Here’s a brief guide on how to root the LG Prada 3.0:
LG Prada 3.0 SuperOneClick 1.7 program download:
- On the phone go to settings > Applications > Development > Turn USB Debugging on also turn on unknown sources.
- Connect the LG Prada 3.0 to your pc make sure mass storage is turned off once connected wait for the drivers to install.
- Run SuperOneClick as admin right click superoneclick run as administrator and click on Root, sometimes it can take a few minutes once it’s done restart the phone now you should have superuser app on the phone.
[At Your Own Risk]
How to Unlock LG Prada 3.0 Steps:
- Insert not allowed SIM card
- Power on the handset phone will display phone restricted
- Select Cancel phone will display phone restriction code
- Enter the SIMunlock code
- Select OK the handset is now successfully unlocked
- Power on your phonewith the original SIM card
- Enter 2945#*940#
- A menuwill pop up, select Unlock USIM then Network
- Enter code Sent and press ok
The Nokia 808 PureView certainly made a splash at this year’s Mobile World Congress, pinning the company back on the cameraphone map in an extremely advantageous position. If you’ve been living in a cave these past few days, you might have missed some of the juicy details about the Nokia 808 and what makes it so special. So we’ll make a quick recap. The Nokia 808 PureView has a 4-inch AMOLED display with the rather lowly resolution of 360 x 640 pixels. Spiritually succeeding the Nokia N8, it runs Nokia Belle (previously known as Symbian) and it’s centered around a 1.3 GHz processor. While this smartphone might technically revolve around that processor, what’s got the publics imagination is actually the never-before-seen 41MP multi-aspect camera sensor.
Capable of shooting full-resolution shots of up to 38 megapixels and utilizing the industry’s first pixel oversampling technology for delivering vastly superior lower-resolution photos (5MP and 8MP), the Nokia 808 camera is a “quantum leap forward in cameraphone performance,” as Nokia themselves put it. Another industry’s first is the lossless digital zooming in less-than-maximum resolution shots and video. The garnishes on this excellent dish are the Carl Zeiss lens, the xenon flash, a relatively large F2.4 aperture, the mechanical shutter coupled with a neutral density filter, and there’s also, of course, FullHD video recording.
LG showed the T375 and T385 phones at the MWC – at first glance, they look like low-end droids, but are actually feature phones. They are essentially the same phone, except that the T375 is a dual-SIM phone.
LG T375 and T385
Both the T375 and T385 feature a 3.2″ QVGA touchscreen and run LG’s widget-enabled touch interface for feature phones. The phones offer GSM/EDGE connectivity along with Wi-Fi. You also get Facebook and Twitter integration along with push email to put that Internet connectivity to good use. Other specs on the two phones include a 2MP camera, microSD card slot and a 3.5mm audio jack. The T375 adds dual-SIM, dual-standby. The LG T375 and T385 are expected to launch in March.
One of the most prestigious events at Mobile World Congress is the GSMA Mobile Awards. I’m sure those nominated in the various categories are like celebrities at the Oscars and just “happy to be nominated”, but the truth of a product or service is winning a top award. This year saw Samsung grab hold of the “Manufacturer of the year” and also took home the “Best Smartphone” with the Samsung Galaxy S II (which has now sold over 20 million units worldwide in 10 months). In addition, Apple, Google, Rovio all received awards. Here’s a list of some winners:
Best Smartphone: Samsung for Samsung Galaxy S II
Best Feature Phone or Entry Level Phone: Nokia for Nokia C3-00
Device Manufacturer of the Year: Samsung
Best Mobile Tablet: Apple for Apple iPad 2
Best Mobile App for Consumers: Rovio Entertainment Ltd. for Angry Birds Rio
Best Mobile App for Enterprise: Citrix Systems for Citrix Receiver
Best Overall Mobile App: WhatsApp Inc. for WhatsApp
Most Innovative Mobile App: SwiftKey
Best Consumer Mobile Service: Google for Google Maps for Android
Best Mobile Innovation for Automotive, Transport or Utilities: Ford for Ford SYNC with Emergency Assistance
See the complete list here at GSMA
Although nothing has shown up online at Rogers, Sony has confirmed that the Xperia arc S is now availableat “at select Rogers stores across Canada”. The arc S has the same overall design as the arc, but gets some welcomed spec increases, such as the 1.4GHz processor. In addition, this runs OS OS 2.3.4 but will be bumped up to OS 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich sometime over the next couple months.
For more information or to buy Unlocked Sony Xperia arc S please visit WorldGSMPhones
The Windows 8 Consumer Preview launched today to much fanfare, but for the mobile types it was the announcement that Microsoft will be supporting four SoCs at launch for tablets and low-power laptops — three ARM-based and one x86. The ARM-based variety will be based on existing hardware from Qualcomm, including the newly-released Snapdragon S4 suite; Nvidia’s Tegra 3 CPU/GPU combo; and Texas Instrument’s OMAP 4 base, though it should be expanded to OMAP 5 when available.
As for Intel, its Clover Trail SoC with a 32nm die and integrated Atom CPU/GPU combo will round out the x86 entries. Because existing apps will work out of the box on Clover Trail tablets, Intel will have the only fully-capable Windows 8 tabs upon their launch later this year. Qualcomm has ceded ARM-based PCs to thousands of eligible developers in the run-up to Windows 8 on ARM, as existing apps must be re-compiled (or rewritten, depending on their state).
It looks like, with the Windows Store and full touch support, Windows 8 on ARM will eventually be the best solution for tablet users who want to stay within the Windows ecosystem, as tablets will typically run longer and cooler than on Intel’s Atom chips. Microsoft’s Steven Sinofsky is emphasizing that the ARM-based experience will be “no-compromise,” and assuming developers have the impetus to port over their existing Windows apps we have no reason to doubt him.
Source: The Verge
The Toshiba Excite 10 LE, “the World’s Thinnest 10-Inch Tablet”, can now be ordered via their Canadian website. This measures in at 0.3 inches (7.7mm) and weighs 535 grams. In a press release Toshiba noted that this “will ship with Android 3.2, Honeycomb but will be upgradable to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich”. As stated before, there will be 2 models available: 16GB for $549.99 and a 32GB for $599.99. If you want to wait a week and get this from your favourite retailer (Best Buy/Future Shop) you’ll be able to do so “next week”, but if you’re a keener you can head on over to Toshiba and order one – we’ve been informed that they have “inventory ready to ship”.
Go forth here at Toshiba
How to unlock Videotron BlackBerry 9360 Curve
You can request the code by submitting your imei
Videotron BlackBerry 9360 Curve Unlocking Instructions
1. Insert not accepted sim card in your phone and turn it ON.
2. You will be prompted to enter an unlock code (aka MEP Code)
3. Click Yes
4. Enter the unlock code, which you can get from “http://blackberrycodes.ca” and press enter
5. Phone is now UNLOCKED!
6. Go to “Manage Connections” and turn Mobile network ON
We are pleased to announce that
Mobilicity Huawei U7519 Unlocking Code available
You can request the code by submitting your imei
How to Unlock Huawei U7519 ?
1: Turn on phone with Not Accepted SIM card.
2: A menu will pop up to Insert the code.
3: Insert the provided code and press OK
4: Device is now unlocked.
After Unlocking this phone will work with Rogers,Fido,Chatr, AT&T, T-Mobile,and also any where in the world with Supported GSM carrier
Your phone will be permanently Unlocked,it will not erase your contacts or any data from your phone.