| Phones / Re: 2019 Foldable Phones : Do We Actually Need Foldable Phones? by Cyb3rhack3r: 8:51am On Feb 23, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: Whatsapp, Instagram And Facebook Merger - What You Should Know About It by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:11am On Feb 01, 2019 |
Lol. I'm moving to Telegram. Nonsense
| Phones / Re: Xiaomi Launches In Africa To Compete Against Tecno, Itel And Infinix by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:56am On Jan 22, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: Xiaomi Launches In Africa To Compete Against Tecno, Itel And Infinix by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:55am On Jan 22, 2019 |
Now people will know what smartphone is not tecno with 2016 low range processor and then slam 70k on it.
| Phones / Re: Microsoft Officially Ends Support For Windows 10 Mobile by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:08am On Jan 21, 2019 |
The support for Windows 10 phones have just ended.
Although It’s very sad to see the Operating system go out of fashion, there’s nothing we can do about it.
Microsoft has already confirmed that it is officially killing off support for the OS. I actually knew this would happen at some point but I didn’t know it would be this soon.
So if you’re still using a Microsoft Windows 10 Mobile phone, you have less than a year to upgrade to something else preferably an Android Phone.
Windows 10 Mobile Is Dead
Microsoft has already published a support page detailing Windows 10 Mobile’s upcoming End of Support.
According to the company, Windows 10 Mobile users are no longer eligible to receive updates, including security updates, from December 10, 2019. Devices that are running Windows 10 Mobile version 1703 will no longer receive support even earlier — on June 11th, 2019.
So immediately it gets to the end of support date some of the features on the device will slowly stop working and Microsoft won’t do anything about it. Automatic or manual device backups will end on March 10, 2020.
With this notice, Microsoft just hit the final nail on the coffin of it’s mobile operating system
Alternative Option For Windows 10 Mobile
“Microsoft’s mission statement to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more, compels us to support our Mobile apps on those platforms and devices,” the company said, recommending users to move to an Android or iOS device.
Do you still have a windows phone?
Source - https://www.naijatechguy.com/2019/01/goodbye-windows-10-mobile.html
Even Bill gates uses an android phone. This was expected
| Phones / Re: Android Q – See The New Features Google Plans On Releasing by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:43am On Jan 20, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: Apple Loses $57 Billion , Drops To 4th Most Valuable Company In The World by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:20am On Jan 04, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: Top 5 Most Anticipated 5G Smartphones You Would Definitely See In 2019 by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:00am On Jan 03, 2019 |
| Phones / Re: How Google Plans On Replacing Android With Fuschia OS by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:13am On Dec 29, 2018 |
| Phones / Re: Gionee Mobile Is Now Officially Bankrupt, Files For Liquidation In Court by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:47am On Dec 27, 2018 |
A few weeks ago I made a post regarding Gionee's financial woes being the possible reasons why we haven't seen new phones from Gionee.
The same day I made the post a Gionee Nigeria staff called me and made threats regarding the post saying they would take action against me for publishing such content which was quite laughable. I don't take down content that is true to please any brand. I also believe he was quite oblivious of the current position of his employers so I would disregard the threat.
The news reaching me now is that the company has officially entered bankruptcy.
A court in Shenzhen has accepted the application for liquidation bankruptcy by Huaxing Bank. This may still turn into a company reorganization – Gionee hired restructuring consultants last week. Founder Liu Lirong thinks that the company can turn its fortunes around in 3-5 years.
However, Gionee owes a total of CNY 20.2 billion (around $3 billion) to 648 creditors. About half of the debt is to banks. Earlier this year the company failed to pay suppliers. Ad agencies haven’t been paid either.
The company's money problem started when the founder and chairman Liu lost a CNY 1 billion bet in a casino.
Liu admitted in the interview that Gionee’s total debts amount to 17 billion yuan ($2,447,065,000), with 10 billion yuan($1,439,450,000) of this owed to banks, 5 billion yuan($719,725,000) to upstream suppliers and about 2 billion to advertising agencies.
If nothing spontaneous happens in 3 – 5 years and the executives can't avoid gambling, this will be the end of Gionee Electronics and Smartphones.
Sad.. They used to be a great brand
| Phones / Re: How Google Updates Your Phone Even If You Don't Get Android OS Updates by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:03am On Aug 29, 2018 |
Just last week I installed an update of 553mb on my Tecno Camon X Pro for few fixs and July Google patch..
I believe you've gotten the new gesture feature
| Phones / Re: The Android Mid-range Battle Continues: Nokia 6.1 Plus & Xiaomi Mi A2 Comparison by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:02am On Aug 29, 2018 |
| Phones / Re: How Google Updates Your Phone Even If You Don't Get Android OS Updates by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:29am On Aug 26, 2018 |
| Phones / Re: How To Make Your Android Phone's Fingerprint Scanner More Accurate by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:11am On Aug 16, 2018 |
| Phones / Re: How Wireless Charging Works On Android Phones And How To Get It On Your Phone by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:05am On Aug 13, 2018 |
| Phones / Re: What Every Person Should Understand About Android One, Android Go and Android by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:44am On Jun 30, 2018 |
Amazing post... Android Go isn't bad at all
| Phones / Re: Google Removes The Default Navigation Buttons On Android P & Adds More Features by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:38am On May 10, 2018 |
Oreo is still struggling to get a Market Share.
Google should do something about this.
| Phones / Re: Check Out 20 Android Smartphones That Copied The Iphone X by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:37am On May 10, 2018 |
| Phones / Re: 7 Best Ways To Speed Up And Improve The Performance Of Any Android Smartphone by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:57am On May 04, 2018 |
Amazing tips bro
| Phones / Re: How To Protect Your Social Media Accounts From Being Hacked by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:01am On Apr 25, 2018 |
Two factor protection does it for me.. Even with my details, you won't be able to login to my account and I'll be alerted
That's one of the best.
| Phones / Re: How To Protect Your Social Media Accounts From Being Hacked by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:55am On Apr 24, 2018 |
I've actually been getting calls from friends and blog readers lately that their accounts and that of their friends are being hacked. This unethical trend just skyrocketed this year. It's very annoying.
I've also gotten a mail from Facebook previously that said that someone requested to change my password.
We all know that the perpetrators of these crimes are usually internet fraudsters (g-boys) looking for old accounts that they feel Facebook cannot block when they're carrying out their fraudulent business online. In this post, I'll be using Facebook as an example but every method below applies to all social networks
One day, you may actually decide to check up on your friend on Facebook, then you'll end up seeing a white man or lady in an account that you're very certain that it was your friends account.
I've come up with a couple of ways to protect your Facebook account, please don't forget to share this to friends as well.
1. Anti-Phishing Techniques
Phishing is the easiest trick in any hackers arsenal or weaponry. All it needs is for the victim to click on a link and log with in their original details on a fake page.
If you're still logged in to Facebook and a link requests that you type in your Facebook details again, do not do that. There's a high chance your details will be stolen once you type in your details on the page. This is quite different from the pages that ask you to log in with Facebook and requests access to your account.
2. Verify and Update Your Account Details
Most people feel this is not necessary but It's very important. I woke up this morning and tried to log in to my account via a browser and I was asked to verify my identity with my number. I'm like okay that shouldn't be a problem until I saw the number I was asked to verify. A number I hadn't used in years.
I remembered that I was still logged in on the main Facebook app on my device so I quickly went to my profile > about me and deleted the old number entirely from the account.
I'm still wondering why Facebook will actually tell me to verify my identity with a number that isn't active.
The only logical explanation is that someone was messing with my account and Facebook had to lock it down till my identity was verified.
If you have an email address, make sure to add it to your account and also update your phone number as well.
Use Your Real Name On Your Account
Let's assume that the damage done to your account was extremely bad. Facebook might decide to ask you to upload an ID. If your name on Facebook is Mhiz Slay Donkey, which kind of ID do you think will unlock the account. Using your real name on Facebook has numerous advantages.
Two Factor Authentication. This is the last resort but pretty much secure though. In this case, Facebook sends you a link or pin anytime you log in to your account to verify your identity.
You can then click the link or input the pin on the log in page.
The only downside of this is that you may not be able to log in to your account anytime you lose your phone number or 2FA Device.
So that's pretty much everything I think you need to know. Stay Safe.
Nice one bro
| Phones / Re: Best 5 Smartphones With 4G Support That Cost Less Than N35,000 by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:44am On Feb 28, 2018 |
Wow.. Nice.. I'm definitely getting one
| Phones / Re: Oukitel Releases Clone Of Iphone X That Costs Less Than N60,000 - Oukitel U18 by Cyb3rhack3r: 10:09am On Feb 19, 2018 |
When it comes to cloning devices, I'll always give Chinese manufacturers a 5 star rating.This time
Oukitel put a notch on its U18 smartphone making it look like a perfect clone of the iPhone X.
Check out the comparison between the iPhone X and Oukitel U18
If you think the copying would have ended there but it didn't , they also copied the lower edge of the Galaxy S8 – and even the Samsung icons – so the screen still does not occupy as much space as possible on the front.
The “ultrawide” screen has a 21:9 ratio, used in CinemaScope or anamorphic movies. However, most of the content available for mobile phones are formatted at 16:9.
The 5.85-inch screen has a resolution of only 1512 x 720 makes it perfect for watching HD videos.
Coming to the specs, the Oukitel U18 has a MediaTek MT6750T processor, 4 GB RAM, 64 GB internal storage coupled with an expandable storage, and a 4000mAh battery. There is also a fingerprint reader at the back.
It has a dual rear camera with 16 and 5-megapixel sensors made by Sony. Meanwhile, the front camera has 13-megapixel. It also comes with something I'd call a gimmicky “Face ID” feature, which is just the same facial recognition built into Android since the Ice Cream Sandwich – and that can be fooled by a photo as well.
Oukitel is selling this device in limited edition. It will produce 999 units, which will cost US $160.
cc Mynd44 , lalasticlala
Nice. I wonder which version of Android it'll ship with. Mynd44 take a look at this
| Phones / Re: See The List Of Samsung Phones That'll Get Android 8.0 Update by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:46am On Feb 13, 2018 |
Wow..That's really amazing from Samsung.
| Webmasters / Re: See How Facebook Makes Money From Everything We Do by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:59am On Nov 20, 2017 |
Someone was arguing with me that na from in data Facebook dey chop money
I just be like...
| Phones / Re: My Hands On Review and Unboxing Of A Smartphone Controlled Drone - NaijaTechGuy by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:13am On Nov 20, 2017 |
Quite impressive review.
| Webmasters / Re: See How Facebook Makes Money From Everything We Do by Cyb3rhack3r: 7:12am On Nov 20, 2017 |
| Webmasters / Re: See How Facebook Makes Money From Everything We Do by Cyb3rhack3r: 6:42am On Jun 16, 2017 |
They should pay users for using Facebook nah.. At least they're earning from what we do
Are you not enjoying the free Facebook. Don't be ungrateful.