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Thursday, May 28, 2015

Shoot in the Dark With Confidence in OPPO Mirror 3..

Oppo Mirror 3 Review: Shoot in the Dark With Confidence

One of the most wanted features in a smartphone is a good camera. We get umpteen requests from our readers asking us to recommend a phone under Rs. 20,000 which can take great photos. While there are phones with sensors that can capture good images in daylight, almost all of them produce subpar images in low light situations. Oppo believes it has the answer to this common problem with its latest midrange smartphone the Oppo Mirror 3.
Oppo has fitted the Mirror 3 with an 8-megapixel camera which uses a backside-illuminated (BSI) Sony IMX179 sensor, which is touted to have great performance in low light. On the other hand, at least on paper, the rest of the Oppo Mirror 3's specifications look slightly underwhelming for its price. We've spent some time with the device to find out if the performance of its camera is enough to warrant a purchase.
oppo_mirror_3_camera_ndtv.jpgLook and feel
We really like Oppo's finesse and attention to detail when making smartphones. The Mirror 3 might not have a very different design from any other candybar phone, but it does look and feel premium for its price. Most importantly, it is a refreshingly small phone considering we've been using a lot of smartphones with 5-inch or larger screens. We could easily pull it out of a pocket and start using it with one hand. The fact that the rear is curved ever so slightly makes it more comfortable to hold.
oppo_mirror_3_front_camera_ndtv.jpgThe Oppo Mirror 3 has compact dimensions of 137.7x68.8x8.9mm, and weighs a comfortable 130g. The body is made entirely of plastic but it feels sturdy on the whole although the power button and volume rocker on the right are made using cheap plastic. Pressing the buttons gave us the feeling that they would break, thanks to their distinct clicky sound. The Micro-USB port and a microphone for phone calls are on the bottom of the phone. On the other hand, the top houses the 3.5mm audio port, another microphone for recording sound during video capture, and an Infrared emitter.
Below the screen is a row of capacitive buttons, used to navigate through the operating system. The earpiece, cutout for the ambient light sensor, and front camera are above the screen. The rear cover has a textured look but it is covered in a coat of gloss and so feels smooth to touch. The camera and flash have metallic rings around them. Also, there are seven machine-drilled holes on the bottom for the speaker. The rear cover conceals the battery compartment, two Micro-SIM card slots, and the microSD card slot.
oppo_mirror_3_bottom_ndtv.jpgSpecifications and software
As we stated before, the Oppo Mirror 3 doesn't have class-leading specs. There is a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 SoC with Adreno 306 graphics under the hood. There is also 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. 8GB might feel like very little space but you can expand it by up to 128GB using a microSD card. Furthermore, the Mirror 3 can also act as a USB host through its Micro-USB port. These specifications are underwhelming because other phones that cost much less also use the Snapdragon 410 SoC, and 2GB of RAM has pretty much become the norm these days.
oppo_mirror_3_capacitive_keys_ndtv.jpgThe Mirror 3's 8-megapixel main camera has an f/2.0 aperture, 5P lens and Blue Light Filter. The secondary 5-megapixel camera on the front can be used to capture selfies. Only one SIM card can be used to connect to a 3G network. Other connectivity options include Infrared, Bluetooth 4.0, and Wi-Fi a/b/g/n. The phone has a 2,000mAh battery providing the juice for it to function.
The 4.7-inch IPS LCD panel has a resolution of 720x1280 translating to a pixel density of 312ppi. There is a layer of Corning's Gorilla Glass 3 on top of the screen to protect it. The display is bright and adequately saturated with colours. Even the viewing angles and legibility under direct sunlight are good. Oppo has rarely disappointed us with the displays on its phones. That said, some might argue that the display specifications are below average when compared with other similarly priced phones.
oppo_mirror_3_battery_ndtv.jpgOppo slaps its homegrown Color OS 2.0 skin on top of Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Not running Lollipop out-of-the-box is a negative for the Mirror 3. Color OS 2.0 is a polished, clean, and light skin, but it doesn't look anything like stock Android. There are a few tweaks and tricks that add some value, though these are not exclusive to Color OS 2.0. For example, we really liked that we could monitor the speed of our 3G connection in the status bar. Even the gesture and motion tricks work well for most part. Oppo also allows users to tweak themes according to their preferences.
The camera app is feature rich and modes are available within the app, which can be added or removed as per your preferences. Regular suspects such as HDR, Panorama, and Expert mode are present. However, there were also more unique and exciting ones, such as Colourful Night, Double Exposure, and GIF. Colourful Night mode enhances colours to make photos taken in low-light situations look richer. Double Exposure allows you to shoot two images and superimpose one on top of the other to create an artistic effect. GIF mode, for those who have been living under a rock, basically creates a moving picture.
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Our sample images in regular light conditions had good amounts of detail and didn't look pixellated at all. However, the overall tone was a little too warm for our liking. You will need to use HDR to prevent images from being overexposed. Tip: contrary to popular belief, you will get better photos from under shadows than in harsh sunlight.
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The BSI sensor shows off its prowess in low light situations and we really got some very impressive shots. There is a perceptible amount of noise but it is not as bad as other smartphone cameras. In fact, the low light performance of the camera is on par with that of the Huawei Honor 6 Plus (Review | Pictures), and that is saying a lot.
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The 5-megapixel front camera does a very good job of capturing selfies, even without the Beautify effect applied. 1080p video captured by the camera was, on the other hand, a letdown, primarily because even in sufficient light a lot of areas were underexposed.
oppo_mirror_3_camera_sample_4_ndtv.jpg(Click for full size)

Performance-wise we have no complaints, but the Mirror 3 is far from a powerhouse. It does basic tasks well but struggles the moment you throw anything intensive at it, such as graphically-rich games like Asphalt 8.
oppo_mirror_3_right_ndtv.jpgIn the AnTuTu and GFXbench tests, the Mirror 3 scored 19,840 and 10,974 respectively, which are slightly lower than some other smartphones we've tested in the past with the same SoC. The graphics benchmark test 3DMark Ice Storm returned a score of 5,236, whereas the phone achieved 9.5fps in GFXbench.
The Mirror 3 played all the videos we there at it, including our most heavily encoded 40Mbps sample footage. The speaker is adequately loud and the bundled earphones will more than suffice for normal usage. The quality of sound in phone calls is pretty good, and we didn't face any call drops either. The battery lasted 8 hours and 1 minute in our video loop battery test, which is surprisingly decent for a phone with a 2,000mAh battery.
The Oppo Mirror 3 is priced at Rs.16,990, which is slightly steep for what it offers. However the primary camera shoots great low-light shots, which could be a great selling point for many buyers. Buy this only if you want to use your smartphone to capture photographs or if you get a kick out of using your phone as an Infrared remote control for all your electronic appliances.

how to fix SONY XPERIA Z3 SOLUTIONS and the six common problem with it

6 common problems with the Sony Xperia Z3 and how to fix them

If you’re a fan of what Sony has done with their high-end Xperia series so far, chances are that its latest offering won’t disappoint. The Sony Xperia Z3 is amazing smartphone in terms of performance, style, and substance. However, technology is very rarely perfect, and just like every other smartphone available today, the Xperia Z3 is not without its flaws. To help you get the most out of your new phone, we’ve found the most common problems that users have faced with the the Sony Xperia Z3, and provide some possible solutions on how to fix them.
Disclaimer: Not every user of the Sony Xperia Z3 will face these issues, and it is quite likely that you won’t come across any of the problems listed below.

Problem #1 – Color shading on camera

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Some Xperia Z3 users have experienced a color shading problem when they attempt to take pictures. This often appears in the form of a pink, or reddish circle in the center of photographs.
Potential Solutions:
  • Restart the phone
  • Save any important data, then perform a software repair using the PC Companion for Windows, or Bridge for Mac.
  • Attempt to adjust the camera settings as this may make a difference
  • Try to avoid taking pictures in low-light conditions, as using the flash seems to make the problem worse.
  • A future software update may fix this issue.

Problem #2 – Unresponsive Touch Screen

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Users have complained that their touch screen suffers from response problems, especially when they are using the on-screen keyboard to send messages.
Potential Solutions:
  • Restart the phone. If you cannot access the restart facility through the touchscreen, use the power button and volume up key.
  • Use repair firmware to discover whether your issue is caused by a hardware or software problem.
  • Make sure that any screen protectors or cases you are using with the phone are not having an impact on the touchscreen, through air bubbles or compression.
  • Factory reset the phone to clear out any problems caused by unresponsive or fragmented data.

Problem #3 – Slow performance or lag

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Despite packing a powerful processor, users have commented that the phone is not optimized for playing games, watching videos, and dealing with other processor-intensive activities.
Potential Solutions:
  • Restart the phone by detaching the cover of the micro SIM slot and pressing the small yellow restart button until it shuts down.
  • Poor performance can be caused by third party applications. Check which apps are using the most memory on your phone and try selectively uninstalling them.
  • Attempt to perform a factory reset (see instructions on how to do so below).
  • Make sure that all applications, and the phone itself are constantly kept up to date.

Problem #4 – Phone charges too slowly

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Many users have complained that the Sony Xperia Z3 takes too long to charge back to its full capacity after use.
Potential Solutions:
  • Make sure the power outlet in question works by using it to charge another device.
  • Ensure that the charger and cable for the phone have been properly connected to the power source, and are not loose in any way.
  • Always be sure to use the cable that was given with your phone, as alternative cables can lead to slower charging, or problems with the battery.
  • Directly connect the phone to a computer or laptop via USB to ensure that the cable is not broken.
  • If the charger is the problem, request a replacement. If the charger is not an issue and the phone take longer than six hours to re-charge, you may need to speak to your retailer about a replacement.

Problem #5 – Issues with connection to Wi-Fi

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Users have complained that their Xperia Z3 struggles with picking up Wi-Fi signals and maintaining them.
Potential Solutions:
  • Go to the Wi-Fi settings and choose to “Forget” your preferred network. Then start the connection again from scratch, ensuring you have the right details.
  • Turn off the Xperia Z3 and the Wi-Fi router then wait for thirty seconds before turning them back on.
  • Make sure that all of the necessary router firmware is updated. This could require confirmation with your ISP.
  • Use the Wi-Fi Analyzer application to assess the level of activity on your channel. If it is abnormally high, most users benefit from switching to a less crowded alternative.
  • Disable Stamina mode through your Settings
  • Try booting into Safe Mode (instructions below)
  • Go to Settings – About Phone and uncover the MAC address for the Xperia Z3. Make sure that this address can be recognized by your router.

Problem #6 – Battery life drains too quickly

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Although the Xperia Z3 has a relatively large battery, certain users have complained that it drains too quickly.
Potential Solutions:
  • Try to avoid using battery-consuming games and applications too often.
  • Make sure that any applications that are not being used are switched off, such as GPS, or other programs that may run in the background without your notice.
  • Go into Settings and select Stamina Mode
  • Turn off vibration message alerts and reduce the brightness of the screen.
  • Use Settings – Battery to analyze which applications are using excess power, and remove the ones that you don’t need.

So there are some of the problems that users have been experiencing when using their Sony Xperia Z3. Leave a comment if you have been victim one of these issues and let us know if our solutions worked, or contact us if you’ve suffered from a problem we haven’t mentioned. We’ll do our best to keep this list updated with the latest problems and solutions.
SEE ALSO: Sony Xperia Z3 Review | Best Sony Xperia Z3 cases & accessories

Following are the guides for how to factory reset the Xperia Z3, and how to boot into safe mode.
Boot into safe mode:
  • Press and hold the Power Key until you see a list of options. These options should read: “Power off,” “Airplane mode,” and “Take Screenshot”
  • Hold the “Power off” option until you receive a window prompt asking whether you’d like to “Reboot to safe mode.”
  • Tap “OK”
  • You should see “Safe Mode” in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
Force reset:
  • Remove the cover for the micro SIM
  • Use a pen tip to hold the yellow restart button until the device turns off.
Factory Reset:
  • Backup any important data
  • Go to the Home Screen and tap the box made up of three by three dots.
  • Go to Settings – Backup and reset – Factory data reset
  • Check Erase internal storage
  • Select Reset phone
  • Confirm by tapping “Erase everything”


OPPO N1 Troubleshooting

This is the OPPO N1 Android smart phone.

Back cover replacement ¶ 

My phone went skydiving without a parachute

The back cover has been broken or damaged ¶ 

After dropping your phone the back cover may be damaged.
Use this guide to replace the back cover

Motherboard problems ¶ 

My phone went for a little dip in the pool

Water damage to phone ¶ 

The motherboard could be fried and may need to be replaced.
Use this guide to replace the motherboard.

Speaker and headphone cover replacement ¶ 

Music so loud the cover cracked

The plastic cover has been damaged by some physical force ¶ 

The plastic cover protecting the speaker and headphone area has been damaged.
Use this guide to replace the speaker and headphone cover.

Device will not turn on ¶ 

Is it napping?

The phone has turned off and it will not turn back on ¶ 

This is a common problem. For a hard reset follow these steps:
Connect phone to a charger for about one hour even if the screen is black to make sure the phone is charged.
After this time disconnect the phone from the charger and let the phone sit for about an hour.
Finally push and hold the power button until the phone turns back on.

Malfunctioning charging cable or connection ¶ 

Inspect the charging cable and the wall outlet for debris or dirt. Try different outlets and cords to determine if it is a problem with the phone, charger or outlet.

Obstructed/bad dock connector ¶ 

Inspect the micro USB dock in the bottom of the phone for dirt, debris, obstructions or obvious damage. Clean the dock connector with a toothpick, brush, or compressed air. If the dock connector is broken you will have to replace it with the correct part.

Malfunctioning screen ¶ 

It is possible that the phone is on but nothing is visible because the screen is broken. You may wish to replace the screen using our guide.

O-touch area does not respond to touch ¶ 

O-no my o-touch won't work

Hardware issues ¶ 

It may be possible to replace the O-Touch area or to have the phone replaced by the manufacturer.

Software causes ¶ 

Try updating to the latest version of the software you are using. Early versions of Cyanogenmod were known to have this issue.

Swivel camera does not work ¶ 

The swivel camera was my favorite part!

Software fixes ¶ 

Make sure the swivel camera is selected and that the phone has space on it to store photos.

Broken camera ¶ 

It may be possible to replace the camera.

Rear camera does not work ¶ 

Say cheese!

Software fixes ¶ 

Make sure the rear camera is selected and that the phone has space on it to store photos.

Broken rear camera ¶ 

It may be possible to replace the rear camera.

Rapidly losing charge ¶ 

I wish I could use my phone right now!

Battery is broken ¶ 

You could consider replacing the battery.
Use this guide to replace the battery.

Software issues ¶ 

You may reduce the rate your phone loses charge at by using different applications or using your current applications for shorter time periods. You might also find the battery life is extended by reducing the brightness setting or turning off services such as wi-fi and bluetooth.

Loose home and volume buttons ¶ 

"Is this supposed to wiggle?"

The home and volume buttons are not firmly in place and move around ¶ 

Check this guide for instructions on how to remove the back plate to get to the buttons.

Broken SIM card tray ¶ 

I hope this replacement is SIMple.

The SIM card tray will no longer hold the SIM card ¶ 

Use this guide to remove the SIM card tray and replace it.

Cracked screen ¶ 

Clear as dirt.

I can't see anything behind the screen ¶ 

You may want to replace the screen if you cannot have the phone replaced by Oppo. You can see our guide on replacing the screen.
Use this guide to replace it.

I can still see what's going on behind the screen ¶ 

It is up to you whether it is worthwhile or not to replace the screen.

Lenovo K900 heating problems? frequently ask

Lenovo K900 heating problems? frequently ask.  
 Anyone can help? leave a comment here.

K900 user here.

- Phone heats up when playing heavy 3D games (Asphalt 8)
- No heating when taking pics, browsing or playing music
- Speaker phone seems to be a bit on the soft side.

Phone clarity is fantastic when on the phone.

The only problem I would complain about is that there is a slight flickering when the brightness is low when watching videos.      

Sunday, May 17, 2015

Android Support and Overview of any versions

Android 4.0 ice cream sandwich Interface and Functional Analysis

Google has finally released the Android 4.0 Ice Cream SandwichFor those who want to know how to interface and Functional Analysis of the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwichfollowing interfaces and Functional Analysis :

The new interface is more cool and better than the previous Android version

Functional Analysis Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich):

- To Android 4.0, Google has developed a font “Roboto”
- Similar to magazine interface
- No hardware buttons: Back, Home and Menu keys into the software
- Made the Widget Tab, and Apps together.
- Now you can freely zoom Widget
- The icon will Apps Diego together, it will automatically make a folder
- In Recent Apps where you can directly use the swipe gesture to close the software
- Notification where you can swipe directly off of the do not want to see
- The new type of spell check
- Voice Input “Smiley face” smiling face will appear
- Face Unlock Unlock face recognition
- Browser where you can open up a tab 16
- Can force the server to the web version of required page table
- Sharing bookmarks and Chrome
- New design of Gmail allow you to see a preview of two lines
- Here there is a common Action Bar can do the work
- Enter the Email, it will automatically switch to adult name plus pictures of “Chips”
- Calendar where you can two-finger zoom, so crowded agenda more clearly
- Settings where there is a new feature “Data Usage”, allows you to track the use of data to see which App using up bandwidth, or set limits.
- ICS added a set of photo editing software, you can do some simple processing.
- The newly designed Galleries App.
- Combination of wide sweep-action film map
- 1080p video
- Continuous AF shooting, delay photography, photography Zoom
- People App where the information can be synchronized directly from the community updated on the website
- Voicemail can now speed up or slow down playback
- Android Beam is a new exchange of information with NFC software can exchange business cards, websites, maps, and even when running App allows direct access to another mobile phone that App’s Marketplace page. 

Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Ice Cream Sandwich Android is designed to either phone or tablet.

Android ICS offers a much improved from what already exists in Gingerbread andHoneycomb with at the same time providing new innovations.

Some of the upgrades include the ability of a better copy and paste, data logging andwarnings, and the ability to mengambilscreenshot by pressing the power and volumesimultaneously. Besides the keyboard and the dictionary also received improvements.

New innovations in the use of ICS include fony "Roboto."
in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich System Action Bar and Bar, the Android 4.0 IceCream Sandwich voice control that allows us to dictate what we want to type text. In addition Unlock Face is one thing that stands out in this new version of Android. There is also NFC-based Android app called Bump, which allows us to exchange information /data simply by touching our gadgets.

Android Version 3.0 (Honeycomb)

Android 3.0 Honeycomb is the current version is specifically optimized for a gadgetwith a screen width, in particularand the tabletsIn this version introduced a new UI designvirtual and holographic but also elegant with the interaction model focuses on content.

In this version of Google makes multitaskingnotificationsHome screen customization,widgetsand others have also become more interactivevibrantand provide a 3D experience but still familiar and also better than ever

The changes made ​​in this version include the System Bar (on the global status andnotifications), the Action Bar (on the application control)customizable Home screens,recent Apps (for multitasking easier)keyboard (in the redesign so that typing can be more quickly and accurately), text selection (copy and paste better), the new connectivityoptionsbrowser, camera and gallery, contacts, and email.

Overall it was intended to allow more leverage in the tablet. and indeed this version untilversion 4.0 was officially announced only circulated and used in tablets

Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread)

On December 6, 2010the Android version 2.3 (Gingerbread) was launched. Generalchanges obtained from the Android version include increased ability of the game(gaming), improved copy paste functionthe display interface (User Interfaceredesigned,support for video formats VP8 and WebMnew audio effects (reverb, equalization,headphone virtualizationand bass boost), support the ability of Near Field Communication (NFC), and support the number of cameras is more than one.

Android version 2.2 (Froyo: Frozen Yoghurt)

On May 20, 2010, the Android version 2.2 (Froyo) was launched. The changes are generally against the previous versions include support for Adobe Flash 10.1, speed and performance of applications 2 to 5 times faster, integration V8 JavaScript engine used byGoogle Chrome that speeds rendering capability in the browser, the installation of applications in the SD Card, WiFi capabilities portable hotspot, and the ability to auto update in the Android Market application.

Android version 2.0/2.1 (Eclair)

On December 3, 2009 re-launched Android phone with version 2.0/2.1 (Eclair)changes were made to the hardware optimization, improved Google Maps 3.1.2change the UIwith a new browser and support for HTML5the new list of contacts, support flash for the camera 3 , 2 MPdigital zoomand Bluetooth 2.1.

To move quickly in the competitive next-generation devicesGoogle held a competitionto invest with the best mobile applications (killer apps - applications seeding)This competition with prizes $ 25,000 for each selected application developersThe competition was held during the two stages of each step of the selected 50 best applications.

Android OS version 1.6 (Donut)

Android Donut (version 1.6) was released in September by displaying the search process better than beforethe use of a battery indicator and control applet VPNAnother feature is the gallery that allows users to select photos to be removed; cameras,camcorders and interface the galleryCDMA / EVDO802.1xVPNGesturesand Text-to-speech engine; ability to dial a contacttechnological change text to speech (notavailable on all phonesprocurement VWGA resolution.

Android OS version 1.5 (Cupcake)

In mid-May 2009, Google released a mobile phone using Android and the SDK (SoftwareDevelopment Kitwith version 1.5 (Cupcake). There are several updates including the addition of several features in this mobile version: the ability to record and watch videoswith the camera modeupload to Youtube videos and pictures to Picasa directly from the phoneA2DP Bluetooth support, the ability to automatically connect to a Bluetoothheadsetanimated scenes, and on-screen keyboard that can be tailored to the system.

Android OS Version 1.1

On March 9, 2009Google released the Android version 1.1Android version is equipped with an aesthetic update to the application, alarm clock, voice search (voicesearch), sending messages with Gmailand email notifications.

There are a few API's changes available for development including:
  • Adds annotations for test systems, no actual (non-test) API changes.
  • Adds a method to allow a process to easily determine its UID.
  • Adds support for marquee in layouts.
  • Adds new methods for determining padding in views. Useful if you are writing your own subclasses of View.
  • Adds new permissions that allow an application to broadcast an SMS or WAP Push message.
  • API cleanup: removes protected constructor from SDK-bound system images.

Android Operating System

At the inaugural release of Android5 November 2007with the Open Handset AllianceAndroid states support the development of open standards on mobile devicesOn the other hand, Google released the Android code under the Apache licensea license is open standard software and mobile devices.

In this world there are two types of distributors operating system Android. The first fully supported by Google or Google Mail Services (GMS) and the second is a completely free distribution without the direct support Google's otherwise known as the OpenHandset Distribution (OHD).

Wednesday, May 6, 2015


ginawa ko itong thread para ituro kung paano nyo iroot ang cloudfone excite 320e . pero bago natin simulan ang tut dapat 100% sure po kayo sa gagawin nyong jailbreaking.
mga kakailanganin na aplikasyon para sa pag root:
1. Poot.apk
2. Ministro II.apk -Need to be download to the google store or other online store.

download poot, install it let itdownload and install ministro,start poot,it will then start ministroMinistro will create somelibraries,thats ok.Poot will then start, make sure topress the poot button and then itwill give you some codeAt the end of the code somewhere inthere it should say sucessfully foundand wrote the built in rootcheck to see ifyou are rootedrestart the phone go to the playstoreand download Superuser and root checker.and open the superuser and exit open root checker youll get a pop up box from superuser permissions allowed and receive amessage saying superuser grantedand congratulation you have root access from root checker.You are now rooted!
let me know if it works sa inyo please 

mirror: for poot.apk & ministroII.apk

You can see links before reply

You can see links before reply

sensya naka android at ucweb 8.2 mini lang.

by the way need mo ang ministro II.apk yan ay kailangan ni poot.apk tapos you need to install libraries mismo sa android mo pag tapos mainstall ung hinihingi na libraries may second libraries na need mo install click yes pag natapos
mo yun press the poot button sunod
press the built in rootcheck. ganun
lang.after mo mainstall ung 2 big libraries makikita mo ung menu ng poot click poot button tapos ung built in root check click mo mag oopen yun then dl & install superuser open mo swipe mo pa kanan sa info check update su binary at ota survival reboot.

additional info ito. :thumbsup:

list of apps na for rooted na naka install sa cloudfone excite320e:

2.Ministro II.apk
*libraries -need by this poot and ministro
*libraries-need by poot
4.root checker free.apk
7.supersu pro.apk
8.screenshot ultimate.apk
10.system control pro.apk



Your only choice is to factory reset your Cloudfone 350g. 
This will wipe all your data in your internal memory but the external sd card remains the same. In addition, I recommend that your phone must have at least 50% battery power before proceeding on these simple steps.

1. Turn off your Cloudfone 350g.

2. Press and hold `Volume Down` button and the `Power` button at the same time. A menu will appear on your screen wherein you can restore your Cloudfone to its factory settings.

3. Navigate through the menu using the `Volume` buttons and select `Wipe data` by pressing the `Power` button. A new menu will be presented. 

4. Select `Yes` using again, the `Volume` and the `Power` button. 

5. Your device will then reboot and notice that your Cloudfone has now restored its system to its fresh default state. It is recommended to have your Google account registered on your phone for you to be able to recover your account and passwords. Make sure that you remember your email address and its own password. A way to remember it is by using the email for your online needs.

Read more: Cloudfone excite 350g- how to hard reset? - My password i forgot and now i have to find a way to restore it :: 

Catch some quality Z’s this weekend with your #AndroidWear. The Sleep as Android app helps you fall asleep, stay asleep and wake up at the optimal time #WeekendWear

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