All of us had been in the situation where we accidentally deleted some files, family photos or videos. And few of us played with partitions and made some mistake that led to corrupted data.
In these situations, the most important thing is not to panic. Deleting a file, in most cases, doesn’t mean the data is gone, we just delete reference to the data on the drive but the data remains until we try to write new data at the same location. Because you cannot control where will any new file be stored on the drive, the next step is to avoid any kind of write to the partition that files you want to restore were located. After that, you will need one of the available recovery software tools, this is where Remo Recover comes into play.
Working with GUI (Graphical User Interface) implementation means learning about many different APIs. Occasionally, an interesting API (Application Programming Interface) comes along that deserves further analysis and recognition. One of the most interesting in recent memory belongs to the travel service iVisa. Continue reading “How iVisa’s New API May Change the Travel Industry”
Recently I found out that Android 6.0, Marshmallow, introduced Auto Backup system for application data.
It runs in the background, and from time to time backs up application data to your Google account. It is important to mention that these data doesn’t count as storage space, so no need to worry about that. Auto Backup can be disabled, but mostly the users are not aware that it even exists. This can, potentially, cause a security risk. For example, someone installs a Twitter app, and removes it from the phone, thinking it deleted all the data related to login. But then someone could install it back again and get access to the account because backup will restore everything back as it was before uninstalling.
From the developers side of view, we can resolve this by adding: Continue reading “Auto Backup feature, Android 6.0”
I created my Klout profile almost 2 years ago. At first it was cool, as soon as I register my Klout score was 10, by default. Even throw I didn’t know what exactly does it represents, I wanted to
make it better. I invited my friends to join, few of them accepted, but they were the ones I least expected to do so. Probably they though if the invitation is sent from me it has to be good, because I’m 100% sure that they have even less clue on what is the point of Klount then me. So I started to wonder that was the think that drawn me to Klout and more importantly what keep me with it for two years now. Continue reading “What is the point of Klout?”
Search giant Googlehas entered teens today, the tech behemoth has turned 13. Officially a teenager, Google celebrates its birthday with a doodle that shows the five letters of the company logo wearing party hats placed around a cake with balloons and gifts around.