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How to Enable Google Assistant on Any Android Marshmallow Device (No Root & Allo)

Many people want to try Google Assistant, but this function is not officially available for many Android devices and for people outside US, and even Google Allo is not favored by many users. Here is a tested solution to enable Google Assistant on any Android Marshmallow device without root.

Requirements:
1. Install latest Google App BETA
Open Google Play Store, search for "Google", enter into "Google" app page, scroll down to choose "I'm in" when you see Become a beta tester sector. Beta signup takes a few minutes.

2. Install latest Google Play Services BETA
Install Beta version Google Play Services like Google App Beta. Go to My apps & games> BETA to make sure these two apps are Beta version.

3. Install any fake GPS app

4. Install any free VPN app

Step 1. Go to phone Settings> Application manager> Google Play Services, select Storage> MANAGE STORAGE> CLEAR ALL DATA.
Step 2. Open free VPN and connect a USA route.
Step 3. Open fake GPS, then…

How to Root Samsung Galaxy S5 G906K (Android 4.4.2)

This is a tutorial for Samsung Galaxy S5 G906K (Android 4.4.2). Please don't use the files to root other models.

Preparation 1. Install Odin on your Windows computer.
Download 2. Download TWRP for Samsung S5 G906K to your PC.
Download 3. Download root package for Samsung S5 G906K (4.4.2) to your phone memory or SD card storage.
Download 
Part 1. Install Custom Recovery TWRP Step 1. Run Odin on your computer, and make sure Auto-Reboot and F. Reset Time are checked. Step 2. Power off your Samsung. Step 3. Enter Download mode: hold Home+Power+Volume down at the same time until the screen in Korea on, and then press Volume up. Step 4. Connect your phone to PC via a USB cable. Step 5. On Odin, click "AP"  Step 6. Locate the TWRP recovery file, and open it.  Step 7. Click "Start" and wait. Step 8. Your Samsung should reboot when the flash is complete. Note: If you want to exit Download mode manually, please press Power+Volume down for about 7 seconds and then the device …

How to Recover Tango Photos from Android

With Tango, you can use SMS more joyful. However, if you deleted Tango messages, photos and videos by mistake, it would be a great pity. In this blog, you'll learn how to undelete Tango messages, photos and videos from Android phone and tablet.
Recover Deleted Tango Photos and Videos from Android without BackupiReparo Android Recovery can recover deleted photos and videos from Android phone, including the images and video clips of Tango app.

Step 1. Install and run iReparo for Android on your computer.

Step 2. Select "Multimedia" for photo/video/audio recovery, Database for SMS recovery. You may choose "All" for Tango message/photo/video recovery.
Step 3. Choose file formats for filtering, and then click "Next".
Step 4. Connect your phone to PC via a USB cable.
Step 5. Follow on-screen guide to allow the program recognize your phone.
Step 6. Start to Scan lost Tango chats on your phone.
Step 7. Preview messages, images and videos.
Step 8. Select and Re…

How to Recover Snapchat Photos and Videos from Android

Method 1. Recover Deleted Snapchat Photos and Videos from Android without Backup
iReparo Android Recovery can recover deleted photos and videos from Android phone, including the images and video clips of Snapchat app.

Step 1. Install and run iReparo for Android on your computer.
Step 2. Select "Multimedia" for photo/video/audio recovery.
Step 3. Choose file formats for filtering, and then click "Next".
Step 4. Connect your phone to PC via a USB cable.
Step 5. Follow on-screen guide to allow the program recognize your phone.
Step 6. Start to Scan lost Snapchat photos and videos on your phone.
Step 7. Preview images and videos.
Step 8. Select and Recover Snapchat pictures and videos from your phone to PC.

Method 2. Restore Deleted Snapchat Photos and Videos from Android Cache
Usually, deleted Snapchat photos can be found in a particular folder in Android phones. All received files end in .nomedia, an extension that makes them ‘invisible’.
When you accidentally delete …