Thursday, October 3, 2013

Configure Your iPhone for an Exchange Mailbox

Steps to Configure Your iPhone For an Exchange Mailbox

Step 1 : First of all you need to make an account for this. To make the account on your iPhone just go to Desktop -> Click Settings -> Under Settings -> Select Mail, Contacts, Calenders.
Step 2 : Select Add Account.
Step 3 : Now Select Microsoft Exchange.
Step 4 : Now just enter this below information :
- Email: Enter full email address.
-Domain: Enter domain name (Optional)
-Username: Enter the User Name. (Ordinarily follows the format
-Password: Enter the password for the mailbox.
-Description: Enter Exchange Account.
-Click on Next.
Step 5 : With clicking Next, You will be questioned to enter the server name, So Enter the Server name as and Click on Next.
Step 6 : Now Set the following
- Mail: ON
- Contacts: OFF
- Calendars: OFF
-Click on Save.
That’s all. Now you can send and receive mails from your iPhone as you could do with any Blackberry or PDA.

Latest China Mobiles 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

Nokia Hidden Codes

Code                                Action
*#7780#                 To restore the factory settings of mobile set
*#3283#                 To verify the set Manufacturing date
*#746025625#       To stop the sim clock
*#67705646#         Use to delete the operator logo
*#73#                     Use to reset game scores and phone timers
*#0000#                 Use to display the mobile software version
*#06#                     To display the IMEI Number of the mobile
*#92702689#         To display the mobile warranty related settings
*#7760#                 To display the Production serial number
*#bta0#                  Use to display Bluetooth MAC address
*#9999#                 Use to display the mobile software version
*#2640#                 To display the mobile security code
*#43#                     To verify the call waiting status
*#2820#                 To verify the Bluetooth information
*#7370#                 To format the mobile phone memory
*#delset#                To delete the GPRS AND EMAIL settings
#pw+1234567890+1#       To display the lock status of mobile set
#pw+1234567890+4#       To display the lock status of your SIM
*#7328748263373738#     Apply to resets the set default security code

Mozilla Firefox Web Browser For Mobile

As a browser, Firefox needs no introduction. It has gained a loyal following on the desktop, and the mobile version has already amassed millions of downloads on the Android Market. But can Firefox for Android live up to its desktop counterpart? It sure tries, I'll give it that.

The user interface is cleverly designed so that, to access the toolbar and tabs, you drag a page left or right.
Dragging the page left reveals the right-edge toolbar, with back, forward, and "bookmark" buttons. But when you are viewing a wide page (any page without a dedicated mobile view), it takes multiple swipes to the left to reach the edge, and each swipe comes with an annoying graphical refresh.

Drag the page to the right, and you can see which tabs you have open. Each tab is shown as a tiny screenshot of the site you're browsing, making them easy to tell apart without needing lengthy text labels.
Firefox for Android prides itself on its synchronization abilities. The browser can sync with your desktop Firefox so that history, bookmarks, passwords, and even open tabs carry over to your portable version. But do you really want your 30-tab desktop browsing session to be synced over to your mobile?

Even without a multitude of tabs open, Firefox still feels sluggish on Android. On my device (a Samsung Vibrant), it shows a splash screen for about three seconds while loading, whereas other browsers just pop open instantly. It is also a very large download, at 14MB versus 2.1MB for Miren and 767KB for Opera Mini. Installed, it takes up 20MB of disk space.

All in all, it doesn't seem as if Firefox has made the adjustment to mobile very well. Yes, the interface feels optimized for a smaller screen; but the large download and slow loading detract from the overall experience.

The Times of India lauched Application for Nokia Mobiles

The Times of India and Nokia today announced the launch of The Times of India App on the Ovi Store, Nokia’s immensely popular mobile application store.

India’s most widely read Indian mainline newspaper will now be available at the tap of the fingertip to readers in India and across the globe on their Nokia devices, while on the move.

Free to download from the Ovi Store (, the TOI App provides an attractive yet intuitive user experience and covers all requirements of avid news readers across ages, across geographies.

The application will serve as a one-stop access and will allow users to catch up with the latest and unrivalled coverage of national and international news, business, politics, city, sports, entertainment, lifestyle, health, science and technology.

The TOI application supports both portrait and landscape orientations and also advanced gestures such as scroll and swipe. The app allows users to change the font-size on the fly for easy reading or share it via Facebook, Twitter, sms or email. To make it easier to follow the top updates, the high utility, auto update widget feature enables the app to sense when it needs to be updated, and does so, without the intervention of the user.

How to run mobile applications on PC

KEmulator Lite is a free emulator that runs your mobile apps on a Windows environment.

How to use the emulator

>Download KEmulator
>Extract the zip file
>Run KEmulator.exe
>Navigate to Menu: Midlet->Load Jar/Load with console and choose the game that you want to open.

The features of this emulator:

>Play mobile games on your PC
>Record your activity as videos
>Screen Shots of you activity
>Mobile like Keypad
>2D and 3D graphic engine

With this, you can play any mobile game in JAR format. It even runs some mobile software. Now, you can test your mobile applications on your PC and even play some mobile games when you get bored.

Download KEmulator

How to Join Downloaded Movies Part Together

If you are downloading DVD Rip movie files from websites like you want to join the part files like part .001, part002, part003 together to play the movie properly. If you try to play the file individually, it may not work always. So it's better to have an application that can easily join the part movie files together to form a full movie file in most popular file formats like mkv, avi etc

There's a free software called HJsplit the will do the task in a simple way. Download HJ-Split from Here. After downloading your part files from the website, open HJ-Split and select Join. To join a set of files open the .001 file using the input file button. Make sure that the other files ( part 002, 003 ) are in the same folder. So they will be found automatically. Click start after you select the output directory.

How to Lock your Mouse and Keyboard

If you have a computer at home and there are small children in your house, then maybe when you turn on the computer your child is playing with pressing a keyboard button or mouse, and sometimes something unwanted happens, like a sudden there was a error or missing files which leads to improper working of the computer.

Well if you want that does not happen again so I got Tips to lock the functions of your keyboard or mouse.  The trick is to use a software called  Kid-Key-Lock.

Kid-Key-Lock is ideal to use to prevent children or others from accidentally pressing a button either keyboard or mouse.

When Kid-Key-Lock is running, an icon indicator will appear in your system tray.  When you click on the tray icon pop-up menu will appear. All program functions, including the setup dialog box accessible from this menu.This program can work on Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 beta.

Kidkeylock features:

  • Very easy to setup and run
  • Easy to access programs
The function of the mouse that can be key:

  • click the left mouse
  • click the right mouse
  • middle mouse button
  • double click
  • mouse scroll   

Keyboard lock options:

  • locking standard characters (letters, numbers, special characters, etc.)
  • Buttons such as navigation buttons, keys, function keys, delete, home, etc.
  • Shortcut keys (like alt-tab buttons, window buttons, etc.

Click here to Download  Kid-Key-Lock

Windows 8 developer preview: when and where to download

You'll be able to download a copy of the Windows Developer Preview to your 32- or 64-bit x86 machine (no activation required) from Sorry, ARM hopefuls! Per usual, we'd recommend doing so on a separate partition (or a spare machine altogether) in order to prevent unforeseen conflicts, and we'd also suggest having a stiff glass of patience waiting nearby.     

Update: The download is live! Click here to try it out yourself, while the slightly less daring can hang on for our first impressions of Microsoft's latest and greatest once we've installed and given it a try.

Forget Windows: Midori is Coming

WINDOWS is a name that has ruled the whole computer world since its first launch in November 1985. Since then it is like a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.

With many advanced versions of Windows available today such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, it is the most used operating system in the world. In 2010, Microsoft is going to launch WINDOWS 2007, but now here is time to experience a yet another technology of operating systems.

Yes, MICROSOFT is working on a new generation of operating systems called Cloud-Based Operating System and rumors are there that MIDORI will be their first such operating system, which will replace Windows fully from computer map.


MIDORI is an offshoot of Microsoft Research's Singularity operating system. In this the tools and libraries are completely managed code. MIDORI is designed to run directly on native hardware (x86, x64 and ARM), will be hosted on the Windows Hyper-V hypervisor, or even be hosted by a Windows process.

MIDORI can be also seen as MICROSOFT'S answer those competitors who are applying "Virtualization" as a mean to solving issues within contemporary computing.

The main idea behind MIDORI is to develop a lightweight portable OS which can be mated easily to lots of various applications.


For knowing the importance of MIDORI you have to think about, how an operating system is loaded on a computer. Actually operating system is loaded onto a hard disk physically located on that machine. In this way, the operating system is tied very tightly to that hardware. As Windows is dependent on hardware, it might face opposition from contemporary ways of working because people are extremely mobile in using different devices in order get diverse information.

Due to this trend installing different applications on a single computer may led to different compatibility issues whenever the machine require updating. The new operating system will solve these problems by the concept of Virtualizing. This will solve problems such as widespread security vulnerabilities, unexpected interactions among different applications, failures caused by errant extensions, plug-ins, and drivers and many more.

ERIC RUDDER, Senior Vice President, Technical Strategy

The importance of this project for MICROSOFT can be understood by the fact that company choose Eric Rudder , former head of Microsoft's server and tools business and a key member of Chairman Bill Gates' faction of the company, to handle it.


Just Wait and See. Microsoft has not declared any such date about launching of MIDORI, but there are rumors that this project is in incubation phase.