Wednesday, August 31, 2016

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List of device which could get Android N 7.0

List of Devices Getting Official Cyanogenmod 14 Rom [CM14] Android Nougat 7.0


Hi guys, in this post we will be sharing the list of the android devices that will be getting the official Cyanogenmod 14 or CM14 update. Since Cyanogenmod is a developer community so, it releases the android update for the devices faster than the official OEM. The Cyanogenmod is pure based on the stock android with lots of sugar added.

This post is all about Official Cyanogenmod 14 rom aka cm14 which will be getting official CM14 rom based on Android Nougat 7.0 .So you are thing that Will my device Get official Cm14 rom ? These device will get official Cm14 rom .This List will include all the popular mobile carrier including, Samsung, HTC, Lenovo, Motorola, Asus, Google Nexus, Huawei, LG, OPPO, Oneplus, Sony, YU, ZTE etc. Download Cm14 android N 7.0 gapps 7.0 and flash the Cm14 rom and you are ready to use Cm14 in your device.
cm14 device list
We have already shared the official Cm13 list of devices which got Official CM13 rom that are listed below.these devices are likely to get official CM14 rom too according to there sequence,Some popular devices might not be listed here do let me know I will update the list.
List of device getting official CM14 Rom
Below are the device which will get official cm14 rom right now they are link to cm13 roms pages
  1. OnePlus One (bacon) (Oneplus Two) (Oneplus 3)
  2. Nexus 7 (deb & flo)
  3. LG G4 (h815)
  4. Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 (mondrianwifi)
  5. LG GPad 7.0 (v400 & v410)
  6. LG G 3Verizon (vs985)
  7. Moto X 2014 (victara)
  8. Nexus 5X
  9. Nexus 6P
  10. HTC One M8
  11. Moto G 1st gen (Not fixed 0)
  12. Moto G 2nd gen
  13. Nexus 6
  14. Nexus 5
  15. Oppo 7A/7S
  16. Moto E 2nd gen [Otus]
  17. HTC One M9 (GSM)
  18. Galaxy S4 (Verizon)
  19. Karbonn Sparkle V
  20. Micromax Canvas A1
  21. Nubia Z9 Max
  22. LG G3 T-Mobile (D851)
  23. LG G3 Canada (D852)
  24. Samsung Galaxy S3 (verizon)
  25. Nexus 9
  26. Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300)
  27. Nexus 4
  28. Sprout 8
  29. Samsung galaxy S4 Mini(LTE/3G)
  30. Mi4 and Mi4W
  31. Samsung galaxy S5/S5 duos (China)
  32. Samsung galaxy S5
  33. Samsung Galaxy S4 [jfltexx]
  34. Moto E 1st gen (Not fixed 0)
  35. Droid 4
  36. DroidRazr
  37. Motorola RAZR
  38. Droid Bionic
  39. Xperia M
  40. Samsung Galaxy S2 (i9100)
  41. Honor 4/4X
  42. Lenovo ZUK Z1
  43. Moto G 3rd Gen
  44. Yu Yunique
  45. Yu Yuphoria
  46. Zenfone 2 Laser/Selfie
  47. LG G3 (D855) Unlocke
  48. LG G3 (D850) AT&T
  49. Samsung Galaxy S4 [T-mobile]
  50. Moto X Play
  51. Yu Yureka
Note:Can’t find your device in the above list do check out this page for requesting your device to be added in the above list.
Official CM14 Request List for Any Android device. We keep on including new device in the list as soon as new devices get official Cm14.
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Saturday, August 27, 2016

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OnePlus One graced with its first Android 7.0 ROM.

Android N has been launched about a week back and recently, Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and few SONY device got their Un-Official builds.

Its now time for a OnePlus device for its 7.0 build.

GET THE ROM HERE : http://forum.xda-developers.com/oneplus-one/orig-development/experimental-unofficial-android-7-0-t3449175/post68398149#post68398149
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Tuesday, August 2, 2016

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Xiaomi Redmi 3S Set to Launch in India Soon

  • 3GB RAM/ 32GB storage variant is priced at roughly Rs. 9,000
  • The Redmi 3S also packs a fingerprint scanner at the back
Chinese handset manufacturer Xiaomi is all set to bring its new Redmi 3 variant, the Redmi 3S, to India. Gadgets 360 has learnt that the Xiaomi Redmi 3S is coming soon to the market though there no clarity on exactly when the handset will be launched.
The Redmi 3S smartphone was launched in China back in June and came in two variants based on memory and inbuilt storage – with the 2GB of RAM with 16GB of inbuilt storage model priced at CNY 699 (approximately Rs. 7,000), and the 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage model priced at CNY 899 (approximately Rs. 9,000).
The Xiaomi Redmi 3S has been so far available in the homeland country and India may be its first overseas market.
For specifications, the Redmi 3S packs an all-new octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor clocked at 1.1GHz clubbed with Adreno 505 GPU. The smartphone supports expandable storage expandable storage via microSD card (up to 128GB). The dual-SIM handset (Micro + Nano) comes with hybrid SIM slot which means the second slot also acts as a microSD slot. One of the biggest improvements over the original Xiaomi Redmi 3 is the Redmi 3S features a fingerprint scanner at the back panel.
The Redmi 3S features a 5-inch HD (720×1280 pixels) IPS display and runs MIUI 7 based on Android 5.1 Lollipop. The smartphone sports a 13-megapixel rear camera with PDAF (phase detection autofocus), f/2.0 aperture, HDR mode, 1080p video recording, and LED flash. The handset also packs a 5-megapixel front camera with 1080p video recording capability.
Connectivity options on the handset include 4G, Wi-Fi, GPRS/ EDGE, Bluetooth, GPS/ A-GPS, Bluetooth, Glonass, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, and Micro-USB. The handset is backed by a 4100mAh battery just like the original Redmi 3. It measures 139.3×69.6×8.5mm and weighs 144 grams. The Xiaomi Redmi 3S is expected to be available in Grey, Silver, and Gold colours.
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Monday, July 25, 2016

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Nexus Sailfish build.prop Leaked, Specs Revealed.!


Assuming the build.prop is legitimate (and we have few reasons to believe otherwise, given @EvLeaks’ track record), we can expect the Sailfish Nexus to have a 1080p display indeed. This is confirmed by the line that reads ro.5F.1cd_density=420 which indicates that the DPI is 420 and functioning in the scale of full HD resolutions. It’s also nice to know that, out of the box, this 5 inch phone will have a more information-dense display as opposed to devices with 480 DPI by default — but even then, remember Nougat lets you tweak this.
It’s also worth pointing out that if the screen is indeed AMOLED, and pentile, the 1080p display will mean a lower effective resolution, meaning that the ~440ppi would be virtually unattainable. Given the Sailfish’s lower screen size, it’d still fare better than devices like the OnePlus 3 in this regard, but the lower resolution does make it sound like this device won’t be quite optimal for Google’s Daydream VR platform debuting with Nougat, even if it meets other display requirements by virtue of its AMOLED panel.
Another interesting tidbit is that the Sailfish will indeed sport a Snapdragon 820, at least by the looks of it and assuming this build.prop has come from a near-final prototype with the final SoC in place. The build.prop reads ro.board.platform=msm8996, meaning Snadpragon 820, which is in turn consistent with earlier allegations and also puts more skepticism on the rumors suggesting a Snapdragon 821 chipset, which was announced very recently and after many of those rumors had found their way online. However, the Snapdragon 801 back in the day had the same platform name (MSM8974) as the Snapdragon 800, so there is still hope.
Finally, we can see in the line that says ro.build.version.security_patch=2016.08.05 that the security patch for the phone is that of August, next month. This does not necessarily confirm that an August release date is certain, but it is curious given that Nougat was releasing near the end of the Summer (for the U.S.) and various rumors suggested the same.
As a final note of caution, it is possible that this is not the build.prop of the final Nexus Sailfish coming our way sometime in the upcoming months. But by the looks of it the build.prop is consistent with both what you’d expect out of the file and previous leaks and rumors on the matter. If you want to take a deeper look, u/MikeTizen has also posted a cleaned up build.prop for you to read through in case you are interested.

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Saturday, July 9, 2016

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Free fast coins in Pokemon GO

Pokemon GO is a free to play, but there are few items in the shop which can be bought only with PokeCoins. The PokeCoins can either be earned in the game or can be Purchased for Real-money. If you follow our Pokemon GO guide then there's no need to purchase the PokeCoins with your hard earned money. So without any further ado, let's begin with the Earning Fast PokeCoins.
How to Earn PokeCoins

How to Earn Fast and Free PokeCoins

There are 3 different ways to earn free PokeCoins:

Visit PokeStops

Once you start the game your GPS will start locating the nearby Pokemon Gym, Grass field(for wild Pokemon), PokeStops and much more. The PokeStop will normally pop-up near the crowded places and they are also known as an easy source for rewards. Once you're at the PokeStop, spin the image with the touchpad. After spinning an item will appear on the screen and this item is nothing but a reward which is added to your inventory.
Note: The PokeStop will re-up every 10-12 minutes so don't forget to re-collect the free stuff.

Defend the Gym

Gyms in Pokemon GO are the special points of interest players will be looking for as soon as they capture the Pokemon and Level up. But there is time when you need to defend your Gym from the Rivals. Once you capture a Gym you need to assign a dedicated Pokemon to defend it and every time your Pokemon successfully defends, you get the Defense Bonus. You can also Stationed your Pokemon in Friendly Gym.
Daily each Stationed Pokemon will reward you 10 Gold PokeCoins and 500 Stardust. No need to be a Loyal Gym Leader to earn this bonus unless your Pokemon is on it. If you have at least 10 Gyms claimed then every day you can make up to 100 PokeCoins and 5000 Stardust. In order to Collect the reward, you must visit the Shop and click on the 'Shield' icon.

Purchase Via Real Cash

This is easy and we don't want to follow it unless it's very Important. The PokeStop has number of items like Potions, Revives, but here is the rare list of items which even PokeStops cannot provide:
  • Egg Incubator(Limit 3 Use) - 150 PokeCoins
  • Inventory Bag Upgrade - 200 PokeCoins
  • Pokemon Storage Upgrade - 200 PokeCoins
  • PokeBalls(Unit: 20/100/200) - 100/460/800 PokeCoins
  • Incense(Unit: 1/8/25) - 80/500/1250 PokeCoins
  • Lucky Eggs(Unit: 1/8/25) - 80/500/1250 PokeCoins
  • Lure Modules(Unit: 1/8) - 100/680 PokeCoins
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Pokémon GO global rollout.



The global rollout of Pokémon GO has been halted. If you’ve already managed to install the game you’ve probably come across server delay screens already Well, that’s the culprit. Pokémon GO has been so popular that its developer Niantic Labs’ servers can’t keep up with demand.

So rather than melt their servers down with even more players, Niantic has perhaps wisely opted to halt the rollout of its apparently-the-best-mobile-game-ever until it can catch up with demand. Niantic confirmed as much in a recent tweet.
As Niantic Labs’ CEO, John Hanke, told Businesas Insider, the global rollout will be “paused until we’re comfortable”. So for now, unless you live in the U.S., Australia or New Zealand, you’re going to be waiting a little while before you can start roaming the streets, staring into your phone while on the lookout for pocket monsters. When it does happen for your country though, you’ll know.
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Friday, July 8, 2016

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Download and play Pokemon Go right now


How to download and play Pokemon Go right now

Pokémon Go is Nintendo's first foray into augmented reality apps for Apple and Android devices, and although most of the world can't wait to catch Pokémon on their smartphones, for the moment Pokémon Go has only officially released in the US, Australia and New Zealand, with Pokémon fans in the UK, Japan and the rest of the world having to wait.
Pokémon Go is proving to be hugely popular, so if you're unable to connect to the server, check out the Pokémon Go Server Status page to make sure the server is online. If it's not, that may be why you cannot connect to Pokémon Go.
The good news is that if you're in the US you can now officially download Pokémon Go for Android devices and for Apple iOS devices as well.
However, there is a way for you to play Pokémon Go right now without having to wait for it to launch in your location, and we show you how to download Pokémon Go for both Android and iOS devices.
Read on to find out how to get Pokémon Go without having to wait.

How to download Pokémon Go for Android

If you want to play Pokémon Go on your Android device, and you're not in a country that has made Pokémon Go available through the Google Play store, then the following instructions will show you how to download it from a third-party website.

Download the Pokémon Go APK file

First you need to allow your Android device to install and run apps downloaded from other places. Be cautious when you turn on this setting, as you'll want to make sure you only download apps you know are safe and reliable.
How to download and play Pokemon GO right now
Open up Settings and go to Security. Scroll down and next to where it says 'Unknown sources', tap the toggle to turn this setting on.
Now you need to download the Pokémon Go APK file. On your Android device go to the Pokémon Go APK webpage and tap on 'Download APK'. Select 'OK' when the warning message appears and Pokémon Go will download.
How to download and play Pokemon GO right now
Once it's downloaded, swipe your finger down from the top of your Android device to see the notification area and select the Pokémon Go file, then select 'Install'.
Pokémon Go will now install, letting you play right now. Happy hunting!

How to download and install Pokémon Go on iPhone

If you have an iPhone or another iOS device, then the process for getting Pokémon Go is slightly different.
While Pokémon Go is available on the App Store, if it's not available in your country follow our instructions on how to download and install it.

Log out of your Apple ID

First of all, you'll need to make your iPhone belive you're in a region that can download Pokémon Go. Open up Settings on your iPhone, tap on 'Apple ID' and select to sign out.
Now go back into Settings and select General > Language & Region. Set your region as US, New Zealand or Australia - all of these regions can download Pokémon Go.
How to download and play Pokemon Go right now

Open up the App Store

Now open up the App Sotre. Search for Pokémon Go and it should appear. If it doesn't choose a free app to download and select 'Create new Apple ID'.
Go through the process of creating an Apple ID and select 'None' in the Billing menu and add a US, New Zealand or Australian address. Google can come in handy here if you need to search for an address.
How to download and play Pokemon Go right now

Download Pokémon Go onto your iPhone

Now you can download and install Pokémon Go onto your iPhone or iPad. Once Pokémon Go is released in your region you can sign back in with your Apple ID - though you may need to reinstall Pokémon Go.
Luckily your data is saved to the cloud, so you'll be able to play Pokémon Go where you left off.
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Tuesday, July 5, 2016

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iPhone 7 Release Date, Specifications, and All Other Rumours



  • Apple iPhone 7 is expected to come with a Smart Connector.
  • The antenna bands may shift to the top and bottom edges.
  • The larger variant is tipped to sport a dual camera setup.

Apple suppliers Foxconn and Pegatron are mass hiring workers urgently, leaks are flowing in full force, and theiPhone 7 countdown has officially begun. The most anticipated smartphone of the year is scheduled for its traditional September release, but the rumour mills have already begun toiling relentlessly to give us even the tiniest pieces of information.
Gathering from these leaks, the iPhone 7 is not expected to see any major design tweaks, except for a minor few. However, there are some significant changes that are worth a mention. We compile all the rumours and leaks that have surfaced online so far, and give you a comprehensive list of all that is expected to come with the iPhone 7 this year.
Three variants
In 2013, Apple released two iPhones for the first time – the iPhone 5s and 5c. The following year saw a major design overhaul with Apple ditching its 4-inch smartphone size entirely, and releasing two smartphones in different sizes, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. Last year, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were released with software upgrades. However this year, Apple is reportedly taking it a notch further and is tipped to launch three variants namely iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and the iPhone 7 Pro/Plus Premium. And as we head towards the actual launch, yet another report is tipping the presence of three variants – the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 7 Pro.
32GB base storage variant
Apple is rumoured to finally be doing away with the 16GB base storage variant, and replacing it with a 32GB option. The company first introduced the 16GB variant in 2008, and it has remained as the base model ever since the iPhone 5 in 2012. With the rise of the app culture, alongside 4K recording capabilities, this shift to a 32GB base model makes sense in more ways than one.
256GB top storage variant
Alongside the 32GB base storage variant, Apple is reportedly also planning to bump up the storage on the top model – taking it up to 256GB. With the iPhone series legendarily eschewing support for a microSD card, this bump up should help power users get the most out of their iOS powered mobile. However, for now, it is uncertain whether the top variant would only be available on the iPhone 7 Plus or iPhone 7 Pro, or whether it would extend to the smaller screened iPhone 7. A new report tips that the iPhone 7 will be available in 32GB, 64GB, and 256GB variants, while the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro will be available in 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB variants.
Antenna bands
The antenna bands at the back are expected to disappear, giving the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus a sleek simple mono-coloured back design. Leaks suggest that the bands will be shifted to the top and bottom edges instead. A more recent rear panel leak once again points to this.
Smart Connector
There are conflicting rumours on this one. Some reports suggest that the iPhone 7 will come with theSmart Connector first introduced with the iPad Pro for connecting the Smart Keyboard Cover and other accessories like charging docks, while other leaks have shown no presence of the Smart Connector. It remains to be seen if the Smart Connector will make its way on to the iPhone 7, even if it’s just the top end variant.
3.5mm headphone jack
This has been rumoured for a while now. Apple is reportedly considering giving the 3.5mm headphone jack a miss to make the next iPhone much slimmer than its predecessors. Other reasons may include providing a better quality audio experience to users via the Lightning port. If introduced, the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack it may be the single biggest difference for consumers. Rumours of a Bluetooth or Lightning-powered set of EarPods have accompanied these leaks. Another reportindicates Apple will ship a Lightning-to-3.5mm adapter alongside regular 3.5mm EarPods to buyers this generation, whilst removing the 3.5mm jack. A recent leak also showed Lightning-powered EarPods in a leaked image.
Dual SIM iPhone?A recent report tips that Apple will for the first time include a dual-SIM iPhone in its lineup, though the same report also claims the 3.5mm headphone jack will remain – contradicting several other reports.
Dual camera
While the iPhone 7 will stick to a single camera lens, the dual camera setup is expected to be embedded in the larger iPhone 7 Plus. This will be the first time Apple dabbles in the dual camera feature, and it will be interesting to see how the dual camera setup changes the quality of the pictures produced, from better low-light performance to improved colour accuracy and faster autofocus. A recent case render also tipped the dual camera setup on the iPhone 7 Plus, alongside inclusion of the Smart Connector. The latest leaks claiming to show the back panels of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus corroborate the rumours.
Deep Blue or Space Black colour variant
Apple is reportedly also looking to introduce a Deep Blue colour variant with the iPhone 7 this year, and, dramatically, discontinue the popular Space Grey colour variant. The same publication soon said Apple will introduce a Space Black colour instead, replacing Space Grey.
3GB of RAM
To accommodate the dual camera setup, the iPhone 7 Plus will increase its RAM size to 3GB. There is no information whether the base iPhone 7 variant will receive the bump, but we sure hope it does.
Stereo speakers
A few images have been leaked showing speaker grilles on both the sides of the Lightning port hinting that the iPhone 7 might come with stereo speakers.
Four speakers
A recent leak has tipped that the iPhone 7 will come with two sets of stereo speakers, like the iPad Pro, on the top and bottom panels of the smartphone.
Optical image stabilisation
While the iPhone 7 Plus is tipped to sport a dual camera setup, both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus variants are tipped to come with optical image stabilisation (OIS).
Slimmer than predecessor
The iPhone 7 is expected to be 1mm slimmer than its predecessor. This can happen only if Apple ditches the 3.5mm audio jack. Currently, the iPhone 6s is 7.1mm thin. The iPhone 7’s metal build, height, width, and design profile will stay the same.
Force Touch home button
A recent leak tips that Apple may use its Force Touch technology on the iPhone 7’s home button. The report claims that Apple is redesigning the physical home button to replace it with one that sits flush with the body, and provides haptic feedback.
Price
Apple is expected to keep the same price points as previous generations for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, with of course a large premium for the top-end 256GB variant. The iPhone 7 Pro on the other hand is expected to begin from CNY 7,088 (roughly Rs. 72,900) for the 32GB model, and go up to CNY 8,888 (roughly Rs. 91,200) for the 256GB model.
Minor changes only
A recent report tips that Apple will be making only minor changes to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus compared to previous generations, with the major changes due only with the 2017 iPhone, such as an Oled display, and a fingerprint sensor integrated onto the display.
Needless to say, the iPhone 7 leaks will continue to pour in, and more information on the smartphone will be revealed in the coming months. However, it is recommended to take all these leaks lightly, until the official iPhone 7 launch in September – still widely held to be the launch month for this year’s iPhone models.
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Monday, July 4, 2016

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New Pascal GTX 1060 Leaked.!

The GTX 1080 and GTX 1070 launched a couple of weeks back with promising specs.

Then there was the AMD RX480 launched  with a price point of $200 and claimed to outperform the GTX 1070(which it doesnt).

There are rumors floating all over the internet about the new GTX 1060 to be released by NVIDIA, we yet dont know if its true at all or not, but if NVIDIA launches the GTX1060, it'll for sure get the RX480 without any doubt considering the price and what it'll offer.

If you want to know more on the GTX 1060, watch this video which explains more on that : 


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Thursday, June 30, 2016

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HTC Nexus “Marlin” Specs Revealed - Huge Leak.!

We know that there are rumors of a new Nexus in making by HTC this year.
The Specs are leaked which includes :


  • Quad-core Qualcomm processor
  • 5.5-inch QHD (2560×1440) AMOLED display
  • USB-C port
  • 12-megapixel rear camera; 8-megapixel front
  • Rear-mounted fingerprint scanner
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 3450mAh battery
  • Bottom-firing speakers
  • 32GB/128GB of internal storage
  • Bluetooth 4.2


The Snapdragon chip is not specified, but i'll most likely be the Snapdragon 820 or 821 chip.

As a refresher, the “Sailfish” will reportedly have a 5-inch 1080p AMOLED display, quad-core processor, 4GB of RAM, 2770mAh battery, 32/128GB of storage, 12-megapixel rear camera, USB-C, and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. (Previously leaked device).
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