Posts Tagged ‘android’

AnkiDroid – Alternative to sync: Manually copying your decks to the phone

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

In AnkiDroid, if you don’t want to use synchronisation, you may just copy your .anki deck(s) into the “AnkiDroid” directory on the SD card. Don’t forget to copy the media folders too, if your decks use images or sounds. This video uses a very old version of AnkiDroid, when sync did not exist. But the concept of transferring decks can still be used.

VoIP Service Provider with Cheap Calling Rates to India China and Worldwide

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

VoIPclub is an internet telephony service provider with very cheap rates to India, China and to the rest of the world by using your PC and VoIPclub software you are able to make phone calls with a very cheap tariffs, also using your smartphone you are able to make calls from your mobile phone by downloading VoIPclub APP to your iPhone or Android platform. Get yourself a DID Virtual Phone Number for receiving phone calls locally from 60 different countries. VoIPclub provides also a SMS sending service with very cheap SMS rates.

Mac OS X 10.7 Lion in Active Directory

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

in diesem Tutorial Zeige ich wie man ein Mac in der Microsoft Windows Active Directory an bindet. Install Lion 10.7 1- Set the machine name to “XXX” and remember this name (Copy) 2- Open Directory Utility 3- Open Active Directory 4- Set the Comuter ID to “XXX” (Paste) 5- Show Advanced Options, check “Create mobile account…” and then uncheck “Require confirmation” and uncheck all other below 6- Click Bind 7- Enter in your admin domain credentials 8- Hit OK 9- Log the directory utility by clicking the lock in the lower right corner 10- Log out of the local admin profile or better you restart your machine. 11- Log in as any domain user

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Sunday, February 26th, 2012

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T-Mobile Samsung Exhibit II 4G Android Phone Unboxing (Monthly4G Plans – No Contract)

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Me greedily unboxing my new phone 😀 I love it so far, it’s got all the nice stuff that I can do. * Uses T-Mobile’s “4G” (3G but uses HSPA+) network * Plan starts at a month (100 talk minutes, unlimited texting, and unlimited web [First 5GB at 4G speed, rest of the month will be 2G/EDGE speed]) * Runs on Android 2.3.5 (Rootable with SuperOneClick) * Specifications: – 1GHz Snapdragon single-core processor (2nd gen) – 512MB of RAM (Although I’m seeing only ~350MB in the task manager, so I’m presuming either the kernel only allocates 384MB of RAM or T-Mobile has lied to us) – 3.2MP camera with LED flash – Front-facing camera – Plastic capacitive multi-touch touchscreen – 3.7″ TFT display – ~2GB built-in memory for apps and user data (Accepts up to a 32GB microSD card) – Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, Internet Tethering Detailed specification sheet: All this, with no contract and decent plans for 0. The plan with the 100 talk minutes is exclusively for phones purchased from T-Mobile’s website,, and Wal-Mart stores. Purchase it at:

Sony Xperia Arc Review

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012 ——–Click here for the Amazon discount coupon code for the Sony Ericsson Lt15i Mobile Phone Sony Xperia Arc Sony Xperia Arc Please note: This phone is unlocked and can be used with any SIM card. No activation required (check carrier frequency requirements) Carrier: AT&T (GSM based), T-Mobile, and Other GSM carriers** Please check compatibility with your service provider Technology: 3G EURO Standard, Quad Band 850/900/1800/1900 Feature: 8+ Megapixel Camera, A2DP, Android OS, Bluetooth, Calendar, Camera, Candy Bar Form, Edge, Email Client, Front Facing Camera, GPS / Location, High-Speed Data GPRS, Megapixel Camera, Memory Card Slot, MP3, Smartphone, Speaker Phone, Touch Screen, Video Capture, Video Clip, Wi-Fi does not work with verizon sprint or boost mobile etc. Weight: 4.13 oz Talk Time: Up to 7 h (2G) / Up to 7 h (3G) Stand By Time: Up to 430 h (2G) / Up to 400 h (3G) Product Includes Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc Unlocked Import Standard battery AC travel charger Stereo headset USB data cable User manual Key Product Features 8 Megapixel Camera Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread) GPS with A-GPS support microSD, up to 32GB Bluetooth v2.1 with A2DP Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, DLNA Multi-touch input method Capacitive touchscreen Product OverviewSony Ericsson has revealed that its new Android 2.3 Gingerbread-powered Xperia arc smartphone is powered by a 1GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 processor that is paired with an Adreno 205 graphics chip. While some spotted the device running Android 2.4

Phone Apps Collecting Your Contacts

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

What if we told you that your phone apps actually collect your entire list of contacts and uploads it to your servers. Now Android users might be somewhat familiar with this, as Google has a policy that requires its apps to display a message asking permission to access personal information. However that request doesn’t explain what the app maker will do with that information once they have it. And 11% of the free applications for your Apple iPhone and iPad are also taking user contacts and sending them to their parent companies without ever telling you about it.

Vonage Mobile App Review: Free calling, and we’re giving away iTunes credits!

Friday, February 17th, 2012 – We give you a look at Vonage Mobile and explain how you can win one of twenty iTunes gift cards in this episode! Vonage Mobile allows you to make free phone calls to other users of the app (which is currently available for iOS and Android.) In addition, you can also send free text messages as well to other users of the app, cross platform. Even better, you can call any phone number, the rate is much lower than what your mobile carrier would charge, and is even 30% less than what Skype would charge you as well. The app works over both Wi-Fi and cell service (3G and 4G) and it uses your existing contacts and address book, rather than requiring you to set up a new username, get a new phone number, etc. Even cooler, you don’t need a Vonage account to pay for your calls – instead, you just add your minutes right from the App Store or Android Market! As we said, the video also explain how you can win one of the 20 iTunes gift cards we will be giving away as well! Please subscribe if you like what we do here, or check us out at for our video archive, and our general tech coverage at http You can also find us on Twitter: Facebook: Google+:

LG Esteem Running the GingerSteem Custom ROM.

Tuesday, February 14th, 2012

Blog: Twitter @theZUDreport Facebook: Install CWM First: This is just a brief look at the GingerSteem ROM. I don’t get into a lot of technical information, simply where you can get it and a quick look at it running on the LG Esteem. Your phone MUST be rooted to install any custom ROM. Rooting your phone will void your warranty. Root at your own risk. Do your research about your particular phone, OS version and carrier before rooting. I take no responsibility for any problems that arise from you rooting your device or from use of the custom ROM shown in this video. In other words, make sure you know what you are doing.

Nifty Tricks with LG Optimus One and Android Froyo 2.2 System

Friday, February 10th, 2012 brings you Nifty Tricks with the LG Optimus One. Our mobile phone review of LG’s new Optimus One shows you three nifty things you can do with the new Android Froyo 2.2 update. We show you how to turn the phone into a wifi hot spot, transfer apps to the SD card, and send web links, map links and phone numbers from your computer to the phone using chrome to phone.