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  • Identify a Genuine/Original Versus a Fake/Cloned Samsung Galaxy Phone

     

    IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity. It is a 15-digit number and may be found in the packet of the mobile phone. It may also be found by removing the back cover and it may be placed on the battery sticker. 
     
    The:
    - First 6 digits = Type Approval Code
    - 7th and 8th digit = Country made in (check country codes below)
    - 9-14th digits = Serial number
    - 15th digit = Check digit 
    If you lose your IME number then you can find it by typing *#06# on your mobile screen. After pressing this code, you will see a 15-digit number immediately on the screen which is called IME number. 

     

    The number might be as below: 

     

    3 6 9 3 9 5 0 1 2 3 5 5 6 7 8

     

     

    Now look at the 7th and 8th digit. These two digits will ensure your phone's quality!  

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 00 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured in Original Factory which ensures the best quality. 

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 01 or 10 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured in Finland which is high quality. 

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 13 this indicates your cell phone is assembled in Azerbaijan which is too bad. And it is also dangerous for health! 

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 02 or 20 this indicates your cell phone is assembled in Emirates which is very poor quality. (NB: Some Indian sets have this number) 

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are either 03/30 or 04/40, this indicates your phone is made in China but its quality is good. But not good either as 00, 01 or 10. 

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 05 or 50 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured either in Brazil or USA or Finland.

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 06 or 60 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured either in Hong Kong, or China or Mexico.

     

    • If the seventh and eighth digits are 08 or 80 this indicates your cell phone is manufactured in Germany which is fair quality.
    • check digit

      70 or 07 = Finland :very good quality and its few parts made in Finland and its rest thing assemble or manufacture in china

    • Though the above information has been collected from very reliable sources, 1 or 2 of them may slightly vary. If so happen please contact us or leave a comment in the comment box. 

     

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  • The Best site for downloading in 2017

    Download Free content with unlimited download speed from these sites. Most of the people download files and data from torrent sites these days . This is because torrent is one of the best place for free download movies, videos, games, software etc.

    To start downloading from torrent sites , you need a torrent client . Utorrent and Bittorrent are most popular download clients .

    The use of torrent sites is increasing day by day . To filter out non-useful or scam torrent sites , i have created this post . This post features only free and trusted torrent sites .

    Currently kissasstorrents primary domain is:http://kissasstorrents.to

    NOTE : This article is for educational purpose. However we do not promote piracy.

     

     

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  • 5 Mobile Data Saving App And Addon, Save Money And Increase Browsing Speed

    How to reduce and conserve mobile phone data usage ( monthly bandwidth quota ) on your Android Smartphone or iPhone iOS? When you are using mobile data, every bytes counts.

    Why waste precious data loading the entire site when there is a feature that filters out unnecessary data, thus saving you precious mobile data. 

    ↓ 01 – Google Data Saver | Chrome for Android

    This feature is build into Android Chrome browser for smartphones, to enable it, visit Settings > Data Saver and toggle the option. Reduces data usage by using Google servers to optimize pages you visit. 

By enabling this extension on Google Chrome browser and Android smartphone, Chrome will use Google servers to compress pages you visit before downloading them. Pages accessed using private connections (HTTPS) or in incognito tabs will not be optimized or seen by Google. Get more visibility into your data usage by clicking on “Details” to see how much data is used by the sites you visit. This might help you make more informed decisions regarding your usage based on the type of connection you are using.                Google Data Saver Download here

    ↓ 02 – skyZIP | Mozilla Firefox [ Addon ]

    skyZIP browser extension can reduce satellite data usage by using NYNEX proxy servers to optimize webpages. Data savings are at about 50%. Many web-sites are not optimized – but skyZIP is transcoding images to WebP lossless format, resulting images are 80% smaller. Download SkyZIP here for mozila firefox  

    ↓ 03 – Network Bandwidth Saver | Mozilla Firefox [ Addon ]

    Modern web pages are bulky with a lot of images. Loading of images takes a lot of bandwidth and slows down web page loading. This add-on aims to improve web page loading by using a lazy load approach for images. Instead of loading all images in the web page at the beginning, images loading is delayed until they appear in the visible screen area. Images that are not in the visible screen area will not be loaded during initial loading of the web page. Users who do not scroll down long web pages will be able to save a lot of network bandwidth that gets wasted in loading all images in the web page

    ↓ 04 – Opera Max Android | Android Smartphone [ App ]

    Opera Max is a data-management and data-savings app that shrinks videos and photos on almost any app on mobile data connections, as well as Wi-Fi. Extend your data plan by up to 50% for free. Download Opera Max and take full control of your data. Key Features:

    • Save megabytes of data while using popular apps like Netflix, LINE, Instagram, Google Chrome, Gaana, Pandora, Slacker Radio, and more
    • Manage your data consumption and extend your data plan
    • Boost Wi-Fi speeds and save more data
    • Prevent apps from using background data

    Opera Max Android

     05 – Data Compression Proxy | Google Chrome Browser [ Desktop ]

    This is an experimental extension for Google Chrome bringing Chrome Data Compression Proxy from mobile to desktop PCs. It is a huge data saver! Now with statistics, ad blocking and a bypass list, which you can customize in options. Data Compression Proxy

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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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