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     mCent is a website which gives free recharges for installing apps they recommend.You can use it either via your android phone or by using bluestacks though your pc.

1) Click the link below.

2) Register for mCent.
3) Install the mCent app on your phone and      login with login info

4) Install the Recommended apps and recharge your phone.

Wanna try with your pc ?

1) Install the BlueStacks Application in your pc

2) Login with your google account to playstore
3) Repeat the steps above

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Whatapp on Tablet without SIM

August 15, 2014 | Uncategorized | No Comments

                  If you own a smart phone then you are definitely using Whatsapp messenger :). Whatsapp is a free messaging app for the smartphone world which you can send text messages and media files like images, audio files and video files. Whatsapp requires an smartphone with SIM support. Also you require a working phone number to use it. Whatsapp currently doesn’t support tablets, but in this tutorial I will teach you to install Whatsapp on android tablets. The tablets can be Wi-Fi only android tablet or android tablet having SIM support. But do not worry as the this tutorial for installing Whatsapp on tablets will work on both types of tablets like Gallaxy 3, Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2 SM-T900, Galaxy Tab 4, Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 SM-T520 and all other tablets.

Install Whatsapp On Wi-Fi Only Tablets With No SIM Support

  • Downlaod and Install the latest version of Whatsapp for android here.
  • Now install the app. If install is blocked enable unknown sources. Then re-install the app.
  • Now after installing the app, open it. When you open it you will see a welcome screen. Click the ‘Agree and continue’ button.
  • When you click this button a note will open stating that “tablets are currently not supported.”. Click OK to begin the setup.
  • On the next screen you need to enter your phone number and choose the right country where you lives in.
  • Enter the phone number which you use often. Do not enter your friend’s phone number.
  • After entering the phone number click OK.
  • When you click OK a popup will open asking you to verify your phone number. Click OK again.

  • Whatsapp will automatically try to send a sms to the number specified by you. But after few minutes the sms verification will fail.
  • Now you will have to verify your number via voice call. Click the ‘Call me’ button to receive a voice call on that number. Hear the 6 digit verification code carefully. Enter this code in Whatsapp to verify your phone number. 

  • Now enter your name for Whatsapp profile and follow the instructions by clicking the ‘Next’ button on top right.
Now you have successfully installed Whatsapp on Wi-Fi  tablets with no SIM support. To add contacts in Whatsapp just save the contacts list on your tablet and refresh the list in Whatsapp. Now you will need a working data network for sending and receiving messages on Whatsapp. You can use your smart phone’s network on your tablet via Wi-Fi hotspot. Now Whatsapp will work on your tablet.


If you encounter any problem while installing Whatsapp on tablet then feel free to ask via comments.

          A common problem in the iPhone 4S, sometimes the Wi-Fi button will be grayed out and unclickable. This problem seems to be related to thermal shock—the problem may be temporarily fixed by simply putting the phone in the refrigerator for 15 minutes, or under a lamp for 30 minutes. Mine got worked for 30 minutes.

If this is the case, then the necessary permanent solution is to reflow the Murata SW SS1830010 Wi-Fi chip on the logic board. And don’t expect any other solutions will work out .Try to change this chip via any local iphone service centers .The better option will be replacing yours with a Dead iphone 4s wifi Chip.

How to fix iPhone 4s Wifi Grayed Out  ?

-Want to fix it via Heating or Cooling method (Temporary)?
 (For me it worked for 30mnts)
 * Heat it till this warning msg arrives using a hair Dryer (2mnts) & Cool it in freezer for 5mnts after putting it in a plastic Bag.(Try with your own risk 🙂 )

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mVkiU2jNSE

-FixIT Gives a Reply in this way :
  Want to Change the chip your self ?
 : http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/How+to+Fix+iPhone+4S+Wi-Fi+Grayed+Out/22167

Whats Behind the Heating Technic ??

Drastically changing temperature on electronic components causes solder joints and other connections/components like capacitors, to expand and/or contract. It is usually used as a quick way to diagnose where a problem is.

So in the 4S’s case, it may be bad solder joints, a bad capacitor or even the wifi chip (USI 339S0154)’s oscillator isn’t calibrated correctly and the change in temperature allows it to change slightly. However I haven’t looked at the datasheet to verify this.

#I Recommend you to replace the WIFI Module with a Dead Iphone ##only with the help of an expert .:) Which charged me 800 rupees in Calicut,Kerala – INDIA

Iphone 4s Wifi Greyed Out Victims

May 25, 2014 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Apple iPhone 4S wifi errors

Do you recognize the following problem?
You have upgraded your Apple iPhone 4S to iOS 7 and now you find your Wifi is greyed out.
Please check the following:
Your phone affected is the Apple iPhone 4S ?
Your problems occured after the upgrade to iOS7 ?
The issue you are now experiencing is a greyed out WiFI button, which was not greyed out before ?
You have (to the best of your ability, and within reason) tried all options advised by Apple to resolve this issue ?
You find you are unable to resolve this problem yourself ?
Your iPhone 4S  was operating without any noticable problems prior to the upgrade to iOS7 ?
You feel Apple needs to come up with an acceptable solution for this issue
If all the above is applies to you please read on:
Dear everyone, 
First of all, just like you I am experiencing this problem and it is very frustrating!
I like to draw your attention to the following discussions on the Apple discussion website:
Upgrade to iOS7 most likely cause of an overheated wifichip. Resulting in a defective iPhone 4S
After the upgrade to iOS7 hundreds and mostlikely many thousands of Apple iPhone 4S users are experiencing serious problems resulting in an overheated WiFi chip with as result a greyed out WiFi button in the settings screen. 
This results in lost WiFi communication and -because both the WiFi and Bluetooth are integrated in the same chip-  in lost or severely deteriorated Bluetooth communications.
The serious overheating of this WiFi chip on the mainboard results in an unusable iPhone 4S.  (Unfortunately I have hands-on experience myself)
According to Apple the WiFi chip was “most likely already broken” before the upgrade took place and the customer just was not aware of this. And it is just ‘coincidence’ that now after the upgrade to iOS7 the phone’s WiFi and Bluetooth completely stopped working.
As you can see from the below threads desperate Apple iPhone 4S customers are trying out every possible way up to even using fridges and hairdryers to get their phones working !
Up to now Apple in no way is supporting these thousands? of users affected and even states  (like in my case) that the upgrade to iOS 7 was fully ‘at your own risk’ 
(quote ‘sir, it says so in the small print in the legal statement during the upgrade procedure’ unquote)
History of the WiFi problem
This problem not only occurs now with iOS 7 but also occurred last year with the introduction of iOS 6. 
Doug Aamoth of TIME Magazine wrote an article on June 3, 2013 on his identical problems:  
http://techland.time.com/2013/06/06/apples-ios-6-1-3-update-can-knock-out-wi-fi-bluetooth-and-cost-you-200-to-fix/
At that time however most iPhone 4S customers could still claim warranty since iOS 6 was introduced shortly after the iPhone 4S. This kept this issue less relevant and thus drew less anger and frustration.
Practically all iPhone4s users now find they’re (just a few months) out of warranty.
With the iPhone 5 introduced in September 2012 and now iOS 7 introduced in September 2013.
The result is that our iPhones 4s phones -in quite a few cases only just over a year old-  are now without working WiFi, Bluetooth and oftern with a degenerated Battery life of in most cases only a few hours. This all makes our iPhones completely unusable
I would like to bring this under your attention since Apple is -as you see in these discussions- not giving any support or comment on these cases.
Their line: ‘sheer coincidence’, as you can read from the communication between the owners of broken iPhone4s phones and Apple support employees.
For me, an affected user, with a now worthless iPhone, it feels very wrong when a company like Apple brings out a new faulty firmware iOS 7- which obviously does not work together well with a ‘shaky’ wifi chip- states it is meant for the iPhone 4, 4S and 5, 5C and 5S  and then shoves the responsibility on their customers by saying: you upgraded at your own risk.
As you can understand I am very frustrated in the support Apple is giving her customers.
Even more so knowing Apple made over $ 6 billion profit in just the third quarter of 2013.
more information:
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5331834?start=60&tstart=0
https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5328365?start=390&tstart=0
or just do a google search on ” iphone 4s wifi greyed out” 
Let me sum up my observations in these discussions here on the Apple Discussion pages:
Everyone having a problem in these discussions have the following problem:
All phone affected are IPhone 4s
All problems occured after the upgrade to iOS7
The issue we are experiencing is a greyed out WiFI button, which was not greyed out before.
We have tried all options advised by Apple to resolve this issue.
We are all unable to solve this problem ourselves constructively, although some of us have managed adhoc ‘fixes’ like hairdryers or using the fridge to ‘cool off’ the wifi chip.
Our iPhone 4s’s  were operating without any noticable problems prior to the upgrade to iOS7
The above makes me to draw the following conclusion:
There is a clear pattern and these are obviously not individual cases. It appears the wifi chip of the iPhone 4s is being of a substandard quality and not being not fully compatible with the new iOS firmware which causes this problem. Also most of the beta testing over the past months was done using the iPhone 5 and not the iPhone 4 or iPhone 4s. Most likely because the 4 series were not part of the large scale testing Apple was not fully aware of this accelerated issue with the Wifi chip (when you do a Google search on “iPhone greyed out wifi” you see that this issue is not new, and you see the issue involves mostly the 4s ) But it seems iOS 7 pushed these weak and thus unreliable wifi chips just over the edge, causing them to overheat and thus to stop functioning alltogether.
Apple must be fully aware of this issue by now but they are incredibly silent in communicating with their in my estimation  ‘multiple thousands’ of customers worldwide experiencing this problem. Apple only sticks by claiming the upgrade to iOS7 is “at your own risk” (that’s what I was told) and sticking to the warranty period
(I bought my iPhone in Aug 2012, so am out of Apple warranty)
For the iPhone 4S, Apple seems to have used a faulty WiFi chip which in some cases seems not to be able to handle the load of the iOS. This can lead to overheating issues which can eventually cause a hardware failure
As customers in good faith we bought this product 
We paid a large amount of money  (I paid some $800 last year) since we believed we bought a quality product in the believe we could use it -with good care of course- for at least 2, 3 or even 4 years to come
We upgraded the firmware from iOS 5 or 6 to iOS 7 since Apple advised us to do so (as is very obvious from the constant messages in the settings menu of the iPhone and in iTunes)
We followed all the regular procedures as advised by Apple in the upgrade
There is no way how Apple could hold us responsible for having done a ‘wrong’ installation, making us responsible for our own actions.
Apple has been aware for over a year the Apple 4S WiFi chip is not reliable (A Google search on iPhone 4S Wifi greyed out will proof my point) and was therefor fully aware this “greyed out” problem – which also occurred when iOS 6 was introduced, might very likely occur again with the introduction of iOS 7. 
Since Apple did not inform her customers of this risk the customers were not given the choice to either upgrade (knowing the risks) or staying with the previous (working) version.
Apple does not enable the users to return to the previous version of iOS, and even if Apple would allow the users to return to a previous version, there is a great risk the hardware has become seriously damaged already in the upgrade to iOS 7, making this not a feasible option.
As result of this us, we, customers are now stuck with an unusable iPhone for which we paid plenty of money and so support from Apple whatsoever in solving this issue.
I feel that Apple should take their responsibility and help her customers in solving this quality issue.
( One thing I am sure of, if Apple would be a car manufacturer or an airplane manufacturer they would never get away with this, and would be forced to do a recall)
My message to Apple:
You know thousands of your customers are affected by this fault. It is now time to act. Taking responsibility never hurts (even if you for some reason feel you are not fully to blame) It gives you credit. And credit gives you loyal customers.
TOGETHER WE ARE STRONG: 
I want to ask all Apple iPhone 4S users experiencing this problem to sign this petition in which we ask Apple to resolve this matter in an acceptable manner.

Cyber Crime Cell has issued a statement which says that College Students are allegedly using Orkut and other social Networks

to target people they don’t like and indulging in character assassination.

Times of India covers the complete article.(ReadMore)

Highlights from the Article

Cyber Crime Cell – college students are allegedly using sites like Orkut, Facebook and MySpace to target people they don’t like by creating fake profiles, posting abuses, obscene pictures of their friends or giving out personal detail like telephone numbers, addresses and e-mail ids. In other words, character assassination.

Police – More often than not, the perpetrator is a boy who wants to get back at a girl who has spurned his affections.

Cyber Crime Cell – We get at least one case a month from a popular networking site who’s privacy levels are known to be a little lax.


> The IP addresses will enable the Cell to track down people who have posted messages and book them if the need arises, police officials said.


Thanks to indiatimes and orkut+

Google Earth 5 Plus the Ocean & Mars

February 27, 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Google Earth 5, the latest version of Google’s 3D geo-browser, brings an important feature from the discontinued Google Earth Plus, which used to cost $20/year. You can now read tracks and waypoints from a GPS device like Magellan and Garmin and you can import GPS files in GPX and LOC format.

Another interesting new feature is the ability to visualize geographical changes over time. Google Earth shows historical imagery that goes back to the 40s in some places like San Francisco.

If you find an interesting way to visualize a location, there’s a new “record a tour” option that saves the places you visit in Google Earth and lets you replay the tour. Unfortunately, you can’t export a tour in a video format using the free version of Google Earth, but the good news is that you can record a voice commentary.

Google Earth is no longer just about the Earth and stars, now you can use it to view imagery and terrain of Mars by clicking on the planet icon.
While all these additions useful, you’ll most likely download Google Earth 5 to explore the ocean. “Dive beneath the surface and visit the deepest part of the ocean, the Mariana Trench. Explore the ocean with top marine experts including National Geographic and BBC. Learn about ocean observations, climate change, and endangered species. Discover new places including surf, dive, and travel hot spots and shipwrecks.”

Google Earth 5 for Windows, Linux and Mac can be downloaded from earth.google.com. The Windows version is not download directly: you first install Google Update, which downloads the setup and then installs the application. For those who can’t use Google Update, here’s a direct link to the Windows client.

Tip: Before installing Google Earth, read the user guide.

Here are a few things that can be done in times of grave emergencies. Your mobile phone can actually be a life saver or an emergency tool for survival. Check out the things that you can do with it:

Emergency
The Emergency Number worldwide for Mobile is 112. If you find yourself out of the coverage area of your mobile; network and there is an emergency, dial 112 and the mobile will search any existing network to establish the emergency number for you, and interestingly this number 112 can be dialed even if the keypad is locked. Try it out.

Have you locked your keys in the car?
Does your car have remote keyless entry? This may come in handy someday. Good reason to own a cell phone: If you lock your keys in the car and the spare keys are at home, call someone at home on their mobile phone from your cell phone.
Hold your cell phone about a foot from your car door and have the person at your home press the unlock button, holding it near the mobile phone on their end. Your car will unlock. Saves someone from having to drive your keys to you. Distance is no object. You could be hundreds of miles away, and if you can reach someone who has the other ‘remote’ for your car, you can unlock the doors (or the trunk).
Note: It didn’t work fine! I tried it out and it did not unlock my car!

Hidden Battery Power
Imagine your mobile battery is very low. To activate, press the keys *3370# Your mobile will restart with this reserve and the instrument will show a 50% increase in battery. This reserve will get charged when you charge your mobile next time.
Note: This too didn’t work fine!

How to disable a STOLEN mobile phone?
To check your Mobile phone’s serial number, key in the following digits on your phone * # 0 6 #
A 15 digit code will appear on the screen. This number is unique to your handset. Write it down and keep it somewhere safe. When your phone get stolen, you can phone your service provider and give them this code. They will then be able to block your handset so even if the thief changes the SIM card, your phone will be totally useless. You probably won’t get your phone back, but at least you know that whoever stole it can’t use/sell it either. If everybody does this, there would be no point in people stealing mobile phones.

3-Player Chess~~~~interesting!!!

February 22, 2009 | Uncategorized | No Comments

Recently I came across this fascinating version of chess(passed on to me by my friend Karthikeyan). I didn’t have an opportunity to play it. You need a different chess board to play it, but the concept itself is beautiful!3-way chess is a chessboard on which three people can play. The same rules apply except for some slight variation on moves made through the center of the board.

The regular chess rules are used, although the shape of the board is obviously different.

General rules:

1. The players take turns clockwise. The right of the first move is determined randomly.
2. The player who makes first check-mate wins.
3. The pawns move straight forward. Accordingly half of the pawns goes to the right, and the other half goes to the left.
The main characteristic of the game: if two players don’t like the third, he is doomed.
The funny part of the game: the two players must compete for the privilege to check-mate the third.
I still prefer the 2 player chess which I am familiar with!


The next time you get the message :“Orkut is banned you fool, The administrators didnt write this program guess who did?? MUHAHAHA!!” don’t panic. Remove it by using the steps I mention in this article

Instructions

Step1

MUHAHAHA!! is a W32.USBWorm virus which displays such messages while opening Orkut and Youtube.The very first step: Open the Task Manager by pressing Ctrl + Alt + Del and go to processes tab .

Step2

Locate svchost.exe under the image name. There will be many processes by that name but look for the ones which have your username under the username.

Step3

Just kill these processes by pressing Del key.Only kill those which have your username under the username and leave the rest

Step4

Open the run command and type C:heap41a and press enter. This is a hidden folder. Delete all the contents of this folder.

Step5

Open the registry by typing regedit in the run box.
Search for heap41a in the registry by using the find command

Step6

You will get something like this “[winlogon] C:heap41asvchost.exe C:heap(some number)std.txt“. Just delete the entries by pressing the del key.

Step7

Close the registry editor. Now the virus will be gone.