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How to fix most common issues in any android phone

Posted on 10 September 2017 by Rekha Sharma

An Android Mobile Phones are just like a boon to all of us. It makes our life so simple & help in making our work so easy. It helps in consuming our time. But from time to time we have to face some problems with our Android which are irritating and annoying to some extent. During past few days, I also had to face some problems with my Android and I tried to overcome them and after some efforts, I succeeded. Now I want to share those problems & its solutions with us.

Wi-Fi disconnected automatically

WI-Fi connections in your mobile may disconnect after some time of connection & we have to connect it again and again which is irritating and time wasting. So whenever it happens to u just do these simple steps as:

  • Go to “Settings” & then tap on WI-Fi
  • Now tap on more option in the right corner and select “Advanced”.
  • Now tap on “Keep Wi-Fi on during sleep” and a pop menu will appear, tap on “Always”.

If still your problem not solve then u have to check your router.

Automatic updating of apps when connecting to WI-Fi

This is one of the problems I had to face many times that whenever I connect my Android to WI-Fi my apps automatically started to update. I could not find the solution at all. But after lots of efforts, I was succeeded to resolve this. If u also face the same problem then try following solution:

  • Go to “Play Store” then click on the menu in the left corner
  • Now tap on “setting option”. Now u will see the Auto Update Apps” option
  • Then select “Do not auto update app” option.

Battery draining too fast

Most of the Android users face the problem of battery draining.  There are few reasons responsible for this such as screen brightness set as maximum,  running of background apps, WI-Fi, GPS etc. So to get rid of this problem we have to simply adjust some features or to stop apps running in the background, or u can also keep your phone on power saving mode.

Auto Correct Spelling

Most of the time we see that when we type a word our Android automatically correct the word or replace the word with another word. & what happens …corrected word is different from the word we want to type which is sometimes looks so funny. To get rid of this problem we have to disabled Auto Correct feature from the keyboard by doing the following steps:

Go to Setting>Language & Input> Android Keyboard> Auto Correction & Select “OFF”

When Phone does not respond at all

Sometimes phone unexpectedly stops running & not respond at all.  And we try to start it but it doesn’t.  If it happens to u, simply remove the battery of phone & after the sometimes place it back in the space provided. But there are some phones who have non-removable battery, in that case, your phone not responds at all simply shut down or restart your phone by pressing power button for a while.

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How to Measure Your App’s Success?

Posted on 22 March 2016 by wisdom

In today’s saturated app market, the pressing question is, how you measure the success of your app. Considering that more than 90% of the apps are deleted right after first use, number of downloads definitely isn’t a reflection of success. User engagement might be a comparatively better metric but does it really matter how engaged your users are, unless you realise substantial revenues from them. The thing with measuring the app’s success is that one-size-fits-all doesn’t work here.
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Every app is different, and so is its audience. For a gaming app, in-app purchase is what matters the most; for a retail app, it’s simply the app revenue; for a music app, it might be the session length. Here are three broad categories of app metrics that can help you track your app’s success.

1. Acquisition Metrics

Acquisition metrics are not simply about keeping a track of the number of downloads. Download is important but it can never be a stand-alone indicator. Rather, it’s knowing which channels bring in more users, or better yet, which channels bring in the most valuable users. The key acquisition metrics are number of installs, new users and active users.
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2. Engagement Metrics

Through advanced screen flow analytics, it’s possible to keep a track of every single click your user takes in your app. Knowing the navigational patterns of your users will help you pin-point the exact flaws in your app and make tweaks to get those right! The key engagement metrics include app retention rate, session length, session interval and a lot more.

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3. Conversion Metrics

Most people think, conversion is all about turning engaged users into paying customers. It’s not. It can be anything. It can be making the users click on ‘allow’ button in push notification prompts or take the desired call-to-action in a native ad. The key conversion metrics are in-app purchases, app revenues and third party ad revenues.
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Apart from these, you should also consider measuring LTV (Lifetime Value) of your app users. Lifetime Value is perhaps the best measure of evaluating how successful an app is. Simply put, it shows the revenue generated by each user right from the moment he/she downloads the app to the moment he/she uninstalls it. In a way, it also reflects the financial value of an app.

Many mobile marketers think that positive feedback (or even the negative one) is the greatest testimony to an app’s performance. It’s not! Here’s why – Only two kinds of users care to leave reviews on the app store. First, those who’ve an exceptionally good experience; second, those who’ve an exceptionally bad one! All in all, you cannot really count on either kind, to assess your app’s performance in its true sense. To make the most of app analytics, make your own app on an online app builder that comes loaded with powerful real-time analytic tools.

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Mobile Phone Landscape: India 2015

Mobile Phone Landscape: India 2015

Posted on 19 February 2016 by wisdom

In today’s tech-driven world, it’s a given fact that the mobile industry is seeing an exponential growth year after year. The mobile phone landscape: India 2015 sheds some stats and numbers on the extent of this unprecedented growth in the country.

With almost twice the mobile phone launches than two 2013 to the substantial increase in the number of smartphone brands entering the country, the Indian smartphone market seems to have seen it all, and it’s not a surprising fact that it will become even more competitive in the coming years. The bulk of the growth is defined by the budget segment, where feature phones have grown at a staggering 63 percent compared to 30 percent by their smartphone counterparts. Even in smartphone segment, the major growth came from the sub-Rs 5k price range. Consequently, major international companies, which until now dominated the premium segment, have been forced to reconsider their offerings in the budget territory.

Brands like Lenovo and ASUS, as well as debutants YU and OnePlus, have risen in popularity at the expense of already well established brands like Samsung and Sony.Moreover, the customers have given utmost importance to features and value for money and are willing to try out new brands.

Furthermore, the report also focusses on the most popular and searched for smartphones across various categories and segments, and awards the ones which stood out from the rest. The report includes many interesting insights to what shaped the smartphone market last year, so do take a look at it.

Mobile Phone Landscape: India 2015

source: 91mobiles

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Panasonic P55 vs ASUS ZenFone 5: comparison of the budget phablets

Posted on 27 January 2015 by wisdom

The ASUS ZenFone 5 and Panasonic P55 were launched last year below the price tag of $200 in India. Both of them are powered by Android KitKat, and fall under the phablet segment category thanks to the large screens. But what makes them actually comparable is their value-for-money quotients. The ASUS ZenFone 5 is from the ZenFone series, which is one of the famous smartphone series in demand in India. The Panasonic P55 on the other hand is the move of the renowned television maker in Android phablet segment.

With a 5.5-inch HD resolution display, the Panasonic P55 is a winner over the ASUS ZenFone 5. However, is a bigger display enough for the Panasonic P55 to win over the ZenFone 5? Let’s find out.

Panasonic P55 vs ASUS ZenFone 5

Design and display

The Panasonic P55 is fitted into a sleek body, of which the full dimension include 149.7 x 77 x 7.9mm. The ZenFone 5 on the other hand is offered with a slightly thick body measuring at 72.8 x 148.2 x 10.34 mm. With the plastic body, the Panasonic P55 doesn’t look so impressive in terms of design, whereas the ZenFone 5 offers a great design with a metal-finish chassis. Overall, the ZenFone 5 certainly wins the design segment over the Panasonic’s P55.

In the display section, the Panasonic P55 gets an upper hand with a 5.5-inch display with HD resolution. The ASUS ZenFone 5, on the other hand comes with a smaller 5-inch display, but offers immersive media viewing experience with an HD resolution screen and 294ppi of pixel density.

Processor, graphics and camera

The Panasonic P55 is fuelled by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, which is further supported by 1GB of RAM. The ZenFone 5 on the other hand has a 1.6GHz dual-core Intel processor, which is coupled with a PowerVR GPU and 2GB of RAM. So, without a doubt, the ZenFone 5 offers better figures in the performance section as compared to the P55.

Both the smartphones come with a few similar specifications. These are powered by Android 4.4 KitKat and offer 8MP rear snapper along with a 2MP front camera.

Storage, connectivity and battery

The ASUS ZenFone 5 is loaded with 8GB of internal memory, double the storage available with the Panasonic P55. Also, the ZenFone 5 supports memory cards up to 64GB in size compared to only 32GB of external cards supports available with the Panasonic P55.

The Panasonic P55 is loaded with a 2,550mAh battery, better than the ZenFone 5 which comes with a smaller 2,110mAh battery. The connectivity choices are same including dual-SIM slots, 3G, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth etc.

Overall, if you are more concerned about the battery life and a large display, the Panasonic P55 appears to be a better choice in this segment. However, if you want a premium smartphone feel in a compact design, the ASUS ZenFone 5 is worth considering for. They offer almost same experience on other fronts.

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List of Cheap Android Phones available in Market

Posted on 09 July 2011 by wisdom

If you’re thinking about for buying new Smartphone and try for Android but you budget is limited, then we have useful article for you this time we give information of some low cost android phone in Indian market ,So you can decide which mobile is in your budget.

List of cheap android based Smartphones available in India.

Samsung Galaxy 5 I5503

List of Cheap Android Phones available in MarketSamsung Galaxy 5 I5503 smartphone which is based on Android operating system. This smart phone features 2.8 inches LCD Screen with 16 million colors which provides super crisp graphics and very responsive touchscreen mobile Came with 2 mega-pixels of camera with Geo-tagging and smile shot.Phone is available in black color.
And you can find this smartphone at 8869 in India.

Dell XCD28
List of Cheap Android Phones available in MarketDell the computer manufacturer also relesed their Android phone. Dell XCD28 is Android Based smart phone with 2.8 inches touch screen with 256MB of Ram in this device and 200MB of internal memory, 3.2 megapixels camera.This smart phones is available in 10,500 in India.

LG GT540 Optimus

List of Cheap Android Phones available in MarketLG GT540 Optimus an android based smart phone has 3 inches LCD screen which is quite crisp,3 mega pixels camera, FM Radio, Wi-Fi and 600 MHZ processor power this smart phone. You can but this phone with price tag Rs 10,780

Samsung Galaxy 3 I5801

List of Cheap Android Phones available in MarketSamsung Galaxy 3 I5801 is another android based smartphone of Samsung Galaxy Series.With their look this smart phone may attract you . We have 130MB internal memory in smart phone which can be extended with 32 GB of MicroSD card. We have 3.2 mega-pixels camera which can perform well on quick capturing. and You can buy this Smartphone in India with price tag of Rs 11800

Motorola Quench XT3

List of Cheap Android Phones available in Market,Motorola Quench XT3Motorola Quench XT3 Android based smartphone from Motorola which is available with price tag of Rs 12300 in India. This smart phone has on screen virtual keyboard and 3.2 inches LCD screen,256MB RAM and 600 MHZ processor power this smart phone.

Samsung Galaxy i7500

Samsung Galaxy i7500Samsung Galaxy i7500 is another smart phone from Samsung Galaxy Series with Android Operating System in affordable price. This smart phone has 3.2 inch capacitive touch screen with 320 x 480 resolutions.
We have 5 mega-pixels camera and 8 GB of internal memory . This phone is powered by 528 mhz processor and it is available in 12500 indian rupees.

Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini

low range android mobileNow its turn of Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini this android from sony ericssion is valuable mobile. Xperia X10 Mini has 5 mega-pixels of camera, 2.5 inch of LCD Screen, 600 Mhz processor to power this smartphone. You can buy this smartphone at 12990 Indian Rupees.

If you Know some new handset with low range android please add your comment below i really appreciate your comments

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Amazon Cloud Drive your personal Storage for any thing.

Posted on 14 April 2011 by wisdom

amazon_cloud_driveAfter Microsoft and Dropbox Amazon also Introduce Cloud based storage, Amazon Cloud Drive, a digital storage service that serves as your locker for any kind of digital file. you can store videos, documents, MP3 songs and just about any file you can think of. This service by Amazon has many facilities for Music lover or we say the cloud service give too mush for All music lover and this Music attention make Amazon different from their competitor.

You also can stream the music live from your the Cloud Drive to your Android-based smartphone via a free Amazon MP3 application. Amazon offers 5 gigabytes of storage free. Just register on Amazon’s website, and you instantly open up your virtual bin. Not only does Amazon give you the first 5 gigabytes free, but if you buy an album from Amazon’s MP3 store, that limit shoots up to 20 gigabytes for free for a year. And any digital music you buy from Amazon is automatically stored in your cloud storage but doesn’t count toward whatever your Cloud Drive limit is.
The interface is easy to use. After installing two programs — one to upload and another to download files — you simply click on the “Upload to your Cloud Drive” button and select the files to send to the cloud. There is a 2-gigabyte limit for each file.
And the Android application allows you to stream the music either using Wi-Fi or a 3G connection. It also will play your playlists, and the music can be organized by songs, albums, genres and artists. It also graciously transfers all the album art, too.
So far, the service doesn’t work for Apple iOS devices like the iPhone, though Amazon likely will put out an application for those players soon.

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Sony Ericsson Launch 16 MP camera Phone.

Posted on 19 October 2010 by wisdom

Sony-Ericsson 16 MP camera phoneSony Ericsson is launching a phone in Japan with a 16MP camera.Yes Till now N8 is only mobile handset consist 12MP camera phone.But after This launching sony ericssion get this crown The phone, named the S006.
The S006 also has a 1GHz processor, Wi-Fi and GPS support, FM Radio, a 3.3-inch screen and a proprietary OS.
This phone now creating keen waiting for professional photographer because of there high quality lens.
The phone is being released solely in Japan at the moment, so no idea on the local availability and pricing yet.When we get some more news about this Phone we will publish in our future post.

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Buy Windows 7 Upgrade Family Pack in just $147 For Three PC

Posted on 06 October 2010 by wisdom

windows 7 family packHave you missed the Copy of Windows 7 family pack in July of 2009.Then their is one more chance to you for getting Windows 7 family pack from online stores,According to Microsoft blog the Windows 7 “family pack” is available once again.
This family pack allow users to upgrade up to three PCs to the Home Premium version of the operating system, the Windows 7 family pack includes upgrades, not full installations of the operating system, so those who buy the bundle should already have a legitimate copy of Windows XP or Windows Vista already running on their machines.
The price of Windows family bundle is $147 for three pc and single copy of the upgrade version of Windows 7 Home Premium costs $119.The Windows 7 family pack is available in a number of countries, including the U.S., Canada, China, and much of Europe.

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TATA Docomo launched their first handset

Posted on 23 September 2010 by wisdom

tata docomo mobile handsetTata DoCoMo announced the launch of its first handset in India.New phone is developed by Alcatel.
handset named OneTouch Net which is an QWERTY keypad handset with 2.4-inch display with support all of social networking websites. It will be more attractive for the social networking lovers with different applications. It is fully customized for Yahoo services and supports services like Yahoo Mail, Yahoo Messenger, Yahoo Search with Voice, Yahoo Social Pulse and Flickr image service.

Phone also has a 2 megapixel camera,FM radio and Bluetooth. It has an internal memory of 80 MB which can be expanded upto 8 GB using micro SD card.

OneTouch Net is available in two colors ‘White & Lavender’ and ‘Black & Silver’ and will be priced at Rs 5,499.

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Mozilla release Firfox for Android mobile platform

Mozilla release Firfox for Android mobile platform

Posted on 27 August 2010 by wisdom

firefox web browser for android Mozilla release first version of Firefox for Android mobile platform name of this web browser for android is Fennec 2.0 (codename for Firefox mobile) This is the first mobile browser to offer add-ons and is built on the same technology that powers desktop Firefox,The Alpha release of the next major version of Fennec is now available for Android and Nokia N900 users.

Fennec Alpha now creates one fluid Web experience between desktop and mobile devices by providing Firefox Sync built-in into the browser, which provides seamless access to Awesome Bar browsing history, bookmarks, passwords, form-fill data and open tabs.

This Alpha release includes Electrolysis, which allows the browser interface to run in a separate process from the one rendering Web content. By doing this, Fennec is able to react much faster to user input while pages are loading or CPU intensive JavaScript is running. The upcoming beta release will start taking advantage of Layers to greatly improve performance in graphic intensive actions like scrolling, zooming, animations and video.

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