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Monday, August 31, 2015

Samsung Galaxy Note5 stylus reportedly jams and damages phone when inserted the wrong way

The S Pen on the Note5 might have a design flaw. As discovered by Android Police, if inserted the wrong way, it could get stuck and cause permanent damage to the phone.
The S Pen on the Note5 is uniformly shaped throughout, unlike the styli on the previous Note devices. This means it goes in easily either way without much resistance. The problem is, if you accidentally do insert it the wrong way, the stylus goes most of the way in and then gets badly stuck in the phone's holding mechanism, making it difficult to pull out without the help of tools. If you do manage to pull it out, the stylus detection mechanism on the phone - which tells it when the stylus is inserted or removed - stops working permanently, as Android Policediscovered on their review unit.
The latter part might not happen 100% of the times. According to Ars Technica, the mechanism did stop working on their unit but putting it back in the wrong way somehow made it work again, which wasn't the case with Android Police's unit.

Samsung's response to this is to read the manual. Unlike the manual that came with the previous Note devices, the Note5 manual specifically advises against placing the S Pen the wrong way inside the phone, meaning Samsung was well aware of the issue and the things that could happen if the user were to put the S Pen backwards but instead of altering the design decided to add a warning in the manual instead.
While one could argue that anyone who inserts the stylus the wrong way deserves what's coming to them, no one in their right mind would do it on purpose. It's an unlikely scenario but in case someone manages to do it, it would have been better if the stylus simply didn't go in or even if it did wouldn't get horrible jammed and possibly damage the phone in the process. That seems like a way too serious a penalty for a simple mistake.
Anyway, it doesn't seem like Samsung is going to do anything about it as the company has covered its tracks in the user manual so it's not like they don't warn you about it. As a user, you just have to be careful not to put the S Pen in the wrong way, which applies to many things in general.

Motorola will absorb Lenovo Mobile

You can expect a lot more Motorola models in the future. Lenovo has decided that in the smartphone market the brand recognition of Motorola is much stronger than that of its own brand and will integrate Lenovo Mobile into Motorola.
That's not just a relabeling though, the President of Lenovo Mobile Group said that much of the organizational structure of Motorola will remain in place and will take lead of what is now Lenovo Mobile.
Lenovo Mobile will cut down the number of models it produces until eventually all new models come out under the Motorola brand. The combined company will rely heavily on Moto's long experience in research and development.

Lenovo's phone business will not be all Moto though, the company recently launched the ZUK brand. ZUK will work on the international scene and wants to become known for its high-end phones.
Lenovo's last financial results showed a slight drop in shipments in Q1 (16.2 million) and a pre-tax loss of $292 million. This may have been the trigger for Lenovo to shift towards the more recognizable brand.

Apple schedules iPhone 6s and 6s Plus event for September 9

Apple has started sending out press invites for its next big event. This will take place on September 9 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California, a venue with seating capacity for around 7,000 people, and one that the Cupertino company hasn't used before.
This means we may witness one of Apple's biggest launch events in its history. It's obviously expected to announce the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, These have been said to sport Force Touch tech inside their touchscreens, a higher-res camera than their predecessors, a new chipset, and more RAM. As always with "s" releases, expect the exterior to remain unchanged.

Pre-orders for the new smartphones will start on September 11, two days after their unveiling, while sales should begin a week later than that, on September 18, for the first wave of markets. A second wave of availability should hit on September 25. All of this information has been leaked numerous times already, along with a possible September 8 or 9 announcement date. So now that this has been confirmed, there's no point in doubting the rest of the rumored timeline.
There could be other new stuff in store for us too. A more affordable iPhone 6c has been in and out of the rumors for many months now, so it's still unclear whether it will ever become reality. On the other hand, Apple might also unveil new iPads, perhaps even the much-rumored iPad Pro. A revised Apple TV may be in the works too, though there's no telling if it's going to be ready in time for this event.

LG Nexus 5 (2015)

The LG Nexus 5 (2015) - alleged live photo (see below) of which made the rounds online early last week - will be released on September 29, according to a South Korean media outlet which cited a credible source.
There was, however, no word on the release date of the Nexus device being manufactured by Huawei. If you aren't already aware, two Nexus handsets are expected this year - the one from LG is said to sport a 5.2" screen, while that from Huawei is said to be a 5.7" phablet.
Apart from screen size, both are rumoured to have mostly the same specs. A recently-leaked 3D render of the LG's handset showed a fingerprint scanner on a plastic back with beveled edges, fitted on a metal frame.
Needless to say, none of this has been officially confirmed yet, so take it with a pinch of salt.

Samsung Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic

Samsung has been teasing the Gear S2 smartwatch for weeks now. The company is clearly very proud of its first wearable with a round touchscreen, so much so that one of its executives has already shown us what it looks like on his wrist.
As we get closer to September 3, which is when the big announcement will take place at IFA in Berlin, we're now seeing two models of the Gear S2 passing through the FCC.

The US regulatory agency has certified both the Samsung SM-R720 and the SM-R732. According to past leaks and rumors, the former of those will be sold as the Gear S2, while the latter is due to get the Gear S2 Classic moniker.
The FCC process has revealed that both of these will come with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi built-in, but neither will also sport mobile data connectivity. That's apparently going to be reserved for a third variation of Samsung's first round smartwatch.
Previous leaks have suggested that the Gear S2 will come with a 360x360 AMOLED touchscreen, an Exynos 3472 chipset, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, NFC, as well as a bunch of sensors including a heart rate monitor.
Source 1 • Source 2 | Via

Leaked iPhone 6s front panel

According to the latest leaked images obtained by 9to5Mac, the iPhone 6s will allegedly have a larger FaceTime camera. The current camera on the iPhone 6 has a resolution of 1.2 megapixels. With a bigger sensor, Apple could either go with a higher resolution or keep the current resolution and get better image quality from larger pixel size.

Another thing discovered from the images is the screen component that will be responsible for the haptic feedback for the new Force Touch feature on the iPhone 6s. Apple calls it the Taptic Engine on the new MacBook and it should have the same name on the iPhone, and basically cause the screen to vibrate when you Force Touch it, so it would seem like you pressed a button.

We have reported in the past on rumors of the back camera getting a resolution bump to 12 megapixel and adding support for 4K video, and the front camera getting a selfie flash, which is essentially the screen flashing white while taking a photo.
The iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus will be announced on September 9 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California.

Motorola Bounce new Flagship

It seems that Motorola is working on a more powerful, more compact version of its current flagship, the Moto X Style. Codenamed Motorola Bounce, the new phone is reportedly set for a December unveiling.
It will have a 5.43" QHD screen (X Style is 5.7" QHD, X Play is 5.5" 1080p). It will also be powered by a Snapdragon 810 chipset (Style and Play are 808 and 615 respectively) that will be paired to 3GB of RAM and 32GB or 64GB of built-in storage.
The Motorola Bounce will allegedly come with Moto's 21MP camera (presumably with 2160p video) and a 5MP selfie camera. The whole thing is powered by a bigger battery, 3,760mAh (that's 760mAh more than the X Style).

A "shatterproof" label suggests a MIL-STD rating (IP ratings only measure dust and water resistance).

24K gold iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

They say money can't buy happiness, but it certainly lets you cut in line... for a 24K gold-plated iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. We know, they haven’t been announced yet, but their prompt arrival is no secret. And this one is a lot cheaper than the $200K house Brikk iPhone 6s.
Goldgenie gives you several bling levels. Elite coats your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus in Platinum, Gold or Rose Gold for a mere £2,500 (yes, both 6s and 6s Plus are the same price). You get a snazzy Cherry Oak box too. This is for the 64GB version subtract/add £200 for the 16GB and 128GB versions respectively.

Swarovski Style Brilliance Elite is almost as pompous as its name, adding Swarovski crystals on the top and bottom panels on the back and along the side. And because someone at Goldgenie failed their Economics 101 class, these models also cost £2,500. Wait, the iPhone 6s Plus is £100 cheaper?

The Supernova option is an even bigger explosion of Swarovski crystals, covering the whole back. The price is (you guessed it) £2,500.

The Crocodile Embossed Leather & Swarovski Style Crystal Logo collection goes for the 3-in-1, coating the phone in Gold, the back with Red or Black crocodile leather and studding the Apple logo with Swarovski crystals. No need to ask how much this one costs.

Finally, capitalism wins over the flat rate shenanigans of the other models and the Diamond RockStar Limited edition bumps the price to £10,000 (hey, you get 128GB as standard. This one looks like the Brilliance Elite version, except this time it's true diamond brilliance rather than Austrian-sourced pseudo-gems.

An important note – these prices are without VAT (which alone will cost as much as a new iPhone). Also you need to deposit 50% beforehand. You do get free shipping so that's something we guess.

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

How to Root Nokia X – 1 Click Root guide for Nokia X

Those how bought the all new Nokia X and trying to upgrade it will find this guide helpful, as here you’ll come to know How to Root Nokia X and then tweak it to make it a high performance device. You might know Nokia X is the first Android Smartphone from Nokia mobiles, before that Nokia used to manufacture Symbian and Windows phone. Because it is the first android phone from Nokia and considering it’s cost Nokia X is a low performance android phone. However that’s not the end, there are lots of way or techniques whatever you call it to transform your low range Nokia X to high performance Android Smartphone.
From Rooting Nokia X to Installing Custom ROM, we’ll cover everything that is related to Nokia X though our blog, so if you’re a Nokia X owner make sure to subscribe our free newsletter or follow us on social networks.
Before you try to Root Nokia X, you should know what is Rooting. Achieving root permission on Nokia x means gaining administrative rights, after rooting you’ll be able to install touch recoveryor CWM Custom Recovery, Custom Theme, Custom ROM, MODS, Tweaks etc directly onto your device. Which aren’t possible without Rooting your Nokia X.
With proper root permission you would also be able to free up your Nokia X memory by uninstalling default crappy application which would also improve your device battery backup. Today in this guide you’ll come to know How to Root Nokia X with 1 click/tap of your thumb.
Basic Warning :- Rooting Nokia X will void warranty temporarily until your unroot it. Because rooting isn’t legal, you have to do it on your own risk, you’ll not be able to blame us under any circumstances. Thanks for understanding.

Pre-requirements to Root Nokia X

1) Although it isn’t necessary, still it is a good move to backup your device before rooting it.
2) Enable USB Debugging :- Make sure to enable USB debugging from Setting > Developer option > USB Debugging.
3) Download Nokia X Root APK

How to Root Nokia X with Framaroot

1) Download Root apk (framaroot) from above link.
2) Save it to your desktop.
3) Connect your Nokia X to computer
4) Transfer the Root apk to your device internal storage or external, doesn’t really matter.
Installing Framaroot on Nokia X :-
1) Now you have to unblock the 3rd party app install restriction on your Nokia X – t0 do that, open Setting > Security > Unknown source and disable the restriction. Without doing this step you won’t be able to install any application which is available outside the Nokia Store.

Increase Internal Memory of Your Phone

You know Internal memory is such an important part of your Android Phone. All the apps are installed here. The users with high end phones never face a problem with internal memory. But the users with low end phones often are forced to keep only selected apps on their phones as their internal memory is very less. But do not worry know, asrootmyandroid is here for the rescue. In this post I will shoe you that how you could increase your internal memory by using a memory card.

Partition Memory Card:

So as to be bale to use a memory card as an internal memory and add to it, you must first have a partitioned memory card. So there are a number of ways you could be partitioning your memory card. here we will be suing a app named as Link2SD. This app allows your phone to use a part of the memory card as an internal memory and moves those apps on the memory card. But also latest Android versions have the same functionality but thestill the files of those apps are left on the internal memory, and again you have to limit the number of apps you can install on your phone. But if you use Link2SD you could increase your internal memory of phone by no limits. Offcourse you will need a SD card accordingly. So let’s start. There are two ways by which you can partition your memory card, and here they go.
  • First install the mini Partition Wizard Manager. here is the download link.
  • insert the card reader into a card reader and open it in computer.
  • Backup all the files present on your memory card, as in the process of making a partition you need to wipe all the data on the SD card.
  • Open the tool you installed, and open the Memory Card in it.
  • Right click on it, and select the “delete” option.
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    • Right click on it again, and now select the option “Create New”, Create a “FAT32″ partition. This will be the part of the memory card, where all your media files will be stored.
    • Then Select “Create as: Primary”
    • Then, create an ext2/ext3/ext4 partition ( if you are on stock ROM choose ext2). This is the place all your apps will be stored.
    • Then select “Create as:primary”  (Make sure that it is both set as primary, because it will not be working if it is not set to primary).
    • And now click on the “Apply” button on the top corner, and wait for the changes to take place. Congrats you have successfully partitioned the memory card by first method.

Alternate Method to Partition Memory Card:

here is an alternate method to make a partition on your memory card. For this method you need the ClockwordMod installed on your Phone. So if you don’t have CWM installed, do not use thismethod, go with the above method. If yu have CWM installed, you can choose anyone. Note: This method works for both Stock ROM and Custom ROM as well.
  • Backup all your files on memory card.
  • Go into the recovery mode of your phone.
  • Select “Advanced”, ad then choose “Partition SD Card”.
  • Then Choose your SD-ext size ( Like if you have a 2GB Memory Card, choose 512 MB, and if you have a 4 GB Memory card, you can choose 1024 MB).
  • Select 0 Swap.
  • wait for the process to finish, ad then Reboot the phone. Congrate you’ve just made a partition on your memory card, and that’s ready to use.

Increase Internal Memory by Link2SD :

By  now you must have made a partition on your memory card, by either way. So it is now the time to increase your internal memory, the internal memory of the phone. So that you can installas many apps as you want, and to your heart’s content. So follow these steps below.
  • Download and install the Link2SD app. Download link hereNote: This app needs root access, so this trick would only work if you have rooted your phone.
  • Open Link2SD. You will be prompted to choose between ext2,ext3,ext4 and FAT32. Now if you have made partition suing first method choose “ext2″ and if you have used the second method then choose “ext4″.
  • Then it will say, Mount Script Created. Now you Reboot your Phone.
  • Now open Link2SD, if any message doesn’t appears, it means you succeeded.
  • Now go to Link2SD > Setting> Check the autolink. (to automatically move apps upon installation).
  • If you already have some apps, select “create link” ( be sure to check the files: app, dalvic-cache, and library files).
  • Now to check the memory, select “Storage Info” . this will be showing you up the current status of your internal memory.
  • And Final Congratulations, you are done, now you can install as many apps as you want.
If you have any doubts, feel free to ask the queries in the comments below. I hope this helped. :)

Friday, August 21, 2015

Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ is now in stores

The wait is over and the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+ has landed in stores in the US, Canada, Hong Kong and South Korea. The biggest Galaxy S yet – practically Note-sized – features a dual-curved 5.7" display that enables "apps edge" and "people edge" functionality but lacks the Note's trademark S-pen.

In the US the S6 edge+ is available on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular.Samsung's website is a centralized place to check pricing on the 32GB and 64GB models (no plans for a 128GB model for now despite contradicting indications).
Canadians can pick Rogers, Bell, Telus, SaskTel or Wind as their Galaxy S6+ carrier. You can check those carrier's sites or Best Buy.
In Hong Kong the new flagship is on the four major carriers – CSLCMHKThree and SmarTone.
In its home country, the Samsung Galaxy S6 has landed on SK TelecomLG U+ and KT.
The other phablet flagship, the Galaxy Note5, already launched in some countries and is hitting the US today.

Xiaomi Mi 4c spotted at TENAA benchmark

Xiaomi Mi 4i was launched this spring as an alternative, more affordable version of the popular Xiaomi Mi 4. It features a 5" IPS 1080p display, a Snapdragon 615 chipset and s wrapped in plastic instead of glass.
Today a new Xiaomi Mi 4c leaked from various sources - the Chinese TENAA certification body, AnTuTu benchmark database, and previously it was spotted on Geekbench results.

The pictures from TENAA reveals absolutely the same body and measurements as the Xiaomi Mi 4i. It seems the new Mi 4c is just a small upgrade over the 4i and will keep the slim profile and matte rear cover. Its footprint and weight are absolutely identical with its predecessor, too.

But while the Mi 4c will offer the same 5" 1080p screen, it will bring an upgraded chipset - Snapdragon 808. The SoC, which debuted within the LG G4, packs a hexa-core processor with 2x Cortex-A57 at 1.8GHz and 4x Cortex-A53 at 1.44GHz, Adreno 418 GPU and 2GB of RAM.
The Android version has also been bumped up to 5.1.1 Lollipop, which suggests the Xiaomi Mi 4c will most probably run on the MIUI v7.
The rest of the specs confirmed by TENAA are the same as the Mi 4i - a 13MP main camera with dual-LED flash, a 5MP selfie snapper, 16GB non-expandable storage, LTE connectivity, and 3,100 mAh battery.
All of those leaks suggest the Xiaomi Mi 4c announcement should be happening very soon.
Thanks to everyone, who sent this in!
TENAA | GeekBench | Source | Via

OnePlus 2 gets its first OTA update

OnePlus is rolling out the first ever OTA update for the OnePlus 2. The Oxygen OS 2.0 on the phone is getting updated to v2.0.1, which brings with it several key improvements.
The official update log includes:
  • Added a patch for the Stagefright security exploit
  • Improves battery performance
  • Improves user interface logic and coherence
  • Fixed an issue with pinch-to-zoom in Google Photos
  • Fixed an issue where Dark Mode would cause instability in certain apps
  • Fixed an issue related to import/export of contacts stored on SIM card
  • Additional support for global carrier APNs
  • Other improvements and bug fixes
The update is already available in India and weighs in at 1.1GB, with the servers being slow right now so it's going to take a while to finish downloading. Not that it should be a problem as most people still don't have an invite.

I5 Plus Smart Watch – Review

Smart watches are hot in these days. Many of us already use wearables and some also know the leading brands, like the FitBit, Jawbone, Xiaomi Mi and theYufit . However, as we already know from China wholesale webshops they will have many other alternatives. And for today we will review one of them in-depth: the I5 Plus a worthy successor of the earlier I5 and comparable with the FitBit Flex. We would not call it a smartwatch, but more like a fitness/health band.

Pro’s and Con’s

  • Easy setup
  • 30min for full charge
  • Easy firmware upgrade
  • No data loss when not synchronizing everyday
  • App IOS and android compatibility
  • Water resistance
  • Battery backup less compare to other brands(one week min)
  • Not clear how to read text messages

I5 Plus App – Zeroner

Easy to download from the apple app store or android store. But be aware! This smartwatch and app combination is only compatible with:

  • Bluetooth 4.0 or higher
  • iOS 7.0 or later – such as: iPhone 4S / 5 / 6, iPod touch 5
  • Must be Android 4.3 or later – such as: Samsung S4, Note 3

  • Zeroner I5 Plus App          Zeroner I5 Plus Configuration          Zeroner I5 Plus Settings         Zeroner I5 Plus - Steps Today     Zeroner I5 Plus - Steps History     Zeroner I5 Plus - Sleep Today    Zeroner I5 Plus - Sleep History

    I5 Plus – Options

  • Pedometer
  • Sleep monitor
  • Distance meter
  • Alarm
  • Call notification (vibration)
  • SMS notification
  • Application Notification
  • Sedentary Alert
  • Find your Phone
  • Control your camera
  • Act as a on body detection devices
  • Smart lock feature can be enabled in Lollipop devices

  • I5 Plus – Experience

    After wearing the smartwatch for two weeks I’m positively surprised. It’s lightweight and you will probably never miss a call again, the vibration is sub tile but very effective. The quality of the wristband is fine and the clasp works great. And eventually through tracking your steps a day it is confronting to see that the actual target of 10.000 steps is hard to reach (I reached it only once by walking a whole day through London city, 17k).

    I5 Plus – Positive

    It’s actually amusing to notice a call or your alarm on your vibrating wrist and it works very well, missing a call is challenging. Another thing to notice is that the watch does not need a mobile phone connection every single day to synchronize the data from former days. The watch itself keeps the data of earlier days and synchronizes when the bluetooth connection is restored. The new hype about selfies is far easier with the possibility to control the camera of your phone with your smartwatch.

    I5 Plus – Negative

    On the other hand I encountered some small issues. It seems to be possible to read your sms/whatsapp messages, but eventually I still don’t know how. I see who is sending the message, but not the actual message itself. The statement about the water resistance is still not enough for me. But I don’t have the guts to really test it out.. maybe in the future (the blog will be updated when I have the courage).

    I5 Plus – Design

    The design is plain and simple, inline with the price with no real fancy design. It’s a black (also available in RED (link) and Blue (link)) rubber wristband with an easy clasp. No fancy glitters.. The led light is blue and not adjustable. It looks fine but makes the watch somewhat geekish.

    I5 Plus – New Firmware

    At the moment of writing this review I upgraded the firmware (easy option within the app) and I noticed a big positive difference in touch reaction. The watch reacts more naturally and acts easily on finger swipes or the “I want to see the time” gesture.

    Compare Imports Conclusion

    According to price quality we conclude a big: “YES”. If you like gadgets it’s fun to have, the statistics are marginal but fun (and more fun with more history). If we compare the functions on this smartwatch with other big brands, which cost 5 times more this one is certainly a good buy. If you want to buy your first wearable, the I5 Plus is perfect to try and find out if you like the concept.

    Where to Buy?

    This review smart-watch is available in three colors at Gearbest (as a discount offer for now!):

  • i5 Plus Blue
  • i5 Plus Red
  • i5 Plus Black

  • Take a look at all smart-watches on