Monday, December 30, 2013

How to take a screnshot with an iphoe

How to Take a Screenshot With an iPhone
If you want to know how to take a screenshot with your iPhone, just follow these easy steps.

1)  Turn on your iPhone. Just hold down the button on the top right of the phone and wait for the white Apple logo to appear.

2) Find the image you want to capture. You can choose any image from your email, photos, home screen, or from anything you find online.

3) Find your Sleep/Wake button. This is the button on the top right of your phone. It's the button you use to turn your phone on and off.

4) Find your Home button. Your home button is the round button centered on the bottom of your iPhone. It has a picture of a white square in the center.

5) Hold down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons at the same time and release them. If you were able to take a screenshot, then you should hear a camera shuttersound and see a white screen.
You only need to hold the two buttons down for one second for this to work.
You don't have to release the buttons at the exact same time.

6) Check your Camera Roll to make sure that you captured the image. To find your Camera Roll, simply click on the "Photos" application on your home screen. Then click on "Camera Roll," which should be listed as your first album. Your screenshot should be the last image in this album.
  • If you weren't able to take the screenshot, try to do it again and hold down the buttons for a second longer this time.

Friday, October 18, 2013

Bacteria that makes the Hawaiian bobtail squid bioluminescent also dictate when it expresses a gene that encodes circadian rhythm-controlling proteins,according to a paper due to be published in mBio.
The squid has fascinated microbiologists for years because of its harmonious relationship with just one bacteria -- Vibrio fischeri. The bacteria does not express light when it is freely roaming in the ocean, but when housed in the squid's light organ (located in its underbelly) it will work with the animal to emit light according to how much

moonlight and sunlight is visible above. In doing so, the squid will glow a light blue to mimic the light from above, eliminating its shadow on the seabed and rendering it invisible to predators potentially lurking below. The two live a happy coexistence: the bacteria getting sustenance from the squid, the squid getting camouflage from the bacteria.

A cyclic daily routine enjoyed by the two had already been noted. For instance, the bobtail squid  expels 95 percent of the bacteria every morning when it's about to go to sleep in the seabed. In doing so the squid ensures infant squid have access to new bacteria and that it stops emitting light while it sleeps. The remaining bacteria repopulate everyday and are back to full capacity by nightfall. This process employs a type of cell-to-cell communication called quorum sensing. It's induced when the individual bacteria release chemical autoinducers to alert others to its presence, and when the level of autoinducers reaches a certain density the bacteria turns on genes that react with proteins to emit the light. In the bobtail's case, the bacteria produces the enzyme luciferas. It's why the bacteria doesn't emit light outside the squid's organ -- in the ocean the autoinducers never accumulate to a high enough density.
What has been unclear is how the squid and bacteria communicate with one another -- for instance, how does the squid recognise and translate light messages to good bacteria and not bad. The mBio paper has gone a way in providing some clues as to how this symbiosis works behind the scenes. It has revealed that escry1, one of two genes in the squid that encodes proteins that set its inner clock (similar to our light sensitive biological clock) is dominant in the light organ where the bacteria thrives.

Lead author on the paper Margaret McFall-Ngai of the University of Wisconsin found that the gene was not cycling with environmental light however, as is the norm among animals and humans, but with the bioluminescence dominant at night. The find is an exciting one because it is "the first report of bacteria entraining the daily rhythms of host tissues", according to McFall-Ngai, and could be replicable in other animals or even humans. It's been difficult to breakdown the relationship between human, their good bacteria and viruses because the system is so complex -- we have millions of "good bacteria" thriving within us. Conversely, there is just one bacteria dominant in the bobtail squid and the pair make excellent research subjects because each can thrive without each other. 

This means researchers can study bacteria-free squid in the lab to see what natural states the Vibrio fischeri are affecting -- which is how McFall-Ngai confirmed her suspicions about what was happening with the gene cycles.
She found that squid in the lab that lacked Vibrio fischeri bacteria could not luminesce and did not cycle their expression of the escry1 gene. Using a blue light to mimic the luminescence still did not induce gene cycling. However, if the bacteria was present but defective (unable to luminesce), gene cycling did kick in when the fake light was used. It proves that the bacteria and the light are together essential for controlling gene cycling in the squid.

Breaking the process down further McFall-Ngai found that microbe-associated molecular patterns (MAMPs), which alert animals to the presence of certain microbes, induced some cycling when combined only with light and not bacteria. Next up she and her team will investigate how the escry1 gene affects the squids metabolism, but the whole find could point us in the right direction to understanding how the millions of bacteria in our gut possibly regulate other processes in the body.

"Recently, in two different studies, biologists have found that there is profound circadian rhythm in both the epithelium [of the human gut] and the mucosal immune system of the gut that is controlled by these clock genes," McFall-Ngai said in a statement. "What are we missing? Are the bacteria affected by or inducing the cycling of the tissues with which they associate? We don't know."

Further studies of the processes could answer questions about how our body communicates with good bacteria, and how the Vibrio fischeri bacteria developed a symbiotic relationship -- considering it is closely relation to other Vibrio bacteria that are far from symbiotic, causing cholera and gastroenteritis.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Grand software update brings Blocking Made

Samsung Galaxy Grand software update brings Blocking mode and stability improvements

Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Grand Duos in the country and now the device is getting its first set of software updates.

While one update brings improved stability with a 26.68MB download, the other is a feature called Blocking Mode. This second 21.17MB update comes with a warning saying that "some settings will be reset or data erased after this upgrade".

For those unaware, blocking mode allows users to disable notifications for certain features on the device such as incoming calls, alarm and timer and notifications itself, similar to the DND facility in iOS. Users can set a time when they choose not to be disturbed. They can, however allow incoming calls from certain contacts should they choose to add those to their 'Allowed contacts' list.

As warned, we particularly faced this issue after the update was installed. The songs saved in the storage card were not visible anymore and the Music player widget on the home screen went blank with no song details available. However, restarting the device post the update helped restore all the song data.

Users can head over to Settings>About Device>Software Update>Update.

The Galaxy Grand Duos (Review I Pictures) is Samsung's 5-inch device with a WVGA TFT display. It is a dual-SIM Smartphone that is powered by Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean) and runs on a 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 1GB RAM.

The Smartphone packs in 8GB of internal storage (4GB available to the user). The memory can be expanded by up to 64GB via microSD card. Samsung is also offering 50GB of cloud space through Drop box with the purchase of this Smartphone. Other features include an 8-megapixel rear and camera with flash, a 2-megapixel camera in the front and a 2,100mAh battery

Friday, October 4, 2013

vodafone internet settings for android

APN settings explained
APN (Access Point Name) settings are used by your phone, tablet or modem to connect to the internet, and send/receive PXT messages, over the Vodafone mobile network. Below you’ll find APN, WAP and PXT/MMS settings for your phone.

APN settings
Internet settings for smartphones
APN Type
Note: Your phone may not require the MCC, MNC or APN Type 

Internet settings for WAP-based phones (i.e. non-smartphones)
Note: Your phone may not require the MCC, MNC or APN Type 

PXT/MMS settings
Vodafone AU-MMS
MMS Proxy
MMS Port
APN type
Note: Your phone may not require the MCC, MNC or APN Type 

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Manual Internet Settings for Omantel, Nawras Blackberry

Internet settings (iPhone – Nawras)
Go to Settings > General > Network > Cellular Data NetworkEnter Cellular
Data Apn :
Username : testTest : test

Internet settings (iPhone – Oman Mobile)
Goto > > > Apn : taif
Username : taif
Password : taif

Internet settings – Blackberry – Nawras
Go to Options > Advanced >
username : testpassword : test

MMS settings – Nawras
MMS Proxy :
All other fields blank

MMS settings – Oman Mobile
APN : mms
Username: mms
Password: mms
All other fields blank

Text Message Center Number
Go to Menu > messages > settings > text message > message centre
OmanMobile (+968 99300610)

Internet settings – Google Nexus One – Nawras
Go to seetings >Mobile networks > Access Point Names> Data
APNName: Nawras Internet (can be any name)
APN Type: default
User Name: test
Password: test
APN Type: defaultLeave other fields empty
MMS settings – Google Nexus One – Nawras
MMS APNName: nawras
MMS (Can be any name)
Proxy: 8080
username: test
password: test
MMS proxy: port: 8080
Authentication Type : None
APN type: mms

Internet Settings for Globe, Smart, Sun


access name:
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

myGlobe MMS:
access name:
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

MyGlobe Internet Postpaid:
access name:
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

MyGlobe Internet Prepaid:
access name:
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

MyGlobe Youtube:
access name:
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

MyGlobe Stream:
access name:
auth type: PAP
home url: http://
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300


accessname: internet
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

accessname: mms
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

accessname: internet
auth type: PAP
proxy address:
linger time (sec): 300

Internet settings for SUN users...

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Set Name: SUN MMS
Access Name: mms
Auth type: PAP
User ID: 
Protocol: HTTP
Proxy address:
Linger Time(sec): 300
Set name: SUN WAP GPRS
Access name: wap
Auth type:PAPUser ID: Password:
 Protocol: HTTP
Linger Time (sec): 300
Sun Internet
Access name: minternet
Auth type: PAP
User ID:
 Protocol: HTTP
Proxy Address:
Linger Time (sec): 300

Monday, September 16, 2013

iPhone 5s vs Galaxy S4: What to buy

iPhone 5s vs Galaxy S4: What to buy

During the launch event for the iphone 5s, Apple CEO, Apple CEO Tim Cook told the crowd that “we don’t pack in feature after feature.” That was obviously a dig at Samsung, whose Galaxy S4 will be competing head to head starting Sept. 20. Not sure which smartphone to buy? You will make up your mind by the end of this article.

The iPhone 5s is all about enhancing an already great phone, from a faster A7 processor and beefed-up camera to a new fingerprint sensor. On the other hand, the Galaxy S4 pushes the envelope with a cornucopia of features and some impressive specs of its own. Here’s how the two flagship smartphones stack up in multiple categories.

Why do Apple releases generate so much hype?


Apple knows how to make more beautiful and solidly built smartphones than Samsung, and that doesn’t change with the iPhone 5s. Now available in three color options: space gray, gold and silver, the 5s is just as light (3.9 ounces) and thin (.3 inches) as before while packing a lot more power. The gold version looks classy without being ostentatious. The edges still look great and have a premium vibe.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S4 is an uninspired plastic slab. Yes, it’s light for having a larger 5-inch display, but the S4 doesn’t have a top-tier look or feel like the iPhone 5s. What we do like about the S4 is that the back is removable, allowing you to access the memory card slot and replace the battery. Samsung mixes a physical home button with capacitive keys beneath the screen, which works but doesn't feel unified. 
iPhone 5s. The iPhone 5 had a better design, and now you get more color options with the 5s.
There’s something that feels dated about the iPhone 5s’ 4-inch screen. At 1136 x 640 pixels, Apple’s device has a much lower resolution than the S4’s 1920 x 1080 pixels.
The S4 also has a full inch on the iPhone at 5 versus 4 inches. That’s a lot more room for watching videos, surfing the Web and playing games.

On the plus side for iPhone fans, assuming Apple choose the same panel for the 5s, it should be brighter than the S4. Just like the iPhone 5, we expect this screen to be much easier to read outdoors.
Apple also leads when it comes to design, with its sharp features; stainless steel rims. Apple has a new addition; finger print detection security feature.
Galaxy S4’s bigger and sharper screen in the Samsung outweighs the iPhone 5’s brighter LCD.
The iPhone has always had one of the best smartphone cameras, and Apple is hoping to keep that primacy. While the 5s still bears an 8-megapixel camera, Apple’s new f/2.2 aperture sensor is 15 percent larger than the previous one, it can therefore capture wider frames, and a redesigned flash can blend its two LED lights to preserve a scene’s natural color balance. Apple has paired the hardware with a series of software features, adding things like a 28-megapixel panorama creator and a “burst mode” that captures a series of pictures and picks the best one. Apple may not be emphasizing camera quality quite as heavily as competitors. Samsung Galaxy S4 has 13-megapixel camera. 

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

How to Lock Folder without software

Here you learn how to lock folder without software

Steps 1) 
Go to my computer than Local Disk C or Local disk D where 
you want to create folder example folder name “text”

Step 2)               

Now go to start run type “CMD” click ok than your folder example 
in D drive

Step 3)

Type ‘’CLS’’ than d: enter

Step 4)  

“cacls test /p everyone:n”  press enter are you sure press (y) now 
folder already lock For unlock folder you have to type

Step 5)

“cacls test /p everyone:f” press enter are you sure press (y)

Monday, September 9, 2013

How to downgrade win xp sp3 to sp2

How to downgrade windows xp sp3 to sp2 get windows xp sp2 CD and repair your computer with windows xp sp2 and you can use sp3 product key which is already install in your computer after repair you check its already sp2

Sunday, September 8, 2013

How to do a factory reset on the Nokia N8

Follow these simple steps to perform a factory reset on the Nokia N8:

       1. Go into the Nokia N8’s Main Menu
       2. Select, Settings
       3. Then go into Phone
       4. Scroll down to Phone mgmt.
       5. Select Factory Settings
       6. Now you’ll be presented with two options: restore and delete data and restore.
       7. Select Delete Data and Restore
       8. The phone will now reset and all the data will be wiped

Saturday, September 7, 2013

How to Reset your iPhone Without iTunes 3g, 3gs, 4, 4s and 5,

Sunday, August 25, 2013

How to share my iPhone 3GS Internet connection with a computer

1. Connect the Apple iPhone 3GS to the computer using the USB cable.

2. Touch Settings.

3. Touch General.

4. Touch Cellular.

5. Scroll to and touch Set Up Personal Hotspot

6. Touch Personal Hotspot.

7. If you see this screen, touch USB Only.

8. The Apple iPhone 3GS is now tethered.

9. On the computer, wait for the device drivers to install then click Home network.

10. Wait while the computer automatically applies the settings and connects to the network.

11. Setup is complete. Click Close.

enjoy with your iphone internet 

Thursday, July 11, 2013

How to make Yahoo Messenger Multi-user login at the same time

Are you having more than one Yahoo id, and at the same time you want to login with multiple ids on Yahoo’s messenger? 
Well, friends this is possible without any software or any patch… 
Now you can login to your Yahoo ids in Yahoo’s messenger with multi-user facility. 
As you can see the below picture, I have logged in to my two Yahoo ids on Yahoo messengers at the same time. Using it as multi-user Messenger. This multi-user login is not restricted to only two Yahoo id, but its infinite.

Follow the below simple Steps for Multi-user login on Yahoo…

Step 1: Open Registry Editor, Go to Start –> Run, Type regedit and Press Enter.
Step 2: Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER –> Software –> Yahoo –> pager –> Test

Step 3: On the right page, right-click and choose new DWORD value (create new DWORD Value).

Step 4: Right Click on New value and select Rename and rename to Plural.

Step 5: Now, Double-Click on Plural and Change Value Data From 0 to 1 and Change Base to Decimal. Now Click on OK and close regedit.

Now you have multi-user login on Yahoo. When you click on Yahoo messenger.exe, It will show Yahoo messenger window, and if you again click on Yahoo messenger.exe, It will show one more new messenger window. 

Suppose you to want to login three Yahoo id, then open Yahoo messenger for three times so that it will show three separate Yahoo messenger window.