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Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Find Bluestacks SD Card Location in Your PC

Q. Whats Bluestacks?
A. Bluestacks is a Silicon Valley-based software company that produces BlueStacks App Player and BlueStacks Cloud Connect. Both products revolve around enabling Android applications to run on Windows PCs, Macintosh computers and Windows tablets. The company was founded in 2009 by Rosen Sharma, former CTO at McAfee and board member of

Steps To Find SD Card in your PC

  • First Download 'Root Explorer' (Included Below) and Install 'Root Explorer' in Bluestacks
  • Decide on which directory to give access in BlueStacks. You can either choose an entire hard drive, or a particular folder of your choice.
  • Access the Windows Registry by going to Start >> Run and type in 'regedit' and hit Enter. This opens up the Registry Editor.
  • Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BlueStacks\Guests\Andr oid\ SharedFolder\0.
  • Right Click on 'Path' and click on 'Modify'.
  • Write the path of the folder which you want to include in SD card. (Example C:\SDCard)
  • Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
  • You can find the folder at '(Root)/sdcard/bstfolder/ BstSharedFolder/'

If u don't wanna change your Registry, You can simply copy and paste the file's that you want in SD Card at 'C:\ProgramData\BlueStacks\UserData\SharedFolder\' and find the files at above location in Root Explorer (ie '(Root)/sdcard/bstfolder/ BstSharedFolder/').

Access your local files from BlueStacks on Windows

BlueStacks is a great application for Windows and Mac which brings most of your Android apps to your computer. But often, in-app activity requires access to external files, photos and videos. BlueStacks emulates the Android OS within its own environment. What if you wanted to use an app in BlueStacks to edit a photograph on your computer? This article describes different ways of accessing files from Windows to BlueStacks and also the other way round.
BlueStacks Shared folder - File Sharing

Access computer files in BlueStacks and Vice Versa

There are quite a few ways in which you can access your computer files on BlueStacks.

Bluestacks Shared folder

You can easily share files between BlueStacks and Windows using shared folders. Just place your file inside it and you can access it from both Windows and BlueStacks.
The default shared folder in Windows is located in C:\ ProgramData\ BlueStacks\ UserData\ SharedFolder (assuming C:\ is your Windows installation drive). In BlueStacks, the same folder is located in (Root)/ sdcard/ bstfolder/ BstSharedFolder.
Additionally, the default Windows Library folders are accessible from BlueStacks. They are located in /sdcard/bstfolder/ as PicturesDocuments, etc.
A file manager app is required to navigate folders inside BlueStacks. In this article, we’ll use OI File Manager. To share a file, follow the steps below:
  1. Download and install OI File Manager in BlueStacks.
  2. On Windows, navigate to BlueStacks Shared Folder [C:\ ProgramData\ BlueStacks\ UserData\ SharedFolder] and place the files you want to use in BlueStacks (like photos, videos, downloaded APK files, etc.). You can also use the Windows Library Folders for this purpose.
  3. In BlueStacks, launch OI File Manager and navigate to BlueStacks shared folder [(Root)/ sdcard/ bstfolder/ BstSharedFolder]. If you have placed files in your Windows Library, locate the respective folder from bstfolder directory in BlueStacks.
Similarly if you want to access BlueStacks files from your computer, copy the particular file to BstSharedFolder using OI File Manager and the same file will be available in Windows SharedFolder location.

BlueStacks Shared Folder location

If you are unable to find bstfolder in its default Windows location [C:\ ProgramData\ BlueStacks\ UserData\ SharedFolder], you can find their actual location from the Windows Registry.
  1. Access the Windows Registry by going to Start >> Run and type in “regedit” and hit Enter. This opens up the Registry Editor.
  2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ BlueStacks \ Guests \ Android \ SharedFolder. Each of the numeric folders represents a shared folder, and their location is indicated in their Path String values.

Using Drag and Drop

There is a simpler way to copy files from Windows into BlueStacks Shared Folder (Windows -> BlueStacks file sharing only). Here is how;
  1. Run BlueStacks App Player and let it initialize.
  2. When BlueStacks is fully ready and running, just drag the particular file from its Windows folder into the BlueStacks interface.
  3. If you have already installed an app which works with this type of files, BlueStacks can prompt you to open it suitable app. You can ignore this prompt and click anywhere outside the message box to dismiss it. However, this prompt only appears from the BlueStacks Home Screen.
Though BlueStacks does not indicate any file transfer operation, the file will actually be copied to the BlueStacks Shared Folder on Windows.  You can then navigate to the same folder using OI File Manager in BlueStacks.

Using Cloud Sync

Cloud storage apps like DropBox and Google Drive help you to sync your data across all your devices. For accessing Windows files in BlueStacks, simply drop the files in your DropBox or Google Drive folder and access them in BlueStacks with the respective Android app. You can similarly do it the other way round too. Just copy files into the DropBox / Google Drive app and they will automatically appear in your Windows folder for DropBox / Google Drive. You can also get the same thing done with other third party cloud sync apps and services.
The cloud sync method also works for sharing files between BlueStacks and Mac. Similarly, you can also share files among BlueStacks and other devices like iPhone, Android, etc.

Using Windows Registry

Caution: The following section involves in editing values in the Windows Registry. The Windows Registry contains values and keys that are critical to the Operating System. Modify the Windows Registry very carefully as any undesired modification may cause your system to malfunction.
  1. Decide on which directory to give access in BlueStacks. You can either choose an entire hard drive, or a particular folder of your choice.
  2. Access the Windows Registry by going to Start >> Run and type in “regedit” and hit Enter. This opens up the Registry Editor.
  3. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BlueStacks\Guests\Android\FileSystem. Inside this folder you’ll find some predefined numeric keys and values (starting with “0“). Create a new key here by right-clicking on FileSystem and select New >> Key and rename it by the number following the previous key. Update: The newer versions of BlueStacks depends on a different Registry Key. For the newer version, go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\BlueStacks\Guests\Android\ SharedFolderCreate a new key here and rename it to the number following the previous key.
  4. Inside the newly created key, right-click on the space on the right side and create a new String called “Name” by selecting New >> String. Double-click on it and enter a value. The value is the name of the folder as seen inside BlueStacks. Update: In the newer versions, additionally create a new DWORD Value by right-clicking on the blank space and selecting New >> DWORD (32 Bit) Value and rename it as Writable. Right-click on this newly created value and click Modify. Set the Value data field as 1 and select the base as Hexadecimal.
  5. Create another String called “Path” and assign a value of the full path of the directory you want to include inside BlueStacks. For example, if you want to access the Downloads folder of D drive inside BlueStacks, set the path value as “D:\Downloads” (without quotes, of course). You can include as many directories as you like by creating new keys for each of the folders. Keep the keys sequential in number.
  6. Restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
Now you will be able to access BlueStacks files from Windows.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

How to configure TL-WA5110G/TL-WA5210G as a repeater

Suitable for: TL-WA5110G, TL-WA5210G
Attention:TL-WA5110G /TL-WA5210G can only support WEP security type under Repeater/Universal Repeater mode.
Information of Root Router:
  • LAN IP:
  • SSID: TP-LINK-test
  • Encryption Type: WEP Open Hexadecimal
  • Passphrase: 0123456789
Since the DHCP function on TL-WA5110G /TL-WA5210G is disabled by default, we have to manually assign an IP address as 192.168.1.x to the computer to match the default IP address ( of the AP. Please click here for detailed instruction.
For example, we can configure the computer’s Local Area Connection IP address as
Then please connect the computer to the AP with an Ethernet cable.
Configuration on Device (TL-WA5110G / TL-WA5210G):
1.   Login to the Repeater’s management page.
In the address bar of the web browser, type in the IP address of the repeater (default is and press Enter.
Type in the Username and Password (default is admin).
2.  Click Operation Mode, select AP mode and click Save.
3.   Click Wireless -> Wireless Mode. Select Universal Repeater as the Wireless Mode. Then click Survey.
(If the Root Router supports WDS, you can select Repeater as Wireless Mode.)
4.   Find the Root Router’s SSID on the AP List, and then click Connect.
5.   Click Save.
If you can see the following picture, please wait until it refreshes back to the Status page.
6.    Do the same Wireless Security Settings as your Root Router.
At Repeater/Universal Repeater mode, TL-WA5110G /TL-WA5210G can only support WEP as security type. And if your Root Router´s wireless network is secured, please make sure that the security type is WEP.
In our example, the Root Router is WEP secured.      
Click Wireless ->Security settings
Select WEP, and set the same Type, Key Format and Key Type as the Root Router.
Then put in the same password "0123456789".
Click Save.
7. Click System Tools->Reboot->Reboot to restart the device.
After you go through all the above steps, the Repeater should be working properly with the Root Router.
After you finish the settings, please change the Local Area Connection IP address setting for your computer back to the default.

BYPASS iOS 7 Activation Lock iPhone 5 / 5S / 4S / 4 iPad Guide & Download (SOLVED)

BYPASS iOS 7 Activation Lock iPhone 5 / 5S / 4S / 4 iPad Guide & Download from Tony Parker on Vimeo.
Download iOS 7 Activation Lock BYPASS tool by RAFOMAC to bypass and remove iCloud ID from your iPhone 5, 5C, 5S, 4S, 4 or iPad with iOS 7.1 / 7.0.6 / 7.0.4 / 7.0. The download .rar file includes a step-by-step tutorial on how to bypass iOS 7 Activation lock on iPhone 5s, 5, 4s, 4 and iPhone 5C to get FULLY working device (works any function). The best of this process is that you can sign in with NEW Apple iCloud ID because the previous Apple ID is removed with this tool.
Required Tools to BYPASS iOS 7 Activation lock:
1. You need to download TinyUmbrella from this link:
2. You must to download the iOS 7 Activation lock bypass files + tutorial: CLICK HERE
If you Download the Bypass rar file, you can bypass ios 7 Activation Lock on the following devices:
Bypass iOS 7 Activation iPhone 5
Bypass iOS 7 Activation iPhone 4
Bypass iOS 7 Activation iPhone 5S
Bypass iOS 7 Activation iPhone 4S
Bypass iOS 7 Activation iPhone 5C
Once you complete the IOS 7 Activation lock bypass process, your iPhone will be activated and Activation lock is fully bypassed & removed and you can setup new Apple ID & pass.

If any Problem on Downloading Please DOWNLOAD THIS INFO

Friday, April 4, 2014

World Telecommunication Development Conference 2014, Dubai - Live Web Cast



Selected session will be webcast live and archives will be made available after the end of each session.
A direct link to the webcast will be provided HERE

Dubai Metro Nol Tickets & cards Rates & Season Tickets by rafomac

nol = “fare” or “cost of transport” in Arabic
Type of ticket/travel distance Nol card All zones < 3km 1 zone 2 zones 3 zones 4 zones 5 zones
Standard adult ticket price Red
2.00 2.50 4.50 6.50 6.50 6.50
Pre-paid standard adult fare Silver
1.80 2.30 4.10 5.80 5.80 5.80
Students (registered with Blue Nol card) Blue
0.90 1.15 2.05 2.90 2.90 2.90
Senior citizens (registered) Blue
0.90 1.15 2.05 2.90 2.90 2.90
Gold Class ticket

4.00 5.00 9.00 13.00 13.00 13.00
Gold Class pre-paid Gold
3.60 4.60 8.20 11.60 11.60 11.60
One day ticket – valid in all zones Any 14.00

30 day pass standard Silver 270.00 100.00 100.00 180.00 270.00 270.00 270.00
30 day pass students Blue 170.00

30 day pass senior citizens Blue 200.00

  • Cards can be used on metro, buses and water bus
  • Cards also validate Park and Ride car parks
  • Fares are automatically deducted from card

Red ticketRed ticket

  • Paper ticket which can be purchased for AED 2 and valid for 90 days.
  • Rechargeable for use up to a maximum of 10 journeys.
  • Purchasable from any ticket office machine and some ticket vending machines.
  • Ticket can only be used for one mode of transport at a time (e.g. on Dubai Metro only or on Dubai Bus only)
  • Ideal for occasional or casual users of public transport.
  • No e-purse account available and has to be pre-paid with the correct journey type (based on the zones to be travelled)

Blue cardBlue card

  • Holds up to AED 500 worth of credit and valid for 5 years.
  • Personalized card with the user’s photo.
  • Has an e-purse , which deducts the correct fare automatically.
  • Card requires subscription (50 AED) and will be received in the mail (10 days).
  • Secure online services for re-charging the card, transaction history and registering complaints.
  • SMS and email notifications related to confirmation of services and/or required instructions.
  • More features such us loyalty points program, auto recharge facility and discounts for children, students, seniors and people with disabilities.

Silver cardSilver card

  • Holds up to AED 500 worth of credit and valid for 5 years.
  • Has an e-purse , which deducts the correct fare automatically.
  • Purchasable from any ticket office and selected ticked vending machines for AED 20 (includes AED 14 worth of credit).
  • Can be used immediately and recharged at any ticket office.

Gold cardGold card

  • Holds up to AED 500 worth of credit and valid for 5 years.
  • Has an e-purse , which deducts the correct fare automatically.
  • Purchasable from any ticket office and selected ticked vending machines for AED 20 (includes AED 14 worth of credit).
  • Can be used immediately and recharged at any ticket office.
  • Allows the privilege of using Gold Class cabins in the Dubai Metro.
  • When used on other modes of transport with no Gold Class Cabins, the user will be charged the standard fare.

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