TUT for a818 “no root screenshot it” Credit to Jhay Bongat

TUT for a818 “no root screenshot it”

ito ang dalawang bagay na kailangan natin para mag work ang screen shot..

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?j8aylwkc2lr8600 (install sa cellphone)

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?rcwtg1l5z25ldu4 (for windows)

 

  • install  usb driver for myhone a818
  • enable “USB debugging” on your phone Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging.
  • install niyo na din yung screenshot enabler sa pc pagkatapos
  • ikabit na ang usb cable sa phone.. pay may nag pop up “turn on usb storage” wag niyo lang i on..
  • open niyo na yung install niyo na “no root screenshot” sa phone niyo
  • tapos run niyo na yung “screenshot enabler” sa computer tapos click “enable screentshot it”
  • antayin matapos mag initialize ma prompt naman kung ok na..
  • try niyo na mag screenshot..
  • enjoy

 

Sample Screenshot

Free Applications to Android Phone A818 or Either TS1 Also

GetJar

Screen shot 2011 01 09 at 12.54.55 260x183 6 Alternatives to the Android Market GetJar  bills itself as “The world’s second largest app store with over 1 billion downloads to date, second only to the Apple App Store”. The store support Android, BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, iPhone and Symbian platforms. You can filter down to just the Android apps by setting your phone type in the top right-hand corner of the screen.

GetJar was the first place you could download the Android version of Angry Birds, before even the official Market. The game’s developer, Rovio cited GetJar’s global reach as the reason for its choice. Other exclusive launches include the Android version of iPhone game Slice It!, while the company recently took the interestingapproach  of paying developers up-front for games and then giving them away to customers for free.

AppBrain

Screen shot 2011 01 09 at 12.53.54 260x151 6 Alternatives to the Android Market Rather than selling apps directly itself,AppBrain  is an alternative way of browsing the official Android Market. Given that Google still doesn’t have a comprehensive way of searching the Market from a browser, AppBrain is incredibly useful for hunting down interesting apps on a larger screen.

Once you’ve found an app you like, click ‘Install’ on the website and the companion AppBrain app on your phone helps you through the process of installing it, including the usual payment options if required. It’s worth noting, though, that AppBrain only lists applications that are available in the US and that are compatible with Android version 1.6 and above for devices with certain screen sizes. That means that if you’re outside the US, apps you select on AppBrain may not actually be available to you to install.

SlideME

Screen shot 2011 01 09 at 12.45.15 260x179 6 Alternatives to the Android Market SlideME  lets you browse its catalogue of apps online or via an installable app called SAM that runs the whole experience on your Android device. This market focuses on promoting the work of small, independent developers. One advantage of this is that it’s a good place for publishers to scout out developer talent early, and app developers can be contacted directly via SlideME.

Free apps can be downloaded directly from the website, while those with a price attached are only available via SlideME’s app.

MobiHand OnlyAndroid

Screen shot 2011 01 09 at 12.51.22 260x139 6 Alternatives to the Android Market An old hand at the app store game, MobiHand has been selling apps for a number of platforms for several years.

Via its OnlyAndroid  store it offers a wide range apps and differentiates itself with discounted apps. This includes a “Deal of the Day”, where one app is offered at a significant discount for 24 hours. The store sells phone accessories such as chargers and cases in addition to apps.

MobiHand OnlyAndroid also offers an app to access its store from your phone.

Appsfire

Screen shot 2011 01 09 at 12.49.52 6 Alternatives to the Android Market Like AppBrain, Appsfire  doesn’t offer apps itself, instead acting as an alternative to the official Market.

While available on the Web, Appsfire really comes into its own on your Android handset, offering smart app recommendations based on the apps you already have installed.

It highlights currently discounted apps, currently popular apps on the Market and offers curated lists of top apps chosen by experts. Some apps have video previews, while a social feature lets you share your app recommendations with others.

Aproov

Screen shot 2011 01 09 at 13.20.16 260x139 6 Alternatives to the Android Market Newly launched Aproov  is a Web-based app store initially focusing exclusively on free Android apps. Billed as “The way an app store was meant to be”, it takes a bare-bones approach to navigation with a list of categories displayed on the left-hand expanding to reveal a mixture of apps uploaded directly by developers and search results from the official Android Market.

Customer ratings and reviews are supported and developers are able to upload videos of their apps in action, something that is promised for the future in the official Android Market. As a new store, it all looks a little sparse right now, with few user reviews or videos to be found. However, this is a store worth keeping an eye on to see how it develops.

A818 DUO Android Phone

FEATURES

Type:
FULL TOUCH (CTP)

Data Connection:
GSM 900/1800/1900

Frequency Range:
650MHZ

Dislplay:
3.5’HVGA 320*480

Browser:
*HTML 5

Messaging:
SMS, MMS, Threaded, Chat, EMS

Ringing Melody:
MP3, MP4, True Tones, MIDI

Application:
MSN, Mini Opera, Twitter, Facebook, Yahoo Messenger, Youtube, Google Market, Gmail, Skype, Weather, RSS Reader, Office Viewer

Connectivity:
Bluetooth / USB

Imaging:
3.2 MP(Front vga camera)

Phonebook:
1000 entries

Card Slot:
16gb mircosd card (t-flash)

SPECIFICATION

OS:
Android 2.3

Weight:
TBD

Dimensions:
114*61*12.9mm

Talk / Standby Time:
3hrs / 180hrs

Battery:
Standard battery, Li-Ion 700mAh

Others:
MP3 player
Video Player (support Streaming Player)
Video Recorder
Sound Recorde

Accessories:
Headset, USB cable