Sunday, 4 May 2014

How to break pattern Lock on Android


How to break pattern Lock on Android

One of the great features provided by the Android operating system is the Pattern lock which is avoiding accidental taps on the phone. This feature should be activated first, by creating a pattern that will be used for unlocking the device. As any password, the pattern can easily be forgotten by the users which will start panic being unable to access the phone. There is one way to fix this. You will need to use ADB commands to bypass the pattern and get full access to your phone. Follow the steps below and learn how to do it.

Instructions to unsend an email via Gmail.


Instructions to unsend an email via Gmail.


Gmail is a well-known email service. Each day, many of us send and receive dozens of emails. But what can you do when you send a wrong email? Maybe you forgot to put an attachment or there is a typo in the text body or even worse you put a wrong destination. Well, don’t be worry. We will show you how to unsend an email on Gmail.
The first part is to have enabled the setting that holds back the delivery of messages for some time. To do that, first click on the Settings menu, after that on the Settings submenu. The next step is clicking on Labs tab. Then you must check the box alongside the enable setting on the “undo send” function. After all this operations, click Save changes.

Recover Deleted Data on Android devices.


How many of us lost a piece of vital information that was on our phones? How many of us deleted unwillingly a photo, a note or a text that we needed? Don’t worry, there is a way to recover lost data, whether you are rooted or not. The most important thing is to not save anything else on the device until you attempt a recovery.The next thing is to turn off your 3G/4G connection and the Wi-Fi, as your software won’t update until you do the recovery operations.

Not rooted Devices

Galaxy Note II Android 4.4.2 KitKat update now available for Indian users


Galaxy Note II Android 4.4.2 KitKat update 

now available for Indian users


If you bought the Galaxy Note II (GT-N7100) in India and have been holding out on an official Android 4.4.2 KitKat update, today is your lucky day. With the latest firmware files, you can now make the switch to the latest version of Android. The Galaxy Note II in the country still comes with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean out of the box, and although KitKat has been available for the device in certain regions, there a lot of users who are yet to make the switch to the latest version of Android. The firmware build number for Android 4.4.2 KitKat is N7100XXUFND3

Friday, 8 November 2013

Android 4.4 Kitkat for nexus S


Nexus S with the newly released Custom ROM KitKat Alpha Build.

It hasn’t been much time since the official version of KitKat was released and we already have the first Custom ROMs starting to pile up. Of course, the devices in the Nexus range will be the firsts to get them, but other devices will follow soon. We have to thank user cn.fyodor from Xda Developers for this ROM.
There are clearly many advantages associated with installing Android 4.4 on your Nexus S, and first of all we have to look at the speed and memory improvements. Also the battery usage is said to be much better optimized.

Cynogenmod 10.1.3 for Google nexus S


CyanogenMod 10.1.3 for Google Nexus S

  If you want to update Google Nexus S to Android 4.2.2, there is only one way to do it: by installing a Custom ROM.  This is because Android stopped officially supporting Android updates for Nexus S at 4.1.2. One of the biggest custom ROM developing team in the world is offering you a solution though, by giving you CyanogenMod 10.1.3 for Google Nexus S.

Saturday, 20 July 2013

Install Unofficial CyanogenMod 7.2(Android 2.3.7) on LG Optimus Me P350

Install Unofficial CyanogenMod 7.2(Android 2.3.7) on LG Optimus Me P350

Install ClockworkMod Recovery In LG Optimus Me P350

Install ClockworkMod Recovery In LG Optimus Me P350


Steps to Install ClockworkMod Recovery In LG Optimus Me P350



Root LG Optimus p350


Root LG Optimus p350 

1.Download and place the GingerBreak APK file onto your Desktop.
2. Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable.
3. Copy the GingerBreak APK file over to the root of your SD card.