The Kirin 970 NPU is faster than the Snapdragon 845 Why?

As artificially intelligence creeps its way into our smartphone experience, SoC vendors have been racing to improve neural network and machine learning performance in their chips

Realme 1 hands-on: Budget smarts from OPPO

Realme is a sub-brand of OPPO and this handset is the result of a partnership with Amazon India, where the phone is launching exclusively. The device will sell for 13,990 rupees for the top version (6GB+128GB), which is the equivalent of $200 or 150 pounds..

Google Pixel 3 Rumors: Everything You Need to Know

Google has been making inroads into the smartphone market over the past couple of years, but the company hasn't yet mounted a serious challenge to Samsung or Apple

HTC U12 Plus : Literally more sensitive than ever

HTC’s latest flagship has arrived! On top of new cameras and a full screen without a notch notch, HTC has created a phone is literally more sensitive than ever. This is the HTC U12 Plus.

samsung galaxy s10 codenamed "beyond"

Samsung Galaxy S10 codenamed ‘Beyond’, to sport in-display fingerprint sensor: Report

Sunday, 26 April 2015

Everything we know about the iPhone 7 so far

                                    It will probably be called the iPhone 7.

The next iPhone may be so significantly different than the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus that Apple could call it the iPhone 7, not the iPhone 6s. At least that’s what Ming Chi-Kuo of KGI Securities believes, which he wrote in a note earlier this month.

It may come in two sizes, just like the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

Kuo also believes that Apple will stick to the sizes it introduced in September, and will offer the next iPhone in both 4.7 and 5.5-inch variants too.

And there’s a chance we’ll see a new 4-inch iPhone, too.

Taiwanese publication Digitimes reports that Apple is planning to release three iPhones: a 4.7-inch phone, a 5.5-inch model, and a new 4-inch iPhone. It’s unclear how this 4-inch phone would fit into Apple’s current iPhone lineup, and how it would be branded. Digitimes also has a mixed track record, so this report may be bogus.

There could be a pink iPhone, too.

Apple is reportedly testing a new pink color option for iPhones, according to The Wall Street Journal. There’s no indication that this will ever come to the market, but if Apple is actually experimenting with a new color it’s possible we’ll see it on the next iPhone.

The camera may be a lot better.

One of the more plausible rumors seems to be that the next iPhone’s camera will get a big improvement. Blogger John Gruber said he heard that the next iPhone will have the “biggest camera jump ever.” Apple also recently acquired Israel-based camera company LinX for an estimated $20 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. LinX’s technology could help the iPhone take clearer photos in low-light conditions, reduce noise, and add other improvements, according to an analyst note from Macquarie Research.

You may be able to add 3-D effects to photos.

In fact, LinX’s technology may even allow you to add 3-D effects to photos taken with the iPhone, according to the note from Macquarie. Specifically, the note says it could enable “3-D object modeling” and that the next iPhone could come with a “duo camera.” This essentially means the phone would come with more than one camera sensor so that it could capture depth-of-field images. This sounds a lot like the camera on the HTC One M8.

We may see the same Force Touch technology Apple put into the Apple Watch.

The next iPhone will come with Apple’s Force Touch technology that debuted in the new MacBook and Apple Watch, according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. The Force Touch technology in the so-called iPhone 7 will be different from what is in Apple’s other recent products, according to Kuo. He doesn’t think it will detect pressure like the sensor in the new MacBook’s trackpad, but rather it will sense “contact area on which the finger touches the screen to decide how big the pressure is.”

The next iPhone will probably have a better processor.

Apple usually upgrades the processor in its iPhones, so there’s a big chance we’ll see some performance improvements in the next iPhone, too. We have yet to hear any rumors or insight on exactly what types of enhancements to expect, but Bloomberg reported that Apple has chosen Samsung over Taiwan Semiconductor to produce its new iPhone chips.

It’ll come with the latest version of Apple’s software, which will be called iOS 9.

Apple’s new iPhones always ship with the latest software, so the iPhone 7 (or whatever it’s called) will come with iOS 9 pre-installed. We expect to learn more about iOS 9 in June at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference.

This means Apple’s rumored music service will probably come pre-loaded on the next iPhone, too.

One of the biggest rumors surrounding iOS 9 is that it will come with Apple’s much-anticipated music service powered by Beats Music. The streaming music service is said to cost $7.99 per month and will let you play any song on demand, like Spotify. Apple is reportedly trying to court artists like Taylor Swift and Florence and the Machine to release exclusive tracks on its platform.


Sunday, 5 April 2015

OxygenOs is Here (Installation GUIDE)

Here comes the Oxygen OS, the long wait I'd over..

Many of you around the world are off work today for a long weekend. We hope to make your vacation even better, because OxygenOS is finally here!

We know you’ve been patient, and we’re excited to announce that starting right now, you can download and flash OxygenOS right to your OnePlus One.

Be sure to check out for more information.

The OnePlus Forums are where everything started, and we couldn’t have gotten this far without you. Your suggestions and feedback have strongly influenced the direction of Oxygen, and we consider all of you a part of the team. This ROM was built just for you, and we can’t wait to hear what you think. We’ve made a feedback app available for download on OxygenOS, and we hope you’ll use it. Let’s make Oxygen even better, together.

Installation Guide:
Download Link:
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Monday, 30 March 2015

How to install custom recovery and root the HTC One M9 (GUIDE)

Android developers have reacted remarkably quick to the HTC One M9's introduction. Although many of you are yet to even touch the smartphone, its bootloader has already been unlocked, a functional custom recovery has been developed, and rooting is possible in a pinch! To show you how easy it is, we'll walk you through the steps involved in flashing TeamWin's custom TWRP recovery and rooting with SuperUser on the One M9. The only prerequisite is an unlocked bootloader, which you can learn how to do yourself in this tutorial.

Ready to make your One M9 hand over the keys to the castle? Hold on tight, 'cause here we go...

  • You need Minimal ADB & Fastboot. If you followed the tutorial for unlocking your One M9 bootloader, you already got this. If you don't, use this link and remember the folder where you installed it. While you're at it, download the HTC Sync Manager to get the drivers on your computer. Use this link.

  • Download the custom recovery for your HTC One M9. Use this link and save the .img file in the same directory as the Minimal ADB installation.
  • Download the file from this link.
    • Enable USB debugging on your HTC One M9. This happens from the 'Developer options' menu in 'Settings'. If you don't see it, head to the 'About' menu and start tapping on the 'Build number' entry until you get a notification saying "You are now a developer". Now plug the One M9 into your computer.
    •  Open the directory where you installed Minimal ADB. Hold 'Shift' on your keyboard, right-click inside an empty space in the window, and hit 'Open Command Prompt here'. Type or paste the following commands one after another:

    1) adb devices
    2) adb reboot bootloader
    3) fastboot devices
    4) fastboot flash recovery TWRP.img

    If the recovery file name is different, fill it in place of TWRP.img.

  • Now, reboot your smartphone and connect it to your computer. Place the file on a easily accessible folder on your device storage. Power off the smartphone, wait 10 seconds, then hold the Power and Volume Down keys. When the white bootloader appears, choose 'Recovery'.
  • Use TWRP to install the SuperSU .zip file. Just tap Install, choose the .zip file, and the app will do the rest. Reboot the smartphone when you're finished.
    • Use a root checker app, such as the free Root Checker from Google Play, to check whether the trick worked and your HTC One M9 is successfully rooted. Congratulations!

Easy Root Your Android Mobile with Kingo Root !!

This Software offers every Android user the easiest one-click method to root any Android devices. How to use this universal Android root software to root your Android device? Here we go.

Step 1: Click Here to download and install Kingo Android Root.

Kingo offers the best one-click Android root software for free. Just download and install it now.

Step 2: Double click the desktop icon of Kingo Android Root and launch it.

After launching Kingo Android Root, you will see its interface as shown below.

Step 3: Plug your Android device into your computer via USB cable.

Step 4: Enable USB Debugging mode on your Android device.

USB Debugging mode enabled is a necessary step of Android rooting process.

Step 5: Read notifications carefully before rooting your device.

Android rooting is nothing big. However, it is not exactly a small issue either. Rooting your device may open a door for you, and yet with risks.

Step 6:Click “ROOT” to root your device.

Kingo Android Root will employ multiple exploits on your device, which will probably take a couple of minutes. In the rooting process, your device may be rebooted several times. Do not be panic, it is perfectly normal. And once it begins, please DO NOT touch, move, unplug or perform any operation on your device.

Step 7: Root succeeded, click “Finish” to reboot your device.

Hopefully your device is well supported and successfully rooted by Kingo. Until your device reboots itself, do not operate.

Step 8:Check the root status of your device.

Normally, you will find an app named SuperSU installed on your device after successful rooting.

How to root Galaxy S6 SM-G920T ( T-Mobile) – Android Lollipop Rooting (Guide)

Root Galaxy S6 SM-G920T

Android CF Auto Root is developed by Chainefire and they releases the latest CF Auto Root download version compatible with Samsung galaxy S6 series. now you can Root Galaxy S6 SM-G920T via latest CF Auto Root. This tutorial designed for T mobile series of Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

Compatible Galaxy S6 device with this tutorial

  • SM- G920T
  • SM-G925T
Latest CF Auto Root supports Galaxy S6 international version together with Galaxy Note, Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy Tab 7, Galaxy S1 and other 50 different android devices.If you need to root galaxy international version check the dedicated rooting guide via How to root Samsung Galaxy S6 SM-G920F
CF Auto Root has been successfully tested on Galaxy S6 SM- G920T and no bricking or damaging your smart phone is not reported under recommended rooting guidance. Therefore you can secure download CF Auto Root and root galaxy S6 on android Lollipop. Just follow our Galaxy S6 SM-G920T  rooting tutorial.

SM-G920T CF Auto Root Download User Attention

  • Android OS must be Android 5.0 or 5.0.2 (Lollipop) and not recommend for higher versions.
  • This tutorial only for galaxy s6  SM-G920T android Lollipop rooting only. Not for other device including S6 Edge sister phone with headset.
  • Install the latest compatible USB drivers for Galaxy S6 on PC.
  • It is highly recommend to back up data of the android device.
  • Go to “Settings” > “About Phone” >Tap build number seven times to enable USB Debugging mode on android mobile. Go to “Developer Option” and check whether USB Debugging is enabled.
  • Battery must have at least 80% charged
  • Cf Auto Android Root will void manufacturer’s warranty
  • Go to “Settings” > “About device” >”Model Number” and check your android mobile’s model number. Make sure it is S6 SM-G920T and then only you can root your Galaxy SM-G920T

Galaxy S6 SM-G920T Android Rooting Tutorial

  • Download CF Auto Root (search for (search for SM-G920T on   – it will be the latest one )and extract the root package and get .tar or .md5 extension file.
  • Download Android Odin freeware and extract the file. ( latest 3.10)
  • Hold Home, Power and Volume Down button together and enable Download Mode.
  • Run Odin android rooting tool.
  • Connect computer and S6 device via USB cable when in the download mode
  • Odin detects your S6 SM-G920T device.
  • Click PDA button in Odin and select .tar.md5 file you downloaded and upload.
  • Make sure that Auto reboot and F.Reset Time options are not enabled and repartition button unchecked.
  • Click Start button.
  • CF Auto Root will begin android rooting and it will take a few seconds and your device will reboot several times during rooting.

Galaxy s6 SM-G920T Android Rooting Troubleshooting

  • Restart rooting process if Galaxy S6 SM-G920T doesn’t boot into recover mode and roots.
  • Redo rooting your android Galaxy S6 and make sure that you have unchecked Auto Reboot option if device is not rooted.
  • To start install process boot the device into Download Mode.

Credits for Galaxy S6 SM-G920T with Lollipop Android CF Auto Root

CF Auto Root and Galaxy S6 SM-G920T CF Auto android rooting guide credits go to Chainfire team.

Android 4.4 KitKat on a laptop: Android x86 Install Guide

Android is pretty good for phones and tablets, but how does it work on a laptop? Surprisingly well, actually. If you’d like to try the free OS for yourself, you can take advantage of the Android-x86 project, a cooperative effort that brings Android support to desktops and laptops running x86 processors. You’ll get access to the same Android apps that you’ve installed or bought on your Android tablet or smartphone, and benefit from a slick OS that runs quickly on even dated devices. You likely won’t have a touchscreen to use, but Android still supports trackpads, keyboards and USB peripherals just fine. It seems like a fair trade, and if you’ve got an old laptop sitting around then it’s a fun experiment to try.
A few years ago I covered the install process for what was then the latest Android-x86 release, which was 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Since then, Android-x86 has been updated to follow each major Android release, and now sits at version 4.4 KitKat. (An update to 5.0 is planned too.) With that in mind, I thought I’d revisit Android-x86 to see how far it’s come. Why don’t you join me? Here’s what you’ll need to do.

Part 1: Preparation

First, you’ll need to prepare your materials. You will need:
  1. The latest ‘live & installation’ ISO file from the Android-x86 site. I am using Android-x86-4.4-r2.iso.
  2. UNetbootin (downloadable here)
  3. A USB stick with 1GB or more of storage space (I used an 8GB stick)
  4. A working computer to prepare your USB stick (Windows, Mac & Linux are all fine)
  5. A computer with an Intel x86 or x64 processor (could be the same computer as in step 4).

Now we have to prepare our USB drive. Plug your drive into your computer, and format it to the FAT32 file system. You will lose all data on the drive, so be sure to back up anything of value before you perform this step!
Once the format has been completed, start UNetbootin.

Click on the button with the ellipses near the bottom of the screen, and select the ISO file that you’ve downloaded. Then, select your USB drive from the dropdown menu at the bottom. Make sure your selection is accurate! When you’re ready press OK. Android-x86 will be copied to the USB drive, and the drive will be made bootable. When it’s complete, close UNetbootin and remove the USB drive from your computer.

Part 2: Boot from the USB drive

Now we need to boot into the USB drive from our target computer. Plug in the USB stick and turn on the computer (if it is already on, restart). In order to boot from the USB, you’ll need to make sure it is the first device that your computer attempts to boot from.
You can do this by pressing a key as the computer turns on. The key is different on different computers, but common keys include F1, F2, F10, F11, F12 and Delete. The hotkey will usually flash on the screen as the computer first boots, or can be Googled with the phrase “[name of motherboard / computer] BIOS key”.

Enter the BIOS and change your boot order so that your USB drive comes first. You may also need to make some changes to ensure the drive is recognised on newer devices – for example, I had to change to a ‘legacy boot’ instead of ‘UEFI’ on my laptop. Make your changes, then press F10 to save them and reboot.
If all goes well, then you should see a screen like the one below. You will have several options here for installing Android-x86, but I recommend you choose ‘Live CD – run Android-x86 without installation’. This will let you try out the OS to see if it works well on your machine, without messing up your currently installed operating systems.

If you do decide to install, you’ll be asked to choose which drive you’d like to store Android-x86 on. Choose your drive, then choose the maximum size when asked how large you’d like to make the installation. This will provide more space for programs later on.
Whether or not you chose to install Android, after a few seconds / minutes you’ll be into Android proper!

Part 3: Android!

If all goes well, then you’ll see the Android logo, then a setup screen. As this is the first time you’re booting into Android-x86, you’ll need to go through the same setup process as on a real Android tablet. You’ll be asked to join a wireless network, sign into your Google account, and all the rest of it. With luck, your wireless card, keyboard and trackpad will all work during this stage. I had no issues here, so hopefully the same holds true for you.

Once setup is completed, you’re free to explore the OS! Android-x86 comes with the Google Play Store, so you can access this and download any apps that you like. Some apps won’t be available for install (or will crash immediately), so it’s worth testing out your favourites.
I installed Chrome, Google Music and a few games, including Minecraft Pocket Edition. Not all apps and games work well, but those that I tried seemed OK!

 Questions? Comments?

I hope this guide worked for you. Let me know if it did in the comments below, and if you’re having problems I’ll try to help you if I can!

Tuesday, 24 March 2015

sony xperia c3 Recovery ROOT

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