Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Nokia 6233 Ringer Buzzer Problem Picture Help

Ringer and Buzzer problem on Nokia 6233 can be caused by several reasons, most of the problem usually caused by hardware failure. The most often occur is broken line. Here, we provide the pictures related to Nokia 6233 ringer and buzzer problem. The pictures show you how to do a jumper techniques to repair the Nokia 6233 buzzer or ringer problem.

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Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Aircel iPhone 4 16GB 32GB Tarrif Plans Price

Buy the iPhone 4 from Aircel. Get your money back. With Aircel you get the iPhone 4 practically for free! Just sign up for a two year postpaid plan with us and get money back every month.

Postpaid Plans

Prepaid Plans

Aircel iPhone 4 - 50% Moneyback Plan:

- iPhone 4 16GB:
- for 16GB Iphone 4: Monthly Net payment of Rs. 399 with Free Local Minutes 1250, Free SMS 500, Free Data 350 MB

- iPhone 4 32GB:
- Monthly Net payment of Rs. 499 with Free Local Minutes – 1500, Free SMS 500, Free Data 500 MB

Aircel iPhone 4 - 100% Moneyback Plans:

- iPhone 4 16GB:
Monthly Net payment of Rs. 699 with Free Local Minutes 2000, Free SMS 1,000, Free Data 750 MB

- iPhone 4 32GB:
Monthly Net payment of Rs. 800 with Free Local Minutes 2250, Free SMS 1,000, Free Data 1 GB
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Monday, September 23, 2013

Nokia 700 Not Charging Problem Solution Jumper Ways

Nokia 700 Not Charging Problem Solution Jumper Ways
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Sunday, September 22, 2013

BlackBerry Curve 9220 Davis User Manual

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BlackBerry Curve 9220 has a screen size of 2.44 inches with a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. Sebsar Smartphone has dimensions of 109 x 60 x 12.7 mm and weighs only 102 grams. On the left side of the phone there is a microUSB port and a dedicated button for fuel. On the right side of the phone there is a volume up button, volume down and a small button that serves as the play / pause. In addition there is a shortcut button for the camera.

Note :
The entire body is covered by a glossy black plastic material, if not holding it carefully because it could slip a bit slippery

Features :
BlackBerry Curve 9220 comes with a resolution of 2 megapixels camera, but unfortunately not equipped with auto focus and LED flash support. Likewise also features a video recorder that is very simple, without any features. On the video size setting, there are 2 options to choose the size of VGA (640 x 480 pixels) or MMS mode (176 x 144 pixels).

Considering this is not a multimedia smartphone, the Curve 9220 has a video player that quite ordinary ability. Format that can be played just Mp4 and 3gp only. Plus the small screen and low resolution strongly supporting the comfort in watching video.

FM Radio is one of the features built into the BlackBerry Curve 9220. No previous BlackBerry devices equipped with FM Radio. The interface is quite simple and there are only a few frequency bar navigation buttons such as play / stop, favorites, and headset / loudspeaker.

Note :
No 3G connectivity

Performance :
BlackBerry Curve 9220 has been using OS 7.1, the features of the browser has the same capabilities as the BlackBerry OS 7 browser other. When compared Gemini, browsers get a significant increase in terms of appearance, performance and speed. Browser BlackBerry Curve 9220 is able to open more than 30 web pages simultaneously. The browser is quite fast and capable of opening multiple tabs.

This smartphone is equipped with a Li-Ion battery with a capacity of 1450mAh, the largest among the ranks of the BlackBerry OS 7 more. And because the connectivity is also no support 3G then this smartphone has a battery life was very good. If the normal use of the networks connected to the BIS (BlackBerry Internet Service), the smartphone can last all day.

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Saturday, September 21, 2013

Meet the worlds cheapest phablet!

Smartphone upstart Blu Products has dished out three brand new Android-powered smartphones, each of them aimed at different users and price points – but it’s the biggest one that’s caught our eye. Fancy a 200 quid phablet? Look no further than the Blu Life View.
Despite measuring in at 8.9mm thin, the Blu Life View packs in a 5.7-inch HD display along with a beefy 12-megapixel autofocus camera with LED flash and a five-megapixel front-facing camera. There’s plenty of storage space on the phone thanks to the 16GB of flash memory built-in, which can also be expanded up to a further 32GB thanks to the microSD memory card slot, plus a healthy 1GB of RAM to help you multi-task with ease. Ringing up at $299 (£200), who needs a £465 Samsung Galaxy Note 2 when this phablet gives you plenty of viewing space for less than half the price?
The Blu Life One, on the other hand, is a fully aluminium-clad, five-inch smartphone, that’s protected by Gorilla Glass 2. Much like the View, the One also shares the same price point and specs, but in a smaller and more manageable chassis. If you’re after something even cheaper, Blu Products has you covered with its Life Play, which is priced at $229 (£153). The low-range model measures in with a 7.9mm thin design, a 4.7-inch display and a five-megapixel rear camera. The storage built-in stacks up shorter, as there’s only 4GB of space, but that’s also upgradeable via microSD.
Each phone in the Blu Life series comes packing the latest Android 4.2 Jelly Bean release, a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor and even dual-SIM slots, so you can have one number for work and one for play. The whole line is US only, but if you’re looking to import, they go on sale at the end of April.
Are you looking for something that sizes up for less, or are you holding out for Samsung’s next-gen Note? Let us know what you think in the comments below.
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