Photos and a video of a Motorola smartphone have been leaked and it looks so much like a Google Nexus 4 device, save for the logo on the upper left portion. Also, it does not look to be the much-anticipated Motorola X phone, but possibly a mid-range device.
The back panel is slightly curved and has rounded edges and it surprisingly did not put Kevlar components, which is a defining characteristic for RAZR phones. Google cleaned out the Moto UI but left the typical round clock widget.
The video shows the phone's responsiveness and it can still be greatly improved as it looks tacky when the phone is tilted on one side. The guy on the video even held out an iPhone, apparently to compare the size of the display screen, which is substantially bigger and wider than the iPhone's.
Judging from the improvement that Motorola has done in this prototype mid-range device's design and UI, it very much looks to have been influenced by Google and that the Motorola X is really something to look forward to.
Mobile phone technology has come a long way since the first mobile phone call was made 40 years ago today, changing life forever- but there is a lot more innovation to look forward to, according to one expert.
It was back on April 3 1973 that Motorola employee Martin Cooper made a call in New York on a Motorola DynaTAC - widely regarded globally as the first public cellphone call.
Something of a brick - you would be probably better off mugging someone with it than for it - the first mobile phone was used by Cooper to phone a rival at AT&T's Bell Labs on 3 April 1973.
We can imagine the response that got, but expect that the call was rather short anyway, particularly as the phone had terrible battery life, weighed 2lb and Cooper was probably sick of holding it up to his head. Mobile phones hit the UK in the mid 1980s, but were expensive and still rather large.
BCH-I899 Android phone will soon be available in stores. This device is equipped with CDMA2000 EVDO Rev. A and also adds Wi-Fi/WAPI to make mobile internet surfing easy and cost effective.
Here's some of its specs and features. These include:
- 3.2 inch AMOLED resistive touchscreen display with 320 x 480 pixels
- Wi-Fi / WAPI
- DivX support
- 3.5mm headset jack
- 3.2MP camera with autofocus and flash
- 512MB of internal memory
- 800 MHz processor
- MicroSD card support (up to 32GB)
- 1440 mAh battery
- 116.5 x 56.4 x 12.8 mm
- 126 grams
Samsung Display will showoff two flexible displays at CES 2013 in Las Vegas next month. The first display panel will cater to smartphones that will have a display size of 5.5-inches and 1280×720 HD resolution whereas the second one will be a 55-inch for televisions.
Samsung has been developing curving screens for some time, showing off smaller display demos, like the 4.5-inch WVGA screen with about a 200 pixel density that CNET saw at CES 2011. With this demo's increased resolution and screen size, Samsung is clearly keeping pace with today's smartphone expectations.
Nonetheless, we're looking forward to getting a first look at them in the coming CES 2013.
Last year, Samsung introduced a few Android candybars that featured both touchscreens, and full QWERTY keyboards. One of them was the Galaxy M Pro GT-B7800 with Android Gingerbread on it, and now looks like we now have a successor to it.
The FCC certified GT-B7810, an Android-running QWERTY phone from Samsung images have been leaked. Apparently running Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, the Samsung B7810 looks a lot like the older B7800 model.
Samsung GT-B7800 features HSDPA, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, a landscape display with 480 x 360 pixels, Bluetooth 3.0, 3.5mm headset jack, rear camera, 1,200 mAh battery, and MicroSD card support. We don't know how much internal memory the new smartphone has, and neither the speed of its processor. We will just have to wait and see.
451Research on consumer smart phone survey shows an explosive wave of momentum is catapulting Samsung to its all-time high in a ChangeWave survey, even as Apple demand remains strong three months after the iPhone 5 release. The December 11-27, 2012 survey took a close-up look at North American smart phone trends, with 88% of the 4,061 respondents residing in the US.
The survey indicates that Samsung sales could see strong early gains in 2013, while interest in Apple's iPhone takes a hit. Samsung's Galaxy Note II in particular made a promising showing, meaning consumers are eager to wrap their hands around big screen devices.
Samsung posted an 8 percentage point game, bringing anticipated demand from 13 to 21 percent overall, much of a climb is "unprecedented" in their survey history. The Samsung Galaxy S III was the most desirable of Samsung handsets, with 69 percent of overall demand, but the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 was a surprise hit, with 23 percent of all Samsung consumer interest. Overall, consumers reported considerable interest in "phablet" devices, with 27 percent reporting they wanted a screen that's at least 5-inches. The 4 to 4.9-inch category still rules with 52 percent of interest, but clearly, consumers are liking the idea of big screen phones.
With Mobile World congress just around the corner, Samsung has unveiled a new cellular product the Galaxy Xcover 2. The idea behind the launch of this phone now doesn't seem to be clear as Mobile World Congress coming up and many new phones are to be unveiled. Moving on to the phone, the features of the phone would directly attract the adventurous people, especially, for the people who want to take some adventurous pictures. The features made for this stuff include the GPS and GLONASS. The phone is water resistant and can remain in water for up to 1 meter depth and up to 30 minutes.
Other features of the phone include: 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and a 5-megapixel camera, there is a physical button for camera for non-stop capturing of images, especially, underwater. An app for fitness program is also said to be installed in the phone. But, still it is undecided on where the phone will be launched. MWC would though be one of the destinations.
Samsung within few days of the launch of Galaxy Xcover, has launched Xcover2 with some additional features. This Xcover 2 is IP67 certified meaning it can avoid dust, accidental drop and is water-proof. It can remain in operation under water up to 1 meter for 30 minutes. In this version Xcover, Samsung has added a new feature of taking instantaneous pictures under water with a button know as the "shutter key".
The phone runs on Android 4.1 software and is powered by a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor and 1GB RAM. The phone has a 4-inch screen with a display of 400 x 800 resolutions. The phone also has a 5 mega-pixel rear camera and a VGA front camera installed. The internal memory of the phone is tiny i.e. 4 GB in relation to other phones of this category. But, the phone has an option of a micro SD slot which can allow users to have more storage. This version of Xcover phone would be showcased at MWC 2013, but no official word on its release.
If you're not already a Sprint customer, you can get the Sprint Samsung Galaxy Note II for just $69.99. That's $230 less than what Sprint charges you directly, and you'll still sign the same two-year contract with the carrier. That's an awesome deal, and I don't think you can find a better deal with any other carrier.
If you are already with Sprint and want to upgrade your existing hardware to a Galaxy Note II, you'll have to pay $199.99 at Amazon. That's still $100 less than what you'd need to pay at Sprint itself.
Samsung Galaxy Note II brings a whole new category of smartphones to Sprint. This high-performance device boasts many rich features and is indispensable when it comes to entertainment and productivity thanks to an enhanced S Pen hover experience, intuitive software, and elegant hardware features. Touch, hover, scribble, and speak-the Note II offers multiple tactile ways to interact. Capture and create with the innovative S Pen and preloaded apps like S Memo and S Note. Enjoy multitasking, intuitive interactions, customizable home screens, and more on the latest Google OS Android 4.1, Jelly Bean and the Samsung TouchWiz platform. With the latest HD Super AMOLED Plus technology powering the Note II's 5.5-inch 720P display, images are bigger, clearer, and brighter than ever allowing you to view color-rich movies, photos, presentations, and gaming. With Note II performance and power are automatic, thanks to Samsung's Exynos 1.6 Ghz quad-core processor, a long-lasting battery, and blazing fast 4G LTE network speeds.
Link to Amazon.
The Samsung Galaxy Victory 4G (LTE) is now available on Virgin Mobile. This smartphone was previously launched on Sprint last year and it is available on Virgin for roughly $300 off-contract.
It is a sensible mid-range smartphone, which has a dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor clocking in at 1.2GHz per core and 1 GB memory. The internal storage of 4GB may be expanded to an additional 32GB using microSD. It has ample display at 4 inches as well as front and back cameras. Main camera is at 5MP.
It runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, different from what Sprint offers. Plans for unlimited data with messaging for Virgin can be had for as little as $35/month, which is very affordable and can be quite tempting for many who are looking for an LTE phone with NFC support.
There is no denying the success of the Galaxy S 4 event held last March 14th because a lot of people have pre-registered to be the first ones to own the phone. According to a popular UK mobile retailer, the Carphone Warehouse, the Galaxy S 4 was their most pre-registered phone or device to ever graze their company.
However, this does not mean to say that these people who pre-registered will each buy the coveted device. These are merely the number of people who have signed up to receive news or additional information on the device. According to the popular mobile retailer, Galaxy S 4 pre-registrations are four times more than pre-registrations for its predecessor, the Galaxy S 3.
With these kinds of report, it is getting more likely for Samsung to reach their target 100M sales. Even if it means just getting past the 50M sales mark, it will be an incredible feat for Samsung that others will surely find difficult to beat.
Leaked by Sammobile, it seems like Samsung will be coming out with a camera phone that features a 16 megapixel resolution, called the Galaxy S4 Zoom.
Samsung goes in a very well-defined direction with this product. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom, will certainly appeal to those that are passionate about photography, that don't feel like carrying a camera with them at all times, but want more than a phone camera can do.
Similiar to the Galaxy Camera, which Samsung introduced at IFA Berlin last year. Samsung downgraded the screen size of the Galaxy S4 Zoom to a 4.3" qHD SAMOLED display. The phone self-will have 8 GB of storage, MicroSD up to 64 GB, Bluetooth 4.0 LE, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, A-GPS and Android OS Jelly Bean and of course Samsung's own Touch Wiz Nature UX interface.
Rumors also mentioned that the processor is likely to be dual-core or quad-core sadly the processor and RAM aren't finally decided yet.
In a move which should surprise nobody, AT&T announced this morning that it will are the exclusive U.S. carrier for Nokia's flagship Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8 handset, continuing its lock-down from the high-end Lumia line. The Lumia 900 Windows Phone 7 handset has also been AT&T-only.
The company additionally announced promises to carry the more mainstream Lumia 820. Both phones will show up on store shelves by using an unspecified November day, though earlier reports pegged the launch for November 2nd.
We were impressed by the Lumia 920's colorful exterior, crisp PureView-powered pictures and its sharp, bright display whenever we saw the product firsthand at Nokia's launch event. The phone packs several particularly nifty features, including wireless charging as well as the augmented reality City Lens app. The Lumia 820, meanwhile, sports an exhibition of slightly lower - however HD - resolution compared to Lumia 920 and interchangeable shells rather than wireless charging. With all these great features, we are wondering, will you buy one?
Huawei is trying hard to get pass with the image that it only producing cheap and low-cost phones, which involving competing with established brands such as Samsung. Huawei Ascend D2 and Ascend Mate occupy the high-end phone market, the Ascend G520 is aimed at the more affordable scale, while still offering some of high end features.
The Ascend G520 also comes with an unspecified version of Android (but at least 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich), a 4.5-inch IPS touchscreen of unknown resolution, a 5 MP rear camera, and 512 MB of RAM. That's a bit disappointing, sure. Then again - you are getting a quad-core phone for little over 200 dollars unlocked.
The G520 pictured above comes with China Mobile's logo on it, as you can see. And it's unclear at this point whether this device will ever make it to any other country.
Unlocking is highly beneficial both to phone buyers and sellers because the device goes up in value when it becomes unlocked. This gives the phone owners various choices, wherein they can decide which carrier to use with their phones. Most of the phones sold in the country today are locked devices and there is a petition going on that calls for unlocking to be legalized.
The Obama administration must respond to this call if the signatures of the petition reach one hundred thousand. As of date, there almost 37000 individuals who have signed the petition and many people may still not be aware of this petition and this is why you should take action now if you do not oppose legalization of unlocking.
Just to help you decide, carrier-locked phones are charged with expensive roaming fees for users who use their phones abroad. Furthermore, you can take advantage of some providers' promo plans if your phone is unlocked. So sign the petition now!
It is quite obvious to say that mobile phones have become an integral part of our modern lifestyle. Many of us cannot imagine living without a mobile phone. At some extent, it may drive them crazy. The industry of mobile never seems to show any sign of slowing down considering that the need for more sophisticated and more convenient ways of communication keeps on increasing. Furthermore, we have found that a mobile phone have been more functional than ever before.
Lately, the idea of unblocking your mobile phones has become a new trend in many countries. More and more mobile phone users are very interested in this issue and wonder if they can do that process on their own device.
When you purchase a new mobile phone, it is very likely that it is locked to a certain network. It would be almost impossible for you to change or use some other networks because the original network provider locks your mobile phone so that it can only work with their SIM cards. Most of the time, we have to buy a new cell phone if we like to change the network. Many mobile phone users are just too afraid to try to unlock this traditional system as they believe that it may harm their device. To tell you the truth, this is nothing more than a false misconception. There would be no harm done to your mobile phone to have it unlocked. All you need to do is entering the unlock code using the keypad that is all. There is no reason for you to worry about your mobile phone. It will stay safe and fully functional after this simple process. You can buy the codes local shops, online from providers like SafeUnlockCode or from your network if they provide this service.
Unlocking a mobile phone has become the latest craze in the mobile phone industry. Before you actually unlock your own mobile device, it would be much better if you discover 10 reasons why you should unlock your mobile phone in the following paragraphs.
The process of mobile phone unlocking is pretty easy yet the benefits that you will gain are staggering.
Here are some reasons why you should do that to your own mobile phone;
1. Most mobile phones come with unlocked system
The mobile phones available in the stores are mostly locked, it is almost impossible to find the ones that are not locked. This system does not allow you to change your networks and it is closely associated with the marketing strategy of the mobile phone service providers. Unlocking your mobile phone will give you the freedom to use any kind of network service providers that you like.
2. It gives you the opportunity to get more affordable rates
The industry of mobile phone networks has to be one of the most thriving businesses. Many service providers are competing in getting more customers by offering good quality services with lower rates. This will lead us to the need to change our networks pretty frequently. It will be possible only when we unblock the mobile device.
3. Unblocking mobile phones for more flexibility
Switching from a mobile phone network to another has become a necessity this day and an unblocked cell phone will give you the flexibility that you require.
4. Keeps you from purchasing new mobile phone
Just because you need to switch your mobile phone network, it does not mean that you have to buy a new gadget. It would cost you plenty of money. Most of the time this new habit is encouraged by the cheaper rates offered by other mobile service providers
5. Save more money from switching networks or changing your SIM cards
The tariff war in the market today is just outrages. It is very easy for the mobile phone users to have a change of heart in a matter of a few days. It is very reasonable since we can save our money by doing so.
6. Making more money from selling your unblocked mobile phone
For some reason, we decide to buy a new mobile phone. It should be very helpful if we can get more money from selling our old one. In order to increase the resale value of your old phone, it would be best of you unlock it in the first place. This option also allows you to sell your old phone much faster as you can easily offer your old phone to more people rather than to a group of people from a certain network.
7. Allows you use more than a single SIM card on your phone
After you unblock your mobile phone, you can use it with any SIM card that you want. This gives you the chance to use different phone numbers.
8. The unlocking process will not cause any damage at all to your phone
9. Increasing the value of your purchase and make it more useful to yourself
10. Unblocking your mobile phone has become much easier and faster these days.
So, what are you waiting for? Unlock your mobile phone now!
Smartphones have undoubtedly helped us achieve so much within the past years from online banking to the use of some ground-breaking capabilities. Android, in particular, has consistently provided useful applications to many users worldwide. However, a recent report about a hacker who asserts that it is possible to hijack a plane using an Android phone is causing quite a stir among security agencies and authorities.
In a conference held in Amsterdam, Hugo Teso, a trained-pilot and an authority in airline security has explained the possibility of having an Android application that can control an aircraft using a smartphone. He mentioned that a hacker can completely takeover the control of the plane, much like how our phones can be used to control other devices in our network.
Teso explains further that this is only possible if an aircraft is on auto-pilot. However, it still poses a big security risk for a lot of people who are expecting to travel safely, since a hacker-hijacker can intercept radio broadcasts, command the plane and worse, crash the aircraft. Authorities are already hard at work in preventing such things from happening.
Google plans to officially launch the Android Device Manager for all devices running Android 2.2 or higher. The Android Device Manager will be deployed to nearly all Android devices via Google Play Services.
Here's a few simpel features you can use to keep your device-and the data you store inside-safe and secure.
- 1. Lock your device screen. Whether you're on a phone or a tablet, it's easy to set up a screen lock. This is important to do in case your device gets left in the back of a car, or you're worried about someone picking up your phone and scrolling through your stuff. You can lock your device with a pin, password, pattern (or even your face!) by going to Settings > Personal > Security > Screen Lock.
- 2. Protect your phone from suspicious apps. We automatically scan Google Play to block and remove harmful apps. That makes Google Play the safest place to get Android apps. But Google Play can also help protect you even for apps you get elsewhere, like the web or a third-party app store. The first time you start to install an app from an unknown source, a message will pop up asking if you'd like Google to scan the file to make sure it's not harmful. Tap "OK" to let Google help protect you from harmful apps.
- 3. Locate, ring and wipe a misplaced device. Have you ever lost your phone in between the couch cushions or left it in a restaurant? Later this month, you will be able to use a new service called Android Device Manager, which can quickly ring your phone at maximum volume so you can find it (even if it's been silenced), or locate it on a map, in real time, using Android Device Manager. If your phone can't be recovered, or has been stolen, you can quickly and securely erase all of the data on your device to keep your data from ending up in the wrong hands. The Android Device Manager will be available for devices running Android 2.2 and above, as part of Google Play. You can read the full announcement on the Android blog.
Source: google android
Today, Nokia released a unique app for Lumia Windows Phone devices called Ringtone Maker. This new app will permit users to select their favorite music and set it as their device ringtone. You may also cut the background music to your needs.For the time being, this app is accessible only for Windows Phone 8 devices and is expected to be available for Windows Phone 7.x devices soon.
In the description, it reads:
With Ringtone Maker you can create ringtones from the music on your phone. Simply open the app, select your favourite MP3 song and save it as a ringtone. You can cut your ringtone anyway you like, with editing controls that let you choose the start, end and length of your ringtone.
Download it here from Windows Phone Store.
The Galaxy Win is another one of Samsung's lesser-known smartphones to come out this year. Although the company had a sure hit with the Galaxy S 4, some of its recent launches are quite underwhelming that fall short on the basis of performance. It is likely that the company wants to address the need for smartphones by budget-conscious individuals but a smartphone's got to be smart.
An example of these mediocre smartphones is the Samsung Galaxy Win. Although only a rumor as of moment, it features a 4.7-in display with an average resolution. According to a Vietnamese retailer, it has an Adreno GPU and runs on a quad core processor. It also looks to be a close copy of the S 3, design-wise.
For many people who believe in Samsung, they think that it should concentrate on the products that it is known for and avoid introducing products that will eventually go bust to maintain the momentum that the Galaxy S 4 has brought on the company.
Photo-editing buffs will surely enjoy the release of the new Adobe Photoshop Touch that is optimized for smartphone use. This is a cheaper version of the Adobe Photoshop for tablets and it comes at $4.99. Everyone will enjoy its usual features such as layer editing, selection tools, various filters, effects and others that Instagram simply cannot provide.
Adobe has even provided a walk through for newbies, which eliminates the excuse not to buy the app. Also, anyone who buys it will get a free 2GB Creative Cloud storage. However, it is limited to photos that are up to 12MP, other than that, it works perfectly like it does on PC and tablet. It is available on Google play for download, so be sure to grab yours for better photo editing effects and techniques.
Liked Ubuntu Phone? Have you seen Ubuntu Phone Edge Launcher? Now test Ubuntu Apps switch Launcher on your Android phone even before Ubuntu launch ;-)
Here it is Unity Launcher. A true MultiTasker's Launcher. First of it's kind for Android Platform.
Try Free app before purchasing.
- 1. Launch Applications from any where Just swipe Edges.
- 2. Select apps to pin into launcher.
- 3. Change launcher bar color.
- 4. Change Icon Backgrounds.
- 5. Customize animation and launcher visibility duration.
- 6. Swipe from left or right edge of Phone.
- 7. Re- Order apps with dragger
- 8. Add shortcuts.
Tethering an Android phone is quite useful for people who want to go to places where there is no free Wi-Fi and use their phone as a hotspot. This functionality is often cancelled by mobile carriers because tethering eats up a lot of data. For this reason, mobile carriers charge high fees for using this functionality.
However, lucky Android users can now enjoy tethering benefits by using an application called Hotspot Control app, which is one of the many applications that are used to tether an Android phone. Chainfire developed this application and is quite easy to use. What you do is to simply turn the Wi-Fi on, key-in the name and password and allow access. A good thing about this app is that you do not even need to root your phone to enjoy this function.
This application will work on any smartphone that runs on at least Android 4.0.3 and will eat up only as much as 80k space if you are keen on maintaining your phone's memory to a specific level.
Source: hotspot control
SendHub has launched on Android and allows business-class users to set up a phone number and get texting and calling for free or cheap, depending on what class of service you need. Free users can get 60 voice minutes, 500 messages, and 3 groups of 50 contacts for their first line.
Get a free business phone line. Instantly.
✔ Free Business Phone Line in any Area Code
✔ Free Texting & Calling right from the App
✔ Call Transfer, Call Forwarding & Shared Groups
✔ Voicemail Transcription & Group Texting
✔ Works on the Web too!
SendHub is great as your work phone. Get phone lines for all your employees.
✔ Free Business Phone Number - keep your personal number private
✔ Add, delete and manage phone lines from the web
✔ Call Transfer, Call Forwarding & Shared Groups
✔ Group Texting for your team + customers
RoundR serves a simple purpose; To round the corners of your screen. RoundR is licensed under Apache 2.0.
RoundR takes advantage of the fact that regardless of the device's color, the screen is surrounded with a pitch black border, the corners of which are rarely ever touched. RoundR places four small overlays at the corners of the display, to simulate a rounded screen.
RoundR uses Mark Wei's Brilliant StandOut library to display the overlays. The source code for Mark's library (tweaked) & RoundR can Be found here on GitHub.
Source: Google Play Store
The Dynamic Phone, powered by Everything.me, is the new way for people to interact with their mobile devices: it gets what you want -- and instantly adapts to get you whatever you're thinking about.
Imagine your phone could be dynamic, constantly adapting to your interests, your location, your life. Everything.me Home is a launcher that turns your phone into a Dynamic Phone! you think it and you get it; your phone adapts to you.
The Dynamic Launcher by Everything.me, is the new way for people to interact with their mobile devices, and the ULTIMATE personalization tool for any Android smartphone. Your new home.
What's in this version:
- This version is about more speed and better support for widgets.
The NFC Ring will be able to activate any NFC reader, but smartphones will be the easiest to implement. There is already an app in Google Play that lets you unlock a device with NFC, and the NFC Ring would make that super-convenient. If you have an NFC lock on your door, the NFC Ring can be used to open it. Much less common than a phone with NFC, but still neat. The NFC tag is only on one side, so you won't have to worry about it triggering a reader unless you hold your hand in a certain way.
- Unlock your Smart phone or tablet
Take your NFC enabled phone out of your pocket, slide your hand on the back and the NFC Ring can unlock it. It couldn't be easier. The NFC Ring comes with two special NFC tag inlays inside the ring, one for public information and one for more sensitive stuff.
- Lock and unlock your door
Want to be able to use your ring to open your house? No problem. Just grab yourself an NFC enabled door lock, install it and your NFC Ring can interact with it.
- Water Resistant
The NFC Ring is water resistant and has been testing to a depth of 50m.
- Share & Transfer information
You can use your NFC Ring to share Wifi information, links to websites, links to pictures, contact information or whatever you think is suitable to be passed securely to your friends smartphone's and tablets.
You can also use your NFC Ring to start apps with custom settings (parameters) which makes it even easier to use your device. How about turning wifi or bluetooth on for example, at the swipe of a hand?
- No charging required
The NFC Ring never needs charging, ever.
Source: NFC ring
Except for luxury-phone owners, most people probably do not have the hobby of collecting used phones. It's common to sell the old phones or give them to friends or families. And before doing that, we usually need to transfer the phone data and deleting files from the old phone.
Transferring the contact list is easy if both of the phones run the same OS. Android phones use Google account and Phone users have iCloud. Even just copying all the contacts to SIM card works quite well for most phones. However, the problem comes when you want more than just contact lists, and when you switch between iPhone and android phones.
To delete files many people may just restoring the factory settings. If it is really so simple there will be no event called sex-photo scandal (sometimes it's a comedy if you read the story of Orange Bro). What you need is permanently erasing the phone preventing any private content from being leaked.
If you are still searching over the internet for tutorials or guides, you may look at Wondershare MobileTrans It is a one-stop solution to both problems. And it's really fast and simple compared to some built-in programs such as Samsung Kies (I used Kies once and it's a nightmare).
How it works:
- Installing and running Wondershare MobileTrans
- Connecting two mobile devices to your Windows or Mac PC.
You could select the content that you wish to transfer before clicking to start the process.
- Click "Start" and wait until the process ends.
You can download the free trial version and test it by yourself. Remember to erase the old phone with MobileTrans after the transferring process ends.
Level up, gear up, and fight as HULK or CAPTAIN AMERICA in this epic adventure optimized for touch screen devices. Track down and defeat some of the world's most notorious villains like Wendigo, Abomination, The Kronan, and The Skrulls, and help THE AVENGERS pull the world back from the brink of catastrophe!
Before the brand new Thor movie Marvel has launched their first game for Home windows Phone. Avenger's Initiative puts you within the footwear of Hulk or Captain America while you combat probably the most well known villains. If you want The Avengers you'll have fun with this particular game, although you want you can choose not only the Hulk and Cap.
Avenger's Initiative is available now for $4.99 on Windows Phone 8 devices. Suit up and enjoy!
How to Install Galaxy S Voice
Download S Voice's APK file from the download link here.
Copy the downloaded file to your device.
Go to Setting » Security menu on the device, make sure you Enable "Unknown sources". So that you can manually install apps from the SD card.
On Android 4.2, you'll have to first unhide the Developer options menu by going into Settings » About phone then clicking on the Build Number field seven times.
S-Voice APK (Size: 25.21MB)
Thanks to SamMobile