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25 August 2012

Like All Facebook Status at Once

STEP 1. First of all you have Login facebook using MOZILLA FIREFOX.

Now install Autolike add-on on your firefox.

Restart it after
doing second step.

Now open and just scroll down the page, you'll see all the status
are automatically liked.


22 August 2012

Free Caller Me Tune Docomo august 2012

I am posting this free Call Me tunes trick for TATA Docomo which is 100% working. !! Here is the trick-

1.) First deactivate call me tunes if u activated by sending CT SMS.
2.) Than dial 543211999 for 1 month subscription .
3.) Select one from given 2 songs.
4.) After confirmation SMS if you want to change SONG dial *678*020# OR *678*030# and then reply with # for main menu. 
5.) Select your song and Enjoy it For free.
NOTE- For changing Song your balance should be not greater than 10 rs .
Also to be on safe side try all this in low balance.  

17 August 2012

How to Use Premium Cookies.

Step 1: Just make a bookmark of the javascript present under the following link-->

Step 2: Open the website for which you want to load the Cookie (e.g., etc.)
Wait untill the website loads completely.

Step 3: Click that bookmark.
After clicking it, a prompt will appear asking you
to enter the Cookie.

Step 4: Paste the cookie in the prompt textbox and click Ok button.

Step 5: Refresh the page. If the Cookie is valid then you will see a Premium account.

NOTE : After Logging IN, never Log OUT.


12 August 2012

Airtel Download YouTube For Free

Hi Friends,This is the Latest Trick for Airtel Tested on 12 August,2012. Just Use this Setting:   PROXY - VUCLIP.COM
PORT - 80


11 August 2012

Free Tata Docomo 3G Hack

Hello friends we are come back with latest working tata docomo gprs trick with opera mini handler.Using this trick you can easily get free internet in your tata docomo sim mobile.This trick is working find in most of all state of india.In this trick we just give you free opera mini handler and our trick url.Using url you can access free internet in your mobile.
# Free gprs Trick
Step 1 :  make a new setting as per below
    Proxy Address:
    Proxy Port :  8080
    HomePage :

Step 2 : Download opera Handler from here
Step 3 : Make changes in opera handler as below.

Socket Server:
Port :80
Homepage for Blocked Sim Users:


06 August 2012

HACK Get Free T-shirts for a Year

Hi Guys,

Today i am going to tell you how to get T-shirts shipped to your home for free. This Offer is available for all INDIA.

1.Click here to visit referral page and register on shersingh website [Mobile verification is important]
2.Now click on Century club as shown in below screenshot:

[Image: 2hpTQ.png]

3.You will see your referral link on this page.
4.You just need to copy this link and publish on your FB page or blog or any other advertisement medium so that other peoples can join through this link which in turn will increase your referral count.
Other options to directly invite Gmail, Facebook, Yahoo friends is also there. You can use this option too.

Benefit Part:
Level 1 : Get 33% discount on all products

Level 2 : Get any item of your choice:
Just Invite 5 Members to Join & You Will Win a FREE Sher Singh product of your choice. Level 3 : Invite 10 members and get Rs.3000 Shersingh store credit.

Redemption procedure:
Suppose you have added products worth Rs.4300 in your cart. When you reach the payment page, it will automatically deduct 33%, i.e. total payable amount will come down to 4300-1419 = Rs.2881. Now pay this final amount i.e. Rs.2881 using your store credit which finally brings down the payment amount to zero.
Level 4 : Win a FREE WARDROBE for a year: Just Invite 20 of Your Friends to Join & SHER SINGH will dress you up for a year i.e. You Will Get 12 Products of Your Choice for FREE of Cost i.e. Each Month You’ll Get Special Voucher Code to Get any of Products of Your Choice on SHERSINGH For FREE of Cost.

02 August 2012

Reset Windows 7 Password using Hiren BootCD

Forgetting your password is never any fun, but luckily there’s a really easy way to reset the password. All you need is a copy of the Windows installation disk and one simple command line trick.

Resetting Your Forgotten Windows Password

Boot off the Windows disk and select the “Repair your computer” option from the lower left-hand corner.

Follow through until you get to the option to open the Command Prompt, which you’ll want to select.

First you’ll want to type in the following command to backup the original sticky keys file:
copy c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe c:\
Then you’ll copy the command prompt executable (cmd.exe) over top of the sticky keys executable:
copy c:\windows\system32\cmd.exe c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe

Now you can reboot the PC.

Resetting the Password

Once you get to the login screen, hit the Shift key 5 times, and you’ll see an administrator mode command prompt.

Now to reset the password—just type the following command, replacing the username and password with the combination you want:
net user geek MyNewPassword

That’s all there is to it. Now you can login.
Of course, you’ll probably want to put the original sethc.exe file back, which you can do by rebooting into the installation CD, opening the command prompt, and copying the c:\sethc.exe file back to c:\windows\system32\sethc.exe.

01 August 2012

Trace you Stolen Laptop

Today I am Posting New Trick To Trace Your Stolen Laptop Or PC..

We Know That, A Stolen Mobile Can Find Using IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)
Number.. But We Never Heard Any Trick To Trace A Stolen Laptop..
Yes.. Its Possible To Trace A Stolen Laptop-PC..

Whenever a Laptop is Connected To Internet At That Time We Can Trace This Laptop-PC Using MAC-ID (Media Access Control ID),  Install this Freeware PreyProject

The above software will track your laptop.I Hope This Post Will Help You..

26 July 2012

How to remove Navbar from blogger blog

In blogger you can always hide/remove Navbar. Well, I am not so sure what navbar is about but I use navbar for switching to Dashboard to blog and vice versa. Mostly people remove Navbar for their highly customized and professional templates and some just don’t want to use Navbar. In this tutorial I am going to show you how to remove and restore Navbar from blogger blog. Let’s see.

First you have to login your blogger account. Go to dashboard.
Now choose a blog where you want to hide navbar.
Go to Design > Edit Html.
Back up your template (first make sure you have completely back up your template).
Now look for the code in your Blog HTML


Now paste the below code before the above code

#navbar-iframe { display: none !important; }

Click on preview to make sure Navbar is hidden.
That’s it. Now click on save template (This procedure will hide the navbar from your blog).

How to restore Navbar?

If you want to use navbar again or you don’t want to hide navbar after applied these settings. You can always restore navbar to your blogger blog.
To restore navbar delete the code which we applied in our first step. Click save template.

This is how we can remove or restore navbar from our blog. If you find this post useful don’t forget to share with your friends. Any suggestion or feedbacks use the comment box below.Enjoy...

16 July 2012

How To Backup/Download Your Facebook Data

So how do you backup all your Facebook data? Here is a quick and easy procedure to backup all the items mentioned above:
1. Login to your Facebook account.
2. Click the "Account" drop-down menu located in the top-right corner of your Facebook page.
3. Click on "Account Settings".
4. From the "Settings" tab, Look for the line that says "Download Your Information" and click the link to the right of it that says: "learn more".
5. Click the "Download" button on the page that follows.
After you click "Download", you will receive a Facebook pop-up message stating that they are "gathering" all your information into a ZIP formatted file for you to download. The message says it may take awhile and that they will send you an e-mail when the file is ready to be downloaded.
The length of time it takes to build the archive file will depend on how much data (videos, pictures, etc) that you have posted to your account. For people who have been using facebook for several years, this could take a few hours or more. Here is the Official Video about the Process:

Add the Facebook backup process to your regular backup routine. It's a good idea to backup your Facebook content every few weeks or months because you never know when the island that your Facebook data may be residing on might decide to implode or travel back in time to 1977. Good luck getting your funny cat videos back if that happens.

15 July 2012

How To Change Voice in Skype

Skype Voice Changer is a free web application that allows you to change your voice during VOIP calls using Skype. The program is basically used to change your voice in real time by applying a number of different effects to it while you are doing a voice chat with others using  Skype. You can easily customize each of the grouped effects, in a various different ways.
It lets you create something new out of your voice that sound truly unique. Although you can adjust settings such as Feedback and Delay, however, selecting the settings randomly and observing the resulting sound, adds more fun to your conversation.

Yes, that’s it. Adjust the settings and start having fun with Skype conversation. You can take a look at Voice Changer in order to get familiar with it:


If you are a Skype user  then you can also try out other free Skype apps or software like software to record skype calls, and Skype video chat apps for iPad.

Here is how to change voice in Skype Voice Changer:

  1. Click on “Connect To Skype” button, given at the top left side of the window
  2. Sign-in to Skype
  3. Allow the access to this application.
  4. Once you are done, start exploring the variety of different sounds that your voice will get transformed, such as- Pitch Down, SuperPitch, Chorus and many more.
In a nutshell, Skype Voice Changer is a marvelous app to be used in a fun and interesting way. The program is just outstanding. Try it and you will definitely agree.

08 July 2012

Make Money by Selling Hosting

Hi Folks,

Today I am going to tell you about a new method to earn money on Internet for free. Its about selling the web-hosting and you need a zero investment for this.

First of all, Register on YouHosting
Use own Domain name or go with a .tk Domain.
Register a .tk domain

Now, Update the NameServers according to the email you have just recieved.

Go To Look and Feel and Click Install Main Website.

make money from free hosting

Choose a template, enter your master account FTP password and website will be installed. You can use File Manager or FTP client to download website files to your computer and make modifications.

Moving on Look and Feel>Client Signup Form. Setup it for your Clients.
client signup form

Next Step is to Setup the Features and Pricing. Head over to Configuration>Manage Hosting Plans.
hosting Manage

 You need to Setup Payment Gateway in Configuration>Manage Payment Gateway.
Payment Gateway

So, That is all about the new method. If you are not yet Registered on this Website.Go Now:

Reseller hosting


27 June 2012

Idea July 2012 3G Tricks

Hi Guys,
Today i am Sharing 5 Tricks for Idea that i found working all over the India. So, Enjoy these tricks and don't forget to keep checking my site for new stuff.

Download Tricks

11 June 2012

BSNL June 2012 Trick

New Bsnl 3G Trick For Unlimited Downloading And Browsing From Hackopedia.Enjoy Unlimitedly...

Bsnl Free 3G Trick June 2012:

Proxy Or IP:

Port: 9209


HomePage: Http://


03 June 2012

Airtel GPRS Trick June 2012

his Airtel Proxy Trick Working Great And Resume Supported Also.Enjoy Unlimited Free Browsing And Downloading With This Airtel 3G Proxy Trick.

Airtel 3G Proxy Trick 1:

Account Name: Hackopedia


Airtel 3G Proxy Trick 2:

Account Name: Hackopedia


Airtel 3G Proxy Trick 3:

Account Name: Hackopedia


Use These Home Pages For Above Proxies


02 June 2012

BlackBerry Curve 9380 Review

Key Features:
BlackBerry® Operating System 7.0
NFC Connectivity
5 Megapixel Camera with LED Flash & Video Recorder
Instant Messaging
3.2 Inch TFT Capacitive Touch Screen (360 x 480 Pixels)
Touch Sensitive Optical Trackball Navigation
A GPS Navigation with BlackBerry® Maps
3G & Wi-Fi® Technology
Compact Size 109 x 60 x 11.2 mm

This BlackBerry Smartphone comes with a compact & stylish touch screen form casing which is only 1.12cm in depth, therefore easy to carry in your pocket. It has a fashionable design & comes in a sleek black coloured casing. It has a beautifully clear display which not only provides a viewing display but a responsive touch screen too. This screen measures 3.2 inches in diameter & has a high colour display. You can also use the trackball navigation control to glide though menus & select options if you prefer.

This Smartphone offers flexible usability & comes with many features to assist you with mobile communication & entertainment. It supports the BlackBerry® operating system version 7.0 plus useful technologies including 3G, Wi-Fi® & near field communication. Along with the built in memory you can extend your memory further by inserting a compatible memory card.

Main disadvantages:

  • BlackBerry Internet Service account is a must to enjoy all the phone features
  • No physical QWERTY keyboard (a potential deal breaker for a BlackBerry)
  • No videocalling and no front facing camera either
  • No Flash support for the web browser
  • No FM radio
  • Screen has no haptic feedback
  • Poor audio quality and loudspeaker performance
It's like we already met with the Curve 9380. Since it’s a completely different approach to the Curve lineup there is just no basis for parallels with older Curves. But remembering the previous BlackBerry OS 7-based smartphones we had, the Torch 9860 will surely ring a bell.


28 May 2012

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Review

The Galaxy Nexus packs an impressive spec sheet, but it is (yet again) the OS which is the device’s main highlight. After all, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is widely expected to put an end to the fragmentation, which currently plagues Google’s mobile platform.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Unlike its Nexus S predecessor, which was essentially a rebranded Samsung Galaxy S, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus is a completely different device from the current flagship of the company, the I9100 Galaxy S II. The latest Google phone sports a different GPU and chipset, which are, well, not as powerful as those found inside the Galaxy S II.
Here is a quick look at what the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has to offer, along with its main disadvantages.

Key features

  • Quad-band GSM; penta-band 3G support
  • HSDPA 21Mbps; HSUPA 5.76Mbps
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS with stock UI
  • 4.65” Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with HD (720 x 1280 pixels) resolution; 16M colors; oleophobic surface
  • Slim profile at 8.9mm
  • Dual-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A9 CPU; PowerVR SGX540 GPU; TI OMAP 4460 chipset
  • 16/32GB built-in storage; 1GB RAM
  • 5 MP camera (2592x1936 pixels) with autofocus, LED flash; 1.3MP front-facing unit
  • 1080p video recording @30fps; touch-to-zoom while recording
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n
  • DLNA; Wi-Fi hotspot
  • Bluetooth 3.0 with ADP
  • Charging MHL microUSB port with TV-out (1080p) support
  • GPS receiver with A-GPS support
  • NFC connectivity
  • Accelerometer, gyro and proximity sensors; compass; barometer
  • Back cover made of Hyper Skin material for increased grip
  • Excellent audio quality

Main disadvantages

  • Camera resolution is not on par with the rest of the high-end dual-core competition
  • Below average battery life
  • Lacks a dedicated camera key
  • No microSD card slot
  • No mass-storage mode (some files don't show up in MTP mode)
  • Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is yet to be fully compatible with all apps from the Android Market
  • No FM radio
A quick look at the key features of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will show you that the smartphone’s hottest hardware feature is its Super AMOLED screen with HD resolution – a first for a Samsung smartphone. The display combines amazing contrast ratio and superb viewing angles, with eye-popping size and resolution – a perfect match for the spanking new OS on board.
As far as the rest of the hardware is concerned, we heavily suspect that Samsung has intentionally omitted a couple of Galaxy S II features such as the microSD card slot and a superior 8MP camera unit. The superior screen of the Galaxy Nexus, while giving it a touch of exclusivity hardware-wise, will not be enough to cannibalize the strong sales, which the I9100 still enjoys.
The latest Google phone will be aimed at the Android purists – the crowd, which doesn’t like launchers or UI tweaks. And also the crowd that likes to get the latest OS updates from Google first. In this aspect, the smartphone is entirely in a league of its own.
Samsung Galaxy Nexus Samsung Galaxy Nexus
So is the Samsung Galaxy Nexus a proper flagship for the company, or is it simply an Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich flag bearer for Google? This is what we’re trying to find out in this review.
We are going to continue next with an unboxing of the smartphone, followed by design and build quality inspection.
The Galaxy Nexus isn't just a new Android flavor of the week. Android Ice Cream Sandwich represents a big step forward for the OS in terms of usability and polish. The physical design itself may be too big for some, but Samsung has done a nice job keeping the weight and thickness down to counterbalance the big and beautiful 720p screen. The Galaxy Nexus beats the iPhone 4S when it comes to multitasking. What we'd like to see is Facebook integrated into the People app.

27 May 2012

Motorola Droid Razr Maxx review

Enter the Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx. A mere two months after its predecessor was released on Verizon, this new contender came around to challenge the battery life of every single next-gen phone we've ever used. Its back end has been filled out somewhat to make room for a bigger battery, but at 8.99mm, it's still slimmer than a huge number of competing handsets on the market today. So what makes the Maxx different from the RAZR?


The Maxx isn't looking to win that title, but it still shouldn't be considered bulky by any means. After all, at its thinnest, it cuts a skinnier profile than the 9.3mm-thick iPhone 4S and the 9.47mm Galaxy Nexus on Verizon. Granted, the Maxx still sports the same 10.6mm-thick hump as you'll find on the original RAZR's back cover, though this time around, the slope running up from its thinner end is less pronounced. And frankly, we don't mind the dimensions one bit. We understand that thin is in, but the heft makes for a much more comfortable grip.

We took the phone off the charger at 8:30 AM, began our standard video rundown test that consists of an endless video loop while connected to 3G, walked away and waited. And waited. And continued waiting until 1 AM the following morning. That's right -- the Maxx lasted 16.5 hours playing the same video over and over before giving up the ghost.

As with the Droid RAZR, the Maxx sports an eight megapixel rear shooter and 1.3MP front-facing camera. As mentioned before, the sensors are identical to the previous phone, and as such don't expect to see many different results here. Colors are still muted in direct sunlight, it struggles in low-light situations and indoor images are once again a bit noisy. We were pleased to see only a limited amount of shutter lag, thanks to the phone's continuous autofocus feature.

Despite a beefed-up battery, the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx has a slim, attractive, and durable design with the same gorgeous display, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and fast Verizon 4G/LTE data speeds as its predecessor. It retains powerful multimedia chops and tight security features.

For such an advanced smartphone, the vague promise of a future Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is disappointing. Also, while a stronger battery is great, it's still not user-removable. People with small hands will find it hard to wrap around the phone's wide frame, and the 8-megapixel camera is unimpressive.

The Motorola Droid Razr Maxx proves that a powerful Android superphone can remain thin yet still promise marathon-worthy battery life. If you can live without Ice Cream Sandwich and have big hands, the Maxx is extremely compelling.

26 May 2012

Huawei Ideos X5 Pro Review

Huawei Ideos X5 Pro is a Touch Bar phone weighing 130g Huawei had introduced the Ideos Pro smartphone. A neat looking phone with a set of decent features but a tad high on price. The company recently introduced the successor to the device in the form of the Ideos X5 Pro. The company has now added a few enhancements and the device has been re-launched at a slightly lower price.


  • - Android Gingerbread V2.3
  • - 3.8 Inch WVGA Multi Touch Display
  • - 1GHz Processor
  • - Support 720p HD Video Recording And Playback
  • - 5MP Camera With Flash
  • - SRS WOW HD Audio Effect
  • - 1500mAh Battery


Putting it in a nutshell, the Huawei Ideos X5 Pro is a pretty neat device for  INR13,800 Although it has some minimal changes over the predecessor and the price hasn't seen a huge jump either. It performs well enough, the screen responds accurately and Huawei's trendy cloud apps and services are quite handy.

25 May 2012

Asus Eee Pad Transformer TF101G Review

Tablets make fun multimedia devices but when it comes down to real work, like typing out this review for instance, there’s no replacing the good ol’ physical keyboard. You could always buy a bluetooth keyboard as an add-on but that’s just one more thing to carry around. This has always caused a huge dilemma for first time buyers who are left with the painful choice of deciding between a tablet and a netbook. A hybrid device was needed to give us the best of both worlds. Lenovo teased us with the LePad but never actually got to putting it into production. Thankfully, Asus saw a window of opportunity and capitalized on it by creating, quite frankly, the best hybrid device seen to date. We give you the Transformer TF101G - a tablet for leisure and a netbook for work, just what the doctor ordered.

Design and Build
The Transformer comes in two parts, there’s the tablet itself and the keyboard dock which further expands its functionality. Let’s start with the tablet. Measuring just 12.9mm in thickness, it’s really slim and light too, at just 695g. The Galaxy Tab 750 still remains the slimmest and lightest 10.1-inch tablet though. The TF101G is built extremely well and it just feels like it costs a premium (which is does). Instead of a plain, boring back, Asus have gone with a nice patterned design and the colour is very eye catching as well. The tablet sports an IPS panel and a scratch-resistant glass for added protection.
All docked in

Connectivity wise, we have a 3.5mm headphone jack with support for a microphone as well, mini-HDMI (Type C) connector, microSD card slot while the left side houses the SIM card slot (For the TF101G model only) and the volume rocker and power/sleep button. The fit and finish of all the ports and buttons are well done giving you a sense of quality and attention to detail.
Buttons are crafted well

The proprietary connector is at the bottom and is used for charging, data transfer or to connect to the dock. In the rear, we also have a 5MP camera without flash and a front facing 1.3MP camera for video chat. While the TF101G does accept SIM cards, it does not support telephony functions. It does however come with 16GB memory, Gyroscope and E-compass and stereo speakers with SRS. Now, let’s turn our attention to the dock.The dock can be charged separately as well.

Other apps include MyLibrary which lets you read Ebooks and popular news publications. Kindle app also comes bundled. There’s MovieStudio for editing your captured videos, Polaris Office for working on Office documents and spreadsheets.
Use the cloud to expand your storage

SuperNote lets you scribble notes, embed images, etc. Since this is a Tegra-powered device, we get TegraZone allowing you to purchase and download games optimized for this hardware. Sadly, Asus doesn’t bundle along any games with the Transformer.

The 5MP autofocus camera fails to impress with very basic functionality and poor options. The sensor fairs strictly average when it comes to snapping indoor pictures.
Camera interface is extremely basic
Camera interface is extremely basic

Since you don't have much control over the autofocus as there’s no grid or focus point for your reference, you simply point at your subject and hope for a well focused shot.
The video recording isn’t too impressive either. The recorded video is very jittery even if you move the tablet around slowly. Overall, Asus fails to impress us in this department.

Battery Life
In our video drain test, the SIM was set to 2G mode, Wi-Fi was off and brightness was set to medium. We first started the test with the tablet disconnected from the dock. Here, we managed to get 7hrs and 40min of battery life before the tablet refused to boot up. This is pretty good given the slim form factor. But it doesn't end there. Once docked, we managed squeeze out another 4hrs from the Transformer which gives us a total battery life of almost 11hrs. Asus claims 14hrs which I’m sure is achievable if you tone down the brightness further and perhaps put it in Airplane mode. Nevertheless, this is more than you will ever get on most netbooks without having to deal with the ugly bulge from higher capacity battery packs. Next, we managed to get 8hrs in our loops tests which included a video loop, audio loop and streaming radio over Wi-Fi.

So should you buy the Transformer TF101G? Well, The Price is Little Higher as compared to Features.You can Buy this if You have Lot of Money.For Others, at least we can expect a nice price drop for the current one..


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