How to enable Adobe Flash on Samsung Galaxy S4? Seriously, who need to use Flash nowadays? Personally, I don’t care about Flash at all on my mobile devices. But there are certain websites which still using Flash content as their main page. You can’t continue without Flash installed. They should change into HTML5 standard but not yet. So Flash is a must on Galaxy S4 when browse those websites.
Adobe Flash Player on Samsung Galaxy S4
Can’t find your Android application on Google Play Store? Well, Play Store is not the only place to get Android applications and games. If you can’t find certain application like AdFree apk (which removed from Play Store), it can be found on other sites on the Internet. Or application and mod apk from XDA Forum. By the way, only install apk on Samsung Galaxy S4 from the developer that you know. Else you might install malware or virus on your Galaxy S4. They can cost you money, data loss or even stole your personal data. Therefore, don’t install warez (pirated apps and games) out there.
Enable Unknown sources on Samsung Galaxy S4
Samsung latest Super AMOLED screen on Samsung Galaxy S4 is the best AMOLED panel so far. I really love the true black on Galaxy S4. No backlight at all on black colour pixels (you still can see some backlight on Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2). And 1080p Full HD on 5″ screen brings DPI up to a standard that I don’t even care it is a PenTile matrix. Yes, you can’t see pixel at all on normal usage. However, it still have its weakness where colours are way too oversaturate (at least for me on default settings). Luckily, you can change the colours with several screen modes provided by Samsung.
Galaxy S4 screen mode
Hey, where is the Developer options on Samsung Galaxy S4? No worry, Developer options is still there in Galaxy S4. Google made a change on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean onward where Developer options is hidden by default. Yes, I agree that’s a good decision because normal users don’t need to use it anyway except developers and hardcore users. Do you?
Developer options on Samsung Galaxy S4
You can’t find much bloatware on Google Nexus series. But this is not the case for carrier or other brand Android devices. Usually, they are loaded with several bloatwares (applications that you don’t need and use at all). Same apply to Samsung Galaxy S4. There are some applications that I do use use at all. And you can’t uninstall them using the normal way because they are system applications. But you can disable them and stop them from using your precious CPU and memory resources. Well, this method does not remove bloatware totally but have the same effect. Why? You can’t use system storage anyway even after actually removed those bloatware from system storage. Therefore, disable and remove are the same to me (unless you manage to reduce system partition and increase data partition manually).
Disable bloatware on Samsung Galaxy S4