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How to Backup your Contacts in the Android Phone

There is always a necessity for Backup, it do not matter whether it is a Phone or Something else. The Arrival of Android Operating System paves the new Environment For Mobile Users. Accidentally sometimes we lose our Contacts in the Android Phone, and Striving for the Revival of Lost Contacts.

Do not Worry, there is an way to Backup your Android Contacts, before it becomes too Late. The Android Operating System is Smart , they will Syncing the Gmail account of you to the Phone, So you can get back the Data whenever you want. So many of us do not know about this, Check whether your Contacts are Syncing with your Gmail or not ?

1) First go to your Gmail Inbox

2) Go to the Upper left Corner of the Page Where Gmail Logo is Present , Scroll there and Collect " Contacts " Option




3) Your Contacts Should Appear there



Check whether all the Contacts in your Phone was there, if there is absence of Contacts you should do Something Manually which will make your Phone to Sync the Contacts to your Gmail Account


  • First go to Phone Settings > Back up and Reset
  • Make Sure that Back up my Data Tab is Checked in.
  • If it is in Off, your phone will not Sync Contacts with Gmail

First untethered jailbreak arrives for iOS 7 users

Evad3rs releases untethered Evasi0n iOS 7 jailbreak.
First untethered jailbreak arrives for iOS 7 users
iOS 7 users have a reason to rejoice , Evad3rs has just released the untethered Evasi0n iOS 7 – 7.0.4 jailbreak version for the latest iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.
You can head to the Evad3rs official website to get the update. The untethered jailbreak lets Mac and Windows users freely modify iOS 7 on the supported devices.

As always, there are risks associated with unofficial OS tweaks. Saurik (Cydia creator) warns that he wasn’t made aware of the jailbreak and that the Cydia build isn’t official nor updated so users would be downloading it it at their own risk.
The evasion jailbreak includes a Chinese ‘alternative’ app store, which is full of cracked versions of real apps and games found in Apple’s App Store. This store, named TaiG, is no longer installed by Default on this particular jailbreak.
Source: evasi0n

Useful Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac OS X

Keyboard Shortcuts will cut down the extra time which is needed when you are using a Mouse. I am an Linux Lover, since i migrated to Mac i noticed there is a lot of things to be learn, the first thing is Keyboard Shortcuts for Mac OS X


Useful keyboard shorcuts

Some Useful keyboard shortcuts for Mac OS X

1) SHIFT+CMD+Q
  • This keyboard Shortcut will instantly Log out you from the User account
  • It also helps to keep your privacy
2) SHIFT+CTRL+EJECT
  • This Key Stroke will Instantly Sleep your Mac PC
  • It is helpful in preserving your Battery Power
3) CTRL+EJECT
  • This Key Stroke will open up the Restart/Shutdown/Sleep Dialog Box
  • When it is opened up, Just Press "R" to Restart, "S" to Shutdown the System
4) CMD+OPTION+ESC
  • This Keyboard Shortcut will pop up the "Force Quit" Dialog Box
  • Now choose the Application that you want to kill 
5) CMD+SHIFT+OPTION+BACKSPACE
  • This Keyboard Shortcut will erase your Trash completely without Confirmation Dialog Box
6) CTRL+COMMAND+EJECT
  • It will instantly reboot your System without a Confirmation Dialog
  • But it asks the Confirmation for Saving the Current Running Tasks
  • After this confirmation it will restart
7) CTRL+OPTION+D
  • This keyboard Shortcut will toggle the hiding of  Dock Features to ON/OFF
  • It will be useful when you need more screen space for your work
8) CMD+SHIFT+OPTION+ESC
  • Select any Unresponsive app which were running in your Mac
  • Just Enter the above Keyboard Shortcut, it will instantly Kill that Unresponsive app
9) CMD+1, CMD+2, CMD+3, CMD+4
  • To switch from one finder views to other use the above shortcut keys
  • It is respectively for Icon/List/Column/Cover Flow views
10) CMD+C, CMD+D
  • To Copy an File in the Mac, Just Press CMD+C
  • To Paste an File in the Mac, Just Press CMD+V
11) CMD+[, CMD+]
  • To go back to the Previous menu when you are in Explorer, just press CMD+[ ( Left Bracket )
  • To go forward , just Press CMD+] ( Right Bracket )
12) CMD+TAB
  • To Switch between the Working apps, Press the above Keystroke
  • When you are in App Switcher, Just hold CMD+Q, the current app will be closed
13) CMD+(+), CMD+(-)
  • To Zoom up the Preview in the Desktop, just hold the Shortcut CMD+(+)
  • To Zoom down the Preview, Just hold the Shortcut CMD+(-)
14) CMD+Z
  • It will undo the Last action done by the User
  • It is used when you are Copying files or Renaming files
15) CMD+R
  • To Reload or Refresh a Widget use the above Keyboard Shortcut key

YotaPhone has been released

Right on time, the YotaPhone has been released in Russia and some parts of Europe. It's a crazy Russian Android phone with two screens a 4.3” LCD touchscreen with 720x1280 pixels on its front and a 4.3" E-Ink (as seen on Kindle) display with pixel dimensions of 360x640. The E-ink panel doesn't support touch-input. There's a touch zone below the screen for gesture controls. The device is powered by a 1.7 GHz dual-core processor. Apart from that, you'll get 13 megapixel camera coupled with LED flash, front-facing 1 MP snapper, 2 GB RAM, 32 GB internal storage, and 1800 mAh battery.
According to GSMArena, Yota has initially brought 500,000 units to its launch markets including Russia, Germany, France, Austria, and Spain. Based on its performance, the phone will be then rolled out to other parts of Europe in January. As of this writing, Yota hasn't provided any information on its plans to expand its reach to the US and India. The Yota phone is priced at 500 Euros that translates to Rs 42,000. We do like the way this Russian company has executed the idea and design. However, the phone's pricing is quite ambitious.

Cool and Interesting facts about iPhone

The facts about iPhone is not new to so many, but interesting enough to everyone, now a days iPhone is versatile having several features like Connecting to the TV, Finger Print Scanner, Projector. But everyone forgot that little drops make an ocean

Did you know iPhone


The 5 Interesting facts about iPhone are as follows

1) The First iPhone was invented in 1983, which was not an ordinary mobile phone, it resembles an Cord Phone with the Touch Screen Technology.

2) About 1/3 rd of the People in the America are having iPhone

3) The Processor which runs the iPhone was made by their arch-rival Samsung

4) Every Advertisements in the Phone will show the time 9.42 AM , in iPad they will show 9.41 AM

5) From the Year 2007 to 2011, they Spent $647 million on advertising in the United States

6) In the First four years about 145 million iPhones were Sold

7) An Average iPhone user has more Apps installed than Android and Blackberry, iPhone has 40 apps where as Android and Blackberry has 25 and 14 respectively

8) The Stock price of Apple has increased Drastically high when they Released the First iPhone

Google Nexus 5 Hits The Grey Market In India For Rs 41,000

Apart from Apple iPhones, the Google Nexus smartphones are some of the few handsets that get the grey market buzzing. And now, it's the Nexus 5 that's making noise.
Google announced the latest iteration of its Android smartphone a couple of weeks ago. Incidentally, the phone is also listed on the Google Play Store India and a few popular eCommerce sites here for preorder, for about Rs 29,000. But for those who cannot wait for a few more weeks for the stocks to reach the Indian shores via official channels, you can grab one right away from the grey market for a whopping Rs 41,000.

Now, not only is Rs 12,000 too hefty a premium for bragging rights, and that too for the 16 GB version of the Nexus 5, but if you think about it rationally, you can easily get better phones in India for that price, along with bill and warranty. LG G2 is one that comes to mind straight away, given that the Nexus 5 has also been manufactured by the same company.
So my advice to you would be to wait for a few more weeks to get the "pure" Android experience (as my colleague likes to put it) at a sensible price point, and with warranty of course.

IPHONE 5S FOR 54000 RS. AND 5C FOR 42000 RS.

It has been confirmed that Apple’s iPhone 5c and 5S are coming to India on 1 November, and that the devices will be sold by Airtel and RCom. The iPhone 5s will cost Rs 54,000 while the ‘cheaper’ iPhone 5c will cost Rs 42,000. Airtel has started pre-bookings for the latest iPhones, which saw record sales in the first three days of launch in the US market. “Interested customers can visit select Airtel Retail Store for pre-registration,” Airtel said in a statement on Monday. AP The iPhone 5c and 5s series, which was launched by Apple in September, has proved to be a massive hit in international markets, with 9 million iPhone 5s and 5c phones being sold in just three days. Subsequently the 5s, which is the more expensive model, turned out to be a better seller than the cheaper and more colourful iPhone 5c. (Although the latter does come in gold) The 1 November launch was known well ahead of time, and this marked the first time that Apple had actually announced a launch date for India. In fact, all indications are that the tech giant is starting to look at the Indian market a little more seriously than it has in the past. A report on Economic Times for instance, said Apple India’s senior executives recently met CEOs and senior executives from top electronic retail chains in India and “spelt out plans to enter the top 50 tier II and III markets in India by selling its phones, tablets and portable music players at their outlets in an exclusive corner or a shop-in-shop.” Apple’s distribution strategy in India has undergone a drastic change since it tied up with Reddington and Ingram Micro this year. As we have noted in a previous article, Apple’s new tie up ensured that the iPhone is now available in a store nearby, and not just with big retailers like Croma and Reliance (which is Apple’s official re-seller in India). In fact, it’s not hard to find smaller shops in Delhi, Mumbai stocking Apple products such as iPods, iPhones, iPads and even official Apple accessories. As far as India’s smartphone market is concerned, while it is one of the world’s fastest growing ones, it is also extremely price sensitive. The testimony to this is that low-budget smartphones makers Micromax, Karbonn are number two and three (Behind Samsung) on the list of top smartphone vendors in India. However as the pricing for Apple’s two latest devices in India shows, this does not mean that the company is willing to give up its ‘premium’ tag in India just yet, and is instead hoping to entice consumers to pay more for a premium product. The iPhone 5s has a 4-inch Retina Display. It is powered by A7 chipset – based on 64-bit PC architecture. There’s co-processor called M7 for motion sensing activities. The phone has an 8-mega pixel camera, dual LED flashlight, and a rear back camera that can record 720p HD movie in 120fps. The iPhone 5c has a plastic shell and has a bigger battery as compared to that of the iPhone 5. The iPhone 5c has a 4-inch Retina display, and is powered by Apple A6x chipset (dual core). There’s an 8MP rear facing camera along with a FaceTime HD camera. Both iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c support 4G LTE (TD-LTE).

How to Root android phone with computer for free

The Article i am going to write here is about Root an Android Phone or Tablet using Computer, some people may have a doubt whether i should prefer rooting or leave as it is. It depends on your choices, i listed some uses of Root the Android phone here



Rooting is nothing about acquiring all the access and Function rights for yourself from your android device, and make it more user friendly. The main benefits of rooting are


  • There is every possibility of Running Special apps
  • You can Free the Unwanted memory
  • Phone performance and battery will be improved roughly
HOW TO ROOT ANDROID PHONE WITH COMPUTER 
1) Go to the Unlock Root tool website and download their Free version
2) Download this tool to your Computer, and Install on your computer
3) Now Connect your Android Mobile to your Computer by Data cable
4) After connecting the Mobile, Finish the Setup and Synchronize your Android phone with Computer
5) Now Open the Software we have downloaded above,  there is an Option named "ROOT" in it
6) Click it there, you will get a list of All Available Devices 
7) Then Search and Find your Device 
8) After Finding Click on " Start ", after Finishing the Rooting the Software itself will let you know
9) Now disconnect your Android phone
10) The Rooting was Successfully Done

Groundbreaking iPhone 5s Carries $199 BOM and Manufacturing Cost


Apple’s Inc.’s new flagship product—the iPhone 5s—features some cutting-edge components that represent pioneering achievements for the smartphone market while maintaining a nearly identical cost compared to Apple's iPhone 5.
The photos below show the Apple iPhone 5s 16 GB model A1533 before the teardown and an exploded view of what's inside. Photos courtesy of IHS.


The low-end version of the iPhone 5s with 16 gigabytes (GB) of NAND flash memory has a bill of materials (BOM) of $191, according to the preliminary results of a physical dissection of the device conducted by the Teardown Analysis Service of IHS Electronics & Media. When the $8 manufacturing expense is added in, the cost rises to $199. The compares to a $197 total cost for the original iPhone 5, based on the completed IHS teardown analysis from one year ago.
“The iPhone 5s features a 64-bit apps processor, low-power Double Data Rate 3 (LPDDR3) DRAM, and a novel fingerprint sensor—features that have never before been seen in a smartphone,” said Andrew Rassweiler, senior director, cost benchmarking services for IHS. “In addition, it is very interesting to see that Apple continues to collaborate closely with suppliers to develop unique radio frequency (RF) solutions that give Apple a competitive edge.”
The photos below show the top and bottom of the main printed circuit board inside the Apple iPhone 5s. Photos courtesy of IHS.


The table below presents the preliminary BOM and manufacturing cost based on a physical dissection of the iPhone 5s conducted by the IHS Teardown Analysis Service. Note that the teardown assessment is preliminary in nature, accounts only for hardware and manufacturing costs and does not include other expenses such as software, licensing, royalties or other expenditures.

iPhone turns 64
Although other smartphones have included 64-bit graphics processors, the 5s is the first model with a 64-bit applications processor, an innovation that has major implications for the iPhone and for Apple’s other product lines.
“The move to the 64-bit apps processor is largely driven by the need for greater computational power to ensure that the smartphone’s fingerprint sensor works quickly and seamlessly,” said Wayne Lam, senior analyst for wireless communications at IHS. “The processor also boosts the performance of the iPhone 5s’s camera, allowing 120 frame-per-second (FPS) video and 10 FPS photo capture. This design change will likely set the stage for 64-bit processors to be used in upcoming Apple products, including new models of the iPad, the Apple TV and even MacBook Air PCs.”
The 64-bit processor is part of the Apple-designed A7 apps processor, based on a core from ARM Holdings plc. The new 64-bit processor core is called “Cyclone,” as opposed to the 32-bit version used in the iPhone 5 and 5c, known as “Swift.”
Despite the well-publicized feud between the companies, Samsung is the manufacturer of Apple’s A7. This likely is because Samsung has a license to ARM's 64-bit core.
The A7 used in the iPhone 5s costs $19—significantly higher than the A6 used in the original iPhone 5 and 5c, which currently carries a cost of $13.
Precious memories
In parallel with the upgrade to 64-bit computing, Apple has updated the memory of iPhone 5s to LPDDR3, marking the first time that the IHS Teardown Analysis Service has identified this advanced type of DRAM in an electronic product. Apple probably used this high-speed, cutting-edge memory—as opposed to the LPDDR2 employed in the original iPhone 5 and 5c—to support the fast processing speeds of the A7.
Such performance comes at a price. The 1 GB of LPDDR3 costs $11.00, up from $9.50 for the same quantity of LPDDR2 in the 5c.
Printing money
The addition of the fingerprint scanner also represents an increased hardware cost for the 5s. The user-interface segment of the 5s, which includes the fingerprint scanner, costs $15. This compares to just $8 for the user interface for the 5c, which has no fingerprint scanner.
Battle of the bands
Another major difference between the iPhone 5s and the original iPhone 5 lies in the RF transceiver, which has been updated to support more 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) bands. Like the iPhone 5c, the 5s uses Qualcomm’s WTR1605L RF Transceiver, which supports up to seven simultaneous LTE connections during operations. The original iPhone 5 utilizes the older RTR8600L RF transceiver, also from Qualcomm, which supported only five active LTE bands.
Design Stasis
One of the biggest-ticket items in the iPhone 5s gets no change: the display and touch-screen subsystem. Maintaining the same specification and the same suppliers for the panels as the iPhone 5 has helped Apple hold the line on its hardware costs for the 5s. Japan Display Inc., LG Display and Sharp have been the main display suppliers for the iPhone 5 for more than a year, allowing Apple to provide them the opportunity to enhance their manufacturing yields and efficiencies. NAND flash has also not made any significant advances with the 5s, and the amount of the memory content in the phone remains the same.
Higher prices for higher-end phones
The combined BOM and manufacturing cost for the midrange iPhone 5s with 32 GB of NAND flash is estimated at $208. The 64-GB model’s cost totals $218.
Apple Continues Familiar Design and Pricing Strategy with iPhone 5c
Far from the major departure that many had expected, the iPhone 5c turned out to follow Apple Inc.’s familiar formula, combining premium pricing with a hardware design almost completely identical to the original iPhone 5, according to preliminary results from the Teardown Analysis Service of IHS Electronics & Media.
The photos below show the Apple iPhone 5c 16 GB model A1532 before the teardown and an exploded view of what's inside. Photos courtesy of IHS.


The low-end model of Apple’s iPhone 5c with 16 gigabytes (GB) of NAND flash memory carries a bill of materials (BOM) of $166, based on a physical dissection of the production. The cost rises to $173 when the $7 manufacturing expense is added in. The 32-GB model carries a combined cost of $183.
While this is considerably less than the $197 BOM and manufacturing cost for the original 16-GB iPhone 5 based on the final results of the IHS teardown conducted one year ago, it’s still on the high end for a smartphone. To attain the cost and pricing required to merit low-end pricing of $400, while maintaining Apple’s customary high hardware margin, the combined BOM and manufacturing expense for the iPhone 5c would have had to amount to about $130.
“Many expected Apple to take an affordable strategy with the iPhone 5c, producing a lower-cost smartphone that would be priced at around $400 in order to address developing markets, such as China,” said Wayne Lam, senior analyst for wireless communications at IHS. “However, the reality of the iPhone 5c is completely different, with Apple offering a phone with a $173 BOM and manufacturing cost, and a $549 price tag—without subsidies. Once again, Apple has stuck to its old tried-and-true formula of optimizing its iPhone hardware gross margins to attain maximum profitability.”
The table below presents the preliminary BOM based on a physical dissection of the iPhone 5c conducted by the IHS Teardown Analysis Service. Note that the teardown assessment is preliminary in nature, accounts only for hardware and manufacturing costs and does not include other expenses such as software, licensing, royalties or other expenditures.

Just one word: plastic
Just as Apple’s pricing strategy for the 5c is familiar, so are the phone’s electronic content and design.
“The iPhone 5c is basically an iPhone 5 in a plastic disguise,” said Andrew Rassweiler, senior director, cost benchmarking services for IHS. “Just as in the original iPhone 5, the 5c uses an Apple A6 processor, a 4-inch retina display, and low-power Double Data Rate 2 (DDR2) DRAM—among other commonalities. Because of this, the iPhone 5c benefits from the normal cost reductions that typically occur for electronic devices during the period of a year. The combination of the design and component reuse—and the plastic enclosure—has allowed Apple to offer a less expensive version of the iPhone, although it’s still not cheap enough to be a true low-cost smartphone.”
The photos below show the top and bottom of the main printed circuit board inside the Apple iPhone 5c. Photos courtesy of IHS.


Display decline
The display module in the 5c carries a cost of $41, down 7 percent from $44 one year ago.
“Maintaining the same specification and the same suppliers for the panels as the iPhone 5 has helped Apple hold the line on its display costs for the 5s,” said Vinita Jakhanwal, director of mobile and emerging displays and technology at IHS. “Japan Display Inc., LG Display and Sharp have been the main display suppliers for the iPhone 5 for more than a year, allowing Apple to provide them the opportunity to enhance their manufacturing yields and efficiencies.”
Getting the bands back together
The biggest difference between the iPhone 5c and the original iPhone 5 lies in the radio frequency (RF) transceiver, which has been updated to support more 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) bands. The 5c uses Qualcomm’s WTR1605L RF transceiver, which supports up to seven simultaneous LTE connections during operations. The iPhone 5 used the older RTR8600L RF transceiver, also from Qualcomm, that supported only up to five active LTE bands.