Posts Tagged ‘cell phone’

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

Sprint iPhone 4S Comes Unlocked

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

The Sprint iPhone 4S comes unlocked out of the box. Using a foreign SIM card (prepaid card from the UAE’s DU cut into a microSIM) the phone is able to roam on T-Mobile in the US. There is no option anywhere to manually enable or disable the CDMA radio, and this seems to happen automatically when a foreign SIM card is inserted. With no SIM card OR the Sprint SIM card, the phone will connect to Sprint’s CDMA network Update: US SIM cards do not work. Phone goes into unactivated state and complains about invalid SIM card.

Free £5 Vodafone TopUp Card Voucher Codes (Limited Time Only)

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Vodafone are giving away Free £5 TopUp Card Voucher codes, available for a limited time only, All Major Country’s supported. Please Remember to rate and subscribe for more upcoming Voucher codes in 2012. Claim your free £5 Voucher here:

Stuff They Don’t Want You to Know- Can you trust your cell phone?

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Nowadays cell phone users have an unprecedented level of convenience — but it comes at a price. Listen in to learn more about what your cell phone knows about you, who receives the information, and whether there is anything you can do about it. http


Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Did you know your CELL PHONE has a name? Try this: 1st step: from your mobile number number, take the last 3 numbers. Example- 780-496-9684 , take “684”only … … 2nd step: Write this @*[684:0] on Facebook, replacing the 3 numbers with your own. 3rd step: remove the * sign and press enter and your name will appear! It’s sweet! -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_- PEOPLE, this does NOT work on YouTube so STOP commenting with your attempts of finding out your name. IT ONLY WORKS ON FACEBOOK.

Related Blogs -Reverse Phone Lookup

    Breaking News: EL30 Official OTA Update Coming Soon to the Samsung Epic 4G

    Monday, February 6th, 2012

    Got some breaking news for everyone courtesy of ACS’ own S0ckM0nk3y! According to a Sprint internal email, the Samsung Epic 4G will be receiving an EL30 OTA update. My GUESS is that it will be Android 2.3.6 as well as have Carrier IQ removed. Stay tuned for more information on the OTA update. See the image and full article here: Blog: Facebook Twitter: Google Plus: ACS Site:

    Carrier IQ – As Bad As They Say?

    Thursday, January 26th, 2012

    No one at this point know what Carrier IO does/collects and what is done with the information it collects. Another major problem is that, little to no one knew it was there and running on your phone Links: Website: Twitter Main: Personal: Google+: Music Download from: Titlle:Hero Down ISRC: US-UAN-11-00880 Thanks For Watching, Don’t Forget To Like and Subscribe!

    Cell Phones Part 1 – Nokia 2720 – Samsung 239 – T-Mobile

    Monday, January 23rd, 2012

    Five of our high qualiity phones including Nokia 2720 flip phone, Samsung T239 phone and more. For more information, call Rob at (732) 910-9165. Cell phone carrier is T-Mobile.

    Phone Number Look Up – The Best 3 Methods Available

    Saturday, January 14th, 2012 Phone Number Look Up In this video, I will show you the only 3 methods that you must learn to make a successful phone number lookup for both landline and wireless phone numbers.

    SIM-Unlocking the Windows Phone 7 (HTC HD7)

    Saturday, January 14th, 2012

    The HTC HD7 Windows Phone 7 is normally locked to the T-Mobile carrier. To use it with AT&T or other carrier, it must be unlocked with a PIN code obtained from T-Mobile or an unlock code provider. This video shows the process. When switching to AT&T, to get the data connection to work, apply these cellular settings: * APN: wap.cingular * Username: WAP@CINGULARGPRS.COM * Password: CINGULAR1 Company used to obtain code: For additional info, see: Please comment with your experiences! Thanks, Gary Davis