Category Archives: Google

How to unlock your Samsung Galaxy S3 or Note 2 GSM Phone

I was just looking around on whether is there a simple or easy way to unlock Samsung Galaxy S3 and you know what I found a very simple way to accomplish this. This is yet to be confirmed by myself to work on AT&T Galaxy S3 and it is reported to work on ALL VARIANTS of GSM.

Please do not profit off this… this is completely free.

To unlock your Galaxy S3 OR Galaxy NOTE 2:

  1. Just dial the following keys on your phone dial pad *#197328640#
  2. Your will now see Main Menu.
  3. Select [1] UMTS
  4. Select [1] Debug Screen
  5. Select [8] Phone Control
  6. Select [6] Network Lock
  7. Select [3]Perso SHA256 OFF
  8. After choosing this option, wait about 30 seconds
  9. Then go back one step by pressing the Menu button (left button to Home button) then select Back
  10. Now you should be on [6] Network Lock screen
  11. Select [4] NW Lock NV Data INITIALLIZ and wait for a minute
  12. Reboot your phone

… enjoy!!!

*Standard Disclaimer: I am not responsible if you don’t follow directions and what you do with your phone…

Please share this if it works for you…

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Gtalk Extension for Chrome on Mac

I was looking at the Gtalk extension for Chrome on Mac OS X Lion (10.7) on Chrome Web Store. I liked that and installed it and now I notice that Gtalk now comes on my Mac’s menu bar as an icon.

This one is great as clicking on the icon opens up a new small Chrome window for Gtalk. So iChat beware…here comes Google without any native applications but using only Chrome browser.

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Google – New look

Google with new top bar
Google with new top bar

Today, Google has changed its interface across all application. It has introduced a new design for top bar with black background.

Also, in some cases it is showing a new search button in blue along with a magnify glass icon. And there are no separator line between left panel and the search result which use to be there earlier. Also, the menu items on the left side panel have completely new icon set with more of black and gray stuff.

Google - New look
Google - New look
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Google Chrome OS for Parallels Desktop

Google Chrome OS
Google Chrome OS

Google has launched the source code for their new Google Chrome OS as open source under the GPL license, Google Chromium.

You can go the Google Chromium site and look for the Source code and build a custom version.

People out there also build a pre-build for VMware and Parallels virtual environments. You can download the Parallels version (pvm) file using the following torrent.

Download this torrent

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