Friday, 31 May 2013

Resetting Huawei Unlock Code Counter to Zero

Are you trying to unlock your modem but have used up the number of trials alloted to you to enter the unlock code of the modem before it is locked permanently? If so, you just may be in luck. I have received a lot of requests from people asking for a possible solution to this problem and this made me go into a search for it. And i may have found a solution.

Thursday, 30 May 2013

Using MTN Blackberry Plan on Your Android Phones

In the previous post, how you can go ahead to use Airtel's blackberry subscription on your android phones was discussed. In this post, achieving the same thing ie using MTN's blackberry subscription on your android phones will be discussed.
To go about it, here is what you should do.

Wednesday, 22 May 2013

Suitable Internet Bundles For Your Android Phones in Nigeria

It is well known among android phone users that the android operating system consumes a lot of data. Use of wifi would have been a suitable means of accessing the internet if only wifi hotspots were common in many places within the country. As a result of this, we are left to rely on our mobile telecommunication service providers for internet access.
It has been noticed that blackberry phone users enjoy the cheapest internet service in the country, with the blackberry plans providing more data for lesser costs when compared with smartphone internet plans. Some individuals have been complaining about this fact; why should such plans be available to blackberry phone users while other smartphone users pay more for less? It is known as a fact that blackberry phones offer data compression, thus consuming less data when compared to other phones.
It has however been discovered that the blackberry plans offered by some of the telecom companies in Nigeria, Airtel and MTN in particular, can be utilized on android phones as well. So how do we go about it?

Wednesday, 15 May 2013

Blackberry to make BBM compatible with Android and iOS mobile platforms

BlackBerry Messanger (BBM), the most popular mobile messaging service before the advent of whatsapp, and which had been previously limited to just blackberry phones, will now be made available to other mobile platforms such as android and iOS. This means that once it is implemented, you no longer need to own a blackberry phone in order to make use of the BBM chat application.