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Showing posts with label android phone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label android phone. Show all posts

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Google Lens Announced at Google I/O 2017

Hello Friends,
At Google’s I/O developer conference, CEO Sundar Pichai announced a new technology called Google Lens. The idea with the product is to leverage Google’s computer vision and AI technology in order to bring smarts directly to your phone’s camera. As the company explains, the smartphone camera won’t just see what you see, but will also understand what you see to help you take action.
During a demo, Google showed off how you could point your camera at something and Lens tells you what it is — like, it could identify the flower you’re preparing to shoot.
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Google announces Kotlin as official programming language for Android | Google I/O 2017

Hello Friends,
Google just announced that it will officially support Kotlin on Android as a “first-class” language. Kotlin is a super new programming language built by JetBrains, which also coincidentally develops the JetBrains IDE that Android Studio — Google's official developer tool — is based on. Like Java, which is the default language for Android development, Kotlin is a language that runs on the JVM (Java Virtual Machine), and it's already possible to use Kotlin and many other
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Monday, November 7, 2016

This Simple Hack Can Hijack More Than 1 Billion Android App Accounts

 Hello Friends,
A group of researchers from Hong Kong has discovered a method to attack numerous mobile app accounts effortlessly. They have said that these applications have been downloaded more than 1 billion times.
Ronghai Yang, Wing Cheong Lau, and Tianyu Liu from the Chinese University of Hong Kong have looked at 600 most popular US and Chinese Android applications. Out of that, 182 applications, i.e., 41 percent of the total, supported single sign-on.

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Thursday, July 7, 2016

Android Nougat: New Features in Google’s Latest Mobile OS

Hello Friends,
Here I am giving you everthing you want to know about the new version of Android OS.
  1. The new version of Android device or Android Nougat will run apps without actually installing them on a device.
  2. The new security feature is also here. Android Nougat will let a user to encrypt specific files rather than the whole phone.
  3. It will offer a split-screen feature so users can toggle between apps more easily.
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Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Samsung 'Find My Mobile' Flaw Allows Hacker to Remotely Lock Your Device

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The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is warning users of a newly discovered Zero-Day flaw in the Samsung Find My Mobile service, which fails to validate the sender of a lock-code data received over a network.
The Find My Mobile feature implemented by Samsung in their devices is a mobile web-service that provides samsung users a bunch of features to locate their lost device, to play an alert on a remote
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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Android Lollipop 5.0 You Need To Know....

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After offering chocolate (Kit-Kat), now Google is ready to serve you Lollipops. Google on Wednesday finally revealed the official name of its next version Android L — Android 5.0 Lollipop.
The newly released Android 5.0 Lollipop ships with the latest Motorola-made Nexus 6 smartphone and Nexus 9 tablet built by HTC, but the company did not make the Lollipop available for download to other users immediately. The older versions of Nexus devices will receive the Lollipop update in the coming weeks.
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Friday, November 22, 2013

JellyBlast Rom for Samsung Galaxy Y GT-S5360 (which support GingerBread :) )

Make it look like ICS installed... 




Samsung Galaxy Y is a cute little budget android phone which has caught the hearts of young people in India and over the world. The device comes with android 2.3 Gingerbread, which is far outdated in present scenario, with Jellybean overtaking GB earlier this year in terms of users. Those who have used Y for a long time must have been bored by the old GB interface. So we can show you how to install JellyBean ROM in your favorite Galaxy Y.


Before starting ,

Warning:

  • Create back-up of all your data
  • Phone should possess atleast 65% battery life left
  • We aren't responsible for any problems with your device, Do this at your own risk.
  • Rooting Voids Warranty

So,   lets  Begin .....


  • Before Starting Root Your device and Install CWM Recovery- Click here

  • Download the JellyBlast Rom from 4share by searching " JellyBlastGenEDSigned.zip" ( about 122 MB)

  • Using USB connect your phone to Pc and copy the downloaded Rom file to your SD card.

  • Disconnect device from PC.


  • Boot into Recovery Mode-( Press Home+Volume Up+Power buttons)

  • Now you can use home button to select and Volume buttons to navigate.

  • Next you have to wipe all of the given stuffs:  [ wipe format, wipe system, wipe data, wipe boot, wipe dalvick, wipe cache ]

  • Next select "install zip from SD card" and in the coming page select "choose zip from SD card".

  • Now select the downloaded "JellyBlast.zip" rom file from your SD card and confirm it.

  • Now you have to wait till the process is finished. It will take some time.

  • When Jellybean is successfully installed, you will get a confirmation. Next go to main menu and select" Reboot System Now", and wait for it to restart.

  • Please note that the first boot takes quite some time, be patient.

Note: If your device hangs on boot screen/welcome screen, no need to worry. Just do all these steps again after removing the battery and reloading it.




Comment in case of problem .....

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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Transfer Your Data on Android over WiFi (No Data Cable Required) Use Your Mobile by Desktop

Get the all new AirDroid 2We all know that it's a pain in (we all know where) when we need to transfer
some file, photo, video or other contents from PC to mobile or vice versa

But now we have a simple solution for the problem. AirDroid is a great app that run on your android device and let you transfer all your data with ease over WiFi
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What's New in Android 4.2 : Jelly Bean Verson

Multiuser Interface 

one tablet, many usersNow one tablet can be used by many users. It’s your fully customized tablet. And theirs, too. With support for multiple users, you can give each person their own space. Everyone can have their own home screen, background, widgets, apps and games – even individual high scores and levels!

It provide a window like multiuser experience but wait It just go one step ahead since Android is built with multitasking at its core, it’s a snap to switch between users – no need to log in and out. 
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Monday, January 7, 2013

How To Install Windows In Android Tablet



First step: Android SDK
To get started, you will need to install the Android SDK. The reason being is you’ll need the program “adb” which essentially allows you in debug mode to issue commands to the phone (like installing programs) you can get and install the sdk here: http://developer.android.com/sdk/index.html
Actually getting set up with a working development environment for Android is a whole other story – you’ll need a IDE like Eclipse. But for now, all we’re concerned about is that adb program in the tools subdirectory.
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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Android Malware Now Exploits Steganography

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Malware makers are turning to quite sophisticated tricks to disguise the true purpose of rogue applications.

Security firm F-Secure have released details on how Android malware makes use of steganography to hide the control parameters for rogue code.

First, what is steganography? It’s the technique of hiding messages within something else, in this case, an icon file.

F-Secure first suspected that Android malware was making use of steganography when researchers came across this line of code:
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Tips And Tricks To Upgrade Your Android Phone

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The biggest problem with the Android platform has been how slowly many phone makers release the latest version of the OS for their older models. It's also not unusual for them to never do so. (A company may not want to spend resources on phones they no longer sell; or, they and the carrier for a particular model may not agree on when to provide an update.)

If you own such a neglected phone, and don't want to buy a new one, then your best shot is installing unofficial Android firmware on it.

The following is a primer on what you should know about the process of installing unauthorized Android
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Sunday, March 11, 2012

Whats new on Android 4.0: IceCream Sandwich

Android Tips Ice Cream Sandwich

The latest and the greatest:

  • Screens can now span the entire device. Home, Back, Menu and Search buttons are now soft buttons
  • Swipe to the right to throw stuff away and delete them, ex: recently opened applications and notifications
  • Zoomable calendar
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Sunday, January 29, 2012

How to access your PC on your mobile and tablets

A startup Nivio has started to offer virtual Windows desktop to tablets, phones or any other connected device.

Nivio, a cloud service provider, has launched a new service that will allow users to access their Windows based PCs through tablets and smartphones. The new service, named nDesktop, will be available for Android phones and tablets running OS version 2.3 and above, iPhone 4 and above, and iPads. It can also be accessed through HTML-5 compatible browsers.
"The nDesktop allows users to switch on and access a full Windows desktop from all their devices in less than 30 seconds," Nivio said in a press release.

Besides, Nivio has announced two new services. With the new Nivio nDrive, users can create a document
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