Showing posts with label Android Phone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Android Phone. Show all posts

Thursday, 18 December 2014

Google Nexus 9

Google Nexus 9 is the first handset designed that is powered by Google’s new release “Android 5.0 Lollipop”. Well, having the new android version, you will be the first one to receive the latest android updates and enjoy all the advanced features and enhancements. Everyone got something to choose for them from over 1 million apps and games from Google Play. Well, now coming to its design, it is a perfectly designed handset for life.

It is a carefully crafted device with metal frame, soft-grip back and provided with unique colors. It has a perfectly sized8.9 inch IPS LCD display that is easy to carry and also big enough on work basis and for entertainment like watching movie, videos or playing games. You can get your work done at home, at office place, or on a move with the nexus 9 keyboard folio that can be purchased separately. Well, one can say that it is designed with keeping you in mind.

Powered by Android 

This android powered device is powered by a 64 bit NVIDIA tegra k1 dual-core processor with 2.3 GHz that equalizes to PC’s power and can perform all tasks like mailing, watching videos, or playing games, or documenting all at once by easily switching across tabs.

Crisp, clear sound that surrounds 

It has a high sound quality. With HTC introducing its front-facing stereo sound speakers, the sounds generated are more immersive, layered and distortion free. This is the most beneficial product that Google has received after tying their bond with HTC to give us the future of smartphone’s-Nexus 9.


A handset is rated top based on its specifications. There are some specifications that an android phone must be efficient in and should be considered before buying them. So let’s have a look at some of the specified specs of this handset.


It runs a processor dual-core 64 bit processor, giving it an anonymous power to perform several task all at once. Besides, it comes with 2048 MB RAM, making the accessibility of the device quite faster with built-in storage capacity of 32 GB.


The next specification that everyone have a look at is the camera pixel. Now-a-days everyone wish to have a high pixelate cams in their android to get a professional click as the trend of clicking pics is on high among this generation and desires to have all the features within one device. Well, it stands up to all the expectations in this field too as it provides 8 megapixels rare camera with LED Flash and auto-focus feature.

Apart from this, you are also benefited with a front cam of 1.6 MP and video recording with 1080p HD resolution.


Any device lags in their battery capacity but Nexus 9 had overcome this issue to with 6700 mAh battery capacity which cannot be found in any of the device. This helps you carry out your whole day with your handset. But the drawback is that this is not a user replaceable battery.

These are the mostly focused specs of every device and all the general specs are same like connectivity, media, internet browsing and all.

From all the discussions made, one can point out the pros and cons of this handset.


Large system memory, i.e. 2048 MB RAM that makes your device fast, effective and efficient.

4G connectivity, which increases the connectivity speed with mobile data.


Lacks in microSD slot, so there is no chance for storage expansion.

Non-replaceable battery.

Saturday, 1 November 2014

How to Delete Your Data From Your Android Phone Safely

There have been numerous ways through which a user can delete their data when switching between iPhones, but what about the users relying on Android phone. If you are looking to sell your phone or even to lend it to a friend, then you need to make sure that all your data is deleted from your phone. The steps might vary depending on the type and model of the Android phone and also the device manufacturer. There have been changes in the settings and name of certain menus in different models of the Android phones, but at the end the basic steps of deleting the personal data will mostly be the same.

1. Data from the MicroSD card:

The first thing that comes to our mind when changing a phone is the data available on the microSD. Usually if one inserts their SD card from the old phone to the new phone then the data like videos, photos and music should be easily migrated over. In case your latest phone doesn’t have any slot for SD card or by any reason you don’t want to carry over the card then first thing you need to do is to backup all the data and then format the card. The simple steps are:

1. Connect your phone to computer and you have necessary application available for data transfer

2. Now click on my computer and navigate through your phone and copy all the data to your computer

3. Unplug your phone and reformat the SD card.

One can even format the card on their phone by going to the settings and clicking on erase the card. However there are people who can trace your data from your card. To avoid this, one should copy some other data about the size of the SD card and delete it. This will replace the old data and your old data will be gone forever.

2. Back up data on the phone:

Apart from deleting the personal data, you might to back up your contacts and other information. Google account has been a benefit for Android users as they automatically back up your data but one can manually do this by going to the setting options and choosing back up my data. This will lead them to Google account to further back the different types of data available on your phone.

3. Deleting everything

Once the data has been back up, completely delete all the data from the phone. Carrying out a simple factory reset will ensure all the data on the phone is deleted. Users will just have to go to setting and they have the option of Factory reset.

4. Restore data to another phone

If a user has followed all the above mentioned steps then they will be able to restore their data to another device. If you have your microSD, just insert in the new phone and all your music, photos and videos will be automatically restored. If not you can just sign in you Google Account and get all your contacts and photos that were backed up.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014

Tips for Charging Android Battery Quickly

Charging Android Battery
Consumers are looking forward to good battery life by purchasing new smartphones but battery technology continues to progress more slowly than mobile technology, Companies that are manufacturing new and more efficient batteries are finding it difficult to keep up with the higher resolution displays and other smartphone makers with power hungry technology expanding into iPhone, Android phones and other handsets.

This has forced vendors in creating extreme power saving modes which cuts off major part of the device’s functions to extend battery life when the charge tends to get very low. Though it may take some time to see much progress with regards to smartphone battery life, in the meanwhile, there are some useful ways wherein one can improve the performance of the existing batteries.

For instance when one has returned home after a tiring day at work and is about to go out again and the phone is in need of charging but no time to do the same. These useful tips will enable the user in charging the Android battery to hundred percent.

Enable Airplane Mode

Turning the phone off or enabling it in airplane mode is an effective and easy way in reducing charging time. The phone tends to burn a lot of battery when connected to Wi-Fi or mobile network and disabling the connection can reduce tremendously the battery life.

Slow Charging on Electrical Outlets

Phones tend to charge slowly on electrical outlets or ports, the main cause being the USB. The USB 2.0 ports output 0.5 amps of energy while USB 3.0 ports output 0.9 amp of power and when charged through a traditional electrical outlet one can receive from 1 to 2 amps of energy.

More amps sent to the phone’s battery can speed up the charging and 1 to 2 amps of power may not seem much though 2 amps of power is four times more from what is received from USB 2.0 which is almost 4 times faster charging time.

Avoid Third Party Chargers

Refraining from using third party chargers or even unsupported charges is another useful way since most of these third party chargers are not efficient and may be inadequately designed or made of low quality which may pose as a risk to the user. For precaution sake, charger received with the Android should be utilised.

Tablet Chargers much faster than Smartphone Chargers

Most of the users are unaware that the smartphone charges much faster when it is connected to a tablet charger rather than a smartphone charger. This is because the different chargers draw different amperages and a tablet requires more energy hence it draws more amperage.

Users could try charging their Android with a tablet charger and note the difference in charging time. USB ports are not necessarily locked at specific amperage and just as a Mac increases its amperage to iDevices so also PC increases its amperage to Android devices.

Online downloading of USB boosting software can be done to boost output to a specific USB port wherein the software tells the computer’s motherboard to boost the power to certain USB port. With the useful tips mentioned above, the user can charge the phone to hundred percent in the shortest span of time.

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

All About Micromax Bolt A61

Micromax Bolt A61
Micromax Bolt A61 is a latest Smartphone which has been released by the Micromax. Micromax has added a new Smartphone to the Micromax Bolt series. You can get this mobile from official Micromax eStore too. Micromax Bolt A61 is a cheapest Smartphone with many featured specifications under your budget. Here I have posted little description about the Micromax Bolt A61 Smartphone and here it goes;

Operating System: 

Micromax Bolt A61 comes with Android operating system with latest version of Jelly Bean Operating system. Micromax Bolt A61 supports various applications and Micromax Bolt A61 allows you to get various applications from the Google play store too. Micromax Bolt A61 has a fantastic interface which brings you a perfect look for the device.

Processor and Performance:

Micromax Bolt A61 comes with 1 GHz processor which belongs to the family of Spreadtrum SC7710 Processor. Micromax Bolt A61 has a built in RAM of 256 MB which allows you to run various kinds of applications in the Micromax Bolt A61. Micromax Bolt A61 has an inbuilt memory of 512 MB in which 135 MB is available for the users. Micromax Bolt A61 allows its users to extend the memory up to 16 GB with the support of microSD. Micromax Bolt A61 support various level of applications and few of the high end graphics application are working in the Micromax Bolt A61 too.

Display and Camera:

Micromax Bolt A61 comes with the screen size of 4 inch display which supports the resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The 4 inch display allows you to experience better image clarity. Micromax Bolt A61 has primary camera of 2 megapixel and from which you can shoot pictures with fantastic clarity. And Micromax Bolt A61 has 0.3 megapixel secondary camera which shoots in VGA resolution. The primary camera has a built in flash which allows the users to shoot pictures even at low light too.


Micromax Bolt A61 has a Dual SIM support with smart selection of network. It support Dual standby SIM support and Micromax Bolt A61 comes with 3G connectivity. The 3G connectivity helps you to browse internet in very fast manner. Micromax Bolt A61 has built-in Wi-Fi support that enhances your browsing activity. Even you can connect with internet through the Wi-Fi connection that is available nearby to you. Micromax Bolt A61 also allows you create a Hotspot connection with the Wi-Fi and you can easily connect your devices with Micromax Bolt A61 very easily. Micromax Bolt A61 also has other connectivity such as Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR support and it also comes with micro USB support.


Micromax Bolt A61 has a battery capacity of 1500 mAh and which provides 3.55 hours of talk time and 160 hours of standby. Micromax Bolt A61 provides various power saver schemes from which you can save power consumption for the device.

Micromax Bolt A61 is a best mobile under your budget and it has many features that Premium Smartphone has.

45 and 50 Helium 4G New Android Smartphones with LTE From Archos

Archos Helium
Archos introduces the 45 helium 4G and the 50 helium 4G LTE -enabled its first two Android Smartphones. Both devices come with quad- core processors from Qualcomm, Android 4.3 and IPS displays. The French manufacturer Archos has presented two new Android Smartphones namely helium 45 and 50 helium 4G 4G.

The devices are the first Archos Smartphones that support LTE. With hardware in the middle class area and Archos offers them for quite low prices from 200 Euros. The 4G Helium 45 has a 4.5 -inch IPS display with a resolution of 854 x 480 pixels. This gives a pixel density of 217 ppi. Inside the quad-core processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 (MSM8926) operates at a clock rate of 1.4 GHz. The RAM is 1 GB in size; the built-in flash memory is 4 GB only. A slot for micro - SD card is installed.

The 50 helium 4G has the same processor as the 45 helium 4G, also the amount of memory is the same. The IPS display here is, however, 5 inches tall and has a resolution of 1,280 x 720 pixels, giving a pixel density of 293 ppi. Also, the flash memory falls with 8 GB of something bigger than the other one, a slot for micro - SD card is also included.

Both Smartphones support quad-band GSM and UMTS on the frequencies 900, 1,800 and 2,100 MHz. LTE dominate both devices at the frequencies 800, 1,800, 2,100 and 2,600 MHz. Wi-Fi is supported by an unknown standard, so also Bluetooth is running in version 3.0. A GPS receiver with GLONASS support is built in both of the Smartphones. On the back of the 4G has 50 helium is an 8- megapixel camera with autofocus and LED photo light.

At the front is a 2 megapixel camera for video calling is installed. 4G The 45 helium has a main camera with 5 megapixels; front camera here has only VGA resolution. Both cameras have a BSI sensor for shooting in less illuminated situations. Both Smartphones come with Android 4.3, so the third and final Jelly Bean version. The 45 helium 4G has a battery with a rated load of 1,700 mAh, the 50 helium 4G with a 2,000 mAh battery runtimes are not available.

The case of the 45 measures 134.6 x 66.8 4G helium x 9.7 mm , which is 145 x 71.4 x 8.9 mm in size 50 helium 4G. The 45 helium 4G is 200 Euros and the 50 helium 4G will cost 250 Euros. The Archos Smartphones are going to be displayed at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) of 7 up to 10 January 2014 in Las Vegas present to the public.

Monday, 30 December 2013

What is Rooting a Android Phone!

Rooting  Android Phone

What is Rooting? Advantages of Rooting and its Disadvantages: 

Android technology has been increasing grown in the last few years; many of you have been seen the advantages in the android technology. Likewise, there are so many of us wants to improve their mobile usability and they want to customize their mobile interface. But due to few security concerns, the android has limited the features of the android mobiles. This has been increasing discussed in the internet, how to improve the performance of the mobile. The answer for this has been termed as a term, ”Rooting”.

Basically “What is Rooting”? 

Rooting is a sort of unlocking your mobile phone from the system lock, rooting will provide access to various level of accessing your core files. The unrooted phone is like accessing the mobile in Guest User Mode. If you root your mobiles, it will allow you to access and modify the core files which are present in your mobile.

How to Root your Mobile?

Rooting allows you to access the internal files of the mobile and provides you a full access or a privilege to access the mobile. This is like using a mobile with admin mode, so that you can do as you need with your mobile. In order to root, you need install the custom ROM in your mobile. Each of the models has separate CUSTOM ROM, which is to be installed over the mobile. Suppose if you want to root your Sony XperiaTipo, then it has one ROM. Suppose if you want to root Micromax Doodle, it has another separate ROM. Each of them varies from one another. If you install wrong custom ROM in the mobile, it will definitely turns you’re mobile into a solid brick. Please make sure that you were correct with the CUSTOM ROM. If you don’t know how to root your mobile, then don’t ever try that.

Advantage of Rooting A Mobile

Run Special Application: If you root your mobile, then you can run several special applications in the mobile. In some special cases, you can install applications which can show several informations about your mobile.

Install Applications over the SD Card: If you root your mobile, then you can easily install the applications in the External storage. Few applications cannot be installed on the external storage, but the rooting will allows you to install the applications in the External storage of the mobile.

Overclock your processor: By rooting, you can easily overclock the clock frequency of the mobile. This will allows you to increase the performance of the mobile.

Disadvantage of Rooting A Mobile: 

Incase of wrong rooting, you will experience following things: 

Rooting turns your good mobile into a Solid Brick: By rooting your mobile, you will turn your mobile into a solid brick stone. In case of installing a wrong custom ROM, your mobile will become a solid brick. Warranty Turns Void: If you were doing rooting the mobile, it will make the warranty to be no more longer exist.

Wednesday, 1 February 2012

Sony Xperia S: cameraphone competition

First sony smartphone

2011 has been a complicated year for Sony Ericsson between the events in Japan, the failure of the Xperia Play and competition unleashed! The manufacturer has finally announced the repurchase of shares of Ericsson. So now we must speak of Sony itself. Xperia S is the first smartphone that will happen in the Finnish name.