Ultimate Google Android Phone Tutorial

How to Do Everything on a Google Android Phone

OVERVIEW: You will learn how to do several basic and advanced tasks with a mobile phone running Google’s Android Operating System in this series of Andriod Video Tutorials.

Google Android Phone Tutorial

I Got My New Android Phone, Now What?

If you’re one of the millions of people who have a mobile phone with Google’s Android operating system, congratulations. There are so many things that you can do with your new phone that you might be a little intimidated. Don’t worry, I have a bunch of resources that will help you get up and running with your cool new gadget. Not to mention a few that will teach you some advanced tricks.

Here are some of the things that you will learn:

  • Use Your Android Phone on an Airplane Without Getting into Trouble
  • Close Running Tasks and Save Your Battery
  • Surfing the Web with Andriod’s Browser
  • Finding Applications to Download from the Android Market Place
  • How to Use Your Android to Play Music in Your Car
  • How to Change the Wallpaper an Android Phone
  • Create Custom Ring Tones for Your Android Phone
  • Plus more cool and useful tricks

Use Your Android Phone on an Airplane Without Getting into Trouble

Airlines have rules about using electronic gadgets while flying. You also aren’t allowed to use cell phones while in the air. If you turn on airplane mode, however, you can still access applications on your phone but turn all wireless communications off. Perfect for if you want to compose an email, play a game or watch a movie while in flight.

Close Running Tasks and Save Your Battery

This tutorial will show you how to quickly close running tasks on your Andriod phone. This will help you save battery life and free up memory for other apps.

Surfing the Web with Andriod’s Browser


Learn how to browse and surf the internet/web using your Google Android smart phone. Adjust your Internet settings.The following video shows How to Surf the Web Using a Google Android Phone.

Finding Applications to Download from the Android Market Place

Search the Android Market from Your Android Phone – The Android Market has thousands of applications that you can downloaded for your device. You can search for applications, sort out those that are free from those that cost, and more.

The following video shows how to search through the Android Market Place to find the applications that you want to install on your phone.

How to Use Your Android to Play Music in Your Car

Use Android to Play Music in Your Car –
CNET’s Antuan Goodwin shows you three ways to use your Android phone to play music through your car’s stereo.

How to Change the Wallpaper an Android Phone

When you first turn on your new phone, it can be a little boring. Learn how to personalize your Android phone by changing the Wallpaper across your Home screens. This will also allow you to configure your application launchers in a way that is most efficient for your tastes.

Create Custom Ring Tones for Your Android Phone

One of the cool things about Android phones is that you can create custome ringtones out of just about music. (Why my iPhone can’t do that puzzles me.) This video will show you how to create a custom Android ringtone from just about any audio file you have on your Android phone or your computer.


Other Android Phone Tutorials

Here are some other good places to learn cool tricks for using an Android phone.

What Do You Think?

What other cool or helpful tips do you know of for using the Android Operating System do you have? Please write any suggestions in the comments below.

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5 responses on “Ultimate Google Android Phone Tutorial

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  2. James Jones

    Thank you for the tutorial. I had Advanced Task Killer and used it as you instructed. However, when I waited 5 minutes and checked it again, many of the apps were already running again when I did not use them for anything else. Is there I way I can stop them from restarting?

    1. Richard

      Even after an active application has been closed, it might still be loaded in the memory.

      Using Task Manager, click on RAM. Click on “Clear memory.”

      That will clear “inactive and background” processes.

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