Android codes

Android is going to be very popular now these days.Android market provides wide range of applications for fulfill all your needs.As a Android user all you need to know about Android OS. So here i m sharing with you some secret code. This code helps you to access some hidden option which are generally not given as default.Plz use this code carefully because if you are unaware of these advanced settings then it may be harmful for your phone.

*#*#7780#*#*   – This code is used for factory restore setting.This will remove google account setting and System and application data and settings.
*2767*3855#   -  This code is used for factory format, and will remove all files and settings including the internal memory storage. It will also reinstall the firmware.
*#*#4636#*#*   – This code show information about your phone and battery.
*#*#273283*255*663282*#*#*    – This code opens a File copy screen where you can backup your media files e.g. Images, Sound, Video and Voice memo.
*#*#197328640#*#*    -  This code can be used to enter into Service mode. You can run various tests and change settings in the service mode.
*#*#7594#*#*   -  This code enable your “End call / Power” button into direct poweroff button without asking for selecting any option(silent mode, aeroplane and poweroff).
*#*#8255#*#*  -  This code can be used to launch GTalk Service Monitor.
*#*#34971539#*#*    -  This code is used to get camera information.Plz avoid update camera firmware option.
WLAN, GPS and Bluetooth Test Codes:
*#*#232339#*#* OR *#*#526#*#* OR *#*#528#*#*   -  WLAN test (Use “Menu” button to start various tests).
*#*#232338#*#*    -  Shows WiFi MAC address.
*#*#1472365#*#*    -  GPS test.
*#*#1575#*#*    -  Another GPS test.
*#*#232331#*#*   -  Bluetooth test.
*#*#232337#*#    -  Shows Bluetooth device address.
Codes to launch various Factory Tests:
*#*#0842#*#*   – Device test (Vibration test and BackLight test)
*#*#0588#*#*    – Proximity sensor test
*#*#0*#*#*    -  LCD test
*#*#2664#*#*   -  Touch screen test
*#*#2663#*#*    -  Touch screen version
*#*#0283#*#*   -  Packet Loopback
*#*#0673#*#* OR *#*#0289#*#*    -  Melody test
*#*#3264#*#*    -  RAM version
Code for firmware version information.
 *#*#1111#*#*   -  FTA SW Version
*#*#2222#*#*   – FTA HW Version
*#*#44336#*#* – PDA, Phone, CSC, Build Time, Changelist number
*#*#4986*2650468#*#*   – PDA, Phone, H/W, RFCallDate
*#*#1234#*#*  – PDA and Phone

CMS Systems.. (UMBRACO)

I have reciently started looking at what i feel to be a superior CMS system that is both intuative and powerfull. It’s name is UMBRACO and is based on the .net framework. To make learning the system easy, they have a great series of video tutorials that will allow a dotnet developer to quickly take advantage of this platform and end users to do much the same.

From the developers perspective after you have loaded the site on your system I would recomend the following videos (free) – it is also worth mentioning that a lot of the videos have tutorial documents that are linked to them at the bottom right hand corner.. These are defniitely worth grabbing as they contain sample code used in the tutorial and can help to jump start understanding.

So.. in order of what makes sense of you are thinking about creating a “Custom” umbraco installation.

(start here - select free to eliminate videos that you cant view – but it is worth getting the full series.. I would just review all the free content before you purchase your subscription..)

  1. http://umbraco.com/help-and-support/video-tutorials/umbraco-fundamentals/building-the-cws-site/creating-the-basic-structure/TVPlayer

PS.. as i work through the tutorials and gain a greater undrstanding this page will get updated (probably quite quickly)

Rob.

Java Script Libs worth looking at.

Of course you need to start with

JQuery, JQueryUI, JQuery Mobile but there are a number of other libs that are worth keeping an eye on.

Knockout

Node.js

Lode.js

prototype.js

 

 

Irish View of Yhacting (olympics)

This is simply brilliant!

Great tips on searching google!

http://www.hackcollege.com/blog/2011/11/23/infographic-get-more-out-of-google.html

Dealing with Mulitple (same key) Query String items in C#

Today i bumped into a problem that was quite easy in the (good old) days of traditional ASP.

Our webapplication needed to pass multiple id’s to a page in it’s query string. The query string was built by simply “joining” a list of id’s and passing that into the url.

var QString =String.Join("&id=", item.OrderConfirmationData.VendorOrders.Select(x => x.VendorOrderNumber))

This would build a query string that looked something like
http://localhost:36165/WebSite1/querystring.aspx?id=1&id=23&id=43&id=103

Reading it back via server side code using somehting like to string returned a comma seperated string. (that might not have been bad if some of the values had comma’s in them. :)

e.g. 1,23,43,103

This inturn caused us to split the results to and array based on the comma. arghhh that was when the fun started.

So.. the solution.

The querystring object in .net has a .GetValues method. If you pass in the Parameter name, it return a string array of values..

At that point parcing the values is easy and clean. e.g.


var values = Request.QueryString.GetValues("id");
foreach (var item in values)
{
litSPLIT.Text += item + "<br />";
}

The scale of all things known and imagined.

http://www.primaxstudio.com/stuff/scale_of_universe/scale-of-universe-v1.swf

If you have ever wondered how big things are in relationship to other things..

 

Don’t buy music from apple(iTunes)

Anyone who knows me, knows my opinion of APPLE products and the relative intelligence of the people who buy Apples or purchase things from their store.
In short – very low. Not to make small the accomplishments of their now deceased leader. He was a true visionary and had a marketing savvy that few in the technical field could hope to match.

BUT a few weeks ago my oldest wanted to purchase a song via iTunes.
Apples cost $1.36. Hating proprietary nature of their music format, I refused to pay for it from apple. I insisted we purchase a song from Amazon.

The same song at amazon was $0.99 – which makes sense as apple adds 30% to any purchase made through their system. Then of course, you can only upload them X times before they prevent the use. So upgrade your systems a few times and you have lost your investment.

To my very PLEASANT surprise – Amazon leaves a copy of every MP3 you purchase on their cloud server for you to download at a later date (no limit to the number or times) and they discounted the 99c purchase to $0.

Subsequently I have made a number of MP3 Purchases via Amazon and every one of them has been discounted to the value of the song.. So. Instead of spending
$13.60 for 10 songs via ITunes the same purchase at amazon would only have been $9.90 but in reality was FREE!!!

Don’t be a sheep and use iTUnes. Be smart and use AMAZON! You will be a much happier person (PERIOD)

Kill “right click” from a webpage with JQuery

This was always a pain with pure javascript, however Jquery has made our lives infinatly easier. Just bind to the “contextmenu” object and kill any action.

$(function(){
$(document).bind(“contextmenu”,function(e){
return false;
});
});

usefull ips for DNS breakdown..

Usefull IP addresses incase your DNS goes wonkie...
tumblr.com 174.121.194.34
wikipedia.org 208.80.152.201

# News
bbc.co.uk 212.58.241.131
aljazeera.com 198.78.201.252

# Social media
reddit.com 72.247.244.88
imgur.com 173.231.140.219
google.com 74.125.157.99
youtube.com 74.125.65.91
yahoo.com 98.137.149.56
hotmail.com 65.55.72.135
bing.com 65.55.175.254
digg.com 64.191.203.30
theonion.com 97.107.137.164
hush.com 65.39.178.43
gamespot.com 216.239.113.172
ign.com 69.10.25.46
cracked.com 98.124.248.77
sidereel.com 144.198.29.112
github.com 207.97.227.239

# Torrent sites
thepiratebay.org 194.71.107.15
mininova.com 80.94.76.5
btjunkie.com 93.158.65.211
demonoid.com 62.149.24.66
demonoid.me 62.149.24.67

# Social networking
facebook.com 69.171.224.11
twitter.com 199.59.149.230
tumblr.com 174.121.194.34
livejournal.com 209.200.154.225
dreamwidth.org 69.174.244.50

# Live Streaming Content
stickam.com 67.201.54.151
blogtv.com 84.22.170.149
justin.tv 199.9.249.21
chatroulette.com 184.173.141.231
omegle.com 97.107.132.144
own3d.tv 208.94.146.80
megavideo.com 174.140.154.32

# Television
gorillavid.com 178.17.165.74
videoweed.com 91.220.176.248
novamov.com 91.220.176.248
tvlinks.com 208.223.219.206
1channel.com 208.87.33.151

# Shopping
amazon.com 72.21.211.176
newegg.com 216.52.208.187
frys.com 209.31.22.39

# File Sharing
mediafire.com 205.196.120.13
megaupload.com 174.140.154.20
fileshare.com 208.87.33.151
multiupload.com 95.211.149.7
uploading.com 195.191.207.40
warez-bb.org 31.7.57.13
hotfile.com 199.7.177.218
gamespy.com 69.10.25.46
what.cd 67.21.232.223
warez.ag 178.162.238.136
putlocker.com 89.238.130.247
uploaded.to 95.211.143.200
dropbox.com 199.47.217.179
pastebin.com 69.65.13.216

Here’s a tip for the do-it-yourself crowd: Go to your computer’s Start
menu, and either go to “run” or just search for “cmd.” Open it up, and type in
“ping [website address],”

Once you have the IP for a website, all you really need to do is enter it
like you would a normal URL and hit enter/press go. Typing in
“208.85.240.231” should bring you to the front page of AO3, for example,
just as typing “174.121.194.34/dashboard” should bring you straight to your
Tumblr dashboard. Since we’re obviously bracing for the worst case scenario
which would involve you not being able to access the internet regularly, you
should, save this list.