Sunday, 11 May 2014


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Thursday, 1 May 2014



The Internet Download Manager(IDM) is a free internet downloader that can be used for a few days before it will begin to pop up and requesting for Serial Number.
This article is for all you fan of Simpledroidy
Here is the link for your download of the free software


-=[Install Notes]=-

1] Install The App

2] Exit The App from System Tray

3] Copy Content from Crack Folder to Install Directory

[C:\Program Files\Internet Download Manager]


[C:\Program Files (x86)\Internet Download Manager]

4] Register using Details Given Below:

First Name : Any Name

Last Name  : Any Name

Email ID   : Any Email ID

Serial[Use Any One of the following Serials Given Below] :













5] Enjoy This Release!!
NOTE: Simply cancel any unnecessary notifications that pops up and your download will simply work fine.
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Sunday, 26 January 2014

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android Phone

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android Phone

Android is one of the most open, versatile, and customizable mobile operating systems out there. You may think you don't need to root your phone, but you'd be surprised at how much more you can accomplish with a little work. Here are 10 reasons rooting your phone is worth the hassle.

10. Unlock Hidden Features and Install "Incompatible" Apps

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android Phone Sometimes, even Android isn't open enough to give you some of the features you want. Either an app is blocked by carriers, hacks into Android's system files, or otherwise isn't available. Luckily, rooting can help with that: you can install carrier-blocked apps, get features from the latest version of Android, make incompatible apps compatible, power up your hardware, get features like Beats Audio from other phones, or emulate exclusive features like those on the Moto X. Whatever you want, rooting gives you the power to do a lot more.

9. Automate Everything

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android Phone You've probably heard of Tasker, the awesome app that automates just about anything on your phone. You don't need to root your phone to use it, but if you're rooted, it can do a whole lot more. Certain tasks, like toggling 3G, GPS, changing CPU speed, turning the screen on, and others require root access. So, if you want to get the full benefit of an app like Tasker, you'll definitely want to root your phone. For more automation inspiration, check out your best Tasker actions, as well as our most recently featured Tasker tricks.

8. Boost Your Phone's Speed and Battery Life

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneYou can do a lot of things to speed up your phone and boost its battery life without rooting, but with root—as always—you have even more power. For example, with an app like SetCPU you can overclock your phone for better performance, or underclock it for better battery life. You can also use an app like Greenify to automatically hibernate apps you aren't using—perfect for those apps that always want to run in the background when you're not looking.

7. Block Ads in Any App

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneLook, we of all people understand the need for occasional ads—it's how we make money. But ads can also get in the way and use up data. If you want to block ads in certain apps or on certain devices, rooting is by far the best way to do so. AdFree, AdBlock Plus, and Ad Away are all great options. Of course, if you aren't rooted, going into airplane mode works in a pinch too.

6. Back Up Your Phone for Seamless Transitions

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneWhen you move to a new Android device—or restore your device to stock for any reason—you can make your life a lot easier by backing up your apps and settings first. That way, you can get your entire setup back in just a few taps. If you aren't rooted, you can back up a few things like apps and data, but you won't necessarily be able to backup system apps and their data, or automate the entire process as well as Titanium Backup can. Check out our guide to Titanium Backup for more tips.

5. Remove Preinstalled Crapware

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneTitanium Backup is good for more than just backups, too. It can also uninstall that annoying, battery-draining, space-wasting crapware that comes preinstalled on so many phones these days—and, sadly, this feature is root-only. Freeze them first to make sure your phone operates normally without them, then delete them completely to free up that space. You'll be glad you did.

4. Tweak the Dark Corners of Android

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneIf you're the kind of person that likes to fiddle with every little feature—both on the surface and under the hood—rooting is for you. Whether you want to customize your keyboard layout withsomething like Keyboard Manager or give yourself faster scrolling, improved multitasking, and extra themes with Pimp My ROM, rooting gives you the power to tweak just about any corner you can think of. If you want to do it, chances are someone over on a forum like XDA has created a mini-app or tweak that will help.

3. Flash a Custom Kernel

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneSome of Android's most under-the-hood tweaks require a custom kernel, which you can only flash with a rooted device. The kernel is responsible for helping your apps communicate with the hardware of your phone, which means a custom kernel can give you better performance, battery life, and even extra features like Wi-Fi tethering (on unsupported phones), faster battery charging, and lots more. You can flash kernels manually or simplify the process withsomething like Kernel Manager.

2. Flash a Custom ROM

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneOkay, so you probably already know about this one—but it's one of the best benefits of rooting. A custom ROM is basically a custom version of Android, and it truly changes how you use your phone. Some merely bring a stock version of Android to non-stock phones, or later versions of Android to phones that don't have it yet. Some add a few handy features, some add lots of really unique features, and some change your operating system from head to toe. No matter what phone you have—even if it's a Nexus—we highly recommend checking out the custom ROMs out there. You won't be disappointed. Note: As some of you have noted, you don't actually need root access to flash a custom ROM—though you will need to unlock your bootloader (a process that sometimes comes bundled with root access). Still, it requires freeing your device from manufacturer lockdowns, so we've kept it in the list despite this technicality!

1. Truly Own Your Device

Top 10 Reasons to Root Your Android PhoneIn the end, all of this boils down to one thing: you own your device, and you should be able to do with it as you please. Certain manufacturers and carriers try to keep that from happening, but with root access, you truly own your device and open yourself up to all the possibilities other parties try to block. Sure, there's some risk involved, and we don't usually recommend rooting other people's phones, but in the end, you can't put a price on true openness and control.










Friday, 10 January 2014


An Android app called RemoteDroid, allows Android devices to become wireless Mice (Mouse) and keyboards. See how this is down below:

An Android app called RemoteDroid, allows Android devices to become wireless Mice (Mouse) and keyboards

NOTE : Two basic procedures are undergone which are broken down below

(A) Setup your Computer
RemoteDroid requires a client application to be installed on your Android phone and the server to be application installed on your computer. In order to use RemoteDroid, you'll need to make sure Java is installed on your computer. You'll also need a Wi-Fi network. Once these two requirements have been met, you're ready to install RemoteDroid.

  1. Go to and download the latest RemoteDroid server zip file.
  2. Extract the downloaded zip file to a folder on your PC. (example: C:\remotedroid)
  3. Now open the location to which you extracted the zip file and run the file RemoteDroidServer.jar
  4. The IP address of the PC RemoteDroidServer is running on will be displayed in the window you have just opened. Remember this IP as you will need it later in this guide.

(B)Setting up the RemoteDroid app on your Android device

Now that you have downloaded and ran the RemoteDroidServer.jar file on the PC that you want to control it is time to configure RemoteDroid on your phone.
  1. Go to the Android Market
  2. Search for the RemoteDroid app, download it, and install it on your phone
  3. Open the RemoteDroid app that you just installed
  4. Enter the IP address of the PC you want to control


 This can be used for the edition of any video by adding different animations, call outs and much more...

Click here to download video tutorials on how to get Started with Camstasia studio 8

.You can use this application to edit videos for tutorial

.For the edition of movies

.For the addition of various effects such as sounds, animations, e.t.c to a video 

.For presentation of proposals, projects.



                             SYSTEM PASSWORD RECOVERY                

     Name of Software : 

    Function : Used for getting all "SAVED" password on a Computer System either a Desktop or a Laptop

    File tpye : ZIP File

    Size : 223KB

    download link for

    (1). Get the software from the link above

    (2). Get an External Storage device, preferrably a Flash Drive

    (3). Copy it unto the Flash Drive

    (4). Then plug it into the System that you want to "Hack"! the password

    (5). Run the Zip file

    (6). The Zipped file will be unRarred with any of these ;

        #7zip, #winRAR...

        (7). Three(3) files will be found after the Zip file must have been unzipped

                namely ;01. "readme.txt" ----> this will be used to save those passwords into your drive

                            02. "WebBrowserPassView.chm"

                            03. "WebBrowserPassView.exe"-------> This is the one that would be run on the system proposed to be Hacked


    (9). Press "CTRL + S " to save the passwords to the "readme.txt" file

    (10).Remove your flash drive and that's all.


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Thursday, 9 January 2014




[1]On Gingerbread (Android 2.3--2.3.7)
   % Go to your Settings App
  %  Go to Applications
  %  Go to Development
  %  Place a Check Mark on the box beside USB Debugging / Android Debugging

[2]On Ice Cream Sandwich to Jelly Bean 1 (4.0--4.1.2)
    *Go to your Settings App
    **Go to Developer Options
    ***Slide the Developer Options Switch to turn on Developer Options
    ****Place a Check Mark on the box beside USB Debugging / Android Debugging

[3]On Jelly Bean 2 (4.2--4.2.2)

   # Go to your Settings App
   # Go to About Phone
   # Tap on Build Number up to 7 times
    #On the 3rd tap, you will get a message that says “You are now 4 steps away from being a developer”
    #After the 7th tap, you will get a message that says “You are now a developer!”
    #The Developer Options will now appear in your Settings app right above About Phone.
    #Enable Developer Settings by sliding the switch
    #Place a Check Mark on the box beside USB Debugging / Android Debugging

The one thing that makes Android distinct as an operating system for mobile smartphones and tablets is its being an Open Source platform that encourages developers to engage in various types of development activities. And the one feature without which the custom development would not have been so easier is the availability of the “Developer Options” that is found under Settings of all Android devices by default.
These developer options contain advanced features that help any person with a developer’s bent of mind build, test, debug, and package Android apps and mods. In simple terms,  developer options allow quick access to and Android device from a computer via ADB (Android Debug Bridge) commands.

Features of Developer Options

The “Developer Options” feature is indispensable to Android developers, hackers and enthusiasts as a means to quickly access and control their device from the PC. Even if you are an average user and wish to root, install a ROM or mod on your Android device, you must turn on USB Debugging mode on your phone or tablet. And you’ll not be able to do it unless you enable Developer Options on your device first.
Among the most useful features that are  found under Developer Options are as follows:
  • Enable debugging over USB.
  • Quickly capture bug reports onto the device.
  • Show CPU usage on screen.
  • Draw debugging information on screen such as layout bounds, updates on GPU views and hardware layers, and other information.
  • Many other options to simulate app stresses or enable debugging options.
The “Developer Options” has always been visible by default in all previous versions of Android. On
Developer Options on Gingerbread (Android 2.3):
Settings> Applications> Development> USB Debugging
Developer Options on ICS (Android 4.0):
Settings> Developer Options> USB Debugging
Developer Options on JB (Android 4.1):
Settings> Developer Options> USB Debugging
If you have recently upgraded your device to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean or have bought a new device with 4.2 or higher pre-installed, do not be surprised if you find the  ”Developer Options” missing. I came across this thing on my Galaxy S3 with leaked 4.2.1 firmware and then on Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 on Android 4.2.2.