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How To Get Free Cell Phone Service for life-How to Video-1

Wednesday, September 30th, 2015

Uploaded on Jun 2, 2011

This is how you you disable the filter on your cell phone (specifically LG ENV3. Once you disable the filter you will have unlimited free cell phone service. It takes about 10-20 minutes the first time you do it. The only warning I give is that you probably will void the warranty by doing this.

This method can be adapted to most phones. Smart phones do become a little trickier and I will probably post another video on how to do them. Don’t let the cell phone companies take all your money on monthly plans.

Tools: 2 screwdrivers (2.0 mm Flat Head, 2.0 mm Phillips) 1 penny (pre 1960) or any piece of copper 1 bobby pin 1 flashlight (optional) Motivation (Free cell phone service!)

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THE BEST SMART PHONES FOR 2015 VIDEO SHOWS

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

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IRIS ID SMART PHONE RELEASED IN JAPAN

Tuesday, May 26th, 2015
Published on 22 May 2015

Smartphone users in Japan can unlock their phones with the blink of an eye, as the country’s biggest mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo launches the world’s first iris recognition smartphone

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This is what an iPhone 6 Plus in liquid n2o nitrogen looks like in this video

Wednesday, September 24th, 2014

The short answer is that it doesn’t actually look as bad as you might think. For all of the advantages of an iPhone, one drawback is they generally have to be handled fairly daintily. Apparently, that’s not how RatedRR thinks it should be. He’s made a few different “torture tests” for technology videos, but this time he took on Apple’s newest baby, the iPhone 6 Plus. His tests usually involving smashing, shooting, stomping, or otherwise putting technology through very intense paces, but in this video, creator Ryan Richards decided to use liquid nitrogen to separate the phones from the fails.

This is actually a two-part technological torture test. First, the iPhone 6 Plus is submerged in liquid nitrogen for a few seconds. The absolutely insane thing is that when it’s retrieved, it actually functions for a few seconds. It stops working pretty quickly, but the fact that it doesn’t stop working instantly one it’s in the bucket speaks to some heavy duty design. This is despite the fact that the liquid nitrogen is literally bubbling inside the phone.

The second part of the test is when Ryan takes a sledge hammer to the poor thing. The slow motion on this is pretty incredible. But what’s even more impressive is that a lot of the components survive the hit. Obviously the screen is shattered to oblivion, but the SIM card, the A8 chip, and the insert with the famous Apple logo on the back of the phone is still together. Plus, you can see the metal back is still functioning as well.

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Henry Sapiecha

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Organic power: Nokia charges Lumia 930 with 800 potatoes and apples Video shows how to do it.

Saturday, July 26th, 2014

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Nokia recently showed off an interesting new way to charge a smartphone, though we don’t imagine it’ll be commercializing the method anytime soon.

Part science experiment, part art installation, and (large) part publicity stunt, the Microsoft-owned mobile firm recently teamed up with multimedia artist Caleb Charland to create an organic charging wall comprising 800 potatoes and apples, among other bits and pieces.

While creating an electrical current from edible items has long been the stuff of science class experiments, Charland’s project took the experiment to the extreme, enabling him to charge a Lumia 930 smartphone in the process.

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The installation, which was set up on a busy shopping street in London over the weekend, also used copper wire and galvanized nails to help create the necessary electrical current, which was then fed through to the Lumia handset to bring it back to life.

In case you’ve forgotten the details of your primary-school science class, Nokia’s Rhea Fri explains:“Voltaic batteries are composed of two metals that are connected and suspended in an acidic solution. In Caleb’s installation, the metals were copper and zinc (from the galvanized nails).

“They comprised the positive and negative electrodes – the parts of a battery where electrical current enters and leaves. Meanwhile, the acid from the fruit and vegetables (phosphoric from the potatoes and ascorbic from the apples) provided an electrically conductive solution.”

Charland’s hand-built wall-based circuit of apples, potatoes and metal created an electrical current equating to an average of 20mA and 6 volts, Fri said.

Commenting on his installation, the Maine-born artist said, “This work speaks to a common curiosity we all have for how the world works, as well as a global concern for the future of Earth’s energy sources.”

But possibly the best thing about Charland’s battery is that you can eat it once your device reaches full power. Just remember to take the nails out first.

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Henry Sapiecha

THIS IS HOW EASY IT IS TO HACK INTO A SMART PHONE

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

VIDEO SHOWS HOW EASY IT IS TO HACK INTO A MOBILE SMART PHONE

 

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HOW TO KNOW WHEN YOUR PHONE IS TAPPED INTO IS SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

DETAILS OF INDICATORS TO KNOW WHEN YOUR PHONE IS BEING ACCESSED

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Henry Sapiecha

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CALL WHO YOU LIKE WHENEVER YOU LIKE FOR FREE AS SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

THIS VIDEO SHOWS HOW TO MAKE FREE PHONE CALLS WHENEVER YOU LIKE

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Henry Sapiecha

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MAKE FREE PHONE CALLS VIA THE METHOD SHOWN IN THIS DETAILED VIDEO

Tuesday, August 27th, 2013

 FREE PHONE CALLS SHOWN HOW TO DO IT IN THIS VIDEO

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Henry Sapiecha

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CHECK OUT THIS HUMOUROUS VIDEO ON THE LATEST MICROSOFT I-PHONE

Sunday, April 7th, 2013

The zunePhone

Apple made and incredible splash with their iPhone this year.  But we all knew Microsoft couldn’t sit idle while Apple was starting to gain share in the cell phone market.   This is an early prototype with Microsoft pushing their Zune brand to come up with their own phone called the “zunePhone”.

WATCH THIS FUNNY MICROSOFT I-PHONE VIDEO BELOW

http://www.maniacworld.com/zunephone.html

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