Saturday, April 2, 2016
Setup on Cellphone:
1. Launch ES file explorer on phone and go to settings then select window settings
2. Select "set the default windows" then check the "Remote Manager" box, and hit "OK".
3. FTP address is typically something like "192.168.1.112:3451".
Setup on the computer:
1. Open Windows Explorer by double clicking Computer.
2. On the left side, there is navigation tab.
3. Right click "Computer" and select "Add a network location".
4. On the Network Location Wizard click "Next".
5. "Choose a custom network location" and click "Next".
6. Type address of phone's FTP server as noted above (i.e, "ftp://192.168.1.112:3451").
7. Click "Next" to login anonymously.
8. Choose a name for the folder, i.e. "Phone Memory card" or "SD card".
9. Click "Next" and "Finish".
Then FTP shortcut will be created on the left of your folder below the "Computer" icon
To access your phone files from PC
1. On Cell phone: Launch ES File Explorer and go to Remote Manager and click Turn on.
2. On Computer: Double click the same FTP shortcut folder that is created by you.
Its an alternative solution for people having problem with Samsung Galaxy devices USB connection to PC for data management.
Friday, April 1, 2016
- Re-downloaded / installed the USB drivers,
- Downloaded KIES software and did a trouble shoot
- Changed the developer settings on phone, nothing works.
Here are some of the possible solutions:
Go to dial pad & type *#0808#
It displays USB settings
Select MTP+ADB option
Press OK button
Connect to USB cable to PC
It shows Connected as a media device.
Smart Switch for PC or Mac
Use ES File Explorer to establish a connection using WIFI
(Explained in another post)
Hardware fix(toothpick method)
NOTE: perform it at your own risk.
Hold your phone and look at the micro USB connector on the bottom edge
Therer is a tongue inside USB port
Take something "non metalic" (flat wooden toothpick). Gently, lift up the "tongue"
Don't do it too much or you will break the tongue,,,just a little bit, and thats all.
Connect again and see the results, it worked for me.
Saturday, July 9, 2011
So there is a way u can modify the original to theme to make ur own new theme.
the only easiest method is to edit the xml document of the original theme for new one.
1. Transfer the theme file (*.thm file) from ur mobile to computer through cable or bluetooth.
2. change its extension from .thm to .zip
3. extract the files inside this zip and save in a different folder.
4. also make a backup folder and put a copy there too.
5. now open the xml document.
6. i would recommend to change nothing in this xml coding except to look for the names of images used for background wallpaper and icons,close it without changing.
7. now replace ur files i.e wallpaper and icons if u wish to change, with the original ones u have just extracted. DONT REPLACE THIS XML DOCUMENT,LEAVE IT AS IT IS.
8. note that ur file names and their length and width should be same as that were going to be replaced. Also their format should also match whether it is jpg or bitmap, otherwise your theme will not work.
9. now select all files alongwith xml document and put them in archive with winrar.
10. type archive name, select zip format option and then write .thm with ur theme name
i.e newtheme.thm as shown below
11. now press ok to zip,it will appear as a .thm file
12. Upload to ur mobile and simply install
13. go to the themes section in ur phone and apply it,and enjoy.
Link for samsung themes:
I have resolved the memory problem for nokia5130, the main thing snatching the memory is the themes, u will notice that as much themes u change that much memory fades up
- i just recently raised my phone memory from 3 mb to 25 mb by using OXYCUBE (its a phone files browser.. which u cant browse n access from any software)
- install it
- attach the phone via cable using pc suite option in the phone... with the PC
- connect phone with OXYCUBE
- then browse the phone
- go to Hidden folders
- go to Themesactive
- here u can see all the themes u hav applied since u bought
- eventhough u formatted it but the themes neva go away from the cache
- e-g i had almost 30 40 themes in that cache with were of almost 22 mb space
- so delete all those themes
- then see the difference
- after that u can apply the themes on ur phone as before
- regularly clean it using OXY CUBE
- I bet this will solve 99% of the memory problems for nokia 5130
see this post : http://artizle.blogspot.com/2011/07/fix-cell-phone-memory-full-problem.html
Thursday, July 7, 2011
A few pics from this eBook:
Get your Cell Phone Memory back, by removing those unwanted files which get copied into the phone memory and consume a lot of the space in memory.
Complete guide in Free ebook : http://u.bb/9BG
or you can watch this youtube video for details: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShorcekDm9I
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4. Better Color Combinations
Ad’s should be so mixed with your content that it become hard to distinguish between ads and content.
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- Many sites will have small ads in the top right hand corner, as they claim it is the first place where the eye sees.
6. Keywords Research
Google Adsense is a game of keywords. It’s actually the money of Adwords advertisers which goes in your pocket and Google’s pocket. Try to understand the mentality of Adwords advertisers and get the knowledge about how much money they are bidding for a particular set of keywords. Aim for getting your chunk out of the advertisers’ money and use this information to your benefit. Many bloggers/website owners confuse between producing content which they are passionate about or the topics which are highly paid. Often, highly paid topics are highly competitive as well and if you are not passionate about the topic which you are producing content then you’ll lose focus and eventually you’ll not be successful.
The right strategy is to identify your passion and try to focus on niche which is under-served and you fill the gap between demand and supply.