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Top Songs Of 2012

The song has received positive reviews from critics who complimented the song’s effective lyrics and chorus, and commended Ludacris’ part and the song’s ability to have an urban twist.

Most Visited Websites 2011-2012

Google Search or Google Web Search is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. Google Search is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, receiving several hundred million queries each day through its various services.

History of Facebook

Mark Zuckerberg wrote Facemash, the predecessor to Facebook, on October 28, 2003, while attending Harvard as a sophomore. According to The Harvard Crimson, the site was comparable to Hot or Not, and "used photos compiled from the online facebooks of nine houses.

Airtel 3G 70% less in Kerala Plans

First time users please follow the steps as given below to go 3G in Kerala:- » Select network settings to "automatic" on your handset » Choose "3G only mode" and wait for network registration. » After registration and seeing 3G network on your handset, Select "Dual Mode" or "3G and 2G mode" to enjoy 3G .

Aakash Tablet is Available For Booking

You can Order your Aakash Tablet now. The long wait for Aakash Tablet is now over. Now you can book your Aakash Tablet online which will be delivered within a week from the day of booking. Aakash was the most awaited Indian Tablet, which took many people’s attention all over the world.

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Samsung Become The Number Mobile Company in World by Beating Nokia



In Q1 2012, based on Strategy Analytics, Samsung surpassed Nokia sold by 93.5 million units and 82.7 million units, respectively. Standard & Poor's has also downgraded Nokia to 'junk' status at BB+/B with negative outlook due to high loss and still declined with growth of Lumia smartphones was not sufficient to offset a rapid decline in revenue from Symbian-based smartphones over the next few quarters.



Top Five Worldwide Total Mobile Phone Vendors, Q1 2012
Rank Manufacturer Gartner IDC
1 SAMSUNG 20.7% 23.5%
2 Nokia 19.8% 20.8%
3 Apple 7.9% 8.8%
4 ZTE 4.2% 4.8%
5 LG 3.5% 3.4%

Others 33.3% 38.7%

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The Android 4.1- Latest Android Os

 



The Android 4.1 home On June 27, 2012, at the Google I/O conference, Google announced Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). Based on Linux kernel 3.1.10, Jelly Bean is an incremental update with the primary aim of improving the user interface, both in terms of functionality and performance. The performance improvement involves "Project Butter", which uses touch anticipation, triple buffering, extended vsync timing and a fixed frame rate of 60fps to create a fluid and "buttery"-smooth UI.Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was released to AOSP on July 9, 2012, and an OTA update for the Samsung Galaxy Nexus to Android 4.1.1 was released on July 11, 2012, making it the first device to run Jelly Bean

Samsung Galaxy Nexus i515 Review


Body

Weight 150 g
- Touch-sensitive controls
Display Type Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
Size 720 x 1280 pixels, 4.65 inches (~316 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes
Protection Oleophobic coating
Sound Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Loudspeaker Yes
3.5mm jack Yes
Memory Card slot No
Internal 32GB storage, 1 GB RAM
Data GPRS No
EDGE No
Speed Rev. A, up to 3.1 Mbps; LTE
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, dual-band, DLNA, Wi-Fi hotspot
Bluetooth Yes, v3.0 with A2DP
NFC Yes
USB Yes, microUSB v2.0 (MHL)
Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Features Touch focus, geo-tagging, face detection
Video Yes, 1080p@30fps
Secondary Yes, 1.3 MP, 720p@30fps
Features OS Android OS, v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Introducing Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) preview platform, and more


At Google I/O today we announced the latest version of the Android platform, Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean). With Jelly Bean, we’ve made the great things about Android even better with improved system performance and enhanced user features.

Improvements include a smoother and more responsive UI across the system, a home screen that automatically adapts to fit your content, a powerful predictive keyboard, richer and more interactive notifications, larger payload sizes for Android Beam sharing and much more. For a lowdown on what’s new, head over to the Jelly Bean platform highlights.

Of course, Jelly Bean wouldn’t be complete without a healthy serving of new APIs for app developers. Here are some of the new APIs that Jelly Bean introduces:
    Expandable notifications: Android 4.1 brings a major update to the Android notifications framework. Apps can now display larger, richer notifications to users that can be expanded and collapsed with a pinch. Users can now take actions directly from the notification shade, and notifications support new types of content, including photos.
    Android Beam: In Android 4.1, Android Beam makes it easier to share images, videos, or other payloads by leveraging Bluetooth for the data transfer.
    Bi-directional text support: Android 4.1 helps you to reach more users through support for for bi-directional text in TextView and EditText elements.
    Gesture mode: New APIs for accessibility services let you handle gestures and manage accessibility focus. Now you can traverse any element on the screen using gestures, accessories, you name it.
    Media codec access: Provides low-level access to platform hardware and software codecs.
    Wi-Fi Direct service discoverability: New API provides pre-associated service discovery letting apps get more information from nearby devices about the services they support, before they attempt to connect.
    Network bandwidth management: New API provides ability to detect metered networks, including tethering to a mobile hotspot.
For a complete overview of new APIs in Jelly Bean, please read the API highlights document. Note that this is a preview of the Jelly Bean platform. While we’re still finalizing the API implementations we wanted to give developers a look at the new API to begin planning app updates. We’ll be releasing a final platform in a few weeks that you should use to build and publish applications for Android 4.1.

For Android devices with the Google Play, we launched the following at Google I/O today:
    Smart app updates: For Android 2.3, Gingerbread devices and up, when there is a new version of an app in Google Play, only the parts of the app that changed are downloaded to users’ devices. On average, a smart app update is a third the size of a full apk update. This means your users save bandwidth and battery and the best part? You don’t have to do a thing. This is automatically enabled for all apps downloaded from Google Play.
    App encryption: From Jelly Bean and forward, paid apps in Google Play are encrypted with a device-specific key before they are delivered and stored on the device. We know you work hard building your apps. We work hard to protect your investment.
    Google Cloud Messaging for Android: This is the next version of C2DM and goes back to Froyo. Getting started is easy and has a whole bunch of new APIs than C2DM has to offer. If you sign-up for GCM, you will be able to see C2DM and GCM stats in the Android developer console. Most importantly, the service is free and there are no quotas. [Learn more.]
Starting from today, over 20 Android sessions at Google I/O will deep-dive in many of these areas. Join us in-person or follow us live.

Introducing Google Chrome For Android

In 2008, we launched Google Chrome to help make the web better. We’re excited that millions of people around the world use Chrome as their primary browser and we want to keep improving that experience. Today, we're introducing Chrome for Android Beta, which brings many of the things you’ve come to love about Chrome to your Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phone or tablet. Like the desktop version, Chrome for Android Beta is focused on speed and simplicity, but it also features seamless sign-in and sync so you can take your personalized web browsing experience with you wherever you go, across devices.

Speed
With Chrome for Android, you can search, navigate and browse fast—Chrome fast. You can scroll through web pages as quickly as you can flick your finger. When searching, your top search results are loaded in the background as you type so pages appear instantly. And of course, both search and navigation can all be done quickly from the Chrome omnibox.

Simplicity
Chrome for Android is designed from the ground up for mobile devices. We reimagined tabs so they fit just as naturally on a small-screen phone as they do on a larger screen tablet. You can flip or swipe between an unlimited number of tabs using intuitive gestures, as if you’re holding a deck of cards in the palm of your hands, each one a new window to the web. One of the biggest pains of mobile browsing is selecting the correct link out of several on a small-screen device. Link Preview does away with hunting and pecking for links on a web page by automatically zooming in on links to make selecting the precise one easier. And as with Chrome on desktop, we built Chrome for Android with privacy in mind from the beginning, including incognito mode for private browsing and fine-grained privacy options (tap menu icon, ‘Settings,’ and then ‘Privacy’).


Sign in
You can now bring your personalized Chrome experience with you to your Android phone or tablet. If you sign in to Chrome on your Android device, you can:

  • View open tabs: Access the tabs you left open on your computer (also signed into Chrome)—picking up exactly where you left off.
  • Get smarter suggestions: If you visit a site often on your computer, you'll also get an autocomplete suggestion for it on your mobile device, so you can spend less time typing.
  • Sync bookmarks: Conveniently access your favorite sites no matter where you are or which device you’re using.
Chrome is now available in Beta from Android Market, in select countries and languages for phones and tablets with Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. We’re eager to hear your feedback. Finally, we look forward to working closely with the developer community to create a better web on a platform that defines 3mobile.

Google Maps for Android a fresh look

A new look for Navigation on Android 4.0+ phones
In today’s release of Google Maps 6.5 for Android we’ve redesigned the Navigation home screen in Android 4.0+ to make it easier to enter a new destination or select from recent and favorite locations by swiping left or right.



Left: New Navigation home screen Right: Navigation in Google Maps for Android


Crisper, faster maps for high pixel density devices
If your device has a high pixel density screen, such as those on Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S II, Droid Razr and others, you’ll now get higher resolution map tiles that take better advantage of the pixels-per-inch on your screen. The result is a crisper, less cluttered map that is easier to read:

Compare our new map on the right to the previous map on the left. The road network is easier to see, less obstructed by labels, and has more color contrast. At more zoomed-in levels, you’ll notice a more controlled amount of maps labels to avoid cluttering the map and blocking out street names. The new style also helps maps react faster to panning, zooming, and twisting.

You'll start seeing the new style as you navigate around new areas on the map; however, you can see these changes immediately by clearing your cache from the Maps settings.

Galaxy Nexus now on sale in Google Play

Nexus phones more than two years ago to give you a pure Google experience and access to the latest Android updates. Today, we’ve started selling Galaxy Nexus (HSPA+) from a new Devices section in the Google Play web store, so you can quickly and easily purchase an unlocked version of the phone. We want to give you a place to purchase Nexus devices that work really well with your digital entertainment.

Galaxy Nexus by Samsung runs the latest Android software, Ice Cream Sandwich, with Google mobile services, Google Play and new features like Android Beam and Google+ mobile hangouts. It also offers a 4.65” HD Super AMOLED display that’s perfect for watching movies, playing games or reading books on the go.

First available in the U.S., Galaxy Nexus costs $399 and arrives at your door unlocked, without a carrier commitment or contract. You can use it on the GSM network of your choice, including T-Mobile and AT&T. It also comes pre-installed with the Google Wallet app which lets you easily make purchases and redeem offers with a tap of your phone. Best of all, we'll give you a $10 credit to get you started with your new mobile wallet.

Samsung New Galaxy Note 2012

 Samsung Galaxy Note (T-Mobile) : Front
The last big Samsung Unpacked event was in May in London and included the launch of the Galaxy S III $149.99 at Verizon Wireless smartphone. This time around, the rumor mill seems to believe Samsung's Berlin event is intended to show off the Galaxy Note II.
In June, Samsung insiders confirmed to GSMArena that the Galaxy Note II will feature a 5.5-inch Super AMOLED screen, as well as a design inspired by the Galaxy S III.
The current Note provides a 5.3-inch Super AMOLED HD display with a 16:10 screen ratio, which Samsung could change to 16:9 on the new, larger display.
Last month, T-Mobile announced plans to offer the original Galaxy Note, which - despite its large "phablet" size - has proven popular with many consumers around the world. The device was recently upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich.
Samsung's Berlin event kicks off at 7 p.m. local time; PCMag will be there, so stay tuned for all the details.

New Racing Moto v1.1.2 for Android

mistermobile-Racing Moto v112 for Android
Fast paced racing game! You never dare drive so fast in the real world!
Racing Moto is a fast paced racing game. You never dare drive so fast in the real world! Control your moto with incredible fast speed during traffic rush time! Also enjoy beautiful view during the journey – desert, city, bridge, sea and forest!


Intuitive game rules:
# Tilt phone to control moto direction
# Tap screen to accelerate
Tips to win high score:
# Keep accelerating moto so that the score will be boosted. The boost factor is shown on the right top of the screen.
# Watch out indicator light. Vehicles may turn left or right.
Enjoy feeling super speedy moto racing! Please give us your feedback, rate or comment if you like this game!
What’s in this version:
1. v1.1.2
2. Improved model display, better graphics!
3. Fixed rare fc on some devices.
4. v1.1.0
5. Added option to select motorcycles.

Current Version: v1.1.2
Requires Android: 1.6 and up
Password: mobilizeandshare

Next Samsung Galaxy Is Called S4 Is It True





We got samsung galaxy s III from samsung .S3 is giving good result to the users for whole world on hit samsung galaxy s3 we thinking samsung must take think for the next galaxy for the people .Ok what will can expect for next samsung galaxy  Is It   S4 .We are sure for this but next samsung galaxy must be in S4 or not no idea ok wait and see.


Samsung Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S3 is a tour de force of the latest cutting edge mobile phone technology, as proven by the fact it has sold faster than hotcakes on the coldest day in January, or wettest day in July for that matter. But, for some of us, it didn't quite tick every box. We're going to look ahead at what we'd like to see from its follow up, which we can only suppose will be called the Samsung Galaxy S4.

How Many Samsung S III Sold

Powered by a quad core processor and dazzled with a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display, Samsung's newest flagship smartphone Galaxy S3 has surely delivered and lived up to the expectations of Samsung fans all around the globe. And according to the handset's latest sales figures, people indeed embraced it like a glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot day.
  • (Photo: Samsung)<br>Powered by a quad core processor and dazzled with a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display, Samsung’s newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S3, surely delivered and lived up to the expectations of Samsung fans all around the globe. And according to the handset’s latest sales figures, people indeed embraced it like a glass of ice cold lemonade on a hot day.
The South Korean tech giant announced last month that it was expecting Galaxy S3 to surpass 10 million sales figures by the end of July. Sunday, a report by Korean news agency Yonhap News said that the company in fact hit that milestone in less than two months after its official release in May.
Head of Samsung's mobile division Shin Jong-kyun told the news agency that the Galaxy S3 "has become a 10-million seller" since it was unveiled. While Jong-kyun didn't give any exact numbers, the 10 million units sold until now roughly translate into 190,000 units of Galaxy S3 being sold every single day.

How Solve Samsung Galaxy Rebooting Issue

  • First the cause: Poor fitting battery, made worse by a badly designed micro-SD slot position.
  • When you have an SD-card fitted this can push the battery away from its contacts. I found my battery had about 0.5 mm of movement up and down. Every time my phone reset it was when it was in my pocket and subject to movement.
  • Riding my bike to or from work.
  • The fix:
  • Lovely and simple just place a bit of paper placed under the bottom of the battery to push it up towards the battery contacts.
  • I used a UK lotto ticket (loosing one) it was just the right thickness to stop the movement. (Tesco till receipts work just as well.) Tear your lotto ticket in half then half again, wrap your quarter ticket over the bottom edge of the battery, push the battery into the phone and check for movement. You may have to double up, I found just one layer was enough to stop the vertical movement.
  • fit the cover and turn on your phone.

Samsung Galaxy 100+ secret codes

             Samsung Galaxy secret codes

  1. *#1234# = Firmware Version.
  2. *#2222# = H/W Version.
  3. *#8999*8376263# = All Versions Together.
  4. *#8999*8378# = Test Menu.
  5. *#4777*8665# = GPSR Tool.
  6. *#8999*523# = LCD Brightness.
  7. *#8999*377# = Error Menu.
  8. *#8999*327# = EEP Menu.
  9. *#8999*667# = Debug Mode.
  10. *#92782# = PhoneModel. (Wap)
  11. #*5737425# = JAVA Mode.
  12. *#2255# = Call List.
  13. *#232337# = Bluetooth MAC Adress.
  14. *#5282837# = Java Version.
  15. #*4773# = Incremental Redundancy.
  16. #*7752# = 8 PSK uplink capability bit.
  17. #*7785# = Reset wakeup & RTK timer cariables/variables.
  18. #*7200# = Tone Generator Mute.
  19. #*3888# = BLUETOOTH Test mode.
  20. #*7828# = Task screen.
  21. #*#8377466# = S/W Version & H/W Version.
  22. #*2562# = Restarts Phone.
  23. #*2565# = No Blocking? General Defense.
  24. #*3353# = General Defense, Code Erased.
  25. #*3837# = Phone Hangs on White screen.
  26. #*3849# = Restarts Phone.
  27. #*3851# = Restarts Phone.
  28. #*3876# = Restarts Phone.
  29. #*7222# = Operation Typ: (Class C GSM)
  30. #*7224# = !!! ERROR !!!
  31. #*7252# = Operation Typ: (Class B GPRS)
  32. #*7271# = CMD: (Not Available)
  33. #*7274# = CMD: (Not Available)
  34. #*7337# = Restarts Phone. (Resets Wap Settings)
  35. #*2787# = CRTP ON/OFF.
  36. #*2886# = AutoAnswer ON/OFF.
  37. #*3737# = L1 AFC.
  38. #*5133# = L1 HO Data.
  39. #*7288# = GPRS Detached/Attached.
  40. #*7287# = GPRS Attached.
  41. #*7666# = White Screen.
  42. #*7693# = Sleep Deactivate/Activate.
  43. #*7284# = L1 HO Data.
  44. #*2256# = Calibration info? (For CMD set DEBUGAUTONOMY in cihard.opt)
  45. #*2286# = Databattery.
  46. #*2527# = GPRS switching set to (Class 4, 8, 9, 10)
  47. #*2679# = Copycat feature Activa/Deactivate.
  48. #*3940# = External looptest 9600 bps.
  49. #*4263# = Handsfree mode Activate/Deactivate.
  50. #*4700# = Please use function 2637.
  51. #*7352# = BVMC Reg value (LOW_SWTOFF, NOMINAL_SWTOFF)
  52. #*2558# = Time ON.
  53. #*3370# = Same as 4700.
  54. #*3941# = External looptest 115200 bps
  55. #*5176# = L1 Sleep.
  56. #*7462# = SIM Phase.
  57. #*7983# = Voltage/Freq.
  58. #*7986# = Voltage.
  59. #*8466# = Old Time.
  60. #*2255# = Call Failed.
  61. #*5187# = L1C2G trace Activate/Deactivate.
  62. #*5376# = DELETE ALL SMS!!!!.
  63. #*6837# = Official Software Version: (0003000016000702)
  64. #*7524# = KCGPRS: (FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 07)
  65. #*7562# = LOCI GPRS: (FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FE FF 01)
  66. #*2337# = Permanent Registration Beep.
  67. #*2474# = Charging Duration.
  68. #*2834# = Audio Path. (Handsfree)
  69. #*3270# = DCS Support Activate/Deactivate.
  70. #*3282# = Data Activate/Deactivate.
  71. #*3476# = EGSM Activate/Deactivate.
  72. #*3676# = FORMAT FLASH VOLUME!!!
  73. #*4760# = GSM Activate/Deactivate.
  74. #*4864# = White Screen.
  75. #*5171# = L1P1.
  76. #*5172# = L1P2.
  77. #*5173# = L1P3.
  78. #*7326# = Accessory.
  79. #*7683# = Sleep variable.
  80. #*8465# = Time in L1.
  81. #*2252# = Current CAL.
  82. #*2836# = AVDDSS Management Activate/Deactivate.
  83. #*3877# = Dump of SPY trace.
  84. #*7728# = RSAV.
  85. #*2677# = Same as 4700.
  86. #*3728# = Time 2 Decod.
  87. #*3725# = B4 last off.
  88. #*7372# = Resetting the time to DPB variables.
  89. #*7732# = Packet flow context bit Activate/Deactivate.
  90. #*6833# = New uplink establishment Activate/Deactivate.
  91. #*3273# = EGPRS multislot. (Class 4, 8, 9, 10)
  92. #*7722# = RLC bitmap compression Activate/Deactivate.
  93. #*2351# = Blinks 1347E201 in RED.
  94. #*4472# = Hysteresis of serving cell: 3 dB
  95. #*2775# = Switch to 2 inner speaker.
  96. #*9270# = Force WBS.
  97. #*7878# = FirstStartup. (0=NO, 1=YES)
  98. #*3757# = DSL UART speed set to. (LOW, HIGH)
  99. #*8726# = Switches USBACM to Normal.
  100. #*8724# = Switches USBACM to Generator mode.
  101. #*8727# = Switches USBACM to Slink mode.
  102. #*8725# = Switches USBACM to Loop-back mode.
  103. #*3838# = Blinks 3D030300 in RED.
  104. #*2077# = GPRS Switch.
  105. #*2027# = GPRS Switch.
  106. #*0227# = GPRS Switch.
  107. #*0277# = GPRS Switch.
  108. #*8370# = Tfs4.0 Test 0.
  109. #*8371# = Tfs4.0 Test 1.
  110. #*8372# = Tfs4.0 Test 2.
  111. #*8373# = Tfs4.0 Test 3.
  112. #*8374# = Tfs4.0 Test 4.
  113. #*8375# = Tfs4.0 Test 5.
  114. #*8376# = Tfs4.0 Test 6.
  115. #*8377# = Tfs4.0 Test 7.
  116. #*8378# = Tfs4.0 Test 8.
  117. #*8379# = Tfs4.0 Test 9.
  118. #*7878# = FirstStartup. (0=NO, 1=YES)
  119. #*3838# = Blinks 3D030300 in RED.
  120. #*2077# = GPRS Switch.
  121. #*2027# = GPRS Switch.
  122. #*0227# = GPRS Switch.
  123. #*0277# = GPRS Switch.
  124. #*22671# = AMR REC START.
  125. #*22672# = Stop AMR REC. (File name: /a/multimedia/sounds/voice list/ENGMODE.amr)
  126. #*22673# = Pause REC.
  127. #*22674# = Resume REC.
  128. #*22675# = AMR Playback.
  129. #*22676# = AMR Stop Play.
  130. #*22677# = Pause Play.
  131. #*22678# = Resume Play.
  132. #*77261# = PCM Rec Req.
  133. #*77262# = Stop PCM Rec.
  134. #*77263# = PCM Playback.
  135. #*77264# = PCM Stop Play.
  136. #*22679# = AMR Get Time.
  137. *#8999*364# = Watchdog ON/OFF.
  138. *#8999*427# = WATCHDOG signal route setup.
  139. *2767*226372# = Camera Reset. (deletes photos)
  140. *2767*3855# = E2P Full Reset.
  141. *2767*2878# = E2P Custom Reset.
  142. *2767*927# = E2P Wap Reset.
  143. *2767*226372# = E2P Camera Reset.
  144. *2767*688# = Reset Mobile TV.
  145. #7263867# = RAM Dump. (On or Off)

Top 5 Tips for Samsung Galaxy

  • Home screen and apps disappear on startup.
    Have managed to solve the problem by going into settings - accounts and sync and unchecking both background sync and auto sync. Phone now starts up with no issues and everything works exactly as I want it to (i. e. it only gets info when I tell it to). 
 
  • if you hold down on any homescreen, then choose shortcuts, you can then choose contacts>then choose a contact to stick them on the homescreen, or you can choose direct message/dial and then a contact to do the same with that feature.  
 
  • Home screen and apps disappear on startup.
    Have managed to solve the problem by going into settings - accounts and sync and unchecking both background sync and auto sync. Phone now starts up with no issues and everything works exactly as I want it to (i. e. it only gets info when I tell it to). 
 
  • . In gallery, I want to sort my videos by list, not thumbnails?
    -what you could do is access the movie thru your file explorer instead of the gallery, that way you can seethe name of the movie on the file
    -If you use the videos app you get a thumbnail, and the title.
 
  • Vibrate and silent modes.
    Press and hold on homescreen, choose Shortcuts, scroll down to and press settings, then scroll down and choose sounds.

Factory Reset on Samsung Galaxy

Factory Reset (Optional)
There are three ways to reset the phone, through Dialer, Settings or Recovery mode.
- Dialer, enter *2767*3855#
- Settings, Privacy, Factory data reset.
- Recovery mode. Power off the phone, press and hold Vol Up + Home + Power. Use the Vol keys to navigate the menus and Home to action

11 things to do after unboxing samsung galaxy s3 and other mobiles



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First 11 basic things to do after unboxing the mobile
1. Sign in with google account if you have already one or make a new one. If you want to restore settings of previous android mobile to S3, then sign in beginning ( you need internet to sign in)
2. Fully charge the mobile. Although with new batteries, the problem of battery memory is not there but still better to follow the advice or manual. fully charge and discharge few times
3. In contacts, bring contacts from old mobile. One simple way is if your old contacts are already synchrozed with google, then you can simply download from google all the contactsin S3 or save old contacts as file like CSV etc and then import to new
4. Go to market--> menu --> my applications and update if available for existing application
5. Buy good capacity MicroSD card. S3 supports upto 64 Gb card. In order to avoid cluttering of phone internal memory, go to camera settings and change storage from phone to SD card so that photos and movies are stored on card
6. Down load Samsung kies on your desk top and synchronized in order to keep backup of your contacts, sms, photos, movies etc. Alternatively you can use kies air to do wireless synchronization or other backup programs
7. Make account with drop box as S3 buyers can get 50 GB free for two years intead of 5 Gb. After you will recieve a mail from dropbox asking for few steps to increase your storage. If you don't know what dropbox is, google it
8. If you have mobile net, then set the data limit as per your subscription. Go to setting-->data usage--> make it on and set the monthly data limit to avoid overpayment
9. For added security put screen lock. You can put face or voice lock (low security but more fancy) or password/pin lock(strong security). Go to settings and security
10. Put good antivirus if you are planning to download lot of applicationsespecially from unsecured places
11. Subscribe to services like samsungdive or androidlost etc in case of misplacing or loosing yourmobile, you can find it online

samsung galaxy mobile9 apps not supporting

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Samsung launched GALAXY Beam projector smartphone at Rs. 33,900

Smartphone major Samsung Electronics has launched Samsung GALAXY Beam projector smartphone in India at Rs. 33,900.
 

 The smartphone is based on the Android 2.3 OS platform, and equipped with an ultra-bright 15 lumens projector that gives high-definition projection up to 50" wide at a distance of 2 meter.

The 5 mega pixel camera enables users to capture and share pictures and videos with loved ones instantly, enriching the sharing experience.

The smartphone will enable its users to share their and other digital media content by beaming it directly onto walls, ceilings or improvised flat surfaces.

 The GALAXY Beam is powered by 1.0GHz dual-core processor and features a 5 mega pixel camera. It comes with 8GB of internal memory, which is expandable to 32 GB. The samrtphone is packed with 2 powerful 2000 mAh battery that ensures greater display power and content freedom.  

Weighing in at 145 grammes, the smartphone is 12.5 mm (0.5") thick, with the rest of the dimensions being 123.9 mm (l) x 64.2 mm (w).

 The GALAXY Beam comes with specialized applications like the Ambience feature for various mood experiences and a drawing tool for presentations. It enables the presenter to easily bring the viewers' attention without a laser printer.

Samsung unveils GALAXY Ace Duos at Rs. 15,090

Recently, Samsung expanded its GALAXY series with the launch of Samsung GALAXY Ace Duos, a dual GSM SIM smartphone priced at Rs. 15,090.

Samsung now has a range of 20 smart phone models priced in the range between Rs. 7,350/- to Rs. 42,50

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