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Tuesday, 20 May 2014

Get Multi-Window Multitasking on Any Android Phone or Tablet

In one screen you are not able to done "multitask", and you sew many mobile that are involving in multi tasking function, don't worries now you can use "multitasking" in your any Android device. 

Android still doesn't offer proper multi-window multitasking, but you can get it with a third-party tweak. All you need is root access — you don’t have to install a custom ROM.

Multi-window multitasking is found on some Samsung devices, where it only works with specific apps. You can also use special floating apps on any device. The solution here will let you multitask with any app.

Install the Xposed Framework

We’re using an Xposed Framework module here. The Xposed Framework requires root access to install and provides a platform you can install various tweaks for. These tweaks used to require flashing a custom ROM — now you can just install the Xposed Framework, download a module from within the app, and reboot. If you don’t like a tweak, you can disable it and reboot again — simple.

Assuming your device is already rooted, you can download the Xposed Installer from here and side load it onto your device. Follow our guide to installing the Xposed Framework for more information on getting started and using this powerful customization tool.

Install XMulti Window

We’ll be using XMulti Window for this — you’ll need to install the Xposed Framework from within the Xposed Installer app first.

Open the Xposed Installer app, tap Download, and locate the XMulti Window module. Download the module from within this app, enable it, and reboot your device.


Choose Your Apps

Open the XMulti Window app from your app drawer to get started. Tap Sidebar Settings in the app, tap Sidebar App Settings, and use the Add button to add the apps you want to multitask with here. The apps you add to this list will appear in the sidebar so you can open them in split-screen mode.


Launch Split-Screen Apps From the Sidebar

Tap the Open Sidebar option in the XMulti Window app to launch the sidebar, and then swipe in from the left side of your screen. The sidebar will appear at the left side of your screen above other running apps — it functions like a floating app.



To open an app in split-screen mode, long-press the app’s shortcut icon in the sidebar and tap Add to up Work space or Add to down Work space. If your screen is oriented horizontally, you’ll see the Add to left Work space and Add to right Work space options instead.


When you've opened the apps you want to use, swipe down from the top of the screen to open the notification shade and tap the Sidebar Running notification. This closes the sidebar, freeing up your screen space. You can always swipe in from the left again if you want to view the sidebar and open another app.


You’ll then be able to use both apps alongside each other. Here we’re watching a video while browsing the web — the kind of powerful multitasking that’s still impossible on most tablets and mobile operating systems today!

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Solved – Certificate Not on Phone or SIM error (Nokia)


Recently i seen the issue in my friend mobile handset its (Nokia), after flash the mobile he is not able to install any application it cause occur  " Certificate not in Phone and Sim"

Sometimes while updating the phone or when you’re just completely out of luck, your Nokia phone may not install any new applications because it has lost all its certificates which are used to install signed applications to the phone and allot them proper permissions depending on how much can they be trusted.

People keep asking me for help regarding this same question again and again. So I’m publishing a solution here to help anyone who faces a No Valid Certificate or Certificate not on phone or SIM error on his Nokia S40 phone (even other phones can get the certificates through this method. Just give it a try.

Procedure to re-install Nokia certificates

All you need to do is to open the certificates in the phone’s default browser. Opera Mini or Nokia Browser will NOT work. I’ve uploaded the certificates onto the server here, so it is just a few easy steps for you.


Compose a new SMS in your phone.
Write http://bit.ly/NokiaCertificate as the content.
Now either save this SMS as draft or send it to your own number so that you can access its content in the message viewer.
In the message viewer, select the link and open it (tap on it in case of touch phones).
From the page that opens (http://resources.techmesto.com/NokiaCertificates/), keep clicking on the various certificates and Install them.
The certificates will be installed and available for approving signed apps.
To confirm, you can Goto Settings> Security> Authority Certificates

Alternative Way:

If you have access to entering the web address in your default browser (web), you can just skip the first 4 steps and instead manually enter the address http://resources.techmesto.com/NokiaCertificates/ in your browser’s Go To Address column and install certificates from the page that opens.


for more information you have see the below video



Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Omantel & Nawras Manual Handset Configuration of iPhone, Android & Blackberry

The New Generation phone are required the manual configuration like a iPhone, Android & Blackberry handsets, the manual setting of these mobiles are very easy follow the mention below instruction and get it.

iPhone Manual Configuration 


Omantel 

Internet settings (iPhone – Oman Mobile)
Goto Setting >>Network>>Data Calluler Network
Data Name : Oman Mobile
APN : taif
User Name : taif
Password : taif





Nawras 


Internet settings (iPhone – Nawras )
Goto Setting >>Network>>Data Calluler Network
Data Name : isp.nawras.com.om
APN : 
User Name : test
Password : test

Android Handset Manual Configuration 


Omantel 
Internet settings (Android – Oman Mobile)
Goto Setting >>Wireless Network>>Mobile Network >>APN
Data Name : Oman Mobile
APN : taif
User Name : taif
Password : taif
APN Type : Internet
Nawras 

Internet settings (Android – Nawras)
Goto Setting >>Wireless Network>>Mobile Network >>APN
Data Name : Oman Mobile
APN : taif
User Name : taif
Password : taif
APN Type : Internet

BlackBerry Handset Manual Configuration 

Omantel 

Internet settings (Blackberry – Oman Mobile)
Goto Option>>Advance>TCPAPN
Data Name : Oman Mobile
APN : taif
User Name : taif
Password : taif


Nawras 

Internet settings (Android – Nawras)
Goto Option >>Advance>TCPAPN
Data Name : isp.nawras.com.om
User Name : test
Password : test

Tuesday, 23 October 2012

How to Setup iTune WiFi Sync




Tired of tethering to iTunes and wondering how to set up iTunes Wi-Fi sync? It works just like traditional USB sync but without the cable! (Without the sync cable that is, you still need to be plugged into a power cable -- baby steps!) Here's how to get it going:
  • Make sure your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch is connected to your Wi-Fi network and running iOS 5. (Here's how to update to iOS 5)



  • Make sure the PC running iTunes is connected to the same Wi-Fi network and is running iTunes version 10.5


  • Plug in the device you want to setup Wi-Fi sync with
  • When its been recognized, click on it in the left column then select Summary in the header bar


  • Scroll down until you see the option for Sync with this iPhone over Wi-Fi
  • Click the box to turn it on
  • Hit Apply

That's it, now as long as iTunes is open on your PC, as soon as you plug your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad into the power outlet, it should appear in iTunes and sync over Wi-Fi.
(Yes -- It has to be plugged in to the power for this to work, so you are really just cutting the cord to the PC not to the wall!)
If you want to initiate a sync manually, you can do this from your iOS device and you don't need to be plugged into a power outlet.
  • Go to Settings
  • General

  • Click on iTunes Wi-Fi Sync
  • Click on Sync Now


That is all there is too it, you can now sync your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad without the cable. Well without a cable connected to your PC anyway!

Monday, 22 October 2012

How to Show Battery Percentage on iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 and 4S


Since the iPhone 3GS, several nice, little features have been included. One of my favorites is the ability to show a percentage of the battery life in the upper right hand corner instead of just the battery graphic. Here is how to do it. Update: these settings can be found on any modern OS device now including iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch devices.

More data is better, right?

Be sure that your device has been updated to one of the latest iOS versions. Then follow these steps to show your percent of device’s battery life.

1. Click Settings
2. Click General
3. Click Usage
4. Toggle Battery Percentage to ON


How to Increase Battery Life of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch




With each update of the operating system that powers Apple’s mobile devices, many users experience issues with decreased battery life. The increasing popularity of location based apps and iCloud syncing are partly to blame for the increased consumption. Increasing available of LTE increases battery usage as well. By changing some simple settings on your Apple device, you should be able to improve your battery life and charge less frequently.

By the way, if you are worried about your battery life, you will want to enable ShowBattery Percentageso you can more accurately measure your battery levels.

Do I have a battery problem?

Heavy internet, GPS, or gaming use will crush the battery on any device, but with minimal usage, any apple devices should easily make it through a day on one charge. At the end of the day your standby time should be much greater than your usage time. If the amount of time recorded for your standby time is much lower than you expect, that means your phone is using energy when you do not expect it.
You can check this through the following steps:

Settings -> General -> Usage

Do I need to recalibrate my battery?

LIthium ion batteries like Apple products use usually do not benefit from a “recalibration” by completely draining and full recharging the batteries. In fact, doing this too frequently will decrease lithium battery life. Apple does recommend doing it at least once a month to keep the battery monitoring system working correctly. Most people with battery drain issues will be draining and recharging frequently already. Although easy enough, recalibration is almost never going to help.
Recommendations
  • Disable Sending of Diagnostic and Usage Data. When this is enabled, Apple receives information from the users to help tweak and fine tune future editions of the software. However, in some cases a badly performing app can repeatedly trigger crash reports. Some of these crash reports are unusually large as well. Sending this data over and over can drain a battery relatively quickly. As disabling this will cause the user no noticeable effects, this is the first thing I recommend. You can disable sending this data by doing the following:

          Setting -> General -> About -> Diagnostics & Usage -> Don’t Send
  • Disable Bluetooth / Wi-Fi. This one is obvious and is an old trick. If you never use bluetooth, you can save a nice junk of juice by disabling Bluetooth searching and connecting on your device. Likewise, if you are in an area where you know you are not going to be using wi-fi, you can temporarily turn it off. Although obvious, these hints are essential when using heavily dependent GPS tracking apps over long periods of time. Running and tracking apps are well known battery drainers through the heavy use of GPS; however, when you exercising or hiking, you are really unlikely to need bluetooth or wi-fi. In fact, if you don’t even want to receive calls during this time, just place it in airplane mode. Turning these unessential services off improves your chances of completing that 20 miler marathon prep with some battery still intact. The only downside is you have to remember to turn them back on when you return to civilization.

          Settings -> Wi-Fi
          Settings -> General -> Bluetooth
  • Disable Automatic Time Zone Determination. The way OS X determines your location and sets your time zone automatically is very clever. However, in certain circumstances this frequent use of the GPS can cause battery drain. By enabling this only when you travel, you remove a potential waste of battery.

          Settings -> Location Services -> System Services -> Setting Time Zone


  • Disable Useless Locations Services and Notifications. Each time your device uses the GPS to determine your location or wakes up your phone to deliver a notification, a tiny bit of battery is used. If you are using these excessively, those tiny bits add up. Review these areas and disable what you don’t need.

          Settings -> Location Services -> Select individual apps to disable
          Settings -> Notifications -> Select individual adds to remove from
          Notification Center

  • Decrease Screen Brightness. I like my screen as bright as the sun. Literally, I crank up the brightness as high as it will go and turn off Auto-Brightness. Powering that bright screen drains battery. If you can tolerate it, do not be like me and go ahead and decrease your brightness. You will definitely save battery.

          Settings -> Brightness

  • Disable Push Email. Apple has never been very robust in the enterprise environment. Many “pushable” email account connections are still not perfect. If you can tolerate not receiving your email instantaneously, changing your email to fetch will improve anybody’s battery. Fetching less frequently will use even less battery. If you have a troublesome email account, this may fix your battery issues altogether.

          Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> Fetch New Data -> Push -> Off
          Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> Fetch New Data -> Set Fetch Rate  
          to lowest  tolerable time.

  • Decrease or disable iCloud. Many people have reported that iCloud seems to have several bugs that decrease battery life. Since iCloud is a large component of iOS 5, I hesitate recommending that someone not use it. If you have a MobileMe account, continuing to use it until iCloud is more stable is one option. What I am currently recommending is just temporarily disabling it for a couple of days to see if the battery issues are related to it. If it doesn’t help, then just turn it back on. Decreasing what you sync over iCloud will help. Decreasing iCloud sync over cellular should improve battery life significantly too:

          Settings -> iCloud -> Documents & Data -> Use Cellular -> Off
  • Remove and replace email accounts. As noted above, poorly performing email accounts are the root of many users’ issues with battery life. These bugs are usually carried over from settings in iOS 4. Removing and then re-adding these email accounts should remove these issues. Of course, deleting and then replacing your email accounts is highly annoying. Make sure you have the prior settings written down (or that the information in iTunes is correct) before deleting them. Removing your accounts can be performed through the following command:

          Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> Select Account -> Delete Account
  • Wipe and Reset. Nuking your phone and starting over is pretty painful; however, this frequently is the only true option that works. There seems to be a bug in systems restored from backup that causes massive battery drain. Make sure everything has been moved off your phone and you are well synced with iTunes. Wipe your phone and then setup the device from scratch on iTunes again without restoring from backup. The command to totally reset and wipe your device can be found at the following:

         Settings -> General -> Reset -> Erase All Contents and Settings

Selectively performing these tweaks will improve anybody’s battery life. If you are experiencing one of the bugs in iOS 5 that is crushing your battery life, these hints can save your sanity. Good luck. If you figure out anything else that helps, feel free to post it in the comments below.

How to Download Nokia Apps on your Computer

All we are trying to get the application on your computer or safe place because in future you don't want to download again in Ovi store or without internet facility we can to use these application. But Nokia Ovi store don't give you permission to download apps on computer and the option (Download via PC) always show hide. 

Then process of very simple to download application on your computer without using any software, for download the apps you have to registered on Ovi store, after that follow mention below instruction. 

  • Login in with your Ovi store 
  • Set you mobile in which one you are using 

  • Select or search the application.
  • After that open the application on new tab.
  • Go to the Application URL and edit the URL, After application Number add the /download and press Enter 

  • On your screen you will get the Application pop-up

  • Now Click Ok and save the file where you want to save.