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Samsung, the Korean giant in manufacturers of Smartphone, is getting ready to launch new Smartphone called the Galaxy On8, soon after the successful launch of its Galaxy J7 Prime and the Galaxy J5 Prime in India. This new Smartphone is expected to be made available exclusively on Flipkart online. Its estimated kickoff date is scheduled to be on 2nd of October of this year. Though, unfortunately, very few details of the device Galaxy On8 are known at this juncture, the dedicated page of mobile phones in Flipkart does lost Galaxy On8 Smartphone from Samsung.

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Samsung Galaxy On8 available Exclusively on Flipkart

One of the news from Flipkart confirms that the new Smartphone device of Galaxy On8 would carry Super AMOLED display with full HD screen resolution. More info on the device regarding the specifications, pricing, colour and its features shall soon be available.

The company Samsung recently made the Smartphone Galaxy j5 Prime available at a price tag of Rs. 14790 and the other variant Galaxy j7 Prime was made available for Rs. 18790. These phones were launched last week by the company, and they are the upgraded version of Samsung j5 and Samsung j7 launched in 2016 itself.

Both these devices, Samsung Galaxy j5 Prime and Samsung j7 Prime, have the feature S Power Planning. This is a feature for reserve battery technology useful when the battery is running low. There is also an S Secure feature which allows hiding or locking the apps. The company has also offered a special data offer with Vodafone, wherein the customers can pay for 1 GB data and get 9 GB of data free over three months.

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Apple’s new iPad Air on its launch a week ago made great appeal to people by its sleek design and modern looks. But unfortunately, probably this product is about to get diminished in coming weeks. It was difficult to believe in such piece of news of Apple’s trusted product iPad Air. The iPad Air exploded in Vodaphone’s store in Canbera, Australia. Whole Store was filled with smoke and with continuous stream of sparks flying from charging port of device. The store was evacuated by fire brigade on emergency basis.

Fire brigade extinguished flaming tablet in few minutes. No one was injured in the horrible scene. The iPad Air, could not be resuscitated. The iPad Air product was completely damaged and blackened.

Apple iPad Air

After looking its horrible damaged piece of product from image, the technological experts announced it as extremely damaged piece. The product from the image appeared after fire brigade run into help to extinguish the flaming fire. An Apple employee, reported immediately at Vodafon store to collect the damage product for official investigation on product or so called ‘autopsy’. After investigating more on this scene, the cause of fire was due to faulty overcharge protection circuit.

Lithium polymer batteries of the type installed in iPad Air tends to explode on overcharging. Thus most of similar product does come with a protection circuit. But this iPad Air was no exception; it didn’t receive the standard issue circuit. Apple officials are yet to give statement about the cause of the explosion. This was first publicly known accident involving an Apple tablet.

But now, we guess it’s safe to say that our brand-new iPad Air won’t blow up Apple will surely take step to cure this issue.

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Indian mobile operators have now moved ahead from the usual 2G and 2.5G networks to a faster and better 3G network which uses a bigger bandwidth and has a faster file transfer speeds. Also the networks are more efficient allowing for better voice calls as well. But 3G is mostly used for internet purposes as you can now surf and download at much faster speeds than ever before. So for that we are going to check out the 3G manual settings of all the mobile operators in India.

Do note that these setting work, but you can always get the settings from your network operators itself. These settings will help you if you are not able to reach your network operators customer care or else when they are not prompt enough in their service which regularly happens.

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BSNL:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Connection name – Bsnl3g
Data bearer – Packet data
Access point (APN) – bsnlnet
User name – none
Prompt password no
Authentication- Normal
Homepage- any or http://www.google.com

MTNL:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Connection Name – MTNL
Data Bearer – Packet Data
Access Point Name (APN) – mtnl.net
User Name – leave blank
Password – leave blank
Authentication – Normal

WAP Settings
Home Page – http://wap.mtnl.in
Proxy – Yes
Proxy Server Address – 10.10.10.10
Port – 9401

Airtel:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – AIRTEL
APN-Access Point Names – airtelgprs.com
Access number – *99***1#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication type – normal
Proxy – Disable
Proxy address – 0.0.0.0
Port – 8080
Data Bearer – GPRS or PACKET DATA
DNS1 – 0.0.0.0
DNS2 – 0.0.0.0

Vodafone:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – Vodafone
APN – www
Access Number – *99***1#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – off/Disable
Proxy address – [blank]
Port – [blank]
Data Bearer – PACKET DATA
DNS1 – [blank]
DNS2 – [blank]

Idea:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – IDEA
APN – imis/internet
Access Number – *99# or *99***#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – Enable
Proxy address – 10.4.42.45
Port – 8080
Data Bearer – GPRS/PACKET DATA

Reliance:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – Reliance GSM
APN – rcomnet or smartnet
Access Number – #777
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – none
Proxy – Disable
Proxy address – [blank]

Port – [blank]
Data Bearer – GPRS/PACKET DATA
DNS1 – [blank]
DNS2 – [blank]

Tata DoCoMo:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – TATA DOCOMO
APN – TATA.DOCOMO.INTERNET
Access Number – *99#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – off/Disable
Proxy address – 0.0.0.0
Port – 8080
Data Bearer – GPRS/PACKET DATA
DNS1 – 0.0.0.0
DNS2 – 0.0.0.0

Aircel:

For entering the settings, you need to go into settings -> Phone settings / Configuration -> and then enter the settings given below:

Operator – AIRCEL
APN (prepaid) – aircelgprs.pr
APN (postpaid) – aircelgprs.po
Access Number – *99***1#
Username – [blank]
Password – [blank]
Authentication Type – normal
Proxy – Enable
Proxy address – 192.168.035.201
Port – 8081
Data Bearer – PACKET DATA

We checked out the manual 3G settings of all the mobile operators having 3G networks in India at this very moment. If any future operators arrive, then for them there will be an update, but this way you can be sure that you don’t have to wait for the customer care to reply to you. Also make sure than when you enter these settings, save them as a profile and make them the default settings for all the apps. After this you need to restart the phone so as for the settings to take effect and then you are done. So happy surfing and happy 3G.