Although there are millions of Xiaomi MIUI fans out there, there are still few people not satisfied with their phones in one perspective – not having an app drawer on their phones. One thing people do is installing a launcher with app drawer, but many of as don’t want to have a third party theme just to get an app drawer.… Read the rest
One day I came across a situation with my Xiaomi redmi note 3 where after playing music and removed my earphones from the jack, the phone is still stuck in the earphone music mode. That means no sound will play through speaker if you play music or no notification sounds what so ever.… Read the rest
We often concentrate on the logic and syntax in the beginning of our software career. Eventually there is a time where everyone starts focusing writing a clean and readable code. Writing clean code is hard-work. It takes a lot of effort from a developers side to create a software which is based on simple code.… Read the rest
One of the major benefit Gradle can provide you is continuous build feature. First of all let me explain what is meant by continuous build. A normal build is where you make any changes in the source files (It can be in .java file or in the resources you use) and you need to explicitly build your project to create a new jar/war/ear file.… Read the rest
This post is inspired from the mess I have made in my java project around compile time and run time dependencies. There are lots of questions you will ask when you try to resolve all the dependencies for your project using tools like Maven or Gradle. These tools make a distinction between compile time and run time dependency, like compile scope, provided scope etc.… Read the rest
After five years of wait, Nokia has launched its all new Nokia 6 Android smartphone in China. HMD Global, a Finland based company who has bought the rights to use Nokia branding on mobile phones, has announced the release of Nokia 6 on their website. Earlier Nokia andoid phone’s launch was rumoured to happen in Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017, but HMD global, without much fanfare unveiled the phone, and its available to purchase in JD.com , for at 1699 CNY (about Rs. 16,750) .
Xiaomi, The Chinese mobile maker has impressed this year with their smartphone Redmi Note 3 which offers an incredible price-performance ratio. The phone performs quite well on day-to-day tasks and wont disappoint even if you are a casual gamer. Few months back, Xiaomi pushed their latest version of MIUI 8 followed by Marshmallow update which has hit recently for many redmi note 3users. Since MIUI is a heavily customized version of android, many users are not even aware of all the features it has got. This post is around redmi note 3 but it is applicable for all mi phones which has the MIUI 8 OS.
India has just crossed the threshold as one of the highest mobile user markets in the world. This means their population is highly connected to the internet, and is easily marketed to. The buying power of the Indian market has been heavily speculated upon. The market is just beginning to be tapped into as investors and e-commerce experts around the world scramble to get their piece of the pie.
The rise of technology in our modern times has influenced the younger generation and their way of learning by leaps and bounds. The quality of education one used to receive earlier depended on the amount of money one used to possess and all such practices has disappeared. For example, one of the most successful providers of education named Byju’s the learning app have been heard to re-engineer the face of modern education using revolutionary technology .
To provide quality education to students are not impossible any more owing to the advent of tablet PCs and smartphones loaded with educational apps that are aimed towards student learning. The edu apps are mostly preferred by students across the world to in place of books like NCERT textbooks so that they could grasp concepts in an interactive manner unlike the conventional method of learning.
Recently I bought one Xiaomi device – Redmi Note 3 and have been using this device for 1 month. I personally like MiUI due to:
1. Its immense power to customize the phone according to your way of use
2. Faster response
3. Inbuilt Theme App, Wallpapers – So easy to change the styles.
4. You can change the display settings to a level where you can actually change colours and saturation and adjust it manually.
Though this UI is pretty heavily customized and easy to use – I find lack of an app drawer which Xiaomi can consider adding in future releases. And also as an ex-HTC user I used to easily read the whatsapp notifications without opening the application so that the person in the other end does not even know whether you read the message or not. This way you can actually reply to a message if it requires, or ignore it without hurting the other person 🙂