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  1. Salut, Ai mei au plecat la mare luni, eu am ramas cu tata in Bucuresti. Marti (15.08.2017) i-a disparut din buzunar nepotelului meu telefonul (Huawei P8 Lite), dupa ce a plecat de la plaja. Nu stiu daca i-a fost furat telefonul sau l-a pierdut. Pot doar sa banuiesc. Au fost ai mei la politie si domnii de acolo nu au dorit sa inregistreze sesizarea, ca in caz in care este gasit sa fim contactati, zicand ca "Nu l-au gasit ei pe Iovan, vreti sa gasim noi un telefon?". Telefonul nu avea nimic de urmarire pe el. Cand am incercat sa sun pe el, era inchis. Mai tarziu l-am dezactivat, pentru ca este abonament si cine stie ce mai faceau de pe el. Mai are la el de plata cam un an de abonament destul de mare. MAC-ul telefonului Huawei P8 Lite (il aveam in DD-WRT la filtrare): DC:D9:16:45:7C:61 IMEI-ul telefonului Huawei P8 Lite: 862046032098527 Cu acestea doua, ar putea fi gasit repede, daca domnii de la politie ar vrea, insa ei nu doresc sa inregistreze nici sesizarea. Stiu ca sansele sunt mici sa-l mai recuperam, dar poate ajunge la cineva care-i om de bine si nu doreste sa detina un obiect pierdut/furat. Daca aveti aparatul, puteti sa ma contactati la adresa de e-mail adi at cik punct ro Nu prea le am cu retele sociale, daca vreti sa dati un share la acest topic sau la articolul de pe blog, mi-ar fi de ajutor. Mersi.
  2. Which mobile is the best?

    Iphone v/s Samsung
  3. Spionare smartphone .

    Salut ,am o mica nelamurire, cum spionez un smartphone ?Am cautat pe net, am gasit niste "Softulete " dar mullte dintre ele foarte complicate etc ,stiu ca trebuie sa il instalez pe telefonul care vreau sa-l spionez ( asta nu o problema, sper ) , asa ca am nevoie de ajutorul vostru ,pe mine m-ar interesa sa inregistreze convorbirile de pe wapp si facebook dar banuiesc ca poate face mai mult de atat . Multumesc. da,sunt paranoic .
  4. Recently a mobile-security firm Bluebox claimed that the brand new Xiaomi Mi4 LTE comes pre-installed with spyware/adware and a "forked" vulnerable version of Android operating system on top of it, however, the company denies the claim. Xiaomi, which is also known as Apple of China, provides an affordable and in-budget smartphones with almost all features that an excellent smartphone provides. On 5th March, when Bluebox researchers claimed to have discovered some critical flaws in Mi4 LTE smartphone, Xiaomi issued a statement to The Hacker News claiming that "There are glaring inaccuracies in the Bluebox blog post" and that they are investigating the matter. RESEARCHERS GET TROLLED BY CHINESE SELLERS Now, Xiaomi responded to Bluebox Labs by preparing a lengthy denial to their claims and said the new Mi4 smartphone purchased by Bluebox team in China (known as the birthplace of fake smartphones) was not an original Xiaomi smartphone but a counterfeit product. This means, Mi4 LTE smartphone owned by Bluebox are tempered by the local Chinese shops itself. What the Heck! Chinese get trolled by Chinese. XIAOMI DECLINES BLUEBOX CLAIMS Xiaomi provided a detailed step-by-step explanation on each and every fact and figure: Hardware: Xiaomi hardware experts have analysed the internal device photos provided to the company by Bluebox and confirmed that the physical hardware is markedly different from the original Mi 4 smartphone. IMEI number: Xiaomi after-sales team has confirmed that the IMEI on the device from Bluebox is a cloned IMEI number which has been previously used on other counterfeit Xiaomi devices in China. Software: Xiaomi MIUI team has also confirmed that the software installed on the device from Bluebox is not an official Xiaomi MIUI build. The company assured its customers that their devices neither come rooted, nor have any malware pre-installed. Contrary to Bluebox claims, the company also assured its customers that the MIUI used in their products is true Android, which means MIUI follows exact Google's Android CDD (Compatibility Definition Document), and passes all Android CTS tests to make sure a given device is fully Android compatible. Declining to Bluebox finding, Xiaomi released the following statement in an email to The Hacker News: Source
  5. LINK: Ubuntu Touch vine în Octombrie pentru tablete ?i smartphone
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