Tuesday, 19 January 2016


Tips & Tricks for Whatsapp

1. Hide Two Images In One

This trick is going viral in these days. Many times your friends have posted an image for you that first look like a beautiful baby but when you click on it will change to another image if you want to post these types of image to your groups or friends so follow my instructions.

First download & install an app named Magiapp for android

After installing this awesome app, you’ll see interface something lie in the image on the right

Now just click the True image option as well as select an original image after clicking the Fake image option as well as select your pranky photo.

Now following selecting your images simply just press Do Magic! option and It is done right now just share your photo with anyone.

 2. Send Everything like Doc, Zip, PDF files

We all know that WhatsApp doesn’t assist in sending out other documents than audio tracks and video clip formats. There is no option to share your documents, compressed files, as well as other files from WhatsApp. But every problem has a solution.

Some apps will make your whatsapp able to send these types of files. Cloud Send One of the apps that I use. You can send Doc, APK, PDF file through your whatsapp

Whats Packed 2 ads is an alternative app to sending the file through whatsapp. But you must install Whats Packed 
2 ads app in sender’s and receiver’s phone

3. WhatsApp Retrieving Tip: Get every conversation you had deleted

You may sometimes wish to delete conversations on your WhatsApp and many a times you will delete some conversations intentionally or accidentally. If you want to recover those deleted conversations this simple tip/trick will definitely help you.

WhatsApp stores all your conversations on your android phone memory. In order to use these Back up data to recover the deleted conversations you need to follow these steps:

Uninstall WhatsApp on your Android Phone and reinstall it again.

During the reinstallation, it will ask you to restore messages.

Click Restore to restore all your deleted Conversations of Whatsapp.

4. Spy and Investigate Conversation of Ones Friend

Is it feasible to Spy straight into Whatsapp conversation in the your close close friends and read their conversation? Yes, it will be possible and i’ll explain you relating to this awesome trick through which you'll spy your close friends conversation. Just comply with the below stated steps.
  • Firstly, you want to do is, go to the MicroSD card and then go through the Whatsapp and down the road on the Repository option
  • Immediately after that you are done with step one you’ll get two files including, msgstore-yyyy.. dd.. db. crypt
  • msgstore. db. crypt
  • After finding these files, you must do is take these files from the friends mobile and then you can be easily able you just read their conversations they have done with their friends. You can open them employing a simple text publisher (like Notpad etc.)
5. Removing blue ticks from Whatsapp

Users can just access Privacy via Settings and disable Read Receipts. There, now it's time to iron out the kinks in your friendships that the blue ticks have caused.

6. See when your messages are read

In addition to finding out the exact time your messages are delivered, you can also choose to see the exact time your message was read (assuming you choose to stick with the ticks).

Go to any of your WhatsApp chats, tap and hold on any of the messages you’ve sent in that chat, followed by the Info option which will show the time your message was delivered and subsequently read. It works for group messages too, with the window listing the time each participant read the message.

7. Keep group chats on the down

As WhatsApp becomes the go-to chat app for more and more people, the likelihood of making group decisions gets carried over as well. So if you’re always getting added to new group chats filled with strangers, you might want to keep certain details private until those strangers become friends.

Head to Settings, Privacy, and then tweak your Last Seen, Profile Photo and Status to retain a bit of mystery. Choose to share them with Everyone, or only your Contacts, or Nobody at all. Unfortunately, there’s nothing you can do about hiding your phone number.

8. Mute group chats

We’re all in at least a few group chats at any one time, created because someone was bored. People tend to get overzealous in chats, especially since WhatsApp allows group conversations of up to 50 participants. Who hasn’t woken up to the horror of 100+ unread messages fuelled by a night of boredom?

To prevent yourself from being woken up by the constant lighting up of your smartphone screen, you can (a) either flip your phone over and ignore it or (b) mute the offending group chat. Tap on the group chat of your choice, then the name to bring up Group Info where you will find the option to Mute the chat for eight hours to one week or a year. Alternatively, you can exit it altogether.

9. Find out the truth about where your friend is

We've all been a victim of that “on the way” lie when the person in question is still in bed. To prevent yourself from ever getting duped again, insist that the contact shares their current location with you by tapping on the arrow icon next to the text box and then Share Location. There's also a way of preventing them from manually entering their location...

How: The way the location appears is a clue. If it’s a real GPS-based location, the location share will appear as a dropped pin, but if it’s a location they entered, its address will appear beside the dropped pin. Feel free to call them out on it.


Friday, 15 January 2016

Data Recovery Software

Best Data Recovery Software for 
Android Devices

Have you ever lost data from your Android device, accidentally? Unfortunate, right? In this post, I will help you avoid the same misfortune. How? We’ll explore several recovery tools that will help you scan and restore lost data. Yes, you can scan and restore lost data like magic. here are the best tools to do this below.

1. FonePaw Data Recovery
FonePaw is one of the best. With this reliable software, you can easily recover lost or deleted text messages, photos, videos, audios, contacts, call logs, and documents from any Android phone, tablet, or SD card.
If we talk about effectiveness, this wonderful tool can detect and recover deleted or lost files from Android devices with a user-friendly interface that’s painless to use. Combined with its powerful capacity and its ability to adjust to multiple Android OS versions (yes, it’s compatible with numerous devices), it’s a must-have item to be included in your arsenal for hunting lost files or data.
FonePaw can recover data of phones and tablets from HTC, LG, Google, Sony, Motorola, Samsung, ZTE, Huawei, Asus, Acer, and more.

2. Wondershare Dr. Fone
It’s known as the world’s first data recovery tool for Android. This software supports various Android phones and tablets, namely Motorola, HTC, Samsung, LG, and several others. It can directly recover deleted SMS text messages and contacts and retrieve lost photos and videos that have disappeared due to deleting, restoring factory settings, flashing ROM, rooting, and more, from SD cards contained in Android devices. One of the best features of Dr. Fone for Android is that it supports the ability to review and select messages, contacts, and photos before recovery.

3. iCare

No doubt about it, iCare is one of the most popular software solutions in data recovery forums. The reason behind it? Plenty of happy users. It’s obvious, iCare Data Recover Free is free and does the job. This tool recovers images, audio files, video files, and documents on removable storage devices and on internal hard disks. I love this tool because, unlike a lot of paid data recovery softwares which charge a fee at the final step of file recovery, iCare Data Recovery Free lets you scan, preview, and recover lost files free of charge.

4. Jihosoft

Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery is not only an excellent data recovery software for Android phones and tablets, it’s powerful, too! This efficient recoverer of deleted or lost data from Android phone internal storage, as well as external memory cards, is worth your while to try. With its user-friendly interface, you can recover contacts, messages, photos, videos, call history, and notes from Android devices with just a few clicks. And with joyful liberty, this powerful Android Data Recovery allows you to scan, preview, and recover anything you select.
It is capable of restoring lost contacts, SMS, call logs, photos, videos, Whatsapp notes, etc. It is compatible with many prevailing Android devices, like Samsung, Sony, HTC, LG, Motorola, Huawei, and more. It can recover data that’s been lost in a variety of ways: deletion, virus attacks, formatting, factory resetting, or system updates.

5. MyJad
MyJad is another program that deals with lost data in Android devices. It recovers songs, images, videos, documents, archives, and other data stored on your SD card inside the Android gadget. You can easily restore data on your Android device using the pro version.

  • Most questions can be answered by the “Help” tab.
  • It’s super easy to use.
  • Most deleted data on Android phone’s SD card can be effortlessly previewed and retrieved if needed.
  • Some devices may need to be rooted in order to recover some data types.
  • Data stored in the internal memory card of the Android device can’t be recovered
  • Installing and uninstalling the program takes a little longer than with other softwares.

6. Undeleter for Root Users
This is a free Android recovery app for temporarily restoring lost data like images, videos, music, archives, binaries, and all other info that was stored on an Android-based gadget. Just pop in the application and select the internal memory or SD card. Then, your device will display a list of the deleted files, the original directory path, etc. This will guide you to select whatever you want to restore.

·  It can restore deleted files from any volume-internal partition or SD card.
·  It can directly save restored files to Dropbox and Google Drive.

·  Text messages and contacts stored on the Android phone may not be retrieved.
·  This software doesn’t offer any advanced search options, like document type or modified date.

How You Can Remove Your Card Details from Paytm

Paytm is the most popular and trustworthy service and app for online mobile recharge. Users faced a little problem. after first recharge it saves your debit card information and every time when  you go to recharge, it tells you enter only  CVV number for making payment when the whole card information is already saved.

However, it was not the mistake of Paytm but honestly yours. You would be noticed at the time of making payment that Paytm shows a check box that says – “Save this card for faster checkouts” and by default it remains checked. So, if you forgot to uncheck this box Paytm will save your card information.

So, if you’re in the same trouble due to saving your debit or credit card details on Paytm mistakenly and couldn’t find the place to remove it, read this article. Here’s exactly how you can remove your debit card detail from Paytm.

However, in Paytm there is no option in the settings of Paytm profile to remove your card information. But still you can do so very easily.

All you need to do is go for a recharge (just for removing your card details) and reach at the checkout (payment) page. And here you will find the option to remove your card from Paytm.

That’s all guys, as soon as you will click on this Remove Card button, it will ask – Are you sure want to remove this card from Paytm? So, choose Yes and your card details will be removed from Paytm forever.

Also be careful of that check box which saves you card if you don’t want your cad to be saved in Paytm. However, Paytm is very trustworthy service but still for security from hackers intruders, you shouldn’t save your card on any online payment service for long time and also don’t keep more amount of money in your online wallets

Wednesday, 13 January 2016

Best Budget Phone Under 10000

Yu Yureka Plus    Rs. 9999
The Yu Yureka Plus, which was launched back in July this year, has already made it to the list of best camera phones under Rs. 15,000 and is now one of the best smartphones under Rs. 10,000 as well. The smartphone after going through rigorous tests gave impressive results and got an overall rating of 9/10 in all the sections except in design and battery life where it settled for 8/10. Available for as low as Rs. 8,999, the Yureka Plus smartphone runs on Cyanogen OS 12.1.

  • Improved display and camera
  • Great performance
  • Customisable Cyanogen OS
  • Excellent value for money
  • Nothing significant considering the price

Lenovo k3 note  Rs. 9999

The Lenovo K3 Note is one of those devices that really gets its essentials correct. In terms of everyday usage, its competence is unquestionable. It has a good display, very good audio output, a decent camera unit, and possibly the best performance in terms of lightweight usage that any smartphone within the sub-10k budget segment has to offer. The only place where it misses out is the below-par gaming performance. If your priority is for a smoothly-functioning Android smartphone which will see you through the day’s essentials without breaking a sweat and saving some battery too, the Lenovo K3 Note is your phone. Alternatively, the Meizu M2 Note makes for a better device at the same price point, giving similar or better performance, along with featuring a better display and  camera.


    Lenovo K3 Note
  • Good display colours
  • Slim form, good to hold
  • Smooth browsing and messaging experience
  • Decent native audio


  • Throttled gaming performance
  • No backlight on buttons

Coolpad Note 3          Rs. 8999

Coolpad Note 3 is a comparatively a newcomer as it was launched in October this year. The smartphone fared well in our review, scoring a 9/10 rating for value of money. We were impressed by the smartphone's quick and accurate fingerprint sensor, camera, battery life and overall performance. However, the UI customisations were not up to the mark. The handset is available for Rs. 8,999 from leading online retailers.

  • Quick and accurate fingerprint sensor
  • Good performance
  • Good camera
  • Good battery life
  • Limited availability
  • Unappealing UI customisations

Yu Yunique  Rs. 4999

Yu Yunique is the most affordable smartphone in our list, and the second entry for Yu, besides the Yu Yureka Plus. The smartphone got 8/10 rating when it came to its software and value for money. The 4G LTE supporting Yunique was launched at Rs. 4,999 in September this year.

  • 4G LTE support
  • Good looks, low weight
  • Good display
  • Near-stock Android
  • Mediocre camera
  • Limited availability

Monday, 11 January 2016

Net Neutral Apps For 

Mobile Internet Data 

Getting data access without spending money sounds great, but this usually involves some kind of catch. but there are a number of apps on the market that are offering users free data, without any exclusivity or limitations. All these apps are for prepaid users. (All are available on Google Play Store Free)
1) Gigato
Probably one of the best known apps in the category, Gigato has been around for a while and allows users to "earn" data on the app, which can then be redeemed from your carrier. The way it works is simple - just install the Gigato app, and it will show you a number of apps you can try or use to earn data. The earned data is usually a little higher than the used data, so although the initial usage is cut from your data plan, you come out ahead. For example, you could use 20MB of mobile data on WhatsApp or Twitter, and earn 25MB which can be redeemed from your carrier.
When you launch the app, you can see a list of supported apps you already have on your phone, and Gigato will also recommend other apps you can install to get data benefits. Since Gigato includes many popular apps, it probably won't require you to change your habits to get a little extra cash on the side, which is great.
When installing Gigato, you give it permission to check your apps, so it can see how much mobile data is being used by its ​partners​, and give you rewards accordingly. Based on user and expert reports ​online​, it doesn't seem that Gigato snoops on your data to see what you are doing on the Internet, so it should be without any privacy concerns, but it's certainly something you should be aware of.
2) Earn Talktime
The Earn Talktime app is pretty similar to Gigato in that it incentivises you to use different apps, but the way it works is a little different. While Gigato gives you recharges for using mobile data on apps, Earn Talktime pays out money which can be used to pay for prepaid recharges when you download apps.
So, you can make Rs. 5 if you download the Droom app, or Rs. 20 to download Myntra. Downloading Lybrate and then asking one question on the app will earn you Rs. 50.
You also earn money for referring friends, and you can then use this to recharge your data via your mobile operator. From what we've found through searching online, there have been no reports of privacy problems with this app, and our own usage showed that it works without any real problems, but considering that Earn Talktime incentivises specific actions you should be aware of potential privacy concerns with this kind of app.
3) Paytunes
While Gigato or Earn Talktime need you to actively do different things to earn talk time, the Paytunes app replaces your ringtone with advertisements and you're paid for each call that you get. There are some checks in place to keep people from gaming the system, but for users, Paytunes actually fits into the day to day flow of actually using your phone.
The payouts aren't very high - you have to answer at least three calls to get 1 Rupee worth of points in the app, but even if you get around 15 calls in a day, that works out to a payout of Rs. 150 per month, which can be used to recharge your data pack, or pay other bills via MobiKwik.
4) My Ads (India)
Watch an ad, and then answer a few simple questions and you earn money. The concept is so simple that it doesn't really need to be explained. You can watch the ads over Wi-Fi, and don't need to download or use any other apps. It's just like the apps you watch on TV, except that here, you aren't forced to watch an ad in the middle of your shows, it's just something you're doing for a little talk time.
It's not the most convenient way to consume ads, but getting paid Rs. 8 to watch a 45-second ad sounded reasonable enough to us. That money can then be used to recharge your phone, so you can use the money for mobile data.
5) Recharging your phone
Apps like Freecharge, Paytm, or Mobikwik or Airtel Money, just about every app that allows you to recharge your phone online also offers special deals and cashbacks. This means that when you're recharging your phone, using any of these apps can get you a great deal. The specific deals vary on a day to day basis, so keep one or two of the apps you liked the most installed on your phone, and check these before hitting the recharge button to save a little more money.
These are the five methods of getting free Internet access we found that worked. Have you tried any of these? Tell us about that via the comments.