Erich

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Date registered: December 13, 2021

Latest posts

  1. Carrier Unlock Blacklisted Phone — June 6, 2022
  2. Steps to Enable Caller ID & Spam Protection on Android — April 13, 2022
  3. Unlocking Dual Sim Card Phones Using IMEI Number? — March 29, 2022
  4. Things to do if your iPhone is stolen or lost — March 15, 2022
  5. Guide to enable or disable random MAC addresses on smartphones — February 26, 2022

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Jun 06

Carrier Unlock Blacklisted Phone

As a result of the high cost of new smartphones in today’s market, purchasing a pre-owned model may be the most financially advantageous choice. However, how can you be sure that a secondhand phone has not been blacklisted? In the upcoming sections, we will discuss what to do if you find or buy a blacklisted …

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Apr 13

Steps to Enable Caller ID & Spam Protection on Android

In the future, people will be able to access unlimited amounts of data at any time. It’s sometimes very important that you have quick access to important information in both your work and personal lives. An example of this is how caller ID came to be and how it is used today. What is Caller …

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Mar 29

Unlocking Dual Sim Card Phones Using IMEI Number?

Difference between a dual-SIM phone and a single-SIM phone? Dual-SIM phones allow you to utilize two SIM cards in one phone. A single SIM device, on the other hand, just has one SIM card slot. To utilize the dual SIM option if it’s available, you’ll need an unlocked phone. One of the main reasons to …

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Mar 15

Things to do if your iPhone is stolen or lost

Losing or having an iPhone stolen is an unpleasant experience that no one wants to go through. Aside from the confusion and despair that comes with losing a phone, there are also the ramifications of losing data and security, the possibility of identity theft, and the price of buying a new phone. However, if your …

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Feb 26

Guide to enable or disable random MAC addresses on smartphones

A MAC address, or media access control address, is a one-of-a-kind identification for a device’s network interface card or a network adapter. It’s a 12-digit hexadecimal number with colons or hyphens separating every two digits. Consider the following scenario: 4c:0d:54:05:88:c9. When searching for new networks, Android 8.0 introduces the usage of randomized MAC addresses instead …

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