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Sunday, 27 January 2013

How to Find Your Own Aircel Number


Thats working 100000% in Tamilnadu.....

Friday, 18 January 2013

AIRTEL 3G Hack for Android mobiles 2013

First Create a new Settings..
Goto Settings - Wireless Networks - Mobile Networks Access Point Names - press Menu create - NEW APN
Apn -
Port - 80
Proxy - 

Authentication type - None

APN type - default,supl or internet +mms (for samsung)
After creating opera 7.5 it takes some time to initialise ..once opened must do
-after installation go to settings advanced and Change socket/ HTTP to HTTP only.

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Sync Subtitles of Movies in KMPlayer

KMPlayer is one of my favorite video players since it has the simple user interface as well as 3D capabilities.  It supports almost all media formats. Most of us require subtitles while watching movies in other languages. However most media player support subtitles, I use VLC media player and KMPlayer for watching videos with subtitles. In either case, some subtitles that you've downloaded from internet may not be synchronized with the video file. This makes audio either lagging or leading the subtitle making it no use. to correct this issue we have options in re-syncing the subtitle texts to audio in both VLC and KMPlayer.

Here I'll show you how to sync subtitles in KMPlayer.
You have two options to sync your subtitles. one is to edit the subtitle file or to sync the subtitle using the subtitle resync option. We''ll consider the second one since its much easier to do.
1. Make sure that the subtitle file has the same file name as the video file and put them in the same folder. This is very basic thing.
2. Play the video file. Carefully watch how the subtitle is misaligned with the video sequence if it leads or lags.
3. Now right click on the video and select Subtitles > Subtitle resync > Resync Subtitle
 In the small box, enter the time in milliseconds that should be adjusted to play the subtitle in correct sync. Try different values until you get the best one. Click OK. Now you should be getting your subtitles playing in synchronization with the video file.

Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Automatically calls Record Application on Android Mobile

  • It automatically records the calls after successful configuration of the application.It can able to store the recorded audio in external memory or user defined location.
  • It supports different types of recording formats – wav,AMR and 3gp .
How to Record phone calls automatically on Android
  • It records all the calls received from the preconfigured number automatically.Apart form this feature it has a option to Record the calls only from Contacts number or non contact numbers.
  • Recorded calls can be easily integrated with Dropbox service.
  • It is available for free on Google Play :)
Download : Auto call Recorder Application for Android on Google Play

Monday, 7 January 2013

Windows 8 Wireless Problems and Solutions

When setting up wireless hardware for a Windows 8 OS, the process should be fairly painless, but some will hit a few snags. This guide covers the most common hangups with wireless connections, but is by no means extensive. If the solutions presented here do not work, do an internet search containing the make and model of the device, as well as the specific problem for more targeted solutions.

1) Check all Physical Connections and Switches

It’s very easy to make mistakes in this step so do not skip it. First, check the Windows Compatibility Center on the Microsoft website for your device. Then, double check all instructions to ensure the wires are plugged in properly. Look at the router itself to be certain that all the on switches are on, and that the lights, are glowing or blinking as indicated by the user manual. If devices are correctly connected, but aren’t receiving power, the product itself may be defective. If the router is getting power, but not connecting, try resetting it as per the manufacturer’s instructions.

2) Using Device Manager to View Connections

Search for “Network connections”, by moving the mouse to the right side of the screen, clicking the search bar, and typing “Network Connections”, then clicking “Settings”. Click “View Network connections”. From here, a list of network adapters will appear. If not, reinstall the drivers for the adapter. If the adapter isn’t already enabled, right click the network adapter, and click “Enable”. If there are many network adapters, check that the proper one is set to default, shown by a check mark next to it. If not, select the correct default adapter, right click it, and select “Set to Default”.

3) Using the Troubleshooter

To access the troubleshooter, bring up Search from the start screen by hovering the mouse cursor over the left side of the screen, and clicking in the search text box when it appears. Type “Network Troubleshooting” into the box, and then click “Settings”. When it pops up, click “Identify and repair network problems”. The troubleshooter will take the user through a series of steps to help diagnose the problem. Be sure to follow each of them, and provide the proper feedback when prompted to ensure that the problem is resolved as quickly as possible.

4) Contact the Device’s Manufacturer

Some of the problems with wireless devices simply aren’t things that Microsoft has any control over. If the troubleshooting guide did not resolve the problem, it’s time to contact the device’s manufacturer. The troubles may be as varied as the device lacking a Windows 8 compatible driver, the device requiring additional set up steps, or enabling specific system options. Most companies’ Tech Support divisions are able to iron out any difficulties, but there is the small chance the device is simply infeasible, and a new one will need to be purchased before proceeding.
Considering the hundreds of makes and models available for wireless equipment, getting into the specifics of each one is well beyond the scope of this article, and would likely fill a volume the size of a phone book. These steps will fix 99% of wireless connection problems, but there will always be a few problems which require intricate technical knowledge and should be handled by a professional.

Install Windows 8 without a DVD

If you are unable to install Windows 8 consumer preview from the installation DVD, then there is another way.
You can install Windows 8 by using USB drive also.
In order to install Windows 8 from a USB drive, you need an 4GB or larger USB flash drive.
You will need to format the disk and erase anything currently on it before using it.
A. First Download Windows 8 Consumer Preview from Microsoft .Download the ISO file of the Windows 8 Consumer preview. It is a disk image file which you can burn to a disc or load on a USB flash drive.
B. Download the Windows 7 USB/DVD download tool from
After downloading the both file follow the steps to continue.
1. Double click on Windows7-USB-DVD-tool.exe and click “run” when prompted.
2. Click Next to install the software.
3. Now open the Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool by double clicking on it.
Hit the browse button to navigate the folder where you stored the Windows 8 Consumer preview ISO file.
ClickNext to continue.
4. Next, it will ask you for choosing theMedia Type.
Choose USB Drive since we want to make a bootable USB flash drive.
5. At this point you will need to make sure that your USB flash drive is inserted and then choose the device from the box.
Then click Begin Copying to continue.
6. Then it starts copying all the files from the ISO file to the flash drive.
All you have to do is to wait for the progress meter to get to 100 percent. Once that happens, it’s safe to remove the USB drive from your PC.
Now restart your Computer and when prompted by ”Press any key to install Windows.” press any key to start installing windows. If your computer asks to select the booting device, then select USB Flash Driveto begin the installation of windows 8.

Install Windows 8 as Second OS

1. First, insert the Windows 8 installation DVD to your DVD drive and restart your computer. Before that make sure you have an empty partion with atleast 40-50GB for Windows 8. The installation process starts, click on the Next button.
install Windows 8 2nd
2. Next, click on Install now button.
Windows install now 2nd
3. Next, check / tick ‘I accept the license terms’ and click on the Next button.
License term install 2nd
4. Next, click on Custom (advanced).
Custom install 2nd
5. Next, you will have to select the 2nd (other) partition where you want to install Windows 8. If you do have much space than needed then you can again create another partition from the existing partion. To do that, click on New and specify the size. If you do not see these Format, New, Delete icons then click on the drive options to unhide them. Click Next.
Select partition 2nd
6. Finally, the installation of Windows 8 on a new partion starts. That are the complete steps to install Windows 8 on a 2nd partition.
Installation starts 2nd

Saturday, 5 January 2013

Shut Down Windows 8 by using Icon

Shutting down Windows 8 the usual way involves multiple steps. You have to open the Charms bar, click "Settings", then "Power", and finally "Shut down". Here is how to create a desktop shortcut that will reduce these four steps to just one.
  1. Go to the Desktop
  2. Right-click an empty spot on the Desktop
  3. Choose “New-Shortcut”
  4. Go to the line labelled “Type the location of the item…”
  5. Enter:  shutdown.exe -s -t 0 (The last character is "zero".)
  6. Click “Next”
  7. Type a name like Shutdown
  8. Click “Finish”
Once the shortcut is created, you can pin it to the Taskbar:
  1. Right-click the shortcut
  2. Click “Pin to Taskbar”
You can also place the shortcut on the Metro (Modern) interface:
  1. Right-click the shortcut
  2. Click “Pin to Start”
Start in this case refers to the Start Screen and places a copy of the shortcut along with the tiles on the Metro interface.