About Ashish Mundhra

Ashish Mundhra is a tech blogger from TechPanache and is an enthusiast in the field of technology. A software engineer, he enjoys learning about technological advancements and exploring the gamut of new developments in the field. Once versed with the knowledge, he loves sharing his experiences and experiments with the world.

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How to Easily Record Your Android Screen as a Video on Your Computer without Root Access

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In one of our last posts, we mentioned how the upgrade to Lollipop would be a boon to developers. The option to record Android screens without rooting the device is now available, so I dare say things will get a tad bit easy. But I don’t see the majority of Android devices getting the Lollipop […]

Windows 10 Start Menu: Change Design, Disable Bing Search and More

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I can’t think or talk about design without thinking about Steve Jobs (and what he said about that). Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is “how it works”. And when you think about it, at the end of the day, it really doesn’t matter how colorful or trendy a […]

How to Organize Google+ Auto Uploaded Photos into Albums

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Photo sharing services are available in abundance these days with Facebook and Flickr being the top contenders. While most of my friends and family are on Facebook, I still stick to Google+ when it comes to photo sharing. I can give you not just one, but many reasons I prefer Google over Facebook and other similar services. The auto upload […]

How to Install and Apply Custom Fonts on Jailbroken iPhones

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We humans get tired of seeing and hearing the same things over and again and that’s the reason we love to change wallpapers and ringtones of our smartphones. But have you ever thought about the fact that fonts (icons, settings, text messages, emails)  are one thing you come across all the time and yet iOS gives […]

How to See Your Android Usage Stats and Get Real-Time Reports

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I wouldn’t have believed anyone if they said that I use my smartphone for an average of 3 hours daily. Whatever the reason, whether it be reading, chatting or just playing games, spending 3 hours exclusively on your phone is not insignificant by any means. It’s like 12% of your entire day, while you sleep for […]

How to Lock Individual Apps on Jailbroken iPhone with iAppLock

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Recently we did an article where we warned about the fake apps on the App Store that claim to lock other apps for you. Android makes it very easy to lock individual apps without any issues. But the way iOS is built, it’s not possible for an app to lock other apps – unless, of […]

How to Root and Unroot Xiaomi Mi 4

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We all know that rooting brings out the awesomeness in any Android device, but due to the fear of losing the warranty or bricking the phone we always hesitate to take the step. But if you are a Xiaomi user, you’ve got nothing to fear. The company has announced that it will cover all devices […]

How to Quickly Mute a Chrome Tab That’s Playing Audio

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In one of its last updates, Chrome rolled out a feature that puts up a speaker icon next to any tab that’s playing audio or video. It might look like a small, inconsequential upgrade, but make no mistake, this is a lifesaver. Especially when one of those auto playing video ads start on a web […]

What Do Dalvik, AOSP, Deodexed, GAPPS and Other Common Android Terms Mean?

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I still remember the day when I first rooted and flashed a custom ROM on my Samsung Galaxy S. I was in college and was getting started with Android at that time. While flashing the device, I came across many new words and acronyms related to the Android ecosystem, of which I had no clue about back […]

Xiaomi Mi 4 Review: A Good Device That Could Have Been Great

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After the Mi 3 was a bit hit, Xioami got ready to launch their next flagship phone in India this month. Enter the Mi 4. I attended the launch in Bangalore and was provided with a review unit, which I used as my primary phone for about a week. The competition in the Indian mid-segment smartphone […]

How to Restore Moto G 2014 Back to Stock or Install Titan Prime Custom Recovery

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In my last article about the Moto G, 2nd generation, I talked about how the all-new Lollipop updates on the device didn’t get a warm welcome from users, at least not the kind we were expecting. With many bugs in the release and lots of issues with the user interface, most users are thinking of […]

How to Unlock Bootloader and Root Moto G 2014 Running on Lollipop

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Motorola recently pushed the Lollipop update to their Moto G 2 2014 devices and things didn’t really go as planned. From the stripped power menu to dual SIM data bugs, there have been some issues that has caused some outrage among Moto G loyalists. The best way out of such a situation would be to […]

How to Get One-Handed Operation on Any Android Device

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I’ve been playing around with the Xiaomi Mi 4 review unit for sometime now. During my usage, I noticed that the screen would shrink to the bottom left or right edge of the phone. I almost thought this might be a bug until I found that this was one of the new features of MIUI 6, […]

Only Want to Share Links Between Android and Computer? Ditch AirDroid and Pushbullet

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Sharing web links between my computer and Android is something I do on a regular basis. Makes it easy to continue reading whatever I was reading on the web while commuting to the office. Then later, when I’m at my desk, I transfer the link back to my office computer. The bigger screen is good […]