Lumify X9 LED Torch,Simply More Than The Best Ever!!

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If you’ve been on the internet in the
past
12months, you would of 100% of seen an
ad for the infamous – Lumify X9 .
It’s been super popular across the world.
The Top #1 Selling ‘Tactical Flashlight’ in
2015 and 2016.
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Stock is also “selling out fast” in the lead
up to the December Christmas holidays.
But Why Is Lumify Still The
Bestselling In The World?
Well, a number of reasons:
1) It’s the cheapest, compared to it’s same
class competitors – Only $49 vs $116.99
2) It’s Massively Discounted Online – Up to
75% Off Retail Price, on official sale sites
like this one here.
3) It’s simply the best tactical flashlight, in
it’s class @ 800 lumens.
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What Can You Use It For?
“The truth is, most people underestimate
the importance of owning a great flashlight.
These days, power outages are becoming
more common in heavy storms – it’s more
important than ever to have the right gear
and be ready for a blackout.”
Tactical Flashlights aren’t like average
home flashlights:
Lumify’s Tactical Flashlight is built for
rugged use, high performance and
reliability.
It’s super bright LED technology, shoots
powerful white light hundreds and hundreds
of meters away.
They have settings like: Beckon/ Strobe,
High Focus, High Beam and SOS – alerting
with Super Bright Strobe, focusing on
something far away or emergency signaling
for help.
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The case is built from hardened aluminum.
It is light weight, but strong enough
material to last any lifestyle in any
environment.
Why The Low, Low Price?
Up until recently ‘Tactical Flashlights’ –
haven’t been available for purchase by the
public.
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An online company got a large surplus
amount of excess stock.
They began selling them to the public at
affordable, discount prices ($49/ea).
Before then these Tactical flashlights were
only available at nearly $300 each!
However, rumor says that the stock is
quickly running out due to huge popularity.
Once it’s sold out, they’re does appear to
be anymore…
Based on value and quality – yes. There are
brighter lights of course, but they start at
$249+. This is a bargain of a deal, based
on it’s performance.
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How to Sideload Android apps on Windows Phone 8 and 8.1:

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1) First, download XAP/APPX (Windows Package Manager) file of the app to be installed onto your PC. Here is how to do it:
• Open WindowsPhone.com/en-us/markets
• Choose the state in which you are currently, as many apps are location sensitive and are not available in every country.
• Sign into your Microsoft account.
• Search for the app you are looking to download in the Search Box.

• In search results click on the app and it will open the app page, scroll down and on the left sidebar you will find an option ‘Download and install manually’.• Click on the option and an XAP/APPX file would be downloaded.
• Connect your Windows Phone to your PC.
• Copy the XAP/APPX file you downloaded from your PC to your phone’s SD card.
• Disconnect your phone.
• Open up the menu and tap ‘install local apps’
• Tap on the checkboxes of the apps to tick mark them and tap ‘install’.
•That’s it. Your favorite apps are now installed on your phones.

iPhone 6, iPad 5 May Use Thinner, Higher Resolution Screens

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The iPhone 6 and iPad 5
could feature a thinner,
lower power, higher
resolution IGZO display from
Sharp according to new
rumors.
IGZO displays from Sharp
were first rumored to
appear in the iPad mini in
October, but that did not
come to life. Now,
DigiTimes
reports that Apple is in
talks with Sharp to use
IGZO displays in the next
generation of mobile Apple
devices.
This could be in the iPad 5,
the next generation iPad
which rumors say could
arrive as early as March
2013. The new screen tech
could also make an
appearance in the iPhone 6
or iPhone 5S, which some
rumors suggest will arrive
in the summer of 2013.
The iPhone 5S or iPhone 6
might feature a thinner,
IGZO display.
DigiTimes isn’t the most
reliable source of rumors,
but it is known for passing
along details from the
supply chain in Asia, so this
latest rumor could hold
some truth. DigiTimes
reports,
The sources said Apple
is in further
discussions with Sharp
over IGZO panel
production capacity
estimates for 2013 and
is also inquiring about
whether AU
Optronics’ (AUO) L5C
line could be used to
produce the technology
The IGZO name comes from
the material used in the
display, indium gallium zinc
oxide. The new type of
display uses smaller
transistors according to
PC
World. This allows for more
pixel dense displays,
boosting 50% higher than
on the current iPad 4. At IFA
2012 Sharp demoed a 6.1-
inch screen with a 498
pixels per inch rating. The
iPad 4 features a 9.7-inch
display with a 326 pixels
per inch rating.
The video below shows off
an IGZO display at IFA 2012.
An IGZO display could also
mean vastly better iPhone
battery life. In the demo at
IFA 2012, the IGZO display
drew 2/3rds less power
than a traditional display
and the backlight also uses
less power according to PC
World.
The benefits of IGZO don’t
stop there. Reports claim
the new screen tech offers
a more accurate touch
experience. Sharp IGZO
displays use a thinner
glass edge, which would
allow Apple to produce a
thinner iPad 5 and iPhone 6.
The iPhone 5 is already a
thin 7.6mm, but with better
power management and a
thinner display the next
generation could be even
thinner.
iPad 5, iPhone 6 and
iPad mini 2
The iPad 5, or iPad 5th
generation as it would
officially be known, may
arrive in early 2013 with a
thinner form factor and
design cues from the iPad
mini
. If this arrives in March it
may be the first Apple
product with the new
display tech and could push
the Retina resolution and
pixel density higher.
The next generation iPhone
is likely to be the
iPhone 6
or iPhone 5S. Apple
traditionally adds an S to
the model name, but if Apple
plans to move the
iPhone
up to June as some rumors
indicate, we may see a full
jump to compete with the
Samsung Galaxy S4 and the
Google X Phone.
The iPad mini 2 is rumored
to be the first iPad mini with
a higher resolution Retina
Display
. The IGZO technology could
make this a possibility
thanks to the thinner
design and lower power
consumption.

IPHONE 4S VS SAMSUNG GALAXY S2

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I think we all understand
that design is a matter of
taste. Some like huge,
heavy and rugged devices;
others prefer light and tiny
ones. So in this case we
can’t say which phone is
better – the Samsung
Galaxy S2 or the new
iPhone 4S – we can only
note the obvious: you can’t
say the Samsung Galaxy S2
Design
is a tiny phone (it has a
4.3-inch display, after all),
but it’s slim (only 8.49mm –
much less than all the
phones I can think of) and
light – it’s plastic body
together with the battery
weighs only 116g. The
iPhone 4S, on the other
hand, isn’t much different
from its predecessor in
term of size and design
(same cases can go for
both); it’s smaller than the
Galaxy S2, since its display
is smaller (3.5 inches), but
it’s not as thin as it.
Display
There was a time when
many people believed that
the Samsung Galaxy S2 had
the best screen ever, but
now its 4.3-inch Super
AMOLED Plus touchscreen
with 800 x 480 resolution
doesn’t sound that cool any
longer… The resolution of
the iPhone 4S’s screen is
higher – 960 x 640. Of
course, it doesn’t mean the
Galaxy S2 is outdated now
or not that good any more
– its screen is very bright,
all the colors are eye-
popping and very beautiful,
and they don’t darkle or
fade when you look at the
screen at an angle. It’s
great for watching movies
and even for playing HD
games (there are plenty of
them in Android Market).
However, the display of the
iPhone 4S due to its higher
resolution is even brighter
and isn’t afraid of sunlight,
too (though it actually fades
a bit under direct sunlight).
The only bad thing is – old
icons and apps look grainy
on such a clear display, so
unless the developers
update them and adjust for
high-res screens, you
won’t enjoy using them on
the iPhone 4S… at all.
So… here the winner is the
iPhone 4S with its super
screen, though I personally
like the display of the
Samsung Galaxy S2, too.
Processor
The Samsung Galaxy S2
boasts a 1.2GHz dual-core
ARM Cortex-A9 processor
that provides really fast
performance without any
delay. Web browsing is
very quick even via Wi-Fi
networks, and you won’t
face any problem with
loading and playing even
the most “heavy” games
on Samsung’s flagship.
The iPhone 4S has a 1GHz
dual-core ARM Cortex-A9
processor, which is also
very fast (much faster than
the single-core processor
of the original iPhone 4 at
least), but, though it
provides great graphical
acceleration, it yields to the
CPU of the Galaxy S2 in
terms of performance, so
here the winner is
Samsung’s smartphone.
Camera
The Samsung Galaxy S2
has a cool 8MP camera with
auto-focus and LED flash
that takes 3264 x 2448
photos and 1080p videos
at 30fps. If you remember,
the original iPhone 4S had a
5MP sensor, and many
geeks thought it was a big
shortcoming, even though
the number of megapixels
doesn’t really matter.
Anyway, now those geeks
have received what they
wanted – the new iPhone
4S has an 8MP camera able
to take 3264 x 2448
pictures just like the
Galaxy S2 and many other
modern smartphones. Plus
it has a CMOS illuminated
sensor, which is 73 percent
more effective and about
30 percent faster than
before. And of course, it
shoots 1080p HD videos,
too.
However, the secondary
2MP camera of the Samsung
Galaxy S2 is better than
the VGA camera of the new
iPhone 4S. But anyway,
secondary cameras don’t
play a big role here, and as
for the rear-facing ones,
they’re both equally good,
so we have a draw here.
Platform
Just like in case of design, I
don’t think it’s a good idea
to compare two operating
systems, especially if
they’re both good – each in
its own way. Android the
Samsung Galaxy S2 runs is
the most popular platform
at the moment, famous for
being easy to customize
and for having a huge
number of apps in Android
Market, too. However, the
Gingerbread it runs isn’t
the newest version of
Google’s OS any longer,
since the Ice Cream
Sandwich update is already
on its way, so we can’t say
the Galaxy S2 runs the
best software ever.
On the other hand, Apple’s
iOS is really easy to use
(even if the iPhone is your
first smartphone ever, you
won’t face any problem
dealing with it – the user
interface of iOS is
intuitively understandable
for everybody), but of
course it’s not what makes
the new iPhone 4S special.
You’ve probably already
heard about Siri – the
special program designed
to help the user give
commands to the phone,
ask questions and even
send text messages. Siri is
new, smart and funny, too
(it came out that the
developers had hidden
many interesting Easter
eggs, funny jokes and witty
responses to strange
questions in it), and I guess
many people will buy the
iPhone 4S especially for
Siri.
Since you can’t surprise
anyone with Android now,
especially with its
Gingerbread version, so in
this case I think the prize
should go to the iPhone 4S
and its Siri.
Price
The unlocked version of
the Samsung Galaxy S2
costs £397.99 on Amazon,
while the 16GB iPhone 4S is
more expensive – £593.15.hs ago, and the 4S is
only about a month old, so
it will most likely be
discounted after a while.
Anyway, you can find much
better
deals at
RightMobilePhone
offering both smartphones
for free with contracts, so
perhaps it’s better to
choose one of them instead
of paying much more for a
SIM-free device.
Verdict
The Samsung Galaxy S2
and the Apple iPhone 4S
are both very good
smartphones, no doubt,
and both have their
stronger and weaker sides.
The Galaxy S2 is a bit
faster thanks to its
processor, while the iPhone
4S has a better display and
Siri that has caught so
much attention.
I think the Galaxy S2 has
been the best smartphone
for too long, and now a new
device should come to
replace it. Apple’s latest
“child” can be this new
device, so… the iPhone 4S
is my choice.

APPLE’S IPHONE 5 VS SAMSUNG GALAXY S3

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First, let’s talk
about screen size. The
iPhone 5 has grown, it’s
up to 4 inches; the first
size upgrade since the
phone debuted. This means
a taller, larger screen that
iPhone fans have been
waiting for. This is better,
but not as much as I would
have wanted. Even at 4
inches, I find the keyboard
to be a bit small for typing.
If you want real size, the
GS3 has the numbers – 4.8
inches to be exact. This is
more real estate for your
viewing pleasure, though
some folks might not want a
phone that big. It’s up to
each person to decide how
big is too big, but I think
most people will be just fine
with a 4.8 inch screen,
which is a little more
manageable than the 5-inch
plus screen on phones like
the Galaxy Note and the LG
Intuition.
In terms of materials, the
iPhone wins this battle; it’s
more solid and less
plasticky, an Apple
hallmark. But don’t think the
GS3 is a slouch here. It will
withstand some drops too,
it’s just not quite as sturdy
as the iPhone. To be safe,
with either phone, get a
case.
Slimness is close, but
iPhone wins out by a hair …
0.30 inches for iPhone, 0.34
inches for GS3. The
difference is negligible, as
both are very slim and
light.
Full specs are as follows:
The iPhone comes in at
4.87 inches high, 2.31
inches wide, .3 inches thick
and a weight of 3.95
ounces. The GS3 is 5.38
inches high, 2.78 inches
wide, .34 inches thick, and
weighs 4.7 ounces.
SCREEN: In terms of what
you’ll see on screen, both
devices offer sharp visual
quality for viewing media
and photos and video.
With the iPhone 5, you get
their well-known Retina
display on the 4-inch
touchscreen.
There is a 1136×640
resolution, or 326 ppi
(pixels per inch). There is
a fingerprint-resistant
coating on the front, but it
didn’t really work in my
experience. I still found
myself wiping my
fingerprints off the phone
regularly.
In the GS3, you get a
slightly better resolution of
1280×720, but due to the
larger 4.8-inch size the ppi
is slightly less. The HD
Super AMOLED screen on
the GS3 is very bright and
attractive.
This is one area where I
would call it a push
between the two phones.
The numbers are slightly
different, but both look
amazing.
PROCESSOR: The iPhone
5, no exaggeration, is
lightning quick. Apple did a
bang-up job with its dual-
core Apple A6 processor,
and you won’t be waiting
long to do anything.
But hold on, because the
GS3 is definitely up to pace,
in fact it’s even faster. Its
1.5 GHz dual-core
Snapdragon processor is
nothing to sneeze at (the
European version is even
better with a quad-core
processor). Multitasking will
not slow it down in the
least, even if it involves
intensive apps such as
Pandora Radio or Netflix.
(Side note: One benefit of
Android over Apple’s
operating system is that
multitasking is much easier
to manage on the Android
OS than it is on an iPhone)
In the area of RAM, the
iPhone 5 features 1 GB, but
the GS3 features a
whopping 2GB of RAM. This
is going to become the new
standard for smartphones,
and the iPhone 5 will be
seen as behind in this
area, though Apple will
argue its operating system
requires less RAM to
operate than the Android
OS.
STORAGE: You can get
the iPhone with various
storage levels — 16, 32 or
64 GB; of course, that’s
what you get, no
upgradability in the
iPhones. The GS3 is
available in 16GB or 32 GB
options, plus it has a
microSD slot, which allows
for up to 64GB, so the
potential for more storage
space is there on the GS3.
Realistically, though, most
people don’t need to go
past 64 GB, or even that
high, especially with so
much data and music, etc.,
stored in the cloud these
days (For example, all your
music could be stored
online in iTunes or Google
Music, so it wouldn’t take
up space on your phone).
4G: The big news about
LOOKS:
the iPhone 5 is that it’s
(finally) capable of
accessing the 4G networks
of its carriers, another
example of Apple showing
up fashionably late to the
party. That is big news for
Apple fans, who now will
get faster downloads and
uploads as a result.
But as Apple’s competitors
are quick to point out,
that’s old news for Android
phone users. They’ve been
using the faster 4G LTE
networks for over a year
now, so in this area Apple
is just catching up to the
Android competition.
The iPhone is offered on
Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint,
who all have their own 4G
LTE networks. Verizon and
AT&T’s networks are the
most expansive right now,
and Sprint’s is newer so its
reach is limited.
The Galaxy S3 is available
on all four major wireless
networks – Verizon,
AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile.
It’s basically the same
phone on all four networks,
other than some carrier-
specific software that’s
included on each version of
the phone, plus the fact
that it will access a
different 4G network,
depending which version
you buy. With these major reviews the choice is yoursa result,
there are high
expectations in this regard.
Good news: Both the iPhone
5 and the Galaxy S3 have
fantastic cameras, and
fantastic video quality too.
Both devices have an 8-
megapixel camera in the
rear, as well as crystal-
clear 1080p HD video that
looks amazing and life-like
on replay. They do well in
low light, for the most part,
compared to previous
versions of these phones.
In the area of front
camera, which is used
primarily for video chat,
the GS3 does a little better
with its 1.9-megapixel
camera. The iPhone 5 front
camera comes in at 1.2
megapixels. Both phones’
front camera feature 720p
HD video quality.
Both phones have a great
deal of editing/cropping/
sharing ability in regard to
photos, as was as various
modes such as burst mode
and panorama to choose
from. To be fair, the
Android phones have had
the panorama shot for a
while, and it’s now
becoming available to
iPhone users with the
latest update to Apple’s
operating system.
iPhone CONNECTOR
ISSUE: In addition to the
change in size, a major
update on the iPhone 5 is
the new size of the
charging connector – the
newly named Lightning
connector that is a lot
smaller than all previous
Apple chargers. A
connector is included with
your phone, but if you want
to connect your iPhone 5 to
your old iPhone
accessories, you’ll need a
new Lightning adaptor –
which, in true Apple
fashion, they’re willing to
sell you online for only $30
(yes, a bit ridiculous I
know).
Luckily for the Apple
faithful, knockoffs usually
come shortly after a new
overprice adaptor is
announced, but Apple
should be ashamed of itself
for this overcharging here
like it always does for its
silly adaptors. They
probably cost $2 to make,
and it’s simply price
gouging. (Luckily for them,
the most hardcore Apple
fanboys/fangirls don’t care
about their general trend
of overpricing everything
the company sells, for
some strange reason I’ve
yet to comprehend.)
MAPS: One big software
change on the iPhone 5 is
that Apple now relies on its
own maps, and no longer
uses Google maps. There
have been some major
bumps in the road for Apple
in this transition, especially
in Europe, where mapping
is just way off. Even in the
U.S., some folks aren’t
happy with how the new
maps work.
This is a work in progress,
and a result of Apple trying
to distance itself from its
rivals (Google is behind the
Android operating system,
hence the distancing), so
for now and probably a
long time, the GS3 has the
edge in terms of getting
you where you need to go
properly. If I were a user
of the new iPhone, the
downgrading of the
navigation capability of my
phone would be very
annoying. They’d be better
of just going online and
visiting Google Maps and
leaving the Apple
navigation alone completely
until they work out the
bugs in this transition.
Point blank, Apple’s
weakening of its maps
feature is the biggest
disappointment on the
iPhone 5, and a big win for
the Galaxy S3 in
comparison, as Google
Maps work wonderfully on
it.
APPS: Of course, behind
all this other mess, it’s
really – for a lot of folks –
all about the apps.
Apple, of course, was out
with its iPhone before
Android phones ever hit
the market, so they got a
big jump on the competition
in terms of having better
app selection. And it’s true
that pretty much whatever
you need to do with an
app, Apple’s got you
covered on the iPhone.
But that doesn’t
necessarily mean the
Android competition loses
this battle. It may have
gotten a later start, but in
the past several years
Google’s Android Market
(now referred to as the
Google Play Store) has
grown by leaps and
bounds, and I would say at
this point it’s caught up to
Apple’s App Store in terms
of offering whatever you
might need in the app
department.
In the past, the apps battle
was a clear win for Apple,
but I think those days are
over.
OPERATING SYSTEMS:
This is really the big
difference between these
two phones.
Apple’s iPhone 5 runs the
latest version of Apple’s
operating system – iOS 6.
This features integration
with Apple’s ecosystem –
iTunes, iBooks, etc. When
you use an iPhone, you’re
in Apple’s world. Some
people like that, others
don’t. With the Galaxy S3,
you get Android 4.0 (aka
Ice Cream Sandwich), and
an update promised soon
to Android 4.1 (aka Jelly
Bean), and you’re in
Google’s world here –
Google Maps, Google Voice,
Gmail, etc.
The operating systems
operate quite differently in
my experience. I find the
Android OS more easily
maneuverable than iOS 6,
for basic reasons such as
the presence of a pull down
menu listing your apps in
use, and the presence of a
back button on the phone
instead of having to hunt
for an arrow within each
app to return to the
previous screen. Other
little things bother me
about iOS 6, such as the
more difficult steps you
must take to sign out of
some apps that are
operating in the
background.
Still, I know a lot of folks
who love their iPhones and
don’t complain about the
user experience, so
obviously we’re not all
going to have the same
opinion in this regard. This
opinion about operating
system preference, to me,
is the decision you’ll make
that will likely have the
biggest impact in
determining which of the
two phones you prefer.
NFC: One feature that the
GS3 has that the iPhone 5
does not is NFC, aka near-
field communication, which
allows users of phones
that both have this feature
to share certain things by
simply tapping the phones
together, and you can use
it to pay for purchases. It’s
a very cool feature, though
not widely used yet, so I
don’t think it will sway too
many people from Apple to
Android. But, it’s fair to
mention that Apple is
lagging behind in this
exciting new area of
smartphone technology,
and if they’re smart they’ll
make sure to add it on
next year’s model.
CALL QUALITY: Call
quality on these phones
will, of course, depend on
which network you are
using and where you are
calling to/from, but in my
time with Verizon’s iPhone
5 and AT&T’s GS3, I didn’t
experience any dropped
calls or distortion or
anything of that sort. It
would appear to me that
the issues previous
versions of the iPhone
have had with call quality
are now pretty much gone.
BATTERY: 4G phones are
notorious for sucking up
battery, but with proper
management of your
features like WiFi and
Bluetooth, you can make
them last longer.
Samsung’s GS3 slightly
outlasted Apple’s iPhone in
my testing, and both were
among the better 4G
phones I’ve seen so far.
They got me through the
day and then some, unless
I was just going crazy with
my app use.
NEW EARPODS: One
small change on the iPhone
5 comes in the area of
accessories, as a new
variety of earphones are
included — called EarPods.
As you can guess, they fit
better in your ear. Hardly
revolutionary, but I
suppose they do feel a
little better in the ear.
SIRI vs. S VOICE: The
star feature of the iPhone
4S was Siri, your personal
assistant who will answer
any question you ask –
sometimes accurately,
sometimes not. She’s a little
better this time around,
and still has a little wit in
her, but Samsung also
offers something similar on
the GS3 – called S Voice.
It’s got its own bugs, too,
just like Siri, but both of
them allow you to ask
questions, open apps,
make calls, etc.
Some consider S Voice to
be a clone of Siri, but that’s
for the courts to settle
(Apple and Samsung will
likely be suing each other
into the next century over
various copyright cases).
To the user, I’ll just say
this: Both Siri and S Voice
do what they’re supposed
to do – for the most part,
but with a few hiccups that
will likely be worked out on
future updates. Siri maybe
gets a slight advantage,
but it’s not by much.
PRICES: The pricing for
the iPhone 5 is the same on
Verizon, AT&T and Sprint:
With a new 2-year-
contract, you pay $199 for
the 16GB version, $299 for
the 32GB version and $399
for the 64GB version.
Costs for the Samsung
Galaxy S3 vary by carrier:
On both Verizon and
Sprint, it costs $199.99 for
16GB version, $249.99 for
32GB version, with new
contract; on AT&T, it’s $
199.99 for 16GB version
(and refurbished GS3s are
just $99.99) with a new
contract; and on T-Mobile,
prices are now $99.99 for
16GB version and $149.99
for 32GB version, with a
new contract.
This is to be expected, as
Apple never adjusts its
pricing (at least until the
next model comes out), but
with the Android phones
you can sometimes catch a
break at the point of
purchase. Personally, I
think the $399.99 price out
of pocket even with a
contract is a bit ridiculous,
but I doubt most people
would go that route
anyway, as 64GB is not
needed by 90-some
percent of buyers.
BOTTOM LINE: As
Samsung and Apple battle
in the courtroom over
copyrights and the billions
they are making, the battle
between these two
superphones is now
officially under way, as the
iPhone 5 is finally here to
compete with the Galaxy
S3, which had been
dominating the market for
the past several months.
My final verdict is that
these phones are very
close in overall
performance and quality,
but the undeniable truth is
that the iPhone 5 is finally
catching up to its Android
competition – namely the
Galaxy S3. Most specs are
very close between the
phones, but the Galaxy S3
has some features that you
can’t do with iPhone (NFC)
and better maps/
navigation. Both phones
are very fast, have 4G
access, great cameras and
video, and it’s a safe bet
to say these are the two
best phones on the market
right now. Really, in the
end, it all comes down to
what is your favorite
operating system and how
big you want your phone to
be.

SYMBIAN VS ANDROID

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Here is the
most common differences
between Symbian
applications and Android
applications in phones.
The Google generated
Android software is the
most sought out software
for smartphones. You can
find most of the Nokia
smartphones with Symbian
Have you visited your
mobile phone dealers
several times but are still
confused about which
smartphone to buy between
Symbian and Android
applications which are
actually very famous among
the smartphone users. But
now, with the fully equipped
Android applications doing
great in the market, the
craze for Symbian
applications have come
down a little because of the
following reasons:
Android Advantages
Android applications are
user friendly.
Android for phones have
a biggest advantage of
keeping the widgets in
the home screen itself.
Andriod holds over
180,000 applications in
its store. Thus it
provides a huge array of
Android applications to
the smartphone users.
Android applications are
widely supportive
while installing custom
ROMs.
Using the Android
applications is easy and
one can quickly
customize the
smartphone.
Symbian Advantages
The biggest advantage
of Symbian software is
that it wholly facilitates
the usage of all
Google
applications in your
smartphone with ease.
With Symbian software,
Gmail access becomes
fast and very simple!
Android allows
multitasking but only to
its native application. But
Symbian software
enables multitasking
better than Android as it
offers it for all types of
Symbian Applications.
One impressive feature
Symbian users have
always enjoyed is that
Symbian is more of phone
priority software. The
phone aspects of Android
don’t really work that
great, and can be
confusing at times.
Symbian is just awesome
for using applications like
FM, waze, and also for
social networking.
For any music lover,
Symbian software is the
best choice as it
provides good quality
music compared to
Android.
Symbian applications are
easy to shut down when
compared to Android
application which will take
you several minutes to
close and shut down.
Operating system:Both1.
have got awesome
operating system but the
thing is that you can
upgrade an android
phone ,but you can never
upgrade a symbian phone,
all you have to do is go for
a new phone.You can
upgrade android 1.6 to 2.1
android version but its
impossible to upgrade
s60v3 to s6ov5.Android vs
Symbian -Android Wins !
2.Appearance:An android
platform provides a better
looking appearance the the
old symbian os
platform,though in both the
cases new themes can be
installed.Android phones
have got a modern look
with a drop down.You will
not be able to change the
menu style ,the way your
videos look and music
library looks and how your
notes and documents and
messages, mms, and phone
book looks the way your
browser and file manager
looks in a Symbian
Phone.But all this is
possible in a android phone
where you can do little
shuffle by removing your
default file browser and
downloading and installing
new file browser.Android vs
Symbian -Android Wins !
3.Processor:The
computing power of Android
smart phones more than
Symbian because the
Android newer and more
powerful processes with a
frequency of 1 GHz (with
Symbian to 680 MR). Android
has greater screen
resolution! This means that
more than the display. So,
for example, the Android-
Smartphone is much more
convenient to read and
surf the Internet. Memory
for some models up to one
gigabyte, while Symbian
applications are often
closed due to lack of
memory, Android is trying
to use the newest, namely,
the graphics processor, the
performance of which is 3-4
times greater than that of
Symbian. As a result, the
Android-Smartphone you
can put a very high quality
game. Personally, I liked
most of all Android phones
for this reason. This is the
interface; Widgets are all
kinds of installation without
any issue, multiple
desktops. In general,
Android can be tailored to
the tastes of any
user.Android vs Symbian –
Android Wins !
4.Battery:Symbian was
designed for a low energy
consumption. Symbian
smartphones have a better
battery life than Android
ones.Talktime in an android
phone is lower than that of
symbian.Android vs
Symbian -Symbian Wins
5.Apps: Android phones
have more cooler and wider
range of apps which you
can get directly from
google.com by clicking on
the PLAY button while nokia
ovi store provides symbian
apps.Android vs Symbian –
Android Wins…hence the choice is yours.

How to quickly repair your Mobile Phone dropped in water

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Many of you get
your mobile
phone wet by one
way or another.
You worry as you
mistakenly
drop
your mobile
phone in water. It
can also get wet
if you are out in a
heavy
rain.
However, there is
no
need to panic.
It is possible to
save your wet
mobile phone by
quickly repairing
it. In order to
save your mobile
phone from water
damage, you can
consider these
easy and simple
solutions:
Act rapidly :
The first thing
you have to do in
order to save
your wet mobile
phone is to act
rapidly. Quickly
remove all the
detachable parts
as well as covers
possible such as
the back cover,
battery, the SIM
card, memory
card etc. Next,
take a piece of
cloth or a tissue
paper to wipe the
excess water you
are able
to notice
within the mobile
phone. Make sure
that you dry it
completely. If you
don’ t do this, the
water inside the
mobile phone will
begin to
evaporate and
gather in places
which will be
difficult to reach.
This will save
your wet mobile
phone and it will
start working if it
was under water
for just a little
while.
Using a
hairdryer :
Take a hairdryer
and begin drying
the mobile phone
while giving more
consideration to
the place where
the battery is
located. The
battery housing
usually consists
of tiny holes to
let in air (so
giving more
space for water)
inside the mobile
phone.
Make sure that
you are not
holding the
hairdryer very
near to the mobile
phone. Keeping it
too close to the
mobile phone may
harm the
electrical
mechanism of the
mobile phone.
Keep on drying
the mobile phone
from a safe
distance for
about twenty to
thirty minutes.
If solution
number 1 and
solution number 2
don’t work, try
solution number
3.
Drying for a
long time:
Take off the
covers as well as
battery from the
mobile phone. Put
the phone in a
dry as well as
warm place to let
the water inside
the phone
evaporate
gradually from
the little holes in
the mobile phone.

HOW TO HACK WIFI PASSWORD

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Download this
software called CAIN &
ABEL from http://
http://www.oxid.iIt/cain.html ,
install and run it
2.
Click ‘CONFIGURE’ in the
top bar
3.
In the SNIFFER
TAB,click the adapter
which is connected to
the network to be
sniffed,then click
APPLY,then click OK.

4.
Click the SNIFFER tab in
the main window
5. Click
the network card in the
top bar 2 and icon from
your left hand side
6.Click the BOTTON in the top bar
7. Select ALL
HOSTS in my
subset,click OK. entries
should appear in d main
window under the IP
address, MAC address
and OUI fingerprint
headings.
8. From the
sniffer tab, click APR in
the bottom tab
9. Click
the top right pane in the
main window,click the
bottom in the top bar.
10. Click on the router
in the left pane.the
router is generally the
entry which has d
lowest final IP value
(xx.xx.xx.xx).highlight
the IP address to sniff
in the right pane.click
OK.
11. Click d ARP icon
in the topbar 3rd icon
from d left.wait until
other users have
logged into websites on
other
computers.depending on
d size of d network and
the traffic which this
network receives.this
can range from minutes
to hours.
12. After
sometime,click
PASSWORDS in the
bottom tab.
13. Finally
in the leftpane, select
the BOLDED entries.The
right pane should show
the
TIME,SERVER,USERNAME,PASSWORD
in plaintext and the site
accessed.

HOW TO WATCH DSTV ON YOUR PHONE

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Dstv mobile
Alot of guys have been asking me how they can watch DSTV on their java n symbian phones…here’s how 2 do it
1. Go to your phone configuration settings, move to ‘personal configuration settings’, click option, click ‘Add new’, move ‘streaming’. 2. In the streaming settings put this UDP PORT RANGE: 6970-3200 USE PREFERD ACCESS POINT: No
3. In the Access point put this PROXY: DISABLE 4. Go to bearer settings, in the access point tab put the access point of your network provider e.g safaricom: web.gprs.safaricomkenya.net ETISALAT: etisalat
5. In your opera or web browser go to http:// wap.freebe.rok.tv/ index.cgi? m=pc17416866 6. Select any channel you want to watch. Click connection over gprs. A text pops up asking if you want to goto web address. Click yes. Another window pops out asking permission to start streaming, select yes. Your connection starts automatically.
SYMBIAN PHONE
1. Open your real player, goto option, settings, click on connection/streaming. 2. Select proxy and set as on.
3. Go back and click on network. Select the access point of the network provider you’re using.
4. Configure the following like this: ONLINE TIME: UNLIMITED LOWEST UDP PORT: 6970 HIGHEST UDP PORT: 32000
5. Go to option and select advanced settings.
6. Configure the following as follows: GPRS BAND WIDTH: 32.5Kbps EGPRS BAND WIDTH: 84.42kbps/89.60 kbps
7. Go to your opera or web browser and visit http:// wap.freebe.rok.tv/ index.cgi? m=pc17416866
8. Choose any channel you want to watch. Select connection over GPRS if you’re using GPRS or select connection with wiffi if you’re using an EGPRS/ WIFFI enabled phone. A text pops up asking ‘connection to server needed?’ click yes.
9. It will take you automatically to your real player, where you’ll watch the channel