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Here are a few different ways to add ICE to your phone.
ICE on iPhone
If you have an iPhone, you can add emergency contact information and medical notes so that's it's accessible to anyone from your lock screen.
1. Open the Apple Health app, which is installed on all iOS devices running iOS 8 and later. This app can't be uninstalled.
2. Tap on Medical ID in the bottom right corner.
3. Tap Create Medical ID.
4. At the very top, make sure Show When Locked is turned on (to green). Fill in as much information as is relevant to you. If you have no known allergies or aren't taking medication, it still helps to write "None" or "None known" so that medical personnel don't assume you've overlooked these fields.
5. Make sure you assign at least one person as your emergency contact person. You must save that person's name and phone number in your Contacts app for the Health app to be able to include it.
6. Hit Done to save.
ICE on Android
For Android 4.2 and later, the ICE: In Case of Emergency app ($3.99) seems promising (I haven't personally tested it). It has a lock screen widget and lets you save important information as well as ICE names and numbers. Some user feedback suggests that it may disable alarms, however. If you use your Android as an alarm clock, you might want to consider other options before shelling out four bucks for this app.
ICE stands for "in case of emergency,"
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Access Video Which are Not Available In Your Country By Changing Video URL in your computer
If you on PC and facing YouTube restriction issue, then you can view that restricted video in simple steps. Basically when a user clicks on a video on YouTube, then he gets redirected to his country’s server. So we will change the URL to make video work.
See the URL of the video you are trying to play. To ensure this method is working, copy and paste the URL in notepad.
Now you have to replace /watch?v= with /v.
Paste the new URL in address bar, and we hope this time it will work. If you are confused, then see below example for better understanding. Suppose if the URL of the video you are trying to play is https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Fl8_4BImws
Then you have to change the /watch?v= .So your new URL will look like https://www.youtube.com/v/1Fl8_4BImws
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1. Through Facebook Chat
This is fast,but a little tricky as well, thought its pretty straight forward. Many people have used this method and its been a success.
Next, follow these :
- Press Win+R , a shortcut it us.
- Next you type cmd and enter.
- In the command prompt that appears, type netstat -an and click enter.
- This now provides to you with a list of IP addresses, which will have the person’s address whom you are chatting too as well.
- You now have to have a look at the possible IP of the person.
- Next you have to go to / and then type the IP address on the box which says “lookup this ip or website”
And there you go!
2. By Creating Tracking Link
this is a better source than the first one. Also, once done, it lets you track the addresses.Basically you are to great a link which will save their IP address with timestamp and user-agent/browser.
All you do is follow as stated below:
- Visit a website such as 000webhost, ByteHost, Free Hostia, etc. (See Full List of Free Web Hosting Sites Here)
- Now you need to make up a domain name and register yourself there for free. May be a sub domain such . And aslo make sure you can add up your own files..
- Next you have to download a zip file: Track-IP
- You will see files, Namely: , and . You need to out them up on your free website root.
- Now, the link you created, (), this will be your tracking link. You send it to the person, and make sure that they visit it
- Once they click on the URL, the file will trace their IP, Browser along with the timestamp. And now you are through!*This works out better on email*
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