Reader Nick showed us how to combine the two with these cards from from the appropriately-named Planning Love blog.And I know Valentine’s Day can be tough for single people.But worry not, if you do, Android's got your back again - and your wallet's too. Not only can you see a graph of how much data you've churned through over the past month – based on the timeframe of your contract, not the calendar month – you can set self-imposed data limits and warning markers. In the keypad, just start typing the desired contact's name in digits, using old keyboard speak as your translation tool.So, as an example, to find a contact called Mike, simply type 6,4,5,3.Then, just imagine how you’ll feel when you offer to pay for a cab after your first date, and he or she will look at you and say, “why don’t we just take Ca Bi instead?
Drag down the quick settings menu (with two fingers like we showed you), and tap the user icon in the top corner.
Hitting your volume toggle will give you alert options. Here you can choose who you receive calls, messages and reminders from.
Perfect for when you want to block out the overly chatty 'friends' you'd rather avoid.
You probably know that swiping down from the top of your Android handset's home screen will launch the notifications menu.
Did you know though that throwing a second finger into the mix brings quick settings to the fore? Saving precious seconds and a second swipe, the double-digit motion puts Wi-Fi controls, screen casting options and Bluetooth shortcuts at your fingertips with literally zero hassle and minimal effort. Related: 8 Android phones that changed the mobile industry Entering those four-digit pins is essential to keep out unwanted prying eyes.