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Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Transfer Pictures to SD Card in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

If your concern is keeping the internal storage has free space enough to work properly, then one thing that you can do is by setting the SD card as the default storage in the Camera app so that all pictures or photos taken with camera will be saved to the SD card automatically. Even so, there are some pictures that will be saved to the internal storage by default, e.g: pictures taken with camera using certain mode, downloaded pictures from the Internet app, received pictures via Bluetooth/Wi-Fi Direct/S Beam/Android beam, screenshot, etc. For these pictures, you can manually transfer them, either by copying or moving, to the SD card so that they won't eat up your internal storage.


How to copy pictures to SD card?
Copying pictures will duplicate the original pictures and then paste them to the new place. It's more safer than moving the pictures since you won't get the risk of losing your files, but it takes more time since you will need to manually delete the original pictur…

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Remove an Email Account from Gmail App in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

The latest version of Gmail app, Gmail 5.0, has a new feature that will let you to add multiple accounts, either Google email accounts or third-party email accounts. By utilizing this feature, now you can easily manage all of your accounts since they are all now in the same place. In Gmail app, you cannot only add accounts, but also remove account with ease. It'll be useful when you want to remove unwanted or unused email accounts from Gmail app.


How to remove an email account from Gmail app?
Generally, there are two methods that can be used to remove an email account from Gmail app: from the Gmail app itself and from the settings menu. Also, please note that these methods only remove email accounts from your phone and you can still re-add them in the future.


Method #1: From Gmail app itself
Open Gmail app.Tap located at the top left corner of the screen.Tap the currently used email address and then tap Manage accounts to view all accounts that have been added into Gmail app. Google…

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Clear All Cached App Data in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

When an app in your phone is misbehaving, clear the app cache is one of the most common methods to fix the problem. Clear the app cache can also be done to free up some space though it's only temporary since the app will re-create the cache once you run the app. However, if your concern is to free up some space, it'd better if you clear all cached app data. It'll save you more time than if you have to clear the cache manually, app per app.


How to clear all cached app data?
You can do so by using the following steps:
Swipe down the top of the screen to open up the notification panel and then tap to go to the settings menu.With the settings menu is displayed in grid view, scroll down to the System section and then tap Storage .Tap Cached data to clear all cached data for all apps.Tap OK button to confirm.All cached app data have been cleared.
As a note, if you'd like to clear all app caches periodically without having to do the steps above again and again manually, you ca…

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Clear App Cache in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

Some of you may already know that the phone saves the app cache in order to improve the app performance and make it load faster. In a normal state, the app cache shouldn't cause any problem for your phone, but it sometimes can be corrupted and cause the app to misbehave or experience an error, for instance the app crashes, the app is not working properly, the app runs slower than usual, etc. In this case, you need to clear the app cache to fix the problem.


How to clear app cache?
There are two methods that can be used to access the clear cache option: from the apps menu and from the app manager.


Method #1: From the Apps menu
This method can be applied for all apps that are listed in the apps menu. But, as the example, we'll try performing clear cache for Internet app from the apps menu by using the following steps:
In Home screen, tap Apps to go to the apps menu.Tap and hold the Internet app icon and then drag it to the App info icon located at the top of the screen.In the App …

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Add a Third-Party Email Account in Gmail App in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

If you used to manage your non-Gmail email accounts in the stock Email app, now you can add and manage them in the Gmail app since its latest version, Gmail 5.0, has a new feature that will let you to add third-party email accounts, e.g: Yahoo, AOL Mail, Outlook, etc. By adding all of your email accounts(either Gmail or third-party email accounts) in one place, you'll be able to save your time because you can switch between accounts and manage them with ease.


How to add a third-party email account in Gmail app?
As the example, we'll try adding a Yahoo email account in Gmail app. See the following steps to do so:
Open Gmail app.Tap located at the top left corner of the screen.Tap the currently used email address and then tap Add account.Tap Personal(IMAP/POP) and then tap OK button.Enter your Yahoo email address and then tap Next button.Enter your Yahoo email password and then tap Next button.If needed, you can configure the account options here, such as: sync frequency, downloa…

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Send an Email Message in Gmail App in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

The floating red compose button is a new feature that can be found in the latest Gmail version, Gmail 5.0. This button gives Gmail app a new look since it replaces the regular-compose-email icon that you used to find on the action bar. This button will also let you to easily access the email composition window since it's always accessible regardless the inbox category or the email label that is being opened.


How to send an email message in Gmail app?
You can do so by using the following steps:
Open Gmail app. By default, the primary inbox of the currently used account will be displayed.Tap located at the bottom right corner of the screen.By default, the From field will automatically be filled with the email address of the currently used account. But, if you have added multiple accounts and want to switch to the other one, then you can easily do so by tapping and then select the required account you want to use to send the email message.In the To field, enter the recipient's e…

Samsung Galaxy S5: How to Switch Between Accounts in Gmail App in Android 4.4.2 Kitkat

If you have updated your Gmail app to the latest version, Gmail 5.0, you may notice that this app now has a new feature to add multiple accounts directly from the app itself. Multiple accounts let you have different accounts for different purposes or have different settings on each account. To facilitate you managing your multiple accounts, Gmail app lets you to use multiple sign-in to easily switch between accounts without having to sign out the currently used account just so you can sign in to the other one.


How to switch between accounts in Gmail app?
Assuming that you have added multiple Google accounts in your phone, then you can use these two common methods to switch between accounts in Gmail app: by dragging the profile photo and by tapping the email address.


Method #1: By dragging the profile photo
Open Gmail app.Tap located at the top left corner of the screen.The profile photo of the currently used account is displayed in a bigger icon at the top left corner of the screen.If y…