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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2 Apps to Lock Other Apps Using Touch ID on Jailbroken iPhones

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While talking about the iAppLock sometime ago, I promised to come up with an app for the iPhone 5s and above that enables you to use Touch ID to lock individual apps. I know I’m a bit late with making good on that promise and I apologize, but the whole time I was waiting for a […]

Microsoft Lumia 532 Review: For Windows Phone Fans With a Tight Budget

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Just 3 months after launching the first Microsoft branded Lumia smartphone, the company is out with two budget phones. The Lumia 532 and 435 are the two budget smartphones Microsoft has launched to lure the entry level customers in the Indian market. I was using the Lumia 532 as my default device for the last […]

How to Downgrade Samsung Android Devices from Lollipop to 4.4 KitKat

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Change is the only constant, and yet we find it hard to embrace. Wouldn’t you agree? Here’s a ‘techie’ example: Windows XP. Definitely the longest lasting operating system in history (or Microsoft’s history). Vista was a disaster but Windows 7 wasn’t. And yet people didn’t want to leave their XP comfort zone. Windows XP continued […]

2 Apps to Effortlessly Transfer Files From Windows Phone to Computer (and Vice Versa)

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The word wireless might have a few more letters than wired, but it sure asks for less effort from the user with any task. Given a choice, I am sure no one would opt for a wired means of communication when a seamless wireless option is available. So today I am going to show you two apps you can use […]

How to Install Xposed Framework on Android Lollipop

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One of the many reasons for a hardcore Android user not to update to a Lollipop ROM was the missing Xposed Framework. If you have been using it since the days of KitKat, I don’t need to mention the kind of awesomeness it brings to your droids. However, once Lollipop was released, Google fixed the […]

How to Play Any Video on a Pop-Up Frame on Android using Xposed

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Multitasking as a habit may not lead to a productive life, but with such powerful devices that reside in our pockets, it would be a complete waste to ignore the habit while working on our smartphones. One example is when we are working on text and audio files. Although we can use multi-windows to read […]

How to Get Lollipop-like Task Switcher on Any Android

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Waiting for an OS update to come to an Android device can take forever, and for many users, it might not even arrive. That’s an area where Android loses against iOS and Windows phones. I, too, am waiting for the promised update on my Xperia Z , and needless to say, the wait doesn’t thrill me. […]

3 Features of MIUI 6 Often Mistaken as Bugs

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My last few weeks with Mi4 MIUI 6 were full of surprises. The ROM is feature packed to the brim and if you have recently switched from a stock Android to MIUI, I am sure you are in for a lot of amazing stuff. While I know about most of the features of MIUI 6, […]

How to Map or Mount Android as a Drive on Windows

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I have always hated the idea of using cables to transfer data between my devices. Be it photos or music, wireless file transfer solutions have always captivated me. This has motivated me to find wireless file transfer solutions for Android smartphones, many of which I’ve shared with you in the past. From wireless file transfers between Androids, […]

How to Get the Lollipop Style Lock Screen on Every Android

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The Android lock screen was one of the major changes in the recent Lollipop release by Google. Unlike any of the previous releases, this one allows users to get a glimpse of incoming notifications on their lock screens so they can directly open the related app. Just like iOS. The updated lock screen was welcomed by most users, […]

Disa: The Unified Android Messaging Service We’ve All Been Waiting For

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Today our contacts are scattered across different social and messaging networks and it can be difficult to keep track of conversations you have across various services. Your friend might make dinner plans with you over SMS, ping you the address of the diner on Facebook, and then give you his location update on WhatsApp. What I’m […]

How to Launch Apps While Typing On Android

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Android always strives to make multitasking easy for users. It’s one of the fundamental pillars that lead to Android’s dominance over other (read iOS) smartphone platforms. Even in the latest release Google made app switching faster. However, this only works if you already have the app running in the background. If you need to launch […]

How to Use Gallery Doctor to Clean Unwanted Photos on Android

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Folks born in the 80’s and 90’s would remember the days when camera rolls meant a color negative of just 36 photos. With limited and expensive resources, we were always extra cautious while taking photos on the cameras. Proper lighting, smiles, and the frame mattered to us. But with the dawn of the digital age […]

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 […]