Thursday, December 31, 2015

#5 Glance Screen Malfunctioning Bug

GIS Support Reviews : Did you noticed your glance screen ? Well its time to closer look. Might be its is consuming your battery and working not according to you want.

Tested results from our side,

  • set the duration to 30 secs.
  • see the results after that.

Note : It need windows 10 mobile.

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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

HP 'Falcon' Windows 10 phone may be made official at MWC 2016

Rumored Windows Phone : If you recall, HP Falcon's existence first came to light when an SD820-powered Windows device with that name was spotted listed on benchmarking site GFXBench. Although we initially treated the news with skepticism, subsequent reports have essentially confirmed that the Windows 10 device is indeed for real.

Now, a new report out of Germany is claiming that the handset will likely be made official at the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC), which is scheduled to take place between February 22 and February 25 next year. The report, however, notes that HP is yet to take a final call on whether or not to go ahead with the project.

Aside from the Snapdragon 820 SoC, the GFXBench listing had revealed that the handset sports a 5.8-inch 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution display and features a 20MP rear and a 12MP front camera.



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Monday, December 28, 2015

Blackberry Priv gets price cut in Canada

Whats New In BlackBerry : Less than a week after BlackBerry CEO John Chen hinted that the Priv may receive an official price cut early next year, the device's price has been slashed in the company's home country of Canada.

Local carrier SaskTel is now selling BlackBerry's debut Android phone for CAD 250 (around $180), which is down CAD 150 from its usual price of CAD 400.

Although the offer is available on purchases made through the carrier's website as well as physical stores, the device is currently out of stock online. Other Canadian carrier's such as Rogers are still selling the Priv for CAD 400.

The price cut also comes just days after Chen said that the company could launch a second Android smartphone.



#6 W10M & WP Apps of the Week - best camera apps for windows phone

GIS Support Reviews : The 5th series video of the recommended apps of the week for you. Watch it  on the YouTube to see apps in action. You can read all under the section "Popular Apps" in Hot Collection Page.

Here is the video link,

You can watch the video on "Windows" page under "Recommended Apps" section also.

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Friday, December 25, 2015

Microsoft should treat its fans better

After experiencing severe bugginess on my Lumia 950 XL shortly after publishing the review – or simply noticing it more, I went on to check out a few Lumia 950 XL reviews for some perspective. I also reached out to people who I now personally that had purchased one of Microsoft’s new devices. The story was the same, the devices were exciting at first, but once the veneer wore off, their bugs became too much to handle. All but one have put aside their 950 and gotten a different device instead.

Going on Amazon, the 950 XL has received 27 reviews averaging 3.9 stars (950 only 5). This is an excerpt*[sic implied in all excerpts] from the first 5 star review I looked at “So the insides of this phone are near enough the same of the Sony Z5 and the thing that lets this down is the software. Whilst Windows 10 does work with the odd reboot (the phone hasn’t rebooted whilst I’m using it but I know it has rebooted as the phone tells me when I go to use it) the operating system isn’t quite up to scratch,”.
Another review said “After a week of struggling with both the bugs and lack of apps, including a memorable morning when it stopped receiving texts (they all magically appeared when I rebooted) I decided this phone wasn’t for me. If you are into playing with technology and are willing to forgive the quirks then you may enjoy this device. If you rely on a phone to do a job of work for you though, you might want to wait until Microsoft sort it out.”, yet another said ” will say that the OS is not ready and is full of bugs, the most serious of which run the phone hot and flatten the battery. I think that they should have held back the release until these issues were worked out.” , ” The battery drains very fast but also charges fast too.”,  – Battery life – Okay its fast charging, large battery, but it doesn’t last for more than 8-10 hours for me. Now that doesn’t complete my day. Overall Windows 10 is still buggy and not a finished product and feels completely like a beta version. A few notifications I got and clicked on, didn’t turn up anything. Sometimes there are false notifications. Multitasking puts a huge pressure on the phone it freezes and becomes extremely hot”
It is quite heartbreaking to read reviews by people who you can tell desperately wanted to like the device, but just couldn’t and then juxtapose them with the Windows Phone fans who are trying so hard to sell the device.
Microsoft claims to have targeted this device to Windows Phone fans, if this is so, it showcases either a misunderstanding of why people like Windows Phone or just contempt for their fanbase who will endure anything in a lemming like manner.
For some users, this is fine, for me and many others, this is where we draw the line and say “Enough.”
Windows Phone 7, 8 and 8.1 were perfectly functional mobile OSes in their time. Each one needed quick iteration and app support to be better than iOS and Android, but even limited as they were, Microsoft’s Windows Phone still provided a good experience for some users – an experience so good the app gap could be overlooked. With Windows Phone 8 and 8.1, Nokia’s hardware and software features provided even more of a reason to stay.
Sure Windows Phones didn’t have the latest apps, but they were stable, smooth, fast and wouldn’t crash on you while taking pictures. It didn’t hurt that the hardware was not merely inoffensive but actually beautiful to look at and hold. Now, after making Windows Phone fans hold on for more than 18 months in hopes of a new flagship and features to match the competition, Microsoft releases the Lumia 950 and Windows 10 Mobile and while these are ok in  a vacuum, they don’t exist in a vacuum. As it stands now, Windows 10 Mobile is a perfectly full featured OS with a superior user interface to pretty much any other mobile interface. It has great features like Windows Hello and Continuum, and is paired with cutting edge hardware in the 950 and 950 XL.
The issue is, these features don’t work reliably, the battery and camera experience (not quality) are vastly inferior to not just their predecessors, but to the competition. With these advantages eliminated, Windows 10 Mobile still has all its old weaknesses, but non of its charm. Yes, Microsoft may have something coming again later, and yes this is Windows as a service, but Microsoft needs to understand that Windows fans don’t like Windows Phone because of preview OSes. They liked it before then because it was stable, smooth, integrated and worked reliably. Not fans because of an inexplicable attraction to the idea of Windows of a phone, but what WP offered in the past (and I hope will offer in the future).
If Microsoft acknowledges its Windows Phone users as fans, then they should have provided a bug-free and beautiful device for them. They should not have to be grateful that Windows 10 even boots up at all, or feel a twinge of anxiety when they hand their devices over to someone else to use. They should not have to rely on the Insider Preview, it should be a bonus, not a default.
Michael Fisher from PocketNow claims that the cult of Windows Phone might be Windows 10 Mobile’s saving grace. If Microsoft intends to use them to keep Windows 10 Mobile alive, they need to work a bit harder. The cult of Windows Phone is full of fans, not lemmings.

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Thursday, December 24, 2015

Yes Lumia 650 is Coming

Rumored Windows Phone : Lumia 650 is indeed coming and we also shared its probable pricing and Specifications with you. Now Microsoft’s CMO Chris Capossela may have inadvertently confirmed existence of the device.

During the podcast Windows Weekly, CMO replied to a question from ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley regarding Lumia 650 release date saying “they had not announced a release date yet”. So, while it is not all-out confirmation per se, it is good enough to stay more than hopeful.

The low-end mid-ranger may be marketed as a budget business device by Microsoft along with at least one more expected mid-ranger coming in Q1 2016.

Rumored Specs:

Metallic frame with polycarbonate body design
5-inch, 720p display with Gorilla Glass protection
8 GB internal Storage
MicroSD support
Snapdragon 410 processor

8 MP Rear camera and 5 MP FFC


Wednesday, December 23, 2015

First Task Manager in Windows 10 Mobile

GIS Support Reviews : Device Diagnostic Hub app brings a task manager to your Windows 10 phone.

Watch the video demo on below link,

You can watch the complete demo and instruction to use on our youtube channel linked below. Just hit subscribe and watch all.

Windows 10 Mobile includes a developer feature called Device Portal, which lets developers connect via http to their handsets and see device details such as running tasks and other diagnostic information.

Now a developer has created an app which connects to that server on the phone and let you access that information directly.

Of note is that you have to enable Device Portal in the developer settings of your Windows 10 Mobile handset, and that to make the app work Authentication has to be off. This would open up your device to be controlled by anyone on the same subnet all the time, without your knowledge, including installing apps.

If you still wish to go ahead, Device Diagnostic  Hub offers a lot, including:

  • CPU + RAM + GPU global usage
  • DISK I/O real-time values
  • Network Download + Upload
  • List of Devices and Drivers, just like the PC “Device Manager”
  • List of every system process running on the phone
  • A collection of every app (XAP / APPX) installed within the phone (and you can run some of them)
  • WiFi network details, with informations about signal power, saved networks, SSID, WiFi channel and Security
  • A button for Shutdown or Restart the Phone with dedicated Tiles to Pin (Tiles are included only with the IAP)
See screen shots of the app below:

To use this feature you need to go to the "update and security"do the following,
  • enable the developer option.
  • enable the device portal.

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W10M Build 10586.36 Review On Nokia Lumia 630 Dual SIM India

GIS Support Reviews : Watch Latest build demo in lumia 630. Microsoft has rolled out another insider build of Windows 10 Mobile. Its build no is 10586.36, as seen also with the build no there is no new features added apart from fixes received via feedback from insiders and other sources.

We have already made a quick review video for Lumia 520, 1020, 640 XL. Just subscribe to our YouTube channel and watch. Here is the video link,

Here are the observations that we have seen so far from Lumia 630 DS
  • Works smoothly with latest build
  • Less app crash.
  • Lags in heavy usage but very less that too.
  • For normal to slight heavy usage usage it will just work.
  • Excellent battery backup
Still there are bugs. As we have also found a couple of. You can watch on our YouTube  channel too.

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Do We need clean master in android phones ???

GIS Support Reviews : Today we are going to talk a bit of technical which you probably not aware of if you are not from a software background.

I am sure each of you watching this video must have used or heard of the apps like shown in the play store right here. and here are some of the cool names that we see,

  • Clean Master
  • CCleaner
  • Startup Manager
  • History Eraser 

There is no explanation needed as their name is very much speaking of them.

So the objective of the video is do we really need them ???

According to the apps description what we understood is,

  • They will boost your system
  • They will free the RAM
  • They will clean junk file
  • and in the last they will kill apps in on shot.
So before we go ahead guys let me tell you something. I am a software engineer with more than 7 year of experience in writing software and hardware and writing applications for mobile. as a app developer you can't just write something and publish to play store if you want to make really brilliant and awesome apps. You need to first understand the the OS, here we take Android, its internals, its fundamental and the way it works.

a few years back from now say 4 years back Android was immature and not as smart as it is today. Like the OS it self has been changed the hardware of the phones has also been changed a lot too. You can find a sub $200 phones have now a days SOc chipset and 2GB RAMS.

These apps may have once been useful but the Android has progressed far enough that they are now outdated, unnecessary and rather harmful.

On Windows, you want to keep as much RAM as possible as you can so that programs have enough room to operate. When RAM fills up, Windows is forced to start using hard drive space as virtual RAM and hard drives are much slower than physical RAM.

This is not true for Android.

Android’s operating system has its own native handler for assigning RAM to apps and making sure that all of it is being used in the most optimal way. In fact, Android purposely tries to keep apps loaded into RAM for better performance. RAM is fast, remember? On mobile devices, every bit of speed is critical for a good user experience, so keeping apps in RAM is actually a good thing.

Not only does Android handle RAM assignment, but it also keeps track of background apps so they don’t use up unnecessary processor resources. There’s no noticeable performance hit for leaving apps loaded in RAM.

App killers, memory boosters, performance enhancers, etc all claim wiping memory will speed up the phone. With current versions of Android, that's simply not true. It's actually the opposite. What will happen is the task killer app kills other apps which use resources to process. Then the OS restarts those, or other apps to fill the memory again, which takes even more resources. The task killer app kills again and the process repeats over and over. So in reality, those kinds of apps reduce performance and increase battery usage by restarting apps again and again. Remember, those dormant apps don't consume any additional battery or CPU in the first place.

Think of it like this, do you think the engineers who built the app know how to manage RAM in Android better than the Google Engineers who built Android?

Take an example of clean master.

What I also noticed is that, Clean Master periodically runs a scan in the background to detect unwanted files. This happens even when the phone is idle for quite a while. Result? The Clean Master app is consuming resources and battery for it's scan without a change in the scan results.

Now with the current 6.0.1 Marshmallow with excellent features like Doze and App Standby you don't need to bother about about how many apps are running. Android now itself puts app to sleep first and when they are not used for quite a long time it suspends them from memory but not kill them. You can watch my previous videos on Android marshmallow features for a much details.

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