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Aatul Palandurkar

Conducted two days Android Workshop at M.H. Saboo Siddik College of Engineering, Byculla, Mumbai on 11th and 12th Aug 2014.

There were around 100 students who attended the workshop and get benefited out of it. Few staff member also attended the workshop.

The infrastructure of the college is very good and the seminar hall where we conducted workshop was also very good. The staff, coordinators and the student were also very good and keen to learn new technologies. I would love to visit the place again. I am very thankful to the coordinators who had assisted a lot during the training and for all the arrangements they have made for me.

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Conducted 60 hours Professional Android Training at Sandip Institute of Technology and Research Center (SITRC), Nashik, Maharashtra – India.

I love to visit this college since the students of this college are very eager to learn new things. On the last day of the training students developed various android application such as;

1. Thank You (Gratitude app)
2. Encrypted SMS
3. PnC (Permutation and Combinations)
4. Guess Game (Anagram)
5. SQL Commands Tutorial App
6. Tic Tac Toe, etc.

And so many other apps were also ready.

The staff of the college is also very good specially HOD of Computer Department Mr. Amol Potgantwar and Mr. Nikhil Kulkarni who motivate students a lot.

The staff and students of this college has filed 30 patents last year and still counting.

Objectives :

  • How to Recover lost Android Phone?
  • How to Recover lost Android Device?
  • How to Recover stolen Android Phone?
  • How to Recover stolen Android Device?
  • How to set callback number to recover lost Android device?
  • How to set callback number to recover lost Android phone?
  • How to set callback number to recover stolen Android device?
  • How to set callback number to recover stolen Android phone?
Android Device Manager

Android Device Manager

Have you or your loved one has lost their Android device or Android phone? If yes, you might have come to a conclusion that people do not bother to return your device. But now you can ask them or appeal them to return your lost device or phone.

Amazed! Yes, this is possible because of new update in Google’s Android Device Manager which is now giving an option to set “call me back” phone number to recover lost Android device.

How does it work? Features :

  • Display callback number on lock screen, once you lock device using Android Device Manager
  • Display custom message on lock screen again to phone’s finder or thief

Now your Android device is more secure and no need to worry about the lost or stolen android phone or device.

Semianr on Latest Trends and Personality Development at Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune on 18th Jul. 2014 on Latest Trends in IT and Personality Development.

Delighted to share experiences with students of Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune. Special thanks to Mam who asked us to deliver the session for student and make them aware about new technologies and to enhance their personality and motivate students.

It was again a good experience with the students of Pimpri Chinchwad Polytechnic, Pune.

Conducted Android and HTML5 Workshop at S. N. Patel Institute Of Technology & Research Centre, Bardoli, Dist. Surat (Gujrat-India). It was 6 days workshop wherein students learned Android and HTML5.

During training of 6 days covered Android and HTML5 and how easily one can develop Android apps and HTML5 games too using Canvas API.

Objectives:

  • What is HTML5?
  • Why HTML5?
  • What is new in HTML5?
  • Journey of HTML5?
  • Timeline of HTML5?

This tutorial is part of HTML5 Step by Step Guide. This is series of HTML5 Video Tutorials and there will be lot of tutorials after this.

This is HTML5 Step by Step Guide Episode 01, describes basics about HTML5 like how HTML5 came in picture, journey of HTML5, What is exactly HTML5 is?

Let me know if you have any doubts or queries related to HTML5. Please feel free to contact me or comment below.

7 Days Android & HTML5 Workshop at Sandip Institute of Technology & Research Center, Nashik (SITRC) from 9th Jun. 2014 to 16th Jun. 2014.

It was an awesome experience and very good students who were keen to learn new technologies. The modern infrastructure standards are complimented with lush green lawns and trees around the campus which make the atmosphere in and around the institution a pleasant place to learn, gain and apply the knowledge. The highly efficient faculty boosts the morale of the students and makes them go a step beyond the ordinary and also harness campus placements.

The students of SITRC were so good and hard working that they developed and published an Android application for College on last day of workshop. To do so they came on Sunday too. The main thing is this workshop was organized in their summer vacations still the students showed huge interest and achieved the success.

The app is free to download and is available on Google Play Store : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aatul.sitrc

Download now to know more about the college and to see what students have developed just after the workshop.

Conducted 3 Days Android Workshop at Sardar Patel College, Chandrapur, Maharashtra (India) from 27th Jan. 2014 to 29th Jan. 2014.

It was good experience with the students of SP College, Chandrapur.

LightMeUp – Flashlight Application for Android

It is a small application which uses the Camera Flash to enlighten and which may also help you in searching something in dark. The best part is it works in a single click on  your Android phone with or without flash. If your phone does not have flash, it will set brightness of your phone to maximum, as soon as you close application it will set brightness back to original.

This application was developed as a part of Android Training we provide at AnCyber, Pune (India).


Get it on Google Play

Go, download and get enlightened.

Hey folks, I know you all must be having great fun using WhatsApp. WhatsApp is all about chatting, sharing images and videos with all your friends, relatives and many others. This article will help you explore WhatsApp more and have more fun out of it.

Here are 10 tips, tricks and apps to get more out of your WhatsApp:

1. Hide “Last Seen” Timestamp

-WhatsApp shows a “last seen” timestamp by default. However, you can disable this time stamp on both iOS and Android. 

-For iOS users: all you need to do is go into Settings > Chat Settings > Advanced and set Last Seen Time stamp to Off.

-For Android users: third party apps such as Hide WhatsApp Status is there for help. It works by disabling your WiFi and data connection when you open WhatsApp.

2. Backup And Restore WhatsApp Chats

-WhatsApp allows automatic backups of your chats, however there is also a manual option to do it. 

-For iOS users: Settings > Chat Settings > Chat Backup, then tap Back Up Now.

-For Android users: Settings > Chat settings and tap Backup conversations to create a backup. To backup media you will need to use a file manager to copy the media folders in /sdcard/WhatsApp/Media. 

-However, if you want to restore a backup you will have to uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp. 

3. Lock Your WhatsApp

-For Android users: use WhatsApp Lock. 

-For BlackBerry users: use Lock for WhatsApp.

-You can then protect WhatsApp by a PIN (WhatsLock) or a password (Lock for WhatsApp). 

4. Create Shortcuts For Important Contacts

-For Android users: simply long press on the group or contact you want to create a shortcut for. Tap on Add conversation shortcut on the menu that pops up and you have shortcut right on your homescreen.

-For iOS users: third-party apps such as 1TapWA are there to help.

5. Stop WhatsApp Images from Appearing In Gallery Or Camera Roll

-For iOS users: go to Settings > Privacy > Photos and then turn the WhatsApp switch off.

-For Android users: create a .nomedia file in WhatsApp’s images or video directories by using a file explorer such as ES File Explorer (Navigate to the images or video folders, tap the ‘New’ button in the lower left, pick ‘File’ and create a file named .nomedia)

6. Change Your WhatsApp Phone Number

-You don’t need to uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp everytime you change numbers on the same phone.

-Go to Settings > Account > Change number. Enter your old phone number in the top field and then your new phone number in the bottom field and press Done. Verify your new phone number, and you’re good to go!

7. Install WhatsApp On An Android Tablet

-Get the latest version of the WhatsApp .apk. Then download SRT AppGuard. Install both.

-Run AppGuard first. Select WhatsApp from the Dashboard then press Monitor. At completion, scroll down and disable read phone status and identity under Phone calls. WhatsApp will now successfully run on your tablet.

8. WhatsApp Chat Heads On Android

-Using WhatsApp Chat Heads you can add chat heads for your conversations.

-The chat heads are also customisable, and come with specific LED colors, notification sounds and chat head colors for each of your contacts. 

-Advisory: The app requires root access. Plus, it’s also still in beta.

9. Get Messaging Statistics On Android

-WhatStat provides information on your ‘top’ friends, most active times of the day when your friends and groups use WhatsApp as well as message distribution for both one-on-one and group chats.

10. Get WhatsApp notifications On Desktop / Laptop

-You need to install Desktop Notifications on your Android phone. Install either the Chrome or Firefox extensions depending on your choice of browser. Link the extension to the app using the code provided and you’ll now get WhatsApp notifications on your desktop.

Source: EFY Times

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