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How to hunt deleted files easily

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 I'm going to be showing you how to hunt deleted files  quickly and safely recover deleted files like pictures messages contacts video audio documents WhatsApp messages and other deleted files from your Android device.

This is going to be a fairly simple process. Plus this tutorial is designed in a way says that it's going to be easy to follow. This was also requested video by a fellow subscriber. So let's get started. Oh but before we get started. Let's hope over to my phone and they need a couple of photos so that we can recover them later on in the tutorial. Not only photos you're going to go any deleted file but for the presentation purposes I'm going to be deleting these photos that it took two weeks back. So I got a photo of my friends at the mall and a white member of a picture of my buddy fixing some leaking pipes and doing some plumbing work at his place. Now I don't have any copies of these pictures. They were never backed up. So I'm going to be deleting these pictures from here pretty quick. And boom they're completely gone. It's actually very easy to accidentally and permanently lead files on smartphones. But recovery isn't as simple as that know the cycle bins on smartphones. So let me make it simple for you. Let me show you how to safely and quickly recover any deleted files from your Android smartphone by using the one that share Drfone data recovery software. Now folks there are many details of the software is out there. So why Drfone  you might ask whether that's mainly because Drfone holds the record of the heisted recovery dates in the industry. It's as good as the dedicatedly software can get. Plus it's very easy to use.       Download Drfone

So first of all you'll have to download and install the Drfone data recovery software on your Windows or Mac based computer for that. The first link under the thumbs up button that'll take you to the official website. Once there click on the. Try it for free and download the software for free. But if you want to quickly recover a super important file then it's highly recommended to buy or license the software beforehand. But anyways drying out this software is absolutely free. It can recover data from working as well as from broken or damaged smartphones. We're going to talk about that later in the video once Dr. phone is downloaded and installed on your computer. Simply open it up and straight up all the instructions will pop up on the screen in a very simple language. Making my job easier. Like I said it makes the complex process of data recovery very simple and it can be used by anyone. So from now on we're going to be following the On-Screen instructions. So first of all it allows you to connect your phone with the computer via the USB cable and also to turn on the USB debugging option on your phone for that. Head over to the Android settings on your device then scroll all the way down to the about devices section open that then scroll down and tab on the number section five to seven times in rapid succession then head back and you'll see a new option above the about devices have called as the devil a pass option open that.

Then make sure to turn on the developers option first then scroll down until you see the USB be debugging or Android debugging option. Most of them are saying than simply done that on one of the you is debugging option. Turn on connected device to a computer via the USB cable at this point Drfone will automatically recognize your device and start connecting with your smartphone. From now on if you see any permission window popping up on your android screen simply hit the yes button and allow the permission because that's going to help the software to secure a connection with your smartphone for that recovery.

Once the connection pod is done you can select the type of fights that you want to cover. That will make the recovery process much faster but it's better to have all selected that is leave it as it is. And here on the next button next stop you're going to get to scanning options. You can either go with the standard mode or you can go with the advanced mode of standard mode is what we're going to be using for today's video because it's much faster. But if your fight was not recovered by the standard more than go with the advanced mode.

Now folks have been using Drfone since two years and they never had the need to use the advanced mode. All I ever used was the standard mode. So leave it as it does and hit on the next button. Now

Drfone will start to connect and analyze your device which can take a couple of minutes and during the entire process if you get any permission window popping up on your android screen simply hit on the yes button and allow deeper emissions and if your device is rooted the software will ask for permissions simply allow the permissions as the recovery process will be much faster if a device is rooted. However if your device is not true dead not a problem. Simply ignore what I said and continue with the rest of the process. Once the connection is secured Drfone and start scanning for deleted files which can take between 2 minutes to an hour or two depending on the fights that you're looking for and the storage capacity of your device. Now based on my experience and observations discovering things like deleted contacts text messages. Call history and deleted WhatsApp messages can take around 15 to 20 minutes whereas scanning and recovering larger sized files like deleted pictures audio video WhatsApp attachments and larger sized documents can take more than 20 minutes and all the way up to an hour or two. So have some patience and it's highly recommended not to use your phone or decors during the scanning and recovery process. Probably the best thing about Drfone is as the scan is going on you can start looking through the available results for this specifically did find that you want to recover. And as the scan goes on more and more deleted files will start appearing in the list. So absolutely no time is wasted as the scan is going on.

You can start looking for the files that you want to recover and if you're able to find the deleted file that you want to recover before the scan is completed then you can either stop or pause discussion at any moment and recover defined right away. This detail the previous system which is one of the best and most unique feature of the iPhone saves a lot of time. As of now we are only 2 minutes into the scan and as you can see most of the stuff like deleted contacts call logs and messages and also a bunch of deleted is also available for recovery lodges I used file it's like documents video audio etc. are going to appear soon so I'm just gonna lay back and let the scan complete. Alright so the scan is done and it took around 15 to 20 minutes which was very fast considering that it was a full scan and my phone had a lot of data. So let's go ahead and check out what we have here. Alright so we have around 600 deleted contacts recovered. We have tons and tons of deleted messages recovered. We have entire conversations to cover. You see the thing that most people want to recover are important contacts for those messages and documents and those are the things that we have discovered over here. So moving on we also have entire WhatsApp conversations with attachments to recover which is a great thing but that's not what we're looking for. We are looking for the deleted pictures that we want to recover. Now pictures are found in the gallery section so hopping over to the gallery tab.

And I guess that is we have 1 2 3 4 on the up so we got all of the photos that we deleted earlier. Ready for equality which means this process was a huge success. All right so let's go ahead and recover these photos so that I can have them back on my phone. Now the actual recovery process is fairly simple once the software is licensed select the data are defined that you want to recover. You can recover a single file multiple files are all the files. At the same time. So we are going to quickly select these for Frodo's and then click on the recovery button right there. Next up select the location we want to save these recovered files. I'm going to select the deck stop and then hit on okay. That said it's done as simple as that. So let's head over to the next stop and check out the covered files so we got all the 4 photos recovered here but I'm specially looking for things like loss of quality and as you can see there's no loss in quality and all that fights would water covered in one piece which is a great thing. Now folks who will have to be Mombo one basic principle which is if a finally was deleted. Long time back. That is say a couple of weeks or months back and if defined was replaced by another fight that the chances of recovering that fight is very very low. So it's a smart move.

If you run the doctor from recovery software and get the deleted file back as soon as possible because as the time passes new files are created and these deleted files can get replaced by these new files. I mean at least that's the basic principle behind every data recovery system out there. Not talking about Drphone. You also got a couple of additional features that might be helpful for some of you like you can recover files from broken damaged or phones that are not turning on. Also for example say if you're logged out of your device that is you forgot your password. Oh got it wrong multiple times. No worries because Doctor phone can also recover data from log phones as well although as of today these features are still under testing but it's worth mentioning. Now I've been using Drfone to recover deleted data since two years now and I'm very happy with the results. I was able to recover multiple important data and files in these two years. I mean for the prize of just fifty dollars for lifetime. It's a great deal. Plus it's also going to be the best 50 dollars that you want to ever spend because you never know when the software can come in handy. So it's definitely a must have software and it's recommended by the Android guy. Plus it has a straight up 30 days money back guarantee. For those of you who didn't enjoy the level of satisfaction that 50 million users including me did so yup that's pretty much it. If you've got to learn something new today than do give this video a thumbs up and if you want to continue learning new things then do subscribe to the Android guy. If you haven't already. So I mean host headachy from the Android guy signing out and I hope you guys have a great piece. dont forgot Download Drfone is best software out there 

IPhone 10 the ultimate review

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Boys and Girls The Iphone. I am diving deep into the iPhone 10. Both the good and the bad. And if you pick one up I would love to know what your experience has been so far. So with the iPhone 10 there are a couple of key elements that make this phone what it is the first of which being the display it's a five point eight inch flat panel with a classically weird Apple resolution of 24 36 by 11:25 and weird numbers aside it looks really good. I think any doubt or concern with the display not being bright enough has been put to rest it's super bright the colors are extremely accurate and honestly that display is one of the most enticing features of the iPhone 10.

 Now for the question of Is there any blueshift And yet if you look for any Tilsit off axis you will definitely see a little bit of that. It is by no means pixel There's no denying if your little tilt shift crazy you're going to see a little bit of blue. Now the reason Apple is able to squeeze so much screen into the iPhone 10 is because of what is probably the biggest change to ever come to the iPhone and that is the omission of the home but it is completely gone. Honestly I got used to this and adjusted to it way way faster than I thought I would. No joke. Every time I pick up a phone that is not the iPhone 10 I find myself wanting to swipe up to go home. Now for the most part this works incredibly I don't find myself missing the home Button But there are a couple dumb things. One is control center that used to be a one had to move where you swipe up and that's how you access control center. But now you got to swipe down all the way in the top right and most of the time to comfortably do that you need to use two hands. Conversely you can enable reachability which is not enabled by default so pro tip headed in settings general accessibility. Once you have it enabled you can access reachability by doing this really really precise swipe down at the bottom edge of the phone is definitely easier than having to reach all the way towards the top right of the phone and then swiping down but it's still two steps and I don't think it's a foolproof solution. Now I know snazzy Q Is bust out at the seams and has this well-thought out elaborate solution to this but also to know what you guys think is a better alternative to this weird control center option we have now from there. The other slightly dumb thing that's not really a huge deal is how you exit out of apps before all you do is open up multitasking swipe up and that was it.

 Now once you're in the multitasking window you actually got to hold the app wait for that little - icon and then you can swipe out and exit out. Yeah it's not the biggest deal in the world before and when you know that me I totally get it. Technically you don't have to as that of apps. For me it's just kind of one of those unnecessary Two-Step movements. Now with the lack of home button the way you enable series by one saying hey not going to say that and trigger your phone or two holding the side button. Now one slightly annoying thing is if you do not disturbing enable unless you're in control center there is no way to know that it's on whether you're in the lock screen or actually in the phone there is no icon in the top right hand corner which makes it super easy to forget that it's on. And then it kind of leads into the next controversial thing with the iPhone 10 and that is the notch. Initially every mostly angry tech fans on Twitter seem to hate it. Honestly though the notch really isn't a big deal like 95 percent of the time I don't realize it's there. The only time I do notice it is when I'm watching wide screen video because the way that's formatted that notch is creeping its way in there and there is nothing you can do about it. Now the flip side of that for most YouTube videos that are in 16 by 9 you are not seen the notch whatsoever yes you can zoom in.

But for the most part that's not the optimal viewing experience because you are chopping off heads nothin happens drops some incredible looking widescreen video and watching those back on the iPhone 10 kind of got me thinking Is this the future of content especially with more and more of these phones headed that direction.

Next is face I.D. that feature that anyone anti-Apple deep down really wanted to fail but it actually was really well done and well executed just like the iPhone 10 face ID is imperfect but it's really good for me. It has to have works like 98 percent of the time there really hasn't been too many times. Words failed. It absolutely works at night in the dark whether you're in a car. I've been in planes it's worked flawlessly on the opposing end of the spectrum it's worked great outdoors in sunlight with glasses on with a hat on. The only time I've ever really had trouble with it is in the middle of the night when I wake up. I got one eye close and then it kind of trips up but for the most part it's worked really well and I haven't really missed Touch ID. I think we're face Id really shines is for password based application especially when browsing online you're already look out the phone so it becomes an instant thing that you don't really think about. The other pro with face I.D. is in the case where your hands are wet or it is crazy cold outside and you are forced to wear gloves. Yes the same argument could be made with face in the situations where it doesn't work.

But overall as a whole I think it's a step in the right direction hasn't slowed me down at all now because of all the tech required for face I.D. that has also yielded an emoji. I guarantee you by now you've probably seen some animo do you karaoke in your. But I want to give a shout out and some credit to Mr. snazzy Q For the best one on the Internet right now. I kind of wish I had a dollar for every time someone said the iPhone X thousand dollar emoji machine one. It's an emoji too. It's kind of fun man sort of Modise the sole reason why you would buy an iPhone 10. Absolutely not. If you want to use them they're there but if you don't no one is forcing you to Scott I remember that. Now as far as performance that ALA and Beinecke chip inside the iPhone 10 is no joke. Everything from multitasking to gestures to gaming is buttery smooth. Now with all that power one area where the iPhone 10 and even eight and a plus for that matter excels at and are kind of in a league of its own is a.r. It's still really early in terms of the development of apps and games but there's some pretty incredible stuff out there and if you own an iPhone 10 or 8 or a plus and haven't checked that augmented reality it is a lot of fun. I will say it's worth mentioning and this is the exact same chip also found an iPhone 8 and a plus it's kind of a testament to their performance as well. But as far as smartphone performance goes it is not even close right now.

Three to one with the iPhone 10 doesn't have as many cores as clearly it is not about the cores because there is some insane performance come out of the apple 10 as well as the 18:8 plus. So now that were fired up and before anyone ask what about the iOS books why did I have the ball. Yes performance on the air. Is incredible but there's no denying. IOS has been a little weird especially. No one can forget that weird stupid AI glitch where you typed in AI and autocorrect it into some weird characters and a question mark it has been since updated and fixed but it was out there for a long time and honestly that was one of the weirdest dumbest most annoying bugs I've ever dealt with on a smartphone. So to say the iPhone 10 has been an overall smooth experience isn't quite the case from their shift into some positive the camera and the iPhone 10 has been incredible. Again this features dual lenses a wide angle and a telephoto lens but the big thing here is that telephoto lens now features optical image stabilization. Now we first saw this dual lens the OAS on 0 8. It's something the iPhone a plus does not have. And it definitely makes a difference. The biggest thing I've noticed jumping from one angle to telephoto is that you're getting a much more consistent image in terms of low light and low light performance. Porcher mode in terms of the rear facing camera is excellent I think Apple does a really great job with this as a whole.

There really isn't much to complain as far as the camera goes on the iPhone 10 images are crisp they're sharp they're vibrant they're saturated. Now as far as the facing camera goes I would say it is equally as impressive as the rear camera my only real gripe with there are portrait selfies. Regular selfies look great lighting color skin tones. My only complaint is I wish it was just a little wider but I've always liked on Samsung phones. But as far as those porters selfies go it just seems like it's not quite the actual image quality and skin tones and color all look great. But for whatever reason it seems to have a real hard time with both hair and in my case ears work just doesn't get those correctly with the pixel to the image just some times over sharpened whereas with the iPhone I much prefer the more natural look. So if we could somehow combine both these elements that would be amazing. Now why think the pixel 2 might have the slight edge on the iPhone 10 as far as photos go. There is no comparison in terms of video the color the ability to go up to 48 60 frames per second the image stabilization at 110 is second to none if slow motion it tends to be up to 240 frames per second which is ridiculous. So use your phone to capture and create video the apple 110 is kind of in a league of its own as far as that goes from there not mention the battery life on the iPhone 10 has been surprisingly good. It's not as good as something like that from eight plus or seven plus for that matter. But it is definitely better than both from 7 and 8.

For me I've been averaging about six to eight hours of usage to get into the day is not a problem whatsoever. The stereo speakers in the iPhone 10 yeah they're not going to blow your mind. But I do enjoy having that feature and it does make a difference over phones that don't have stereo speakers as a whole. I think the iPhone 10 is the best and most exciting thing Apple's put out in a very long time. I'm excited to see where this goes in the future not only with Apple specifically but with the smartphone game as a whole. What I'm saying is that it's a great time to be alive in terms of smartphone technology and technology in general right now the iPhone 10 is definitely a part of that. I've enjoyed it.

Android will gain Apple will fall

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Hi guys, today blog is related with Android and IOS the future in the hand of Apple and Android. Now is the greater time of tech, we will see the future of tech in coming days. After the death of Steve Job, the apple is dead. They are truly hard to find out the new things now. They are doing are. Make the fresh using existing technology when we say about Apple, we say about design and simplicity now. What happen, they are looking highly bad to invent the fresh things like Steve Jobs did, Apple is dying so hard. It is worst performance since Steve dies. In other hands we have the Android in past Android is ugliest OS, but now they are the future of Smartphone. They are launching the fresh things and make brand new changes. They are doing lot more in coming years. We will witness the falling of Apple and gaining of Android 

Android is the Google. They are the one who the creator of one of the largest search engines and many new things in past the Nexus is sucked, but today it changes when LG took the Nexus. Line up their total business is changed that in coming days the Nexus lineup Smartphone It will be a threat of Apple Iphone shit. In saying the truth Apple is sucked. Many people are using the Iphone, but it is totally bullshit man. Live the mind if Apple replaced any new Iphone the fucking apple fan shits, they buy these ways the apple surviving in the industry at present more and more android company offering more things than the apple shit. In telling of IOS it is the locked OS when we compare to open OS, I,e Android, Android is a long way better than the IOS currently IOS using the widget. This way, the Android is a long way best then they.

As a customer, many one prefer android because they know it is the future. We wait one years. We will see the raising of Android and falling of Apple Iphone. 

Close look On HTC Desire 500

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Close look on HTC Desire 500 many users are interest to buy latest edition of HTC Smartphone’s it look pity in hand I had bad experience on HTC Desire 500 there is no full HD recording but look it is pity Smartphone in Market today  

The Desire 500 is HTC's latest attempt to ride the middle road between features and price, and it is the modern day equivalent of the HTC Desire X released late last year. The other way to look at it is as the more affordable alternative of the Desire 600 dual SIM, which we reviewed a while ago. That said, the one we're dealing with is the single-SIM flavor of the HTC Desire 500, but there is a dial SIM variant, too.

Key features

    Quad-band 2G and dual-band 3G support
    4.3" 480 x 800 pixel TFT capacitive touch screen with 217ppi
    Android OS v4.2.2 Jelly Bean with Sense UI 5.0
    Qualcomm MSM 8225Q Snapdragon 200: quad-core 1.2GHz Cortex-A5, 1 GB RAM, Adreno 203 GPU
    8 MP autofocus camera with 1/3.2'' sensor size, 1.4µm pixel size; LED flash
    720p video recording @ 24fps with stereo audio, slow-motion video
    1.6MP front-facing camera, 720p video recording
    Wi-Fi b/g/n, DLNA
    GPS with A-GPS
    4GB of built-in storage
    microSD card slot
    Bluetooth v4.0
    Standard 3.5 mm audio jack
    Accelerometer and proximity sensor
    FM Radio

Main disadvantages of this Pity Smartphone

    WVGA screen resolution
    Not the most powerful of chip sets
    Disappointing stills and video, no Full HD video recording
    No active noise cancellation for voice calls
    Poor video codec support out of the box
    Limited inbuilt storage, only 1GB available to the user
    The Desire 500 may not be a sports car, but the quad-core 1.2GHz processor would mean it should be a nice cruiser - and most people are after that in a mid ranger. The display resolution is not up there with the best on the positive side, the graphical sub-system doesn't have to draw as many pixels on the screen so this may even help with performance. Also impressive on paper are the camera capabilities, which despite not being able to handle 1080p, include 720p and slow-motion videos. As an added bonus the front-facing camera shoots in 720p as well.

The Final conclusion if you are a techie you buy this HTC Desire 500 I not recommend this Smartphone because this phone is not give a better experience