Friday, 29 June 2012

Trick to make free Calls From Internet to mobile Phone

Hello Friends..

Now a day’s VoIP (Voice Over Internet protocol) is going to change our internet experience by providing free calling facility all over the world by just using internet..
We all love to make free calls from internet..:)
There are lots of websites and web-clients offering internet to internet calling facility..Gtalk is One of them...

But what if I tell you the trick by which you can make calls from free internet to mobile phones..?
Isn’t it Sound Cool..?

Hmm..To Make Free Calls From your pc To Mobile Phones All You need is a MIC or Headphone and Yahoo Messenger...

STEP 1: Install Yahoo Messenger..if You don’t have Yahoo Messenger On Your Pc Then Follow This Download Link  And Download The Latest Version.

STEP 2: Sign In to Your Yahoo Messenger By Using Your Yahoo Id And Password.

STEP 3: Configure Your MIC or Headphone In Yahoo Messenger..

STEP 4: Inside Your Yahoo Messenger dial  +18003733411 ..As You Can See In Image Below..

Now A Small window Will Pop-up…

STEP 5: After That An operator greets you with a recorded welcome message along with an advertisement and asks you to select one of the Free411 service. Just hear the services options until they say the last one as “Free Call”. When you hear this, don’t press any number on your keyboard and instead SAY “Free call” loudly on your microphone connected to your PC.
After this voice message is detected by their System, they will run a short advertisement of their sponsor Don’t Press Any Number At That Time..

WAIT UNTIL YOU HEAR A BEEP SOUND after the following message “Please dial the phone number with country code first (i.e “1 for north America Or 91 For India”)

 Now Your Call Will Be Connected And You Can Call 7 Continuous minutes For Free..

After Disconnected…Repeat The Same Procedure Again..You Can Able To make Multiple and Unlimited Calls By Using This Can Also make International Calls By Using This Trick..

For More Tricks Like This..Stay Tuned With Us.. :))

Want To Spy Anyone's Mobile Phone By Just Sending SMS Remotly Then Read Trick From Here..
How To Spy Your Girlfriend Mobile Phone With A Free Software Remotly
Tuesday, 26 June 2012

Trick To Reset Memory Card Password

Hello Friends,

Many Of Us have A Common Habit To Put Password In Things To Keep Our Things Secrete..But Some Times This Habit Becomes a cause of our frustration..If you read the title of the post then you know that for what i am talking for..:(Yeah you are right..i am talking about Reset of Memory Card Password..
Why I said That Memory Card Password Recovery Becomes a Cause of Our Frustration...?
Its Simple..Cause If anyone Set A password In Memory Card Then It Is Not Easily Recoverable.. Even It doesn't Remove After Formatting..:(
off-course many of Online tools and software claims that they can able to Reset Memory Card Password..But They Are Only a Waste Of time And Money..

But Friends There Is a Possible Way By Which You Can Able To Reset Memory Card Password.. I tried This Method And Works Fine For Me..So today I am Sharing It With You :)

So Lets Start..
STEP 1: If You Are Using A Java Based Or Any Other Phone Then First Of all You Have To Insert Your Memory Card In To A Symbian Phone to Reset Memory Card Password..if You don't have any Symbian Phone..Contact With Your Friends You will Find it Easily.. :)

STEP 2: After That Go To This Downloading Link And Download X-plore.. X-plore is a free symbian File Manager Utility.

STEP 3: Then Install X-plore On Your Symbian Mobile.

STEP 5: Open X-plore And Press 0 "To Show System Files".

STEP 6: After That Go To The Following Path C:/SYS/DATA/MMCSTORE with X-plore.

STEP 7:Press 3 under Options To Set It in Hex Viwer.

STEP 8: In Third Column You Will See A Line Of Code Like This... TMSD02G (c??”?x???8?2?1?2?6)

Check The Character Between '?'
Bingo Its Your Password..i.e  8216 :))
Now Reset Memory Card Password by entering this password.

For More Cool Tricks Like This..Check Our Mobile Phone Trick Index.. :)
Saturday, 23 June 2012

How To Recover Deleted Sms From Your Nokia Java Based Phones

I am Using Nokia Cell Phones From Last 4-5 Years But Didn't Found Any Serious Bug In Them,After all Nokia Is A Big Multi National Company.

But Believe Me...Nokia Cell Phone Also Contains Some Serious Bugs..By Which We Can Able To Recover Our Deleted SMS..

This Bug Is First Discovered By "Davide Del Vecchio". He Writes Nokia About That Bug.But They Don't Give Any Intention To Release A Patch For It.

So Friends At Last time I wrote A Article On "How To Recover Your Deleted Sms From your Nokia Phone" But It is Only For Symbian Series Nokia Phones.

And One Of Techwarlock Reader Commented On That Article That 70% of Nokia Phones Are Java Enabled And How Anyone Can Able To Recover Deleted SMS From Nokia Java Based Phones...So Today I have Decided To Show You A Trick By Which You Can Able To Retrive Or Recover Deleted SMS from Java Based Nokia Phone. :)

So Here's The Trick..

STEP 1: First Download And Install A Nokia Pc Suite For Your Mobile Phone.
You Can Download It From Here.

STEP 2:Connect Your Mobile Phone With Pc Suite.

STEP 3:Now Create A backup For Your Mobile Contents On Your Hard disk.

STEP 4: It Will Create A Huge Number Of .dat Files On Specified Directory.

STEP 5:Download And Install Software Named "Cygwin" From Here.

Cygwin Is A software Which Gives A linux Environment On Windows.

STEP 6: Open Cygwin And Open Your Backup Directory.
by Using Cd Command.
Syntax for that command Is..

Cd "full path to your specified directory". (without Quotes)

STEP 7: Then After Type "ls -al | less
" without Quotes And Press Enter.
You Will See Something Like This.
total 0016
drwx------+ 2 Administrator Akv      0 Feb  6 01:35 .
drwx------+ 7 Administrator Akv      0 Feb  5 23:00 ..
-rwx------+ 1 Administrator Akv   2972 Nov 27  2003 1.dat
-rwx------+ 1 Administrator Akv  22913 Nov 27  2003 10.dat

STEP 8:Now Choose A File To Examine.

For i.e Type "
strings 3102.dat | less"
where 3102.dat is a file name for which you want to examine.
And Press Enter.
You Will See Some Part Of the Deleted SMS Like.

Hello How Are Yo

STEP 9: Now Just Search For The Matching Text By Using Grep Command...Now Type

grep -i "Hello How Are Yo"

And Press Enter
you Will See Something Like This..
Binary file 1770.dat matches

Binary file 3102.dat matches

"3102.dat is The file That We are Examining and 1770.dat is the File That Contains the Complete SMS"

STEP 10: Now Type "
strings 1770.dat"
where 1770.dat is Your File Name.

And Press Enter

Bingo... :)

The Complete SMS is On Your Screen...

You Can Do the Same To Recover All Deleted SMS.

For Any Queries..Leave Your Valuable Comments.. :)

Use Cell Phone As Remote Control For Tv

Hello Friends..

Believe me Or Not but Recently, Samsung Has Launched a Small FREE Android Application On Google Play by Which Anyone Can Able To use his Android Mobile Phone As A Remote Control For Tv. :)

Application Have A cool user Interference Which Works Well On A Gentle Touch.

You Can Able To Download Application From Google Play by Typing "Samsung Remote" In Search Bar.

After Downloading..Install That Application On Your Android Phone To Use Cell Phone As Remote Control For Tv.

After Installation, The all You have To Do is To Connect Your SAMSUNG Tv and Your Cell Phone On Same Access Point.

If Your Tv Still Didn't appear On Your Smartphone Then Click On "Refresh".
It Will Soon Discover All The Tv Sets Which Are Connected To Same Access Point.As You Can Able To See In Image Below.
Click On Any of the Avaliable Tv set And Then Enjoy A Remote Which Appear In Your Mobile Phone.

I Like Samsung Remote Because It Have The Every Option that General Tv Remote Supports.
You can Change Channels,volume leavels with The help Of this.
As Well Have It Have Advance Features Like..

Turn Tv ON/OFF
Channel List
Smart Hub
Social Tv

And many More..

So What Are You Waiting For Download This Great Application And Change Your Television experience..And Impress Your Friends By Using Cell Phone As Remote Control For Tv :)

Enjoy.. :)
Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Hide Folders And Files In Your Android Phone Without Using Any Software

We All Know That Android is a Linux-based operating system for mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Linux Based Operating System Means That Tricks Of Linux Can Be Applied On Android Phones... :)

Do You know That We Can Hide File And Folders In Linux By Just Starting The Name Of File Or Folders With a "." ?

So What You Think This Trick Will Apply On Linux Based Phones Or Not...?.Lets Try This..

STEP 1: Install a file manager in your android phone, to do this,Go to Android market and search for file manager and install anyone.

STEP 2: Open the file manager and go to the folder which you want to hide. (If you want to hide certain specific files,then put them in a folder).

STEP 3: Rename the folder starting with a “.” Example: If you want to hide the “movies” folder,then rename the folder to “.movies”

STEP 4: Done!!! Now Onwards Android Video Player and Gallery Doesn't Able To Find that Folder.

NOTE: If You Want To Unhide This..Then Open The File Manager And Remove That "."


Post Your Message To All Facebook Groups In a Single Click

Hello friends..

Today i will show You a Trick By Which You can Able To Post Your message In All Or Selected Facebook Groups Of Your List In a Single Click.This Is a Small But Powerful Trick You Can Use This To promote Your Blog To All Facebook Groups.But Please Don't Misuse this Trick To Spam Alot.

So Lets Start The Trick..

STEP 1: Go To

STEP 2: Login To Your Facebook Account By using Fconnect Button.After That You will See Something Like This.

STEP 3:  Put Your Message In "Your Message Field."...

You Can Also Able To Put Link To Any Site Which You Want To Post With Your Message By Pasting Its URL in "Post Link (URL)" Field.

If You Want To add Any Image With Your Message And Link Then You Can Do this By Pasting The URL of Image "Post Image Link (URL)" Or Alternatively You Can Upload A Picture From Your Computer.

STEP 4: After That Select The Groups Which You Want To Publish Your Post. If You Want To Publish Your Post To All Groups Then Click Mark On "Select All".

STEP 5: Finally Click On To "Fpost" Button At The Bottom of the Page To Post Your Message In All Groups..

Enjoy.. :)
Saturday, 16 June 2012

Develop Your First Android Application

We have Started From A Formal Description Of Android Application Development ..Then After We Had Learned About How To Configure Your System With Eclipse To Develop Your Android Apps..Then We Learned About How To Setup Android Virtual Device To Test Our Android Applications..

If You Didn't Read My Last Articles On these..Its Highly Recommended To Go Through That Articles..

Anyways So finally we are now ready to build our first android app. usually you start with  “hello world” program as your first program in any programming language but here let’s start with something new and a small app that uses a button which when clicked shows a message . Here you are going to learn how to use button, edit text and give background to your app in xml file. Before you start developing this app its necessary to know about the project structure.

Here is how a project structure tree looks when you create an Android project.

The brief description of important files/folders in the Android project structure is as follows

The src folder contains the Java source code files of your application organized into packages. You can have more than one package in your Android application. Its always a good practice to break the source code of your application into different packages based on its core functionality.  All the source files of your Activities, Services etc. Goes into this folder. In the above screen, you can see the source file of the Activity that we created for our project.

The files in the gen folder are automatically generated by the ADT. Here the file contains reference/index to all the resources in the res we use in our program. Each time we add a new resource to the project, ADT will automatically regenerate the file containing reference to the newly added resource. You should not edit the contents of file manually or otherwise your application may not compile.

/ANDROID <version number>
This folder is also called Android target library in Android project structure. The version number will be same as the build target version that we choose while creating a new project. The android.jar file contains all the essential libraries required for our program.

The assets folder is used to store raw asset files. You can keep any raw data in the assets folder and there’s an asset manager in Android to read the data stored in the folder. The raw data can be anything such as audio, video, images etc. On important point about assets folder is that the data stored in this folder can’t be referenced by an ID. To access a data in this folder, we have to work with bits and bytes.

/bin folder is where our compiled application files go. When we successfully compile an application, this folder will contain java class files, dex files which are executable under Dalvik virtual machine, apk archives etc.

Res folder is where we store all our external resources for our applications such as images, layout XML files, strings, animations, audio files etc.

Sub folders:
This folder contains the bitmap file to be used in the program. There are three different folders to store drawables. They are drawable-ldpi, drawable-mdpi, and drawable-hdpi. The folders are to provide alternative image resources to specific screen configurations. Ldpi, mdpi & hdpi stands for low density, medium density & high density screens respectively. The resources for each screen resolutions are stored in respective folders and the android system will choose it according to the pixel density of the device.

An XML file that defines the User Interface goes in this folder.

XML files that define simple values such as strings, arrays, integers, dimensions, colors, styles etc. are placed in this folder.

XML files that define menus in your application go in this folder

Android Manifest file

AndroidManifest.xml is one of the most important file in the Android project structure. It contains all the information about your application. When an application is launched, the first file the system seeks is the Android Manifest file. It actually works as a road map of your application, for the system.
The Android Manifest file contains information about:
  • Components of your application such as Activities, services etc.
  • User permissions required
  • Minimum level of Android API required

Finally done with lots of reading of Project Structure Tree it’s time to try out your first app.

Step 1: Go to file -> New -> project->Expand Android And Select Android Application Project

Step 2- Choose the lowest version API level in “minimum Required SDK” if you installed any lower version below API 16 because an app build on lower version API always supported by their successive higher version.
Remember here you can only deploy your app on Android 4.1 as you set the target so.

Step 3- After entering all the details as above you can see the next screen in which you can change the background, foreground color and image etc only if you want and click next.

Step 4- Here you can change the activity name which is going to display in your tiltle of your app bydefault it displays MainActivity but I changed it to the app name i.e., SampleAppActivity (naming convention is same as used in java) then click finish .

Its going to create a SampleAppActivity java file ,activity_sample_app xml file and other folders and files which you can check out in the package explorer the screen shot of which is already described in project tree structure.
Here is how your SampleAppActivity java file bydefault looks –

The basic unit of an Android application is an Activity. An Activity displays the user interface of your application, which may contain widgets like buttons, labels, text boxes, etc. Typically, you define your UI using an XML file .For example, the activity_sample_app xml.xml file located in the res/layout folder, which may look like this (bydefault) –

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<RelativeLayout xmlns:android=""
    android:layout_height="match_parent" >

        tools:context=".MainActivity" />


When you run the following code you can get to see the following screen on your emulator

Now in order to develop the app as required we need to edit these two files. Just edit as explained below:
Switch back to activity_sample_app xml file and edit as follows or simply copy the below code.
1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
2. <RelativeLayout
3. xmlns:android=""
4. xmlns:tools=""
5. android:layout_width="match_parent"
6. android:layout_height="match_parent"
7. android:background="@drawable/image" >
9.    <TextView
10.    android:id="@+id/textView1"
11.    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
12.    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
13.    android:layout_alignParentLeft="true"
14.    android:layout_centerVertical="true"
15.    android:gravity="left"
16.    android:padding="@dimen/padding_medium"
17.    android:text="@string/hello_friends"
18.    android:textColor="@color/turquoise"
19.    android:textSize="35dp"
20.    android:textStyle="italic"
21.    android:typeface="serif" />
23.   <Button
24.    android:id="@+id/button1"
25.    android:layout_width="wrap_content"
26.    android:layout_height="wrap_content"
27.    android:layout_alignParentBottom="true"
28.    android:layout_alignParentLeft="true"
29.    android:layout_marginBottom="24dp"
30.    android:layout_marginLeft="18dp"
31.   android:background="@drawable/img"
 32.   android:text="@string/Go"
 33.   android:textStyle="italic" />
 35. </RelativeLayout>

Now open SampleAppActivity java file and add the code((the bold lines are added) or else copy the code.  (Don't Copy The Line Numbers With Code)
1. package com.LearnAndroid.SampleApp;

2. import;
3. import android.os.Bundle;
4. import android.view.View;
5. import android.view.View.OnClickListener;
6. import android.widget.Button;
7. import android.widget.Toast;

8. public class SampleAppActivity extends Activity {
9.   /** Called when the activity is first created. */
10.   @Override
11.    public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) {
12.        super.onCreate(savedInstanceState);
13.        setContentView(R.layout.activity_sample_app);
14.        Button button = (Button)      findViewById(;
15.        button.setOnClickListener(new  OnClickListener() {
16.           @Override
17.           public void onClick(View v) {
18.         Toast.makeText(SampleAppActivity.this, "Welcome To The World Of Android", Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show();
19.           }
20.         });      
21.    }
22. }

That’s it you are now ready to run your first app. There are many ways to run the app. Just right click on the SampleApp in the package explorer you have created then Run As android application. Check out the screen shot below to run!

Please wait for a while it takes few minutes to deploy it in the emulator and when it loads voila! You have created your first app.