Showing posts from July 26, 2016

Fix for atibtmon.exe Error after Windows 10 update

After upgrading to Windows 10, whenever I go from Plugged-In to Battery, I get the Run Time Error relative to atibtmon.exe. I've read several articles/fixes for this, and have done them all with no positive results. I also cannot get the ATI Catalysis Control Center to load - but this is another issue). 
Apparently, as I can understand, there isn't a driver available for W10 for a ATI Mobil Radeon HD 4200 series graphics card. It is NOT a fatal error, just one of those things that I would like to fix.
 Again, I've done all of the Boot Options and such and my graphics driver (according to AMD) is up-to-date. Found the atibtmon.exe reference in regedit, but probably shouldn't mess with that until I understand the fixes. Has to do with the Brightness Control when switching over to Battery as I know. 
Here is how I fixed this using your provided link but on windows 10 and still have the screen dim when on battery. Right click on [charge icon] in taskbar and select "po…

Konga launches e-payment platform ‘Konga Pay’

If you shop on top international ecommerce websites such as Amazon and Aliexpress, you might have noticed that they have their own payment system which enables you buy stuff from their website without using debit cards e.g.AliPay. Konga launched its own payment system on April 26, 2016 named KongaPay, It is a secure payment platform which will enable Konga customers pay for goods without using debit or credit cards. Konga has integrated Konga Pay with the internet banking portals of major banks in Nigeria to make this work, the participating banks are: Access Bank, Diamond Bank, Ecobank, FCMB, Fidelity Bank, First Bank, GTBank, Heritage Bank, Jaiz Bank, Keystone Bank, Stanbic IBTC Bank, Skye Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Sterling Bank, UBA, Union Bank, Unity Bank, Wema Bank and Zenith Bank. When you register for KongaPay, your chosen bank account will be directly linked to your Konga account and the integration works regardless of the fact that your bank account is internet banking …

New Google PlayStore Tools Help Developers Shrink The Size Of App Updates

When it comes to mobile data, where customers almost always have a limited pool of access to work with less is more. That's the principle behind the "delta" updates to apps that Google introduced way back in 2012, which in most cases allows the Play Store to download only the incrementally updated parts of an app rather than the entire APK. Now a new tweak to the delta update algorithm has made the updates themselves even smaller.

How much smaller? According to the post on the official Android Developers Blog, two patches to older versions of Chrome for Android resulted in shrinking a major 22.8MB update down to 12.9MB, and a smaller one from 15.3MB down to just 3.6MB. Your mileage may vary, 

of course - a few "minor text fixes" (cringe) are going to result in a smaller update than, say, whatever it takes to fix that three footprint bug in Pokémon GO. But in general, developers and end users should be seeing dramatically smaller delta update sizes, and that's…

Turn Your Airtime Into Real Money Directly To Your Bank Account using [zoranga]

Am sure i am not the only one that use to say, '' How I wish there is a way to turn my airtime into cash directly to my bank'' Today Zoranga is here to make our dream come through. Zoranga is now available in Nigeria.

Before now, if someone sends me Airtime which i don't need or wanted to sell in exchange for real money, i'd loose at least 20% of the Airtime. Let me set an example, if I want to sell MTN airtime of N5000, people won't buy it at 5,000, instead they'll be pricing it for 4,500 which is 10% lost.

Now with Zoranga mobile money services you can be able to send and receive money from wherever you are without visiting the bank. With MTN or GLO airtime, you can fund your Zoranga account at anytime from the website. And you can send money in your Zoranga account to any bank account in Nigeria within minutes, pay for goods and services online or save for a goal or project for a specified time.

Don't worry, i will put you through on…

Tips On Maintaining Your Smartphones Battery Life

Rule No 1: Never Charge your battery overnight: It’s unwise to keep any phone battery plugged in all night. Long charges always put the battery into a high-stress state and contribute to it becoming worn down in the long run. Any attempt to break this rule will kill your battery life.
Rule No 2: Never Charge your battery up to 100% Stop charging your batteries from 0 to 100 percent in one sitting. This isn't as efficient as you may think. Instead, keep your battery life somewhere between 40 percent and 80 percent. This ensures you'll have enough juice when you need it, but keeps from overheating which can result in a shorter lifespan.
Rule No 3: Charge in short bursts According to battery university, Don’t let your smartphone battery run all the way down to 1%before you boost it’s charge all the way back up to 100%. Charging any lithium phone battery for a long time can wear it out, meaning you’re best off plugging it in for a few short bursts rather than a long stint.
Rule N…

Tecno DroiPad 10 Pro Coming With Remix OS, See Specifications

Whether you like it or not, TECNO got bigger surprise for you. The Tecno DroidPad 10 Pro will be the first of its kind in Nigeria to come with remix OS. Remix OS by Jide Technologies is an Android variant that provides a custom desktop interface.

It is a mixture of the Windows OS and the Android OS; you get the characteristics of Windows on a mobile OS. This simply means the TECNO DroidPad 10 Pro will be advanced with the device having the features of a PC like the taskbar, multiple multitasking tabs, sidebar notifications like in the Windows 10 and much more…

According to leak specifications, TECNO DroidPad 10 Pro will come with 7000mAh battery capacity, 2GB ram and 32GB internal memory.
Leak Specifications
OS – Remix OS Processor – 1.3GHz Quad-core Network - GSM/WCDMA/FDD-LTE Display - 10.1” IPS Touchscreen Resolution - 1280*800 Memory - 32GB EMMC + 2GB DDR3 Battery Capacity - 7000mAh

By The way, Chuwi Vi10 is also coming with Remix OS. What do you think?

Chuwi Vi10 Tablet With Remix OS Specification & Price

Brands are already adopting Remix OS into their new devices… The Chuwi Vi10 Plus is basically the same size and shape as a Microsoft Surface 3. But in addition to Windows 10, this tablet can dual boot Remix OS 2.0, allowing you to run both Android and Windows apps on the same device.

The Chuwi Vi10 tablet supports a detachable keyboard cover and a Chuwi HiPen H2 stylus.
The Chuwi Vi10 Plus features an 8,400 mAh battery, a USB 3.0 type-C connector with support for fast charging, front and rear cameras (both of which have 2 megapixel image sensors). 2GB + 32GB internal memory.

Main Specifications Display - 10.8 inch IPS Touch Screen  Resolution -  1920 x 1280 OS – Remix OS 2.0 Processor – Intel Cherry Trail Z8300 64bit Quad Core 1.44GHz, up to 1.84GHz Network – Support Network: WiFi  WIFI: 802.11b/g/n wireless internet  Bluetooth: Yes Camera: 2MP Dual Cameras for Photos and Face-to-face Chat Memory - 32GB EMMC + 2GB DDR3 Battery Capacity – 8400mAh Pre-order Price: $153.74