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It’s that time again! Thanks for all the questions you’ve been sending in; it’s great to be able to help you out with your Android issues. Keep them coming :)

This time we’re talking about Android vs. iPhone, tablet screen resolutions, separating your contacts into groups for work and friends, and how to turn off that blasted sound effect whenever you take a photo.

Read on for plenty of Android knowledge, and details on how to have your own questions answered.
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It’s time for another “Ask the Editor” post today. Thanks for all the questions you’ve been sending in; it’s great to be able to help you out with your Android issues. Keep them coming!

This time we’re talking about budget Android tablets, widgets, launchers, and permissions.

Read on for plenty of useful Android knowledge. I hope you’ll find it handy for our own situation as well!
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We’re kicking off a new post series today, called “Ask the Editor”. This is a great way for you to ask questions and get help for all things Android. Just as on the other sites in the AppStorm network, you can submit your question, and I’ll publish my responses on the site. Whether you’re brand new to Android and want some help getting set up, are looking for an app to do a certain task, or want to know what options are out there for power users, I’m here to help!

You’ve already asked some great questions, so read on to find my answers (and learn how to submit your own questions for next time).
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We’re going to be kicking off a new series next week, called “Ask the Editor”. This will run a few times each month, and give you a chance to submit questions to be answered by our editorial team (and a few expert writers, if we need some assistance!)

Whether you have a question related to Android apps, accessories, or hardware, I’d really love to hear it! I’ll do my best to answer a series of diverse questions that will be interesting for everyone.

Without further ado, here’s a quick form to submit your question for next week’s post. With a bit of luck, you’ll be seeing my response up on AppStorm soon. Thanks for contributing!


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