Sunday, July 28, 2013

Official Windows 7 SP1 ISO Image Downloads

  These are now available for those who currently have Microsoft Windows 7 with Genuine Activation Keys. These are the legitimate downloads, full ISO image to burn to a good quality blank DVD using any good image burning program such as ImgBurn or the like.

   These ISO image download have Service Pack 1 integrated into the installation setup, so therefore there is no need to separately install SP1 after the initial install of Windows 7.

Windows 7 SP1 ISO Download Links Including English and Foreign Language Versions:

   These are very high speed downloads which should take anywhere from 30 minutes to about 50 minutes, if you have a high-speed broadband connection.

   My download took approximately 18 minutes from start to finish. Both IE9 and Firefox have their own download managers you may use to accomplish the download.

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Turn Off Synaptics Touchpad in Linux Mint

   This should work with most synaptics built-in touchpads on most laptops. The only laptop I tested this on is the HP Pavilion g7 2010nr.

   Here is how you can set it up so that the touchpad is turned off by default. I also include making scripts to toggle it on or off as you need to. You could make icons for this on your desktop or menu if you want.
  1. Create a file called touchpad-off. Add this to the file:
        synclient TouchpadOff=1
  2. Change the permissions of the file:
        $ sudo chown root:root touchpad-off
        $ sudo chmod 755 touchpad-off
  3. Move it to the user bin directory: $sudo mv touchpad-off /usr/local/bin
  4. Do steps 1 – 3 for a file called touchpad-on and use 0 for the TouchpadOff value. This way you can toggle it back on if needed.
Now follow these steps in KDE:
  1. System Settings – Startup and Shutdown – Autostart – All Scripts
  2. Add: /usr/local/bin/touchpad-off to the scripts to run on startup.

    Also you can just run the command of 
        synclient TouchpadOff=1
    To toggle off, then =0 for toggle on.

Saturday, July 27, 2013

The Nexus 10 successor to be Samsung made, and coming soon.


 Now read: Android 4.3 Jelly Bean officially announced

  If you saw the new Nexus 7 yesterday and said, "nah, not big enough," Google's Sundar Pichai just dropped a news tidbit that may be of interest to you. The Chrome and Android boss apparently told the Wall Street Journal's Amir Efrati that a new Nexus 10 tablet is coming "in the near future," though Pichai didn't give Efrati much more detail than that.

  Perhaps this news is not surprising—the current Nexus 10 was introduced in November of last year, and it's pretty common for Nexuses and other phones and tablets to be replaced by newer models on or near their first birthdays. Whether the tablet will be joined by a successor to the Nexus 4 or a version of Android newer than 4.3 is anybody's guess. Google has always used new Nexus hardware as an excuse to showcase new Android versions, but the company's approach to Android updates is clearly in a state of flux right now.

  The new tablet will still apparently be made by Samsung, which Google partnered with to make the current Nexus 10. Google also stuck with the same company (Asus) to produce both versions of the Nexus 7, and it has partnered with Samsung previously on both the Nexus S and the Galaxy Nexus smartphones.

For starters, the processor should be getting a substantial upgrade. The original Nexus 10 runs a dual-core Exynos 5250 clocked at 1.7GHz. It’s an ARM Cortex-A15 chip, and still one of the top 5 chips on Android benchmarks. Samsung’s newer Exynos 54510 Octa, however, performs about 10% better — thanks to the two additional A15 cores it packs.

Certain versions of the Galaxy S4 run a 5410. The Nexus 10, however, might ship with an Exynos 5420. Pichai says the new Nexus 10 is coming soon, and Samsung says that it will start mass production of the 5420 in August. Why not ship it in a high-profile Nexus device right off the bat?

Like the 5410, it’s based on ARM’s big.LITTLE design, which means it crams in four A15 and A7 cores. The A7s kick in when maximum horsepower isn’t required, and should help extend the new Nexus 10′s battery life well beyond the original’s roughly 7.5 hours and bring it more in line with the iPad.
Clock speeds may be bumped slightly, from 1.7GHz to 1.8GHz on the A15 cores and 1.2GHz to 1.3GHz on the A7. The Exynos 5420 may also be able to utilize all 8 cores at once, which should yield impressive results.

The new chip will also include an improved GPU, which should have a much easier time pushing visuals to the Nexus 10′s display. The three Mali-T604 cores had some trouble manipulating those 4 million pixels, but it shouldn’t pose a problem for the six Mali-T628 GPU cores inside the Exynos 5420.

Other specs may not change much. 2GB of RAM should still be plenty for a high-end Android tablet, but internal storage could use a bump. 16GB and 32GB isn’t a ton of space anymore, especially when you’re talking about a device that’s perfectly suited to take advantage of Android’s multiple user profile abilities. While it’s hard to imagine Google — who wants you storing everything in the cloud and streaming it to your devices — countering Apple with a 128GB model, 64GB is a possibility.

Like the 2013 Nexus 7, the new Nexus 10 will be thinner ans lighter than the current model. But there’s also one thing you definitely shouldn’t expect. Don’t count on the new Nexus 10 to ship with a micro SD expansion slot. Some rumors from earlier this year claimed that Samsung was going to sneak one in, but Google has never been keen on Nexus devices packing micro SD. The new Nexus 7 doesn’t have one, so the new Nexus 10 won’t either.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

How to use ODIN to Flash a ROM

Odin Step-by-Step Guide

RUN Odin, It looks like


Power off your Phone.
Boot into Download Mod (Press Volume down + Home + Power on).
Connect your phone to PC via USB cable.
Wait to install the driver.
Once the driver installation finish the odin looks like.


How to Flash the ROM via odin
Extract the downloaded firmware, and it may contain PDA, PIT, PHONE, CSC, BOOTLOADER

1. Run Odin
2. If you have only one file ie, PDA then select PDA
3. Power off your Phone.
4. Boot into Download Mod (Press Volume down + Home + Power on)
5. Connect your phone to PC via USB cable.


6. Hit Start and wait to complete the installation.

If you have more than one file
1. Select PIT
2. Once you select PIT make sure that you select re-partition button


If your ROM is coming with a boot-loader
(If you don't have this file skip step 3)
3. Select BOOTLOADER and tick Phone Bootloader Update


4. Select PDA, PHONE, CSC (If you have only PDA then you can leave PHONE and CSC)


5. Power off your Phone.
6. Boot into Download Mod (Press Volume down + Home + Power on)
7. Connect your phone to PC via USB cable.


8. Once your phone is added you can hit Start


9. Once the installation finish odin may looks like


10. Enjoy flashing...

Please remember that flashing your mobile phone is fully on your own risk.
If the process is interrupted (power failure, disconnected cable, software failure (e.g. with KIES) ) your phone might be very difficult to revive.

Add a Windows 7 Computer to a network using WPS

If your router supports Windows Connect Now (WCN), or Wi‑Fi Protected Setup (WPS), you can add a computer to the network by following these steps:
  1. Turn on the computer.
  2. Open Connect to a Network by clicking the network icon (Picture of the wireless network icon or Picture of the wired network icon) in the notification area.
    A list of networks currently available is displayed.
  3. Click your network, and then click Connect.
  4. Instead of typing a security key or passphrase, press the Wi‑Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on the router. The router will automatically set up the computer to connect to the network and apply the network's security settings.
    Picture of Windows Connect Now helping you add a computer to the network Windows Connect Now helps you add a computer to the network.


  • WCN sets up the network connection with security turned on by default. You can change the security settings later if desired.

Download ODIN 3.07 Firmware Flasher for Samsung

A new update for ODIN application now is available, you can download ODIN 3.07 version from our site. If you have a new smartphone and want more from it, then when you want to flash a new custom ROM in your device you’ll need to download and install the latest version of ODIN, now the new version for ODIN is 3.07.

This new version comes with bug fixes and gives us new improvements for the new models of Android devices like Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy S3 and others new smartphones.

In our lessons we use the ODIN in many procedures, the ODIN make the flashing process more easily, only download and install ODIN 3.07 install it and then download the stock ROM and flash it with ODIN.
Odin can help you to flash custom ROMs without waiting the official updates; you can also install with ODIN software some Kernels, files system, bootloaders or other hacks.

For the moment,  this powerful software is only for windows system, and if you have other OS then you need to search an substitute for it.

It is extremely serious when you use ODIN to make the correct settings, to tick the right checkboxes because can be extremely dangerous for your device if you check something wrong. Otherwise if, something is not correctly checked in the ODIN settings, you can brick your Android device. In our tutorials,  you find the correct settings which you need to do when should use the ODIN app, so you need to be sure you read carefully all the instructions and you follow all the steps in the correct order.

Download the ODIN software version 3.07 from the below link:

Download ODIN 3.07 from here

Samsung Galaxy Note III to have a 5.9 Inch Display?

Samsung Galaxy Note III, successor of the popular Galaxy Note II ”phablet” device was said to come out with a big 5.9″ display. Now, an executive from one of the main parts suppliers for the company has confirmed the screen huge size.

According to a report from Korea Times, the next generation Note Phablet will launch in the United States as confirmed by the local suppliers. The phone will most likely sport the new 8 core processor in all the units as the new processors become more readily available.

Samsung Galaxy Note III is also rumored to sport the latest OLED technology for the display, which is expected to offer a full HD resolution.

The successor of the Galaxy Note II is expected by the end of August, falling in line with the IFA 2013 premieres, but Samsung most probably will chose to skip the show and hold its own Unpacked (Episode 2) event in the US as it did for the Galaxy S4 – which was Episode 1.