New devices like smartphones or tablets don't come with user's manuals describing what everything does anymore. Other than a few setup steps, you're on your own when it comes to configuring your phone how you need it.
This site was created in response to the frustration of finding accurate information about the settings on Android phones.
Read our in-depth information about Android settings and view our Android guides.
Pairing and using Bluetooth devices isn't as complicated as some make it out to be. This article attempts to explain in simple terms how Bluetooth pairing works and which common things people say about it …
Describes the configuration options available in Android's built-in Camera app, for altering image resolution, where images are stored and more.
A summary of the new features and functionality introduced in Android 9 (Pie), including further enhancements to battery life and intelligent "adaptive" features which learn how you use your device.
An overview of the new features in Android 8 (Oreo) and 8.1. Android's Oreo release brought new features such as Picture-In-Picture mode for using other apps while a video continues playing in the corner, …
Fixed Dialing Numbers allows you to restrict the phone numbers a device is allowed to dial to those on a pre-defined list.
Configuration of the Voicemail service, a service supported by carriers for recording voice messages when you do not answer an incoming call.
Some of Android's settings can be found outside of the system Settings menu, located within built-in apps instead, such as the Phone app.
Settings found in Android's Phone app, including settings for Phone ringtone, Dialpad tones, Quick responses, Voicemail and Fixed Dialing Numbers (FDN).