Apple

Installing or Upgrading iOS is an easy task when you have high-speed internet. But when you have a dial-up or low bandwidth connection, and nowadays Apple Servers are overloaded with download requests, it’s a tough task for the users.
Warning: The Install process will erase all the data in your device. So, Kindly backup your data to your iTunes or iCloud before proceeding . I cannot be held responsible for your data in any way!

I’m taking you through the process directly

.::Pre-Requisites::.

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JellyBean43

Hello after a long time!

After hearing the news that Google released Android 4.3 update for Nexus devices. I tried checking for update in my Nexus 7 tablet(2012 version). It disappoints.

However, I found a way to update it through a trick. Here we go!

Process:

Step 0:[Optional] Uninstall all the unofficial applications(other than Google built-in apps) and delete the users created.
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Today, I’ve come up with a Multi-Select Drop-down (with check-boxes inside) using jQuery. I thought, it would be time-consuming, but I had to make it and here it is.

Well, not really, I’ve used a drop-down and and check-boxes inside. Why??
A: Older IE doesn’t support CSS3 and also to make it look alike in all browsers, I’ve NOT used HTML drop-down and check-boxes.

The final result will look something like…
MultiSelect

Prerequisites:
Jquery Latest version
Jquery Scroll-pane Script & CSS
Images for check-box(tick & unticked), drop-down.(Try google ‘Checkbox Vectors’)
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Pre-Requisites:

HTC Wildfire S(Marvel)
Memory Card and cable
Hacked Boot Drivers
ADB n Fastboot
ClockWorkMod Recovery
SuperUser for WFS(Root file)

Unlocking the bootloader

  • Goto -> HTC Dev. Use Internet Explorer.
  • Register an account and login using the same.
  • Select your device(HTC Wildfire S) from the dropdown and click ‘Begin Unlock Bootloader’
  • Accept the disclaimers and download the respective RUU from the displayed page based on your location/operator.
  • Follow the 10 step instructions and unlock the bootloader.

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Welcome Back..
Wildfire
This time, for a difference, we decided to get something done with our Android phones. And, the first thing which popped into our heads were rooting our phones to do a bit of frenzy action.

Cutting to the chase, let me get down to the actual process.

Pre-Requisites

  • An Android mobile phone (obviously) . For this process, we used a HTC Wildfire A3333 (Running on Eclair[2.1] or Froyo[2.2.1]). If you are in doubt check your device (Settings->About Phone->Software Information->Android Version)
  • The HTC Wildfire serial number should start with HT0*******  [Its a Zero, not an O]
  • Memory card and cable
  • ADB Drivers ( A quicker way to do this, is to install HTC Sync and then uninstall it. We only need the drivers, not the sync software)
  • Hacked Boot Drivers (Download them here)
  • The “Revolutionary” tool. (Download  windows here)
  • The Root file (Download them here (8892))

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