Microsoft launching Windows10

Windows 10 starts to deliver on our vision of more personal computing, defined by trust in how we protect and respect your personal information, mobility of the experience across your devices and natural interactions with your Windows devices.

Step by step instructions to Repair A Water Damaged Mobile Phone

Figure out how to spare bunches of your cellular telephone once it gets water-logged. following time once your get your cell telephone absorbed water, tea or low, basically remember and take after these direct and straightforward consideration measures.

BlackBerry - Introduces Mobile Advertising Platform

RIM has unveiled the brand new BlackBerry Advertising Service, which will supposedly help developers integrate advertising in their BlackBerry smartphone applications quickly and easily.

Thursday, February 19, 2009

Nokia Secret Codes

Here are some useful secret codes for Nokia S60 phones to get system information, such as IMEI and software version
In order to enter these codes, the phone must be in the idle screen, not in any of the menu screens. The idle screen is where you see the operator name, date, time, battery level, signal strength.

*#06# - Displays the IMEI (GSM standard).

*#2820# - Displays the Bluetooth device address of your phone.

*#62209526# - Displays the MAC address of the WLAN (wireless lan) adapter. This is available only in the newer devices that support WLAN.

*#7370# - Resets your phone to the default factory settings. Usually you will need this code when you want to reset your phone back to the same condition when you got it for the first time. When the phone ask for security code, the default one is 12345 unless you have specified one yourself.

Warning: Before you do reset the phone, make sure that you don’t have important data and that you know the security code for your phone. Your data on the phone memory will be lost once you reset it.

*#7780# - This will soft reset your phone. It is different from *#7370# because all data, like contacts, calendar and notes, are not removed. It will only reset the phone settings, such as profiles, themes and shortcuts. The default lock code is 12345.

*#0000# - To view software version.

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

*#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)

*#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.

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

If you forgot wallet code for Nokia S60 phone, use this code to reset: *#7370925538#
Note, your data in the wallet will be erased. Phone will ask you the lock code. Default lock code is: 12345 .

Mobile Battery tips

If your mobile battery is troubling you in between your work and you feel like throwing away your set, then try these tips , they might be useful .

Reserve battery: Nokia instrument comes with a reserve battery. To activate, press the keys *3370# Your cell will restart withthis reserve and the instrument will show a 50% increase in battery.Thisreserve will get charged when you charge your cell next time.

Turn Down Screen Brightness: The screen is one of the most power-consuming parts of the mobile phone. The lower the brightness, the lesser power it needs. Keep it as low as you can, so long as you can still see it! Also, some phones like the E61 and the BlackBerry Pearl come with auto-adjust features that increase the brightness in brightly lit areas and dim it in low-light areas. If you're setting the brightness low, make sure that auto-adjust is turned off.

Don't Use Animated Wallpapers or Screensavers: The animations in wallpapers and screensavers can drain a bit of battery as they also consume a wee bit of CPU. Turn them off.

Turn Off Keypad Lights: If you've been using the phone for a while, you may be able to use the keys without seeing them. If this is the case, the keypad backlight can be turned off. However, not a lot of phones support this, but it's worth considering if your phone does.

Decrease Screen Standby Time Out: The time till your screen dims out and/or gets turned off is configurable in most phones. 10 seconds is good, 5 seconds is better. Set it as low as you can go without it becoming inconvenient.

Close Background Applications:
If you're using a Smartphone, close applications that you don't need. Applications that stay active in the background use up a bit of CPU, which uses up battery. Make sure you 'exit' the applications from the menu, not by pressing the 'End' key, as that merely puts the application in the background. In Series 60 Smartphones (mostly Nokias), hold down the 'Menu' key to get a list of all applications running in the background to close them. In Windows Mobile 5 phones, open the 'Memory' application and check the 'Running programs' tab to close them.

Turn Off Vibration: Probably the second most power-consuming feature of any mobile phone is the built-in vibration alert. See if you can do without it.

Turn Down Ringer Volume, Keypad Tones and Speaker During Calls: If you're mostly indoors, like in the office or at home, a low ringer volume can go a bit towards saving your battery. Most phones also have DTMF-like keypad tones, which are not necessary if the keypad has decent tactile feedback. I keep them turned off most of the time — you can try it too. Volume of the earpiece when you're on a call can also be lowered, and that helps too.

Disable Voice Clarity / EFR / Voice Privacy: Almost all phones now do Enhanced Full Rate (EFR) for voice communication that consumes a little more power. In most cases, the enhanced quality of EFR doesn't make a difference thanks to the high noise levels in our city. Keep it off, you probably won't miss it. Some phones (mostly Samsungs) have a 'voice privacy' feature which can also be turned off to save battery.

Turn off 3G / GPRS / EDGEMost 3G/UMTS/WCDM: A phones keep searching for 3G coverage by default. In India, they'll keep searching till 2008, draining your battery, so go to the network selection screen and choose GSM-only. If your phone has a secondary camera near the screen, it's a 3G phone. Check your phone’s specs on the website if you aren't sure. Sometimes, even regular GPRS or EDGE connections stay active in the back, so make sure you specifically disconnect when you're done browsing the web.

Use Bluetooth and WiFi Only While Transferring: If you only use Bluetooth occasionally to transfer files to and from other devices, there's probably no point keeping it on all the time. Most phones only come with an on/off setting for Bluetooth, unlike the 'Turn on for 10 minutes' setting available for Infrared in some phones (mostly Sony Ericssons). People tend to forget about Bluetooth being left on after transferring the file — avoid doing this. Same goes for WiFi, if you're phone has that.

Here's another tip — find a USB cable if your phone supports recharging via USB: The Motorola RAZR/KRZR/SLVRs and most Windows Mobile Smartphones have a standard miniUSB slot that can use the same cable as most digital cameras. You're more likely to find one of these lying around somewhere than a charger for your phone, unless it's a Nokia, of course.

Finally, if you've tried everything else above then the only remedy will be don't use the phone too much.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Maximize the battery life


    *Turning off the screensaver.
    *Reducing Backlight and Display timeouts.
    *Turning off Bluetooth when not in use.
    *Turning off applications running in the background (A Java application is indicated by a coffee cup icon).
    *Reducing or removing calendar event alarms.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Tips N Tricks for Samsung

You can try these in case you downloaded corrupted or incompatible Java midlets or other media, which are causing problems with the phone.
  1. *2767*JAVA# Java Reset and (Deletes all Java Midlets)
  2. *2767*MEDIA# Reset Media (Deletes All Sounds and Pics)
  3. *2767*WAP# Wap Reset
  4. *2767*CUST# Reset Custom EEPR0M
  5. *2767*FULL# Reset Full EEPR0M (Caution)
  6. For example : *2767*JAVA# would be keyed in as *2767*5282#
Note : Not all codes will work with SGH-C100.


Other Samsung Codes

  1. *#06# IMEI code
  2. *#9998*4357# Help Menu
  3. *#9998*5282# Java menu (GRPS/CSD settings for JAVA server)
  4. *#9999#0# Monitor Mode
  5. *#9999# or *#9998*9999# Software Version
  6. *#8888# or *#9998*8888# Hardware Version
  7. *#9998*746# or *#9998*0746# or *#0746# Sim Infos
  8. *#9998*523# or *#9998*0523# or *#0523# Display Contrast
  9. *#9998*842# or *#9998*0842# or *#0842# Vibration On (until you push OK)
  10. *#9998*289# or *#9998*0289# or *#0289# Buzzer On (until you push OK)
  11. *#9998*288# or *#9998*0288# or *#0288# Battery & Field Infos
  12. *#9998*377# or *#9998*0377# Error log
  13. *#9998*778# or *#9998*0778# or *#0778# Sim Service table
  14. *#9998*782# show date and alarm clock
  15. *#8999*638# show network information
  16. *#9998*5646# change operator logo at startup
  17. *#9998*76# production number
  18. *#9998*968# view melody for alarm
  19. *#9998*585# Non-Volatile Memory (NVM)
  20. *#3243948# Digital Audio Interference Off
  21. *#32436837# Digital Audio Interference On

SAMSUNG T100 SECRET CODES
============================

*#06# -> Show IMEI
*#9999# -> Show Software Version
*#0001# -> Show Serial Parameters

*2767*3855# -> Full EEPROM Reset ( THIS CODE REMOVES SP-LOCK!!!! but also change IMEI to 447967-89-400044-0, you must use CHGIMEI to restore it)

*2767*2878# -> Custom EEEPROM Reset
*#8999*228# -> Battery status (capacity, voltage, temperature)
*#8999*246# -> Program status
*#8999*289# -> Change Alarm Buzzer Frequency
*#8999*324# -> Debug screens
*#8999*364# -> Watchdog
*#8999*377# -> EEPROM Error Stack
*#8999*427# -> Trace Watchdog
*#8999*523# -> Change LCD contrast
*#8999*544# -> Jig detect
*#8999*636# -> Memory status
*#8999*746# -> SIM File Size
*#8999*778# -> SIM Service Table
*#8999*785# -> RTK (Run Time Kernel) errors
*#8999*786# -> Run, Last UP, Last DOWN
*#8999*837# -> Software Version
*#8999*842# -> Test Vibrator
*#8999*862# -> Vocoder Reg
*#8999*872# -> Diag
*#8999*947# -> Reset On Fatal Error
*#8999*999# -> Last/Chk
*#8999*9266# -> Yann debug screen (=Debug Screens?)
*#8999*9999# -> Software version


SAMSUNG V200 SECRET CODES


v200 Unlock Code-> *2767*7822573738#
*#9324# Netmon (press the hangup key to exit)
*#9998*JAVA# Edit GPRS/ CSD settings (S100 Only)
*#9998*Help# Help screen/ List of codes
*#9998*LOGO# Change operator Logo
*#9998*RTC# RTC Display
*#9998*Bat# Battery Status
*#9998*Buz# Turns Buzzer ON
*#9998*Vib# Turns Vibrator ON
*#9998*LCD# LCD Contrast
*#9998*9999# Softwre Version
*#9998*8888# Hardware Version
*#9998*377# NVM Error Log (?????)
*#9998*NET# SIM Network ID
*#9998*778# SIM Serv. Table
*#9998*SIM# SIM Info
*#9998*PN# Production No.
*#9998*968# Reminder Tune
*#9998*NVM# Displays Non-Volitile Memory Status
*#9999*C# ???????????????????
*#06# Displays phones I**I No.
***/// ***/// NOTE /// *** RED COLOR , they appear serious !!! Use at
own risk !!!
*#9998*2576# Forces SIM Error
*#9998*DEAD# Forces Phone Crash
*2767*MEDIA# Resets the medis on the phone (deletes all downloaded
pics/tones)
*2767*FULL# Resets the EEPRON *DANGEROUS*
*2767*CUST# Resets the Custom EEPRON
*2767*JAVA# Resets JAV downloads (deletes all downloaded midlits)
*2767*STACKRESET# Resets Stack
*2767*225RESET# ????????????????? * Dangerous *
*2767*WAP# Resets WAP Setting & Deletes Favorites


SAMSUNG A800 SECRET CODES


The universal unlock code is *2767*637# do this with out your sim in
By default, the firmware (software) for x600 only receives java
apps and other applications like stuff by serial port.
but even for it, you have to enable the serial port, which also
causes
the closing of all other ports, even the IrDA too :-( ..
well, guess what, i have very good news for you,
do you know, you can increase the sound level,
the sound level for tones, speaker fone, etc,
can be increase even then if it is at max (level 4)
you still can do it,
just follows the instructions!

**************** HERE WE GO **************
Enter the following code:
*#8999*8378#
(You'll be shown menu, then ...)
then go to:
"H/W test"
then go to:
"Audio Settings"

then go to:
"Melody Gain"

There will you see a number.
there are five (5) Melody Levels" of it.
(and currently, you are at level 1 and after
pressing the "save" button, you will move to
level 2 and so on .........................)
you have to change the values of all the levels.
and as the resultant, it will give increase the
melody sound!, your tones will more louder,
even more louder then the max. ringing volume.
the level wise numbers are: (as its my setting :-) )

Melody Level 1: 13
Melody Level 2: 17
Melody Level 3: 18
Melody Level 4: 25
Melody Level 5: 31
you even can make your own combinations of level wise
sounding numbers that can change the sound level!.

if your combination cause more louder sound level,
then mine,
then do share it with the group! ... :-)
meanwhile, try my figured-out combination!
************ CAUTION ************
if anything goes wrong,
then you can apply the master reset code,
that will NOT delete anything, ANYTHING from your
cell fone, but set each and eveything to its
default/standard setting ...
(likes, factory settings :-) )
the master reset code is:
#*7728#

#########################################
I take no responsibility of these codes are working or not,
or its effects on your cell fone
but i have tried these codes on my cell fone.
and i bet, nothing goes wrong,
but even then of my words, be carefull!,
#########################################
The code: *#8999*8378#
as i regarded it a informative code,
will tell you each and everything about your cell fone.
and in the "H/W test",
there are lot of other Audio settings,
each of them having five (5) levels,
you can change the combination, but before doing anything,
do write the defult number sequence to some place so that
you'll be then able to invert it again! .. :-) ...
#*2558# - Time ON
#*2527# - GPRS Switching Set to class {4/8/9/10}
#*4263# - Handsfree Mode: ACTIVATED
#*53696# - [Java dnload] WAPSAR mode
#*536961# - WAPSAR enable HTTP disable
#*536962# - HTTP enable WAPSAR disable
#*536963# - SERIAL enable Others disable
#*5663351# - [Phone Model] SAMSUNG SGH-X100
#*6420# - Mic off
#*6421# - Mic on
#*7632# - Sleep mode
*#8999*523# - Main LCD Brightness
*#8999*3825523# - (?) External display
*2767*3855# - Full EEPROM reset(Reset all type of locks)also you'll
lose pictures and java not melody
Remove camera sound:
On main screen type:
*#8999*8378# --> Test mode
H/W test
Audio Settings
Melody Gain
Then replace 6 by 0, it'll show 12 but it's OK
Press back until main screen
Then press key volume to minimum and let's try !!! no more sound
tip by C-Quest

*2767*688# resets the phone
Thats all!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Samsung X100 Tricks
#*0000#
#*0400#
#*1200# - AFC DAC Val
#*1300# - IMEI
#*1400# - IMSI
#*1700# - ( ) Command #*1700 Executed
#*1800# - ( ) Command #*1800 Executed
#*1900# - ( ) Command #*1900 Executed
#*2000# - ( ) Command #*2000 Executed
#*2100# - ( ) Command #*2100 Executed
#*2200# - ( ) Command #*2200 Executed
#*2252# - Current CAL
#*2255# -
#*2256# - Calibr.-Info
#*2282#
#*2285#
#*2286# - Databattery
#*2337# - ( ) Permanent Registration - Not Yet Implemented
#*2355#
#*2400# - ( ) Command #*2400 Executed
#*2474# - For CMD Set - DEBUGBATTERY in cihard.opt
#*2527# - GPRS Switching Set to class {4/8/9/10}
#*2558# - Time ON
#*2562#
#*2565#
#*2677# - AMR State: {None / Full Rate}
#*2679# - Copycat Feature: {ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED}
#*2787# - CRTP {ON/OFF}
#*2834# - Audio path Mobile Normal
#*2836# - AVDDSS Management: {DEACTIVATED/ACTIVATED}
#*3230# - Trace Enable DCD disable
#*3231# - Trace disable DCD Enable
#*3232# - Current Mode {Trace enabled/DCD enabled}
#*3270# - DCS Support: {DEACTIVATED/ACTIVATED}
#*3282# - Data: {DEACTIVATED/ACTIVATED}
#*3333#
#*3353# - General Defence Code Erased
#*3370#
#*3377#
#*3476# - EGSM: {DEACTIVATED/ACTIVATED}
#*3676# - Flash Volume Formated
#*3683#
#*3737# - Some Codes
#*3777#
#*3779#
#*3825# - ( ) Command #*3825 Executed
#*3837#
#*3849#
#*3851#
#*3876#
#*3877# - Dump of SPY Trace
#*3900#
#*3940# - External looptest 9600 bps not available in SYSOL2
#*3940# - External looptest 115200 bps not available in SYSOL2
#*3941#
#*4200#
#*4263# - Handsfree Mode: ACTIVATED
#*4300#
#*4500#
#*4674# - IMSI| MCC:2 5 0 | MNC 9 2 | 10 11 91 83 50
#*4700# - Half Rate: {ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED}
#*4760# - GSM: {ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED}
#*4864#
#*5100#
#*5111# - ( ) Some Codes
#*5132#
#*5133# - ( ) Some Codes
#*5143#
#*5156#
#*5165#
#*5171# - ( ) Some Codes
#*5172# - ( ) Some Codes
#*5173# - ( ) Some Codes
#*5174#
#*5175#
#*5176# - ( ) Some Codes
#*5177#
#*5187# - L1C2G trace: {ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED}
#*53696# - [Java dnload] WAPSAR mode
#*536961# - WAPSAR enable HTTP disable
#*536962# - HTTP enable WAPSAR disable
#*536963# - SERIAL enable Others disable
#*5376#
#*5400# - ( ) Command #*5400 Executed
#*5500#
#*5600#
#*566335# - [WAP model ID]
#*5663351# - [Phone Model] SAMSUNG SGH-X100
#*5663352# - [Java Model] SEC-SGHS300/1.0
#*5737425# - Java Serial
#*577699# - APN
#*5800# - ( ) Command #*5800 Executed
#*6100# - ( ) Command #*6100 Executed
#*6200#
#*6420# - Mic off
#*6421# - Mic on
#*6422# - Mic dep RXdata
#*6428# - Mic measurement
#*6700#
#*6837# - Official Software Version
#*6900#
#*7200#
#*7222# - Operation Typ: Class C GSM
#*7224# - ERROR
#*7247#
#*7252# - Operation Typ: Class B GPRS
#*7271# - Multi slot: Class 1 GPRS
#*7274# - Multi slot: Class 4 GPRS
#*7276#
#*7284# - Class B
#*7287# - GPRS Attached
#*7288# - GPRS Detached
#*7326# - Accessory: Vibrator
#*7337# - Some kind of Reset Settings
#*7352# - Some Kind of Debug Info
#*7462# - SIM phase
#*7524# - KCGPRS
#*7562# - LOCI GPRS
#*7636#
#*7639#
#*7632# - Sleep mode
#*7633#
#*7638# - RLC always open ended TBF: {ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED}
#*7646#
#*7665#
#*7666# - SrCell Data
#*7673# - Sleep mode
#*7676# - Command #*7676 Executed
#*7683# - Sleep variable
#*7693# - Sleep deact
#*7728# - RSAV done->reset
#*7763# - SMS bearer CS {ACTIVATED/DEACTIVATED}
#*7825#
#*7828# - Midl Rl51
#*7957# - Command #*7957 Executed
#*7983# - Voltage/Freq {DEACTIVATED/ACTIVATED}
#*7986# - Voltage {DEACTIVATED/ACTIVATED}
#*8462# - Sleep time since SwitchOff
#*8465# - Time in L1
#*8466# - Old Time
#*8645#
#*9278# - Command #*9278 Executed
#*9795# - wtls key: reset
#7263867# - RAM Dump {On/Off}
#7465625*228# - Activa lock deactivated
#7465625*27*
#7465625*2827# - Auto CP lock deactivated
#7465625*28638# - Auto Network lock deactivated
#7465625*28746# - Auto SIM lock deactivated
#7465625*2877# - Auto SP lock deactivated
#7465625*28782# - Auto subset lock deactivated
#7465625*638*
#7465625*746*
#7465625*77*
#7465625*782*
#8999*324#
*#0*
*#0020# –
*#06# – IMEI
*#2255# - Call List
*#4777*8665# – GPRS
*#7465625# – Interrogate ( )
*#8377466# – Software && Hardware Versions
*#8888# – Hardware Version
*#8999*324# - ( ) Some Strange Numbers
*#8999*377# -
*#8999*3825523# - ( )
*#8999*523# - Main LCD Brightness
*#8999*636# - ( ) Another Strange Numbers
*#8999*8376363# - . HW, SW, + Some Code And Data
*#8999*8378# - . , , , HW SW
*#9999# – Software Version

=== : ===

*2767*xx927 - WAP . xx - . , xx=44: *2767*44WAP# xx=31: *2767*31WAP#

*2767*xx667 - MMS.

.

*2767*2877368#
*2767*2878# – EEPROM ( , )
*2767*31667#
*2767*31927#
*2767*33667#
*2767*33927#
*2767*34667#
*2767*34927#
*2767*351667#
*2767*351927#
*2767*3700#
*2767*380667#
*2767*380927#
*2767*3855# - l EEPROM ( SP- !! ) IMEI 447967-89-400044-0, IMEI ( )
*2767*39667#
*2767*39927#
*2767*420667#
*2767*420927#
*2767*43667#
*2767*43927#
*2767*44667#
*2767*44927#
*2767*46667#
*2767*46927#
*2767*49667#
*2767*49927#
*2767*66335#
*2767*688# ( ) [Unlocking Code]
*2767*7100#
*2767*7300#
*2767*73738927# = *2767*RESETWAP#
*2767*7650#
*2767*7667#
*2767*7927#
*2767*8200#
*2767*927#

=== / : ===

*335#
*663867# - mm file dumped
*7465625# -
*7465625*228# - Activa lock personalized
*7465625*27*
*7465625*2827# - Auto CP lock activated
*7465625*28638# - Auto Network lock activated
*7465625*28746# - Auto SIM lock activated
*7465625*2877# - Auto SP lock activated
*7465625*28782# - Auto subset lock activated
*7465625*638*
*7465625*746
*7465625*746*
*7465625*77*
*7465625*782*

30 Anti Virus Collection For All S60 V3,v2,v1, E-series And N-series

30 ANTI VIRUS COLLECTION FOR ALL S60 V3,V2,V1, E-SERIES AND N-SERIES

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Jiangmin Antivirus
Kaspersky Antivirus
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TrendMicro Mobile Security
Anti CommaWarrior
AntiCabir
Avira Anrivirus
BitDefender Antivirus
BullGuard ANtivirus
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Disinfector
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F-Secure Mobile Anti-Virus 2.10.110401 6630
Kaspersky Antivirus
McAfee VirusScan
NetQin Antivirus
Norton Antivirus
Panda Antivirus
SimWorks Antivirus
Smobile VirusGuard
Symantec Antivirus
TrendMicro Mobile Security
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BullGuard ANtivirus
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Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Flash Player comes to iPhone (JAILBROKEN iPhones ONLY)



iMobileCinema is a MobileSafari plugin which allows for playback of Flash (flv) video on the iPhone. You can watch videos from podcast sites or blogs with it; such as, Google Video, Youtube, and others.

A beta version of iMobileCinema has just been released for 2.x iPhones and can be installed via Cydia. You will need to add the d.imobilecinema.com source first. [iClarified]

How to use Emoji icons on an English Keyboard

This works for Jailbroken iPhones…
Simply open Cydia and find the Emoji Iconset Hack. Once installed, go to your Settings on your iPhone and find the Keyboard section. Click International Keyboards. Select Japanese and then ONLY turn on Emoji.
Now when you write email or SMS you have an extra button on your keyboard that will open the Emoji Section and give access to literally hundreds of awesome icons. However in our initial test, the icons don’t appear on other iPhones NOT running 2.2, and emailing these icons doesn’t actually appear on PC’s or Mac’s (even running Mobile Me), so I’m not quite sure how cool this hack is! But hey… I love these icons!

Hack of the Week….

 
We love the new Macbook White Keyboard theme for Winterboard. It really is a MASSIVE improvement over the standard keyboard and makes typing a whole lot easier.
Recommended for anyone who has jailbroken their iPhone. In Cydia search for Macbook White Keyboard.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Introduction / Preview : HTC Touch Cruise 09

 

The HTC Touch Cruise is intelligent enough to help you navigate from point A to point B, but that is just the beginning. With the introduction of HTC Footprints, you have a mobile phone that lets you grasp all the precious details of the instances that make up your life.

Your Life Chronicles
We all strive to capture and hang on to the moments that touch our life. The HTC Touch Cruise does just that. Take a picture and the HTC Footprints automatically saves your location. Embellish your instance further by adding the thoughts that surrounded that special moment. You can even grab the sound of your friend’s laughter to go along with your memory. Your Life Chronicles

The best part about HTC Footprints is that you can use them to find your way back to the hidden little café you visited last year, or the elm tree under which your loved one popped the big question. And if you want, you can simply flip through your collection and laugh about the times that helped create who you are today. HTC Footprints is like a journal of your life’s highlights, making them always within your reach.

Your Travels, Now Made Easier
The navigation software of the HTC Touch Cruise makes it a breeze to get around town. The cool thing is that it now comes with a car kit that helps you get even more out of your smartphone while you’re on the road. Simply put the Touch Cruise in the car kit holder and it automatically changes to NaviPanel mode. NaviPanel offers you a convenient one-touch interface to all the travel tools you need like GPS navigation shortcuts. Tap Go Home and the included software efficiently guides you to your destination. It even helps you locate services or avoid traffic jams on the way. But most importantly, it will never, ever let you get lost.

Boasting a compact and sleek design with a 2.8 inch QVGA display, the HTC Touch Cruise is a further demonstration of HTC’s continued commitment to innovation, providing consumers with a variety of devices designed to meet their individual needs. Using HTC’s TouchFLO technology, the HTC Touch Cruise provides fingertip access to phone, contacts, email, messaging, calendar and GPS applications, making it a strong all-around device.

The new HTC Touch Cruise will be available to customers across all major global markets in spring 2009.

Key HTC Touch Cruise Specifications

    * Size: 102 x 53.5 x 14.5mm
    * Weight: 103 grams
    * Connectivity: WCDMA/HSPA: 900/2100MHz. HSDPA 7.2 Mbps
    * Operating system: Windows Mobile® 6.1 Professional
    * Display: 2.8-inch TFT-LCD touch-sensitive screen with QVGA resolution
    * Control panel: HTC TouchFLO™, 4-Way navigation wheel with Enter and HTC Footprints™ buttons
    * Camera: 3.2 MP, with fixed focus
    * Internal memory: 512 MB flash ROM, 256 MB RAM
    * Expansion Slot: microSD™ memory card (SD 2.0 compatible)
    * Bluetooth: 2.0 with EDR
    * Wireless: Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
    * GPS: GPS/A-GPS
    * Interface: HTC ExtUSB (mini-USB 2.0 and audio jack in one)
    * Battery: 1100 mAh
    * Talk time: GSM: up to 400 minutes
    * Standby time: GSM: up to two weeks
    * Chipset: Qualcomm® MSM7225™, 528 MHz

HTC Touch Cruise 09 Preview (Italy)

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