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40 Android Codes You Probably Need To Learn Right Away

Sometimes we want to test some features of our phone. Unfortunately, there are no apps to do that for you. And even if there are actually some apps that offer a similar test it just does not seem right. Did you know that there are actually secret Android codes inside your Android operating system? And it can tell you exactly about some of its features and even hidden capabilities.

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If you are thinking about rooting involved, you are wrong. These codes are legit and will function on your default unmodified firmware. If you are familiar with the code *#06# to view your device’s IMEI, then those are the codes that I am talking about. And what will surprise you is there are 40 codes that we learned that might be of good use for you.

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40 Android codes

Yes, you read that right. There are presently 40 Android codes that are available for you to explore. See if some of these codes will be very useful for you. Half of these codes have been used to work around to some of the most common problems of many Android users.

Android Codes

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How to Run Android on Chromebook

Did you hear about how Android apps run on Chromebook or Chrome OS device? If yes, then you probably know the simple steps on doing it. But for the sake of those who do not have any idea up to now, we’ll list down the steps that you can follow for you to be able to run any Android applications on your Chromebook.

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Basically, Android apps are for Android phones. Windows and Mac OS use tools like emulators and screen-mirroring to run Android apps. And finally, Google allowed Chrome OS devices to access the Google Play Store and run these Android apps into it.

So, let’s get into the tutorial.

Run Android Apps on Chromebook

Not all Chromebook have builtin Google Play Store but it will be come out soon to every Chrome OS device. If your device has already pre-installed Google Play Store, follow the steps below.

  1. Turn on your Chromebook. 
  2. Click on the bottom right corner of your device screen.
  3. Then, select Settings.
  4. Under “Android Apps,” click “Enable Android Apps to run on your Chromebook.”
  5. Select “Get Started.”
  6. Agree to the Terms of Service that pops up on your screen.
  7. Finally, Google Play Store will open. Log-in to your Google account and start searching, downloading, installing, running and enjoying your favorite Android apps on your Chromebook.

That’s it! Easy right? If you follow the instructions carefully, you are now able to run any Android apps on your Chrome OS device.

Reminder

To be able to run Android apps, your Chromebook should be running on 
Chrome OS version 53 or higher. If not, you may need to upgrade your system or your device.

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TP-LINK AC1350 Admin, Username, Password and Setup Guide

For those of you wondering how to access the TP-Link AC1350 control center, you found the right article to learn how to do it. This is going to be a straightforward and we will make it as simple yet as comprehensive as possible. Since basically, the whole process is going to be short, all you need is to follow the instructions carefully. Otherwise, you won’t have to do this again when you miss out on one detail or so.

How to access the TP-Link AC1350 router

Before we head straight for the simple username and password login access, we have to address first the scenarios as to why you would need to do this. For those users who locked themselves out from the TP-Link AC1350 router access, you will have to reset the router to its factory settings. This is how you should do it.

Reset To Factory Settings

  1. The best and simplest way to reset this TP-Link router, all you need to do is to follow the 30-30-30 method.
  2. This method needs you to press the reset button for 30 seconds while the router’s power is still on.
  3. Then while still holding the reset button, unplug the power cord of the TP-Link router for another 30 seconds.
  4. Once done with the 30 seconds, plug back in and turn on the router. All while still holding the reset button for another 30 seconds again. After that, your TP-Link router would have turned back to its factory settings.

Admin Login

  1. First is to make sure your TP-Link AC1350 is already turned on and that your device is connected to it and not to any other Wi-Fi network.
  2. Open your web browser and type in the address bar 192.168.l.l.
  3. A prompt to enter your username and password credentials will pop up. Just type “admin” for username and “admin” for the password.
  4. Hit Enter and you are in the control center of the TP-Link router.

Changing Wi-Fi Password and Network Name

If you want to up the security level of your Wi-Fi network, you can do so by changing your Wi-Fi password and network name. Some apps from Google Play Store nowadays can hack a Wi-Fi network that is using a default Network name and password. So in order for you to prevent hackers or your sneaky neighbor from hacking and getting access to your Wi-Fi, you should personalize your TP-Link Wi-Fi settings. Here is how it is done.

  1. Make sure you are connected to the Wi-Fi network.
  2. Open your web browser and type in the address bar the default IP address of your router. In this case, it is 192.168.1.1
  3. Enter the username and password then hit Enter.
  4. Go to Wireless and look for Network Name (SSID).
  5. Customize the new network name based on your preferences and edit the passwords and put the combination that you prefer. Hit Apply or Save.
  6. Wait for the network reboot and you will be disconnected to the Wi-Fi.
  7. Look for the new Network name that you entered and use the new password that you created.
  8. You have now connected again to your Wi-Fi network and this time with your personalized Network name and password.

Changing the Administrative username and password

Since the default username and password for the control center is pretty much easy to acquire for some person with knowledge to TP-Link routers, it is best that you change the administrative username and password as well. You can do this by:

  1. Open your web browser and enter the default IP address—https://192.168.1.1
  2. Type in the default username and password which is both “admin”.
  3. Look for the System Tools.
  4. In there, you will find a page that requires your old username (admin) and your new preferred username. Down below is for the old password (admin) your new preferred password.
  5. Hit Apply or Save and let it reboot.
  6. Once done, you may try your new username and password to enter the TP-Link control center.

Reminder

If by accident that you can’t remember your new username and password, you can just do the factory reset procedure that was stated above in this article.

If you have some questions and other queries, feel free to leave your thoughts and ideas in the comment section and we will try to answer them as soon as we can. Enjoy!

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