Few hours ago at Google I/O 2012, mobile OS Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is unveiled and now the signed copy of official Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is leaked and available for Galaxy Nexus.
Android 4.1 Jelly Bean leaked ROM works for Galaxy Nexuses (GSM) and its weights about 156MB. Now, if you want to flash leaked Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM on your Galaxy Nexus then head to link below otherwise you have to wait for a month to grab the official release.
Download Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Leaked ROM
TinyUmbrella 4.32.01 is out there which works to save SHSH blobs for iOS 4.3.2 (GSM) and iOS 4.2.7 (CDMA).
“TinyUmbrella is now updated to support 4.3.2 / 4.2.7 iOS versions. I’ve also added a simple feature to allow you to ‘Visit Blog’ when updates are available.
If you want to save 4.3.2/4.2.7 get the updated 4.32.01 as there was a file missing in 4.32.00 XD”
Download TinyUmbrella 4.32.01 for Windows
Download TinyUmbrella 4.32.01 for Mac
Apple has posted a support document to explain the differences to make calls from AT&T iPhone (GSM) and Verizon iPhone (CDMA).
To know about the iPhone features behavior based on GSM or CDMA network check out the difference table below.
During the 2010 GSM World Mobile Congress, TechCrunch Europe will be returning to Barcelona on Feb 17 for yet another interactive and live-video-streamed session featuring some of the most innovative and interesting mobile startups and investors in Europe. You can get your tickets to the event here. Here’s the programme for the day so far.
These are the some of the steps you have to do for long battery charge. very usefull stuff for mobile users.
1) Go sitting>phone>display> brightness (dark) [more display bright need more power]
2) Go sitting>network>network mode (gsm) [dual mode used for 3g & gsm network but gsm used only gsm network, so dual mode need power more then gsm]
3) After used bluetooth u must turn off it, Bcoz if u bluetooth turn no after 8 house your battery 50% charge over.[Note-IRDA also need more power]
4) Used ringtone not vibration alert.
5) After hear songs must removed head-phone.
6) Turn off your mobile [...]
EDGE, a new radio interface technology with enhanced modulation, increases the HSCSD and GPRS data rates by up to three fold. EDGE modulation will increase the data throughput provided by the packet switched service even over 400 kbit/s per carrier. Similarly, the data rates of circuit switched data can be increased, or existing data rates can be achieved using fewer timeslots, saving capacity. Accordingly, these higher speed data services are referred to as EGPRS (Enhanced GPRS) and ECSD (Enhanced Circuit Switched Data).
EDGE, expected to be deployed in 2000–2001, is a major improvement in [...]
The Nokia N95 is a somewhat large slider form factor handset. It measures 100mm x 53mm x 20mm (3.9″ x 2.1″ x .8″) in size and weighs 121g (4.3oz), which is to say it is by no means in the running for the thinnest and lightest handset on the market. The front of the N95 has a normal looking silver paint finish, but the sides and back of the device make use of a soft touch style deep burgundy color paint that has a very nice feel to it. Nokia has done a far better job with the slider mechanism on the N95 than it did on the N80. The slider in the N95 relies on a spring loaded mechanism [...]
With just a few days to go before launch, Apple has apparently lifted its embargo on the lucky few journos to get their hands on an iPhone a couple weeks early, and David Pogue, Walt Mossberg and USA Today’s Edward C. Baig are doing the first honors. And honors abound: three out of three reviewers agree that the iPhone is pretty much the sexiest phone to ever hit the market, and there was no small amount of praise for the high resolution screen, svelte form factor and sturdy construction — nano scratchers rejoice, nobody managed to make a mark on this thing
Specifications Apple iPhone