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Tuesday, 31 January 2012

GPRS Trick To Use Free Internet On Vodafone

My latest GPRS hacking post to Vodafone Users. Today i am giving you new GPRS hack to get a free GPRS for the Vodafone. Nobody wants to pay money for what he/she uses. I am also a Vodafone User. Finally I have got a Full proof way to get free GPRS hack for all the Vodafone Users. This GPRS Hack has been tested on different mobiles and has been confirmed to be working. Still if anybody faces any problem regarding this GPRS hack please contact me and I will try to solve it as quickly as possible.

Followng are the Settings you require to configure on your Mobile for using this GPRS hack:
Account Name: Vodafone_gprs
User Name: (no need)
Pass: (no need)
Access Point Settings:
Proxy: Enabled
Proxy Address:
Proxy Port: 9401
Data Bearer: Packet Data
Bearer Settings:
Packet Data Access Point: portalnmms
Network type: IPV4
Authentication: normal
User Name: (no need)
Password: (no need)
*IF this settings for GPRS hack is not working then change the proxy portnumber to:-
Proxy Port: 9401
So apply this GPRS trick on your mobile to use internet freely at zero cos

Windows 8 Dev Build Users Drop Significantly, Is It An Omen?

Ruh-roh: could the sky already be falling on Windows 8? Nope, not yet, but that’s what a report by ad network Chitika seems to insinuate. Since ads are obviously based on metrics, Chitika has been keeping tally on the number of impressions it receives from users running the Windows 8 Developer Preview, and the company claims that number has dropped dramatically since the Dev Build launched in late September. OH NOES! But does the drop in Dev Build users really matter?
CNET’s Lance Whitney caught a glimpse of the Chitika studyand quoted the following from it: "With these changes just on the horizon (i.e. the app store and the February Windows 8 beta –Brad), it would seem that the level of anticipation and activity within developer communities should be increasing, although due to low levels we observed, this clearly paints a different picture.”
Whitney, like us, isn’t quite ready to sign Windows 8 death certificate quite yet, though. First off, remember the Dev Build is just that: a basic build that is supposed to be used by developers who want to create software for the upcoming operating system, not an everyday build. Sure, a huge number of people downloaded the build and took it for a spin when it launched a few months back – but remember that the drastically different new Metro interface has been generating a lot of attention in the press recently. A lot of everyday users -- not devs -- probably just downloaded the incomplete Dev Build to see what all the fuss was about, then went back to the awesomeness that is Windows 7. A few of you probably fit that bill to a T, in fact.

Microsoft Brings back Drive Extender Features with Raid Style Performance in Windows 8

Storage PoolWhen Microsoft announced that drive extender was being stripped out of the final version of its new Windows Home Server line, the full wrath of the Internet literally fell upon them. The comments on the on the announcement were less than kind, and even though they had a workaround of sorts to keep your data duplicated, nothing really matched the allure of a single protected pool of storage. 
For those unfamiliar with it the concept, drive extender is fairly simple to understand. Take any number of disks, add them to a storage pool, and files copied to it can optionally be duplicated across multiple disks to safe guard against individual failure and are presented as one large volume to the user. Fast forward to 2012 and they are ready to make amends by bringing the feature back, however this time they are going to reach a much wider audience by packing it in with Windows 8.
From a feature perspective Windows 8’s “storage spaces” operate in much the same way storage pools did in older versions of Home Server, however Microsoft has clarified that the technology behind it is very different and not backwards compatible. Users can continue to manage disks independently of course, but if they choose to use storage spaces an unlimited number of disks can be added using any combination of USB, serial ATA or SCSI. Users will also need to pick either “mirrored” or “parity” for the entire pool, though both offer file redundancy. Parity is described as superior choice for large sequential files or less frequently-accessed content since it has higher random I/O overhead. 
Of course storage is one thing, but this is Maximum PC, what about performance vs. Raid? Well, according to Microsoft storage spaces also makes use of data stripping giving it performance characteristics similar to raid 0 or raid 10. You no doubt still have questions, but rather than try to address them all here head on over to the Windows 8 blog and check out the FAQ. If you can’t find the answer there, we probably don’t know either.

Lenovo IdeaPad YOGA Is An Ultrabook With A Tablet Twist, Or Bend, Or Something

Are Ultrabooks tablet killers? We pose that very question on the cover of this month’s print issue. The debate rages on, but Lenovo is looking to skirt the issue with a newly unveiled offering. Rather than going the Eee Pad Transformer/Slider route and sticking a keyboard on a tablet, Lenovo instead got all bendy and twisty with the IdeaPad YOGA, a touchscreen Ultrabook with a 360 degree hinge on its lid. That little design tweak lets you use the YOGA as a tablet or a notebook. Heck, you can even give it a V-shape, stand it on its end and treat it like an all-in-one.
Buoying its tablet-like claims is its miniscule size; the YOGA clocks in at just 3.1 lbs. and 0.67-inches thick. Spec-wise, the YOGA rocks 8GB of RAM, a 256GB SSD, an Intel Core Processor and a 13.1-inch, 1600x900 capacitive touchscreen that can handle up to 10 points of contact. Why the touchscreen? The IdeaPad YOGA runs Windows 8, you see – which means we probably won’t be seeing it for a while.
It's a nifty idea (and before you get any nifty ideas, you should know that Lenovo patented the dual-hinge design). Would multi-use notebooks like this make you more inclined to embrace Windows 8 with open ARMs

Windows 8 To ARM Tablets: No Disabling Secure Boot For You!

Way back in September, a tech geek brouhaha flared up when Linux fans pointed out that if Microsoft required Windows 8 to ship with UEFI Secure Boot enabled, that could mean Linux distros might not be able to run on the hardware. Don’t worry, Microsoft said at the time; OEMs had the option to include an option that disabled Secure Boot. Things calmed down after that, but now, the debate has resurfaced: new guidelines require x86-based Windows 8 systems to include the ability to disable Secure Boot, but ARM-based systems specifically CANNOT be able to turn Secure Boot off.
Remember that back in September, Microsoft said that it “Does not mandate or control the settings on PC firmware that control or enable secured boot from any operating system other than Windows.” Apparently, Microsoft falls into the “Tablets aren’t PCs” camp, because Computerworld UK’s Glyn Moody found the following tidbit buried deep in the latest Windows 8 hardware requirements:
MANDATORY: Enable/Disable Secure Boot. On non-ARM systems, it is required to implement the ability to disable Secure Boot via firmware setup. A physically present user must be allowed to disable Secure Boot via firmware setup without possession of Pkpriv. Programmatic disabling of Secure Boot either during Boot Services or after exiting EFI Boot Services MUST NOT be possible. Disabling Secure MUST NOT be possible on ARM systems.
It's great that the ability to disable Secure Boot is being required for PCs, but if you want to dual-boot Android and Windows 8 on a tablet, it looks like you’ll want to skip an ARM-powered device. Now, to be fair, a lot of tablets have locked bootloaders and won’t let users play around with the OS. Is Microsoft wrong to lock down ARM tablets? Why do you think they’ve targeted ARM tablets specifically

Microsoft Reveals Next Generation File System in Windows 8 (for Servers)

Much of the focus on Windows 8 has been centered on the Metro UI and whether or not it will translate well to non-touch devices, like your typical desktop PC or notebook computer. Dig a little underneath the hood, however, and you'll find a nifty nugget in the form of a next generation file system. It's called ReFS (Resilient File System), a newly engineered file system built on the foundations of NTFS.
It's going to be introduced only as part of Windows Server 8, which is a bit of a bummer for home users, but it's also the same approach Microsoft has taken each time it's introduced a new file system, the company said in a blog post.
Designed from the ground up, ReFS maintains a high level of compatibility with a subset of NTFS features. In case it's not obvious by the name, ReFS is intended to be more resilient and features meta data integrity with checksums; support for large volume, file, and directory sizes; data striping for performance; disk scrubbing for protection against latent disk errors; and a whole bunch of other things outlined in great detail here.

GSM Mobile Phone Secret Tips & Tricks

Today I am going to gives you some shortcuts for various mobile tricks . All GSM user can apply these setting on there mobile phone.

1).Type *#61# and press call à Check call redirection status.
       To Cancel all redirections: ##002#

2).The next mobile trick is to dial *43# to activate call waiting, to deactivate this service dial #43#.

3).If your mobile doesn't have incoming call barring and outgoing call barring, you can try this. For outgoing call barring dial *33*barcode*#  and pres OK. To deactivate it dial #33#barcode*#.

4).On any mobile on any network type in **43# to enable conference calls. You can makeup to 7 calls at once by this mobile trick.

5). This one mobile trick is very impotent  to every one if you need to blockSMS reception (if you are spammed by someone) just press this code: *35*xxxx*16# xxxx is your Call Barring code (default is 0000). To remove this barring type: #35*xxxx#

6).This one mobile trick is owesome one trick.If you want to hide/show your phone number when calling, then put one of these codes below in front of the number that you are going to call. (*#30# / *#31# or *31# / #31# ) Works on some mobile networks.

7).Typing *0# or *nm# on the beginning of a txt message gives you detailed delivery report on some networks. But turn off reports in message settings before.

8).This mobile trick is save you when your sim is blocked. When the simcard-pin blocked type **042*pin2 old*newpin2*newpin2*. And By this mobile trick your sim get unblocked

Wintel Tablet Prices to Start at $600

While more of a steady smolder than a spectacular blaze when compared to the iPad, the Kindle Fire has shown that consumers are not averse to buying a non-iPad tablet as long as the price is right and the specs not too shabby. Amazon has literally lit up the tablet market, with a number of vendors now taking its lead in releasing affordable Android tablets. All the combustion metaphors aside, this surge in the ranks of decent budget tablets is only going to make the task that much harder for Wintel tablets, especially given Microsoft and Intel’s reluctance to subsidize their products. Everyone wants to know just how the duo would respond. Will the two giants try and enter into a price war with their rivals?
The answer, according to Digitimes’ sources at notebook vendors, is a loud no. While not quite as much as China’s ridiculously overpriced RedPad, these anonymous sources expect tablets based on Intel processors and Windows 8  to cost anywhere between US$599-899. But they believe that the decision to offer discounted prices to tablet vendors won’t be an easy one, should the Wintel duo want to. This is due to the fact that cheap Wintel tablets could “seriously damage pricing in the PC market and bring down their gross margin performance.”
The paper’s sources find Intel’s situation to be a bit more unenviable than Microsoft’s, as a failure to offer affordable pricing on chips to Windows 8 tablet vendors could result in them opting for cheaper alternatives like AMD’s x86 APUs and ARM-based SoCs

Secret Codes For Nokia Mobile

Here's a list of known codes on Nokia mobile phones. This list does not include codes that make request to the network. To use these codes, just dial them like normal numbers.


1). *#06#   for checking the IMEI(International Mobile Equipment

2). *#7780#   reset to factory settings.

3). *#67705646#  This will clear the LCD display (operator logo).

4). *#0000#   To view software version.

5). *#2820#   Bluetooth device address.

6). *#746025625#   Sim clock allowed status.

7). *#62209526# -   Display the MAC address of the WLAN adapter. This is
available only in the newer devices that support WLAN

8). #pw+1234567890+1#   Shows if sim have restrictions.

9). *#92702689#    takes you to a secret menu where you may find some of the information below:
1. Displays Serial Number.
2. Displays the Month and Year of Manufacture
3. Displays (if there) the date where the phone was purchased (MMYY)
4. Displays the date of the last repair - if found (0000)
5. Shows life timer of phone (time passes since last start)

10).  *#3370#     Enhanced Full Rate Codec (EFR) activation. Increase signal strength, better signal reception. It also help if u want to use GPRS and the service is not responding or too slow. Phone battery will drain faster though.

11). *#3370*      (EFR) deactivation. Phone will automatically restart. Increase battery life by 30% because phone receives less signal from network.

12). *#4720#     Half Rate Codec activation.

13). *#4720*     Half Rate Codec deactivation. The phone will automatically restart

14). If you forgot wallet code for Nokia S60 phone, use this code reset: *#7370925538#

Note, your data in the wallet will be erased. Phone will ask you the lock code. Default lock code is: 12345

15).     DIAL *#3925538#      to delete the contents and code of wallet.

16).     Unlock service provider: Insert sim, turn phone on and press vol up(arrow keys) for 3 seconds, should say pin code. Press C,then press * message should flash, press * again and 04*pin*pin*pin#

17). *#7328748263373738# resets security code.
Default security code is 12345

These are some important codes for Nokia mobile users

Did Nokia Just Hint at a Windows Tablet?

Nokia may have just announced a massive quarterly loss due to a precipitous decline in handset sales, but it remains confident of “establishing a beachhead in this war of ecosystems.” The Finnish company is now banking on its Windows Phone lineup to turn things around. But are its plans only limited to the smartphone market, or is it also considering venturing into the increasingly crowded media tablet market?
Late last year, the head of Nokia France, Paul Amsellem, supposedly confirmed the existence of a Nokia-branded Windows 8 tablet in an interview with French paper  Les Échos, only for the company to quickly deny the report. But if Nokia CEO Stephen Elop’s comments during the  company’s recent earnings call are anything to go by, Paul Amsellem’s may not have been quoted out of context, after all.
“The broader digital experience is coming into focus,” Elop said with in response to a question about Windows Phone’s competitiveness against iOS and Android devices. “If you look at the overall Microsoft strategy, you see the consistency of user experience… across PCs, tablets and phones. And for the operators, I suspect they see an opportunity to participate in a larger play when a consumer walks through their doors.”
If anything, this is only a hint. But with most smartphone vendors dabbling in tablets these days, Nokia might find it difficult to simply observe their tussle from the sidelines. What’s more, the company has once previously succumbed to the urge of joining in the fun. It launched a netbook called the Booklet 3G back when such mini laptops were still a rage.
Further, it also has some experience with tablets, having sold a number of so-called Internet tablets before the advent of the iPad. To be fair, though, that experience hardly counts now, as back then it was possible to market anything with a display size in excess of 4-inches as a tablet

Latest 2G And 3G Free GPRS Hack For Reliance User

Today i am going to give you the latest working 3G and 2Gfree GPRS hack.With this Free GPRS Trick you can get high speed internet in Reliance Network. Reliance 2G and 3G Free GPRS can be accessed on mobiles as well as on Computer

This one is the latest   free GPRS trick in Reliance Network to use 3G speed of internet. Now you can access unlimited Free GPRS on your Reliance with a speed of 20-30kbps in 2G and 200-300kbps in 3G.
Let us check out how this free GPRS trick is working in Reliance Network.

Go to you Access Point Settings and configure it as given below:
Apn - rcommms
Prxoy -
Port - 3127

Now start browsing with the use of above Reliance free gprs setting. If the above free Reliance gprs trick is not working. Then change the APN torcomwap or rcomnet.
The same free GPRS trick can be used in your PC also. To do so just configure your Firefox browser with the Proxy port.
This is the latest Free gprs trick to enjoy free unlimited GPRS in Reliance 2G and 3G. If you have any other Free GPRS TRICKS  feel free to comment

Your Next Laptop Might Have a Kinect Inside

The thinking heads at Redmond envision laptop users shaking their rumps and gyrating in front of their notebooks in the not-too-distant future. Imagine being able to raise your hand and manipulate tiles in Windows 8 or moving around documents (insert inevitable comparison to Minority Report). That's the path we're on as Microsoft flirts with the idea of integrating Kinect motion sensors into laptops.
Actually, it's more than just an idea. According to The Daily, prototypes already exist. TD actually got to play with one recently.
"The devices, which at first glance appear to be Asus netbooks running Windows 8, feature an array of small sensors stretching over the top of the screen where the webcam would normally be," TD explains. "At the bottom of the display is a set of what appear to be LEDs."
TD says a source at Microsoft confirmed that the devices it played with are official prototypes. The question is, what practical use is a Kinect-enabled laptop? That will be up to developers to decide. Gaming is an obvious application of motion control, but might be of limited appeal on a laptop or netbook. According to TD, Microsoft probably isn't going to develop its own laptops and will instead license the technology to hardware manufacturers, so they will be the ones who ultimately decide what to do with the technology.

Latest 3G Hack For Tata Docomo User

All we know that, 3G facility gives you a better performance and high speed than 2G service. The surfing and downloading speed is very much high in 3G as a result the cost of 3G is very much high. As a result we are not using 3G due to its high cost then 2G. Here is the solution for your this problem you can now enjoy free 3G GPRS  in your Docomo connection. This Free GPRS Trick for 3G speed in DOCOMO is totally free and working .This Free GPRS 3G hack can be used by any one who has a phone with 3G supported and a docomo GSM sim with 1 rupee balance in the account.
Free 3G Hack in Docomo:
Follow the below procedure to get free GPRS with 3G speed  on your tata docomo connection:
  • create a New Access Point by going to connection settings.
  • Use the below settings for the access point.
Name : Tata Docomo .
Access Point ( APN ) –
Homepage :
Proxy :
Proxy Port : 8080
  • Download opera mini handler
  • Use the below settings for handler
  • Default setting dive in
  • Set http in Custom Field in your Opera Mini handler
  • Socket Server to OR
Keep Proxy Type as blank

Enjoy free GPRS with 3G speed on Docomo...

Windows 8 on ARM to Reach Developers in February

With the Windows 8 Developer Preview having been available for more than four months now, all eyes are on the beta or, as it could end up being called this time, the “consumer preview”. Even though no specific release date has been announced, the beta/consumer preview is scheduled to arrive sometime during February. But what about Windows 8 on ARM? Well, there finally seems to be some good news on that front as well. Hit the jump for more.
According to CNET, its sources have revealed that Windows 8 on ARM is now stable enough to be rolled out in developer preview form. One of its sources, who claims to have gone hands-on with an ARM-powered Windows 8 device from a top-tier PC maker, is said to have been very impressed with the whole experience. This source expects to see a developer preview sometime in February
In fact, another source also confirmed this time frame: "We haven't heard this directly from Microsoft, but we've heard this from the hardware partners that [Microsoft] is working with. We've been promised something in the February time frame.”
While ARM-based Windows 8 devices will undoubtedly be hampered by their lack of support for legacy apps, one of the sources sees ARM-powered ultra-thin laptops with Windows 8 posing serious competition to their ultra book counterparts. This is due to the fact that the former are expected to undercut Intel-based ultra books by hundreds of dollars

Makes Free Calls To Any Mobile With Yahoo Messenger

This one is old yahoo Messenger trick with the help of which you can makes free calls all over the world. For this free calling trick you need a Yahoo messenger, a microphone and a decent internet connection. I am using this free calling trick for over two weeks now and the great thing is that, this free calling trick can be used to make unlimited call to mobiles all over the world and not limited to United States. 

This mobile trick is also works in India to makes free calls.
So now here is the mobile trick to make free calling from your PC to Mobile :

1). First of all you need to Install Yahoo messenger in your PC,  in case you don’t have it (go for the latest one which have voice support).

2). Sign into your yahoo messenger.

3).Now Configure your microphone and headset (don’t use speakers as it cause disturbances).

4). Inside your Yahoo messenger dial 18003733411 and press enter as shown below in the screen shot.


After this you will saw a small window pops up like the one shown below.

Then you will greets with a recorded welcome message along with an advertisement and asks you to select one of the Free411 service. Just hear the services options until they say the last one as “Free Call”. During this, do not press any number on your keyboard and you have to just SAY “Free call” loudly on your microphone connected to your PC.

When your voice message is detected by their system ,then they will run a small advertisement of their sponsor and you have to take care of one thing that do not press any number from your keyboard.

WAIT UNTIL YOU HEAR THIS MESSAGE “Please dial the phone number country code first, don’t forget to dial 91 for India and 1 for North America before the number”
After you hear this message, immediately dial the destination number of your choice along with the country code.

Now you can talk to your friends for 7 min continue for free. When it gets disconnected, repeat the same procedure again. You can make multiple and unlimited calls with this service.

It was never easy to make a free international call like this before. So now why you are waiting just start calling your friends for free with this mobile trick for free calls