Monthly Archives: June 2017

How to Unlock Bootloader of OnePlus 5

The OnePlus recently launched its new flagship device OnePlus 5, which comes with a locked bootloader. But with few simple steps, you can Unlock Bootloader of OnePlus 5. If you decide to flash a ROM, root your phone, or to install a custom recovery, then you need to unlock the bootloader of OnePlus 5 first. But you should be warned that …

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Bixby Voice for Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ Now Available for US People

Taking inspiration from the AI based voice assistant of HomePod, Google Home, Amazon Echo and the speaker of Essential, Samsung has decided to go on with its new Bixby Voice. However, it is still in the news and the accurate date and time of the launch of this technology by Samsung are yet to be announced for the public. Where …

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Active makes an appearance

Samsung’s upcoming phone in its rugged series — Galaxy S8 Active — is set to launch anytime soon. First leaked in April first, the phone with model number SM-G892A now stops by at the GFX Bench to inadvertently confirm its existence. The U.S. telecom operator AT&T has been the exclusive seller of the Samsung’s Active series of phone and will …

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Apple is rolling out iOS 11 Beta 2 update to the developers

Apple has started pushing the second beta of the iOS 11 to the developers. This second beta brings a lot of bug fixes for issues discovered in the first beta, and a handful of new tweaks as well as changes. While the latest beta build goes to the developers, Apple is expected to release a public beta build by the …

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Apple’s first ‘Made in India’ iPhones start hitting the market

Earlier this year, Cupertino-based tech giant Apple confirmed that it will begin assembling select iPhone models in India later this year. A trial assembly was started in late April, and now the first iPhones assembled in India have finally started to hit the market. For now, the ‘Made in India’ iPhone SE units are only available in select stores in …

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Indian Government calls Google Maps unreliable; Implores Citizens to use maps produced by the Survey of India

India’s mapping and survey authority, Survey of India (SOI), has dismissed Google Maps as an unauthenticated source that isn’t good enough for serious applications. Taking aim at the accuracy of the mapping and turn-by-turn navigation services provided by the search giant, the SOI has implored Indian citizens to use maps provided by the official mapping organisation itself. This statement comes …

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