Saturday, 23 February 2013

How to Increase Mobile GPRS Speed


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      Connect your phone to your PC.
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      Select "Computer" from the Start menu. Wait for an icon indicating your phone to appear before continuing.

  • 3 Open the Start menu again and click "Control Panel."
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    Click "Network and Sharing Center."
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    Click "View Network Connections."
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    Right-click the icon indicating your phone and select "Properties."
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    Click the "Configure" tab.
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    Click the dropdown box next to "Maximum Speed (bps)." Select the highest number. This ensures your GPRS runs at maximum capacity.
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    Click "OK" to save the settings.
  • 10
    Disconnect your GPRS phone.

  • Top 10 Apps to Increase Android Performance

    Android is the most popular mobile OS(operating system) all over the world. Even small kids also know that which mobile they would go for. Android has covered all price ranges. Now everyone cable of buying new android mobile in their price range. We can get lowest price android to maximum price android smartphone. Everyone wants their android mobile give maximum performance mostly low end users but even high-end mobile users want more and more performance with their android phone even if it’s faster than some pc.
    For example: Quad core processor 1.6 Ghz android mobile with 2gb Ram. They are faster than some pc but still users want to get more faster response from their smartphone.
    improved android
      So that’s why I written this post to show you guys top 10 apps for your android mobile to rise its performance. First of all i want to tell you that you must root your android mobile phone. If you really want to increase your android speed and become superuser. If you have not rooted your android device that means you cant install and use many awesome android app and custom roms. Which can improve your android performance and interface. Anyway lets look at those top 10 apps.

    Top 10 Apps To Increase Android Mobile Performance

    Link2SDLinks2sd Best App to Free internal Memory used by Apps
    It can transfer all the installed apps to your sd card. You don't need to do it manually by going to android application manger. All you have to do is start this apps and it will show you how many apps are installed in your internal memory and you can select them and move them to your sd card. It can clean cache memory as well.
    SetCPUSetCPU for Root Users Best App to Overlock your Mobile
    This app can overlock your android mobile processor speed to give you faster and quick response. You can also slowdown your android mobile speed if you want to extend your phone battery for few more hours. Its must have app if you play hd games allot and always do multitasking with your mobile phone.
    Kaspersky Mobile SecurityKaspersky Mobile Security Best App for Virus & Thief Protection
    A virus free mobile always gives full performance that you expect from it. Actually virus and malware infect your mobile and slowdown its speed and many time its cause of lag and hang. This app will make your android virus free and your phone will be safe even if its stolen you can track the location of device and remotely protect your mobile data.
    System Control ProSystem Control Pro Best App to do All Task at Once 
    This app only for rooted users. This app contain all the important tools required for your android mobile. You can call it all in one tool. This app easy to understand for newbie users. You can change cpu speed , move apps to sd card , edit build.prop file and many more feature you will get.
    GO Laucncher ExGO Laucncher Ex Best App to Increase Visual performance 
    You’re thinking how this app can increase your mobile performance. Because it’s a mobile ui changing app. Which gives cool effect and great look to your mobile screen. Well this app will give you fancy theme, smoother menu and many options to change your android mobile menu and desktop.
    Smart RAM BoosterSmart RAM Booster Best App to Free RAM memory
    Get more ram with a single click. What this app actually do it kill apps which is using ram memory. It will automatically boost your ram in 4 levels: gentle, medium, strong, aggressive. it work automatically on selected  level. This app will also show you how much ram used by every running apps.
    System Tuner ProSystem Tuner Pro Best App to Tweaking & Tuning Android
    This app contain many features like monitor all activities record, backup and restore any app, Cpu and Sd control, task manger, saving all records, system tweaking, widgets and  You will get many more features with it. It’s also easy to use because of its simple interface. Wonderful app to increase your system performance
    ROM Toolbox ProROM Toolbox Pro Best App to Optimize Android
    This app contain all the great apps with beautiful and simple interface. This app having all the important apps. Which can help you to improve your android speed and performance. This app can work like Titanium Backup, Root Explorer, ROM Manager, SetCPU, Ad Blocker and many more apps. Please check official page to read all features.
    Android AssistantAndroid Assistant Best Free App to improve android performance
    I think it's the best app you can get for free. Google play store shows that this app contain 18 features like Monitor status , Process Manager, Cache Cleaner, Save Battery Settings, File Manager and many more features. Which help us to improve our android mobile performance.
    Android BoosterAndroid Booster Best Free App to Boost  your Phone
    Another free android optimizer app for you more than 56, 000 five star this app have gotten. This app has very simple feature which are easy to understand like battery saving mode, phone optimization, app manager , network manger , file manager, virus scanner and protector. you can save your battery with app. most important thing that it's free.

    Increasing wireless network speed by 1000%, by replacing packets with algebra

    A team of researchers from MIT, Caltech, Harvard, and other universities in Europe, have devised a way of boosting the performance of wireless networks by up to 10 times — without increasing transmission power, adding more base stations, or using more wireless spectrum. This is expected to have huge repercussions on the performance of LTE and WiFi networks.
    In essence, the innovation — called coded TCP — makes packet loss completely disappear. In wired networks, packet loss is incredibly rare, but in wireless networks it’s one of the biggest issues affecting throughput. According to Technology Review, MIT’s WiFi networks generally lose 2% of packets — while on a fast train, packet loss is nearer 5%.
    A single dropped packet causes a spike in latency — the receiver has to communicate to the sender that the packet was missing, and can’t do anything until a replacement packet has been received. If there is significant packet loss, this results in a lot of latency, a lot of re-sent data, and ultimately a low-bandwidth connection. This is why wireless adapters (WiFi, LTE, Bluetooth, etc.) negotiate the max speed of the link, as some environments (fast trains, houses with thick walls) are simply too lossy to sustain high throughput.
    A graph that illustrates the effects of packet loss on total throughput of a network link
    A graph that illustrates the effects of packet loss on total throughput of a network link
    The researchers’ creation, coded TCP, is a novel way of transmitting data so that lost packets don’t result in higher latency or re-sent data. While the exact process is being kept secret (and has already been licensed by “several companies”), we can explain the basic process. On a standard TCP link (i.e. your wired LAN or wireless WiFi network), a constant stream of packets (blocks of roughly 1,500 bytes) is transmitted by your network adapter. Each packet has a header that stores the destination IP address, among other things. When a packet passes through a router, the router inspects the header and forwards it towards the destination IP addresses. At the destination, these packets are reassembled into the original file. If a single packet is lost, the recipient has to wait until it can be re-sent.
    With coded TCP, blocks of packets are clumped together and then transformed into algebraic equations that describe the packets. If part of the message is lost, the receiver can solve the equation to derive the missing data. The process of solving the equations is “simple and linear,” meaning it doesn’t require much processing on behalf of the router/smartphone/laptop.
    Light spiralsIn testing, the coded TCP resulted in some dramatic improvements. MIT found that campus WiFi (2% packet loss) jumped from 1Mbps to 16Mbps. On a fast-moving train (5% packet loss), the connection speed jumped from 0.5Mbps to 13.5Mbps.
    To be honest, these improvements aren’t all that surprising. TCP was designed for wired networks, where lost packets are generally a sign of congestion. Wireless networks are in desperate need for forward error correction (FEC), and that’s exactly what coded TCP provides.
    There are caveats to the speed improvement, of course. On a loss-free network, coded TCP won’t do a thing; this innovation isn’t suddenly going to boost the throughput of 802.11n networks from 300Mbps to 3,000Mbps. Loss-free wireless networks are incredibly rare, though — and for cellular networks, where installing more base stations is the very expensive solution to packet loss, coded TCP could be a big boon.
    It’s also worth noting that the researchers haven’t tried a large scale deployment of coded TCP. If everyone on a train, in an airport, or on a cell network suddenly sees a huge boost in connection speed, there could be unforeseen collateral damage.
    Moving forward, coded TCP is being actively licensed to hardware makers, and presumably we could begin to see it in commercial products in fairly short order.

    Fastest Mobile Processor

    The four major ARM chip manufacturers are seeing the tablet revolution and smartphone growth bring great opportunities and the pressure that comes along with it. Nvidia is taking a major lead to start 2011 with their Tegra 2, which is the first dual core processor to make it to the market. It is being featured in a number of products so far.  TI realizes this and is getting the news about its dual core OMAP 4 out at their earnings report.
    With all four chip firms having new dual core options on the way, this is the perfect time to compare their offerings and see what they have in store.When we talk about OMAP, Snapdragon, Tegra, or Hummingbird, we’re really talking about a system-on-a-chip (SoC). There’s more to it than just the clock speed.

    Samsung Announces 8-Core Exynos 5 Octa Mobile Processor, Could Power The Galaxy S4

    If you’ve been using smartphones consistently over the past five or so years, you’ll doubtlessly have noticed that, through generations, they have become considerably faster, and this is due largely to the increase in processing power. Samsung has led the way in terms of delivering stronger, more consistent mobile chips for its array of mobile devices, and with 2013 now upon us, has announced and 8-core Exynos 5 Octa mobile processor.
    The Exynos 5 Octa makes use of ARM’s new ‘big.LITTLE’ processor technology to flit between between two clusters of four cores each. It’s essentially an amalgam of the ARM Cortex-A15 and Cortex-A7, with the former offering raw power and performance whilst the latter supplements by handling the smaller, frequent workloads. This, in turn, improves battery life while making the processor more efficient and well-rounded than any of Samsung’s pre-existing processors.

    It’s important to note that however novel, the Exynos 5 Octa is by no means revolutionary. There are plenty of mobile processors out there which harness the ability to change core functionality such as frequency and voltage at will, but given the popularity of Samsung’s mobile range (notably the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note categories), it’s perhaps more noteworthy than if a rival had announced such a product.
    The fact that common tasks can be handled with the lighter A7 cores has a tremendous, positive impact on battery consumption, and it will be intriguing to see which product will be first to see Exynos 5 Octa. Some are already touting the Galaxy Note III as being Chosen One, but seeing as the Note has traditionally been offered a variant of the preceding Galaxy S’s CPU, it’s less than a likely eventuality at this point.

    Nvidia, Qualcomm Disclose New Mobile Processors Before MWC

    In advance of next week's Mobile World Congress (MWC), both Qualcomm and Nvidia announced new mobile applications processors. In both cases, these weren't the highest-end chips in the line, but were rather designed for more standard smartphones.
    Nvidia took the wraps off its Tegra 4i, its first processor to have an integrated modem on the applications processor. Code-named Project Grey, the Tegra 4i will have four ARM Cortex-A9 CPU cores (plus a low-power version in the company's 4+1 architecture), 60 graphics cores, and an integrated i500 LTE modem. The modem is effectively the same one the company announced at CES last month, based on the Icera software-defined radio technology, but integrated onto a chip.
    Compared with the larger Tegra 4 announced at CES, the 4i uses Cortex A9 cores instead of the newer Cortex-A15 and has 60 graphics cores compared with 72. It does, however, have the integrated modem and can run at up to 2.3GHz versus 1.9GHz, albeit with less graphics capabilities and smaller memory support. It uses the same generation of graphics technology and will also include the company's "Chimera" camera technology that features always on HDR recording of both photos and video. It's a much smaller chip, with a die area of about 60mm² compared with more than 80mm² for both the existing Tegra 3 and the Tegra 4 chip, neither of which has a modem. Thus, the 4i should offer lower cost and better battery life than the older chips. Nvidia says some products with the Tegra 4i could appear by the end of the year, but larger availability is likely to be in the first quarter of 2014. The company showed a reference platform it calls "Phoenix."