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Nokia’s Desperate Efforts to get back in the Smartphone Market

July 18, 2013

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This is my first article written for average readers. I decided to write about Nokia, because i haven’t seen many posts on it, hope you all will like it : D Nokia, was a king of the past has been loosing market shares since last couple of years; although it is another story that they’ve been […]

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Google Sync – Easy Synchronization by Google

September 1, 2011

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When you suddenly see the topic title, you all might be thinking of; “Why do these people sharing an old known service given by Google“. I’d say no, even-though you know this service is there most of us never uses & never knew the advantage of using Google Sync. From couple of weeks, I’ve been going through […]

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What is an IMEI?

May 25, 2010

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The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) is a unique 17 or 15 digit code used to identify an individual mobile station to a GSM or UMTS network. The IMEI number provides an important function; it uniquely identifies a specific mobile phone being used on a mobile network. The IMEI is a useful tool to prevent […]

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How to hack your Symbian smart phone

April 1, 2010

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HelloOX is a program to hack easier! It can hack unhackable firmware. only 2 steps for all S60 3rd,fp1,fp2 phone: 1. Sign and Install then run MapDrives.Unsigned.sis 2. Sign and Install then run HelloOX.1.01.Unsigned.sis Note : These are unsigned files. You need to sign them with your own cert. See here HelloOX does all the […]

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How to get Certificate files for your Symbian smart phone and Sign Unsinged applications

March 27, 2010

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Are you tired of getting the “certificate error” message when installing application on your Symbian phone? The reason is that the application that you are trying to install “haven’t” been approved by Symbian foundation. But most of us know that most of the good freeware application haven’t been “signed” so we need to sign them […]

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