To root your phone manually, you need to turn on USB Debugging.
XDA Developers is a great site to help you with the process, support and Custom ROMs.
Check the below video for One click root method that works on many latest devices:
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The Samsung Galaxy A60 does not have a removable back cover. The non-removable back cover helps the manufacturer create a sleek design, lightweight and good looking product. It also helps with recovering a stolen phone, since the battery could not be removed. This is the reason the SIM slots are on the side these days. You can simply follow these steps to insert the SIM card:
The Samsung Galaxy A60 does not have a removable battery. The non-removable battery helps the manufacturer create a sleek design, lightweight and good looking product. It also helps with recovering a stolen phone. A removable battery can be taken out by a thief to stop the phone from tracking its movement. You need to visit the customer care to get the battery replaced.
You don't need to enable VoLTE. Insert the Jio (VoLTE enabled) in any slot. By default, VoLTE will be active. If it is not, you can change the network preferences from Network option in settings.
Alternatively, you can follow a much easier way:
You can check the below video to get more clarity:
WiFi hotspot is a feature that allows you to simply share your data to others around you. Your device acts as a router and provides internet access to devices around you. You can use this internet on any device like mobile, laptop, tablets. It is very simple to setup the hotspot on your device. Follow this guide:
You can follow the below mentioned steps to save battery:
1. Turn off notification from less used apps:
Real notifications are handy in some cases like email. But there is plenty of less important app that wants notification permission. Turn off those notification permissions. To do this Go to settings> Notification and status bar> App preferences. Choose and set important push message such as WhatsApp, what are enabled and disable other apps which you don't use often.
2. Turn off GPS:
GPS is another battery draining cause. Many apps request location permission using GPS. Turn it off to save your battery. You can use Wi-Fi-based location rather than GPS
3. Enable battery saver in Security app:
In MIUI 8 security apps comes with lots of feature including battery saver. Enable battery saver in security saver to get ultimate battery experiences.
4. Set/Adjust Screen Brightness:
Automatic Brightness: It is a good choice for adjusting screen brightness. But setting a constant brightness also save battery life. To set constant brightness Personally I prefer constant brightness and you can access them in Settings> Display> Brightness level.
5. Turn off vibration on press:
Every time you press on phone display it makes vibration. It is obviously power consuming. Turn off vibration on press to prolong battery life
6. Turn off Wi-Fi:
Turn off Wi-Fi when not needed. It is not mandatory to turn on Wi-Fi 24/7. It consumes huge battery.
7. Turn off Sync:
Syncing is also drained battery. Though it is important for apps like email but turn it off when not needed. You can turn in off in Settings>Sync.
8. Turn off excessive vibration:
Vibration kills your battery life. Try to avoid vibration mode. For app notification, you can turn it off in Settings> Notification and status bar> App notification> Choose only apps you want them to vibrate.
9. Turn off auto update:
Apps like Google Play store and app store constantly connect to the server to check for the updated app. This process drains battery fast. Turn off auto update to prolong battery life
10. Shorten Screen Timeout time:
Screen consumes huge battery. You can save some charge by shortening screen timeout time. Head towards Settings> Lock screen and password> Sleep and choose the time you prefer
11. Use static wallpaper instead of live wallpaper:
You can save some battery by shortening Use static wallpaper instead of live wallpaper Try to avoid live wallpapers.
12. Turn on Airplane Mode in low signal areas
Phone consumes most battery in week signal area. So, turn on airplane mode when the signal is too poor.
13. Keep phone updated:
Updated ROM comes with optimization and bug fixes. So, keep your phone updated to prolong battery life.
14. Turn on Power saver mode:
You can simply swipe the notification bar and turn on the battery saver mode so that the battery usage is optimised.
This is a feature which is there in all the iPhones. Yes, it looks cool when the LED light blinks whenever there is a notification. Let us see how android users can use the same on their phones.
Check the steps below:-
Yes, Samsung Galaxy A60 supports VoLTE in both the SIM slots since VoLTE works on bands 3,5 and 40 and both the SIM slots in Samsung Galaxy A60 supports band 3 and 40. You can use two Jio SIMs at a time in Samsung Galaxy A60.