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Hello all Sony lovers, I would like to share
my work.
from several trials then several failed attempts, and
finally it worked fine, and now I present to you all


•  Rooted or Rooted

How to get the Galaxy S6 quick launch camera feature on any Android phone

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In galaxy s6 there is fantastic feature .. If we double tap on home button key while S6 is lock it directly open's camera of S6 ... Coooool naa

So in this post i'll tell you how to bring that feature in your android using few simple steps... :-)


Firstly you need to
install the Home 2 shortcut
app from the Play Store. It works with any
device running Android 1.6 and works perfectly
whether using a physical home button (like on a
Galaxy device) or a capacitive one.. Once it’s
downloaded and installed, open the app and do

the following at each of
the steps.


Step one 
: Install Applications and select Camera.

Step two:- you can select the double tap interval speed. This is the speed at which the app recognizes the home key has been pressed
twice. For me, it feels good at “very very short”,
but it’s personal preference.

Step three
: Select your regular HOME app (if
you’re using a Galaxy S5 , for example, this
might be “TouchWiz Home”. On an Xperia Z3 ,
it’s likely “Xperia Home”.)

Step four
: tap the Close button and at the
prompt select Home2 Shortcut.

Make sure you choose the right Home
application for your handset And you’re done.

Now when you quickly tap your home button or key twice it will instantly launch the camera app, just like on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge .

There is a caveat to this feature, however: it
only works when the device is unlocked.... Njoy :-)

How to: Jailbreak iOS 6.0.1, 6.0.2, and 6.1 using Evasi0n

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It’s finally here folks! The moment we’ve all been waiting so patiently for has arrived: the iOS 6 untethered jailbreak has just been released the Evasi0n tool is ready to be downloaded! Head inside for the full step-by-step guide on how to jailbreak your idevice on iOS 6.0.1, 6.0.2, and 6.1 using Evasi0n:

How to jailbreak your idevice using Evasi0n:

Note: If you have a passcode set on your idevice, you must disable it first. 
Step 1: Download the Evasi0n jailbreak tool here for MAC- for  WIN- for  LINUX

{RECOVERY} Forgot Android Unlock Pattern: How To Open

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Pattern lock is most secure screen lock for
Android device. By secure I mean, it is not
easy to unlock if you forgot pattern. So,
here are the recovery methods when you
forget Pattern on Android lock. When you
forgot Android Pattern to unlock device, you
have following options to unlock:

1. Enter Google Account

Username and Password

Besides Emergency call, there is option to
enter Google account credentials. It is generally
at the bottom of the screen in most of the
devices. Enter username and password of
Google account (the one you used to login

Turn your Android device into a Linux desktop PC - without rooting

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First of all, you need and install the app, debian root.apk. This is an operating systeam based on Linux, and lets you install free, open-source software on it like LibreOffice, GIMP, the IceWeasel web browser, and hundreds more programs. Debian noroot installs Debian 7.0 Wheezy on your Android device, an 'oldstable' version of Debian that still receives security updates and can install programs through APT (Advanced Package Tool).

5 Hidden dangers of Facebook!!

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Over the last few years, Facebook’s growth has been phenomenal. The world’s no. 1 social networking site also sometime back beat Google to become the most visited Web site in the US for an entire week at a stretch. However, the site has also lately being receiving lot of flak for its privacy policies.

An expert in online privacy drew attention to the five dangers of sharing information on social networking site Facebook. Joan Goodchild, senior editor of CSO (Chief Security Officer) Online, said that marketing efforts by the company often results in a compromise on account holders’ privacy.

Risk 1: Your information is being shared with third parties

According to Facebook policy last updated on April 2010, “When you connect with an application or website it will have access to General Information about you. The term General Information includes your and your friends’ names, profile pictures, gender, user IDs, connections, and any content shared using the Everyone privacy setting. … The default privacy setting for certain types of information you post on Facebook is set to “everyone.” … Because it takes two to connect, your privacy settings only control who can see the connection on your profile page. If you are uncomfortable with the connection being publicly available, you should consider removing (or not making) the connection.

Html 5 benefits and Advantages!!

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HTML5 makes creating accessible sites easier for two main reasons: semantics and ARIA.
Add extra html tag like <header>, <footer>, <nav>, <section>, <aside>, etc

1. Mutuality

Due to usability purpose the web sites made by developers are highly interactive nowadays and for this developers need to include fluid animations, stream video, play music and Social Network sites like Facebook and Twitter into the websites. Till now they have only the option to integrate it with the help of Flash or Silverlight, Flex or javascript like tools. But these consume so much time to develop and even the complexity of web application also increased. But now with the help of HTML5 it is possible to embed video and audio, high quality drawings, charts and animation and many other rich content without using any plugins and third party programmas as the functionality is built into the browser.

2. Cleaner markup / Improved Code

Google: Android has security flaw!!

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A security flaw has made it easy for scam artists to send phony text messages to Android phones with help of a security flaw, a report has said.
In late October, researchers at North Carolina State University alerted Google to a practice called “smishing” that can ensnare consumers in fraud.
Google’s security officials confirmed the flaw and promising to correct it.
Within days they had incorporated a fix into the latest version of the Android operating system, Jelly Bean 4.2, and made available a security update for earlier versions.

But for most Android phones, the fix never arrived, and for many, it never will, the Washington Post reports.

That is because it is not clear which company, Google, the smartphone maker or the wireless carrier that sells it, bears ultimate responsibility for the costly process of getting security updates to an Android device.
According to the paper, fixes to known security flaws can take many months to reach individual smartphones, if they arrive at all.

Security experts said that the problem has contributed to making the world’s most popular mobile operating system more vulnerable than its rivals to hackers, scam artists and a growing universe of malicious software.

Breaches remain more common on traditional computers than on smartphones, which have been engineered to include security features not found on desktop or laptop machines, experts added.

The report pointed out that if there was a major outbreak of malicious software, the fractured nature of the system for delivering updates could dramatically slow efforts to protect information carried on Android phones, including documents, passwords, contact lists, pictures, videos, location data and credit card numbers.


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