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Saturday, 16 April 2016

How to correct iPad memory full problem?


The iPad is one of the most popular devices which comes with a wide variety of functions and features. This exotic functions and features of iPad allow users to do almost everything that they actually want. But the problem arises when you receive some notifications that you never wanted like that storage is full and you have not sufficient space to install more files. You quickly checked in settings, general and usage and you see there is only 0 MB free and now you are searching for a solution what to do. Don’t worry, this is one of the most irritating conditions that many of iPad users face.  Just follow the below steps to get quickly rid of this problem.

 Use your iOS device or iTunes to check what exactly is using up your storage space

If you have exceeded your average storage plan, then news, videos, and photos won't be getting saved to your iPad device. In addition, to this, you are also not able to receive messages with the help of your cloud email address. To check what is using your iPad device storage just follow these below simple steps to get a quick answer.

Use your iOS device to check storage

Tap on the setting, then general and the iCoud usage and click on the manage storage option.

Then you will able to see a list of the apps and as well as the total space that each of one is using. Tap on the app to get more detailed usage.

It depends on the app that you are able to delete its some content or not. If your iPad device is full and you're getting full storage alert, then you must remove some less used content on your iPad.

 Use iTunes to check the total storage 



First, open the iTunes on your PC or laptop. Then, connect it to your device.

In the iTunes just select your iPad device. You will easily able to see a bar where it shows that how much total storage your iOS content actually uses. It is simply divided by the content type.

Just hover your mouse on a content type, like Apps or other to find a relevant information about storage.

Free up your iPad with iMYfone uMate

Free up more than tons of iOS device space with the help of iMyfone umate. iMyfone Umate is the world’s number one iPhone cleaner to free up space on your iOS device. iMyfone Umate is a reliable, lightweight tool which allows you to easily enhance your iOS device’s optimum performance by just simply removing the unnecessary files.

Step 1: Connect your iOS device to your computer

 Step 2: Scan the iOS device for a complete analysis of space saving

 Step 3: Simply clean up your iPad/iPhone/iPod touch

 iMyfone D-Back is one of the most popular and ideal software to free space on your iOS devices. It can also help you to free up different types of file that also includes popular third party messenger apps history from the iPad/iPhone/iPod etc.

Apple iPhone 4




Apple iPhone 4 smartphone was launched in June 2010. The phone comes with a 3.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 640 pixels by 960 pixels at a PPI of 326 pixels per inch.
The Apple iPhone 4 comes with 512MB of RAM. The phone packs 8GB of internal storage cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPhone 4 packs a 5-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 0.3-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The Apple iPhone 4 runs iOS 6.1.3 and is powered by a 1420mAh non removable battery. It measures 115.20 x 59.00 x 9.30 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 137.00 grams.  The Apple iPhone 4 is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts a Micro-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, and Gyroscope.

About Apple 

Founded in a garage in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne, Apple began as a personal computer pioneer that today makes everything from laptops to portable media players. Headquartered in Cupertino, California, the consumer electronics giant entered the smartphone market with the iPhone in 2007, and the tablet market with the iPad in 2010, and the smartwatch market with the Apple Watch in 2014.

KEY SPECS

Display:3.50-inch

Front Camera:0.3-megapixel

Resolution:640x960 pixels

RAM:512MB

OS:iOS 6.1.3

Storage:8GB

Rear Camera:5-megapixel

Battery capacity: 1420mAh

GENERAL

Release date: June 2010

Form factor: Touchscreen

Dimensions (mm) 115.20 x 59.00 x 9.30

Weight (g) 137.00

Battery capacity (mAh) 1420

Removable battery No

Colours Black

SAR value NA

DISPLAY

Screen size (inches) 3.50

Touchscreen Yes

Resolution 640x960 pixels

Pixels per inch (PPI) 326

HARDWARE

RAM 512MB

Internal storage 8GB

CAMERA

Rear camera 5-megapixel

Flash Yes

Front camera 0.3-megapixel

SOFTWARE

Operating System iOS 6.1.3

CONNECTIVITY

Wi-Fi Yes

Wi-Fi standards supported NA

GPS Yes

Bluetooth Yes, v 2.10

NFC No

Infrared No

USB OTG No

Headphones 3.5mm

FM No

SIM Type Micro-SIM

GSM/ CDMA GSM

3G Yes

4G/ LTE No

SENSORS

Compass/ Magnetometer Yes

Proximity sensor Yes

Accelerometer Yes

Ambient light sensor Yes

Gyroscope Yes

Barometer No

Temperature sensor No

Overall this device is best to use and the functions and features and as well as the build in quality of this phone is awesome, It is really worth in that price. In my personal opinion you must buy this smartphone if you really want to purchase something in a reasonable price.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

HOW TO INSTALL CHAINFIRE 3D PLUGIN FOR ANY ANDROID PHONES

Why you need it for your Galaxy Wonder ?

Samsung Galaxy Wonder runs on Snapdragon chipset cpu with Adreno Graphic Processing Unit. And sometimes after you downloaded large amount of data, you can't play the game! Either the you are having graphic colour distortion or the game exit before you can play anything.

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There are games designed just for THD devices with Nvidia GPU. Trust me, it's not the GPU fault because   adreno somehow are quite powerful. With this app you can even play THD games just by selecting its plugin.

Where to download?

FREE from market aka play store. Just search for Chainfire3d. I'm using the free version for couple of months. Pro version is more unstable and dont blame me if your device got bricked using that. My friends Sgs2 got black screen when trying the pro version.

After download CF3D, what should I do?

Open the app and choose install.

There will be a warning and just ignore it. Dont read it if you got small level of courage.

Your phone will go black screen for few seconds and reboot itself.

How To install plugin?

1)Download the plugins :
Mediafire  |  Jumbofiles  |  UFile

2)Extract it and put the files in your phone's Internal USB/Storage
libGLEMU_QUALCOMM.zip
libGLEMU_POWERVR.zip
libGLEMU_NVIDIA.zip

3) Open the Chainfire app and select "install plugins" and click on all of them

4) Re-open Chainfire and go to "Default OpenGL Settings" and select "Use plugin" with the plugin you need

5) DONE!!

Tips:

1) Use Qualcomm or Nvidia plugin as default ...recomendded Qualcomm plugin

2)Use PowerVR plugin for any games or application that need high graphic peformance and better resolution...(per-App OpenGL Settings)

3) Don't us PowerVR plugin as default plugin ,if not your GPU will take some damage.

Saturday, 8 August 2015

How Indian Startup smartvizx is using Virtual reality in real estate and product design



Virtual reality is from the one of the best things which people talked in a same breath like sci-fi and landing it on the moon which will definitely test the frontiers of your imagination. If you love Mario kart and star wars and have ever run a Wii controller or Xbox console, then you can probably know how much real can gaming feel. Virtual reality is being associated with the entertainment industry.

As a recent report of the Wired Magazine describes that Rift’s sleeker beta version is a big hit of the last month’s annual Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles and it is all set to revolutionize the entertainment company in the 2016. But it is not a game’s, headset or even the magic of virtual reality technology. It is the magic of transformative, amazing application of the virtual reality technology in many fields, which diverse the travel, education, real estate and healthcare.

Virtual reality consists a potential which can improve user experience and can by the transforming it into a vivid it can also make the uninspiring content easier to understand. The early mover of the area is a start up company which is known as SmartVizx which is founded by the architects Tito and Gautam Tewari. They began by using of Virtual reality technology in a reality product design.

iPhone 5 at a glance



The Apple iPhone 5 is powered by 1.3GHz dual-core Apple A6 processor and it comes with 1GB of RAM. The phone packs 16GB of internal storage cannot be expanded. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Apple iPhone 5 packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 1.2-megapixel front shooter for selfies. 

The Apple iPhone 5 runs iOS 6.1.4 and is powered by a 1440mAh non removable battery. It measures 123.80 x 58.60 x 7.60 (height x width x thickness) and weighs 112.00 grams.
The Apple iPhone 5 is a single SIM (GSM) smartphone that accepts a Nano-SIM. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, 4G (with support for Band 40 used by some LTE networks in India). Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Ambient light sensor, Accelerometer, and Gyroscope.

About Apple 

Founded in a garage in 1976 by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne, Apple began as a personal computer pioneer that today makes everything from laptops to portable media players. Headquartered in Cupertino, California, the consumer electronics giant entered the smartphone market with the iPhone in 2007, and the tablet market with the iPad in 2010, and the smartwatch market with the Apple Watch in 2014.

Apple iPhone 5

Price: 45,500

Display: 4.00-inch

Processor: 1.3GHz

Front Camera: 1.2-megapixel

Resolution: 640x1136 pixels

RAM: 1GB

OS: iOS 6.1.4

Storage: 16GB

Rear Camera: 8-megapixel

Battery capacity: 1440mAh

Apple iPhone 5 detailed specifications

GENERAL

Release date November 2012

Form factor Touchscreen

Dimensions (mm) 123.80 x 58.60 x 7.60

Weight (g) 112.00

Battery capacity (mAh) 1440

Removable battery No

Colours White, Black

SAR value NA

DISPLAY

Screen size (inches) 4.00

Touchscreen Yes

Resolution 640x1136 pixels

Pixels per inch (PPI) 326

HARDWARE

Processor 1.3GHz  dual-core

Processor make Apple A6

RAM 1GB

Internal storage 16GB

CAMERA 

Rear camera 8-megapixel

Flash Yes

Front camera 1.2-megapixel

SOFTWARE

Operating System iOS 6.1.4

CONNECTIVITY

Wi-Fi Yes

Wi-Fi standards supported NA

GPS Yes

Bluetooth Yes, v 4.00

NFC No

Infrared No

USB OTG No

Headphones 3.5mm

FM No

SIM Type Nano-SIM

GSM/ CDMA GSM

3G Yes

4G/ LTE Yes

Supports 4G in India (Band 40) Yes

SENSORS

Compass/ Magnetometer Yes

Proximity sensor Yes

Accelerometer Yes

Ambient light sensor Yes

Gyroscope Yes

Barometer No

Temperature sensor No

Rating: 4.4 out of 5 stars

Overall this device is best to use and the functions and features and as well as the build in quality of this phone is awesome, It is really worth in that price. In my personal opinion you must buy this smartphone if you really want to purchase something in a reasonable price.

Top 10 Android smartphones



Google’s Android operating system accounts for a vast majority in today’s smartphone market. In recent times, many Android flagship smartphones come with 4GB of DDR4 RAM, equivalent to the RAM available on a normal laptop. Alongside, while you may still be using a Full HD television at home, the screen resolution on top tier smartphones has been moved to 2K, and in some cases, even 4K. The camera quality has also improved massively, and is steadily progressing with each new smartphone. With all of these in mind, there are a lot of options to go through. Here, we give you a list of the best Android smartphones to buy in India, in 2016. These smartphones offer the right mix of performance and features. Click on each of the recommended top 10 smartphones to read their detailed reviews, and get more information on the best smartphones in India.


Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge



Samsung is the first company to bring its 2016 flagship smartphone to India. The phone maker has updated the specification sheet, and refined the whole glass and metal design that was introduced with the Galaxy S6 range in 2016. The phone is now waterproof, and allows microSD cards of up to 200GB. Samsung has used an all new Exynos 8890 SoC on the new Galaxy S7 Edge, and there is 4GB of RAM along with 32GB of internal storage. It features an AMOLED display with 2560x1440-pixel resolution, but the screen size has been increased from 5.1 inches to 5.5 inches. This has allowed Samsung to increase the battery size from 2600mAh to 3600mAh, which allows it to offer better battery life. The biggest change in the phone, though, is the new 12MP Dual Pixel camera, which shoots amazing photographs even in low light.
     
Huawei Nexus 6P



Made by Huawei, the Nexus 6P features a premium aluminium build, and offers storage variants of up to 128GB. Huawei has equipped the smartphone with a 5.7-inch AMOLED display with 2560x1440-pixel resolution. It is powered by a well-optimised Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 SoC, offering smooth performance. There is a 12.3MP camera at the back, which offers laser-assisted autofocus and shoots really good photographs. Adding to that are the fast fingerprint sensor, an 8MP front camera, a 3450mAh non-removable battery and the goodness of Android Marshmallow the way it is meant to be, and the Huawei Nexus 6P is one of the most complete Android phones out there.

Xiaomi Mi 5



Xiaomi’s two-year-long wait for the Mi 5 poses a massive upgrade over its previous flagship smartphone in India, the Mi 4. Xiaomi has given it a complete makeover, fusing an incredibly ergonomic body with glass and metal chassis. It has a 5.15-inch display that offers a very well-balanced colour gamut with Full HD resolution. The device is powered by Qualcomm’s present generation chipset, the Snapdragon 820. Only the 3GB RAM-32GB storage variant has been launched in India, which offers fluent performance. The 16MP primary camera has 4-axis OIS, and is a very fast camera module. Also, the 3000mAh battery should last you through the entire day out, comfortably.

Samsung Galaxy Note 5



The Note 5 from Samsung is another great choice but the phone really shines when productivity is required on the go. This last year’s Samsung flagship still one of the fastest and productive smartphone around. It features a 5.7-inch, bright, 2K AMOLED display which offers good viewing angles and is big enough to be used with the S-Pen (stylus). Powered by Samsung’s last gen flagship the Exynos 7420 SoC, it is still one of the most fastest phone in the market. The larger footprint allows for a larger battery and the phone can easily last you day, even if you are a power user. The 16MP rear camera is nothing short of great, which offers sharp images and good looking 4K video recording.

Samsung Galaxy S6



The Samsung Galaxy S6 is a year old now, but it still beats a lot of contenders to be fifth in this list. It houses a very good, 16MP camera with OIS, is powered by the Exynos 7420 SoC, and the combination of these two factors makes it an excellent overall device. It features an excellent 5.1-inch AMOLED display panel with 2560x1440-pixel resolution. The glass and metal construction laid foundation for Samsung’s resurgence on the design front. The Galaxy S6 is available in 32GB and 64GB variants, and 3GB of RAM on board handles all kinds of heavy multitasking.

LG Nexus 5X



A successor to the LG Nexus 5, the Nexus 5X is a reincarnation of the previous, popular smartphone with new interiors. The phone sports a 5.2-inch Full HD IPS display that is great to look at. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 SoC that provides stable performance, and the smartphone is available in two storage variants – 16GB and 32GB (we suggest you go for the 32GB variant). In the camera department, the Nexus 5X features a similar setup as the Nexus 6P - 12.3MP primary camera module with laser-assisted autofocus.

Moto X Force



The Moto X Force has been billed as the world’s first phone with a “shatterproof display”. The smartphone features a 5.4-inch AMOLED display with 2560x1440-pixel resolution. Powered by the Snapdragon 810 SoC, it is the most powerful smartphone in Motorola’s lineup, as of now. This translates into a good performance, and Motorola has further optimised both the hardware and software to offer a better battery life. The rear camera is quite competent, and with the latest price drop, this is an excellent proposition. The shatterproof display adds to the prospect. So, if you have clumsy hands are are just paranoid that, you might drop your phone, the Moto X Force would be a good choice.

OnePlus 2



The self-proclaimed flagship killer for 2015 did not quite make the same impact as its predecessor, but is still a very good smartphone. OnePlus took extra precautions to evade the Snapdragon 810’s heating issues, and even added a nice camera to it, thus making this a great value-for-money propositions. The smartphone is now available at a discounted price, and if you are in the market to buy a flagship-class smartphone within a budget, this might be the one to buy.

HTC One A9



The HTC One A9 has been an exception to HTC’s products of late, that have disappointed in the massively competitive market. With an uncanny similarity to the Apple iPhone 6 in terms of its design, the HTC One A9 is a very good-looking and ergonomic smartphone. It is slim and light, and houses a 5-inch Full HD AMOLED display. It is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 617 SoC, which, combined with the 3GB of RAM, keeps everything rolling smoothly. The 13MP rear camera on the phone is nothing groundbreaking but at its price, it can’t be ignored and really ups the competition. However, the selling point of the phone remains its design.

12 TIPS TO TAKE AMAZING PHOTOS WITH YOUR IPHONE CAMERA



1. Follow the rule of thirds

I took a photography class back in high school and the teacher always stressed The Rule of Thirds. Basically you want to imagine your space as 9 equal parts, where your main image or focus is placed on the intersections of a vertical and horizontal line. Explaining it is complicated, but showing it is a lot easier. Here is where using the grid function, Settings -> Photos & Camera -> Grid, is essential.

2. Keep it simple

Trying to capture too much in one shot will leave you with a poorly focused image. Instead, focus on one or two items and keep them in proper framing. This will lead to a substantially more powerful and professional looking photo.

3. Try a lower angle

Shooting from a low angle will help achieve a unique vantage point. Instead of shooting a subject at the same level, shooting from a low angle brings a different focus to the subject and instantly makes it more interesting and more compelling.

4. Use Burst Mode

If you are moving or trying to capture a moving object Burst Mode is the best way to get a great, or a bunch of great shots. On your iPhone, hold down the capture button and it will take a rapid succession of photos until you release the capture button. You can select the best photo or create a cool sequencing collage of them all.

5. Use the Camera shortcut

To quickly access the camera, slide up from the Camera icon on the lock screen. Sometimes all it takes is a few seconds and you can miss the chance to capture a really great shot. Using the Camera shortcut makes it super easy and quick to take a photo.

6. Say no to flash

The “flash” on your iPhone is sub par at best. The flash on a real camera may suffice to create enough light to improve the image quality in a poorly lit situation, but the iPhone LED flash is small and weak and won’t get you what you are looking for. Instead, try to use natural lighting or room lighting whenever possible. If there is a lamp, fire, or sunlight use it to your advantage and you’ll be surprised at some of the cool photos you will create.

7. Tap to focus

If you are trying to focus on something in your photo you can tap on the screen to auto focus on that area. A yellow square will appear wherever you tap, signifying the area of focus. You can also slide the sun icon up and down to adjust the brightness.
Auto Focus - iPhone

8. Avoid zoom

Pinching in on the screen with your fingers will Zoom. Zooming in on an image does bring it closer but it also reduces the quality of the image. Rather than pinching to zoom, move as close as possible to the subject. Now, if you are taking pictures of lions you can crop the image after the fact to make it appear larger.

9. Volume button

I would also recommend using the volume up button instead of the digital shutter button in the Camera app as that can end up shaking or blurring photos.

10. Use your Apple headphones
If you have a pair of iPhone headphones equipped with volume controls you can use the Volume up or Volume down buttons to snap a photo. Your headphones do need to be plugged in for this to work. This method is great for taking selfies or when using a tripod or stand.
Apple Earbuds copy

11. Use HDR when appropriate

HDR stands for High Dynamic Range. Essentially, your iPhone takes three photos, each with a different exposure and focus on the shadows and the lighted areas of the image. It will then automatically produce a single photo that it believes captures the right range of light and dark exposure.

HDR vs Regular

You should use the HDR function when you are taking an image of landscapes, have different lighting across your subject, or are in low-light. The built-in HDR is okay, but if you really want to see what HDR can do, you’ll want to try Pro HDR or apps similar to it.

12. Use third-party apps

There are so many third-party applications for your iPhone camera that I could write a whole other article about them. While your iPhone camera is good, there are apps available that will greatly improve your photo game. Check out, Over, VSCO Cam, AfterFocus, and Hipstamatic for just a few essential third-party iPhone camera apps. These tips will help keep you at the top of your iPhone photography game. There are endless ways to create the perfect picture, but these 12 tips will help even the most novice iPhone user take higher quality photos.

HOW TO SET UP PERSONAL HOTSPOT VPN FROM IOS TO ANOTHER WIRELESS DEVICE (JAILBREAK ONLY)



Features :

*Need Jailbroken iOS

1. Support iOS 8.4

2. Free tweak

3. Hotspot VPN to another wireless device

Follow these steps:

1.  Open Cydia. Add repo BiteYourApple (http://repo.biteyourapple.net)

2. Find TetherMe.

3. Install and respiring.

4. Open TetherMe in Setting.

5. Make sure you set up like the picture below. [see Pic 1] 

     - Override data source is ticked
     - Share from : IPSec/OpenVPN VPN


6. Now click personal hotspot. Change your password if you want and tick personal hotspot. [see Pic 2]

7. You are done. Now enjoy WiFi on another device.

HOW TO INCREASE INTERNET SPEED IN ANY ANDROID PHONE




You need to root your phone to do this trick.

For Galaxy Wonder users, click here to root if you haven't root your phone.This Trick works in any rooted android phones.You need root explorer to do this trick.


How to increase internet speed in android?

Follow steps below to increase your internet speed.

1. Open root explorer

2. Find system folder and open it.

3. Tick R/W (read/write) at the top right of the app.

4. Find "build.prop" file in the system folder.

5. Long tap at the "build.prop" file and choose open as text editor.

6. Copy all the code below and paste it at the bottom of the build.prop file.

HOW TO RECOVER LOST DATA (ROOT AND NON-ROOT METHODS)




Act fast. Lost data is not lost until it is overwritten, so the sooner you attempt recovery the better. The first thing you should do when you accidentally lost pictures from the card is STOP immediately using the SD. Because any write or edit may cause the lost data become "lost for good" simply due to 

OVERWRITTEN

Normal method (Need a computer or laptop)

If your device is not rooted, use a third party computer program like Coolmuster or Recuva. 
Install the program and connect your Android to your computer with a USB cable or your memory card with a microSD card reader.
Follow the prompts in the program - select where you want to search, what you want to search for and follow the individual program's steps.
Once you get your files back, save them somewhere other than where they were originally lost, in 
case there is corruption in your device's memory. 

Once you have them safely saved on your computer for example you can transfer a copy over to your device again.


Rooted method


If you're rooted, thing are a lot simpler.
Install an app like Undelete and follow the prompts. Nothing to it!
If, for some reason, you have root an Undelete is incapable or recovering your lost files you can simply follow the process above and use your computer.

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