones and wondered what on Earth it was there for, finally you're being answered. So go to your Settings>About phone. And scroll down to the very bottom where you should find the “build number” option. Tap this button 7 times, it enables the developer options.

Now hit the “back” button one time, it would bring you back to your “settings” screen and you should see that the “developer option” has miraculously emerged over there so tap on that.


On the next screen, you'd find the “USB Debugging” option laid out there clearly, just turn it on.

Now browse to the location where you had installed the Android SDK and go to the “Platform-tools” folder. Inside this folder, just hold shift +right click and then click on “open command window here”.

Now connect a USB cable to your computer and cell phone, and then click on the “Allow USB Debugging” option on your cell phone. You need to run the following command – ADB devices

This command brings up the device list on your system. Meaning all the devices which are available for USB debugging.

If your device is being shown over there it's great. You've just solved How to Install Android Debug Bridge successfully. If your device isn't being shown, in that case just update the drivers for your device.

You can use the following string to find your device driver on Google:- Device name USB Drivers download.

Or just go to XDA forum and search for the same query and hopefully you'll get your drivers.

Done! So now that you've Android SDK on your system and your cell phone is connected for USB Debugging to your computer, let me share some command lines you might find useful.

ADB logcat – This command lets you view the logs of your android device, comes in handy while debugging your device.

ADB shell – If you need a command line on your device, this is the command to type.

ADB push D:\filepath /sdcard/file – This is the copy-paste/transfer command. It's used to copy a file from your computer to your device. Here a certain file located at D drive/filepath is transferred to the “sdcard”.

adb shell command – Used to run the shell command.

adb install C:\app.apk – This can be used to install apps directly from your computer to your cell phone. Here this command will install an apk located at your C drive directly on your cell phone.

adb uninstall package.name – This command is used to uninstall packages from your android device without touching the device directly from the computer. Here the “package.name” application is removed from your system. Note that the “app name” isn't the package name. It generally is something like com.rovio.angrybirds.

adb pull /sdcard/file C:\file – Just like there was the “transfer file from computer to android” command similarly this command is used to copy a file from your sd card to your computer. Here the file from the “sdcard” is being copied to C drive of the computer.

Final Words:-

So that was all I had on How to Install Android Debug Bridge folks. Hope this piece helped. If it did I'd love to get your feedback in the comments section.

Also, make sure that you aren't running any command you aren't really sure about because wrong commands can mess your device up pretty good. If you're unsure about a command then don't run it before Googling it.

Of course, you can always leave a comment here with any query or doubt and I'll try my best to answer that to the best of my knowledge.

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How to Check if Your Android Cellphone Is Rooted or Not?

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How to Check if Your Android Cellphone Is Rooted or Not

Are you troubled by the thought if your android cellphone is rooted or not? Looking for answers to questions like How to Check if Your Android Cellphone Is Rooted or Not? Well, that's exactly what I've got here.

It's 2016, there's almost no one who doesn't know what rooted and non-rooted devices are. But just in case you are among the ignorant population of the world, let me tell you it isn't a crime not to know the difference.

In fact, there are quite a number of differences, ups, and downsides of both the versions of android so before getting into details like How to Tell if Android Phone/Tablet is Rooted, let's have a basic insight into the two versions.

What are Rooted Android Devices:-

Well rooted android devices are just your everyday normal android mobiles, tablets, etc which have been modified by the owners in order to grant them “administrator” level privileges.

Well if that phrase is confusing you, let me tell you that when you buy a cell phone, you get “owner” level privileges, you can do anything you think there is to the device, but that's not the truth.

Non-rooted devices allow you only the surface level features, features which you think exist, while the secret here is that there are some features even underneath the surface level which you didn't even know existed.

So basically, rooting an android device will grant you the highest level of the privilege there is to an android device, which is also called “factory” level access.

So if you're buying the device, why keep features from you? That's a legit question. Well, there's a logical answer to that as well.

Rooting the Android device grants you access to features which if used without proper knowledge might corrupt the device. Or another reason being, rooted devices are more vulnerable to third-party attacks, it becomes easier to hack into your devices from the outside.

So overall, the “non-allowance” of the features is a good thing, it keeps your device safe and you out of the harm's way, and that's the reason that if you root your android device, then it also voids the warranty you had on the device so if something goes wrong, you've got a problem.

Should You Root your Android Device:-

So okay now that we know what a rooted android device is, the normal question that arises is, should we?

In my opinion, we are all common people, we don't have high-profile state secrets or nuclear launch codes, and there aren't a lot of people who would take all the time and effort it requires to get into even a rooted android device of people like us.

And on the bright side, the features that rooting unlocks over-weighs the slight risk of security (it's just my personal opinion), so yeah I have a rooted android device.

So the decision of rooting your android device or not is totally your own choice and assessment of the threat-profit value.

How to Check if Your Android Cellphone Is Rooted or Not:-

So okay finally down to the section you've been waiting for. Wanna learn How can I check and see if my phone is rooted?

Now there might be times when you've rooted your device but you're not sure if the process was successful, of course, because it's not as simple as installing an app from play store, or maybe you un-rooted your device and now you need confirmation that your device is back to the normal access level (can help you get back warranty!)

In any case, “verification” is important, right? So how do you check if your android is rooted or not?

Well, of course, this being the not so “legal” thing, there isn't an official option telling you if your android device is rooted or not, but we can still determine the status of your android device.

So what's the solution for you? Luckily enough there are quite a number of Android root checker applications, and they're free.

All you've got to do is, install one of them and they'll just lay out the facts clean and simple.

How to Check if Your Android Cellphone Is Rooted or Not

So head over to Playstore and download this Root checker app. (Any other root checker app would work too!)

And as you can see there's this “verify” tab which lets you know if your android device is rooted or not.

 How can I check and see if my phone is rooted?

It's as simple as that.

Method to Check for Root Access:-

The other method (a bit more complicated) is to install any terminal from the play store. Just type “terminal” and you'll get tons of them.

How to Tell if Android Phone/Tablet is Rooted

Once you have the application open it and just type “su” without quotes and wait for the response.

If there's any positive response, it means your cell phone is rooted, and if the terminal fails to recognize that command, it means that you aren't a superuser = your cell phone isn't rooted.

Final Words:-

So that was all I had on How to Check if Your Android Cellphone Is Rooted or Not folks. I'm guessing this piece helped? If it did I'd love to hear the feedback from you guys in the comments.

Also if you know other ways to verify if your cell phone has been rooted or not, still do let me know in the comments.

And finally, I really wouldn't mind if you guys hit the share button around and let your social media know of this piece here, could help us get some motivation.

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How to Get Siri for Android?

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In this digital and internet infused era, personal assistants are surely making a buzz. Siri by Apple Inc. is surely one of the pioneers in this sphere. But as you might know that it is available only on Apple devices.

So, what if Android users want Siri on his/her Android device. Is Siri available for Android devices and if yes, then how to use Siri for Android?

If these questions are popping out of your head, then you need to read further to get the answers for those. So, let's dig down this topic.

How to get Siri for Android?

Well, to be honest, this is a vague or ambiguous title as we cannot have Siri onto our Android device.

So, if you are searching for terms like how to download Siri for Android or how to install Siri for Android, you better buy an iPhone. However, if you want, then you can have some other applications which have features and lookalikes like Siri.

So, from now on and to the end of this article on “how to get Siri for Android?”, we will be telling you about some of the best alternatives of Siri for Android operating systems.

Before proceeding forward, let us first see what are the features that make Siri so efficient that makes us envy it.

To brief the discussion, Siri is an ultra-efficient personal assistant that makes life easy. Unfortunately, it is available only for Apple device owners.

You can place calls, messages, book movie tickets. All that you need to do is to ask Siri, and it will help you get things done.

So, let's get started with some of the Siri alternatives for Android:

Google Now

How to get siri for android

We all are aware of the fact that Google is a pioneer in the world of the internet. So, what's better than a personal assistant by Google itself. Google Now is one such.

To add to this amazing list, Google Now is an inbuilt feature in Android. So, one doesn't need to install it all by himself/herself.

So, let's talk about the ostentatious features of Google now. In a nutshell, Google now is your voice assistant.

You can use Google now to commute easily as it can make you aware of how long it will take to reach your destination address, it can help you stay updated with the latest news and happenings. You can set up reminders and access them anywhere.

Also, you can ask Google now literally anything, and it will fetch the corresponding results from Google itself and get back to you in no time. There are a plethora of other features that gives you more reasons to use Google Now on your Android device.

Also, if you are using the recent Android versions then Google now is now able to give you context and background of the text on other applications.

Most of all, this whole package comes with no cost and is highly efficient. So, this can be an alternative if you are looking for something akin to Siri for Android.

Cortana

How to get siri for android

Apple has Siri, Google has Google Now, and then there is Windows which came up with its personal assistant named CORTANA. On a previous occasion, it was available exclusively for Windows device but recently it was made available for iOS and Android devices also.

Cortana application is capable of doing most of the things which it can do in Windows systems.

As per the parent company description, Cortana is an intelligent personal assistant. Like all other personal assistants, it helps you to organize your things like setting up an alarm, searching for information, weather forecast and what not.

New features in Cortana includes tracking notifications on Android devices. As, we have already told you that it is available on Android devices so, regarding features, it directly competes with Google now.

Concerning price details, let us tell you that it comes at no cost. So, you can give it a try if you are seeking any alternatives to Siri.

Iris

By far, we have talked about the big giants in this industry. So, here comes the Iris personal assistant who is capable of doing some of the things which a personal assistant is supposed to do.

Iris can perform a usual search, make a call, set alarms and reminders and integrate with social media. The speech recognization feature is pretty impressive.

You could try it once if all the other mentioned failed to give you the desired results.

Vlingo

Yet another personal assistant with some of the basic features as compared to all other applications out there. Speech Recognization features are somewhat average if you are habitual of speaking at a fast pace.

If not, then you won't be disappointed. The accuracy of the results is its main unique selling point. It can give you the desired results and can help you get organized effectively.

How to get siri for android

Maluuba

This unique mobile assistant with an amazing user interface like the Windows design. It has features similar to every other personal assistant mentioned in this list and helps you get closer to the things which you are seeking from an alternative of Siri.

How to get siri for android

One thing to look at it is that it might not be available in some specific country yet which includes India also. So, you might have to disappoint if you were thinking to go for it.

So, you got to try it once and make your life utterly organized and productive.

So, this was all about “how to get Siri for Android?” We hope that this article has helped you in getting the right alternative of Siri for your Android device.

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How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0?

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Don’t you have a smartphone running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow? That’s why you are here, right?

If you like to play with the phone’s different settings, you want to check the running apps as well. Checking the running apps gets you the information about memory usage. According to the same report, you can limit the usage of memory sucking apps for better performance.

Here in this article, you are going to read how to access Android’s list of running apps on 6.0 Marshmallow. Is it different from the lower versions? Well, let’s find out here.

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0?

So yeah, accessing the running applications on Marshmallow isn’t the same as it used to be. If you are a newbie user and, you want to access the list of active apps, you can’t do it alone.

Why because Google has hidden the settings. But don’t worry! You can open the same without sweating much with the help of this tutorial.

But before we do, I want to let you know how people managed running apps on Android 5.x and below.

N.B- I am not dealing with the apps running foreground. You can do it easily by tapping on the recent apps capacitive (or onscreen) button.

Also Read:- How to Restore Deleted Photos From Android Phones?

How to Access Running Apps List on Lollipop and Below?

Google directly provided the option to check the list of running apps on Android Lollipop and versions below that.

In case you have a device with such versions, check out the steps given below to open the running apps list.

Step 1: Pick up your phone and, open Settings. Whenever we want to change something on Android, the Settings panel is what you must access.

Step 2: Scroll down below to see a specific option called Apps. Don’t hesitate to tap on the same to proceed further.

Step 3: Once you reach the next screen, you can see a Running tab. Switch to the same and, there you go!

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0

You can see the running apps and services on the screen.

So it’s time to have a look at how we can do the same on Marshmallow.

How to Check Running Apps List in Android 6.0 Marshmallow?

As I said earlier, you can’t open the list of apps running in the background like you used to do on the lower version. You need to activate a feature to get you this extra option.

Apparently, not every Android user wants to know how to check running apps in Android 6.0. That’s why Google hid this feature.

But they haven’t really removed it from the Android ecosystem that you can access the list by going through a few simple steps.

Follow the steps given below to open the list of running apps on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It’s not a mammoth task, I swear!

Step 1: Pick up your Android phone and open Settings. At this point, I want you to ensure the fact that your phone is running on Android 6.0.

In order to do the same, scroll down to the bottom and, open About the phone. You can see an option called the Android version on the next screen.

Check whether you see 6.0 or higher beneath the same.

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0

In case your device is running on a lower version, feel free to go back to the previous section in this article to manage the running apps.

Step 2: Once you make sure about your Android version, don’t go back because the screen you get after About the phone is what we need here.

I have already told you that we need to enable a feature to get the running apps list. That feature is called Developer options.

You can’t see the same on a brand new Android device. Users who need extra privileges and features enable it with a simple tweak.

Scroll down to the bottom of the same screen where you checked the Android version. Can you see Build number there?

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0

N.B.- You can’t see the Build number on the same place on every device. Phones running on stock Android don’t have any difference. But on phones like Samsung and LG, you have to choose Software info from the About page screen.

Step 3: Continuously tap seven times on Build number until you see a toast notification like ‘You are now a developer’ or ‘You become a developer’ (may vary from device to device).

If you don’t see the same, you did something wrong. Make sure you tap seven simultaneous times.

Step 4: Now go back to the Settings panel and, you can see a new option there right below the About phone called Developer options. Open it.

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0

Step 5: Tapping on the Developer options menu gets you to a whole new screen with a lot of unknown features to you.

I don’t recommend you should enable any of them now as what you need is the way to access running apps.

You will see an option labeled Running services there. Tap on the same.

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Boom! This is what you are looking for. You can now see all the apps and services running on the background and foreground on your device.

Step 6: To cease any running process, you have to choose any app you want to close and tap on the Stop button. That’s it.

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0

Alternatively, you can stop the app by accessing Settings>> Apps>> Choose any app>> Press force close.

How to Manage Running Apps in Android 6.0

I recommend the second way to close the apps whereas you can use the first method to stop services running in the background.

Wrapping Up

I think you know how to manage running apps in Android 6.0. As an additional detail, I explained the method for lower versions as well.

I hope I have explained everything without any scope for confusion.

In case you have any doubts regarding this article, you can reach out to me using the comment section down below. I will be more than glad to help you out.

And, I hope you will share this tutorial with your friends on social media.

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