A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Questions about Battery life (how long each charge last) or/and Battery Durability (how long until it needs to be replaced) should use this tag.
For issues with the keyboard (the tool by which we enter text in apps), whether physical or virtual -- but "in" your device. Please use more specialized tags if they better apply to your issue: e.g. '…
For issues specific to the Gmail app, AKA Google Mail. For another mail app use the tag specific to it or, if none found, the generic 'email' tag.
for issues related to Bluetooth, a wireless technology for exchanging data over short distances. Whenever possible, please use the more specific tag *instead* if such exists, e.g. 'b…
an incremental update in the "Jelly Bean" version series which debuted with the Nexus 4 and Nexus 10. Please only use this tag if you feel your question is specific to Android 4.2.
Questions regarding the audio output of an Android device in general, rather than a specific audio topic, like music.
if your issue is truly *specific* to the Samsung Galaxy S 4 (GT-i950*) device.
The "Team Win Recovery Project" provides an alternative Custom-Recovery.
issues with your Google account (used for Playstore, Gmail, etc.)
For questions about the LG Nexus 5, the first phone to ship with Android 4.4 (KitKat). Please only use this tag if you feel your question is specific to the Nexus 5.
if your question is specific to Android 5.1 Lollipop, an incremental update over 5.0 announced on March 9, 2015.
For questions regarding installing apps, Android firmware or certificates
Questions asking how to recover lost or inaccessible data.
Generic tag for questions regarding mobile network telephone calls using your Android device. Please check first if a more specific tag exists for your issue (e.g. 'voip' or 'callerid'; the full tag w…
Everything around your display and screen not covered by more specialized tags (see full tag wiki for hints)
if you feel your question is specific to Android 7.0 Nougat. It was officially released on August 22, 2016, on Nexus devices.
a problematic situation wherein a device can't fully boot up and starts over, in a loop. Make sure to read the information provided with the 'info' link before submittin…
Android OS Version 2.2, aka Froyo. Only add an operating system tag if your question is truly about the OS!
a protocol used by Android to diagnose and flash new firmware images on an Android devices via USB. It is part of the Android Debug Bridge (ADB).
a popular browser. Use this tag if your question is about its Android version or issues related to it only
For questions related to rear camera (backside camera) on Android devices. Questions regarding front camera should be tagged with [front-camera]
For questions specific to the original Galaxy S. The Samsung Galaxy S (GT-I9000) was a high-end smartphone at the time of its launch. Variants include Epic 4G, Vibrant, Captivate, and Fascinate. Add …
The version of Android originally on the device as supplied by the manufacturer or phone network, including any customizations, alternative interfaces and updates.
the generic tag for issues related to email (electronic mail). If applicable, please rather use more specific tags like e.g. 'gmail', 'imap', 'pop3', etc. (see full tag wiki for more informati…
if your issue is specific to the web-browser. If applyable, chose a more specific tag instead for e.g. 'dolphin-browser', 'stock-browser', 'browser-history', etc. See the full tag wiki fo…
the logical structure to organize (store, retrieve and update) data on a storage device.
For questions regarding Google and Google services and apps in general. For a specific service/app, please use a more specific tag. Please note that many Google apps have their respective tags (e.g. g…
when your issue involves a Linux laptop/PC, or addresses Linux specific topics of your Android device. (Note that running Linux distros on Android is off-topic.) In the latter case, consi…
stored. Please follow the 'info' link below for some generic details.
the process of transforming information to make it unreadable to anyone except those possessing special knowledge.
The 'insufficient memory' error often occurs in connection with data sync or app installs when your device is running low on *internal* storage (i.e. phone, not the internal sdcard).
For questions about the LG Nexus 4, the first phone to ship with Android 4.2. Please only use this tag if you feel your question is specific to the Nexus 4.