Here is working wpa_supplicant for galaxy s2 gingerbread rom for ad hoc network. yes it is test by me and also this is modified by me too. no one is responcible and cant take credit for developing it. currently i m using and testing on litening rom 6.1 and it works flawlessly. so no more wait for new wpa supplicant. becoz wait is over now. use it and reply me about any bugs.
workes with 2.3 roms
Electronic Arts, Real Racing 2 game now arrived at Android Market for handsets running over Android 2.1+ and free for download whereas the iOS version of game is already available at App Store.
“REAL RACING 2 is here! Now, take the most hotly anticipated racing game ever made for Android for a FREE test drive. Once you get a taste of the adrenaline-fueled action, UPGRADE to get the total experience. Race away with 30 high-performance cars, 15 awesome locations, and an immersive Career mode!”
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Still tempted by the fruit of another? If you’re looking Microsoft’s way, but aren’t quite ready to toss your adoration for iOS or Android aside, the coders in Redmond are giving you an alternative to quitting cold turkey. By visiting http://aka.ms/wpdemo on one’s iOS or Android browser, you’ll be immediately tunneled into a emulation of Windows Phone 7. We gave it a test run here at Engadget HQ, and it seems that every tile and swipe save for Apps runs properly. Can’t say the fonts and such looked as smooth on our Galaxy S II as they do on the Radar, but it’s [...]
Folks at SquareTrade has performed drop test of Apple’s latest iPhone 4S and Samsung Galaxy S II to check which of the device can survive after getting onto the pavement through your hands. To check the dropability test of iPhone 4S vs. Galaxy S II check out the video integrated below.
iPhone 4S vs. Galaxy S II Drop Test Video
The first extra thing you buy when you get an iPhone is likely to be a speaker dock, and with good reason: having one gives you somewhere safe to set your iPhone down, that keeps its charge topped up and ready to go, and that gives your music some richness and power compared to the reedy little built-in speaker.
And it’s exactly the same with an iPad, except up until now there haven’t really been enough speaker docks built for Apple’s tablet for us to be able to out them together in an iPad speaker dock group test.
Happily, though, we’ve brought five together here, and spent [...]
Best USB 3.0 flash drive
Looking for a USB 3.0 flash drive which is worthy of carrying all your files around?
Here are five of the best to choose from.
1. Corsair Flash Voyager 32GB USB 3.0 - £59
With great disk space comes great responsibility, Uncle Ben could have said. If he had, then maybe Peter Parker wouldn’t have become Spider-Man, but instead pursued a career in Currys. Due to their high capacity, USB flash drives end up holding a vast amount of data that can be incredibly important, and would prove to be irreplaceable if something were to happen to the device.
One unexpected side effect from the growing take-up of 3DTVs is that folks are migrating to larger screen sizes. This means a warm welcome should await Panasonic’s TX-P65VT30.
This 65-inch iteration of its top-of-the-line NeoPlasma range is a glorious extravagance. The sheer size obviously poses a challenge. It takes three people to get it out of the box and the 56kg weight means wall-mounting will require some serious planning. It’s a good thing then that the supplied pedestal is smart and substantial.
Engorged as it is, the design works well, with the edge-to-edge glass fascia taking [...]
The Toshiba 37RL853B offers a little bit of everything – it’s a contemporary looking LCD TV with an LED edge-lit Full HD panel, decent connectivity, Freeview HD, plenty of user-adjustable tweaks and smattering of multi-media features including access to iPlayer and YouTube. Not bad really for what is after all, a budget TV.
The 37RL853 sits slap bang in the middle of Toshiba’s RL series, with the 32-inch 32RL853 and 42-inch 42RL853 offering the same specification for around £50 less and £100 more respectively.
The RL series itself is more or less in the middle of Toshiba’s [...]
Apple has always had a knack for turning a market on its head and video editing is a prime example. When the very first version of iMovie was released back in 1999, bundled with all iMac DV models, it introduced the idea that making home movies shouldn’t be an intimidating or expensive process.
Before Apple ventured into the world of video editing, making a short film was out of the reach of most people since you’d have had to budget thousands of pounds to get even the cheapest software.
A lot has changed in just over a decade and video has become a much bigger part of our lives thanks [...]