Monday, November 25, 2013

Nokia First Cross-border Terminal Exposures: Configuration Greatly Upgraded

With the arrival of WP8 GDR3, Nokia will launch a series of large-screen smartphones. According to the latest news, the Nokia first Cross-border terminal will be released in October this year.

The terminal will be equipped with a six-inch screen, and even one more terminal will come out with 1080p and quad-core processors (screen size is unknown yet but at least will be six inches). Also, the terminal owns the 41 million pixel camera as Lumia 1020 does. Rumors goes that it may be exactly the upgrade version of Lumia 1020 equipped with the same Xiaolong 800 processor and 1080p screen. The only difference is the new one will be promoted to a larger screen size.

News also reveals that Nokia has designed the Lumia 82X as the upgrade version of Lumia 820. It will be with 720p screen and quad-core processors and Lumia 825 is said to be 5.2 inches. Moreover, Nokia tablets are going to be on sale as well in this September. Resources tell that they are set to be whether 10.5 inches or 8.5 inches. So, keep attention please. More wonders are waiting for you in the following two months.

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Monday, November 18, 2013

How to Restore Soaked Phone to New

This low-end post is only for new hands, the highly skilled can click the fork in the upper right corner to leave.
First of all, don't panic, we put the case into three situations:
1. The phone fell into water when it is energized;
2. The phone fell into noncorrosive liquid when it is power cut;
3. The phone fell into unclean water when it is energized or fell into corrosive liquid, sticky liquid or other unclean liquid whether it is energized.

Here is my personal advice for the three different situations:

First, in the case that the phone fell into water when it is energized, you usually don't need to take apart the phone for processing.
1. Power off as soon as possible.
2. Forcibly shake it dry to get rid of the water in the screen, but don't drop the device. If water droplets remain within the screen, there will be marks when it's dried.
3. Put it under the desk lamp, light such slight heat sources to let the water evaporate slowly. This process requires more than six hours. Be patient. Don't use strong heat source such as hair dryer, which will screw things up.
After the three steps, generally, your device can work normally after it is wired up.

Second, the phone fell into noncorrosive liquid when it is power cut.
1. Shake it dry hard, but don't throw the device.
2. If there is no mark on the LCD screen, deal with it according to step 3 of the first case.
3. If something left on the screen and it is severe, don't tackle it according to the step 3 of the first case. Though it can make the electronic circuit work normally, the screen may be quite ugly. You can send it to the nearest maintenance department to handle it or open the device to clean up by yourself. (The one with poor hands-on skill had better send it to the professionals.)

Third, the phone fell into unclean water when it is energized or fell into corrosive liquid, sticky liquid or other unclean liquid whether it is energized.
1. Power off as soon as possible.
2. If it fell into the corrosive liquid (e.g., seawater), flush it with clean water immediately. Or put the device into clean water and try to dilute the internal corrosive liquid.
3. Disassemble the device as soon as possible, but be careful.
4. Clean it with alcohol or professional device-washing water.
5. Assemble. Or you can give the whole pack of parts to the maintenance point to clean up and assemble for you.

Sunday, November 10, 2013

One Click Root Third-party Recovery for HTC One

For a HTC One user, no matter for what reasons your want to root your device, with root access, you truly own your phone by overcoming limitations that carriers and manufacturers put on. Android is one of the most open and customizable mobile operating systems. But there's some risk involved rooting your device.
Here we bring HTC One users the simplest tutorials for one click rooting third-party Recovery. New hands don't need to worry much about the complicated procedures. With just one click, you can root the third-party REC with ease. As you know, only when you root it can you root the third-party ROM. Generally, third-party ROM is in ZIP format. The following is the simplest HTC One one-click root tutorial:
-Make sure your phone can be connect with the computer via a USB cable.
-Download and install the suitable HTC One (M7) Drivers on the computer.
-Download one-click root Recovery package.
When the preparations are done, unpack the Recovery package, open the extracted folder and perform a Double-click on the "run.bat" file. Done!
When the rooting is finished, you can check if your HTC One has been rooted or not by the "Root Checker" app. You can download it and install it on your phone.

Now you may know how to root the HTC one with one click method. But for the sake of safety, if you're not an advanced android user, you're strongly advised to leave it to the skilled who have enough experience on the rooting process.
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Sunday, November 3, 2013

How to Unlock and Root the Nexus 7

The Nexus 7 is a powerful device. Though it has received significant attention, many Android users might not know its real power when it's unencumbered by carriers. To release its power, you have to root it, which will make it more useful.
This post is teaching you how to unlock Bootloader and root Nexus 7 in detailed steps. To root Nexus 7 is with no difficulty attached in principle—unlock the bootloader, use fasboot to root TWRP Recovery, followed by TWRP rooting by which finally root Nexus7 on Android 4.3. This is the general procedure and the following will show you the steps in detail.
Please note that rooting has risk involved. Here we are not held liable for any damage to your device due to the instructions you follow.


Before you start, please make sure that fastboot driver is installed, if not, please follow the instructions below.
Please note that the unlocking will erase all data, so please make a full backup before that. (Or you can recover data from Android with some third-part software)

Unlock Nexus 7 Bootloader
1. Install Android SDK ( In fact, you only need fastboot.exe and adb.exe (download from here), and place them in specific location. Here we put them in C:/adb (built adb directory under the root directory of disc C);
2. Install Google USB driver (;
3. Turn on USB Debugging on Nexus 7;
4. Open a command prompt and enter C:/adb (where you had placed the fastboot.exe and adb.exe);
5. Input the following command: adb reboot bootloader;
6. Once n 7 2 had entered into bootloader mode, input this command in command prompt: fastboot oem unlock;
7. Use the volume button "+" on n7 to select "Yes" and confirm it by power button;
8. When the n7 screen says Unlocked, select "Start" by the volume button and confirm it by power button.
Once these steps are done, the bootloader is unlocked. Next, let's begin the rooting of Nexus 7 2.

Root TWRP Recovery and then root N7
1. Download SuperSU. The latest version is 1.4.5, the follow-up can be updated by play store:
2. Place SuperSU under the system root of n7;
3. Download TWRP recovery.img file to C:/adb (the directory where you placed fastboot.exe and adb.exe by which the needed commands is completed) (a crucial step);
TWRP Download:
4. Make sure that your n7 is connected with computer and has entered bootloader mode, if not, please repeat step 4 and step 5 in the above unlocking toturial.
5. Launch a command prompt and input:fastboot flash recovery "recovery.img" (replacing "recovery.img" with the actual name of the recovery file);
6. Once the rooting of TWRP is completed, the interface is still in Bootloader mode, please use volume down button to find out Recovery Mode and press power button to confirm;
7. Next, follow the steps below:
b:Enter Select Zip to install
c:Find the SuperSU zip file you saved and select it
d:Select yes and root SuperSU
8. Post rooting, reboot the device.

That's it. That's rooting, which you may have heard a hundred times before but never do it. If you've got one, you may take a risk to have a try. Rooting the Nexus 7 is really easy. Or now you may have unlocked the bootloader and root your Nexus 7. Enjoy!