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Thursday, October 24, 2013

Tips for Visayas and Mindanao Free Unlimited Internet Access

For Visayas and Mindanao mobile phone and pc users who are trying to find and searching for a Free Internet Access without spending any peso or Free Unlimited Internet Access.

Before you go and bump into any paid and selling programs that can access the internet where it was rampantly posted and distributed on any auctions and classified websites, please be guided that this is FOR FREE.

You don't need to pay for it, because it was generously released by the individuals who where trying help those who indeed the needy and can't afford to pay for it.

But theirs and exception to that: (you need to pay)

Pd-Proxy
Wi-Free
HMA

But this "OpenVPN" program apps that are mostly portables are Free

To avoid buying it, you should check first and google it those forums (symbianize, phcorner, pinoyden) who caters this. sorry we are not allowed to show direct links

List of free OpenVPN

1. VPNium
2. Spotflux (working on rooted Android phones)
3. ShadeYou
4. Kebrum
5. Kepard
6. Jhanux VPN
7. WEPN
8. Krypto VPN
9. Mate VPN
10. PrivateWiFi VPN
11. VPNBook
12. Free VPN (working on rooted Android phones)
13. Finch VPN

For Mindanao area PC users, we recommend ShadeYou VPN & Finch VPN.

Beware of those people who are using and abusing the work of others.

Thursday, October 24, 2013 by Neil Steven Sedenio · 0

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

The First Nokia Tablet Revealed (Lumia 2520 with specs)


Few hours ago, websites and blogs posted this new (Nokia first tablet unveils)

Nokia launched its Lumia 2520 tablet Tuesday. It goes with a 10-inch screen and will run Windows RT, a special version of Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system. Sven Grundberg assesses whether it's any chance of taking sales off market leaders Apple and Samsung. 

It's carrying LTE, and a 2.2GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU inside, with a bright 650nit screen completed of Gorilla Glass 2. Nokia showed off a video demonstrating its outdoor readability in sunny Abu Dhabi, bright sufficiency to check over Flipboard on Windows RT. It also packs the Storyteller app seen on the 1520, along with a 6.7MP rear camera featuring Zeiss optics and a 2MP front facing camera.




Lumia 2520's screen can play full 1080p HD video and is designed to work well even in direct sunlight. It also has a 6.7 MP camera on the back for snapping photos and a 2 MP HD camera on the front for video chats. It'll come in three color options: red, white, blue, or black. It'll ship with Microsoft Office preinstalled.


Photo: Nokia


Nokia Lumia 2520 LTE-A (Nokia Sirius) Specs
Expected+Release;Date:December, 2013
Project;Codename:Nokia Sirius
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Dimensions:267 x 168 x 8.9 millimetres
Mass:615 grams (battery included)

Software+Environment

Embedded_Operating_System:Microsoft Windows RT 8.1
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Microprocessor,_Chipset

CPU+Clock:2150 MHz
CPU:Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 MSM8974
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Memory,-Storage-capacity

RAM:capacity:2 GiB
ROM:capacity:29.8 GiB

Display

Display-Type:color IPS TFT , 16777216 scales
Display+Diagonal:10.1 "
Display:Resolution:1920 x 1080
Video_out:1920x1080 (1080p) resolution

Sound

Microphone(s):mono
Loudspeaker(s):Supported
Audio+Output:3.5mm

Cellular-Phone

Cellular-Networks:GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, UMTS850 (B5), UMTS900 (B8), UMTS1800 (B3), UMTS1900 (B2), UMTS2100 (B1)
Cellular+Data+Links:GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, HSDPA, HSUPA, HSPA+

Secondary;Cellular_Phone

Dual-Cellular_Network_Operation:Dual standby
Secondary-Cellular_Networks:LTE1800 (B3), LTE2600 (B7), LTE800 (B20)
Secondary;Cellular+Data;Links:LTE, LTE-A

Control;Peripherals

Positioning;Device:Multi-touch screen
Primary_Keyboard:Not supported
Directional;Pad:Not supported
Scroll+Wheel:Not supported

Interfaces

Expansion;Slots:microSD, microSDHC, TransFlash, microSDXC
USB:USB 3.0 host/client, 12Mbit/s, OTG 1.3
micro-USB
Bluetooth:Bluetooth 4.0
Wireless+LAN:802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Infrared+Gate:Not supported

Multimedia+Telecommunication

Analog-Radio+Receiver:Not supported
Digital:Media:Broadcast_Tuner:Not supported

Satellite;Navigation

Built-in_GPS_module:Supported
Complementary_GPS;Services:Assisted GPS, Geotagging

Built-in-Digital-Camera

Main-Camera:6.1 MP
Autofocus;(AF):Supported
Optical:Zoom:1 x
Secondary;Camera:1.9 MP

Additional+Details

Built-in-accelerometer:Supported
Battery:built-in
Battery+Capacity:8000 mAh



Tuesday, October 22, 2013 by Neil Steven Sedenio · 0

Saturday, October 12, 2013

List of very useful android secret codes for mobile devices

This hidden codes are mostly common in Android Devices, but most of this codes may not work on rooted phones or been flash on custom roms.

List of very useful android secret codes for mobile phone devices:

*#0*# - Enter the Service Menu

*#7465625# - View phone lock status

*#06# -  This code shows your IMEI Number

*#*#8351#*#* - Code that enable Voice Dialing Logging Mode

*#*#8350#*#* - Code that disable Voice Dialing Logging Mode

*#12580*369# - This code is for Software & Hardware Information

**05**# - This code executes emergency dial screen to unlock PUK Code

*#*#4636#*#* - This code can be used to get some interesting information about your
phone and battery. It shows following 4 menus on screen and these are Phone information,  Battery information, Battery history and Usage statistics.

##7764726 - This code can be use in Motorola Droid to know the Hidden Service Menu

*#*#7780#*#* - This code can be used for a factory data reset. It'll remove following things like Google account settings stored in your phone, System and application data and settings, Downloaded applications.

But does NOT remove the current system software and bundled applications, SD card files e.g. photos, music files, etc.

*2767*3855# - This code is used for factory format and it will remove all files and settings including the internal memory storage also re-install the phone firmware. (Before doing or using this, making a Back-up is a must).

*#*#273282*255*663282*#*#* - Used this code to create Immediate backup of your multimedia files.

*#*#34971539#*#* - This code is used to get the informations about the phone camera. It also shows following four menus:

1. Update camera firmware in image (Don't try this option)
2. Update camera firmware in SD card
3. Get camera firmware version
4. Get firmware update count

*#*#7594#*#* - This code can be used to change the "End Call / Power" button action in your phone. By default, if you long press the button, it shows a screen asking you to select any option from Silent mode, Airplane mode and Power off. You can change this action using this code. You can also enable direct power off on this button so you don't need to waste much of your time in selecting the options.

*#*#273283*255*663282*#*#* - This code opens a File copy screen where you can backup your media files e.g. Images, Sound, Video and Voice memo.

*#*#197328640#*#* - This code can be used to enter into Service mode. You can run various tests and change settings in the service mode.

*#*#232339#*#* OR *#*#526#*#* OR *#*#528#*#* - WLAN test (Use "Menu" button to start various tests)

*#*#232338#*#* - Shows WiFi MAC address

*#*#1472365#*#* - GPS test

*#*#1575#*#* - Another GPS test

*#*#232331#*#* - Bluetooth test

*#*#232337#*# - Shows Bluetooth device address

*#*#8255#*#* - This code can be used to launch GTalk Service Monitor.

*#872564# - USB logging devices

*#9900# - System Dump Mode

Codes to get Firmware version information:

*#*#4986*2650468#*#* - PDA, Phone, H/W, RFCallDate

*#*#1234#*#* - PDA and Phone

*#*#1111#*#* - FTA SW Version

*#*#2222#*#* - FTA HW Version

*#*#44336#*#* - PDA, Phone, CSC,  Build Time, Changelist number

Codes to launch various Factory Tests:

*#*#0283#*#* - Packet Loopback

*#*#0*#*#* - LCD test

*#*#0673#*#* OR *#*#0289#*#* - Melody test

*#*#0842#*#* - Device test (Vibration test and BackLight test)

*#*#2663#*#* - Touch screen version

*#*#2664#*#* - Touch screen test

*#*#0588#*#* - Proximity sensor test

*#*#3264#*#* - RAM version

*#*#7594#*#* - Changes the behavior of Power Button

To test this codes, make sure to make full back-up if you want to be safe.


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Saturday, October 12, 2013 by Neil Steven Sedenio · 0

Friday, October 11, 2013

Use VPN to keep mobile devices protected in wi-fi free zone

Have you consider yourself protected and secured every time you access the internet in Wi-Fi free zone?

To keep yourself protected 'Use VPN to keep mobile devices protected in wi-fi free zone'

More and more individuals are using mobile devices and countless of us are obtaining this mobile gadgets for a cheaper price and we're attempted and tend to use internet or obliged to use online connections.

And most of us doesn't know the risk of being exposed when we are online (Did you get the feelings that you were being watched?)

Sometimes hackers will set up a fake Wi-Fi network to attract unwitting public Wi-Fi users. Connecting to a fake network could put your device into the hands of a malicious ne’er-do-well.

By default, our smartphones, ipads, tablets or any wi-fi ready or wi-fi enable devices set into Off in wireless network connections, but this isn’t always the case, and it’s a setting you should always double-check. First, open the Wi-Fi section of your phone’s settings app. If you don’t see an option to disable auto-connecting, you’re already safe.

Otherwise, turn this setting off or disable.

Smartphone or any devices that has a wi-fi may be set to automatic connect to any available Wi-Fi hotspot, a setting that can seriously endanger your privacy. Not only will this allow your device to connect to public networks without your permission, you may also be automatically connecting to malicious networks set up specifically to steal your information.

But, If you had just read the U.S. Federal Trade Commission "Wise Up About Wi-Fi Page" offers tips for the safety of using the public Wi-Fi. One of it's tips is to look for "https:" in the header address and the lock icon in the address bar.

Another recommendation is to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) that create's a secure line tunnel that will protect all your data sent over into the connections. VPN is a service that encrypts and redirects all the internet connections on your computer. This means all the data leaving your computer is encrypted, which adds a layer of protection against hackers and eavesdroppers.

This very important to keep our-self from being safe whenever we use a Wi-Fi to access a free or paid internet.

VPN it differs from web proxies because VPN will encrypt and redirect all of your computer’s outgoing network connections, whereas proxies will usually only redirect particular protocols within an application.

But of course there is an Advantages and Disadvantages in using VPN.

Advantage:

Keep you safe from being online (privacy insured)

Disadvantage:

Little bit of hassle (time consuming) and may slow your internet connection

Keep you safe from being online - Your free from being watched, protects your passwords and access log-ins, protects your online banking transactions, your browsing and surfing are not recorded on any logs scraper, you can work online at ease, no one can spy on you and all of the security features that you really wanted to be when using the internet.

Little bit of hassle - a little bit because, whenever you want to log-in in any social networking site or those sites that you where registed, you need to do some processes to reactivate your accounts to identify that your the legit owner of the said accounts. This will consumed minutes of your time before you can use those sites. But, there's a BUT, there is a solution for this;

Avoid using Free VPN, they may run by untrustworthy companies.

Register and activate on any VPN you would like to choose and do an extra layer of privacy using a pseudo-anonymous payment method such as Bitcoin or Liberty Reserve, and do a DNS Leak Test when using a VPN.

So if you ask me? I rather recommend to use VPN and don't mind this hassle as long as I am protected and secured everytime I'm online, because "Privacy is not a crime as long as you use it for GOOD" Use VPN to keep mobile devices protected in wi-fi free zone.

Here's the 'List of active VPN as of 2013' that you may consider to look for a review

1. Sandwich VPN
2. WiFree VPN
3. PdProxy VPN
3. Hotspot Shield VPN
4. HideMyAss VPN
5. Overplay VPN
6. VyprVPN
7. Private Internet Access VPN
8. Witopia VPN
9. CyberGhot VPN
10. StrongVPN
11. AirVPN
12. BoxPN VPN
13. ProXPN VPN
14. UnBlock Us VPN
15. VPNGate VPN
16. ExpressVPN
17. EarthVPN
18. PrivatVPN
19. BolehVPN
20. BTGuard VPN
21. IPVanish VPN
22. Pure VPN

Soon we will be posting an updates for the individual review on this active VPN.

Thank you.

Friday, October 11, 2013 by Neil Steven Sedenio · 0

Monday, October 7, 2013

Globe and smart internet free access using magic ip w/ list as of 2013 updates

Most of us, internet users are looking for a free access on internet for and sometimes we find ways to look for an answers and solutions even it takes a risk just to have it for free.

But what if we can have it for real? I mean we can access the internet using our Globe tattoo and Smart Broadband for free?

Actually for  those who really don't know about it, this has been already existed a long time ago since the ISP's started their internet operations.

Most internet users recognized this or called it as a hack for internet access but for my understanding, IT IS NOT, because it is not forcing to get into the system without permission; it's on the other-side's negligence or might be a lack of security firewalls (Not to offend) or they just let it open as backdoor tunnel for maybe on some technical purposes.

Actually, this is possible and not of course would last long enough or shall we say works 100% if the Magic IP's are BLOCKED.

Here is a sample that you can try on your own, with a little patience and tweaks:
Using Magic IP - Magic ip is a proxy that can bypass your Internet Service Providers or ISP security firewall, If you set those working ip in your internet web browser in which you can surf, browse, stream or even download on the internet for free without loading it.

If you want to try just follow this settings:

NOTE: If the IP's won't work, means it is already been blocked, but you can try your luck.

Connect Globe Tattoo Broadband Dashboard with the settings below:

Connection type: RAS
APN: http.globe.com.ph
ACCESS NUMBER: *99***1#
AUTH SETTINGS: CHAP

Connect Smart Broadband Dashboard with the settings below:

Connection type: RAS
APN: http.globe.com.ph
ACCESS NUMBER: *99#
AUTH SETTINGS: CHAP or PAP (Whatever you choose)
Now that your modem are all set, lets proceed for the rest of the settings:

Settings for web browsers:

For Google Chrome:Go to (Show Advanced Settings)
Network (Change Proxy Settings)
settings >> change proxy settings >> settings >>
tick proxy server and input IP and Port below >> IP: 10.200.36.1 Port: 80
advanced >> check use the same proxy for all protocols >> Then click OK

For Mozilla:Tools>> options>> network >> settings>> manual proxy configuration>10.200.36.1 port 80
check mo use this proxy server for all protocols>> Then click OK

More (Collection) Magic IP List as of 2013 using Port 80

10.200.9.72, 10.200.41.65, 10.200.62.138, 10.200.37.97, 10.200.31.189, 10.200.28.238, 10.200.4.235 10.200.21.3, 10.200.59.216, 10.200.35.137, 10.200.8.141, 10.200.19.243, 10.200.53.223, 10.200.17.230 10.200.54.245, 10.200.38.204, 10.200.15.74, 10.200.58.173, 10.200.31.28, 10.200.56.222, 10.200.14.13 10.200.20.241, 10.200.50.168, 10.200.43.194, 10.200.24.29, 10.200.49.105, 10.200.51.10, 10.200.0.94 10.200.45.127, 10.200.46.111, 10.200.39.105, 10.200.36.248, 10.200.38.8, 10.200.7.237, 10.200.58.41 10.200.3.246, 10.200.8.132, 10.200.22.0, 10.200.8.86, 10.200.40.176, 10.200.56.138, 10.200.5.175 10.200.39.159, 10.200.28.236, 10.200.22.151, 10.200.51.26, 10.200.58.184, 10.200.48.91, 10.200.30.58 10.200.28.54, 10.200.9.13, 10.200.20.142, 10.200.32.147, 10.200.49.26, 10.200.7.83, 10.200.10.7 10.200.15.132, 10.200.21.250, 10.200.46.204, 10.200.11.186, 10.200.10.49, 10.200.4.141, 10.200.51.237 10.200.34.122, 10.200.24.0, 10.200.55.131, 10.200.14.195, 10.200.30.26, 10.200.40.1, 10.200.4.44 10.200.13.37, 10.200.20.6, 10.200.28.248, 10.200.27.121, 10.200.1.217, 10.200.39.61, 10.200.1.51 10.200.21.86, 10.200.31.38, 10.200.23.207, 10.200.13.40, 10.200.47.253, 10.200.37.234, 10.200.11.204 10.200.12.63, 10.200.40.41, 10.200.36.177, 10.200.46.179, 10.200.43.162, 10.200.55.141, 10.200.18.4 10.200.48.122, 10.200.48.34, 10.200.36.1, 10.200.9.61, 10.200.52.187, 10.200.9.181, 10.200.33.7 10.200.52.148, 10.200.39.220, 10.200.10.88, 10.200.59.19, 10.200.0.22, 10.200.56.251, 10.200.16.46 10.200.35.34, 10.200.11.249, 10.200.28.84, 10.200.7.62, 10.200.29.122, 10.200.36.103, 10.200.57.179 10.200.8.40, 10.200.20.161, 10.200.23.0, 10.200.36.96, 10.200.53.46, 10.200.56.140, 10.200.51.249 10.200.50.73, 10.200.60.94, 10.200.20.149, 10.200.39.138, 10.200.26.59, 10.200.9.113, 10.200.52.130 10.200.36.233, 10.200.30.95, 10.200.41.77, 10.200.12.115, 10.200.43.16, 10.200.8.95, 10.200.62.207 10.200.24.155, 10.200.50.30, 10.200.2.78, 10.200.1.238, 10.200.42.182, 10.200.35.242, 10.200.53.66 10.200.7.29, 10.200.51.64, 10.200.20.243, 10.200.24.83, 10.200.41.99, 10.200.6.216, 10.200.63.158 10.200.57.99, 10.200.33.155, 10.200.14.123, 10.200.1.17, 10.200.37.195, 10.200.51.161, 10.200.31.174 10.200.18.63, 10.200.63.9, 10.200.25.43, 10.200.59.191, 10.200.26.249, 10.200.1.147, 10.200.26.121 10.200.0.160, 10.200.7.67, 10.200.17.46, 10.200.14.47, 10.200.2.56, 10.200.21.27, 10.200.20.12
10.200.9.72, 10.200.41.65, 10.200.62.138, 10.200.37.97, 10.200.31.189, 10.200.28.238, 10.200.4.235 10.200.21.3, 10.200.59.216, 10.200.35.137, 10.200.8.141, 10.200.19.243, 10.200.53.223, 10.200.17.230 10.200.54.245, 10.200.38.204, 10.200.15.74, 10.200.58.173, 10.200.31.28, 10.200.56.222, 10.200.14.13 10.200.20.241, 10.200.50.168, 10.200.43.194, 10.200.24.29, 10.200.49.105, 10.200.51.10, 10.200.0.94 10.200.45.127, 10.200.46.111, 10.200.39.105, 10.200.36.248, 10.200.38.8, 10.200.7.237, 10.200.58.41 10.200.3.246, 10.200.8.132, 10.200.22.0, 10.200.8.86, 10.200.40.176, 10.200.56.138, 10.200.5.175 10.200.39.159, 10.200.28.236, 10.200.22.151, 10.200.51.26, 10.200.58.184, 10.200.48.91, 10.200.30.58 10.200.28.54, 10.200.9.13, 10.200.20.142, 10.200.32.147, 10.200.49.26, 10.200.7.83, 10.200.10.7 10.200.15.132, 10.200.21.250, 10.200.46.204, 10.200.11.186, 10.200.10.49, 10.200.4.141, 10.200.51.237 10.200.34.122, 10.200.24.0, 10.200.55.131, 10.200.14.195, 10.200.30.26, 10.200.40.1, 10.200.4.44 10.200.13.37, 10.200.20.6, 10.200.28.248, 10.200.27.121, 10.200.1.217, 10.200.39.61, 10.200.1.51 10.200.21.86, 10.200.31.38, 10.200.23.207, 10.200.13.40, 10.200.47.253, 10.200.37.234, 10.200.11.204 10.200.12.63, 10.200.40.41, 10.200.36.177, 10.200.46.179, 10.200.43.162, 10.200.55.141, 10.200.18.4 10.200.48.122, 10.200.48.34, 10.200.36.1, 10.200.9.61, 10.200.52.187, 10.200.9.181, 10.200.33.7 10.200.52.148, 10.200.39.220, 10.200.10.88, 10.200.59.19, 10.200.0.22, 10.200.56.251, 10.200.16.46 10.200.35.34, 10.200.11.249, 10.200.28.84, 10.200.7.62, 10.200.29.122, 10.200.36.103, 10.200.57.179 10.200.8.40, 10.200.20.161, 10.200.23.0, 10.200.36.96, 10.200.53.46, 10.200.56.140, 10.200.51.249 10.200.50.73, 10.200.60.94, 10.200.20.149, 10.200.39.138, 10.200.26.59, 10.200.9.113, 10.200.52.130 10.200.36.233, 10.200.30.95, 10.200.41.77, 10.200.12.115, 10.200.43.16, 10.200.8.95, 10.200.62.207 10.200.24.155, 10.200.50.30, 10.200.2.78, 10.200.1.238, 10.200.42.182, 10.200.35.242, 10.200.53.66 10.200.7.29, 10.200.51.64, 10.200.20.243, 10.200.24.83, 10.200.41.99, 10.200.6.216, 10.200.63.158 10.200.57.99, 10.200.33.155, 10.200.14.123, 10.200.1.17, 10.200.37.195, 10.200.51.161, 10.200.31.174 10.200.18.63, 10.200.63.9, 10.200.25.43, 10.200.59.191, 10.200.26.249, 10.200.1.147, 10.200.26.121 10.200.0.160, 10.200.7.67, 10.200.17.46, 10.200.14.47, 10.200.2.56, 10.200.21.27, 10.200.20.12
, 10.200.63.193, 10.200.38.35, 10.200.52.245, 10.200.9.210, 10.200.63.43, 10.200.29.134, 10.200.63.82 10.200.63.187, 10.200.16.167, 10.200.46.98, 10.200.1.171, 10.200.61.255, 10.200.29.58, 10.200.32.149 10.200.14.37, 10.200.30.83, 10.200.37.147, 10.200.49.90, 10.200.49.32, 10.200.24.61, 10.200.47.113 10.200.51.37, 10.200.49.59, 10.200.17.103, 10.200.59.116, 10.200.9.237, 10.200.9.140, 10.200.40.136 10.200.28.41, 10.200.43.140, 10.200.21.151, 10.200.28.34, 10.200.58.134, 10.200.34.201, 10.200.4.48 10.200.50.71, 10.200.3.27, 10.200.55.143, 10.200.50.179, 10.200.35.86, 10.200.34.9, 10.200.29.22 10.200.13.153, 10.200.22.48, 10.200.56.128, 10.200.21.91, 10.200.26.237, 10.200.52.168, 10.200.6.176 10.200.28.103, 10.200.3.100, 10.200.10.57, 10.200.44.86

updates: added 10.201.xxx

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