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Everything You Have Ever Wanted to Know About Boarding a Plane

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The miracle of aviation has become something of a consumer commodity these days. You get on, get off at your destination, hope you have enough foot room along the way, and you eat something akin to space food while you fly. Even though some of that old school magic is gone from the commercial flight industry, some of the mystique and mystery remains. StartPac, which makes lithium ion batteries for planes, is here to answer your flight boarding questions.

Why Does it Take So Long to Board?

There are a few different reasons for why it takes a long time to board, the prime one being that passengers must disembark first. Then the crew goes seat by seat to clean up after everyone. In a perfect world, we all clean up after ourselves, but even the best of us forget we leave things behind. While this is happening, the plane’s receiving a charge from a ground power unit (more on that in a moment). All of this takes time, and the boarding crew in the airport uses this time to make special seating arrangements.

What’s that Cable?

The large cable attached to the under carriage of the plan connects it to a portable GPU. These units are designed to supply auxiliary power to a plane when it’s idle. It keeps the lights on, the air flowing and the systems ready for takeoff.

How Does the Plane Actually Start?

Once everyone is on board, the portable power supply is disconnected after it provides a charge to the plane’s power unit. That power unit turns the engine over, which is why you typically hear a grinding or metallic sound as the plane begins to move.

How to Root Oppo Find 5 Easy and Simple

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Root Oppo Find 5

As far as we have seen, Android v4.1, commonly known by its code name, Jelly Bean is one of beautiful versions of Google Android. Exclusive features such as Offline Typing, support for low-end hardware configurations, revamped UI etc. As most of you know, there are various Android Jelly Bean devices in the market, which have been followed by popularity just after their launches. Oppo 5 is such a device; you can get from the enormous Smartphone market. This device is an impressive one just because of its high-end processor, RAM and a good camera. However, the power of root access can give 5-incher the ability to explore productive section of Android OS, supported by many open-source lovers. Here, we would like to tell you a simplest way for rooting Oppo 5 and availing those root-only features to your device.

Before you start

Since we are not able to predict the power failures or technical errors during the process, we advise you to save all your sensitive data including contacts, messages, applications etc in a safer place before you start the rooting process, so that even if something goes wrong you can secure your valuable data. Preferably, it is a good decision to keep a charge of at least 80% in your device in order to avoid sudden power offs and hence reducing chances of your device being bricked due to the power off.

Rooting your Oppo 5

  • As the first part of this rooting process, you have to download Framaroot-1.5.3.apk.
  • Connect your Oppo 5 to your PC using USB Cable of Device.
  • Open the SD Card of device and copy the downloaded file into SD Card.

Installing Application

Now, you have to install the application using .apk file in your device. For that, one file manager is required.

  • Download a File manger application from Google Play. You can use Astro File Manager or ES File Explorer.
  • Open the file manager and go to the directory, to where you copied the .apk file, in former section.
  • Now install the Application using the File Manager. Before that, you should make sure that you have allowed application installation from Non-Google Play source. In case if you have not, you can do so by going to Settings Security and ticking option ‘Unknown Sources’.
  • Go to the application menu of your device. Open the Framaroot application.
  • Click on Gandalf and Now, you may have to wait more than minutes to view that successful completion pop-up
  • Now, normally reboot your device.
  • Yes! You have successfully rooted your Oppo 5. Now, start exploring productive Android just at your fingertip.

Hope the article helped you in rooting you Oppo 5. Do let us know if there are any difficulties during the rooting process.

Trick To Update Android Apps Without Google Play

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Android Apps

Hello android geeks, today I found unique method to update all android apps without using Google play ! You may have heard this line Need is mother of all inventions. well I’m not so intelligent to invent new stuffs but just found simple trick which I’m gonna share with you in this tutorial.

In earlier days, I used to upgrade all my apps using android market itself which was simple and quite easy task. But all of you know that internet / broadband plans are becoming too costly now a days to afford. So most of us prefer to choose limited data plans. If you update apps via google play, it consumes lots of internet data in background which reduces overall download speed consuming your valuable time. Even though there are plenty of third party app stores such as Mobogenie, 1 Mobile, Blackmart ( Get Paid Android Apps Free ) they are not handy to upgrade your old app versions & sometimes they don’t have record of new app updates. So, here is solution to all your questions. Just follow the simple steps given below.

  • Step 1. Type the name of application in google search which you want to update.
  • Step 2. Look for google play store link & open it using stock browser / chrome ( do not open it using play store app ) .
  • Step 3. Copy the required app URL as visible in screenshot given below
  • Step 4. Open another tab and go to app evozi, & paste copied URL as shown below
  • Step 5. Click on Generate Download Link and your download will begin shortly. Now take a chair and relax. Install downloaded app & enjoy updated version. it’s as easy as that !

SMS Popup App Review

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SMS Popup App

SMS Popup has been around for a long time on Android. There are many programs which aim to enhance SMS on Android but SMS Popup is the original. The app is pretty simple – when you receive a new SMS, instead of just having an icon in the notification bar you also get a popup. Many complained that this should have been built in to the Android operating system from the very beginning but that’s the great thing about Android, if a feature is missing then there’s a good chance someone can make it.

Unlike other apps which have an SMS Popup such as Handcent SMS and ChompSMS, SMS Popup is just that – a popup and it doesn’t provide a different looking SMS client, it works along side your stock messaging app but remember to turn the notifications off on the default messaging app or you will get two icons every time you receive a message.

Even though the app is rather small it packs some impressive features. One of the best features is the ability to “quick reply” which means you can reply directly from the popup without ever having to open up the messaging app. SMS Popup also has a great privacy feature which allows you to not show certain information within the popup so anyone snooping on you can’t see anything until you choose to – I’m sure many people will have a use for this. In addition to these great features there’s an option to input some preset messages which can allow you to reply using a preset – great for speed.

SMS Popup has a wealth of different options and settings, these are great as it allows for great customization of the popup even down to the button placement. Notifications can be configured and customised for individual contacts which over-rides the default set notification. Notification settings include LED settings such as colour and blink rate, periodic reminders for unread messages, vibrate notification sound and the ability to change the notification icon – there’s currently 3 different icons available but more are planned.

SMS Popup is a great app and if you don’t want anything as fancy or bulky as Handcent or ChompSMS then it’s a great option. The only major flaw for me was that if you have more than one unread SMS it doesn’t allow you to scroll through them like Handcent and ChompSMS do, instead they are over the top of each other and to access the bottom message you need to go in to the messaging app or click the notification in the notification bar. For some people I’m sure this won’t be a huge problem but for me it was a bit of an annoyance.

Overall it’s a great an lighter alternative to Handcent SMS and ChompSMS and is definitely worth a try.