Jun 26, 2020

iOS 13.5.1 is Now Available

 Manual You Can Update your IOS 13.5 Without PC.

1,Turn on the Device

2, Start at your Home screen

3,Tap Settings connect your iPhone with Wi-Fi

4,Your Battery will be more then 50%

5, Tap Settings >General > Software Update.

6, and then you find "download and install"(420.2MB)

7,click on "download and install"

8, you find "Terms and Conditions" click on Agree > Downloading will be start

9,downloading will be complete in few minutes

10,your device will restart

11,software will install wait few minutes and you get your device ready

Note, if icloud is ON in your device so you must have password

Apr 17, 2020

Frp Remove Tool For Xiaomi Huawei Lenovo Vivo ZTE Latest Devices (2020)

frp remove account For Xiaomi Huawei Lenovo Vivo ZTE Latest Devices (2020)
  •     Read info phone
  •     FRP remove
  •     Reboot EDL mode
  •     Reboot Fastboot
  •     Remove Lock (Si root)
  •     Reboot normally
  •     FRP Redmi Note 5
  •     Reboot Recovery
  •     FRP Automatic all
  •     FRP Redmi 3s
  •     FRP Mi4
  •     Root Automatic All
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Apr 16, 2020

Apple's new iPhone SE is a $399 iPhone 2020

Apple has just unveiled the new iPhone SE, sticking with the rumored date, even if there was no flashy event - just a press release.

Despite what its name might have you believe, the new iPhone SE is more of a refresh of the iPhone 8 than of the original SE. You can think of it as an iPhone 8 with the latest chipset and a better camera. Oh, there are new colors too, but that's about it.

 The new iPhone SE has the iPhone 8's 4.7-inch "Retina HD" screen with True Tone and support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 playback. This is surrounded by large bezels, and below there's a sapphire crystal covered capacitive Touch ID fingerprint sensor like in the iPhone 8. It's powered by the A13 SoC, just like the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.

Its camera has benefited from the new chipset too. The single 12 MP f/1.8 shooter on the back, features improved Smart HDR photography thanks to the raw power inside that chip. For portrait shots, in lieu of a secondary camera, Apple has gone with something called "monocular depth sensing", which uses machine learning to detect depth and faces. We'll have to see how this compares to the first three Google Pixel generations, in terms of quality of portrait mode shots from one lens.

The camera has "cinematic" video stabilization - and you can record up to 4K at 60fps, with stereo audio. The front-facing selfie cam is still a 7 MP unit, and this has some portrait mode effects too.

Otherwise, this is an iPhone 8, it even ships with the same measly 5W charger in the box. However, the new iPhone SE does support 18W charging, you just need to buy another adapter (or use a beefier one you may have around the house). If you have such an 18W adapter, expect the battery to charge from 0 to 50% in about 30 minutes.

The iPhone SE (2020) - which is what we're calling it for sanity's sake - also supports fast wireless charging, Wi-Fi 6, LTE-A, and dual SIMs, although the second one is eSIM.

Gone is the 3D Touch tech, now replaced with Haptic Touch. It has an IP67 water and dust resistance rating, meaning it can be submerged in up to 1m of water for up to 30 minutes.

 The new iPhone SE has grown a lot in size compared to the original SE model, but then again phones have been doing that left and right for the past few years. So it may just qualify as a 'compact' device in this day and age, depending on what your exact definition of that may be.

The 2020 iPhone SE in black, white, and red goes on pre-order this Friday, on April 17, and will start shipping on April 24. In the US, you can get one for $399 with 64GB of storage. So, price-wise at least, it does fit its chosen name. If you need 128GB, you'll have to pay $449, while the 256GB model is $549.

With a qualifying trade-in you can pay just $229 for a brand-new iPhone SE (2020), and Apple offers installments too, starting at $9.54 per month.

Across the pond, the iPhone SE starts at €479 and £419, respectively.

Apr 15, 2020

Skip FRP on BQ Aquaris X2 – Quick Guide to Bypass Google Reset Block

Factory Reset Protection (FRP), is a security feature on Android devices. The FRP is enabled automatically when a Google account has been registered on the d

Apr 14, 2020

OnePlus 8 Pro

iQOO Neo3 will be the cheapest Snapdragon 865-powered smartphone

 It's known for a while now that iQOO, vivo's sub-brand, is preparing to launch a more affordable version of the recently announced iQOO 3 smartphone called iQOO Neo3. It will be announced on April 23 and now the latest leak reveals a bit more about its pricing.

Apr 13, 2020

Driver For VFD 510 - WIN64 bit Working For FTM Mode

Vodafone Smart E8 Driver For FTM Mode 

2020 New Coronavirus Malware App Locking Android Users Out Of Their Phones

As ever, Android‘s greatest strength has also proven to be its greatest weakness after it emerged that there’s a new malware doing the rounds, and it’s being installed by people who are going outside the Google Play Store for their apps.

Security research company DomainTools has found a new malware that takes the form of a coronavirus tracking app going by the name CovidLock.

The app, once installed, locks users out of their phones and then demands a ransom to unlock it. It wants $100 in Bitcoin within 48 hours, or everything will be erased. Oh, and it says that it will leak all of your social media accounts online.

In reality, the app is poisoned with ransomware. This Android ransomware application, previously unseen in the wild, has been titled “CovidLock” because of the malware’s capabilities and its background story. CovidLock uses techniques to deny the victim access to their phone by forcing a change in the password used to unlock the phone. This is also known as a screen-lock attack and has been seen before on Android ransomware.

There is some good news, though. As Android Central notes, one Reddit user says that they’ve been able to go code diving and as a result they know the password that unlocks everything. So, if you’ve fallen foul of this malware, just enter the password “4865083501” without the quotes and you should be back up and running.

This is yet another reminder that installing apps that aren’t available via the Google Play Store is a bad idea unless you 100% trust the source. Hopefully, this particular malware’s days are numbered.

Source: DomainTools | Via: Android Central