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Now I can teach you how to root your HTC Desire 606w, but before you do something, there is a need to do before you start rooting your HTC Desire 606w, such as the backup of your files, having a backup files is a great option to keep your important files. To do that, we must first take account ay HTCDEV to be unlocked Bootloader for you to use the custom recovery. Then Install the custom recovery you can find it here.
  1. Download the fully CWM Recovery 6.0.3.1 touch version - recovery.img( Noted: Place the aromafm.zip in clockworkmod folder on sd card the purpose is if you want Aroma recovery filemanager.)
  2. Shut Down your phone and remove the phone battery.
  3. Insert the battery to your phone and then hold the volume button "-" + Power button on and wait until you see the menu.
  4. In the menu that appears, select the volume keys and confirm the selection by pressing the switch, FASBOOT.
  5. Connect your phone cable to your computer and install the driver needed before the progress start, download the HTC Sync , when you install the latest drivers are put.
  6. Then download the ADB software and extract it to a folder d :/ android.
  7. Next go to the command prompt "cmd" (in Administrator mode) and in the dialog box  that appears enter the following code in order. d:
    d:
    cd d :/ android
    fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
  8. Wait until it finish the process, should all be error free.
  9. Select the volume keys point POWER DOWN and confirm the selection by pressing the power button.
  10. Remove the battery and insert ee in place.
  11. Hold the volume button "-" + the Power button on and wait until you see the menu.
  12. Choose the item and confirm selection by choosing or selecting the RECOVERY power button.
  13. And done..
The phone still needs SuperCID and S-OFF to be fully NAND unlocked, SuperCID can be downloaded here. Until we do this, the ROM can only be permanently modified via recovery configuration.

Guide in rooting the HTC Desire 606w

By Jury Gregorio → Friday, March 14, 2014
The Galaxy series of Samsung smartphone, Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the latest and it has many characteristic where you can enjoy, so if you have this smart phone, letting you do this you can be Jailbreak, Flash and Rooting your Galaxy Note 3 Running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean mobile OS.

Just follow the instruction so that it is well able to jailbreak your Samsung Galaxy Note 3. Here are those requirements needed before you proceed.

Things needed before rooting your Samsung Note 3.

Download here for your CF-Auto-Root Package Files for Galaxy Note 3
Download here Odin3 Software Application
Download here Samsung Android USB Drivers for Galaxy Note 3

If you download all things needed to root your phone you can now proceed on the next step, but before that make sure to get full backup of your device in case you missed something and wants to restore back.



Follow these steps on how to Flash and Root Galaxy Note 3 Running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean?

  1. If you already download the requirement needed, find the downloaded file on your folder, extract it and save to your computer or laptop.
  2. Next is changing to Download mode of your Samsung Galaxy Note 3, to do this just press and holding Volume Down and Home keys whilst powering on the phone.
  3. If you are done doing the second steps, what you gonna do next is Install the Odin3 Software and if you installed it already, run Odin3 on your PC/Laptop and then connect your Samsung Note 3 using a usb cable. You must have to wait until Odin detect your device.
  4. Click on PDA and select the extracted .tar.md5 file for your Samsung Galaxy Note 3. And make sure Repartition is unchecked, and Auto-Reboot is checked. 
  5. And the last one is click the Start button and wait for Odin3 to finish flashing the PDA. Then your Samsung Note 3 will reboot as the process completes. And you're done, you successfully rooted your Samsung Note 3.

Guide on rooting and flashing your Samsung Galaxy Note 3

By Jury Gregorio → Monday, March 3, 2014
Turn Your Laptop Into a Wifi Hotspot using a third application.

First thing that  you do if you find yourself with access to only a wired internet connection, but need to get devices online wirelessly? Virtual Router Plus  is a free, open source software based router for PCs running Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2012. Using Virtual Router Plus, users can wirelessly share any internet connection (Wifi, LAN, Cable Modem, Dial-up, Cellular, etc.) with any Wifi device (Laptop, Smart Phone, iPod Touch, iPhone, Android Phone, Zune, Netbook, wireless printer, etc.) These devices connect to Virtual Router just like any other access point, and the connection is completely secured using WPA2 (the most secure wireless encryption.)

The first thing what you gonna do is download a free copy of  Virtual RouterPlus

You’ll be transported to the CodePlex website and the download will start automatically. There’s no need for installation, but as the program is provided in zip format you will need to extract it.

When you’ve done this, make sure that you are connected to the network connection you would like to be able to share and then launch the application by double clicking the VirtualRouterPlus.exe file.

Create a network

When you choose to share your connection using Virtual Router Plus you are essentially creating a new network. Just as with any other network it need to be assigned a name to make it easy to identify – just enter something appropriate in the SSID field.


To prevent other people from using your network without permission, password protection should be implemented.




The final thing you need to do is indicate which network connection should be shared. In most cases this will be the wired LAN connection. Make your selection and click Start Virtual Router Plus.


Connecting to the network is no different to connecting to any other. Whether you are using a Mac, PC, or a mobile device, simply perform a scan for available networks, select the one you have created and enter the password.



Turn Your Laptop Into a Wifi Hotspot using a third application.

By Jury Gregorio → Monday, July 15, 2013

The Samsung Galaxy S4 has cool gesture-activated features that let you perform key functions with the wave of hand. The Motion settings menu lets you control your mobile device's motion features. 

These are gestures that allow you to control actions on your device by moving or touching the device in a specific fashion like you can make a call by simply placing the phone next to your ear, lift up your phone to check missed calls and silence a ringer by placing the phone flat on its screen.

On this article i giving you some turotial on how to active the smart gestures on your Samsung S4. Just follow the screen shot.


  1. On the top Swipe it down  of the screen to open the Notifications drawer and you will find Setting icon tap it.
  2.  After you did the first step Tap the My Device tab at the top of the screen and scroll down to select the Motions And Gestures tab.
  3. Then Select the the Motion tab and switch the slider at the top of the screen from Off to On.
  4. Now the last thing that you have to do, Switch on the features you want to activate and press the Home button to exit.


 After you activated your Smart Gestures below are some tutorials on how to use the cool motion of your Samsung Galaxy S4.
Direct call: When viewing a contact or call details from the log of your phone, just place your phone to your ear to initiate a call to the contact or phone number.

Smart alert: When you pick up smartphone, you will be notified if you have any missed calls or messages from other users.

Tilt to zoom: To use the tilt zooming on your device simplify touch and hold two points on the screen when viewing a picture or a website, and tilt your device back and forth to zoom in or out.   

Pan to browse images: When you are currently viewing a picture while zoomed in, touch a point on the screen and move your device up, down, left, or right to pan around the image.   

Turn over to mute/pause: If you want to Mute or Pause your FM radio or media playback, by turning the device over will mute incoming calls, media playback, or the FM radio.

Active your Samsung S4 Smart Gestures

By Jury Gregorio → Saturday, May 4, 2013

Smart Stay function is one of the standout features of the Galaxy S III ,it  kept the display from timing out when you were reading an article by monitoring your eyes.

On Samsung Galaxy S4 there is a feature that are being controlled by your head and this is Smart Scroll.
Hot to use Smart Scroll on S4 open any Web page or email message and look down to scroll up on the page. To scroll down, look up. Of course before doing that you must enable it first.

Smart Scroll, as its name implies, allows you to scroll up or down a Web page by simply moving your head (or the phone) up and down. To enable this function follow this tutorial:

1.Open the Settings menu and under settings menu select My Device tab at the top of the screen. (Screen Shoot Below)

My Device Menu
2. After my Device menu Tap the Smart Screen tab.
Smart Screen
3. Here is the the last Switch the slider next to Smart Scroll from the Off to On position.

    Smart Scroll

    Guide on how to use Smart Scroll on Samsung S4

    By Jury Gregorio → Thursday, April 25, 2013
    Hangouts, one of the unique perks of Google’s Plus social network, lets you talk face-to-face with up to nine other callers,. It’s dead simple to use, especially if you’re using a Chromebook. For now im giving you some idea on how to launch the Google app what we called is Google Hangout. Here it is.

    1. First Launch Google Hangout from the app menu.
    2. After you luanch your google hangout your webcam turns on automatically. A pop-up menu displays a thumbnail view of your own video at the bottom of the screen.( as a screenshot shown below)
    1.Google Hangout
    2. Google Hangout
    3. After that assign the Hangout a name, This name will appear in the invite that your Hangout partners receive.
    3.Google Hangout
    4.Add friends either by typing their names in the top search box or selecting their profile pictures in the panel to the right. 4.A Just make it sure that you check the box that says “Enable Hangouts on Air” if you’d like your Hangout to be broadcast live and recorded as a YouTube video.
    4.Google Hangout
    4.A Google Hangout

    How to launch Google Hangout Apps.

    By Jury Gregorio → Wednesday, April 24, 2013

    Unlocking your Wildfire S
    This tutorial is for rooting the HTC Wildfire S by unlocking the phone’s bootloader even with S-ON. It is no longer necessary to gain S-OFF in order to root the Wildfire S! Read it carefully before perform some task.

    Before you doing something you must download this first: Download HTC Sync

    After you download the HTC Sync you only need to install HTC Sync for the drivers that come with it. But the program sometimes causes conflicts, so during this procedure, make sure it is not running. Open Task Manager in Windows and kill it. If you don’t use HTC Sync, you may also open Control Panel and uninstall it without uninstalling the drivers. Then connect your usb cable from your phone to your computer. Just make sure the phone is connected in Charge only mode and Enable USB debugging by going to Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging.

    After doing the first task follow this instruction:
    1. First thing is you must perform a full backup from your phone before resiting your phone to factory setting.
    2. This is only optional. You can update your phone or not. But we recommended to update it first before performing the second task, you must update your phone to  software version to 2.3.5.
    3. At http://htcdev.com/ you must unlock your boot loader.
    NOTE:
    • 1. Boot the phone into HBOOT (turn it off, pull and reinsert the battery, hold volume down and press power button).
    • 2. If you see ***LOCKED*** at the top of the screen, your bootloader is already the unlockable type and updating is unnecessary. (Lucky you!) Proceed to step 3A, skip 3B and finish with 3C.
    • 3. If you see ***UNLOCKED *** at the top of the screen, your bootloader is already updated and unlocked. (Really lucky you!) You can skip step 3 altogether and proceed to root the phone at step 4.
    • 4. If you see neither of the above at the top of the screen, then you must perform all of steps 3A - 3C before rooting the phone. 
    Now here are the steps on how getting started on htcdev.

    Create an account at htcdev.com and login. Click the "Unlock Bootloader" icon and "Get Started" button.

    On the right side of the next page you will see Supported Devices and a dropdown list that says ------- Select Your Device ------- below it. If your bootloader already says ***_LOCKED_*** then choose All Other Supported Models since you do not need to update your bootloader. Otherwise choose HTC Wildfire S *. The asterisk (*) means that your phone requires a bootloader update (step 3B below).

    Finally, click the "Begin Unlock Bootloader" button. Fill out all the nasty forms telling HTC that it’s perfectly fine with you to potentially void your warranty by doing this process.

    If your phone's bootloader already shows ***UNLOCKED *** and you selected All Other Supported Models then proceed to step 3C below. Otherwise continue at Updating your bootloader.

    Updating your Boot loader




    Read the "Bootloader instructions" page carefully. Then choose the correct RUU for your phone’s carrier and model number (ie, PG76xxx00). The model number for your phone is found under the battery minus the final two 0s. If you’ve successfully upgraded to the European 2.3.5 RUU in step 1 above, the corresponding bootloader update (HTC EU) should work for your phone. It’s the one I used for my Asia A510e/PG76100. Re-read the instructions and then follow them.

    When you run the RUU, make sure that HTC Sync isn’t running in the background or you’ll get error 170 USB connection and the update will fail.

    Once the bootloader is successfully updated, when you boot your phone into HBOOT (turn it off, pull and reinsert the battery, hold volume down and press power button) you’ll see ***_LOCKED_(OOW)_*** ("Out Of Warranty"?) at the top of the screen and and H-BOOT-1.08.0099 or H-BOOT-1.10.0000 below. Move on to 3C below. But, if you run into problems...

    If you can’t find an RUU for your phone/carrier, try a generic RUU for a phone of the same model. These will start with "HTC" instead of a carrier name. Again,make sure that it’s for the same model (ie, PG76xxxx) as your phone. If you ignore what I just said and brick your phone, then you probably aren’t reading this sentence either but it’s still your own fault

    How to manually flash the update if you get errors trying to update with the RUU...exe:
    First, verify that HTC Sync isn’t running in the background. If not and you’re still getting errors (ie, 131-wrong CID, 170/171-USB error, 191-ROM Not Supported) chances are you can overcome them by flashing the ROM from your MicroSDHC card using this procedure.

    1) Run the RUU...exe again. (For A510e users, download the HTC Asia RUU and run it instead of the HTC EU RUU. Thanks for the tip, fyerwyer!) Once the wizard is running, look for the temp folder it created. It will look something like C:/Users/[YourLoginNameHere]/AppData/Local/Temp/{82B23FCD-D5D0-45CA-A3A2-5350D3926551}. To get there quickly, open Explorer and type %temp% in the navigation bar, then open the folder with the long file name.
    2) Find rom_02.zip in a subfolder of that folder and rename it PG76IMG.zip
    3) Copy PG76IMG.zip onto the root directory of your MicroSDHC card
    4) Shutdown the phone, pull and reinsert the battery and reinstall the MicroSDHC card
    5) Boot into HBOOT (hold volume down and press power)
    6) Wait for it to load PG76IMG.zip and press volume up ("yes") to install
    7) Shut the phone down and delete PG76IMG.zip from the MicroSDHC card
    8) Boot into HBOOT again and you should see ***_LOCKED_(OOW)_*** with a bootloader version of H-BOOT-1.08.0099 or H-BOOT-1.10.0000 below.

    Unlock the boot loader


    Now you’ll follow the steps starting on pg. 2 of the unlock bootloader procedure at htcdev.com. (Find the green button waaaay down at the bottom of the ROM selection page that says "Proceed to Step 1".)

    This step requires you to use adb commands (SDK tools) to retrieve your phone’s oem identifier token. You will then upload that to the HTC dev bootloader unlock page. Make sure that you enter it without any spaces. After receiving it, HTC dev will respond with an email containing an image file ("Unlock_code.bin") which you will then flash to the phone to unlock your bootloader. When done successfully, the HBOOT screen will show ***_UNLOCKED_***. Success!

    Unlocking your Wildfire S Boot Loader

    By Jury Gregorio → Saturday, April 20, 2013

    A hands-on Facebook
    Use your fingertips to scroll through your News Feed. Give the screen a swipe to page through albums. Pinch a picture to zoom in. Whatever you're up to, using Facebook on your iPad just feels fun.

    Bigger, better photos
    Photos really shine on the iPad. They're bigger and easy to flip through, like a real photo album. It's like having a slideshow with all your friends and memories, wherever you go.
    Facebook Apps
    Courtesy: Facebook

    Navigate anywhere, fast
    Your games, apps, groups and lists are in the left-hand menu, so you don't have to dig around to find the stuff you use most. And your messages and notifications are at the top of every screen, so you can respond to friends and keep up with important updates—without losing your place.
    Use the left-hand navigation to get around
    Get notifications and messages at the top of every screen


    Chat, games and other features
    The app comes with a bunch of other new features: You can chat with friends right from your iPad, for example, or play games and use apps in full-screen mode. You can also watch high-res videos inline, record HD video and stream to Airplay devices.


    Get the App
    Facebook for iPad is now available in the App Store.

    We've also made several improvements to the iPhone app and m.facebook.com. With your next update, you'll see a simplified navigation, faster search and access to more games and apps.

    We hope you like Facebook for iPad!
    Courtesy/Credit : Leon Dubinsky/Facebook



    Facebook Application for iPad User

    By Jury Gregorio → Friday, April 19, 2013
    There’s a lot to Wi-Fi parameters, settings and such that can cause problem for you to connect or get Internet access via your Wi-Fi connection. Here are a couple of things worth checking if you're having troubles with your Wi-Fi connection.
    Mobile Wifi

    First of all begin with reboot both your phone and router. If your connection problem still remains make sure that both phone and router is running on the latest version of the firmware.If you dont know how to update your router firmware, i suggest that you must contact your router manufacturer.

    If you still having connection problems. You must check these router settings from your smartphones
    • Network mode/ speed: Try setting this to auto or mixed mode instead of b,g or n.
    • SSID and password: Make sure that none of these contains any special or extended characters.
    • DHCP: Should be turned on. You could also try setting a static IP if you're having troubles getting Internet access via your Wi-Fi connection.
    • Mac-Filter: Should be turned off, or make sure that your phone is set as allowed.
    • Channel: Try using another channel, preferable 11 or lower. Note that due to legal reasons channel 12,13 and 14 is not available in all countries. If you're using the phone without a SIM-card or you don't have any network reception channels 12-14 is also disabled and 5GHz is not available.

    With application Wifi Analyzer you can check what channel that would be best for you to use. And shows the Wi-Fi channels around you. Helps you to find a less crowded channel for your wireless router.

    Download: Wifi Analyzer

    Internet: Now if you are already connected but you are unable to access internet, you must test if the connection works by opening the routers settings page from the phones browser. This is usually done by entering the IP-address to the router (http://192.168.0.1,http://192.168.1.1 or similar). If you can access this page the connection between the phone and router works and you will need to check the internet settings in the router.

    If you feel insecure on how to change the parameters above check your router support documents or contact your router manufacturer.

    If none of the tips above would help, you should try to connect to another network to see if it works.

    Problems in connecting your phone thru Wifi?Solve it.

    By Jury Gregorio → Thursday, April 18, 2013