Sunday, July 29, 2012

How to Copy Android Application From Another Android Device

There are two ways to install Android applications : online and offline. Online by going to the Android Market or Google Play, then select the application and Install it.
Offline install : we've got the installer file before, the name is  APK file (Android Application Package), then we execute / run the APK file to start install it.

In this post will tell  How to get the APK file  from android application already installed on an Android device or tablet, so the file(APK) can be used as a backup or to be copied or installed on other android devices. 
For example, your friend wants to copy an existing application from your Android tablet, you just send the APK file, sent via bluetooth or copy to USB, then your friend will install using offline mode on his/her device. 

Sunday, July 22, 2012

How to Logout from Gmail in Samsung Galaxy Tab Browser

When you open Gmail using Browser in Samsung Galaxy Tablet (using standard browser), there is no Log out / sign out menu.
Very important to logout from the mail, especially if using friend's or anyone's device.

To logout from Gmail in Samsung Galaxy  tab browser :
Click on Basic HTML

Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Easy way to Delete / Remove Temporary Files in Windows

In order to have a good  performance of the computer, one of ways is to delete or remove  the files that are not necessary, temporary internet files, cookies, history, Windows temporary files, recycle bin, etc.

All the files mentioned above can be removed manually, by going to the menu or sub menu that has / provides options to remove, or we can delete directly through the file explorer. 
For example, to delete cookies in Firefox we go to the Options menu, then select the Privacy tab, then select Remove Cookies.

The way to remove the example above of course is not practical, because we have to do it manually, and have to do one by one.

Thursday, July 5, 2012

How To Transfer Command Prompt Result To (be) a File

In this post I want to share how to transfer the result of CMD / MS-DOS (Command prompt) to a file.
Different from previous post How To copy contents from Command Prompt to Notepad or Ms.Word that we copy the displayed contents in command prompt then we paste it  in a notepad or word document. 
In this post we don't need to copy and paste, because the result will be created in a file directly to a text (notepad) file.

For example : the command  ipconfig, the result  will be transferred to the text file.
We insert the character of ">" between command and name of file.
so we have to write :