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Did you ever forget your phone while keeping the Silent Mode on? Of course you have!! We all have done such things and wasted hours finding the phone. Here in this post we will show you how to find my android phone in Silent Mode On.

If your phone is running on the latest version of Android (Lollipop) then you are in luck! With the lollipop release Google has introduced something called Priority.
Once you click the volume button (Up or Down) the Volume control slider will appear on the top of the screen.


As you can see in the above screenshot, there is a new concept there called Interruption and it has three options on which you can click. They are None, Priority and All. Lets see what each of these options does.

By default Interruption is set to All, this means you will be interrupted by every interruption such as notification (System or App) and Incoming Calls.

This options means you will not get any notification what so ever. Be it an incoming call, an SMS or any other system notification. Alarm will always sound no matter what Priority settings you have, so don’t worry on that part.

This is the most interesting option with which you can be a little creative! Creative as in choosing who can bug you, who can’t!!
Once you click on the Priority button/link, you can see a Gear Icon. Check the first image for details.
Clicking on this will take you to the settings screen.

Priority Settings

Once you are in the Settings screen, check all the options for which you want to get notification like Calendar Events, Incoming Calls, New Messages etc. For solving the puzzle “How to find my android phone in Silent Mode On” here is what you do next.

1. Check the Incoming Calls check box. (If you are thinking What the Hell!! This will enable all incoming calls anyway then I would say Hang on, this is not the end of the world)
2. The moment you check the incoming calls check box you will see the Allowed Contacts section to turn active. (This was earlier grayed out)
3. Click in the Allowed Contacts link
4. Select a particular group. In our case we will chose Favorites. This means when someone from your favorites group calls you, the phone will ring but for everything else if will be Silent.
5. Ensure your secondary phone number is added to the favorites group and you are making a call from this phone.

Allowed Contacts

I hope you find this article helpful. Don’t forget to share it if it helped you.

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I got my MI Band this week (Ordered from AliExpress, took 3 weeks to deliver) and have been using it for the past couple of days now. While some of you are still waiting for the 5/5 date for the Band to go on sale in India, I thought it would be a good idea to share my experience about the MI Band with you all. This review should help you with the decision making “Should I buy Mi Band”. This review is not sponsored by Xiaomi or any other profit making Org, so you can rely on what I say here.

As if you care, but the box in which the MI Band comes is top notch and may remind you Apple packaging as well. It is made of environment friendly material and keeps the band safe and sound within the box. Once you open the box, it has only three things that you care about,
1. The Sensor Capsule
2. The Band (whatever color you chose)
3. The proprietary charging cable.

Charing the Band
Once you take out the capsule from the band, you can figure out pretty easily about how the capsule can fit inside the charging cable. It doesn’t come with a wall charging adapter. Just plug in to some PC via the USB port and you are good. Once it is charged fully it will go on upto 30 days. Which is an amazing thing and no other fitness band can match so far.

App for MI Band
Once the device is charged, the next thing you want to do it download the app for it. It’s called Mi Fit and available on Play Store (Android) and App Store (iOS)
Turn the bluetooth on of your mobile device.
Launch the app.

Pairing the Device
When you launch the app for the first time, it will ask you to login to your Mi Account.
In case you don’t have any MI account already, I strongly suggest you create one and then login to the account.
Head to the settings section and tap on Pair Device.
Just hold the Mi Band close to the phone and rest of the steps should be done automatically in the next 5-10 secs.
The device firmware may also get upgraded the first time you pair it with the app.

What it does?
It monitors your movement and can accurately measure your steps, calories burnt etc.
Tracks your sleep pattern automatically. No need to click anything to activate sleep mode.
You can set alarm on the Mi Band using the app. It vibrates to wake you up.
Set notification alert for your phone events. Like if you don’t observe a phone call which is ringing for last 3 secs, enabling the right setting will set your Mi Band vibrate and alert you about the call.
Customize the notification light of the Mi Band (Blue, Red, Pink and Green)

The Final Verdict
Should I buy Mi Band? Just go for it man, a fitness band that costs less than Rs. 1000, has great build quality, waterproof, tracks activity and sleep, notification alert, alarm etc. (Some extra features if you have a MI phone)
You can’t go wrong with this device. Just buy it.

Let the images do the talking
Profile, Mi Band

Sleep Time, Mi Band

Settings Panel, Mi Band

Sleep Time Details, Mi Band

Sleep Time Details, Mi Band

Sleep Time Details, Mi Band

Step Count, Mi Band

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If you care for your desktop themes and styling a little bit, I am sure there are times when you felt like changing the cursor as well. While in windows, this process is relatively easier, in Ubuntu mouse cursor doesn’t change issue has been there forever.

Now a days Ubuntu provides you tool like “Unity Tweak Tool” where under Appearance section there is a prominent option for Cursor related stuff. Child’s play right.. Well not so much..


Even though you select the desired Cursor from the lot and click on apply, for some strange reason Ubuntu always shows it’s low to the DMZ-White cursor (Default Cursor). Here is how you can fix this problem..

Use the following command in Terminal
sudo update-alternatives –config x-cursor-theme

Then enter the corresponding number for the cursor you like..

To see the changes either restart your computer or use compiz –replace command in terminal window.

If this doesn’t do the trick, here is what you can do to fix this once and for all.
Run the command sudo gedit in terminal and then open the following file in gedit.

Change the cursor name from DMZ-White to whatever you want like Oxy-oxygen (refer the list you got in the command prompt.
To see the changes either restart your computer or use compiz –replace command in terminal window.

Hope this helps in solving the Ubuntu Mouse cursor doesn’t change issue. Don’t forget to like and share this post if it helped. That the

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Microsoft has released another Windows 10 build for the Windows Insider program through the FAST channel. This release brings with it several new features like a transparent Start menu and a lot more. If you are dying to know if Spartan is included in this release, the answer NO, but don’t loose heart. It will be coming very soon.

Here is “How to get Windows 10 Free build 10041″.

To upgrade to the new build, follow the steps below in your current install of Windows 10 to grab the bits.

  • Click on the start menu and in the search box type ‘Windows Update’
  • Choose ‘Windows Update Settings’
  • In the left panel click ‘Preview Builds’
  • Click on the ‘Check’ now.
  • Download the new build


After the build downloads, your machine will begin to install 10041. If you run into any issues while installing the OS, make sure to let us know in the comments below.

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Installing the correct graphics driver for your Ubuntu system is very easy. Only thing you need is an active internet connection in your system running on Ubuntu, for everything else our tutorial will guide you.

How to install Intel or AMD Graphics Driver in Ubuntu
Go to System Settings Tool.
You can do this by either searching for it in the Unity dashboard or it will be there in the Unity App Bar

Click on Software and Updates button on the System Settings Tool.

Once the Software and Updates screen shows up, click on the tab called “Additional Drivers

Here you will be presented with a list showing possibly 3 different flavors of your Graphics Card Driver
1. Generic Version, Ubuntu Tested
2. Regular Updated version from the Graphics Card vendor, Proprietary
3. BETA version from the Graphics Card vendor, Proprietary

Select the one you would like to install and use. I generally choose the 2nd one from the list.

Once you select one and click on Apply Changes, it will download the driver behind the scenes and will install the same for you.
Restart your machine once the installation is complete.

Upon restart you will be able to see the Graphics Card Driver Software is ready and in use.



I hope this post helps you to install Intel or AMD Graphics Driver in Ubuntu 14.04 or 14.10.. This is actual a generic tutorial and will work for any version of Ubuntu…

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After a lot of speculation about the HTC One M9, HTC has just made official at the company’s press event about this phone. What the brand new phone has to offer… Let’s check out the HTC One M9 Specs…

HTC One M9

HTC One M9 Specs
Screen size – 5.0 inches
Screen type – LCD
Resolution – 1920×1080 (1080p)
Pixel density – 441 ppi
SoC Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 810, Octa-core, 2.0 GHz
GPU – Adreno 430
Storage – 32GB
Expansion MicroSD; up to 128GB
Camera 20MP with sapphire lens
Flash Dual-tone LED
Front-facer HTC UltraPixel™ camera; 1080p capture
Battery 2840 mAh
OS Android 5.0 Lollipop with Sense 7
Bands Varies by region
SIM type Nano SIM
Bluetooth Bluetooth® 4.1
WiFi 802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 & 5 GHz)
NFC Included
Infrared Included
Sensors – Accelerometer / Proximity / Ambient light / Gyro / Compass / Magnetic
Build – Aluminum
Dimension 144.6 x 69.7 x 9.61 mm / 157g

What do you think about this brand new phone? Let us know in the comment..