Since my first attempt to catch Andromeda failed, I decided to try again next day. I read a lot about Andromeda, and I was surprised to know how big it is in the night sky. I found this very interesting picture giving an example. According to what I found, the Full Moon has apparent size of 31 arcmin and Andromeda has 192.4 by 62.2 arcmin. It is pretty big since it is 2.5 million light-years alway from us.
So I set up in my balcony and again used the same technique as the previous day. The result was not impressive. But i was very glad to see Andromeda there. And I was surprised to see that M32 also showed up a bit below to the right of Andromeda.
This picture had so much more light pollution that i was not able to make the sky look dark. It was quite hard. And not many details of Andromeda are shown. But well… small steps. =D