Monday, 29 July 2013

Tips To Speedup Your Android Smart Phone.

1. Optimize your home screen

When you load your home screen with widgets and live wallpaper, it'll slow your Device particularly if your good phone is one among the oldest ones. Trim the quantity of widgets you employ and you'll see a performance increase. However, i might encourage you to not use the widgets at all and use easy wallpapers instead. what is more, through this method, you'd have saved your batteries’ life also.

2. Grab the most effective browser that you can use simply

Many people stick to browser that came with the androids, like Internet, etc these sort of browser are slow as a result they are never being up dated. However, you may increase the speed by simply putting in one among the most recent internet browsers. a decent example is that the new Firefox app for android. Via >

3. Uninstall apps you don't like.

I know many of you making your device full of apps which really makes your device slow. However, if you are want to improve your phones speed, we counseled that you simply take a while to uninstall misbehaving /fraud apps . Note: once device is loading too several apps at same time, it tends to be slow as a result of it'll take longer to load all the apps. 
And above all please buy a fairly powerfull phone Usilalamike na una-ideos.

Wednesday, 24 July 2013

How To Disable Unwanted System Apps On Android 4.x And Up Without Root Access!

I tried Uninstalling System applications and bloatware from my phone to relieve more space unfortunately that was not possible for non-rooted phones like mine. I had to resolve to an alternative which is disabling those system applications. Luckily Android 4.x operating system comes with a very handy but underrated feature which is the ability to disable system apps. ' Kama uko na ideos sahau'.

Disabling apps is a way to basically freeze and hide any unused, unwanted, or unruly system apps that came on your phone (ie: ones that you can’t uninstall). This feature might come in handy if your phone came stocked with a bunch of unwanted bloatware that you never use. If you’re sick of looking at those unused icons cluttering up your app drawer, you can simply disable them and they’ll disappear for good.

There are various reasons that made me want want to disable those systems apps one of them being to free up more space on my phone, reduce battery consumption/ drain and lastly to reduce the load on my phone ssytem thus improved system speed. Whatever the reason is that you might want to disable an app, it’s a pretty straightforward procedure. Read on after the break for instructions. To disable an app, again let me insist you must be on Android 4.0 and up. If you are, then follow these steps:
  • Open your main Settings menu
  •  Tap on Apps
  • Swipe to “All”
  • Find the app you want to disable and click on it
  • In the top right you will see a disable button (if it says Uninstall instead of Disable, then it is not a system app, and you can just uninstall it like normal)
  • Tap Disable (If you had updated uninstall updates first)
  • Confirm by clicking OK on the pop-up dialogue
  • Exit settings
A reboot may be necessary, but more than likely won’t be 'if you are in an hurry like me'.
 If you ever want to enable the app again, just follow the steps above and tap Enable.

Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Full forms of Computer Related Terms And Abbreviations

Full form of computer related terms include:
* HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
* HTTPS - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure.
* IP - Internet Protocol.
* URL - Uniform Resource Locator.
* USB - Universal Serial Bus.
* VIRUS - Vital Information Resource Under
* 3G - 3rd Generation.
* GSM - Global System for Mobile Communication.
* CDMA - Code Divison Multiple Access.
* UMTS - Universal Mobile Telecommunication
* SIM - Subscriber Identity Module.
* AVI = Audio Video Interleave
* RTS = Real Time Streaming
* SIS = Symbian OS Installer File
* AMR = Adaptive Multi-Rate Codec
* JAD = Java Application Descriptor
* JAR = Java Archive
* JAD = Java Application Descriptor
* 3GPP = 3rd Generation Partnership Project
* 3GP = 3rd Generation Project
* MP3 = MPEG player lll
* MP4 = MPEG-4 video file
* AAC = Advanced Audio Coding
* GIF = Graphic InterchangeableFormat
* JPEG = Joint Photographic ExpertGroup
* BMP = Bitmap
* SWF = Shock Wave Flash
* WMV = Windows Media Video
* WMA = Windows Media Audio
* WAV = Waveform Audio
* PNG = Portable Network Graphics
* DOC = Document (Microsoft Corporation)
* PDF = Portable Document Format
* M3G = Mobile 3D Graphics
* M4A = MPEG-4 Audio File
* NTH = Nokia Theme (series 40)
* THM = Themes (Sony Ericsson)
* MMF = Synthetic Music Mobile Application File
* NRT = Nokia Ringtone
* XMF = Extensible Music File
* WBMP = Wireless Bitmap Image
* DVX = DivX Video
* HTML = Hyper Text Markup Language
* WML = Wireless Markup Language
* CD - Compact Disk.
* DVD - Digital Versatile Disk.
* CRT - Cathode Ray Tube.
* DAT - Digital Audio Tape.
* DOS - Disk Operating System.
* GUI - Graphical User Interface.
* HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
* IP - Internet Protocol.
* ISP - Internet Service Provider.
* TCP - Transmission Control Protocol.
* UPS - UninterruptiblePower Supply.
* HSDPA - High Speed Downlink Packet Access.
* EDGE - Enhanced Data Rate for GSM [Global
System for Mobile
Communication] Evolution.
* VHF - Very High Frequency.
* UHF - Ultra High Frequency.
* GPRS - General Packet Radio Service.
* WAP - Wireless Application Protocol.
* TCP - Transmission Control Protocol .
* ARPANET - Advanced Research Project Agency
* IBM - International Business Machines.
* HP - Hewlett Packard.
* AM/FM - Amplitude/ Frequency Modulation.
* WLAN - Wireless Local Area Network
I hope to expand the list soon because as we all know Technology is dynamic . Cheers!!