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Wednesday, 9 October 2019

October 09, 2019

Why Smartphones Heat?? Reasons Behind It

(1) Overload
Overloading is a big reason for the smartphone heating issue. If you are doing multiple tasks such as; playing a heavy online game with downloading a heavy file on background, then the processor of the smartphone can not handle it and the phone starts to heat. Also if you are downloading a lot of heavy files in a same time then also the smartphone starts to heat.

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(2) Processor
It is the main part of the smartphone. All the functions of smartphone control by the processor. So generally this processors are made from semiconductors. And this semiconductors are consists of many electrons. When our phone starts to work then the electrons in the processor starts to move & when they interact with each other then heat generated. So then the heat starts to release from the phone & we feel this heat.

(3) Battery
It is also a main reason for the smartphone heating issue. Generally at the time of charging every phones starts to heat. But some smartphones temperature increases more during the charging. It only happens by the battery. Because now the smartphones battery is very slim & small. When the heat generate during the charging process, it starts to release from the battery but due to small size & slim there is a short place to release the heat. So that the temperature of the phone increases more.

(4) Room Temperature
It also affect the smartphones. Suppose in your location the temperature generally 35 degree to 40 degree. So it does not affect the smartphones. But if the temperature in your location reaches 45 degree to 50 degree & it continue then it affect your smartphones. So that the smartphones temperature increases.

(5) Poor Signal
This is the most important reason for the smartphones heating issue. Many times in our locations, the signal does not reach properly or some times for heavy traffic the network speed goes down. So that when we use our phones for net browsing, then its start to buffering & take a long time to show the result & automatically for this reason the smartphones starts to heat.

Many times the smartphones companies & manufacturers send the software updates regarding many types of heating issues. So that always check for those software updates and update your phone in the latest version to prevent this types of heating issues.
October 09, 2019

What Is Root On Android ?? Advantages & Disadvantages

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Now many smartphone users rooting their smartphones for fulfil their needs. But their are some advantages and disadvantages for rooting on android. Actually, rooting means to go to the lower level of the android and keeping the whole control of a android phone. After rooting you can do everything with your smartphone, there will be no restrictions from the smartphone manufacturers or companies. But in the time of rooting if you miss some steps then your phone will be no more, it will be just like a toy. So lets discuss about the advantages and disadvantages of rooting on android.

* When you root your phone then first you will lose your phone's warranty. Some companies like Samsung, LG will not provide the warranty after you root your phone, where some other companies support the rooting. But maximum companies never provide warranty after rooting the phone.

* The 2nd disadvantage is after rooting you will be lose your phones security patches. Because before rooting, your phone had got some software updates by which there are some security patches add to your smartphone. But after rooting the phone will take a long time to receive the official software updates from the phone manufacturers.

* After rooting if you visit any malicious websites and download some movies or song or clicking on any ads then there will be 90 percentage chance of malware attack. Because there will be no restrictions for the malware to enter into your phone.

* The main disadvantage is if you miss some steps at the time of rooting then your phone will be no more. All the data, software, features will be permanently delete. It will be just like a toy.

* After rooting you can do everything with your smartphone. You can increase your phones battery life, can also increase the internal memory and the random access memory (RAM) of the phone.

* Everything that you get restricted in your original phone, you can do all those things in your rooting smartphone.

* For example if your phone have a 16 GB of ROM and the memory get filled then in your original phone you can not transfer all apps to the SD Cards but in the rooting phone you can manage anything about storage. You can transfer any apps that you wish.

* In a original phone there are some default apps that you can not uninstall. Either you enable or disable it. But in a rooting phone you can uninstall all those unnecessary default apps that you want.

* By the use of Custom ROM's you can do everything in your rooting phone. You can change all the default layouts, themes and everything that you want.   

Tuesday, 8 October 2019

October 08, 2019

What is Virus, Malware, Trojan & Worms?? How To Be Safe??

As you know the computer malware and viruses are increasing so much because of unawareness and by some simple mistakes. There are also some other malware like Trojans & Worms that also affect your devices. But what are the reasons, why and how they enter into your devices and corrupt it?? How to be safe from it?? So lets go to know about it.

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It is also known as Malicious Software. The main source from which the malicious software comes to your system is internet. As you know with the help of internet we do many works easily but when you use this internet to download the pirated movies, pirated songs, pirated games and if you visit in a pirated website then the malicious software comes to your system. The malicious E-mails are also a source from which malicious software comes to your system. If we consider in offline there are also many ways by which this malicious software comes. For example if you use the CD, DVD, Pen drives, SD Cards from any unknown sources to connect with your system then there is a chance of malware attack.

The viruses are the malware that enters into your computer in different ways through the online and offline. When a virus enters into your system, it target a particular site, folder or file. When the virus enters into that site, folder or file then it corrupted the whole folder or file. It has also the capacity to corrupted a whole software. These viruses can transfer if you connect a CD, DVD, Pendrive to a corrupted system.

These are also a type of malware that enter into your system in different ways. When the Worms enters into the system they creates multiple copies of a same file or folder. So when they create multiple files in your system then your computer loses its space and will became slower.

It is a type of malware which enters into your system through different apps. When you download a free antivirus app or memory cleaner app then through this apps there is a chance of Trojan attack. Generally when it enters into a system, you can not feel its activities. Behind the scene it corrupts your whole system. But when you get inform about it, at that time it is too late. It already corrupt the whole software of the system.

How To Be Safe
* To secure your whole system you should be buy a paid Antivirus which should have a licence.
* Don't install free antiviruses because in some free antiviruses there is a chance of malware attack.
* Don't visit any pirated websites and don't click on any unknown ads.
* Don't download or play the pirated games and don't download any pirated movies or songs.
* Always check your systems Software Updates and if there is any updates then quickly install it.
* Don't open any malicious E-mails & don't click the links in it.
* Always use a good Pendrive, SD Card, CD, DVD from a popular brand. If you get any such types of hardwares from unknown sources then avoid that.

Saturday, 1 December 2018

December 01, 2018

20 Secret Codes Of Android !!

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Most of the smartphone users are using android. So, there are many numbers of android users. There are some secret codes are available for android which will unlock some hidden features on your smartphone. So, here in this post i will give you 20 secret android codes list which will help you to check your smartphone's performance and unlock some hidden features that you never know.

(1) *#06#
By entering this code in your phone's dialer a pop up will open which show your International mobile station equipment identity number (IMEI). If you have 2 SIM cards then  two IMEI numbers will be show.

(2) *#0*# 
For this code you will able to test your phone's various functions like touch, vibration, camera, frequency, speaker, sensor, LED, dimming etc.

(3) *#*#4636#*#* 
This is the most common android code. By dial this code you will able to see the information about the phone. It also display the battery statistics.

(4) *43#
This code will activate the call waiting. To activate it dial *43# and call from your phone. Then a pop up will open which show the call waiting is activated. To deactivate this service call #43#.

(5) #31#
Using this code you can hide your phone from caller ID. Again for enable caller ID dial *31#.

(6) *#67#
By entering this code you can check your calls are forwarding or not.

(7) *#34971539#*#*
This code shows you the camera information of your smartphone.

(8) *#*#0673#*#*
By dialing this code you can conduct the audio test of your phone.

(9) *#*#3264#*#*
This code shows you the RAM version of your phone.

(10) *#*#2664#*#*
By this code you can test your phone's touch screen.

(11) *#*#0842#*#*
This code allows you the vibration and backlight test of your smartphone.

(12) *#*#232338#*#*
If you have any trouble to find your phone's Wi-Fi Mac address then this code will help you to find your Wi-Fi Mac address.

(13) *#*#1472365#*#*
This code help you to conduct a quick GPS test.

(14) *#*#7780#*#*
This code reset your phone to factory state. It only deletes applications and it's data.

(15) *2767*3855#
This code completely wipe your smartphone and reinstalls the phones firmware.

(16) *#0782#
This code allows you to test real time clock.

(17) *#3282*727336*#
This code shows you the data usage status of your phone.

(18) *#*#232331#*#*
By this code you can test your phone's bluetooth.

(19) *#*#1234#*#*
By entering this code you will able see your phone's PDA and firmware information.

(20) *#*#2663#*#*
This code shows the touch screen version of your phone.

Tuesday, 13 November 2018

November 13, 2018

The Complete History Of Android Versions !!

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Android is a very popular operating system in the world. The history of android version began with android beta on 5 Nov, 2007. Then the first commercial version android 1.0 was released on 23 Sep, 2008. After that the journey of android started. From android 1.0 to the most recent version of android is Android Pie. So, in this post i will completely describe the history and journey of android versions from beginning to present.

Android 1.0 to 1.1
The android versions 1.0 and 1.1 has no specific names but android 1.1 was unofficially known as Petit four. As you know the android version 1.0 was released on 23 Sep, 2008. It has some features like camera support, Google apps like Gmail, Google calendar, Google contacts, Google maps with street view, Google search, Google talk, text messaging, MMS, media player, bluetooth, Wi-Fi support and it also supported You Tube. After android 1.0 the next version 1.1 was released on 9 Feb, 2009. The version 1.1 is unofficially known as Petit four. In this version android added some extra features like ability to save attachments in messages, longer in-call screen timeout and support added for marquee in system layouts.

Android 1.5 Cupcake
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After android 1.1 the next version of android was released on 27 April, 2009 which was known as android 1.5 Cupcake. It has some features like video recording and playback in 3GP formats, copy & paste features in web browser, user pictures shown for favorites in contacts, auto-pairing & stereo support for bluetooth, auto-rotation option etc.  

Android 1.6 Donut
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After android cupcake the next version was android 1.6 donut which was released on 15 Sep, 2009. It has some extra features like voice & text entry search enhanced to include bookmark. Gallery, camera and camcorder more fully integrated with faster camera access, ability for users to select multiple photos for deletion, support for WVGA screen resolutions etc.

Android 2.0 - 2.1 Eclair
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The android 2.0 Eclair was released on 26 Oct, 2009. it has some features like microsoft exchange email support, bluetooth 2.1 support, ability to search all saved SMS & MMS messages, ability to tap a contacts photo & select to call, SMS or email the person, improved typing speed, numerous new camera support, digital zoom etc. After version 2.0 the next version android 2.0.1 eclair was released on 3 Dec, 2009 where minor API changed, bugfixed and framework behavioral changed. After 2.0.1 the next version android 2.1 was released on 12 Jan, 2010 which has some extra features like minor amendments to the API and bugfixes. 

Android 2.2 - 2.2.3 Froyo
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Android 2.2 froyo was released on 20 May, 2010. It comes with new features like speed, memory, performance optimizations, adobe flash support, option to disable data access over mobile network, support for installing applications to the expandable memory, support for high-ppi displays etc. After 2.2 the next version android 2.2.1 was released on 18 Jan, 2011 with some features like bugfixes, security updates & performance improvements. Then the next version 2.2.2 froyo was released on 22 Jan, 2011 with minor bugfixes, including SMS routing issues that affected the Nexus one. After that the last froyo version 2.2.3 was released on 21 Nov, 2011 with two security updates.   

Android 2.3 - 2.3.7 Gingerbread
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The android 2.3 Gingerbread was released on 6 Dec, 2010. It has some features like faster, more intuitive text input in virtual keyboard, enhanced copy/ paste functionality, support for multiple cameras on the device, including a front facing camera etc. After 2.3 the next version 2.3.1 was released on Dec, 2010 where the 2.3.2 was released on Jan, 2011 with improvements & bugfixes for the Nexus S. The 2.3.3 was released on 9 Feb, 2011 with several improvements & API fixes. After it 2.3.4 was released on 28 April, 2011 with support for voice or video chat using Google talk and 2.3.5 version was released on 25 July, 2011 with fixed bluetooth bug on Samsung Galaxy S, improved gmail applications etc. In the same month of 2011 version 2.3.6 was released on 2 Sep with a fixed voice search bug where as the 2.3.7 version was released on 21 Sep with Google wallet support for the Nexus S 4G. 

Android 3.0 - 3.2.6 Honeycomb
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Android 3.0 Honeycomb was released on 22 Feb, 2011. It comes with some features like new easter egg, an image of a Tron themed bumblebee, added system bar, action bar, quick access to camera exposure, hardware acceleration etc. Then the 3.1 comes on 10 May, 2011 with UI refinements, connectivity for USB accessories, support for joysticks etc. On 15 July, 2011 version 3.2 comes with improved hardware support, compatibility display mode etc. After 3.2 there are 6 more versions of android Honeycomb released. All the 6 versions come with bugfixes & minor improvements. On 20 Sep, 2011 the 3.2.1 comes, then on 30 Aug, 2011 the 3.2.2 version, on 30 Aug 3.2.3, then on Dec, 2011 version 3.2.4 comes, on Jan, 2012 the new version 3.2.5 & on Feb, 2012 another version 3.2.6 comes. 

Android 4.0 - 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich
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The android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was released on 18 Oct, 2011. It comes with some new features like ability to access applications directly from lock screen, better voice integration, face unlock, built-in photo editor etc. Then the 4.0.1 comes on 21 Oct, 2011 & 4.0.2 comes on 28 Nov with fixed minor bugs for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. After these 4.0.3 was released on 16 Dec, 2011 with numerous bugfixes, new APIs for developers, new camera applications etc. The last version of ice cream sandwich 4.0.4 comes on 29 March, 2012 with stability improvements, better camera performance, smoother screen rotation and improved phone number recognition. 

Android 4.1 - 4.3.1 Jelly Bean
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Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was released on 9 July, 2012 with smoother user interface, CPU input boost, user-installed keyboard maps, bi-directional text & other language support, expandable notifications, USB audio etc. After 4.1 a new version 4.1.1 comes on 11 July, 2012 and 4.1.2 comes on 9 Oct, 2012 with performance enhancements, some extra features and bugfixes. Then the 4.2 version comes on 13 Nov, 2012 with lock screen improvements, daydream screensavers, rewritten bluetooth stack, group messaging etc. After 4.2 again four new versions of Jelly Bean was released. On 27 Nov, 2012 the 4.2.1, on 11 Feb, 2013 the 4.2.2, then on 24 July, 2013 the 4.3 and on 3 Oct, 2013 the last version of Jelly Bean 4.3.1 released. All the new versions released with some extra features, improvements and bugfixes. 

Android 4.4 - 4.4.4 KitKat
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Android 4.4 KitKat comes on 31 Oct, 2013 with new framework for UI transitions, sensor batching, step detector, audio tunneling, audio monitoring, built-in screen recording feature, verified boot etc. After 4.4 a new version 4.4.1 comes on 5 Dec, 2013 with better application compatibility for ART, bugfixes. Then on 9 Dec, 2013 the 4.4.2, on 2 June, 2014 the 4.4.3 and 4.4.4 was released on 19 June, 2014 with some improvements and bugfixes.

Android 5.0 - 5.1.1 Lollipop
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Android 5.0 Lollipop was released on 12 Nov, 2014. It comes with some features like support for 64-bit CPUs, support for print previews, refreshed lock screen, audio input & output through USB devices etc. After 5.0 the next version 5.0.1 was released on 2 Dec, 2014 with a few bugfixes and the 5.0.2 version was released on 19 Dec, 2014 with changes how alarms wake the CPU and fixes a bug with TRIM support. Then the new version 5.1 was released on 9 March, 2015 with improvements & bug fixes to the overview screen, device protection, official support for multiple SIM cards etc. After 5.1 another version 5.1.1 was released on 21 April, 2015 with various bugfixes, native Wi-Fi calling support.

Android 6.0 - 6.0.1 Marshmallow
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The android 6.0 Marshmallow was released on 5 Oct, 2015. It has some features like app standby, application search bar & favorites, native fingerprint reader support, USB-C support, automatic full data backup & restore for apps etc. After 6.0 the next version 6.0.1 was released on 7 Dec, 2015 with some extra features like unicode 7.0 & 8.0 support, description for USB connection options and double-tap power button to open camera.

Android 7.0 - 7.1.2 Nougat
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Android 7.0 Nougat was released on 22 Aug, 2016. It comes with some features like unicode 9.0 support, ability to screen zoom, multi-window support, new data saver mode, new JIT compiler, picture-in-picture support for android TV etc. After 7.0 the new version 7.1 was released on 4 Oct, 2016 with circular app icons support, keyboard image insertion, manual storage manager intent for apps, multi-endpoint call support etc. Then another new version 7.1.1 was released on 5 Dec, 2016 with new set of emojis adding different skin & haircut to existing ones, send GIFs directly from the default keyboard etc. After 7.1.1 another new version 7.1.2 was released on 4 April, 2017 with battery usage alerts.

Android 8.0 - 8.1 Oreo
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The android 8.0 Oreo was released on 21 Aug, 2017. It has some features like adaptive icons, multi display support, 2 times faster boot time, google play protect, Wi-Fi assistant, integrated printing support etc. Then the next version 8.1 was released on 5 Dec, 2017 with some extra features like automatic light & dark themes, programmatic safe browsing actions, autofill framework updates, wallpaper colors API etc. 

Android 9.0 Pie
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The present android version is android 9.0 Pie which was released on 6 Aug, 2018. It comes with some new features like adaptive battery, adaptive brightness, wind down option, "Shush", an enhanced version of Do Not disturb mode activated by placing the phone face down, which mutes standard notifications etc. If you are interested to know about the top features of Android Pie then check our post :- Android 9 Pie 🍰 Top Features !!

Sunday, 9 September 2018

September 09, 2018

Android 9 Pie 🍰 Top Features !!

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After Android 8.1 Oreo the next version of the android (Pie) has come with some new features and updates. There are some new and interesting features that Android has introduced in its new version. Android Pie is the 16th version and 9th major update of the android operating system. In this OS version android has focused on 3 main categories which is (1) Intelligence, (2) Simplicity & (3) Digital Wellbeing. So in below there are some top features that android has introduced in its new version.

Adaptive Battery  

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According to android in this version you can get this Adaptive Battery feature in your smartphone. This feature will monitor which apps and services you like to use and which you don't like in your phone. So according to the uses this feature will decide which apps will get more power & which will get less. So the apps and services you don't use more will not a cause of the battery consumption.

Adaptive Brightness

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According to this feature you will get an automatically brightness adjust in your smartphone. This feature will work on depend upon your environment and activities. So you will not worry about the brightness in different places or conditions. Here for this feature your phone learns how you like to set the brightness and it automatically adjusts.

App Actions
There is also an app actions feature which predicts what you are about to do. So you can get the next task more quickly. Suppose you connect your headphones the playlist you were listening to earlier is front and center. It also adapts for your morning commute.

It bring the relevant parts of your favorite apps to the surface. Suppose you were searching about the Uber for your ride, then after some time when you will go again to search about your ride on the browser, then the price and related services will pop up on your phone screen. So this feature will be more easier for your search.

Intuitive Navigation
This feature provides that you can switch between the apps and can get the recent use apps by using gestures instead of buttons. You can also copy & paste the text from one tab to another tab.

Digital Wellbeing

Do Not Disturb
Improvements to Do not Disturb to silence not just notifications sounds, but also all the visual interruptions. Calls from starred contacts will still come through, so you don't have to worry about missing something urgent.

App Dashboard
In this feature you can get a daily view of the time spent on your phone. How frequently you use different apps and how many notifications you get.

Wind Down
According to this feature you can set a daily schedule to get your phone ready for bed.

App Timers
This feature let you set daily time limits for your apps. When you reach the limit, the app is paused for the rest of the day. 

Other Features

* In case of camera there is also some features in the Android Pie. In this version the phone can get multi-camera support. You can streams from two or more physical cameras, such as on devices with either dual-front or dual-back cameras.
* Android 9 now also supports external USB / UVC cameras on certain devices.

* There is a display cutout feature in this version. It support for devices with cutouts to make use of available screen space.
* There is also a feature in case of the display which mentioned as edge-to-edge screens. This feature support for devices with 18:9 and taller aspect ratios, and devices with display cutouts.

Thursday, 16 August 2018

August 16, 2018

5 Common Mistakes That You're Making With Your Smartphone!!!

(1) Overcharging & Low Charge
This is a very common mistake.Many smartphone users charge their devices before they sleep then pull the plug when they wake up many hours after. For this long time charging there could be pose a problem because Li-ion batteries usually reach 100 percent charge between two and three hours.The temperature rises when the battery is overcharged &, not only would this shorten the battery life due to stress, it may also threaten a user's safety, just like those batteries that quickly heat up and explode.

Many users spend a lot of time in the social media sites, watch movies for a long time but they forgot about their phones charge.When it hits 8 to 10 percent charge then they realize about that.
Li-ion batteries are designed to perform its best between 30 to 80 percent capacity so, once the battery hits lower than 30, feel free to charge your smartphone.Likewise, once the charge hits 80 percent, you really don't need to wait for your phone to reach 100 percent anymore.

(2) Tapping On Links
Smartphone users are more susceptible to phishing attacks than desktop users. They tend to be less vigilant about security. It is harder to spot a fake login page on a smartphone than on a computer. Further, shortened URLs make it harder to detect illegitimate addresses.The best defense is to avoid clicking on links sent via SMS or instant messaging apps. Also, always open email links using your computer.

(3) Joining Public Wi-Fi Networks
At many places like railway stations, airports there are the public Wi-Fi networks. It may be cheap but they are also a major security risk.Information sent over public Wi-Fi networks is visible to anyone on the network if they know how to view it.Hackers can easily steal your information & remotely access your device. If you must use a public Wi-Fi network, connect to the internet using a VPN (Virtual Private Network). It is a method to connect websites securely even on public networks. In other way, use your mobile data at that place.

(4) Forgetting To Install Updates

Time to time the Smartphone manufacturers & app developers issue software updates to improve the security patches & functionality of the smartphone. But many users avoid this, they use a old version for long time. But you should accept those updates to your phones operating system as soon as you are notified. The same goes with apps running on your phone. So regularly update the software running on your device give the phone a better performance.

(5) Forgetting To Log Out

If you are always logged into Amazon, Paypal & other sensitive sites where your finances are within easy reach, then you are doing a big mistake. Because on the shopping sites, recharge apps you also submit your credit cards, debit cards, bank details etc. It is very sensitive. So don't keep your phone permanently logged into such websites. Don't check the box in the app that asks to save your username & password. It is convenient not to have to log into the app every time but it exposes you to considerable financial risk. If your phone were to be stolen, a thief would have unrestricted access to your finances & you could end up with a massive bill for things you never bought.