What to do on your Android phone?
With Android Lollipop, you can now easily navigate to social media sites and access their social feeds from your smartphone.
To use this feature, all you need to do is head to the Facebook app and tap the little icon next to the big Facebook logo.
This will open the Facebook feed to your Android smartphone, which can then be used to navigate to various social media websites.
This is the best way to keep up with what’s happening on the social media platforms, especially when you’re away from home.
You can also use your Android to access the Twitter app, which has a similar look to Facebook, with a similar interface.
However, you won’t be able to use Twitter on your smartphone unless you are also a Facebook user, which is not the case if you are using your iPhone.
To get started, head over to the Android Lolly section of the Google Play store.
Once you’ve downloaded the app, head to Settings, Security, and make sure that you’re signed in to your Google account.
Tap on the “Facebook” button and then tap on the little icons at the bottom of the screen.
This opens the Facebook page to your mobile.
To access the social networking site, tap on one of the icon next the big icon, and then choose “Connect”.
If everything is set up properly, your Facebook page will appear, and you will be able view the feeds of your friends and follow them from the home screen.
The same goes for Twitter, but this time you will need to sign in to a Google account to do so.
Once signed in, you will then be able access the feed of any of your Facebook friends and the feed on Twitter.
Once the feed has loaded, you’ll be able choose to follow them and then follow any of their Twitter followers.
Finally, you may want to follow any other Twitter users and also follow their tweets from your Android.
For those who are not familiar with Twitter, here’s a guide to getting started.
You may also want to head over and sign up for Twitter.
If you have any questions about how to use your Google Android phone to access social media from your tablet, watch, or computer, you should also head over here.
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