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Tuesday, January 12, 2010
2010 Top 5 iPhone Application For SMS Backup

iPhone really a first choice for every mobile phone user but this device lacking in market due to

few important and frequently use features i.e. forward, bulk send. Besides that users also facing

the problem in keeping SMS backup. The bad side of iPhone is users have to clean their inbox

after 100 SMS message in order to continue receive new messages. Users, there is no need to

tolerate these kind of problems because there will be solutions.

Here, Top 5 iPhones SMS application are made to heal your problem.

1. iPhone backup SMS extractor

iPhone Backup SMS Extractor application helps users to save all contact, details and SMS

messages as well in compatible in use format i.e. PDF, CSV and XML. The best part of this

application is there is no installation require so user can restore his/her iPhone later. This

application also cater facility to extract /export & save SMS / texts , contact list/ address book

from an iPhone 2G / 3Gs to windows based computer.

Pro and Con


* Download Free
* Installation does not requires
* Support both windows based PC & Apple Macintosh
* Effortlessness use


Entering personal detail might to dangerous for your account


2. Syphone

Pro and Con


* Simple interfacing
* Outstanding features and stability
* All in one application solution


* This application available for only for Macintosh OS X 10.4 or later, iTunes 7.4 or later, iPhone
* No free version for Ultimate version
* Application can only be installing in Macintosh and make it possible to view, save, and backup

user’s SMS
* Archive feature is including viewing conversation through SMS.

3. Tansee iPhone Transfer

Pro and Con

* Take SMS back up and move data iPhone to PC
* Easy accessible option to view & edit iPhone SMS in PC
* View SMS in Text file format, ANTS file format, MHT file format on PC
* Password protected
* Users can print any SMS


* Simple using application
* Support all Windows OS version i.e. Windows OS: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP,

Windows 2003, Windows Vista


* Costly USD 19.99

4. aSMS

Pro and Con

This brilliant application makes possible forwarding mails, send features and ability to read out the

Phonebook from SIM card. aSMS is simply browse based program so user can utilize it on a pc

remotely. This application quit significant for CJK language users so users get some facility to

apply javascript IME to enter their characters.

Pro and Con


* This application supports all Chinese /CJK languages
* Ability to read out SIM card phonebook and SMS messages
* FREE version available


* Downloading possible through Safari browser
* This app will not work on all firmware versions


Pro and Con


* Facility to work on landscape view
* Deliver SMS from users to relative match up in chat mode too.
* Easy process for sending contacts
* Simply search for contacts.


* Have to Jailbreak Posted by Micro websits at 11:14 AM
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How To Make Your iPhone Battery Last Longer

The Apple iPhone uses a standard, rechargeable lithium-ion battery. It is critical that you take care of the battery in the best way possible because the battery isn’t removable. Since an expert would have to replace the battery for you, it will likely cost at least $100+ to have it replaced.

If you take care of the battery of the iPhone, you will really be able to extend its life. The type of battery that’s in the model can easily be used for a few years with the proper care and precautions. This doesn’t mean that the battery will last forever, it just means that it will last for a lot longer.

You must avoid heat like the plague if you want this type of battery to last. Heat destroys the ability of lithium-ion batteries to store energy due to intense ionization. Make sure that your phone isn’t left out in the sun. A few hours in direct sunlight will cause the battery to get excessively hot. Even one afternoon in the sun could severely damage the life of your iPhone’s battery. Leaving the iPhone in your car will get the phone even hotter.

You must also make sure to never charge the iPhone with an after market charger. Not only will this void your iPhone’s warranty, it will also likely damage your battery. Lithium-ion batteries are designed to be charged at an exact charge rate and voltage. Many after market chargers won’t have the voltage quite right which can result in long-term degradation of your battery.

Don’t charge your iPhone in your vehicle. Vehicle chargers are made to charge the battery more quickly, and this isn’t good for your battery. Even the Apple brand vehicle charger isn’t as good for your battery as a wall charger would be. If you get into a pinch, it probably won’t kill you to charge the iPhone once or twice on the way to work. Make it a habit, and you’ll wish you hadn’t.

An off-brand vehicle charger is a certain recipe for disaster. Not only will the voltage be off, it will charge the battery at the wrong charge rate. This is by far the easiest way to render your battery worthless in a short period of time. If that’s your goal, make sure to buy an off-brand vehicle charger right away!

If you do need to have your iPhone battery replaced, make sure to contact Apple to find an authorized repair station. If anyone that isn’t authorized opens up your iPhone, your warranty will be voided. An authorized repairman can replace your battery in about 20 minutes and you will be able to have the model under continued warranty.

Source by: Courtney Tuttle

How to Save iPhone Data?

iPhone Copy Software is all in-one solution to copy or backup the data which are stored into iPhone. This great application helps you when your portable gazette will be completely full from data. Now what will happen? Can you purchase another gazettes to store and enjoy left audio and video songs which could not be stored.

The answer will be no because at present such tool is present that can store left data into another storage media as well as make complete backup of stored data into iPhone. Backup is a smart step to make bank balance of your data which are store in a portable media player.

iPhone Copy Software is one of them a great application which enables user to copy the all saved data into external storage media for further use. Electronic gazettes don’t promise you to save the data permanently. Miss use, virus attack, get hard stroke, fall down from a height, these all events may cause data loss.

The above mentioned events are common and often every iPhone user faces them. A few of them don’t lose the stored data where as rest of them are not lucky and lost everything that were saved in their lovely portable media players. Lost thing can’t be recovered, it is a universal truth.

So avoid these data loss, copy or backup of data is last solution to again recover. So Apple Company strongly recommends their gazettes users to make backup copy using iPhone Copy Software. It has unique features and advance technology which enables you to copy your stores data into external media or on your PC.

This ultimate software is free download available at Internet. People can easily download a copy and keep continue watching and hearing the audio and video songs on iPhone without any interruption.

Source by: jimmy

The New Pioneer AVIC-X920BT GPS Navigator Is Certainly Worth Purchasing

The new Pioneer AVIC-X920BT is in the market and can be found on many online stores also. It includes In Dash Navigation System and a music plus dvd player. It includes a LCD display and it weighs just 4.4 pounds. The height is 3.9 inches and the breadth is 7 inches, which make the viewing simple for the user. It also comes with a 3D touch and slide user interface.

The advantages of Pioneer AVIC-X920BT with GPS navigation in depth are as below:


The Pioneer is integrated with improved steering and navigation features. It has a 6.1 inch wide display. It has an In Dash navigation, that allows the users to view their current location and get directions on the Tele Atlas map. The map of the USA as well as Canada can be found in the database of this unit, helping the users to search for various destinations.

One of the most interesting features in Pioneer AVIC-X920BT is the voice recognition ability. It allows the user an opportunity to tell the device any location, and the map will show the directions. At the same time, it can also show the direction of the local fast food restaurant or pump station if looked for. For example, “Locate the nearest pump station”, and so on.

Environmental Friendly Features:

The Pioneer In Dash Navigation also serves the needs of environmentally friendly users. It includes an Eco Driving option, which shows the status information of the driver and impact of the driving on the atmosphere. All these information are shown visually on the LCD display. It also gives an estimation of the fuel cost and the carbon dioxide emitted by the car during the whole trip. It also provides a 2D and 3D view of the graph visually displaying the ecological effects of the driving.

Audio System:

The Pioneer does not offer simply an in dash navigation system, but it also includes a complete double DIN audio system. It allows the user to connect their iPhone and ipod device offering a user friendly touch screen and wide screen display for movies. It is also equipped with a 4GB external memory card and an AM/FM radio, DVD and CD player along with the MP3 music player. Additionally, the device contains a Bluetooth for hands-free calling, a camera port and audio streaming.

The voice recognition system also offers the capability to control the iPod/iPhone using voice. Finding songs and videos are easy by just tapping the fingers.

Another impressive feature in Pioneer AVIC-X920BT other than In Dash navigation is that it uses an improved add-in, which links with iTunes to create play lists from your iPod/phones’ large music collection. It checks the properties of each item such as the rhythm, bass, feel, etc, and then makes the play list.

The audio and video quality of Pioneer AVIC-X920BT along with in dash navigation system and built-in music system is incredibly great. However, the user needs time to get acquainted with touch screen and advanced functions. It is wise to read the instruction guide before actually using the device.

Source by: Yohanes Agus

iPhone 8 will feature new 3D Touch pressure sensitive sensor to work with flexible OLED display

There are a big expectations for the iPhone 8; namely a major redesign featuring a large OLED display that wraps around the sides of the device with a front face featuring almost no bezels; the fingerprint Home Button will somehow be integrated into the screen.


In addition to the radical new design, KGI has a new report today adding another new feature to the list: a new, improved, 3D Touch system for enhanced pressure sensitivity.

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that the new OLED iPhone will use a flexible display panel, which will likely allow it to curve around the sides of the main chassis. However, this makes it incompatible with the existing 3D Touch pressure sensors seen in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 7.

Therefore, the upcoming flagship device will switch from a ‘FBCB sensor to a film sensor’, offering higher sensitivity and a wider range of 3D Touch pressure levels.

As OLED panel is more fragile than the LCD displays, Apple will reinforce the 3D Touch sensor with a metal structural part to provide support. The report does not detail whether this extra layer of metal would be externally visible, if it is solely an internal component.

Apple’s new flagship iPhone, currently being dubbed the ‘iPhone 8’, is expected to launch in the fall. Many sources indicate the device will be a major upgrade from the iPhone 7 with an all-new glass design, with an OLED display larger than a 7 Plus although some of the screen area will be wrapped around the sides of the device. It may also feature new Touch ID and facial recognition biometrics, wireless charging, enhanced waterproofing and other features.

Apple is also said to be developing two iterative updates to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, with minor external changes and new chips for better performance. Essentially, if the rumors are true, Apple is readying three new iPhones for 2017: an iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus and iPhone 8 with OLED screen and a radically-new form factor.

In a separate report from the same analyst, KGI claims that Sharp is receiving a higher proportion of Apple product orders across fiscal 2017 and fiscal 2018. As well as being a supplier for the OLED iPhone, it will also be the enw leading supplier of MacBook and iPad displays.

Apple is reportedly reinventing the iPhone fingerprint reader

Reliable Apple analyst KGI Ming-Chi Kuo is reporting that they believe Apple is looking to leapfrog its existing Touch ID sensor, first introduced in 2013 with the iPhone 5s and refined with a 2x faster sensor for iPhone 6s, to instead rely on several new biometric technologies, which will enable new iPhones and iPads to feature ‘zero bezel’ designs.


The current Touch ID is a capacitive sensor, KGI believes the company will supplant it with a new optical fingerprint sensor as well as facial recognition sensors. The optical sensor is necessary for Apple to execute its vision for a zero-bezel iPhone, currently rumoured for iPhone 8.

KGI’s report says that the ‘under glass’ design of current fingerprint recognition components used in the iPhone do not wholly meet the requirements of a full-screen form factor iPhone. As such, Apple will want to move to an ‘under panel’ system. This means abandoning the capacitive technology Apple acquired with the purchase of AuthenTec in 2013 and moving to an optical-type sensor.

However, optical fingerprint sensors will have to be compatible with the signal interference of flexible OLED panels (expected to debut with iPhone 8) and it makes production much more difficult. KGI says that the optical sensor is still in early development stages, so it doesn’t sound like it is going to debut with the iPhone 8 this year.

To date, Apple’s Touch ID Home Button has existed in two versions: the original sensor which debuted with iPhone 5s and a 2x faster second generation sensor included since the iPhone 6s. Independent reports about the next major iPhone, coming in the fall, claim that Apple will integrate the Home Button into the screen to reduce the bezels on the front.

Some form of face recognition technology has also been rumored to be part of the iPhone 8 tentpole features. KGI says that Apple is leaning towards full-face recognition rather than biometric iris recognition. Eventually, the firm believes Apple will rely solely on face recognition for authentication and unlock, eliminating the Touch ID sensor entirely. The timeline for this is not clear and again seems to be far in the future.

For the time being, KGI says Apple will rely on a combination of fingerprint and face detection sensors, rather than fully supplanting the latter with the former. It’s worth noting the report does not tie its commentary with any particular Apple product, so even if other rumors are swirling about face recognition for iPhone 8, KGI is not necessarily endorsing that sentiment at this stage.

How to Permanently Disable GM PassLock System


The following instructions will allow you to disable the PassLock security in quite a few GM Vehicles.

•This will allow you to install a remote starter and not have to purchase a bypass.

•Avoid Costly repairs for an already broken PassLock System.

•Disable Pass Lock system to prevent from being stranded in the future.


A digital ohm meter (optional)

T25 Screw Driver (optional)

Alligator Clips (optional)

Screw driver or other tools for removing interior panels

1/4″ Drive 7mm or 9/32 socket and socket driver


This tutorial varies depending if the ignition is located:

If your ignition is located in the dash then you will be removing the panels on the passenger underside (toe board) of the dash. The BCM (Body Control Module) is there and so are the wires we need to get too.

If you ignition is located in the steering column then you will be removing the driver side kick panels of the dash AND the clam shell around the ignition held in with torx screws.

For Cavalier and Sunfire Owners you ONLY have to remove the clam shell around the ignition that’s held in with 3 bolts.

Depending on the vehicle we will be looking for 3 wires bundled their colours are

(Group1)Red/White Yellow Black 
(Group 2)Red/White Yellow Orange/Black

1.Remove the appropriate dash panels to get to the wire harness.

2.Locate the Pass Lock 2 Wires, they will be coming out of the ignition OR on the BCM they will be located in the grey connector, Pin A6 is your yellow wire, and pin B6 will be a black wire(they should be right beside each other).

3.Strip some of the wire insulation off the black wire, leaving it bare so you can test and solder to it later. DO NOT CUT THIS WIRE!

4.Now cut the yellow wire, make sure to leave enough on both ends to give yourself something to work with. Strip both of the cut ends for testing.

5.Take your digital ohm meter and put your negative probe on the black wire that you stripped back earlier. Put the positive probe on the yellow end of the wire that leads BACK to the ignition. Use alligator clips here to help the probes grab the wires.

6.With the probes hooked up turn the ignition to the run position. Don’t try to actually start the vehicle, it won’t run anyways :). Read the ohm reading of the meter this is the resistance that we need to create to fool the PassLock security. Turn off the car.

7.When selecting a resistance don’t worry about being dead on sometimes being close is good enough. If you can’t find something anywhere near to what you read on the ohm meter you have the option to use a resistor between 0.5K ohms up to 13.6K ohms.

8.With the probes disconnected, take the resistor you selected and attach one of the ends to the black wire and then attach the other end to yellow wire that leads away from the ignition (goes to the computer).  Apply black electrical tape to the yellow wire end that goes to the ignition, we don’t need it anymore.

9.With the resistor connected try and start your car, if you matched the resistance the car will start on the first or second try.

10.If it starts then SUCCESS! Solder all your new connections. Tape up your bare wires and re-assemble your dash you’re done :)

11.If it doesn’t start don’t freak out. You will have to do the factory relearn procedure(really easy)

10 Minute Learn Procedure

•Starting from the off position.

•Attempt to start the engine, then release the key to Run position (vehicle will not start).

•Observe the security light located in the instrument cluster, after approximately 10 minutes the security light will turn OFF. Turn OFF the ignition, and wait 5 seconds.

•The vehicle is now ready to relearn the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or passwords on the next ignition switch transition from OFF to CRANK.


The vehicle learns the Passlock Sensor Data Code and/or resistance on the next ignition switch transition from OFF to CRANK. You must turn the ignition OFF before attempting to start the vehicle.

12.    Your all done, Solder all your new connections. Tape up your bare wires and re-assemble your dash you’re done :)

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Source by: John Bain

Kuo: all new Touch ID tech for OLED iPhone, Apple exploring facial recognition security

Knowledgeable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo served interesting specifics about some of the technology that could go into this year’s or future iPhones. According to his research report, Apple is reworking its Touch ID technology to support a “zero bezel” design. As a result, the OLED iPhone’s fingerprint sensor won’t be placed under the glass, as previously reported, but it’s going to live under the display panel. The technology is said to be in early development stages. It also requires specific OLED panel customizations to which Apple’s display suppliers have to oblige.

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Unlocked iPhone 3GS vs. iPhone 3G

The iPhone 3GS is pretty awesome when it comes straight out of the box. What’s even better, though, is an unlocked iPhone 3GS. Imagine being able to connect to any network in the world. How about getting many apps, ranging from the 99 cent ones to more expensive ones, for free? You get that by unlocking your iPhone.

Benefits of an unlocked iPhone 3GS go far past free apps. Unlocking allows full customization of most every aspect of the phone. You can get it customized however you want, something unseen in a factory setting phone. You can get rid of the standard AT&T SIM card and use a cheaper SIM card. That means lower rates. An unlocked iPhone 3GS also just means more freedom. And hey, what’s the cost? Not much, because you can revert your phone back if you don’t feel like you need the unlock.

The iPhone 3GS isn’t much different from the 3G in terms of specifications: 4.5 inches tall, 2.4 inches wide. It comes in both 16 gig and 32 gig, while the 3G now is limited to the 8 gig. The 3GS allows 12 hours of 2G talk, 9 hours of 3G talk, 300 hours of standby, 5 hours 3G Internet use, 9 hours wifi use, 10 hours video, and 30 hours audio. Of course, thats never combined, it’s one or the other on a single battery charge. If you’ve used the 3G before, don’t be too surprised when the 3GS isn’t much different on the technical portion; focus on the features for now.

Apple has made some decent improvements on prices for the two iPhones. While the newer version is released, the older version is dropped down to $99 for an 8 gig. White is no longer available, and the 16 gig version was cut as well. The 3GS is available at $199 for a 16 gig, and $299 for a 32 gig. All three prices are good for “qualified customers”, which means that you buy a 2-year plan with AT&T in order to get that price. Ignore that, and you pay $400-$500 more with AT&T’s new options.

Overall, if you want a faster iPhone that has great apps (free if you unlock!) and ramped up features, the 3GS is just what you need. That is, if you want to drop the $720 for the contract (2 years, $30 per month) on top of the $200 for the phone, or just $400 for a phone that won’t allow you to make calls or anything. It’s worth the price. In the end, you’ll be able to download more than $720 worth in information when you compare to the rates of other carriers.

Source by: NiyazK

Airphone No.1 – The Ultra Thin Phone

You like touch screen phones with iPhone style; you have to see the latest Chinese phone from Shenzhen High-tech District. It’s called the AirPhone No.1 and it has been built to make all other touch screen phones looked obsolete.

The recipe for the AirPhone No.1 is “simple”, you take a i68+ phone style, you step on it until you reach 8,5 mm thickness (same as the Apple Touch) to give it an ultra slim design, you replace the plastic back cover by an all  stainless steel one for a chromium look, you switch the old 3,2 inch touch screen by the latest 3.5 inch HVGA capacitive screen, the old 0,3 megapixel still camera by a 2.0 megapixel with a maximum output of 1600*1200 pixel, the everlasting MTK6225 CPU by the Mtk6235b and as you still have more space left in the phone, you add WIFI and EDGE support, a built in memory of 2Gb, an 2,5 mm universal audio jack, dual-loudspeakers, the FLV (Youtube and
Dailymotion) and a RM (Real Media) video format supported then, add few games.

The rest of the spec is what you usually find in Sciphone i68+ or CECT i9 phones: Quad band, GPRS, Bluetooth, radio, a support for an external memory card and a java virtual machine to install new applications.

To keep the AirPhone No.1 thin, the manufacturer had to make the battery part of the phone (Built-in) and it’s only a single SIM.
Price should be just under USD 150.

Features as found on the Internet :

Information Network: GSM 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz
Dual SIM: No
CPU: MTK MT6235b
Operating system:
GPS: no
Connectivity: GPRS / EDGE 2,5G / Bluetooth V2.0 Bluetooth + EDR + A2DP / USB
Messaging: SMS, EMS, MMS with Handwritten input
Display Type: 260K colors
Internal LCD: 3,5 inches touch screen HVGA capacitive screen, 320*480 pix
Ringtones Type: Polyphonic (64 chord), support mp3 format ring
User Profiles: General, Meeting, Outdoor, Indoor
Vibration: Yes
Phonebook: 500 groups of contacts
Memory: yes built-in 2Go
Card slot: yes, U disc expendable up to 8 Go
Support Mutil-Language interfaces: Language: English, Spanish, Portuguese, Bahasa Melayu, Bahasa Indonesia, Turkish, Vietnamese, Russian, Thai, Arabic, Chinese
Size: 115 x 62 x 8,5 mm
Weight: from 110 g
Battery: Li-ion battery 3,7 and 1000 mAh
Talk time: 240 to 360 minutes
Standby time: 150 – 240 hours
TV: no
Browser: Opera mini
Email: no
Camera: 2 Megapixel and 1600*1200
Video recorder: yes
Radio: Stereo radio FM
Music: MP3, WMA, WAV. Support background play, 2.5 mm universal earphone port output
Movie: AVI, 3GP, FLV, RM
Voice recorder: Yes
E-book: TXT
Photo viewer: jpg, gif, png Etc
Java: yes
Color: black

Other Installed software:
Mobile QQ, MSN, Skype, Google Map

Additional Features:
Accelerometer sensor for auto-rotate, hands free, alarm clock, hand writing, hands free, to do list, calculator, stopwatch, world time, memo, , currency converter, Exchange rates…

Package includes:
1* AirPhone No.1 with Built-in battery
1* Charger
1* Stereo headset with built-in MIC and clip
1* USB data cable
1* User Manual

Source by: Dany Edouard