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How To Root Android Without Risking Android Warranty




The method is quite easy and just requires a third party software that will root your android device without any risk of voiding warranty of your android. You just need to follow some simple steps below to proceed.

Steps To Root Android Without Voiding Your Android Warranty:

Step 1. First of all download and install the best Android Rooting Software that is iRoot. This is the only program that will let you root your android device without voiding your warranty.

Step 2. Install the software and launch iRoot on your computer and you will see the screen like below.

Step 3. Now you need to enable USB debugging on your android device. For this Go to developer option and then enable it. If developer option is not enabled on your device then you can enable it by opening About Phone and tapping 7-10 times on build number.

Step 4. Now connect your android with PC using USB data cable and wait for iRoot to detect it.

Step 5. Now the Root button will get activated on iRoot software and just click on it to root your android device.

Step 6. Now wait for few minutes to complete the rooting process and your device might get restarted 2-3 times.

That’s it! you are done, now you have successfully rooted your android device without risking its warranty.

How To Shutdown A Computer By Using Cell Phone



The Requirements or Tools for this Tutorial 
1.  One cell phone with GPRS enabled.
2.  One Email ID 
3.  Microsoft Outlook on the PC to be put to shut down.
4.  Must have internet connection on your PC.

Using this method the user can shutdown, restart, hibernate the Computer just
by sending an email from their cell phone. All you need to have is Microsoft
outlook which comes with Microsoft word. The Microsoft outlook should be
installed on the PC you wish to shut down. First you need to create a batch file
to perform shutdown, restart etc. you can write them down yourself.

Note: you can complete this trick in every operating system but, here I’m representing this tutorial in “Windows 8 Pro”.
 

1.  Open your notepad and type the following:
         c:\windows\system32\shutdown -s - f -t 00
     And save it as shutdown.bat (Executable file) 







2.  Open your Microsoft outlook. Make sure that it is already configured for your email id, otherwise configured it here step by step for your email id. Note: you can complete this trick on Microsoft Office Outlook (any version like 2003, 2007, 2010). Here, I’m doing on MS Office Outlook 2010.

 
(1) After opening Outlook 2010, click on File in upper side left hand corner 
 

(2) Now, click on “Add Account” and Set up your account detail




 

(3) Now, click on “Next”. This auto account setup will configure your email server settings automatically. You can do this manually by selecting manually configure option in last step.
   

After this setup, finally click on Finish.

3. Now we will need to set Microsoft outlook in such a way that outlook checks you email every one minute. This can be set by going to “Send/Receive” tab-> “Send/Receive Group” -> “Define Send/Receive Groups”. After setting this click on close button.


4. Now, This step is to manipulate our computer (MS-Outlook) with Email message as for this, we have to set up of rules and alerts on outlook. So, again go to-> Tools – Rules and Alerts. Click on E-mail Rules tab. In new window select Check messages when they arrive and click Next


5. Now in next page, check on, on this machine only and with specific words in the subject. After checking these two values, click on specific words underlined.
          

6. Search Text window will open, in the input field type the command that shuts down the PC. You can use any commands. For prevention of accidental execution I kept %shutdown% as a command. Click on Add button after you are done and click on OK.

7. Now click on Next. In the next window check mark on start application. In the lower screen, click on application link.

8. Now you’ll be welcomed to your familiar file open window. Load all files. And select thebatch file that you’ve created to shut down your PC.
                   

9. Click on Next, again click on next (don’t choose any things in this step). And finally click on Finish button.

10. You’ll have %shutdown% alert shown in the E-mail Rules tab.
                          


11. Now, when you send a message from your phone to your e-mail address with the Subject%shutdown% your computer will trigger shutdown.bat file and instantly executes the command in that batch file finally leading to shutdown the PC.

How To Recover Deleted Browsing History

Steps To Recover Deleted Browser History Step 1. First of all download and install the tool ...

Steps To Recover Deleted Browser History

Step 1. First of all download and install the tool Systenance Index.dat on your computer.

Step 2. Now after installing it, launch the software on your PC and you will see the screen like below.

Step 3. Now click on search button there and the tool will start searching all your history files by looking up for the Index.bat file in your computer.

Step 4. When a search is complete, click on OK and you can analyze all your history in this tool.

Step 5. You can also filter the selected files by filtering them for the better analyzing of the each web page browsed.

Step 6. You can also save your history files by clicking on File and then save option there.

That’s it! You are done. With this, you can easily get back your deleted history.

Method 2. Using CMD

This method uses DNS Cache to recover deleted Chrome browsing history. You need to connect your computer to the internet and make sure you didn’t shut down or restart your system if you need to recover lost internet history.

Step 1. First of all, you need to open CMD. For that simply press Windows+R and then type CMD

Step 2. Now you need to type in the following code in Command prompt and hit the enter button.
“ipconfig /displaydns”
Step 3. Now you will get to see all your recently visited websites. This list shows all your browsing history including Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer etc.

That’s it! This is by far the easiest way to find your deleted browsing history. But, once you restart or shut down your PC, all this saved DNS cache will be lost.

How to Choose Best MicroSD card for Android Device

How to Choose Best MicroSD card for Android Device


For getting the best one, you need to follow simple and easy guide that will help you in choosin...

For getting the best one, you need to follow simple and easy guide that will help you in choosing that. So follow it below.

Type of MicroSD Card:

  • SDSC or Secure Digital Standard Capacity– Storage Capacity range from 128 MB to 2 GB and utilizes the FAT16 system.
  • SDHC or Secure Digital High Capacity– Storage Capacity range from 4GB to 32 GB and uses the FAT16 system. Not compatible with the backward device that only supports the SD card.
  • SDXC or Secure Digital Extended Capacity– Storage Capacity range from 64 GB to 2 TB and uses the exFAT16 system. Remember that these types of cards are highly advance and mid-range or low-end devices won’t accept these or work perfectly.
  • Branded MicroSD Card: Never go for any cheap quality and unknown branded MicroSD card, always choose the one from the reputable brands and only their original products. Fake always ditch!
  • Storage Capacity: Check your device compatibility for the maximum rate of the storage space of the MicroSD card that it supports. Prefer to use the MicroSD card with a slightly lower value of storage space as this would be helpful for your device to handle that much space with ease.


  • Data Transfer Speed: Different MicroSD cards have a different value of data transfer rate, and for the best performance on your Android device, you should prefer only to go for the highest compatible data transfer speed. Take a look at the different class of MicroSD card speed rates:
  • Class 2 Cards: The slowest MicroSD cards, better avoid these!
  • Class 4 and 6 Cards: Could be used for basic usage of storing photos, images or low-grade videos, etc. These cards have slightly good data transfer rate but are not meant for the Android devices. Try to avoid these types of MicroSD cards too!
  • Class 10 Cards: Better option for taking full HD videos (1080p) at a maximum of 60fps. This could be considered as the first option for your Android devices with basic quality data management but at the specifically higher speed that won’t stuck at all. This is the must to choose the type of SD card for the low end and mid end Android devices!
  • UHS-I Cards: The one of the fastest available MicroSD card type with the ultimate speed of 104 MB/s and the lowest speed of 35 MB/s. It could be easily used for 4K videos with the frame rate of 60fps.
  • UHS-II Cards: The ultimate MicroSD card in case of speed, the maximum speed up to 312 MB/s and the possible lowest speed of 152 MB/s. It could be easily used for 4K videos with the frame rate of 60fps.

Extend Android System Space

The Android 6.0 or newer version has a new function integrated within it by which the users could adopt the MicroSD storage for being used as the system space for carrying on the processes and hence after that the SD card becomes non-removable. Now if you are also willing to increase the Android system space by using the MicroSD card then always prefer to use the supported card with the highest possible speed or the transfer rate. This would affect the actual boosting of the system performance but the lower transfer rate cards don’t tend to boost up more potential of the Android device.

 After getting up all the preferable ways for choosing the best MicroSD card for your Android device, you could now easily select the best quality as well as well supported MicroSD card for your Android. Remember that if you have a best-supported MicroSD card installed on your device, then the device would interact securely and fastly with SD card without even affecting the performance of your device.

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