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How To : Unlock your BlackBerry & how to get an IMEI code

In this video tutorial, learn how to unlock (or jailbreak) your Blackberry, with these step-by-step instructions. This video also shows you how to get a IMEI Unlock Code from "Unlock To Talk", however, this code costs money. You can access a code here.

How To : Find Your IMEI & MEID Numbers

If your smartphone is ever lost or stolen, it's a terrible experience. If you file a police report, chances are the responding officer will need your device's IMEI or MEID number if you want to stand a chance of getting it back. Same goes for making an insurance claim on a los ...more

How To : SIM-Unlock Your HTC One for Free

Mobile carriers have been the bane of my existence for as long as I've had a phone. First, they take away unlimited data, and then when you try and switch carriers, they hold your phone hostage for a up to a week before unlocking it from their network. There are services out ...more

News : 20 Cool New Features in the Galaxy S8 Oreo Update

Samsung has finally rolled out the Android Oreo update for the Galaxy S8 and S8+. If you're just now getting the update, you'll be happy to know that your Galaxy just got upgraded with plenty of cool new features. Like previous updates, Samsung has improved upon its software b ...more

How To : Jailbreak a Blackberry Curve for free

Want to switch your Blackberry Curve's service? Here might be your chance. In this tutorial, learn how to unlock (or jailbreak) your Blackberry Curve in just a few steps, listed below (from Killer Number X): 1) Go to menu 2) Go to options 3) Go to advanced options 4) Sim card ...more

How To : 100+ Secret Dialer Codes for Your iPhone

The dialer screen on your iPhone has a lot more to it than just entering phone numbers and hitting the green call button. It's not very obvious, but there are secret codes that you can enter into the dialer to find out information about your device, help troubleshoot issues, a ...more

News : Top 10 Android Hidden Codes for Smart Phones

Video: . this codes help TO KNOW IMEI NUMBER TO TEST THE TOUCH SCREEN PHONE INFORMATION, USAGE DATA AND BATTERY INFORMATION CAMERA INFORMATION LIKE MEGA PIXEL AND ZOOM CAPACITY IMMEDIATE BACKUP OF VIDEOS , SONGS AND IMAGES TO KNOW FULL INFORMATION ABOUT SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE T ...more

How To : 100+ Secret Dialer Codes for OnePlus Phones

There's actually more to the dialer screen on your OnePlus than meets the eye. Besides its obvious purpose of calling people, there's a vast array of secret codes that you can input to troubleshoot your device, in addition to revealing important information, making anonymous p ...more

News : Don't Even Think About Dropping Your Galaxy S8

If you shatter your new Samsung Galaxy S8 display, then be prepared to pay a hefty repair fee for that bezel-less baby. Yeah, you already purchased Samsung's latest flagship for approximately $700. The world's first Infinity Screen stares at you like it would never be anythin ...more

How To : Buy Used Phones Without Getting Screwed

I've seen my fair share of heartbreaks when it comes to used phones. As a repair tech, I often had to try and help out customers who bought used handsets which turned out to be useless, either because it was stolen or not working on their carrier's network. More often than not ...more

How To : Unlock Your LG V20's Bootloader (US Variant)

LG, like many other OEMs, usually locks down their bootloaders with an airtight seal. There are a few good reasons for this, the big one being that an unlocked bootloader technically compromises some device security measures. LG would also argue that unlocking your bootloader ...more

How To : Back Up Any Partition on Your Android Device

When installing flashable ZIPs and custom ROMs, we always hear the same old adage: "Make a full NANDroid backup first." Trouble with this is that you don't always need an entire system backup, since many mods only apply to specific folders on your device. And while custom reco ...more

How To : Google Will Replace Your Damaged Nexus 5 for Free

If you purchased your Nexus 5 from Google Play in the United States, we've got great news for you. In an unprecedented move, Google has started offering customers the chance to exchange their broken or water-damaged Nexus 5 for a new or refurbished unit—free of charge. Not ma ...more

How To : All the Reasons You Should Root Your Phone

Rooting. As an Android user, I'm sure you've heard the word once or twice. According to Kaspersky, 7.6% of all Android users root — but for the 92.4% who don't, we wanted to talk to you. Rooting allows you to remove barriers and open Android to a level of unprecedented contro ...more

How To : Completely Hide Root Using Magisk

Ever since the introduction of Google's SafetyNet feature, it's been an ongoing battle with apps trying to detect root access. For a while, there was a lot of back and forth between Magisk and certain apps. Pokémon GO was a high profile example of an app aggressively checking ...more

How To : Spot a Counterfeit iPhone or Android Smartphone

Cheap Chinese knockoffs have been around for ages, but recently, skyrocketing demand has led to a massive influx of counterfeit smartphones. Sellers on Craigslist seem to have no trouble getting ahold of these fake devices, then passing them off as the real deal and turning a ...more

How To : Bluesnarf a Nokia 6310i handset (cell phone)

Check out this video tutorial to see how to bluesnarf a Nokia 6310i handset (cell phone). What is Bluesnarfing exactly? Answer: Serious flaws in Bluetooth security lead to disclosure of personal data. Three vulnerabilities have been found: First, confidential data can be obt ...more

News : 4 Ways the OnePlus 6T Makes Rooting Easy

With the same starting price as its predecessor and a nice list of improvements, the OnePlus 6T is a great buy for a number of reasons. But for many Android users, the main selling point for the latest OnePlus flagship is how easy it will be to root and mod the device. We jus ...more

M8 Leaks : What We (Kinda) Know About the New HTC One

Confirming a lot of what we already knew, now we have a physical walkthrough video on HTC's new flagship, the M8. Or, maybe the "New HTC One", but let's hope that's not the name of the final product. Before we get to the video, here's what we already know: Dual rear cameras w ...more

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