Category: Mobile News

April 25th, 2014 by kunal

Yesterday, I got the Nokia’s upcoming lumia…The Lumia 630. This is the first time I am having a WINDOWS PHONE anyway I got it for one day, & Now I thought that I should write a review……

Display:

The 4.5 in display is good (in my terms)..Text appear sharp & color was well produced. I don’t like the Viewing angles because color desaturate when seeing a phone from a different angle.

Sunlight readablity was ok when set brightness to high.

 

Hardware & Performance:

Here, It wins my heart, really impressive performance, no lags nothing lacks here afterall Nokia has added the superb Snapdragon 400 SoC this time.

Built:

Like the other lumia phones it is also have that plastic back side cover (removing that back cover, was not so easy :’), So not nothing new here.

Connectivity:

The phone has two sim card slots (both are micro sim). Call quality is good but not that much (maybe this is only in my review unit).

Phone has 3G, WiFi, Bluetooth ,GPS & all that sharing stuff which worked very good.

Downloading is really enjoyable in this phone. (I remember I was able to download Trial Xtreme 3 in just 10 mins…I mean Whoa!!..)

Camera:

This is the part is the deciding factor of the phone. This lumia boasts a 5 MP camera with no LED flash support (nokia, what happened, dude).

But let me tell you, This 5 MP sensor really played well.

The phone comes preloaded with 4 camera vision (you can get more..at store)

The nokia camera (i tried it for the 1st time & enjoyed it) has many creativity features & I remember, I was walking on middle of the road photographing all my surroundings….& people there were staring me……:D . I will soon upload some camera samples & that will help you to decide.

Nokia claims that this is best budget camera phone yet. I guarantee that it is……

Conclusion:

Awesome phone with a big screen , stylish back cover, Giant processor, & Awesome camera. So buddy what do you want in 12K…huh!

Pros: Big Screen, Superb processor, Above average camera…

Cons: No LED flash, call quality, No front camera

So, this was my review for Nokia Lumia 630. I don’t know if the problem stated in review (if any…;) is in my unit or whatever……See you next time…till then do what you want….:P

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January 19th, 2011 by admin

Errors -9815
Set exact date, restart computer.

Errors -9814
Set exact date, restart computer.

Errors -9800
Set exact date, restart computer.

Error -50
Delete Storm Vedio, QuickTime, iTunes, then reinstall iTunes.

Error 1
Unable to downgrade. Try changing the USB port (the back one of chassis is better) and restart computer.
The installed version of iTunes may also be too old. Update iTunes.

Error 2
Sn0wbreeze 1.6 Custom Firmware has a ASR patch problem. Use sn0wbreeze 1.7 or PwnageTool. Device isn’t bootable.

Error 6
Not enter the downgrading mode, change USB port (the back one of chassis is better) and restart computer.

Error 10
LLB is missing from the IPSW. The device cannot be booted up. The trick to skip the baseband update no longer works.

Error 11
Removed bbfw file in the firmware folder of an unzipped IPSW.

Error 13
Occurs when you want to install a beta firmware with iTunes for Windows (actively blocked by Apple; beta users are developers and therefore must have a Mac).
Error 13 may also signify a USB problem. Check the USB connection and try other direct ports or maybe the USB cable is an older one. Device isn’t bootable.

Error 14
Custom firmware update fail (PwnageTool). You have to restore the device with a custom firmware. Update to a custom firmware isn’t working. Device isn’t bootable. 2
USB Problem. Check the USB connection and try other direct ports or maybe the USB cable is an older one. Device isn’t bootable.

Error 17
Custom firmware update fail (sn0wbreeze). You have to restore the device with a custom firmware. Update to a custom firmware isn’t working. 2

Error 20
Searching correct fault.

Error 23
Searching correct fault.

Error 26
False version of the NOR flash firmware. Use the correct sn0wbreeze version.

Error 29
See Apple discussions thread about this problem.

Error 37
iPod touch 2G LLB patched with the 0x24000 Segment Overflow was used on an iPhone 3GS custom firmware. Known on damaged bundles from unofficial PwnageTool distributions or bundles.

Error 1002
Are you restoring to a stock apple firmware or a custom pwn firmware? Either way make sure you are in DFU mode first.

Error 1004
This is caused by a failure to match the Baseband Nonce currently in memory to the Nonce returned in the BasebandFirmware SHSH blob. This is a normal part of iPhone 4 local restores via TinyUmbrella. 1

Error 1013
Restart computer; change computer; reinstall system, if iPhone is always in restoring mode: XP users can jump from restoring mode with ibus; MAC users can use iNdependence. (usually on the iPhone with 1.0.2 firmware downgraded from 1.1.1)

Error 1014
This error is down to itunes not liking your USB ports on your computer. Use a different USB slot or a different computer if possible. That is the easiest fix!

Error 1015
Restart computer; change computer; reinstall system, if iPhone is always in restoring mode: XP users can jump from restoring mode with ibus; MAC users can use iNdependence. (usually on the iPhone with 1.1.1 firmware downgraded from 1.1.2) Baseband firmware on the IPSW is higher than the baseband firmware on the iPad/iPhone. 1

Error 1413
Restart computer; change USB port; reinstall system. See also Apple’s KB article.

Error 1415
Restart computer; change USB port; reinstall system.

Error 1417
Restart computer; change USB port; reinstall system.

Error 1418
Restart computer; change USB port; reinstall system.

Error 1428
Restart computer; change USB port; reinstall system.

Error 1600
Custom firmware can’t be restored on a device with DFU Mode. Use Recovery Mode.

Error 1602
Restart computer; change computer; reinstall system.

Error 1603
False kernelcache patch. Known on damaged bundles from unofficial PwnageTool distributions or bundles. See also Apple KB article

Error 1604
Device was not pwned (signature checks were not blocked). Custom firmware can’t be restored.

Error 1611
iTunes tried to enter the Restore Mode, but the device turned back to the Recovery Mode.

Error 1619
iTunes is too old and couldn’t read the iPhone in Recovery or DFU Mode. Please update iTunes and try it again.

Error 1644
IPSW was moved during prepare with iTunes. Try it again and don’t move the IPSW.

Error 2002
iTunes can’t connect because another program is using it or it’s disconnected during the Apple Server check.

Error 3XXX
iTunes can’t connect to gs.apple.com. Maybe Port 80 and Port 443 is blocked. Open it on your router.

Error 3002
Update to an older firmware isn’t working, because Apple is no longer handing out SHSHs for the device/firmware combination.

Error 3004
No internet connection during the firmware restore.

Error 3014
False edited hosts. The SHSH request couldn’t be completed. No connection to the Apple Server, Sauriks Server or localhost.

Error 3194
Occurs when trying to install an old firmware and Apple’s server disallows the installation. The only solution is to have SHSH backup and modify the hosts file to point to Saurik’s Cydia server where they are backed up (or localhost if you have it yourself).

Solution

* 1) First navigate to “c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\” and open the ‘hosts’ file in notepad. To do so, right click on the file and select Open With->Notepad. At the end of the document, add this string “74.208.10.249 gs.apple.com”.
* 2) Now connect your iPhone to iTunes in recovery mode. To do so, first switch off your device. Then press the Home button on your handset and connect the USB cable. As soon as you connect the USB cable, the device will boot up and a “Connect To iTunes” screen will be displayed. Users can now stop pressing the Home button.
* 3) Fire up iTunes now. You will see your iPhone/iPod Touch detected in recovery mode. Now, whilst pressing the Shift key for Windows users or Alt key on the Mac platform, click on the Restore option.
* Now just select the original OS 3.1.3 and voila, you are done. Now you can again enjoy OS 3.1.3 on your iTouch device.

Error 3195
“An internal error occurred.” Missing SHSH for the firmware. Maybe the same as “This device isn’t eligible for the request build.” but with an cache error.

Error 11222
internet options Connections tab Click LAN Settings uncheck “use a proxy server”

0xE8000022
Searching……….

0xE800003D
False permissions in the Carrier Bundle folder. Restore, update or fix the permissions from the carrier bundle to update the carrier settings via iTunes.

0xE800006B
Device was suddenly unplugged. iTunes couldn’t connect with the device. Try it again.

0xE8000065
sn0wbreeze custom cirmware error on USB connection. Unplug the device, reboot it, and plug it in again.

Source: www.yadabn.com.np

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January 18th, 2011 by admin

ultrasn0w 1.2.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/?1bppap8qbrdudxn)

If your having any trouble installing, follow this video (steps are the same for ios 4.1 and 4.2.1 BB 06.15)

YouTube – Install Ultrasn0w & Unlock iPhone without WiFi (Supports All 3.0 – 4.0.2 Firmwares) (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjRLwYuJloQ)

Posted in Mobile News

April 10th, 2010 by admin

S40 (Series 40) Phones

S40 is a software platform and application user interface (UI) software used in Nokia’s broad range phones. In S40 range phones , only J2ME and flash lite application can played or installed.

For developers, S40 platform offers a mass market opportunity. There is MIDO (Mobile Information Device Profile) and CLDC (Connected Limited Device Configuration) with an array of JSRs (Java Specification Request) that provide additional location, communication, messaging, and media interface.

It can also be personalized with themes, animated screen-savers (GIFs , SWF etc.) and wallpapers.

All the things included in this supported by OMA_DRM  to protect  java developers of intellectual property.

Brief of OMA_DRM

DRM is a Digital Rigths Management system invented by the Open Mobile Alliance whose members represent the entire value chain, including mobile phone manufacturers (e.g. Nokia, LG, Motorola, Samsung, Sony-Ericsson, BenQ-Siemens), mobile system manufacturers (e.g. Ericsson, Siemens, Openwaves), operators (e.g. Vodafone, O2, Cingular,), and IT companies (e.g. Microsoft, IBM, Sun).

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