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according to More: How to share photos on Android (and our favorite apps to use)How to hide photos on your Android phone using built-in featuresSadly, there’s no secure function for hiding photos on a stock Android device.
However, many Android device manufacturers offer built-in privacy features that help you to hide your photos and other files easily.
Here’s how to hide photos on your Android device.
We advise turning on Auto disable in Private mode, too, so that your private content is automatically hidden when your screen turns off.
There’s a small padlock icon in the notification bar when Private mode is on, alerting you to the fact that private content is accessible.
Three Calling Apps to Replace the Boring Dialer on Your Android Phone
Download Hangouts dialer from Google Play (Free)These are three calling apps you should try out.
To find these calling apps, we browsed through Google Play and tried out a lot of the different apps, checked user reviews, and recommendations online.
Download Drupe from Google Play (Free)3) Hangouts DialerThe Hangouts dialer app is an add-on to the now-forgotten Hangouts messaging service from Google.
Out of the lot, here are three calling apps that are worth installing on your smartphone.
1) TrueCallerThe king of third-party calling apps, TrueCaller is functional for many reasons.
Note the warning when you root an Android phone.
And if you get a Google Pixel, Android is better than ever, thanks to Google Assistant, which will soon come to other Android phones.
Even though some people may find rooting an Android phone to be worthwhile, you should know that by doing so, you’re opening up your phone to potential issues and problems.
Rooting your Android phone gives you access to the operating system powering your device, including the parts of the OS that are closed to the outside world.
MORE: Best Unlocked Android SmartphonesSome of the impetus for rooting was driven by the questionable decisions of Android handset manufacturers and cellular carriers.