Showing posts with label Iphone. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Iphone. Show all posts

Monday, December 9, 2013

Maxx 2600mAh Power Bank Portable charger Service center

Hello friends,
We all know that in this era of smartphones there are highly powerful machines coming up with many capabilities. But still what they lack is power backup.
Every Smartphone (Android/IPhone/Windows) Phone lacks Battery back up.

There are many Alternative solutions to save battery

1) Use Battery Saving Tips here.


2) Use a Portable Charger or a Power Bank.

Portable charges are of many ranges as per your requirement.

From 2200 mAh to 10000 mAh

  • But the most common is 2600 mAh Maxx power charger.
  • Its Cheap and efficient. It comes around 450 INR + 50 with Shipping costs.
  • It comes with a 1 year Warranty

But its useful. It almost charge your phone completely once.
Its Handy and tiny. So you don't have to worry about your battery if its draining fast Just keep this with you and Enjoy.

Sometimes people do receive faulty charger and then they have to do is look for service center in their area/Location

Here is the link where you can find the Service Center's

Enjoy :):):)

Monday, October 7, 2013

How iOS 7 has become Android

Android did it first and no one bats an eye. iOS does it and everyone loses their minds.

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Troubleshoot your smartphone for App Crashing,Slowness and Lags- IPHONE

                                                                          HOW AND WHEN TO RESET

The iPhone is a product of tight integration between hardware and software. But even if the occurances are rare, there might be times when apps start crashing, and the device seems slower than usual.

Restarting the phone is likely to solve some issues. To do this, press the Power button for a few seconds and then use the slide-to-power off option on the screen.

If the problem persists, you can try resetting the device back to its factory settings. To do this, go to Settings > General > Reset.

In Reset, you are provided with several options...

If the issue you are facing is minor in nature, like a laggy phone, for instance, reset your handset using Reset All Settings. Don't worry. This option will not delete your data or the apps you have installed.

If your problem is a little more serious, where your phone restarts by itself or freezes during use, try Erase All Content and Settings. If your phone has frozen, you can try a hard reboot:

Press the Power button and Home button simultaneously. Keep both pressed for around 10 to 15 seconds. Release the buttons when you see the Apple logo on the screen. Your phone will reboot.

If your iPhone isn't booting up, hard reset it through iTunes (data will be lost).

Open iTunes on your PC or Mac and make sure it is updated. Then, connect the phone to your computer. If the phone is switched on, iTunes will recognize it. If it doesn't , keep the power and home button pressed. iTunes will then detect the device in recovery mode. Follow the onscreen instructions on your PC to complete the reset and restore process.



You can use Apple's iCloud service to back up your phone's dat
a (contacts, app settings, messages and images) to its servers. To enable this feature, click on Settings > iCloud > Storage and Backup > On. Alternatively, to back up your data manually, click on Storage and Backup > Backup Now.


To back up your iPhone through iTunes, connect it to a PC on which iTunes has been installed. Once your device is identified, click on the iPhone shown in iTunes and select Backup.


Whether you are setting up a new iPhone or restoring it after a factory reset, you are provided with three options: Set up as a new iPhone. Restore from iCloud (will require a Wi-Fi connection). Restore from iTunes Backup (will require a cable connection to your computer).

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

5 apps you get paid to use

Most people don’t realize there are plenty of legit reward apps that will pay users for simply using their application. Interestingly, you can collect points with the tap of a button on your iPhone or Android smartphone and redeem those points for gift cards, discounts, cash and electronics such as tablets, mP3 players or headphones.
I mean, think about it. This kind of traction when it comes to rewarding users makes perfect sense, especially as smartphone adoption is growing at a rapid pace worldwide. This is a prime area for companies like Viggle, Shopkick, Checkpoints and App Trailers to grab the attention of people by cleverly implementing such a fun way to go out and shop



 Veggie is a loyalty program for television that gives people real rewards for checking into the television shows they’re watching. Currently available for Android, Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Viggle automatically identifies what television shows its users are watching and awards them points when they check-in. Viggle users can redeem their points in the app’s rewards catalogue for items such as movie tickets, music, gift cards and much more.
In the time I’ve used this app, I have been able to accumulate $40 in iTunes gift cards. The user interface of the social TV app is relatively easy to use. You can get from place to place without any guesswork, as things are pretty straight forward. However, there are a few drawbacks with this app. For example, the physical products such as the Apple TV (210,000 points) or iPod touch (375,000 points) seem unattainable. And don’t get me started on the Caribbean cruise that’ll a set you back 4,000,000 points — seriously, that’s a lot of TV watching!
Download free:
iOS | Android


With an easy to use application like Shopkick earning rewards is a breeze. All Shopkicks users have to do is  simply walk into a participating store, check in through the app, and earn points. People can also rack up points by scanning items and recent purchases. The idea is to urge you to do a lot of shopping at your favorite stores, and rewards like gift cards, vouchers and discounts are at your disposal once you earn the right amount of points. Once you launch the application the startup screen tells you the amount of stores that are in your area that you can earn “kick” points.
I really like the fact that you can store your credit cards securely so they can be used for purchases at eligible stores. This opens another avenue for folks to collect them some kicks.
Download free:
iOS | Android


Similar to Shopkick, Checkpoints users can earn points ranging from 10 to 50 for scanning items at stores. The difference is a much more product driven strategy. For instance, if you head to a grocery store like Stop & Shop (in my area), you’ll notice points for scanning specific items like Welch’s fruit juice. You will get at least 1 coin for each scan you do. Coins can be used to spin the slots or buy a scratch ticket to win 20 to 150,000 points.
If going to the store and scanning a bunch of items isn’t your thing, then you will be happy to know that you can earn points and coins at home by doing things like downloading free apps and watching short videos about apps.
Download free:
iOS | Android

App Trailers

This app pays you to download other apps and watch trailers. How simple is that? In AppTrailers, you just watch videos that are about 30 seconds to a minute or so. Each viewing earns about 5 to 10 points, but you can make much more than that. You can play free scratch ticket games every day that pay you 10-21 points if you win. Another interesting option is the choice of buying scratchers using points that have different jackpots. You can also refer your buddies and receive 250 points. The only choice I seen for logging in was by way of Facebook. I’m not sure if an email signup option is available. I haven’t earned any money yet, but I’ll keep you posted on the latest.
Download free:
iOS | Android


Foap has probably the most intriguing concept out there. In an age where everyone wants to snap pictures and upload them to their social networking site of choice, Foap attempts to capitalize on that trend. Foap lets users upload their photos to the startup’s marketplace where they can be purchased for $10 each. Every sale is split 50/50 between the photographer and Foap. So instead of taking decent pictures for free, you can potentially get paid for them.
When the app first launched, the Foap team ran the approval process of each submission, which quickly became an arduous and expensive process. Not to mention, the user experience suffered because it made it too long for photos to get the thumbs up or down. Now approvals go through the community of users on the platform, as this makes photos go through much smoother. Unfortunately, the Foap app isn’t available for Android yet.