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  • Jay 5:32 am on April 21, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, Apps, , Facebook features, Facebook Platform, Fast Facebook, , SMS   

    Fast Facebook Brings Slimmed Down ExperienceWhat do many users often request from the Facebook mobile app development team? A faster, less bloated experience for starters. And a way to theme it would be nice as well. Whether it is small bug fixes or big feature omissions, there are a lot of users who are frustrated and dissatisfied with the official Facebook application. Now, those users have a second option.

    XDA Forum Member taomorpheus has created a Facebook application dubbed Fast Facebook, which looks to fill in the gaps where the old Facebook left off. It promises a much faster and smoother Facebook experience, without sacrificing any of the features. It even includes a few features that the standard Facebook application lacks.

    Fast Facebook can be themed. Unlike other themed versions of the Facebook application, there are theme packs for Fast Facebook that allow users to change the look themselves and upload their own backgrounds from their photo gallery. Think desktop wallpaper, but for Facebook. The application also features pretty much everything you’d need in a Facebook app, including the chat function, usual notifications, posting on walls, and so on. The application’s big claims to fame, however, is how it is designed to be streamlined and run more quickly and is based on Android 4.0 design language. It is a beta, though, so expect there to be a few bugs when roving around. taomorpheus is working hard to iron them out but a beta is a beta.

    More information, screen shots, download links, change logs, and feature lists are available in the google play. Go get your Facebook on in a different way.

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  • Jay 5:42 pm on April 8, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, , , new features, Online Communities, , ,   

    LinkedIn App for your Handheld Devices 

    LinkedIn is one of popular social media. Now, you can stay connected with your account on your android with LinkedIn app for android. The current version is LinkedIn 2.0.2 android. You can download the app for free via android market. Here is the detail about LinkedIn 2.0.2.

    LinkedIn 2.0.2 apk android

    LINKEDIN 2.0.2 APK ANDROID

    Get on-the-go access to your professional network with LinkedIn for Android. Find and connect with more than 120M members worldwide, read the latest industry news, keep up-to-date with your groups, and share content with your network from anywhere. This is official app from LinkedIn for your android phone or tablet.LinkedIn 2.0.2 android brings some new features and improvements. Here are the new features:

    • Support for Move to SD card!
    • Fixed connection photos so they now update as part of Connection Sync.
    • Sharing to Twitter is back! Anything you share or re-share from the app can be sent to Twitter.
    • In-app notifications for new messages and invitations.
    • Various bug fixes and tweaks based on user feedback.

    DOWNLOAD LINKEDIN 2.0.2 APK ANDROID

    Now, if you want to stay connected with your LinkedIn account on your android, download Download LinkedIn 2.0.2 APK from the link below.

    Download LinkedIn 2.0.2 via Android Market

     
  • Jay 9:38 pm on April 4, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, File manager, , India, Read-only memory, SanDisk, Secure Digital, ZIP (file format)   

    Android 2.3.6 Update (SD CARD ERROR Fixed) 

    Hi Guys, most of you might be having a very
    disturbing problem of SD card removed unexpectedly.
    Well the previous 2.3.6 update was doing that.
    Here is a stable version of Android 2.3.6 which
    overcomes that problem.
    This will also remove the anomaly of Phone restarting
    again and again for no reason.

    NOTE – This is the Indian version of Android 2.3.6

    The method to install this is very easy and
    similar to the previous update.

    Download the Update from here – LINK

    To install this just follow the previous method given in this post – LINK

    For video Tutorial watch this –Image

     
  • Jay 3:33 pm on April 3, 2012 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Android, App Store, Backup, IDevice, IOS, iPhone, iTunes, World Backup Day   

    WORLD BACK UP DAY!!! – Celebrate by Backing Up all your stuff. 

    Today is World Backup Day, a holiday that celebrates the task we all know we should be doing, but one that’s way too easy to ignore—until your hard drive starts to grind or your phone decides to go for a swim. Lucky for you, World Backup Day falls on a Saturday this year. You’ve got the time. Now let’s back up that data.

    We’ve covered backup from virtually every angle, and for every platform. Think of this post as the index for all your backup needs.

    Priority One: Your Computer

    First, let’s start with the big one: Your computer.

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    Set Up an Automated, Bulletproof File Back Up Solution

    Whether you’re a Windows, Mac, or Linux user, here’s our recommended method of backing up your computer. This post will help you back up your hard drive both locally (so you can quickly get back up and running if anything goes awry) and off-site (so that if your computer’s stolen or your house burns down you can still get your data back).

    If you want to beef up your on-site backups, you may also want to look into how to turn your old computer into a network-backup machine with FreeNAS.

    Priority Two: Your Phone

    Already got your computer backed up. Congrats, redundancy pro! You deserve a badge! Now let’s turn to that other device with a hard drive you count on daily: Your phone. This section is divvied into iPhone and Android backup options.

    First, for the iPhone crowd:

    You already know that iTunes backs up your phone when you plug your iPhone into your computer and sync, so that’s kind of a no-brainer. But if you really want to back up that iPhone and you don’t mind jailbreaking, you’ve got an even better option:

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    How to Set Up a Fully Automated App and Settings Backup on Your Jailbroken iDevice

    This guide will walk you through how tofully back up your iOS device’s data, and do so wirelessly and automatically. Here’s how it works.

    Oh, and even if you decide you only want to back up your iOS device using the default iTunes route, you may want to keep two things in mind: First, make sure you back up that back up. If you’re already backing up your computer (remember that backup method we linked to above?), then you’re already on top of this. Second, you may want to consider encrypting your iPhone backups with iTunes. Doing so means you won’t have to re-enter your passwords in the event you have to restore your device at a later date.

    Now for the Android crowd:

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    How to Set Up a Fully Automated App and Settings Backup on Android

    In an ideal world, your Android’s apps, their settings, and your system settings would automatically back up to the cloud so that if you lost your phone, bought a new one, or installed a new custom ROM, setting up a fresh device with everything in place would be a piece of cake. That’s not how it works by default, which is why we’ve detailed how to set up a fully automated app and settings backup on Android. Do it!

    If you’re backing up like a champ, it’ll be exceptionally easy to upgrade to a new phone and take all your data with you. Good times.

    Priority Three: Your Email

    Most of us have had our email accounts for years, which means your inbox is more than just a tool you use to communicate daily; it’s also a shoebox of digital memories. So back up those memories, already!

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    How to Back Up Your Gmail the Easy and Cheap Way

    If your inbox suddenly went blank, where would you turn? This post walks throughhow to back up your Gmail the cheap and easy way, but many of the methods therein also apply to any email account, whether or not it’s Google powered.

    Priority Four: Back Up Your Webapps

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    How to Protect Your Data in the Event of a Webapp Shutdown (and Prevent the Problem in the Future)

    In many ways, the web is a great place for your data. Most serious web companies follow a considerably more rigorous data backup and redundancy strategy than you do. That said, the world’s not perfect. A service might shut down overnight, or one web site might not be taking backup as seriously as they should. Here’s how to protect your data in the event of a webapp shutdown or other data loss. Basically how to back up that business.

    Priority Five: Games and Media

    If you’ve already got your most important data backed up, you may want to turn to less mission-critical forms of data—for example, your video games and media.

    For starters, let’s take a look at all those Blu-Rays:

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    The Hassle-Free Guide to Ripping Your Blu-Ray Collection

    Blu-Ray may be majestic, but it also has more copy protection than any other format around, and playing it on your computer can be difficult to impossible. Here’s how to rip and back them up.

    How to Rip a DVD to Your Computer

    If you’d simply like to get rid of your old-school DVDs, hit up our step-by-step guide to ripping a DVD to your computer.

    Lastly, let’s back up those video games. Unfortunately it’s not as easy to back up your games in a playable fashion across consoles, but we have covered some great options for Nintendo lovers.

    It's World Backup Day! Celebrate by Finally Backing Up Your Stuff

    How to Back Up and Play Your Wii Games from an External Hard Drive

    First, our guide to backing up and playing Wii games from an external hard drive lets you keep expensive discs out of harms way, decrease game load times, and organize your collection with swanky cover art.

    How to Hack Your Nintendo DS for Easy Backups and Single-Cartridge Playback

    Finally, you can also hack your Nintendo DS for easy backups, and even play a handful of great games from one simple cartridge.

     
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