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My Students can create now Mobile Apps!

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It is my first time to handle an elective subject like this. It’s “Mobile Application”. As an Information Technology enthusiast, it should be learn more by doing not just by theories. My setup to my students is 80% Lab, and 20% Lecture so as they will learn a lot.

By the way, this subject is for my masters students only. Sorry for the undergrad students of mine. Please be motivated to enroll in Masters after you finished your degree, okay?

It’s very hard to start when it’s your first time. Honestly, I have three online pending training on mobile application development, and it is a chance now to continue and finish it along with this masters schedule.

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I have currently drafts mobile apps located at google play under the name “HostScripter”. At first, you need around 2,500 to 3,000php to be a member of the google play. But after this, you have now all the privilege to upload your free and paid apps.

For your information (MIT 1), here is our grading system for the subject Mobile Applications.

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Good Luck to the MIT 1st year. Let’s enjoy application development.

How to setup Email in a Blackberry Device?

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Source: JustHost.com

Setting Up Email for the Blackberry with the Blackberry 6 or 7 OS

You can definitely set up your Blackberry to use email.

  1. On the home screen, click the Setup icon.
  2. Select Email Accounts
  3. Select Internet Mail Account
To complete the process, you will need to follow the phone’s prompts along with the information found in our article with “General Settings for any Email client”.

Setting Up Email for the Blackberry with the Blackberry v5 OS

  1. On the home screen, click the Setup icon.
  2. Select the Setup Wizard
  3. Select “I want to create or add an email address.”
To complete the process, you will need to follow the phone’s prompts along with the information found in our article with “General Settings for any Email client”.

Re-registering your Blackberry device

You may have to re-register your device with your wireless network. Its very easy to do this.

  1. Click the Blackberry button > Options.
  2. Advanced Options > Host Routing Table
  3. Click the Blackberry button and choose “Register Now”.

This should sync your PDA with your carriers wireless network.

Older models

If you create an email address with the same name as your cPanel user name, there can be a major conflict.

When you setup an account on BIS it asks for only 2 things, e-mail address and password and tries to guess the rest. Now normally this is fine because it’ll fail and ask for the real information, but because the email and username both exist, if the passwords are the same, Blackberry will accept that this data is correct, and sync the phone with the accounts default e-mail address instead of the email address.

The fix for this is ridiculously simple; just give Blackberry a false password. When it cannot authenticate it will then ask you if you want to“Re-enter account information” or “Enter the settings manually”.

  1. Select Enter Settings Manually, then select “I will provide the settings to add this email account”.
  2. Finally, enter the full IMAP information for your account.

This will cause BIS to sync with the proper account.

Note: In the new Blackberry OS this is not the case, and this fix may not apply to the newer OS. However, this is something to try if you’re stumped.

NOKIA Mobile Secret Codes

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NOKIA Mobile Secret Codes

1610/1630
*#170602112302# (software version)

1610/1611
IMEI number: -*# 0 6 #
Software version: -* # 1 7 0 6 0 2 1 1 2 3 9 2 #
Simlock status: – # 9 2 7 0 2 6 8 9 #

2110
*#9999# (software version)

2110i/2110e
*#170602112302# or (depends on model)*#682371158412125# (software version)

NOKIA3110
*#06# -IMEI
*#3110# -Software version
##002# – allows to turn off voice mail.
*#7780# – restore factory settings
*#746025625#(or *#sim0clock#) – to check if clock of sim (SIM-Clock) can be stopped (SIM-Clock-stop is akind of standby mode which saces battery)
*#92702689# (or *#war0anty#) -“warranty code:”- you have to enter one of the following codes:

6232 (OK)displays month and year of production date (ie “0198”)

7332 (OK) – displays date of last repair – if there is (ie. “DATE NOT SAVED”)

7832 (OK) – displays date of purchase – if there is (ie. “DATE NOT SAVED”)

9268 (OK) -displays serial number

37832 (OK) -sets purchase date in format MMYY (MM – month, YY – year)- attention: you can set it only once, so beware !

87267 (OK)-displays message “Confirm Transfer?” – meaning is unknown (?)

* # 9 2 7 0 2 6 8 9 # -Simlock info

*#31# (call) -sets if your phone no. will be hidden or not (works only in some networks)

*#76# (call) -sets if target phone number when you call should be displayed (works only in some networks)

*#77# (call) -(work s only in some networks)

*#33/35# (call -displays message “Service not active”.

**31# (call) -your no. will not be showed to others when you make a call

3210
*#06# -IMEI
*#0000# -software version
*#92702689# (or *#war0anty#)- enters service mode.
*3370# -Turns on sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
#3370# -Turns off sound encoding system Enhanced Full Rate .
*4720# -Turns on battery save mode – saves about 30 % of energy.
#4720# -Turns off battery save mode.
xx# -Replace xx with desired phonebook entry – press # and you will see it on display.

51XX
*#06# -IMEI
*#0000# – Software version
*#92702689#( or *#war0anty#) Enter service mode.
*3370# -Turns on sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
#3370# -Turns off sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
*4720# -Turns on battery save mode – saves about 30 % of energy.
#4720# -Turns off battery save mode.
#pw+1234567890+1 -provider lock status
#pw+1234567890+2 -Network lock status
#pw+1234567890+3 -Provider lock status
#pw+1234567890+4 – SimCard lock status

NOKIA 61XX
*#06# -IMEI
*#0000# ;-*#99 99# (Nokia 6130)
*#92702689# (or *#war0anty#) Software versionEnter service mode.
*3370# -Turns on sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
#3370# -Turns off sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
*4720# -Turns on battery save mode – saves about 30 % of energy.
#4720# -Turns off battery save mode.

NOKIA8810
*#06# – IMEI
*#0000# -Software version
*#92702689# (or *#war0anty#) Enter service mode.
*3370# -Turns on sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
#3370# -Turns off sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
*4720# -Turns on battery save mode – saves about 30 % of energy
#4720# -Turns off battery save mode – saves about 30 % of energy

NOKIA99OO
*#06# -IMEI
*#682371158412125# -Software version
*#3283# -Displays week and year of manufacture, ie. 1497 means 14th week of 1997.

NOKIA 911O
*#06# IMEI
*#0000# SOFTWARE VERSION
*3370# Turns on sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
#3370# Turns off sound encoding system – Enhanced Full Rate.
*4720# Turns on battery save mode – saves about 30 % of energy.
#4720# Turns off battery save mode.

NOKIA 81XX
*#06# IMEI
*#8110# Software version
xx# Replace xx with desired phonebook entry – press # and you will see it on display
*#92702689# (or *#warOanty#)
“Warranty code:” – you have to enter one of the following codes:

9268 (OK) displays IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identification)

6232 (OK) displays date of manufacture in format MMYY (MM – month, RR – year)

7832 (OK) displays date of purchase

7332 (OK) displays date of repair or upgrade

37832 (OK) sets date of purchase in format MMYY (MM – month, RR – year) – attention: you can set it only once, so beware !!!

87267 (OK) transmits user data/move data do service PC

Note: The author does not take any responsibility for your actions and not responsible for any damage caused by this tutorial.

ERICSSON Mobile Secret Codes

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ERICSSON Mobile Secret Codes

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*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)
>*<<*<* for checking the firmware revision information (software release)
>*<<*<*>> n-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.

Shortcut for Last Dialed call menu
If you for some reason don’t want to enter the ‘Last Dialed calls menu’ by using the ‘YES’ key you can use the following key
stroke instead: First ‘0’ then ‘#’.

Access menu without Sim card
To access to the menu in your phone without having a card inside do the following: type **04*0000*0000*0000# When display say “Wrong Pin” press NO and you have access to the all menus: Info, Access, Settings, Calculator, Clock, Keylock On?, Mail, Phone book. NOTE if you try this on your phone may stop at Keylock On? menu and you´ll have to take your battery out to turn the phone on again. And this will not care about Phone lock!

A way to (un)lock your cell phone on to the network(subset):
1. Press <**<
2. Then on the display appear and give you two choices: Lock to Network ? and Lock to Network subset? (Use arrow keys to select)
3. Enter the NCK number (code is provided by the SP)
4. You have 5 attemps to do this
5. Then your cell phone will work ‘only’ with the network

Warning: The Service Provider (SP) Lock menu is used to lock the cell phone to the SP’s SIM card. Once the cell phone is locked to a specific operator, if one inserts a SIM card from a different operator the phone will refuse to accept it! The cell phone will however accept another SIM card from the same operator. To activate/deactivate this lock one needs a special secret code that is not available to the end user. Your phone can be locked to a service provider FOREVER by doing this! If an invalid code is entered all five times, the menu will exit and be deactivated! Any further attempt to activate the NCK/NSCK lock Menu will result in the response “Not allowed”! However the NCK/NSCK lock can be recover through a direct clearing in the EEPROM.

Message Report
When you writing a message, place at the start of it the code *0# and continue with your message. It’s job is like nokias report. It gives you information about the sended message.

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*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) Information you get from the IMEI:
XXXXXX XX XXXXXX X

TAC FAC SNR SP
TAC = Type approval code
FAC = Final assembly code
SNR = Serial number
SP = Spare

To access SIM-Locking menu of your phone, press: < * [CLR] <
Be careful or you may lock your phone.

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*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)
>*<<*<* for checking the firmware revision information (software release)
>*<<*<*> 1-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.
>*<<*<*>> n-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.

The Service Provider (SP) Lock
The Service Provider (SP) Lock menu is used to lock the cell phone to the SP’s SIM card. Once the cell phone is locked to a specific operator, if one inserts a SIM card from a different operator the phone will refuse to accept it! The cell phone will however accept another SIM card from the same operator.

To activate/deactivate this lock one needs a special secret code that is not available to the end user. (not even to you… or is it ? in case please let me know!)

Here is how to activate the menu:
<**< Lock to Network? if pressing yes you have 5 attempts to enter NCK.
<**<< Lock to Network subset? if pressing yes you have 5 attempts to enter NSCK.

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*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)
*#0000# to reset the phones menu-language to English.
>*<<*<* for checking the firmware revision information (software release)
>*<<*<*> 1-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.(298 entries)
>*<<*<*>> n-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.(160 entries?)

<**< Lock to Network? if pressing yes you have 5 attempts to enter NCK.
<**<< Lock to Network subset? if pressing yes you have 5 attempts to enter NSCK.

GA628
*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)
*#0000# to reset the phones menu-language to English.
*#103# then YES Time and date will be shown.
>*<<*<* for checking the firmware revision information (software release)
>*<<*<*> 1-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.(298 entries)
>*<<*<*>> n-row text strings. if pressing yes you can check the phones text programming in currently selected language.(160 entries?)

Here is how to activate the menu:
<**< Lock to Network? if pressing yes you have 5 attempts to enter NCK.
<**<< Lock to Network subset? if pressing yes you have 5 attempts to enter NSCK.

Bat. level indicator when turned OFF
When the phone is turned off and the phone is not changing – the bat. level can be seen for a short period of time by pressing the ‘NO’ key quick once (it has to be quick!) and then wait for about 2 sec. The bat. level will now be shown in the display at its normal position.

Alarm Clock Menu
Go to MissedCall Empty the list Press the -> key for a second or two The option Menu size turns up Choose ‘yes’ and go from there.

An alarm clock turned up too but it never rang. I think this was because there is no clock in the phone.

Free phone calls using the GA628
This trick has only been reported working on PREPAID GSM CARDS and in some countries and with some sw versions.
The prepaid GSM SIM CARD is a kind of “SIM card” which only has a sertant amount of credit on it (like a normal phonebox telecard)… if it can be traced? – we don’t know…

Well..here’s the trick you dial the no. normally and press YES. While “connecting” is shown on the screen, the following procedure should be carried out: Press CLR then 0 then # and then NO (twice) so as to switch OFF the phone. You can then still speak on the phone while it is switched off but the SIM card does not record your calls which will lead to FREE phone calls in some countries.. we hope!!

Another variant of the code

Make a Call, while the phone says Connecting type 083# (the position 83 must be empty! ), when phone says Pos Emtpy, press the NO key and turn off the phone.

If you can make the call with the phone turned off you will face a problem when you need to hang up the phone…the only way for you to do that is remove the battery…???

 

Note: The author does not take any responsibility for your actions and not responsible for any damage caused by this tutorial.

Motorola Mobile Secret Codes

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** MOTOROLA Mobile Secret Codes **

Press menu and type one of these numbers and press OK:

11 = Status Review
13 = Available Networks
14 = Preferred Networks
22 = Select Keypad Tones
25 = Require SIM Card PIN
26 = Language Selection
32 = Repetitive Timer
33 = Single Alert Timer
34 = Set IN-Call Display
35 = Show Call Timers
36 = Show Call Charges
37 = Call Charge Settings 38 = Reset All Timers
43 = Reset All Timers
45 = Show Last Call
46 = Total For All Calls
47 = Lifetime Timer
51 = Change Unlock Code
52 = Master Reset
53 = Master Clear (Warning!! May result in deleting the Msg Editor!!!)
54 = New Security Code
55 = Automatic Lock
63 = Battery Saving Mode
Free call tip
1 Enter the phone number
2 Enter OK
3 Type *#06#
4 Press Button C
5 And finally press the button for power off.
You should now be able to talk without being billed.

The 54# Tip:
Type 1#, 2#……..54# on the keypad (when you’re not in the menu) to get the phone number used for with this key when speed dialing.

*#06# for checking the IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity)

(Note: pause means the * key held in until box appears)

To activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 1 [pause] [ok]
You now have to press the [MENU] and scroll to the ‘Eng Field Options’ function with the keys, and enable it.

De-activate RBS
To de-activate RBS type: [pause] [pause] [pause] 1 1 3 [pause] 0 [pause] [ok]
This only works with some versions of software.

What’s the use of RBS:
Get Distance From Base Station – Place a call, when it is answered, press [MENU] until ‘Eng Field Option’ is displayed, press [OK], select ‘Active Cell’, press [OK], press [MENU] until ‘Time Adv xxx’ appears, where xxx is a number. Multiply this number by 550, and the result is the distance from the RBS (Radio Base Station), in meters.

Get Signal Quality – press [MENU] until ‘Eng Field Option’ is displayed, press [OK], select ‘Active Cell’, press [OK], press [MENU] until ‘C1’ appears. This is the signal quality. If it becomes negative for longer than 5 seconds, a new cell is selected.

 

Note: The author does not take any responsibility for your actions and not responsible for any damage caused by this tutorial.

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