Wow-Fi: How to Get the Strongest Signal You Can at Home

Ten years ago, getting a steady Wi-Fi signal at home was almost unheard of. People were using routers with hardwired connections rather than trust the fleeting and often flaky connection that most communications providers were offering. It wasn’t until Netflix really started to push the streaming of movies into homes (and the impending demise of DVD deliveries) that Wi-Fi became a huge concern. And now, Wi-Fi is present in almost every home in the country, and part of almost every product in those homes. Cameras, gaming consoles, smartphones—even your printer relies on Wi-Fi.
An increasing concern at the consumer level is “Why is my Wi-Fi so slow?” There are a lot of reasons, and there are just as many solutions to boost your Wi-Fi. We’re going to take a look at some common problems and the ways to fix them.

Hacking Internet Cafe To Get Unlimited Time

Learn how to get unlimited time in Internet Café

I had some troubles with my computer, so it's been a while since my last post on this blog. I spent some time in internet cafe, playing LAN games with my friends. We used to pay only few bucks and then play for hours for free, without getting noticed, using a little trick. You don't need any software or hacking skills to do this trick. It's very simple and anyone with a bit computer knowledge can do it. Lets start.

How to disable the timer on the computers in Internet Cafe and play with your friends as long as you want.

1. First of all create a new Text Document. Then write CMD in it, and then save it as anything.bat. (Make sure you're file is .bat)


How can I remove the bottom tag "Picture Window Template. Powered by Blogger"

Go Dashboard > Design > Template Designer > Advanced > Add CSS - Paste the following code (see note below) - Preview before saving - if happy - Apply to Blog:

#Attribution1 {
   display: none!important;

Note: Backup template beforehand

iOS: How to find the serial number, IMEI, MEID, CDN, and ICCID number

Find the serial number on iOS devices and the International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI) number, Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID), Cellular Data Number (CDN), and Integrated Circuit Card ID (ICCID) number on iOS devices with cellular connectivity. You can get the information from your device, the device packaging, or from your computer.

Get the information using your device

If you can access your iOS device, here are some quick ways to obtain your serial number, International Mobile Equipment Identity (IMEI), Integrated Circuit Card ID (ICCID), or Mobile Equipment Identifier (MEID).

About screen

Tap Settings > General > About to view your serial number, IMEI/MEID, and ICCID. The screen shown is from an iPhone, but the information is also available on iPad and iPod touch.
iPad settings iPad settings
iOS 7 and later iOS 6 and earlier
When using iOS 6 or later, you can tap and hold the serial number, IMEI/MEID, or ICCID to display the option to copy. You can use the copy and paste feature in iOS to quickly and accurately enter your information into Apple registration, Online Self Service, or Contact Support forms on the Apple website.
If you can't access the About screen on your device, please use one of the following options to access the serial number and IMEI/MEID on your iOS device.

iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and iPhone 5

Your IMEI is engraved on the back case, near the bottom. The MEID number uses the first 14 digits, disregarding the last digit.

iPad and iPod touch

Your iPad and iPod touch serial numbers are engraved on the back case toward the bottom, as shown on an iPad below. The MEID and IMEI number (when applicable) are also engraved on the back of iPad (Cellular Models).
iPad 64GB

iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4 (GSM model), and iPhone 4s

Remove the SIM tray. The serial number and IMEI will be printed on the SIM tray as shown below.

When an iPhone 4s is activated on a CDMA carrier, the SIM tray displays both the MEID and the IMEI number as 15 digits. The MEID number uses the first 14 digits, disregarding the last digit, and the IMEI number uses all 15 digits.

Original iPhone

Your original iPhone serial number and IMEI are engraved on the back metal case as shown:

Get the information from the device packaging

If you still have the device's original packaging, you can find your serial number and IMEI/MEID printed on the barcode label that's affixed to the packaging.

Get the information from your computer

You can find the serial number when you connect your device to your computer:
  1. Connect your device and open iTunes.
  2. Click the Device button in the upper-right corner. (If viewing the iTunes Store, click the Library button in the upper-right corner first.) If you don't see your device, choose Hide Sidebar from the View menu.
  3. Click the Summary tab. The serial number will display as shown:
You can choose Edit > Copy to put the serial number on the Clipboard. Then paste the serial number into an email or webpage (for example, for service or registration).
Here's how to find the MEID or IMEI, ICCID, and phone number or CDN:
  • With iPhone connected, click Phone Number to rotate through other device information including MEID, IMEI (when applicable), and ICCID.
  • With iPad (Cellular Models) connected, click Serial Number to rotate through other device information including CDN, MEID, IMEI (when applicable), and ICCID. 
If you can access your computer, but not your device:
  1. Open iTunes.
  2. Open Preferences. (In Mac OS X, choose iTunes > Preferences. In Windows, choose Edit > Preferences.)
  3. Click the Devices tab.
  4. Position the mouse over a backup to display the serial number of the backed-up device. iPhone and cellular iPad models also display the IMEI/MEID and Cellular Data Number:
    iTunes Devices showing iPad Wi-Fi + 3G info

How to Identify A Fake Samsung Galaxy Phone

Difference Between a Clone and an Original Device

There are noticeable differences we can find under Hardware, Software and physical view. Lets see what are the physical differences we can spot.

What you see here is a low grade S4 clone. most easiest clones to spot. Home button is way below the screen, top and bottom bezels are huge, Samsung logo is big, Screen is not an edge to edge one,even it's not an 5 inch and the rear side features cheap plastic cover with pattern less design. Samsung branding could covered by a sticker as it can fade away when we scratch it. even the front side Samsung branding can be removed by few scratches. Battery is surely less than 2600mAh due to smaller dimensions of the phone.

This is the real deal. The above image shows one of the best 1:1 clones in the market. Meet HDC Galaxy S4 Legend. HDC mobiles is no doubt the best clone maker of Samsung handsets. As you can see, it's identical to the original S4 from physical overview. Latest version comes with a glass layer on top of the screen,so we can't scratch the logo off. screen goes edge to edge and features a real 5" screen, home button is on the right spot and back panel have those patterns that an original S4 have. it's an advantage for S4 Legend users they can use original S4's battery and casings thanks to the copying skills of HDC. These clones have only hardware and software differences although the type of plastic used is different.

On the Hardware Side Everything is different and cheap. Most S4 clones uses Mediatek processors clocking at 1.2Ghz, even though they are quad core or dual core chips, the architecture is Cortex-A7. Actually it's not bad for day to day use. but the problem comes when playing heavy graphics games and heavy multitasking.

Storage is limited to 8GB or usually 4GB, and from that around 2GB is user accessible. RAM is 1GB in most S4 clones but pre installed edited AnTuTu app shows different values. As i mentioned before, best clones are made by the Chinese phone manufacturer HDC. if you pay a visit to their HDC website you can see how the things work. The following image is taken from their site.

These are the specifications of HDC Galaxy S4 Spark, Same conditions apply for S4 Legend. The screen is actually a 5" 720p IPS pannel. But in system info, it shows 1080p. And the Super AMOLED sticker on the phone will trick you thinking it really has a AMOLED panel. Like i said storage is 4GB and system shows 16GB. Batteries are the worst case. Clones bundles with 2 batteries in most scenarios. These batteries are showing 2600mAh but they don't have the real capacity. Original factory made S4 battery weights around 70g while clone batteries just 40g.
Camera in HDC legend is a 13MP shooter but takes verry noisy images. My 3.2MP camera in Nokia 6210 takes much better images than that. (link to a Sample image from HDC Galaxy Legend 13MP camera -Click Here )

From the software side, most clones run Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean. Take another look at the spec sheet above. Android version is 4.2.9 what does that mean? There is no 4.2.9 version in Android 4.2.X series. The device could run 4.2.2 or 4.2.1 instead. HDC made custom UI is almost identical to Samsung's TouchWiz UI. Keep in mind you don't have split screen multi-window feature in clones although they have a side app bar.

Those are the major Hardware differences in Clones. Now if you already know you have purchased a replica let's see what are the advantages and down sides. For those who got a replica by cheating sellers who sells these phones as original, i feel sorry for them.

ADVANTAGES -  Relatively newer version of Android covers your needs
                              Play Store Access
                              Feeble chipset and hardware but does your daily needs
                              Big screen entertainment and easy to type
                              Hardware parts are available
                              Original S4 battery can be used (Only with HDC S4 Legend) 

FLOPS               -  No information about SAR values
                              Number of complains of bezel cracking
                              No NFC, Screen Protection               
                              Low capacity batteries
                              Screen get's less sensitive and often dead pixels
                              No Genuine Software Tweaks,camera modes and some sensors.
                              No warranty / hard to claim warranty

 Finally let's move on to spotting a Samsung replica

Most clones comes with a genuine wooden looking Samsung package. But inside contains flip covers and sometimes two batteries and small gadgets like USB card readers. Documentation and USB cable is present in the box but i have no idea about the headset whether it's a original or fake or about it's audio quality.

These HDC phones are manufactured to work with Samsung codes like *#0*# but try to see if all things work by this LCD test code. if nothing happens for that code it's a replica.

Type some codes used in original Samsung phones
*#1234# (View SW Version PDA, CSC, MODEM)
*#0*# (General Test Mode) 
*#12580369# (SW & HW Info) 
*#197328640# (Service Mode) 
*#0228# (ADC Reading) 
*#32489# (Ciphering Info) 
*#232337# (Bluetooth Address) 
*#232331# (Bluetooth Test Mode) 
If these codes are working, then it is an original one.
From the screen you can also identify a replica and for that you must have a knowledge about AMOLED screens. take this image for an example, 
AMOLED screens have a deep vibrant colors while clones with normal TFT LCD or IPS LCD has whitish bright colors.
You can also check a Samsung phone with a micro USB Jig. One the jig is connected to your phone (Phone should be switched off before connecting the jig) it turns on and put the phone in to Download mode. if it isn't getting to download mode it's a replica
If the Baseband version is starting from "MAUI" or the Android version shows not official release,something like 4.2.9 like we saw above ,that's a replica too
And some replicas shows Android version as a latest but the build number shows what's really installed. see the image above. Android version is Android 4.2.2 but the build number is GINGERBREAD.25KJB which means it runs Android 2.3.x version.
Finally by removing the back cover you can spot a replica as shown in the image below.
Note : Most HDC clones comes under "Made in Korea By Samsung" manufacturer statement but it's Chinese for real.

FINAL WORDS : If you want to buy an Original S4 from local store make sure to check the facts you saw in the post. If you owning an replica by purpose don't keep it in your pockets (specially males) for long time since we don't know about SAR values. If you want a buy a S4 replica, buy a HDC Legend and also buy factory made Samsung battery since it's the best clone available currently in the market. These factors apply for the other Samsung phones as well. But i wanted to talk specially about Galaxy S4 as it's the device most people wanted to get in their hands.

Hope this post would help you guys and if have any questions or you know anything more than this please feel free to share with us in the comments below.

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Codes for Nokia phones

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Codes for Nokia phones

Code Function
*#0000# or *#999# Display software version
*#7780# Reset all settings, then enter the special code (12345 by default).
*#7370# or *#62209526# Hard reset: reset all settings and erase all data, then enter the special code (12345 by default).
*#92702689# Service Menu
*#746025625# Shows if the "sim clock stop allowed" mode is supported and activated. This is an energy saving feature.
*#67705646# erase provider logo
*#7370925538# erase suitcase (including password)
*#2820# display Bluetooth device address
*#62209526# display MAC device address (only for devices with WLAN/WiFi)
##634# Start diagnostic tool (windows phones)


Call diversion for all phone or network


Call diversion when busy:

Code Funktion
**67*number# Divert to the given number
#67# deactivate call diversion
##67# Erase call diversion
*#67# Request status for call diversion

Call diversion in case the handset is turned off or has not coverage:

Code Function
**62*number# Divert to the given number
#62# deactivate call diversion
##62# Erase call diversion
*#62# Request status for call diversion

Call diversion for not responding

Code Function
**61*number**x# Divert to the given number aber x seconds (x=5,10,15,20,25,30)
#61# Deactivate call diversion
##61# Erase call diversion
*#61# Request status of call diversion

Call diversion for all conditions above: