Full Specs : Samsung i9100 Galaxy S 2, HTC Desire HD 2, HTC Wildfire 2

Earlier we have posted specification of Samsung Galaxy S 2 phone. Now its time of some more update. Recently pocketnow.com has leaked full specification of Samsung Galaxy S 2, HTC Desire 2, HTC Wildfire 2. Here it goes:

Samsung i9100 Galaxy S 2

HTC Desire HD 2

HTC Wildfire 2

Now we are waiting for your comments, which one you will preferred out of these phones.

Blackberry Smartphone Power Saving Tips

As a Blackberry user, I mostly use it for emailing, chat and multimedia. But some time my device battery drain very quickly. So I started to search how can I improve my Blackberry smartphone battery life.

As a result, here are the simple tips you can use to improve your Blackberry smartphone’s battery life:


  • Charge BlackBerry® smartphone as much as possible
  • Use wall chargers as the preferred charging method

  • Media

  • Reduce volume
  • Use headphones
  • Load media using the BlackBerry® Desktop Manager (Avoids resizing)
  • Turn off equalizer settings (Media – Options)

  • Browsing

  • Visit mobile sites where applicable
  • Turn Repeat Animations to a lower setting (Browser – Options – General Properties)
  • Close browser when finished using (close with ESC key, not red End key)

  • Screen/Keyboard

  • Reduce Backlight Timeout (Options – Screen/Keyboard)
  • Reduce Backlight Brightness (Options – Screen/Keyboard)
  • Holster smartphone (turns off LCD automatically)
  • Set Audible Roll to mute (Options – Screen/Keyboard)
  • Key Tone Off (Options – Screen/Keyboard)
  • Use a sleeve when storing the smartphone in a pocket

  • Network Connections

  • Turn off unused connections when not in use, i.e. GPS, Wi-Fi®, Bluetooth®
  • Use Auto On/Off
  • Use single mode only (1XEV, 2G only, 3G only)

  • Shortcuts

  • Use shortcuts instead of activating Java® menus (Browser – Options – Browser Configuration)

  • Camera

  • Turn off flash (Camera – Options)
  • Set picture size to Small (Camera – Options)
  • Set Color Effect to Normal (Camera – Options)
  • Set Picture Quality to Normal (Camera – Options)

  • Applications

  • When exiting, be sure to close the app, not leave it running in the background (close with ESC key, not red End key)
  • Log out of third-party applications when they are not needed (Instant Messaging, etc.)

  • Indicators

  • Set Audible notification to Off (Profiles)
  • Turn off coverage LED (Profiles)

  • GPS

  • Use the zoom out function to get the largest viewable area that you can still use usefully

  • via Blackberry Support

    How to Unlock Samsung Galaxy S

    Cellphone users like me change their carrier frequently. But with locked phone it becomes headache. You need to unlock the phone to use it with different carriers. Now there is one good news for Samsung Galaxy S users. A member from XDA forum devloped an appliction to unlock your device. Currently this application is in testing stage.

    As per the application devloper, the application can work on Galaxy S as well as on other similar models of Samsung Android based cellphones.


    In order to run the app, you’ll need to be rooted with BusyBox and have an active internet connection

    Instruction to run the application:

    • Download the application from here
    • Run the application and follow on screen stps
    • Save your /efs folder
    • You will get a blank screen, this means the app can unlock your phone.
    • Built .nv_data.bak once the phone restart

    If you face any problem in unlocking you need to restore /efs folder saved on step 1. To do so start the application again and select restore option.

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    Disclaimer : I am not promoting this application, neither unlocking the cellphone. Use this application at your own risk. Techienote or non of its member will be liable if the application do not work for you.

    iPhone 3G running Android 2.3 Gingerbread

    Yes you read correctly, a hacker has managed to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS in iPhone 3G, and also posted a video on youtube.
    I am still finding in what way he has done that, but may be it is possible with OpeniBoot. OpeniBoot is an open source implementation of iBoot for Apple iPhone and iPod Touch devices. It allows booting of unsigned code such as linux kernels on the device.
    As per the news, the project is also compatible with iDroid project, which will allow users to dual-boot iOS & Android 2.3 Gingerbread on iPhone 3G.

    But after watching the video, actual android performance on android based phones is little faster than on iPhone.

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