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SIM Unlock your Galaxy Note II

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 7, 2012

There are usually two ways for you to unlock your smartphone, one is to pay someone else to do it for you and the other is to do it yourself which, most of the time, requires you to do crazy stuff and may lead to bricking your phone. Luckily for SGN2 users, there’s a free and not-so-risky way to unlock their 5.5-inch handset. This SIM unlock doesn’t require rocket science to pull off. Just follow these simple steps below correctly and you should be able to use any SIM card from any telco in a jiffy. Let’s begin. 1. Launch…

Face Unlock feature on Android 4.1 becomes smarter

Relevance: 97%      Posted on: July 10, 2012

When Google announced the Galaxy Nexus running on Ice Cream Sandwich last year, one of its fancy features is the Face unlock. But we discovered that you can actually trick the lock screen by putting a picture of the registered face in front of the device. It's not that secure after all. While developing their latest buttery OS, Google decided to put in a little extra time to revisit this unlock feature and make it more secure. They called it “Liveness Check”, an added security feature on Android Jelly bean that requires users to blink first in order to unlock

How to unlock SIM Card PUK PIN codes?

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: September 6, 2008

The mobile SIM card comes with a PUK (Personal Unblocking Key) code or PIN (personal identification number). The main purpose of these codes is to provide a security. These codes are normally used to prevent your SIM card from unauthorized use, theft or loss. The PUK is enclosed in a machine-generated security paper. Make sure to take care in storing this paper as it will be your only copy. Is the PUK code related to the phone brand or model? The PUK code has nothing to do with your mobile phone's brand (i.e. Nokia, Motorola, Samsung, Nextel, Sony-Ericsson, LG) or…

Performancing Partners Ad Network

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: June 30, 2006

Performancing is launching an Ad Network specifically for bloggers. Dubbed Performancing Partners, the main goal of the ad network is to open the floor for bloggers to generate more passive income on top of direct income from their blogs. The ads will be non-contextual so you can run them alongside your Google AdSense or YPN ads. Two revenue models are being put in place -- Direct advertising on a monthly flat fee basis based on recommended CPM for category type, and CPA (cost per aquisition). Success of such a niche ad network will highly depend on the people behind it…

R.I.P.: Yahoo! Publisher Network

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: April 27, 2010

Last March, Yahoo! emailed all of its publishers that it will discontinue running its Publisher Network (YPN) by April 30, 2010. YPN is Yahoo's own version of the more popular Google AdSense Network. The Yahoo! Publisher Network was launched way back in 2005 but never really went beyond the shores of the United States. I've actually signed up with YPN back in 2006 but was still put on hold since I'm not yet qualified. Since then, I've been getting regular email announcements about the network. Too bad it will close before we even get to try it here in the…

How-to: SIM unlock a Galaxy Note GT-N7000

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: August 29, 2012

If you got yourself a SIM-locked Galaxy Note (just like I did) and decide to use a different SIM from another telco other than what it came with, here's a guide on how to SIM unlock your Samsung Galaxy Note (GT-N7000). Before we begin, let be reminded that we don’t suggest hacking your phone because it will void your phone's warranty and there's a big risk of getting it “Bricked” (especially with the Galaxy Phone) if the steps provided are not done correctly. Use this guide at your own expense. We will not be responsible for any damage that this…

Globe Telecom network is now 100% 4G HSPA+

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: October 8, 2014

The Ayala-led telecommunications company, Globe Telecom, has announced that its entire network is now equipped with 4G HSPA+. The telecom giant has just completed its 100% 4G HSPA+ rollout last month. Back in June, Globe Telecom became the first full 3G network in the Philippines. "The Globe 4G HSPA+ network extends the company's ability, as a telecommunications provider, to adequately serve high data usage of customers amid proliferation of bandwidth-intensive applications and growing preference for smartphones and other mobile devices," Globe President & CEO Ernest Cu said. Next in the pipeline is the improving the LTE network of the company.…

ZTE launches Grand S3, scans the eyes to unlock screen

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: March 2, 2015

ZTE has just taken the wraps off its latest flagship -- the Grand S3. It has the components of an upper-tier handset, but with a unique feature that scans your eyes to unlock the device in addition to other tasks it can perform. ZTE Grand S3 specs: 5.5-inch Full HD display @ 1920 x 1080 resolution 2.5GHz Snapdragon 801 quad-core processor Adreno 330 GPU 3GB RAM 16GB internal storage Expandable via microSD 16MP rear camera with dual-LED flash 8MP front camera Bluetooth Wi-Fi a/c LTE Dolby Sound 3100mAh battery Android 4.4 KitKat The ZTE Grand S3 went a step further…

How to Unlock your iPhone 3G

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: January 2, 2009

The biggest news for 2009 so far is the YellowSn0w unlocking application for the iPhone 3G. You can now insert any SIM card into your iPhone 3G -- good news for consumers, bad news for telcos. The "yellowsn0w" application works with the latest iPhone 3G modem firmware (02.28.00) so if your iPhone is not yet on 2.2, just hook it up on iTunes and upgrade it before unlocking. You will also need to jailbreak your phone first (by downloading and installing QuickPwn). Once that's done, you can now follow the unlocking procedures here. I have yet to do this on…

Globe upgrades network capacity, adds over 4000 new LTE cell sites

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: February 4, 2015

Mobile network giant Globe Telecom announced that it had activated 4,300 new LTE-TDD and LTE-FDD cell sites around the country as part of their current infrastructure upgrade program. This move enables the network to strengthen their mobile data service in major metropolitan areas such as Manila, Cebu, Davao and other key cities and tourist destinations in the country, enabling customers to explore and share online at faster internet speeds. The said upgrade, according to Globe, is needed to accommodate the increasing demand for smartphones and other data-capable devices. RELATED: Globe claims 100% 3G coverage, 4G/LTE in 3 months The network, according to its statement,…