How to Unlock Any Motorola MILESTONE 3 XT860 Using an Unlock Code

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This video provides instructions on how to unlock any Motorola MILESTONE 3 XT860 using an unlock code. Need more help? For instructions, support, and Motorola unlock codes, visit www.cellunlockcode.com Why do I need to unlock my cellphone? Your Motorola MILESTONE 3 XT860 comes locked to the carrier that sold you the phone. For example, if you bought your cellphone from AT&T, it will only work with AT&T, and will give you an error as soon as you try inserting a simcard from a different carrier. Unlocking your phone will disable the lock and allow you to use your cellphone with any GSM carrier worldwide, such as T-mobile, Cingular AT&T, Rogers, Fido, and more.
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Samsung Infuse Applications

Thursday, October 20th, 2011

These days, there seem to be more smart phones on the market than you can shake a stick at, yet there are always new things you can do with them each year. Whether your interests are in personal affairs or in personal ones, the chances are that if you want something done, there is a smart phone out there that can help you get it, or at least point you in the direction toward it. This article will describe how you can use smart phones in general or the Samsung Infuse in particular to help you find shops and restaurants that are in your area.

First of all, the primary asset of a smart phone like the Samsung Infuse when it comes to finding local shops and restaurants is its ability to connect to the internet. Being able to access the internet means that you can easily input any keyword or phrase into any search engine. All you really have to do is plug in your zip code and the kind of place you would like to eat at into your smart phone’s browser, and you will immediately be directed to a list of places that might whet your appetite.

Google Maps Navigation is a very beneficial application for smart phones that can also help you find anything that you need. Even though this application is known for finding any address you need, you can also use it to find restaurants or shops in your area. Google Maps works just like your internet search engine. Simply type in your zip code or search by GPS.

You may also input any name of a store or restaurant into your search engine to read reviews. It is always a good idea to read reviews since it helps you stay away from the truly awful places and gives you a chance of finding the really good holes in the wall.

As you can see, it does not take too much work to configure your Samsung Infuse to find shops and restaurants all around your city, town, or neighborhood. Smart phones have many great features and with time you will learn your phone inside out. Along the way, you can also consider some Samsung Infuse accessories like a Samsung Infuse screen protector or a Samsung Infuse case.

A case will keep your phone safe during everyday use. A screen protector will help keep your screen scratch free and clean so that you can enjoy your amazing high capacitive screen.

The need for Samsung Infuse 4G accessories is on the rise. Head over to ThinkINFUSE to find the most selection of Samsung Infuse case. We offer free shipping and our prices are extremely competitive.

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It’s about time. The officers over at Android Police have uncovered some code that indicates Ice Cream Sandwich phones starting with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus will be able to take screenshots without any additional software or rooting. The addition is a long time coming – while screenshot capabilities have technically been a part of Android since its beginning, it’s always been a bit of hassle. The new process will allow any user to take a screenshot by pressing the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time.

To be fair, it’s always been possible to take a screenshot even without root by using the Android SDK, and manufacturers like HTC and Samsung allow some of their phones to take advantage of the process without connecting to a computer. As of now screenshot apps like ShootMe require rooting, and some custom ROMS including CyanogenMod include the feature in its base code. But with Ice Cream Sandwich, easily accessible screenshots will be availalble for all users – which, frankly, is one of the only iPhone features that I’ve been truly jealous of for some time.

Android 4.0 is the belle of the ball in Hong Kong tonight, when Google takes the stage to unveil Ice Cream Sandwich running on Samsung’s Nexus Prime. Earlier today Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo confirmed a November release (for Japan, anyway) and set months of rumored specs to rest. Join us at 10PM EST tonight for all the breaking news, or let it come to you by following @Androids on Twitter.

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T-Mobile Galaxy S2Following the footsteps of ATT a few weeks ago, T-Mobile has made the source code of its high-end Android device, the Samsung Galaxy S2, available for the public to download. While this won’t mean much to a large number of users at the moment, it’s bound to get the developer community excited. Consumers who are looking forward to load up their Galaxy S2 phones with custom ROMs can expect them to start arriving over the next few weeks.

The release of T-Mobile’s Galaxy S2 source code also means that all of the Galaxy S2 phones in the US are completely available for the public to tear apart. Expect famous ROMs like CyanogenMod to show up on the T-Mobile Galaxy S2 soon. If you’re interested in checking out the source code for yourself, head here.


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Samsung Galaxy S II (T-Mobile), Motorola DROID Bionic Source Code


Android hackers, modders, customizers, bug squashers, and enthusiasts rejoice with news of bits and bytes from Samsung and Motorola.  The two companies just unleashed the opensource portions of the source code for their two most recent Android superphones.

Samsung, which has been known to provide source code for its devices around the same time as the devices’ launch dates, has recently released the source code for the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II.  Motorola, on the other hand, has also publicly released the source code for the Motorola DROID Bionic–Verizon’s come-too-late, soon-to-be-elbowed-out-of-the-room-by-the-Motorola-DROID-RAZR device.

The Motorola DROID Bionic was finally launched on September 8 after Motorola and Verizon made eager and drooling Android fans wait for close to half a year–and punishing the same fans with delay upon delay of the DROID Bionic’s arrival.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile just released its variant of the Samsung Galaxy II, formerly codenamed the Samsung Hercules, this month along with another power-packed (especially its camera) Android smartphone, the HTC Amaze 4G (formerly codenamed HTC Ruby).  Find out how the two Android superphones compare to each other in our review entitled “Samsung Galaxy S II vs HTC Amaze 4G: Two Towers of T-Mobile and the Talk of the Town.”

App developers can now get their hands dirty with the source code, examining it, tweaking it, even taking it apart and putting it back together again, all in the spirit of wanting to contribute to an improved version for the public and for other developers to use. The key is collaboration, as technology is improved with every swish and flick of each developer’s magic wand.

Go get your fill and feast to your heart’s content.

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Android hackers, modders, customizers, bug squashers, and enthusiasts rejoice with news of bits and bytes from Samsung and Motorola.  The two companies just unleashed the opensource portions of the source code for their two most recent Android superphones.

Samsung, which has been known to provide source code for its devices around the same time as the devices’ launch dates, has recently released the source code for the T-Mobile variant of the Samsung Galaxy S II.  Motorola, on the other hand, has also publicly released the source code for the Motorola DROID Bionic–Verizon’s come-too-late, soon-to-be-elbowed-out-of-the-room-by-the-Motorola-DROID-RAZR device.

The Motorola DROID Bionic was finally launched on September 8 after Motorola and Verizon made eager and drooling Android fans wait for close to half a year–and punishing the same fans with delay upon delay of the DROID Bionic’s arrival.

Meanwhile, T-Mobile just released its variant of the Samsung Galaxy II, formerly codenamed the Samsung Hercules, this month along with another power-packed (especially its camera) Android smartphone, the HTC Amaze 4G (formerly codenamed HTC Ruby).  Find out how the two Android superphones compare to each other in our review entitled “Samsung Galaxy S II vs HTC Amaze 4G: Two Towers of T-Mobile and the Talk of the Town.”

App developers can now get their hands dirty with the source code, examining it, tweaking it, even taking it apart and putting it back together again, all in the spirit of wanting to contribute to an improved version for the public and for other developers to use. The key is collaboration, as technology is improved with every swish and flick of each developer’s magic wand.

Go get your fill and feast to your heart’s content.

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Forget what you thought you knew because you’ve never seen a DROID like this. The DROID INCREDIBLE, nothing short of its name.

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Samsung’s not the only OEM releasing source code today, as Motorola has released the kernel and other GPL source code for the Motorola Droid Bionic.  Developers can use this, and will use this, but more important is that it shows that Motorola is serious about its commitment to open-source software.  We ride them because of their bootloader policies, but in reality all they are required to do is provide source code for the software they distribute that calls for it in the license.  They do a good job with this, and we’re glad to see it.  Anyhoo, if you’re curious, or actively developing for the Bionic, hit the source link and grab the files.

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UNLOCK NOW with www.Unlockthatphone.com !!!World’s largest provider of Unlock codes with over 10 million Youtube views, 4 years experience, and over 500000 phones unlocked. ~~Click on the link above or below to began unlocking your phone ~~ Not only are we open 24 to help you unlock your Samsung Infuse 4G within minutes of receiving your code, but we can GUARANTEE you these 3 things….. 1. Lowest prices on your unlock code. 2. Fastest delivery times on Youtube and online. 3. Best customer service on every purchase. So why go anywhere else?? Let’s unlock your phone RIGHT NOW and give you the wireless freedom you deserve!!! Unlocking your Samsung Infuse 4G is the exact same process for ALL Carrier’s!!! Doesn’t matter what country or network your phone is locked to, these instructions work for all…. SO HOW’S IT WORK?? IT’S EASY!!! Here’s how…. Go over to Unlockthatphone.com and enter your phones carrier, manufacturer, model, and imei. We will email you the Unlock code & easy unlocking instructions within the time stated on the website. Once received; just follow the instructions shown in the above video, ending with you simply typing the unlock code into your phone. And than…. Your Samsung is completely Unlocked for all Carriers!! No more network restrictions, expensive roaming fees, or outrageous contracts!!! On top of that… your phone will never re-lock, it won’t void the warranty or harm the phone, you can use any sim card in the world, it’s 100% legal, and it
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Wirefly Launches Weekly ‘Take Fifty’ Smartphone Flash Sale on YouTube


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Wirefly, the Internet?s leading authorized online retailer for cell phones and cell phone plans, today announced the launch of a weekly 24-hour flash sale that will give its customers another huge opportunity to save big when shopping for cell phones: Wirefly?s ?Take Fifty? Smartphone Sale.

Beginning Wednesday, August 3 and running every Wednesday for the entire month of August, Wirefly will post a video on its YouTube Channel (http://www.youtube.com/wirefly) revealing an exclusive coupon code for an additional $ 50 off the purchase of one of the most sought after, high-end smartphones currently on the market. Each week, the ?Take Fifty? video will feature a different in-demand phone and a new coupon code, which will only be valid for 24 hours.

?Wirefly has always been synonymous with savings and selection when it comes to shopping for the latest cell phones. This ?Take Fifty? flash sale will give our customers an incredible discount on top of our already everyday low prices,? said Dave Rook, chief marketing officer of Wirefly?s parent company, Simplexity.

Each smartphone deal and $ 50 coupon code will be announced on Wirefly?s YouTube channel, youtube.com/Wirefly, every Wednesday at noon (Eastern Time). The coupon code will be valid for 24 hours – until noon (Eastern Time) the following day.

?We chose Wednesdays for our ?Take Fifty? flash sale because in August this gives our customers not four, but FIVE chances to save big on their favorite smartphones,? Rook added.

Wirefly has become America?s trusted source for cell phones because it makes shopping for cell phones fast, easy, and affordable. In addition, Wirefly offers an array of services aimed at improving the mobile phone buying experience, including:

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