Android

FULL FORM OF MOBILE RELATED WORDS

( function() {
if (window.CHITIKA === undefined) { window.CHITIKA = { ‘units’ : [] }; };
var unit = {“calltype”:”async[2]”,”publisher”:”anupsthapa”,”width”:728,”height”:90,”sid”:”Chitika Default”};
var placement_id = window.CHITIKA.units.length;
window.CHITIKA.units.push(unit);
document.write(‘

‘);
}());

//cdn.chitika.net/getads.js

image

Also visitw

ww.anupsthapa.com

1G – First Generation
2.5G – Second and a half generation
2G – Second Generation
3G – Third Generation
3GPP – 3rd Generation Partnership Project
3GPP2 – 3rd Generation Partnership Project
4G – Fourth Generation
AAA – Authentication Authorization, Account
ACC – Analog Control Channel
AMPS – Advanced Mobile Phone Service
APN – Access Point Name.
AUC – Authentication Center
BC – Billing Center
BCH – Broadcast Channel
BER – Bit Error Rate
BS – Base Station
BSC – Base Station Controller
BTS – Base Transceiver Station
CBR – Constant Bit Rate
CDG – CDMA Development Group
CDMA – Code Division Multiple Access
CDMA2000 – Code Division Multiple Access…
CDR – Call Detail Record
CN – Core Network
D/R – Distance to Reuse Ratio
DAMPS – Digital Advance Mobile Phone Service
DCC – Digital Color Code
DTA – Data Transfer Adapter
DTC – Digital Traffic Channel
EDGE – Enhanced Data for Global Evolution
EDI – Electronic Data Interchange
EIR – Equipment Identity Register
ESMR – Enhanced Specialized Mobile Radio
ETACS – Extended TACS
ETDMA – Extended Time Division Multiple Access
FDD – Frequency Division Duplex
FDM – Frequency Division Multiplexing
FDMA – Frequency Division Multiple Access
FM – Frequency Modulation
FSK – Frequency Shift Keying
FTMD – Full Track Music Download
GGSN – Gateway GPRS Support Node
GMSC – Gateway Mobile Switching Center
GMSK – Gaussian Minimum Shift Keying
GPRS – General Packet Radio Service
GPS – Global Positioning System
GSM – Global System for Mobile Communication
GSN – GPRS Support Node
HLR – Home Location Register
HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.
IC – Interchange Carrier
iDEN – Integrated Dispatch Enhanced Network
IMEI – International Mobile Equipment Identity
IM – Instant Messenger.
IP – Internet Protocol.
IMSI – International Mobile Subscriber Identity
ITU – International Telecommunication Union
IVRS – Interactive Voice Response System
IWF – Inter Working Function
LBS – Location-Based Services
LCD = Liquid Crystal Display.
LMR – Land Mobile Radio
MC – Message Center
MC – Multi Carrier Mode
MCS – Mobile Cellular System
ME – Mobile Equipment
MIN – Mobile Identification Number
MIRS – Motorola Integrated Radio system
MSC – Mobile Station Class
MSC – Mobile Switching Center
MTS – Mobile Telephone Service
NAMPS – Narrowband Advanced Mobile Phone Service
NMT – Nordic Mobile Telephone
NPDB – Number Portability Database
NTACS – Narrowband Total Access Communication Service
PAD – Packet Assembler And Disassembler
PCM – Pulse Coded Modulation
PCN – Personal Communications Network
PCS – Personal Communication Services
PDA – Personal Digital Assistant
PDC – Personal Digital Cellular
PDSN – Packet Data Switched Network
PIN – Personal Identification Number
PUK – PIN Unblocking Key
PM – phase modulation
PM – pulse modulation
PN – Packet Number
PN – pseudorandom noise
PPDN – Public Packet Data Network
PSTN – Public Switched Telephone Network
PTT – Post Telephone and Telegraph
PTT – Push to Talk
QoS – Quality of Service
RAN – Radio Access Network
RNC – Radio Network Controller
SCH – Synchronization Channel
SDMA – Spatial Division Multiple Access
SGSN – Serving GPRS Support Node
SIM – Subscriber Identity Module
SIS – Subscriber Identity Security
SMS – Short Message Service
SMSC – Short Message Service Center
TACS – Total Access Communications System
TCH – traffic channel
TD-SCDMA – Time Division Synchronous Cod…
TDD – Time Division Duplex
TDMA – Time Division Multiple Access
TFT – Thin Film Transistor
TIA – Telecommunications Industry Association
UE – User Equipment
UMTS – Universal Mobile Telecommunication System
UPR – User Performance Requirements
URL = Uniform Resource Locator.
USB – Universal Serial Bus
VLR – Visitor Location Register
VMS – Voice Mail System
WAP = Wireless Application Protocol.
WCDMA – Wideband Code Division Multiple Access
WLAN – Wireless Local Area Network
WWW = World Wide Web.

COMPUTER RELATED FULL FROM

image

PC : PERSONAL COMPUTER
CPU : CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT
OS : OPERATING SYSTEM
UPS : UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY
RAM : RANDOM-ACCESS MEMORY
ROM : READ-ONLY MEMORY
LCD : LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY
LED : LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE
NTFS : NEW TECHNOLOGY FILE SYSTEM
FAT : FILE ALLOCATION TABLE
DOC : DOCUMENT
TXT = TEXT
MS : MICROSOFT
SD : SECURE DIGITAL
MMC : MULTIMEDIA CARD
CD : COMPACT DISC
DVD : DIGITAL VERSATILE DISC
BRD – BD : BLU-RAY DISC
ISO : INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION
DB : DATABASE
IC : INTEGRATED CIRCUIT
SYS : SYSTEM
CONFIG : CONFIGURATION
CTRL : CONTROL
ALT : ALTERNATE
ESC : ESCAPE
DEL : DELETE
NUM LOCK : NUMBER LOCK
FN : FUNCTION
PrtScn = Prt Scr = Print Scrn = Prt Scn = Prt Sc = Prt Scrn = Prnt Scrn : PRINT SCREEN
SysRq : SYSTEM REQUEST
ScrLk : SCROLL LOCK
PgUp : PAGE UP
PgDn : PAGE DOWN
Ins : INSERT
WINXP : WINDOWS XP
WIN7 : WINDOWS 7
SP : SERVICE PACK
CMD : COMMAND
TEMP : TEMPORARY
WMP : WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER
MP3 : MOVING PICTURE EXPERTS GROUP PHASE 3 (MPEG-3)
MPEG : MOVING PICTURE EXPERTS GROUP PHASE (MPEG)
MPEG 1 : MOVING PICTURE EXPERTS GROUP PHASE 1 (MPEG-1)
MPEG 2 : MOVING PICTURE EXPERTS GROUP PHASE 2 (MPEG-2)
JPG : JOINT PHOTOGRAPHIC EXPERTS GROUP
AVI : AUDIO VIDEO INTERLEAVE
WMV : WINDOWS MEDIA VIDEO
GIF : GRAPHICS INTERCHANGE FORMAT
RGB : RED – GREEN – BLUE
CMYK : CYAN – MAGENTA – YELLOW – KEY (BLACK)
ACPI : ADVANCED CONFIGURATION AND POWER INTERFACE
APM : ADVANCED POWER MANAGEMENT
REGEDIT : REGISTRY EDITOR
PRO : PROFESSIONAL
BAT : BATCH
GPEDIT : GROUP POLICY EDITOR
OSK : ON-SCREEN KEYBOARD
COM : COMPONENT OBJECT MODEL
USB : UNIVERSAL SERIAL BUS
IT : INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
NET : INTERNET
IP : INTERNET PROTOCOL
AP : ACCESS POINT
DNS : DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM
HTTP : HYPERTEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL
HTTPS : HYPERTEXT TRANSFER PROTOCOL SECURE
HTML : HYPERTEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE
PHP : HYPERTEXT PREPROCESSOR
XML : EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE
CSS : CASCADING STYLE SHEETS
ASP : ACTIVE SERVER PAGES
SQL : STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE
WWW : WORLD WIDE WEB
.COM : COMMERCIAL
.NET : NETWORK
.ORG : ORGANIZATION
.EDU : EDUCATIONAL
.GOV : GOVERMENTAL
.INFO : INFORMATION
.BIZ : BUSINESS
.BD : BANGLADESH
.US : UNITED STATE
.UK : UNITED KINGDOM
TLD : TOP-LEVEL DOMAIN
DL : DOWNLOAD
UL : UPLOAD
PR : PAGE RANK
SEO : SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION
CEO : CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
E-MAIL : ELECTRONIC MAIL
SMS : SHORT MESSAGE SERVICE
MMS : MULTIMEDIA MESSAGING SERVICE
PW – PASS – P.CODE – CODE : PASSWORD
AP : ALERTPAY
MB : MONEYBOOKERS
PP : PAYPAL
LR : LIBERTY RESERVE
INFO : INFORMATION
LAN : LOCAL AREA NETWORK
WLAN : WIRELESS LOCAL AREA NETWORK
NAT : NETWORK ADDRESS TRANSLATION
UPDATE : UP-TO-DATE
IDM : INTERNET DOWNLOAD MANAGER
DAP : DOWNLOAD ACCELERATOR PLUS
KB : KILOBYTE
MB : MEGA BYTE
GB : GIGA BYTE
GiB : GIBI BYTE
TB : TERA BYTE
TiB : TEBI BYTE
PB : PETA BYTE
PiB : PEBI BYTE
EB : EXA BYTE
EiB : EXBI BYTE
ZB : ZETTA BYTE
ZiB : ZEBI BYTE
YB : YOTTA BYTE
YiB : YOBI BYTE
GOOGLE : GOOGLE IS NOT AN ABBREVIATION . IT IS DISTORTED FORM OF GOOGOL NUMBER (10 TO THE POWER OF 100) , THAT IS 1 FOLLOWED BY 100 ZEROS (0) .
YAHOO : YET ANOTHER HIERARCHICAL OFFICIOUS ORACLE
INTEL : INTEGRATED ELECTRONICS
HP : HEWLETT PACKARD
LG : LIFE’S GOOD
IBM : INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES
IPV4 : INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 4
IPV6 : INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 6
WI-FI : WIRELESS FIDELITY
VOIP : VOICE OVER INTERNET PROTOCOL
RSS : REALLY SIMPLE SYNDICATION
URL : UNIFORM RESOURCE LOCATOR or UNIVERSAL RESOURCE LOCATOR
FAQ : FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
DMCA : DIGITAL MILLENNIUM COPYRIGHT ACT
ISP : INTERNET SERVICE PROVIDER
SAME THINGS DIFFRENT NAME :
* FLASH DRIVE = THUMB DRIVE = PEN DRIVE + USB DRIVE
* TURN OFF = SHUTDOWN
* REBOOT = RESTART
* LOG IN = LOGIN = LOG ON
* MPEG = MPG = MP1 = MP2 = MP3 = M1V = M1A = M2A = MPA = MPV (FILENAME EXTENSION)
* JPG = JPEG = JPE = JIF = JFIF = JFI

<End>

FACEBOOKSYMBOLS

image

It’s very simple.
First press the Alt key & then respective
numbers like below, without ‘+’ sign
Alt + 1 =☺
Alt + 2 = ☻
Alt + 3 = ♥
Alt + 4 = ♦
Alt + 5 = ♣
Alt + 6 = ♠
Alt + 7 = •
Alt + 8 = ◘
Alt + 9 = ○
Alt + 10 = ◙
Alt + 11 = ♂
Alt + 12 = ♀
Alt + 13 = ♪
Alt + 14 = ♫
Alt + 15 = ☼
Alt + 16 = ►
Alt + 17 = ◄
Alt + 18 = ↕
Alt + 19 = ‼
Alt + 20 = ¶
Alt + 21 = §
Alt + 22 = ▬
Alt + 23 = ↨
Alt + 24 = ↑
Alt + 25 = ↓
Alt + 26 = →
Alt + 27 = ←
Alt + 28 = ∟
Alt + 29 = ↔
Alt + 30 = ▲

NOKIA MONILE SECRET CODES

image

service codes
*#06# – Shows your International Mobile
Equipment Identity (IMEI) number.
*#92702689# – takes you to a secret menu
where you may find some of the information
below:
1. Displays Serial Number.
2. Displays the Month and Year ofManufacture
3. Displays (if there) the date where the phone
was purchased(MMYY)
4. Displays the date of the last repair – if found
(0000)
5. Shows life timer of phone (time passes since
last start)
to exit this mode you have to switch your
phone off then on again.
*#2820# – Shows BlueTooth Address for cell
phones with Bluetooth.
*#7780# – Normal reset, restore your cell
phone to factory settings.
*#7370# – Deep reset, restore cell phone to
factory settings and format all user data.
*#0000# – Shows your cell phone’s firmware
version.
*3370# – Activates Enhanced Full Rate codec
(EFR) (your cell phone uses the best sound
quality but talk time is reduced by approx. 5%).
#3370# – Deactivate Enhanced Full Rate codec
(EFR).
*4720# – Activate Half Rate codec (your cell
phone uses a lower quality sound but you
should gain approx. 30% more talk time).
#4720# – Deactivate the Half Rate codec.

SAMSUNG MOBILE SECRET CODE

image

Samsung Cell Phones Top Secret Codes
Samsung secret
service codes
– IMEI code: *#06#
– Help Menu:*#9998*4357#
– Java menu (GRPS/CSD settings for JAVA server):
*#9998*5282#
– Monitor Mode: *#9999#0#
– Software Version: *#9999# or *#9998*9999#
– Hardware Version: *#8888# or *#
9998*8888#
– Sim Infos: *#9998*746# or *#9998*0746#
or *#0746#
– Display Contrast: *#9998*523# or *#
9998*0523# or *#0523#
– Vibration On (until you push OK): *#
9998*842# or *#9998*0842# or *#0842#
– Buzzer On (until you push OK): *#9998*289#
or *#9998*0289# or *#0289#
– Battery & Field Infos: *#9998*288# or *#
9998*0288# or *#0288#
– Error log: *#9998*377# or *#9998*0377#
– Sim Service table:*#9998*778# or *#
9998*0778# or *#0778#
– Show date and alarm clock: *#9998*782#
– Show network information: *#8999*638#
– Change operator logo at startup: *#
9998*5646#
– Production number: *#9998*76#
– View melody for alarm: *#9998*968#
– Non-Volatile Memory (NVM): *#9998*585#
– Digital Audio Interference Off: *#3243948#
– Digital Audio Interference On: *#32436837#

Tech support

<!–more-->

One comment on “Android

Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s