How to change device name android?

Have you ever wanted to change the name of your Android device to something a little more personal? Maybe you want to make it easier for others to identify your phone when you’re using it in a public space. Or maybe you just want to rename your device to something more fun or reflective of your current mood. Whatever the reason, changing the name of your Android device is actually quite simple. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to do it in just a few steps.

Go to your Android device’s Settings menu

Assuming you’re using a Pixel device running Android 10, open Settings and select System.
At the top of the System page, select About phone.
Scroll down and tap Rename phone under the Device name header.
Enter a new name for your phone and tap OK.
If you don’t see Rename phone, you might need to first tap Edit name under the Phone identity header.

Tap About Phone

To change your device name on Android, open the Settings app and tap About Phone. On some devices, you may need to tap System first.

Scroll down to the bottom of the About Phone page and tap Build Number seven times. You’ll see a message that says “You are now a developer!”

Return to the previous screen and tap Developer Options. In the Developer Options menu, scroll down to the Device Name field and enter a new name for your device. Tap Save when you’re done.

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If you want to change the name of your Android device, there are a few different ways you can do it. The first way is to go into the Settings app and tap on the “About phone” or “About tablet” option. From there, you should be able to tap on the “Device name” option and enter a new name for your device.

Another way to change the device name is through the Android Debug Bridge (ADB). This is only really recommended if you’re comfortable using the command line, as it’s a bit more complicated than just using the Settings app. To change the device name using ADB, you need to connect your Android device to your computer via a USB cable and then open up a command prompt or terminal window. Once you’re in the command prompt, type in “adb devices” to see a list of all connected devices. Find your Android device in the list and then type in “adb -s [device_name] shell settings put global transactions_log_buffer_size [new_name]” (replacing [device_name] with the actual name of your device and [new_name] with what you want to rename it). This will change the device name immediately, so you can then unplug your device from your computer and enjoy your new name!

Type the new name for your device

When you change the name of your Android device, it will be changed for all users and apps on the device. The new name will also be displayed on your home screen and in the Settings app.

To change the name of your device, open the Settings app and tap “About phone” or “About tablet”. Tap the “Device name” field and enter a new name for your device. Tap “OK” to save your changes.

Tap Done

After you’ve made all the changes you want, tap Done. Your new device name will be saved and applied.

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