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Nov 15, 2010

SONY ERRICSON MOBILE CODES:-


To check Sony Ericsson mobile or cellphones IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) 


On the main screen type *#06#


Information you get from the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    XXXXXX     XX     XXXXXX   
X

        TAC      FAC       SNR     SP


TAC = Type approval code of your sony ericsson Mobile

FAC = Final assembly code of your cellphone

SNR = Serial number of your sony ericsson Phone

SP = Spare 





Other secret tricks for sony ericsson mobile or cellphone:-


Sony Ericsson Secret Menu:

   > * < < * < *

  > means press joystick or arrow keys to right

  < means press joystick or arrow keys to left

  1. push joy stick to RIGHT once

  2. press *

  3. push joy stick to LEFT twice

  4. press *

  5. push joy stick to LEFT once

  6. press *



  The Service Menu will appears containing following information !

  1. Service Info

    a. Software Version

    b. SIMlock

    c. Configuration

  2. Service Setting

    a. Contrast

  3. Service Test

    a. Display

    b. LED/Illumination - *This test is very cool

    c. Keyboard

    d. Buzzer

    e. Vibrator

    f. Earphone

    g. Microphone

    h. Real Time Clock

    i. Joystick Counter*




  Lockstatus: < * * <



  Shortcut to last dialed numbers: 0#



  Shortcut to sim numbers: On main menu type a number and press #



  If you change the language from default to any other language,
  then it may be difficult to switch to default language.

  The shortcut is very simple. Just press < 0000 >

  < stands for left arrow button or joystick and > stands for right arrow button or joystick.



  Secret Games: Snake on the T68

  Go to Erix and then on the main screen press 123 and you will be taken to the game.



  Secret Message:

  On Tetris on the main screen when the blocks are falling press 397 and a message will appear.
 

Nov 15, 2010 Written By rahul kumar · 0

NOKIA MOBILE OHONES TRICKS:-


To check Nokia mobile or cellphones IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) 


On the main screen type *#06#


Information you get from the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    XXXXXX     XX     XXXXXX   
X

        TAC      FAC       SNR     SP


TAC = Type approval code of your nokia Mobile

FAC = Final assembly code of your cellphone

SNR = Serial number of your nokia Phone

SP = Spare 





Other secret tricks for Nokia mobile or cellphone:-


 To check the phones Software revision for Nokia Mobile.

  On the main screen type *#0000#



  To enter in the secret menu in Nokia Phone.

  On the main screen type *#92702689# [*#war0anty#]

  It will take you to a secret menu where you may find some of the information below:

  1. Displays Serial Number.

  2. Displays the Month and Year of Manufacture

  3. Displays (if there) the date where the phone was purchased (MMYY)

  4. Displays the date of the last repair - if found (0000)

  5. Shows life timer of phone (time passes since last start)



  To restore Factory Settings for Nokia mobile

  *#7780# reset to factory settings.



  Taking picture without getting noticed.

  Turn on/off the "click" sound made by the camera by selecting the 'Silent' profile or by turning warning tones on/off.



  Hiding your Mobile/ Cellphone Number

  Go to: Menu > Tools > Settings > Call > Send My Caller ID >

  'Yes', 'No' or 'Set By Network' to follow the default settings of your home network.

  It works only with very few network who provide you facility of “Private Number”



  Speed Dialing From Simcard contact (not stored in mobile phonebook)

  Type number followed by # then call.

  Example:     1#      or      2#      or      21#

Written By rahul kumar · 0

LG MOBILE PHONE TRICKS:-


To check LG mobile or cellphones IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity):-




On the main screen type *#06#

Information you get from the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

    XXXXXX     XX     XXXXXX   
X

        TAC      FAC       SNR     SP


TAC = Type approval code of your LG Mobile

FAC = Final assembly code of your cellphone

SNR = Serial number of your LG Phone

SP = Spare 





Other secret tricks for LG mobile or cellphone:-

LG all models test mode:


  Type 2945#*# on the main screen.


  2945*#01*# Secret menu for LG


  IMEI and SW (LG 510): *#07#


  Software version (LG B1200): *8375#


  Recount cheksum (LG B1200): *6861#


  Factory test (B1200): #PWR 668


  Simlock menu (LG B1200): 1945#*5101#


  Simlock menu (LG 510W, 5200): 2945#*5101#


  Simlock menu (LG 7020, 7010): 2945#*70001#


  Simlock menu (LG 500, 600): 2947#*




  LG-U81XX SPECIAL CODES


  Code to read phone version :


  - Phone without SIM


  - Enter 277634#*# or 47328545454#


  - Select 'SW Ver.info'


  Code to reset phone :


  - Phone without SIM



  - Enter 277634#*# or 47328545454#


  - Select 'Factory Reset'



  Code to enter UNLOCK MENU :


  - Phone wit SIM inside


  - Enter 2945#*88110#


  Test Menu 8330 : 637664#*#


  Test Menu 8180 V10a: 49857465454#


  Test Menu 8180 V11a: 492662464663#


  Test Menu 8130-8138: 47328545454#


  Test Menu 8110-8120: 277634#*




Written By rahul kumar · 0

CHINESE MOBILE PHONES SECRET CODES:-

China Mobile Secret Codes :
Default user code : -1122, 3344, 1234, 5678 Engineer mode : *#110*01# Factory mode : *#987# Enable COM port : *#110*01# -> Device -> Set UART -> PS Config -> UART1/115200 Restore factory settings : *#987*99# LCD contrast : *#369# Software version : *#800# Software version : *#900# Set default language : *#0000# Send Set English language : *#0044# Send Set English language (new firmware) : *#001# Send Default user code : 1122, 3344, 1234, 5678

*#66*# Set Factory Mode CONFIRMED

*#8375# Show Software Version CONFIRMED

*#1234# A2DP ACP Mode CONFIRMED

*#1234# A2DP INT Mode CONFIRMED

*#0000# + Send : Set Default Language CONFIRMED

*#0007# + Send : Set Language to Russian CONFIRMED

*#0033# + Send : Set Language to French CONFIRMED

*#0034# + Send : Set Language to Spanish CONFIRMED

*#0039# + Send : Set Language to Italian CONFIRMED

*#0044# + Send : Set Language to English CONFIRMED

*#0049# + Send : Set Language to German CONFIRMED

*#0066# + Send : Set Language to Thai CONFIRMED

*#0084# + Send : Set Language to Vietnamese CONFIRMED

*#0966# + Send : Set Language to Arabic CONFIRMED



More some codes for reset mobile china

*#77218114#

*#881188#

*#94267357#

*#9426*357#

*#19912006#

*#118811#

*#3646633# 

Written By rahul kumar · 0

HOW MOBILE PHONES WORK?



Millions of people in the United States,India and around the world use cellular phones. They are such great gadgets -- with a cell phone, you can talk to anyone on the planet from just about anywhere!





These days, cell phones provide an incredible array of functions,
and new ones are being added at a breakneck pace. Depending on the
cell-phone model, you can:







  • Store contact information

  • Make task or to-do lists

  • Keep track of appointments and set reminders

  • Use the built-in calculator for simple math

  • Send or receive e-mail

  • Get information (news, entertainment, stock quotes) from the Internet

  • Play games

  • Watch TV

  • Send text messages

  • Integrate other devices such as PDAs, MP3 players and GPS receivers


But have you ever wondered how a cell phone works? What makes it
different from a regular phone? What do all those terms like PCS, GSM,
CDMA and TDMA mean? In this article, we will discuss the technology
behind cell phones so that you can see how amazing they really are. If
you are thinking about buying a cell phone, be sure to check out How Buying a Cell Phone Works to learn what you should know before making a purchase.

To start with, one of the most interesting things about a cell phone is that it is actually a radio -- an extremely sophisticated radio, but a radio nonetheless. The telephone
was invented by Alexander Graham Bell in 1876, and wireless
communication can trace its roots to the invention of the radio by
Nikolai Tesla in the 1880s (formally presented in 1894 by a young
Italian named Guglielmo Marconi). It was only natural that these two
great technologies would eventually be combined.






Written By rahul kumar · 0

WHAT IS 5G TECHNOLOGY?


TECHNOLOGY BEHIND 5GENERATION PHONES







WHAT IS 5G TECHNOLOGY AND ITS FEATURES:-


 5G Technology means 5th Generation Mobile technology. 5G mobile technology
has changed the means to use cell phones within very high bandwidth.
User never experienced ever before such a high value technology.

Nowadays mobile users have much awareness of the cell phone (mobile)
technology. The 5G technologies include all type of advanced features which makes 5G mobile technology most powerful and in huge demand in near future.





   The gigantic array of innovative technology being built into new cell
phones is stunning. 5G technology which is on hand held phone offering
more power and features than at least 1000 lunar modules. A user can
also hook their 5G technology cell phone with their Laptop to get
broadband internet access. 5G technology including camera, MP3
recording, video player, large phone memory, dialing speed, audio
player and much more you never imagine. For children rocking fun
Bluetooth technology and Piconets has become in market. 





FEATURES OF 5G MOBILE PHONES TECHNOLOGY:-




  • 5G technology offer high resolution for crazy cell phone user and bi-directional large bandwidth shaping.




  • The advanced billing interfaces of 5G technology makes it more attractive and effective.




  • 5G technology also providing subscriber supervision tools for fast action.




  • The high quality services of 5G technology based on Policy to avoid error.




  • 5G technology is providing large broadcasting of data in Gigabit which supporting almost 65,000 connections.




  • 5G technology offer transporter class gateway with unparalleled consistency.




  • The traffic statistics by 5G technology makes it more accurate.




  • Through remote management offered by 5G technology a user can get better and fast solution.




  • The remote diagnostics also a great feature of 5G technology.




  • The 5G technology is providing up to 25 Mbps connectivity speed.




  • The 5G technology also support virtual private network.




  • The new 5G technology will take all delivery service out of business prospect




  • The uploading and downloading speed of 5G technology touching the peak.




  • The 5G technology network offering enhanced and available connectivity just about the world




Written By rahul kumar · 0

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Written By rahul kumar · 0

MICHAEL JACKSON SONG-"WANNA BE" FREE VIDEO SONG






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Written By rahul kumar · 0

BEST WAY TO CHOOSE YOUR CELL PHONE PLAN


 BEST WAY TO CHOOSE YOUR CELL PHONE PLAN





          EVERYONE IS EMBARASSED WITH THE CHOOSING THE DIFFERENT PLAN FOR HIS   MOBILE PHONE SERVICE PROVIDERS. THERE ARE LOT OF PLANS IN THIS TIME . SO WHY TO CHOOSE THE EVERY PLAN. IF WE CHOOSE ONE PLAN AT ANY TIME SUDDENLY ANOTHER PLAN COMES FOR US ,THEN WE AGAIN  CHANGE THE PLAN. THIS IS EMBARASSING FOR ALL DAILY MOBILE PHONE USERS.  THEY HAVE TO PAY THE HEAVY AMOUNT ON THEIR RECHARGE,


      SO ,HERE IS THE SOLUTION OF YOUR PROBLEM OF SELECTING THE SERVICE PROVIDER. 

Cellular phones
can provide freedom from wires and a convenience which
is becoming increasingly critical. However, choosing your cell phone service
plan

is as complicated as doing your taxes and as confusing as reading
an insurance policy.

Cell-phone service offerings vary a lot from region to region, so it
is important to know exactly which carriers provide service in your area.
This will let you know all the rate plans for your area. (If you want to find out which cell phone service
is available in your
area right away, visit our partner site Letstalk.com.)

If you just need a quick usage based cell phone selection guiding chart,
click here.

When selecting your cell phone
service plan, start by asking yourself
"How and Where will you use your phone each month?" Specifically,
consider the followings:






Cell Phone Coverage




Find out who serves your home area


Where you live ultimately determines your choice of calling service. Cellular phone service
offerings vary a lot from region to region. Coverage is the most
important, of course, because it would be a shame if you got a plan,
then found out you'll have to pay roaming, or get no service where you need to use the phone.

Coverage is the geographical area within which a cell phone
can be used to make and receive calls. Check that the celluar service
provider that you are going to choose covers the areas that you
frequently travel to.

You can easily check the service provider's availability in your area on the internet. You can find which cell phone carriers provide service in your area by entering your zip code at these sites. Visit our partner site Letstalk.com,

Do you have family that lives in another area of the
state in a smaller town? You will want to review the coverage map to
see if it has coverage areas that you feel are important to have
cellular phone coverage.





Geographical Area of Usage




Where will you call?


Most carriers now segment their plans into local, regional and national calling areas. Basically, the larger local coverage area you want, the higher rate you will pay per minute.

It is up to you to decide which coverage plan will save you the most money.
If you get the local coverage plan and travel to another area of the
state, expect to pay roaming and long distance fees every time you use
your cellular.

Service plans
that are limited to your home usage area are the least expensive, as
long as you stay in that area. Make a call from outside that area
(assuming your provider has a usage agreement with the other service
company) and you're charged expensive "roaming" fees. If you plan to
make a lot of calls from outside your home
usage area, select a regional or nationwide calling plan that enables
you to make calls without incurring roaming or long distance charges.




Local Plans



Local plans are generally designed for use within your home area and will be attractive to the occasional user who wants a low-cost
option. The definition of home area depends on the carrier but is
typically the size of a metropolitan region. If you make long-distance
calls, note that you will be billed long-distance charges in addition
to airtime, probably at a premium rate. If you travel outside your
home area, you will almost certainly have access to roaming
capabilities, but also at a much higher rate than local airtime.
Options such as voicemail and caller ID
are often included free with local plans. This setup is also good for
the concerned parent wanting to keep in touch with children who are
out (for emergencies, or occasional bugging)



Regional Plans



Regional plans generally offer a much larger home
area than local plans, often as large as a five-state region. If you
travel throughout your region frequently, these plans typically
provide a single, consistent rate for roaming and long-distance
charges within that area. The inclusion of long distance simplifies
your bill and may be less expensive than your landline service in some
cases. Review the coverage maps thoroughly to make sure service is
available where you expect it.



National Plans



These premium offerings let you use your phone
anywhere in the country and talk to any other location in the country
for a single per-minute price. Roaming and long-distance charges
effectively go away, replaced by a single, predictable flat rate. Nationwide calling plans are a good value for heavy users who are frequent travelers.



Usage Profile


Deciding how you are going to use the cellular phone. Is it for emergencies,
general purpose, or business? The purpose of having the cellular phone
should dictate which service plan you are going to choose.

Do you need a phone for personal or business use? A customer that needs
a phone for business use usually needs a plan with a lot of minutes and
flexibility. A customer that needs a phone for personal use is usually
looking for something inexpensive.

Would you use your phone for just the strictest of emergencies or do
you plan to use it all the time? Someone that needs a phone for emergencies,
say 10 minutes or less a month is usually a good candidate for pre-paid
wireless service. Why pay a flat rate every single month if the phone
is going to sit in your glove box?



Do you travel? If so is it all over the state or all over the nation?
This helps determine if a local plan would make more sense for the customer
or if a plan that had much broader roaming range would be better. The
reason to ask this question is because if you do not plan to travel or
if when you travel you will only use the phone for emergencies, you would
be better off with a local plan. More minutes for your money.






Time Usage (Frequency of use)


Most carriers offer packages that allow for different rates based on
usage. If you plan to use the phone only occasionally, select and economy
plan. If you make frequent calls, it may be more economical to sign up
for a plan that provides a certain amount of free minutes of usage. Heavy
users should sign up for a service plan which provides a higher monthly
fee, several free hours and the lowest rate of air time





Minimal Usage : For safety and emergency



Minimal usage really means under 20 minutes or so a month. If you want
to have a phone nearby in case of emergencies or want to give your child
a phone in case they are late, then you fit into this category. Most companies
offer plans such as "security plan" which normally keep your
phone active without any included minutes. Per minute costs can be anywhere
from 25-40 cents so you can see that these plans are intended for those
who won't use the phone too often. These plans normally cost fewer than
20 dollars a month. Alternatively, you can seriously consider a prepaid
plan.medium usage : To keep in touch with the people close to you



Medium Usage



Medium usage would constitute anywhere from 100-500 minutes a month. Although
this seems a lot, you would be surprised how quickly minutes go by. Those
people who start off with the security plan and start using an average
of 50 or so minutes a day are much better off choosing a plan with at
least 100 minutes as you can see the difference. 100 minute plans normally
cost 20-25 dollars a month. Most plans in the 100-500 minute range cost anywhere from 20-30 dollars,
on average. They are intended for those people who want to use their phone
at least a little bit per month but not extensively.

High Usage


Normally, one can consider high usage to be over 500 minutes. Most people
requiring these types of minutes are either using them for business or
really have to stay in touch with all of their friends at all times of
day. Some people actually cancel home phone service and use their cell
phones
instead. This normally happens with the higher packages such as
2000 minutes or so. Prices for these plans can range from 35-70 dollars
a month.





Technology Difference: Digital or Analog


In
our cellular world, there are two primary technologies available to
wireless users: analog and digital, and your
preference for one or the
other depends on where you'll want to do the majority
of your calling. Next consider whether you want analog or digital
service. Digital service
? clearer and more secure than analog ? is necessary
for features like
wireless Internet and e-mail. But coverage can be
spotty. The older analog
network, which transmits sounds like radio waves, has
the most extensive
coverage, especially in rural areas. Tip: If you want
digital service,
make sure your cellular company has a ''roaming''
agreement that lets
your phone work on an analog system when you are
outside digital range.
But beware ? roaming can be expensive, and it requires
a ''dual mode''
phone
. Although dropping out of popularity, the analog standard, otherwise referred
to as AMPS or NAMPS, offers coverage for over 80% of the U.S., including
many rural areas not covered by digital technology. Analog offers the
advantage of low pricing and a large calling area. Low sound quality
and
reduced privacy or security are disadvantages to this technology.


The digital standard, which encompasses the CDMA, TDMA and GSM platforms,
allows for more callers to concurrently occupy space on each of a service
provider's cells, making it the superior choice for highly populated or
metropolitan areas. Each platform has its merits, ranging from the reduced
background noise and earlier WAP adoption of CDMA phones, to the clearer
sound and security protection of TDMA phones, to the near global roaming
ability that accompanies GSM phones. PCS, the new kid on the block, is
a marketing term for a CDMA digital network. Disadvantages to digital
systems are their lack of unified technology and a small, metropolitan-focused
calling area.


If you go to the country occasionally, you won't have coverage at all
if your phone is digital only. Remote locations are not covered by the
digital network, but using a digital & analog phone makes it possible
to automatically switch to analog when digital service is not available
for a better overall coverage.





Cell Phone Contracts


In addition, you may be required to sign a one year or two year contract
for the cellular phone service. Make sure to find out how many times they
will allow you to change packages within the time of your contract, should
you find a need to downsize or upgrade your cellular phone package, without
charging you a fee for doing so. If you want to know more about contracts,
click here.












 

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