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  1. I have a Nexus 7 2013 tablet and require a sim for 3g data and if possible, SMS. I understand that the Nexus 7 does not do voice calls. What is the best 3g data sim for Ambernath?
  2. Hey guys, looking for a smartphone with dual sim, cdma + gsm android, budget is under 20k. currently using htc desire xc dual sim t329d. connectivity wise, i need 1x only for cdma (EVDO not compulsion but if present will do good) 3g for GSM (must). Presently my htc is evdo + 2g. dere are many phones with similar config, i.e evdo + 2g but not 1x/evdo + 3g. looked for sharp sch630e. but have some credibility issues regarding after sales. suggest couple of hand sets please.
  3. Original XDA Thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2303074 The first method is hard but doable if you know how to use adb pull and adb push. Second method is easier for all, flashable zips. FLASHABLES MDL http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=2083421&d=1372685125 MF9 http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=2106889&d=1373482061
  4. This guide will eliminate the process of HI-APN or any other APN backup apps, strings or scripts. Download the attachment apns-conf.xml on your desktop. This method works from 4.0.4 LF2 to MB1 4.1.2. Phone has to be rooted and bootloader unlocked. Install Root explorer.apk on the phone and place the file apns-conf.xml in system>etc folder. SU will grant permissions. This file contains APNs of the entire GSM networks worldwide, got it from Google code. 2G/3G will work as usual. This mod works on any custom ROM. 4.1.2 and rooting guide:- http://theunlockr.com/2013/04/02/how-to-root-the-verizon-samsung-galaxy-s-iii-running-android-4-1-2/ apns-conf.xml
  5. After a downtime of 6+ months of 3G connection issues in BSNL Gujarat circle, it has been finally made up. I remember last time using it in last week of December 2012 and would get successfully connected only after midnight. Customer service declared it to be a server overload problem, which was being rectified. On 18/02/2013, I got an sms from BSNL: "Dear Customer, BSNL has further upgraded the network. Enjoy internet surfing on 3G". Now I am getting 2.5 Mbps plus on my Galaxy Tab 2.
  6. Samsung Galaxy S III SCH-I939D has the following specifications - 4.8 inches HD Super AMOLED display 1.4 Ghz Samsung Exynos 4412 quad core phone 1 Gb RAM Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS 8 mega pixel camera rear side 1.9 mega pixel front facing camera Dual SIM GSM + CDMA connectivity untitled.bmp
  7. HTC Desire C (Golf) hands on

    While browsing a galaxy of new smartphones launched in India, set off to purchase a smartphone which is manufactured in Q2 2012, so as a new phone will last well atleast for its first year. Ordered it on flipkart.com for Rs 12,300 inclusive of 8GB micro-SD card. The next day when I checked the purchase summary, it stated delivery after 9 days and so cancelled the order. Got a seal packed piece from Indraprasht shopping centre, Borivali, Mumbai for Rs 10,000 excluding the memory card with 1 year HTC warranty. Initial hands-on:- A light press on power and it boots on, boot time is quite less. Device takes quite a minimal time to settle down. The 4.0.3-Sense 4A interface is identical to the HTC One series. The back cover is rubber coated to prevent slip-off. It fits well in an average sized palm. Google sync went through well though some users claim HTC Golf has sync issues. It supports social site syncing as well. In-call:- Call quality showed a little more bass but it was reasonably clear both ways. HTC dialpad was easy to use, searching contacts was good too. The phone does not lag herein. Sad part here is, when in call, the proximity sensor does not sense the call, instead the screen goes off as soon as the call gets connected and then one has to press the power button repeatedly to switch on the screen till you hang up. It seems the phone has the proximity sensor bug which is not adjustable/repairable at this moment. Network connectivity:- Phone works well in WCDMA preferred mode. Auto switching between 3G and 2G bands work properly. 3G data can download any file from anywhere without compromising on battery or overall OS stability. Social Networks:- Facebook initialization, log-in and usage showed no lags of using a 600 MHz processor, Tapatalk, Forum Runner and Whatsapp worked flawlessly in this so called low powered device. Inspite of all the power hungry apps running in background, the back panel did not warm up. Touch was as responsive as it was designed. Screen:- With a 3.5 inch HVGA screen, images did not look cheap, videos did not shudder at any time. The bottom padding and key size of HTC ime is not adjustable so in some websites/ form fills it can be a little hectic to space out the type margin while using the HTC ime. Auto brightness works well and this phone's lowest brightness level is lower than most phones. Chrome does have visual niggles on this phone as in others. Camera:- No autofocus and no flash but still the image quality is not that cheap. HTC Sense 4 UI camera fits well with this phone's hardware aperture. Low light imagery is not good though. Camera can click fast and review time in gallery is fast. Battery:- Cannot expect a week long battey life just because the hardware is limited and screen size is smaller. Battery lasts for about 4 hours talktime on WCDMA and 5 hours on GSM. 3G data does take up the jiuce fast but slightly better than faster devices. Battery never heated up at any point of time. Music time lasted very well. OS-UI:- HTC's Sense UI 4A on 4.0.3 ICS on a low powered entry level device. The performance of this combination did not let down HTC's reputation. But this is surely not a gamepad. Games do not work well on this phone. Overall:- A better entry phone with a workable and tweakable OS. Future ROM developement can improve phone operations drastically. At 98 gms it is worthwhile for those using for heavy duty calling. Music quality with Beats Audio is fine. Hint:- Do not unlock bootloader and root your phone, custom roms (fewer) are unstable and not daily drivers. Reverting back to stock RUU is not possible because of non-availability of stock boot.img, Bootloader re-locked will continue to show warnings, CID errrors and more. Specifications General 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100 Body Dimensions 107.2 x 60.6 x 12.3 mm Weight 100 g Touch-sensitive controls Display Type Capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors Size 320 x 480 pixels, 3.5 inches (~165 ppi pixel density) Multitouch Yes HTC Sense UI v4.0 Sound Alert types Vibration, MP3, WAV ringtones Loudspeaker Yes 3.5mm jack Yes Beats Audio sound enhancement Memory Card slot microSD, up to 32 GB Internal 4 GB storage, 512 MB RAM Data GPRS Yes EDGE Yes Speed HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps; HSUPA WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, Wi-Fi hotspot Bluetooth Yes, v4.0 with A2DP NFC Optional USB Yes, microUSB v2.0 Camera Primary 5 MP, 2592 x 1944 pixels, autofocus Features Geo-tagging Video Yes Secondary No Features OS Android OS, v4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU 600 MHz Sensors Accelerometer, proximity Messaging SMS (threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email Browser HTML, Adobe Flash Radio TBD GPS Yes, with A-GPS support Java Yes, via Java MIDP emulator Colors Polar White, Stealth Black, Flamenco Red SNS integration MP4/H.263/H.264/WMV player MP3/eAAC+/WMA/WAV player Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Calendar, Google Talk Organizer Document viewer Voice memo/dial Predictive text input Battery Standard battery, Li-Ion 1230 mAh This is a personal review and does not represent the product as a whole nor is a matter of generalization.
  8. [3G][GSM]: Faster Cellular Data Speed

    This development done by a dev bahathir @ XDA is awesome. My d/l speed just doubled by doing this. Following is the development posted on XDA. Disclaimer: 1) This is for developers and advanced users who know what to do. 2) Do it at your own risk. I am not responsible to any problem due to this modification/hacking. 3) I am not showing how to change/edit the file. 3 days ago, I did a change in /system/etc/ppp/peers/pppd-ril.options. This is the orignal content of the file. Code: nodetach debug noauth defaultroute usepeerdns connect-delay 1000 # Don't remove the user/password lines. They are required to make PPPD authenticate itself with # the BP when doing Simple IP (SIP). The BP will replace the user/password strings with the correct # values when authenticating to the network-side PPP peer. user NotUsed@nobody.com password NotUsed crtscts lcp-echo-failure 0 lcp-echo-interval 0 ipcp-max-configure 30 ipcp-max-failure 30 ipcp-max-terminate 10 novj linkname ril Just by commenting or remove line 18, Code: # novj we may able to get better 3G network speed. The change may enable the Van Jacobson style TCP/IP header compression. Your cellular network may or may not support this feature. My 3G cellular network (Celcom Malaysia, HSDPA 3.6Mbps) seem to be supporting this feature. Before the change, I got (down/up) 3.4/0.5 Mbps, but, after the change, the result is quite impressive as we can see in the screenshot. Sometime, I got about 2x of download speed when download podcasts MP3s, from 400 kBps to upto 800 kBps. Mbps : Mega bit per second kBps : kilo BYTE per second Anyone who tried this hack/mod either for 3G or 4G, please report your before and after results. Remember to reboot after changes Thank you Reference: $ man pppd Original Thread Link : http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1800351
  9. Now, there seems to be good news for all the 2G, 3G and 4G Mobile Internet users, India’s telecom watchdog Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) today issued guidelines on Minimum Quality Benchmark for Mobile Internet services – GPRS, 2G and 3G / EVDO and 4G Data service. With the new regulation – “Standards of Quality of Service for Mobile Data Services Regulations, 2012” TRAI will monitor Quality of Mobile Internet service on nine parameters, including Minimum Download Speed, Successful Data transmission Download and Upload Attempts, Latency – the amount of time taken by a packet to reach the receiving endpoint after being transmitted from the sending endpoint etc. The TRAI has also recommended that all Mobile Internet Service providers should activate Mobile Internet (GPRS/3G/4G/CDMA – EVDO) within 3 hours of the customer requesting for it, with a 95% success rate. TRAI said that presently, there is No Quality of Service Standards for the Mobile Data Services in India. It is necessary to benchmark and monitor the quality of service offered by the service providers of mobile data services with various options open to the implementing agencies so that the interests of consumers are protected. TRAI, therefore, decided to benchmark the Quality of Service parameters for mobile data services, so that the interests of consumers are protected. Accordingly, the draft regulations have been prepared by the regulator. Proposed Quality of Service parameters for Mobile Data services : All Mobile Internet Service providers have been asked to send /submit their view or comments on above regulation by 25th July, 2012 and counter comments by 1st August, 2012 to the TRAI. Source : TelecomTalk.info
  10. Hello Guys !! Good to be back at the forum and posting after such long gap ... anyways I have a query for which I only think I can get the answer here ...so here it goes.. I have been RCDMA customer till this April. Although they had many service and data issue, one thing that I liked about RCDMA is that if you have a EvDO postpaid/prepaid plan activated and if you go on national roaming, no additional charges would be needed and you can use EvDO service at roaming area and it will only be deducted from you data plan usage.. However since I switched to Idea GSM, I found this not be the case for GSM provider (atleast for Idea). IF I use 3g data while in roaming, no matter what 3g plan I have activated, the usual rates of 10p/10kb are charged (maybe more I dont remember). In my opinion this is not justified.. I wanted to know if you have experiences with other GSM provided like docomo/vodafone etc where 3g data plan is still usable on roaming ? I have just completed 90 days with Idea and was thinking of MNP to other provider and this is my primary criteria for screening (inclined to go for vodafone or docomo). Thanks !!
  11. Airtel New 3G Tariff Plans With SmartBytes Airtel today announced NEW 3G Tariff Plans for both Prepaid and Postpaid. It has also introduced "Smartbyte" packs which can be availed by postpaid customers after exhausting the data limit.
  12. In an attempt to make wireless broadband more affordable India’s largest telecommunication company Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) cuts down its EVDO data card price by Rs. 300. Currently BSNL EVDO data card sells at Rs. 1499. BSNL, Kerala circle has decided to offer the EVDO Data Card at Rs. 1199 as an promotional festive from 16th January, 2012 to be more competitive in Wireless Broadband market. BSNL EVDO can offer upto 3.1 Mbps downlink and upto 1.8Mbps uplink on their EVDO Rev A network. Currently wireless broadband market is mostly dominated by EVDO players – RCom (Netconnect+), Tata Teleservice/Tata Docomo (Photon+) and MTS India (MBlaze) while 3G-HSPA data services are still looking to make their way to the consumers. Even Vodafone India also launched their own branded EVDO data services as NetCruise over MTS network. BSNL EVDO services is the cheapest option in India for wireless broadband as only BSNL offers Unlimited usage at Rs. 750 per month with No Fair Usage Policy (FUP). The charges mentioned above will be automatically deducted from the account balance available in the customer’s prepaid account. The bundled free data usage is also applicable while in National Roaming across India with in BSNL network. The bundled free usage is to be exhausted within the validity period of 30 days. No carry forward of un-utilized free data usage will be allowed after the expiry of validity period. EVDO Roaming will be allowed in BSNL circles only. BSNL EVDO R-UIM can be used on EVDO enabled mobile phones & browse unlimited 3G Galaxy POP CDMA, Galaxy Ace Duos i589, Galaxy S2 Duos(coming soon) are EVDO enabled phones Please Ensure compatibility of Samsung phones before buying. Samsung India is not aware of anything on BSNL's EVDO services.
  13. Finally here is a great news for MTNL 3G customers, India’s first 3G Mobile and Data Service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) all set to launch of 5 new most affordable and value for money 3G Data Plans starting from just Rs. 41 for its prepaid subscribers in Delhi – NCR telecom circle. MTNL will introduces new Daily 1 GB 3G Data Plan for Rs. 41, Weekly 1 GB 3G Data Plan for Rs. 76, and Fortnightly 1 GB 3G Data Plan just for Rs. 125. Apart from these 1 GB plans, MTNL also introduces new Half Yearly 3G Data plan for Rs. 4500, offers 200 GB 3G Data Usage valid for 180 Days and Yearly 3G Data Plan for Rs. 5000 offers 100 GB 3G Data Usage valid for 365 days from the date of recharge or activation. All new plans can be use while Home network as well as National Roaming on BSNL across India. The new plans will be available from 15th May, 2012 via On-line Recharge or E-topup at MTNL Sanchar Haat and retailers. Source: http://telecomtalk.i...gb-rs-41/93748/
  14. Weirdly to my dismay... I am not able to locate any option to recharge my newly bought prepaid reliance 3g data card online on http://myservices.relianceada.com After registering with the site using my 3g sim number and clicking on online recharge, there is no option to recharge my 3g sim with any 3g data packs. I am particularly interested in 10 GB unlimited data recharge for Rs.1002/- which is listed here.. http://www.rcom.co.in/Rcom/personal/3G/HTML/PrepaidDataPacksUSB.html Any idea guys on how to recharge my 3g data card? What am i missing???
  15. I have samsung galaxy SL android phone, its my first 3g phone which i bought few weeks back. Whenever I am trying to make a video call it says out of 3g network, can anyone tell me how do i activage 3g network/video calling on my phone? I heard that on airtel you can simply activate it by sending an SMS, but I don't know how to do it on reliance GSM.
  16. Hi, I am a post paid customer of Relaince and having the following plans: VOLUME.3GRNC_PAYG.0 DATAPLAN DP_QUOTA_PAYG.500MB Does any one knows about these plans? As I have taken a pack of 95 for 2.5 GB. Thanks Gaurav Gupta
  17. Hello Friends, I am starting this topic where we can discuss about the best internet options available in our own/other circles. We can also talk about some unique/special offers that we come to know about. Purpose of this topic is to increase knowledge about internet options or special offers available in other circles and to help each other take advantage of these offers. I start with the first offer I came to know about Idea 3G in Delhi region. One seller is providing 2GB data pack in Rs 249 bundled with Rs 1349 unlocked data card. He confirmed me this recharge can be continued.
  18. New 3G (HSPA) Data Packs?

    i called reliance CC to find out about the 848 plan (10 gb / 30days), but was disappointed to find out that it was only for West Bengal but the CC told me about a few plans i've never heard off, it's not on the reliance website and i cant seem to be able to connect to reliance CC again here's the plans ( it maybe for my state only chhattisgarh) 1002 - 10gb / 30days 1200 - 15gb / 30 days 1500 - 6 gb / 90days (3000 or 5000 , i'm not sure) - 18gb / 180 days So , has anybody heard of these 3g (GSM)plans?
  19. MTNL Mumbai Introduces 3 New 3G Data Plans – 25 GB 3G Data Usage for Rs. 499 Source India's First 3G Mobile Service provider Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd (MTNL) announced the launch of 3 new 3G Prepaid Data Plans. MTNL introduces another path breaking, cheapest 3G Data Plan of Rs. 22 which offers free 3G Data Usage up to 250 MB plus 50 SMS (Local/National) to any network across India. While 3G Data Plan-499 offers 25 GB Data usage and 150 SMS valid for 7 Days. MTNL also introduces one long validity limited plan for Rs. 1199 which offers 6 GB Data usage, 350 SMS and comes with the validity of 90 Days.The 3G Data Plans are launched initially in MTNL's On-line Recharges System and subsequently it may be extended through paper coupon. The Post Free Usage Data charges will be 1paisa / 10 KB (Home and Roam). MTNL 3G subscriber can enjoy Free 3G data Roaming in more than 900 cities across India with BSNL 3G network. MTNL (Mumbai) New 3G Data Plans (Limited Plans) : For more details dial 1503 (toll free) /022-22221503 or 9869012345.
  20. Data Plan Related Unified Data Plans Use it any where On Phone or Tethering Mode (Use on RWorld Password or NetConnect ) (RWorld + NetConnect = SimpleNet) = DONE = Achived as MobileNet All SimpleNet plan must be Activated by SMS short code reducing burden on Web World or Customer Care People = DONE Default SimpleNet plan is Rs 0.50 / Minute / IT MUST BE Volume based like Rs 2 / MB = DONE More Dynamic Combo Plans for Voice + Data Usage = Can be done but not need now EVDO Related Automatic EVDO Activation for Fresh OMH or EVDO Based Devices = Comming Soon Unprovisioned / Old Deactivated OMH / Devidce must have EVDO Deactivated Automatically = Comming Soon Provisioned / Newly Activated OMH / Device must have EVDO Activated automatically = Comming Soon Activation / Reactivation / Deactivation of EVDO must be SMS Based = Will be only via Web World Additional MEID Based PPP Login ID ( A0000012345678@ppp.rcom.co.in) and Password sud be password / So all New Device like Samsung Atlas I500 should not require OS Modification to accomodate MDN / MDN based UID Provisioning = Comming Soon Device Related (Handset Change - Non RUIM) As per the old Methos HCC or Retain MDN both method is confusin HCC is either not available or not working on many devices, Retain MDN is too much time consuming and Device goes in Lost state, I appeal RCDMA to come with Voice Portal for Device Swap so no Funny HCC or Retain MDN is Involved
  21. http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/cnbc-tv18-comments/bharti-vodafone-idea-may-form-strategic-alliance-for-3g_496911.html If you are a Vodafone customer and live in an area where Vodafone has not received 3G spectrum, don’t fret. You may still be able to receive 3G services if Bharti Airtel or Idea have won spectrum in the area, without changing your service provider, reports CNBC-TV18’s Kritika Saxena quoting sources. It is learnt that the three players are in talks for a strategic alliance for rolling out 3G services pan India. Sources add that the 3G deal between all the three telecom companies is likely to come through by mid-November, while the tripartite agreement will be based on revenue sharing model. If the alliance is finalised then it will cater to 33 circles, sources say. Bharti Airtel won 13 circles, Idea obtained 11 circles and Vodafone got 9 circles in the bidding. Though Bharti CFO confirmed that they are in talks to form alliance, he refused to comments on the names of telecom companies yet. Meanwhile, Vodafone also said that they are in talks with quality players for a tie up and will make announcement in due course of time. Idea too added that they are talking with leading telcos for 3G tie-up.