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Posted February 15, 2020 by

How to Set up 2-Step Verification on Uber for Android

Uber offers its customers added security with its 2-step verification feature. The feature enables you and only you to have the control while logging in to the account. It is a convenient feature to have; you can set it up, turn it on and/or off very easily with just a few taps. There are 2 different methods of receiving the verification codes: one is through SMS and the other is through code generation from a security app, such as Duo Mobile Authenticator. So, read on to find out how to set up 2-step verification on Uber for Android.

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Category Android, Uber

Posted February 15, 2020 by

How to Use Material and Physics Material in Unity | Unity 3D

Can you count the materials around you? You have got the glass, iron, water, soft metallic, greasy, etc. It is pretty hard to count. Unity differentiates materials into two categories. Materials and Physics materials. This tech-recipe will cover everything you need to know about Materials and Physics Material Continue Reading

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Posted February 12, 2020 by

How to Restrict and Allow People to Add You to a Whatsapp Group

With the latest WhatsApp update, we have heard many people complain about the font size. It indeed is very bothersome. The small font size looks like a medium. But you have got to read the new cool features that they added. The best new feature is to Restrict and Allow People to Add You to a Whatsapp Group Continue Reading

Category Android, Apps, WhatsApp

Posted January 31, 2020 by

How to Perform Simple Animation in Unity | 3D Game Development

Games these days are so advanced that 90% of the game is based on animations. Be it Mafia 3, Call of duty, battlefield or titan war all the games are heavily animated. If you are interested in knowing how it all starts, then tech-recipe is at your service.
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Category Game Engine, Unity 3D

Posted January 28, 2020 by

How to Set Camera to Follow the Player in Unity | 3D Game Development

Unity and cameras are like Romeo and Juliet. When developing a game you render scenes. For example, you’re simulating a graveyard then you will need a camera to show it in the game view. You can say that camera is the eye of the player. You can set the eyes to be on a player like in First-person shooter game or behind the player like in thirst person shooter games. Continue Reading

Category Game Engine, Unity

Posted January 28, 2020 by

How to Create a Private Board on Pinterest for Android

Pinterest boards keep all your data organized. However, sometimes the need might arise for you to keep a board private. When you create a private board, it will not be visible to the public. Neither the board’s name nor its contents will be visible to anyone except you. Private boards on are quite trendy these days…for obvious reasons. There are absolutely no kind of restraints on creating such boards, nor any limits as to the number of private boards one user is allowed to have. Keep on reading to discover 2 easy methods through which you can create a private board on Pinterest for Android.

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Posted January 28, 2020 by

How to Manage Discover Interests on Android

The right-swipe news feed on Android is one of its easy-to-access and attractive features that come in very handy for every type of user. It has made staying up-to-date with the world highly smooth; you wake up in the morning and swipe to the right on your Android 9 device and there it is. The goings-on in the world. What is even more amazing about this news feed is that you can manage your interests according to your likes, hide the ones you dislike and so on. So, keep on reading to discover how to manage Discover interests on Android 9.

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Posted January 25, 2020 by

How to Add Rigidbody to a Gameobject in Unity | 3D Game Development

The unity engine simulates a real-world environment. And we all know that in the real world, there’s three states of material, solid, liquid and gas. If something is solid/rigid it can collide, it can move, etc. Any object in the game world is called gameObject. So from now on, we will use the word gameObject to refer to anything in the game. Continue Reading

Category Game Engine, Unity

Posted January 23, 2020 by

How to Set Focus Mode for Apps on Android

The focus mode on Android is built to stop distracting apps from interfering from your work and/or work schedule. You can make your life easier by adjusting the day and time for when distracting apps – such as WhatsApp – ought to be prevented from making your device flare up so much so that your focus is disrupted. This digital wellbeing tool is different than an app timer as it lets you set the exact time as well as day. Read on to find out how you can easily set focus mode for any app(s) in Android 9 and prevent distracting apps from disrupting your workflow. Continue Reading

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Posted January 22, 2020 by

How to Add a Custom Message on an Android Phone

Android offers many useful features to the users. A user can add a custom message on the lock screen. The custom messages are very helpful. They provide a clue about the phone owner. Any user can add a custom message to the Android phone easily. The lock screen feature with a custom message is one of the best features that Android supports. This is a quick guide about How to add a custom message on the lock screen of an Android Phone.

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Posted January 21, 2020 by

How to Set App Timer for an App in Android 9

Setting timer on any app in Android 9 means that the app will reset itself after the set time has expired. This is a super-beneficial feature to have. One of the benefits of this feature include, but are not limited to, better app performance. System apps cannot be reset, such as the phone and messaging apps – for reasons pretty obvious. However, any app installed by a user from the Android Playstore can be reset using this amazing feature. So, keep on reading to find out how to avail resolve an app’s performance issues by setting app timer for that app in Android 9.

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Posted January 19, 2020 by

How to Detect Collision in Unity | 3D Game Development

Game development is not as hard as it sounds. But it sure requires a lot of effort and good teamwork. Creating a real-world game means taking care of many parameters such as gravity, materials e.g bounciness, metalness, etc.  There’s speed, power, drag, and collision. Collison is one of the most important criteria in the development of any game. Continue Reading

Category Game Engine, Unity

Posted January 16, 2020 by

How to Manage Labels Easily in Gmail for Android

Gmail labels organize your email content. They function much like a family name does: with the name of the label, you can quickly identify which kind of email it is that you will find within that label. Gmail is built to make the overall email-messaging experience as customizable as possible. Part of this process is Gmail’s custom labels. You can create your own labels, manage them…and even set color schemes for labels according to your choice! Figuring out label features through the desktop version of Gmail isn’t as confusing as it can be on Gmail for Android. So keep on reading to learn how to manage labels easily in Gmail for Android.

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Category Android, Gmail

Posted January 14, 2020 by

How to Set Out Of Office Autoreply in Gmail for Android

Setting up an out of office autoreply in Gmail means that if you are unable to respond to urgent messages, Gmail will automatically let your contacts know that. This beneficial Gmail feature comes in handy for times when you’re travelling, have fallen ill, or face unexpected emergencies. In all such situations, essentially, you are away from your Gmail account and cannot respond to urgent messages instantly. It is better to let others know when you’ll be getting back to them, rather than keeping them hanging. So, get to know how to set out of office autoreply in Gmail for Android to let a contact know, as soon as they’ve messaged, that you aren’t available to respond right away.

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Category Android, Gmail

Posted January 13, 2020 by

Uber for Android App: How to Add and/or Change Payment Method

Uber has made everyone’s lives easier since its inception back in March 2006. Shortly after its launch, it introduced multiple payment methods. You don’t have to worry about not having exact amount of cash for your fare anymore. Running low on cash? Simple pay through your credit card. A third option also exists: Google pay, or better known as G-pay. It enables Android users to make online payments via their Android phones, tablets and even Android watches! Keep on reading to find out how to add and/or change your method of payment on Uber for Android app in 10 easy steps.

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Category Android