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Outraged behavior cellular that block phones, I decided to help all victims that area. The result of my work are calculators that generate a code used to unlock your phone from simlock. I encourage you to download and comment my work.
Poor battery life is a subject of countless discussions on our forum. Chinese brand Oukitel wants to create a phone with a whopping 10,000 mAh battery. Sounds crazy? With such a battery you can forget about the charger for at least a week. More information in the article.
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Specs of the Sony Xperia E5663 were leaked online earlier today. The device will sport a 4.6-inch 1080p display, 21MP rear camera, a monstrous 13MP selfie shooter and 3GB of RAM. The device is expected to be released in India but the premiere date is yet to be known.
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Motorola and Verizon are testing the Android 5.1 update for the Moto X 2014. The soak test is only limited to a number of users, but you can quickly become one of them thanks to XDA Senior Member shane1. Get the ~500MB OTA and flash it onto your unmodified system through the stock recovery.
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Inspiration for casual games can be drawn from the simplest of things, from things like three-in-a-row matchmaking to falling bricks, but the complexity of the source does not a game maketh, and Sum proves just that. Based on the fundamental concept of addition, the aptly titled game promises fast-paced and thrilling gameplay for players of all ages, contrary to the conclusion one might draw from its description.
Packing three different modes, Sum draws on your perception as well as mathematical skills, giving you a grid of numbers, from within which you have to pick three numbers, in a manner that the first number picked is the sum of the two subsequent numbers. Classic Mode gives you 90 seconds to play, with 3 seconds being added for every correct combination and 5 seconds being deducted for every wrong one. Rush Mode is slightly tougher, with 90 seconds being the time regardless of correct and incorrect combinations, and lastly, Infinity Mode is present as a practice style of play, with no time limit being imposed as you keep on adding numbers, to infinity and beyond.
Sum is free to download on Google Play, and is an excellent choice for casual gaming as well as brain training. The game works offline, has no advertisements and has support for statistics as well as Google Play Games. Happy adding!
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Forum member Robpol86 has successfully managed to get Project Fi functioning on his Nexus 5, a service that should currently only function on the Nexus 6. This feat was made possible by activating the sim on a Nexus 6 first before transferring it to a Nexus 5 with a sim adapter.
The thread can be viewed here, and so far appears to be fully functional, although it remains to be seen whether in this instance the service continues to perform as it should or if this can be replicated on any Nexus 5 using the method provided. Whilst many previous attempts at transferring the service have not been successful, this could be due to the initial activation device used. It has now also been shown that a pre activated sim will not work on non Nexus hardware.
“I activated my Project Fi sim on a Nexus 6 and everything was working fine on it. Then I bought a nanosim-to-microsim adapter and put the activated Fi sim in my Nexus 5. I factory wiped my Nexus 5 since I like starting things off clean and setup my gmail account and other settings over WiFi. Then I installed the Project Fi app and opened it. The app activated Project Fi and gave me cell service. Everything so far seems to work fine on my Nexus 5.”
Did this work for you? Leave a comment below!
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The Xperia Z3+ has officially been launched in India by Sony Mobile, for a rather whooping price of Rs. 55,990 ($880). Considering that the Z3+ is more of an incremental upgrade over the Z3, the price is too high to compete against the Galaxy S6 (Rs. 41,900; $660) and the LG G4 (Rs. 46,786; $735).
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Admob is amongst one of the most preferred means of in-app monetization for app developers. In order to further aid developers make the most of available resources, the team has released a free Ebook aimed at helping extensive use of the platform along with mutual benefits to developers.
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