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  • Call someone from a different number app android

    Call someone using fake number 

    This caller id spoofing technique works without any issue with your Android device. This app offers in-app purchases, so you need to lose some hard cash for buying more credits and making the full use of it. But don’t worry you will get some free credit for the trial. Most of all it mainly allows you to fake your profile by choosing any number you prefer and then just enter your recipient. That’s it you are done. The name of this app says everything itself ‘Fake Number.’
    Call from a different number free 
    1.Install and Open: To call someone from a different number, you have to download the ‘Fake Call’ app from  below:

    Call someone from a different number app android

    Download Fake Call

    2. Setting up: After the successful installation. You need to enter any number of your choice in the “Called Id” section which will be displayed on the recipient’s phone. Type in the person’s phone number whom you like to give a call in the “To” column. (Don’t forget to mention the correct country codes and enter manually if it’s not mentioned already)

    3.See it works: Look at how this thing works and imagine what will be your friend’s reaction after seeing such an unusual number on his phone.

    See-it-works-Take-a-look-at-how-this-thing-works-and-imagine-what-will-be-your-friends-reaction-after-seeing-such-an-unusual-number-on-his-phone

    4.Go ahead: Explore some other features of this application. I recommend using the voice changing option as it is amazing.

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  • How to transfer airtime from your friend's mobile phone!Social Experiment!

    [Social Experiment]How to steal airtime from your friend's mobile phone!!!!

     Many people dont know you can steal from your friends without them been aware let’s start with EthioTelecom NOTE ::> It may not work on other networks.

    Credit transfer is a service which allows to transfer airtime from one prepaid mobile user to an other mobile.

    Airtime transfer is a  service that allows customers to transfer part of their airtime balance to their Buddies. It is fast and simple steps to send airtime instantly.

    How to use the service

    Steps to steal balance from your friend’s mobile phone.

    Step 1: Collect your friends phone

    Step 2 Then use the following USSD command

    Pay attention to the signs we  are using!! 

    * star and # number sign, put them in the correct format as shown below

    *806*Prepaid mobile number*Amount# and Dial

    Example:If you want to transfer 20 Br to 0911012345

    Then type:*806*0911012345*20#

    Step 3 :Then delete the message from your friends mobile that says you have transferred x amount….

    Wow Valla done Enjoy!!!

    Social Experiment! This is article presented for social experiment purpose!

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  • GSM Mobile feature codes

    Call Forwarding


    GSM supports four different types of Call Forwarding or Call Diversion. These are:

    1. Forward all calls
    Unconditionally forwards all calls made to your phone to another location, such as another phone number or voice mail. This setting, if activated, overrides all other types of conditional forwarding mentioned below. 
    2.Forward if busy/engaged
    Forwards calls to another location if you are using your phone and you have either disabled call waiting or if you are in the process of making an outgoing call. 
    3.Forward if no answer
    Will forward calls to another location if the call is not answered after a set period of time. 
    4.Forward if unreachable
    Forwards calls to another location if the handset is off or outside a service area. 

    The table below gives the call forwarding codes.

    FeatureAll CallsVoice CallsData CallsFax CallsLine 2 Calls
    Forward all
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *21*[dest]#
    #21#
    *21#
    ##21#
    *#21#

    *21*[dest]*11#
    #21*11#
    *21*11#
    ##21*11#
    *#21*11#

    *21*[dest]*25#
    #21*25#
    *21*25#
    ##21*25#
    *#21*25#

    *21*[dest]*13#
    #21*13#
    *21*13#
    ##21*13#
    *#21*13#

    *21*[dest]*89#
    #21*89#
    *21*89#
    ##21*89#
    *#21*89#
    If busy
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *67*[dest]#
    #67#
    *67#
    ##67#
    *#67#

    *67*[dest]*11#
    #67*11#
    *67*11#
    ##67*11#
    *#67*11#

    *67*[dest]*25#
    #67*25#
    *67*25#
    ##67*25#
    *#67*25#

    *67*[dest]*13#
    #67*13#
    *67*13#
    ##67*13#
    *#67*13#

    *67*[dest]*89#
    #67*89#
    *67*89#
    ##67*89#
    *#67*89#
    If no answer
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *61*[dest]*[sec]#
    #61#
    *61#
    ##61#
    *#61#

    *61*[dest]*11*[sec]#
    #61*11#
    *61*11#
    ##61*11#
    *#61*11#

    *61*[dest]*25*[sec]#
    #61*25#
    *61*25#
    ##61*25#
    *#61*25#

    *61*[dest]*13*[sec]#
    #61*13#
    *61*13#
    ##61*13#
    *#61*13#

    *61*[dest]*89*[sec]#
    #61*89#
    *61*89#
    ##61*89#
    *#61*89#
    If unreachable
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *62*[dest]#
    #62#
    *62#
    ##62#
    *#62#

    *62*[dest]*11#
    #62*11#
    *62*11#
    ##62*11#
    *#62*11#

    *62*[dest]*25#
    #62*25#
    *62*25#
    ##62*25#
    *#62*25#

    *62*[dest]*13#
    #62*13#
    *62*13#
    ##62*13#
    *#62*13#

    *62*[dest]*89#
    #62*89#
    *62*89#
    ##62*89#
    *#62*89#
    All 4
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *002*[dest]#
    #002#
    *002#
    ##002#
    *#002#

    *002*[dest]*11#
    #002*11#
    *002*11#
    ##002*11#
    *#002*11#

    *002*[dest]*25#
    #002*25#
    *002*25#
    ##002*25#
    *#002*25#

    *002*[dest]*13#
    #002*13#
    *002*13#
    ##002*13#
    *#002*13#

    *002*[dest]*89#
    #002*89#
    *002*89#
    ##002*89#
    *#002*89#
    All conditionals
    Activate:
    Cancel&Retain:
    Reestablish:
    Cancel&Forget:
    Status:

    *004*[dest]#
    #004#
    *004#
    ##004#
    *#004#

    *004*[dest]*11#
    #004*11#
    *004*11#
    ##004*11#
    *#004*11#

    *004*[dest]*25#
    #004*25#
    *004*25#
    ##004*25#
    *#004*25#

    *004*[dest]*13#
    #004*13#
    *004*13#
    ##004*13#
    *#004*13#

    *004*[dest]*89#
    #004*89#
    *004*89#
    ##004*89#
    *#004*89#

    Call Waiting:

    Activate: *43#
    Cancel: #43#
    Status: *#43#

     Caller ID / Call Display


    If you wish to either show or hide your phone number on outgoing calls then you may either set this on your phone's menu or manually enter the code before dialing. These codes will override whatever menu setting you have on a per-call basis. 

    Do not display: #31#[phone number]
    Display: *31#[phone number]
    Status: *#31# 

    For Ethiopia users EthioTelecom disabled this feature: you can check it the status just dial: *#31# ,service not provisioned. 

    North American GSM service providers also support the landline codes for this feature (these also work on CDMA and iDEN phones):
    Do not display: *67[phone number]
    Display: *82[phone number]

     There are also codes to show or prevent incoming numbers from being shown on your handset if you subscribe to this feature. I'm not too sure why you'd want to do this, but just in case you do: 

    Do not display: #30#
    Display: *30#
    Status: *#30#

     Call Barring


    If you wish to restrict calls that can be made or received by your handset then this is referred to as "Call Barring". All Call Barring codes are specific to your network, so you'll have to ask your service provider what [code] to enter below: 

    FeatureAllOutgoingIncomingOutgoing
    International
    Outgoing Intl
    except home
    country
    Incoming outside
    home country
    Activate:
    Cancel:
    Status:
    **330*[code]#
    ##330*[code]#
    *#330#
    **333*[code]#
    ##333*[code]#
    *#333#
    **35*[code]#
    ##35*[code]#
    *#35#
    **331*[code]#
    ##331*[code]#
    *#331#
    **332*[code]#
    ##332*[code]#
    *#332#
    **351*[code]#
    ##351*[code]#
    *#351#

     

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  • How to recover deleted text messages on your Android phone

    So it’s all lost and you really, really want that text message. It may be possible to obtain it by using data recovery software, which can scan your phone for “deleted” content and retrieve whatever may still be in existence.

      Some are free, some are not, but many of the paid ones still offer a free trial period.

    Some of the most popular ones are the following software(kemiketelut andun software mertew yawrdu)

    After you have the software, the process is pretty straight forward.

    1. Just install the program on your PC and run it.
    2. The only trick is that you will need to turn USB Debugging on.
    3. This option is under Developer Tools, in your Android Settings app. 
    4. Each software has its own specific steps.
    5. Some will require you to use an Android app to load everything to the computer, while other services can have the PC software do all the heavy lifting. Just make sure you follow instructions for your specific program.

     After you let the program do its thing, you should be presented with all the files you can recover.

    Making sure this doesn’t happen again

     You just realized this whole retrieving deleted text messages isn’t exactly an easy feat. And it shouldn’t really be… you just got rid of the darn thing! There’s many apps that can help you backup your text messages, as well as other content.  SMS Backup & Restore

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  • Truecaller identifies unknown callers and blocks unwanted calls.

    1.Truecaller:Truecaller identifies unknown callers and blocks nuisance calls. See names and photos of people who call, even if they aren’t saved in your phonebook. And know when friends are free to talk, making your calling experience smarter and more delightful. With a community-based spam list of over 200 million users, Truecaller is the only phone app you’ll ever need. 

    - Always see who’s calling — works for saved contacts and unknown numbers
    - Block PPI nuisance callers and telemarketers
    - Search for any name or number
    - Make calls directly from the app
    - No more unknown numbers in your call history
    - See when your friends are free to talk
    - Copy a number anywhere (e.g. website or apps) and Truecaller will tell you who it belongs to

    Truecaller NEVER uploads your phonebook to make it searchable or public. 3G or Wi-Fi is required for Truecaller Caller ID to work. Operator charges may apply.

    2.Truemessenger - SMS Block Spam

    Ever received an SMS from a stranger? Hate receiving spam SMS?

    Truemessenger by Truecaller tells you who sent you that SMS (even if they are not in your contacts) and automatically blocks spam, keeping your Inbox safe and clean.

    Truemessenger is brought to you by Truecaller, a community of over 200 million members working together to create a smarter communication experience.

    Features:
    - SMS ID: Identify the sender, even contacts not in your phonebook
    - Block SMS: Avoid messages from unwanted numbers and contacts
    - Report Spam: Help the community outsmart common spammers by reporting them
    - Clean Inbox: Automatically sends spam messages to a separate folder
    - Advanced Filter Options: create customized filters with known spam keywords or number series (area codes or country codes)

                                Download Truecaller                 Download Truemessenger
    Truemessenger saves time, cures curiosity, and helps you communicate more with those you want.

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