OnePlus has collaborated with refurbishing website ReGlobe to introduce an exchange and buyback offer on old smartphones. It will offer invites for the new OnePlus 2, OnePlus X under the scheme.
The offer is valid only till December 31, 2015 and customers need to register on the Reglobe site or on the OnePlus website here.
Visit the above link for further process.
Under this scheme a person who wish to exchange the device needs to provide the details including the device they wish to exchange. After that ReGlobe will send a quote for the device and if it is accepted, then the customer can go ahead with the exchange offer.
1) One Plus One
2) One Plus Two
3) One Plus X
are eligible under this scheme. OnePlus invites to buy these phones will come with an expiration date, so a customer needs to buy them within the time-period provided by the company.
Company is offering 2 different scheme. Checkout the scheme below.
Moreover connections on WhatsApp will now bolster rich sneak peak. A rich sneak peak demonstrates the feature and a thumbnail picture when you send the connection, like how connections show up when you share them on Facebook. Clients will have the choice of excluding a rich review when sending a connection.
Here as shown in picture the link is previewed with an featured image.
Android M clients will likewise get support for Android Direct share, which gives them a chance to rapidly pick a particular visit when sharing substance from different applications. For India clients, the application now bolsters Bengali and Urdu scripts also.
One Plus is the Chinese tech start-up. However, the company provides devices through invite system. The One Plus devices are popular among the users. One Plus devices are like a complete package.
The company’s invite system, which requires prospective buyers to have an invite before being able to order the phone, has come under fire, despite being a necessity for the startup. With the launch of the OnePlus 2, the company had promised widespread availability of invites and open sales, and buyers in India now have their chance to buy the phone invite-free for the next three days.
Many times users find difficulties in buying the phones just because of invite system. Due to this the phone stays available for few minutes or hours only. But now if are planning to buy One Plus and searching for invites then no need to do that.
OnePlus 2’s open sale will start at 12 AM on November 25 and ends on November 27 11.59 pm. Usually customers need an invite to buy the OnePlus 2, but on these two days you should be able to buy the phone without one. The 64GB version of the OnePlus 2 costs Rs 24,999 on Amazon India.
You might experienced it on your mobile, few years back Flipkart forced users to download the Flipkart app. It might be a strategic move by Flipkart to increasing the number of users using Flipkart App.
Not long ago Flipkart drew flak from all corners after the e-commerce giant started forcing users to install the application when trying to access the site on mobile browser. Despite the flak, Flipkart persisted with the app install prompts for months as it intended to go app-only in the near future, akin to the approach it took with Myntra. While it looked Flipkart will stick to this strategy, the e-commerce giant surprised everyone by launching a Lite version of the site for Google Chrome. Why did Flipkart take the U-turn from its app-only approach for the future? How does the change impact you? What is Flipkart Lite, and how different it is from usual mobile version of the websites? We try to simplify these for you. Read on.
Flipkart Lite: A mobile site that looks like… an app? One of the basic fundamentals for any Lite version of any app or website is to be optimized for the slower networks. To achieve this, Flipkart deployed Service Workers that allows it to “intercept network request and service a response from cache even when the user is offline.”
In order to attract more visitors to its own website and app, Xiaomi India head Manu Jain via Twitter announced ‘Diwali with Mi’ sale in which buyers can avail massive discounts on Xiaomi products.
Diwali is around the corner and most e-commerce websites are gearing up for the festive season with deals and discounts. Chinese smartphone manufacturer, Xiaomi has also decided to join the celebrations by offering new deals and offers that look too good to be true.
Xiaomi will be organising a Re 1 sale on November 3, 4 and 5. There will be total of six sales, with two sales every day (2:00 pm and 6:00pm). The company has made the announcement on their official Twitter page which reads, “Announcing #DiwaliWithMi Sale from 3-5 Nov! Special offers, games, flash sales & more!” Continue reading “Xiaomi’s Rs. 1 Diwali offer”→
Are you looking for the custom ringtones for your iPhone? Do you want your iPhone sounds like other phones? Do you want to have custom ringtones like other phones, then checkout the way to have such ringtones.
Option 1: iTunes
You know you can buy apps, music and movies from the iTunes Store, but did you know it sells ringtones as well? It’s not immediately obvious if you don’t know where to look.
Open the iTunes app on your phone, tap More (bottom right corner) and then tap Tones. Voilà! A whole section devoted to ringtones.
Many of these are songs, but if you tap the Genres button and scroll down to the bottom of the list, you’ll see categories including Dialogue and Sound Effects. That’s where you can score ‘tones like R2-D2 beeping and booping, a T-Rex roar from “Jurassic Park,” and spoken-word clips from all manner of movies and TV shows. You can tap the thumbnail for any ringtone to hear a sample.
iTunes’ ringtones sell for 99 cents or $1.29. When you tap to buy one, you’ll see options including Set as Default Ringtone, Set as Default Text Tone (for text messages, naturally) and Assign to a Contact. You can, of course, modify any of these options later on, as well as tap Done to complete the setup later.
This is the major advantage to spending money on ringtones: They’re automatically added to your phone, right on your phone, no conversion or hoop-jumping required.
Option 2: DIY ringtones
If you’d rather not spend any cash, however, or you want music or sounds not available through iTunes, consider the DIY approach.
Gaming culture stands on the brink of the dawn of the virtual reality age. In various stages of development right now is something we like to call the VR Triad. Oculus Rift will cater to the high-end PC gamers, Gear VR will target the mobile crowd, and PlayStation VR will be the consumer model between the previous two in terms of features and price point. Over the coming years we’ll no doubt see many games and software developed specifically for the VR platforms, but there are some games of today that could very well fit into the VR future with a quick port job. Here are some of those games.
A third-person game in VR could be possible because there are already a couple coming to the Rift, including Insomniac’s Edge of Nowhere. I chose Bloodborne because Yarnham is a grotesque city that has had a lot of polish go into it and the atmosphere surrounding it. Hence, PlayStation VR should look to porting Bloodborne because the city needs to be seen in all its malformed splendour. Also, some of the boss fights absolutely need to be seen in VR. Bloodborne fans know which ones I’m talking about.
Xiaomi, which disclosed the MIUI 7 custom ROM in India in August this year, will be reveal the last form of the ROM comprehensively on bolstered gadgets beginning October 27. The MIUI 7 ROM was up to this point under beta testing with select clients.
List of Devices Receiving MIUI 7 Global State Build
Redmi Note 4G.
“We are truly eager to declare MIUI 7 worldwide stable form for MIUI fans all around the globe. With two months of testing and improvement, MIUI 7 worldwide stable rendition is to take off from Oct. 27, 2015. Yours by configuration! Get prepared for update!,” said the MIUI blog entry on Wednesday. Clients would be getting the OTA overhaul through the Update application. In any case, for the individuals who can’t hold up, they can physically download and introduce the ROM bundle from the organization’s devoted page. Continue reading “Xiaomi MiUi 7 Global State Build – In Detail”→