Welcome to IToxy.com

Hi, Welcome to IT Oxy. This blog is primarily aim to share our information on Information Technology. I really appreciate if you are willing to give any input to this blog. If you want to share something, email at: admin@IToxy.com If you found any post interesting and useful, then please leave a comment and share with your friends.

Welcome to IToxy.com

Hi, Welcome to IT Oxy. This blog is primarily aim to share our information on Information Technology. I really appreciate if you are willing to give any input to this blog. If you want to share something, email at: admin@IToxy.com If you found any post interesting and useful, then please leave a comment and share with your friends.

Welcome to IToxy.com

Hi, Welcome to IT Oxy. This blog is primarily aim to share our information on Information Technology. I really appreciate if you are willing to give any input to this blog. If you want to share something, email at: admin@IToxy.com If you found any post interesting and useful, then please leave a comment and share with your friends.

Welcome to IToxy.com

Hi, Welcome to IT Oxy. This blog is primarily aim to share our information on Information Technology. I really appreciate if you are willing to give any input to this blog. If you want to share something, email at: admin@IToxy.com If you found any post interesting and useful, then please leave a comment and share with your friends.

Welcome to IToxy.com

Hi, Welcome to IT Oxy. This blog is primarily aim to share our information on Information Technology. I really appreciate if you are willing to give any input to this blog. If you want to share something, email at: admin@IToxy.com If you found any post interesting and useful, then please leave a comment and share with your friends.

Bypass lock screen PIN or pattern lock by SMS!

You may forget your android screen pattern lock or password, right? In such cases, this APP (APK) allows you to remotely bypass your phone's screen lock by sending a SMS from your friend’s, spare or wife’s mobile! It will removes your lock after receiving a preset keyword along with a secret code via SMS.


The app requires you to send a text message containing a preset code followed by ‘reset’ to your phone from another, upon which your phone will restart and your lock screen will be reset.

SMS Bypass APK required root access on your phone, so don’t expect anything to happen if you haven’t rooted your device yet. SMS Bypass APK is compatible with any device running Android 2.2 or newer, and it is a totally free app.

Follow below steps after install this APK.
  • First, make sure you give permanent root access to this app.
  • Change the secret code to your preferred choice. The default password is : 1234
  • To reset your screen lock, send the following message from another phone to your phone: 1234 reset
  • Your phone will restart and your lock screen will be reset.

Note: There is a space between your secret code and reset. Also the secret code is case sensitive. There is an option available to change the preset keyword. Default is : reset. If you see the lock pattern asking even after restarting, don't worry. Just try any random pattern and it should unlock.

You can download SMS Bypass APK from below link.


Password: itoxy.com

there are some other option as well to remove screen lock in android like, recovery or is USB debugging is to go to file manager data>system and delete gesture.key and/or password.key. Thumbs up

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You will never miss a notification

This post will introduce one stylishly notifications application on the lock screen of your android phone.

Have you ever gotten a notification and wanted something more than just an LED flash to let you know what the notification is for? Knock²+ LED application will help you to solve this frustrating problem.

The purpose of this app is to provide users with a way to see a brief summary of their various notifications on the lock screen without having to unlock the phone, swipe down the notification bar, and decide what to do from there.

If you have multiple notifications, Knock²+ LED will scroll automatically between the notifications letting you know what’s going on from the various apps.On the lock screen Knock²+ shows you the time/date, the notification itself and along the bottom bar the battery status. If you are charging your device, the battery bar shows as much with some clean looking graphics and animations.




It really is useful compared to just basing your notifications off of the LED on your device. Thank to developer KvnX Dev

Remember: It may drain your battery, in some devices.

You can download Knock²+ APK from below link.


Password: itoxy.com

WhatsApp plus for WhatsApp lovers - Free

What is WhatsApp+?

Basically it is modded whats-app APK,  which mean customizable WhatsApp where you can change lots of colors, sizes, and many other visual MODs In addition you can increase upload media limit (stock limit is 16Mb) to send large music files or videos, You can increase quality of pictures sent (by default resolution is decreased quite a lot), You can share music just with one click, You can add contact profile pictures to their chats, You can hide contact profile pictures and show phonebook pictures (in chat screen), Built-in theme viewer and downloader, and many many more.





you can install this APK over existing what’s up application, no need to back your what’s up data, it will automatically import.

Remember to previously uninstall whatsapp if you come from the official version (if not you will get the "not installed" error)

you can download this what’s-up plus APK from below link.


password: itoxy.com

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How to remotely enable Remote Desktop (RDP) in Windows XP/Vista/7/2008

Remote Desktop or RDP service is a free useful tool to remotely log on to remote computer and gain full access and privileges as if user is in front of local console. Remote Desktop is also known as Terminal Services. It’s useful if the server, or PC is located miles away in remote location, and frequent trip to the site to troubleshoot, configure or manage the system is not a viable option.

However, if an off-site server needs to be access via Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client immediately, yet the Remote Desktop is not enabled on the server, then it will be a headache. Luckily it’s possible to remotely enable and turn of the Remote Desktop service on a remote PC or server by remotely editing its registry.

To remotely enable RDP on another computer, follow these steps:

  • Login to the workstation with administrator credentials.
  • Run Registry Editor (regedit).
  • Click on File menu.
  • Select the Connect Network Registry in the pull down menu.


  • A “Select Computer” dialog search box is opened. Type the host name of the remote computer in the text box, or browse Active Directory to locate the remote server, or click on “Advanced” button to search for the remote computer.

  • Click OK after the remote computer is selected. A node for the remote computer network registry will be displayed in the Registry Editor with HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE (HKLM) and HKEY_USERS (HKU) hives.


  • Navigate to the following registry key for the remote computer:

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Terminal Server


  • In the right pane, locate a REG_DWORD value named fDenyTSConnection. Double-click onfDenyTSConnection and change the value data from 1 (Remote Desktop disabled) to 0 (Remote Desktop enabled).

  • Reboot the remote machine by issuing the following command in Command Prompt:

shutdown -m \\Musheer-Laptop –r

  • Replace ‘Musheer-Laptop’ with the actual computer name of the remote host.

Remote Desktop for the remote computer has been enabled.

There are also plenty of freeware utility that allows user to remotely enable Remote Desktop without modifying registry, like IntelliAdmin, Acroni, etc…

A free PDF printer to convert any documents to PDF

This post is going to introduce one free PDF convertor which is really helpful for many of us.

Although doPDF works like a print driver, it installs normally like any Windows program. During the installation process, you have the option to set doPDF as your default printer, which can be handy for business PCs that are mostly used to generate electronic documents such as invoices and purchase orders. You can also set up the program with a wide range of languages, too -- all of them or as many as you need.

doPDF is a tool that can convert any printable document to a PDF, whether it's a text file, image or other. It doesn't have any advanced features, so it has been designed for a simple conversion process.

In "Properties", you can select page size as predefined (e.g. A4, Letter) or custom (by manually setting its height and width), set the unit type (millimeters, inches, points), configure graphic details (resolution and scale) and set orientation (portrait, landscape).
Then you can set the output name and destination, select "Small file" or "High quality images" and optionally enable doPDF to always use the current output folder, open PDF in reader or embed fonts.

9 reasons to use this free PDF converter
  1. It’s simple and fast - you select WHAT document to convert and WHERE to save it and doPDF makes the PDF way before you finish saying supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.
  2. Saves you money - doPDF is a PDF converter free for both commercial/business and personal use. Won't cost you a dime to make PDF files (but we'll love you even more if you upgrade to novaPDF).
  3. 32-bit and 64-bit support - same setup can be used to install doPDF on both 32 and 64-bit Windows operating systems (and any 32-bit multiple when the time will come).
  4. Universal - you can convert to PDF any type of printable document (i.e. DOC, XLS, PPT, PUB, DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, PUBX, HTML, TXT,...).
  5. No GhostScript or .NET - doesn’t require 3rd party programs to make PDF files such as GhostScript or runtime environments like the .NET Framework. This makes the setup file to be incredibly small compared to other free PDF creator programs.
  6. Searchable PDFs - you can search for text within the created PDF file (and search engines will also index the text from the PDF).
  7. Multi-language - doPDF is the ONLY free pdf maker whose interface is currently available in 33 different languages and has a website translated in 30 languages (and growing, thanks to our translators).
  8. Barely uses any computer resources - compared to other free PDF creator software, doPDF barely uses any memory or CPU resources when doing the actual conversion to PDF.
  9. Do your part in saving the planet - instead of consuming paper to print your document, why not create a PDF file out of it and spare a couple of planet-saving trees?


Which ROM i should choose? how Samsung naming their ROM?

Which is the best ROM for my Samsung galaxy phone? Are you confused before you are downloading? no worry, here we are going to explain Samsung codes, who find difficult to understand coding of different ROMs

let's explain with one example
India have latest update MC3, so what you are seeing on ROM is N7100XXDMC3 N7100ODDDMD1 - India (mentions AP and CSC, so AP(PDA) is N7100XXDMC3 and CSC is N7100ODDDMD1). Now when you extract zip you will get like this
N7100XXDMC3_N7100ODDDMD1_N7100DDDLK6_HOME.tar.md5 (that have modem (CP) information too) here AP N7100XXDMC3, CSC N7100ODDDMD1 and CP N7100DDDLK6

That is in form of device number[AP (PDA) - CSC - CP (modem)].tar.md5
so after installing this ROM if you dial *#1234# , you will get this

AP : N7100XXDMC3
CP : N7100DDDLK6
So what does it suggest?

Here decoding of CSC
it suggest which country ROM you are having 'DDMD1' means DD=India, M = 2013, D = April, 1 = first release
So DDMD1 CSC suggest your CSC is first released for India on April 2013

Same way if we decoding with modem (CP)
your modem is DDLK6, that means
DD = India, L = 2012, K = November, 6 = 6th release
So your Indian modem is built in Nov 2012 (6th release in 2012) So if you look to any ROM released after Nov 2012,
like LL7 ,MA6, MB2 ,MC3 All have same DDLK6 modem, means there is no update in modem since Nov 2012 (LK6)

Now come to PDA (AP)
XDMC3. usually PDA remains same for almost country and usually have to count last 3 digits. MC3 means M=2013, C=March, 3 = 3rd release
SO MC3 update is 3rd update of March 2013 (though it released in April, still it is built by Samsung in march, you can confirm it by setting - about device - kernel it showing 27th March). so built in march but aired in April. Samsung code it according when it was built.

For 'year' coding Samsung uses K=2011, L=2012, M=2013 so on
For 'Month' coding A=Jan, B=Feb, C=March and so on K=2011


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Sort Gmail Messages by Size and delete huge sized emails

Is your Gmail account nearly full? and you want delete some unwanted emails? or you want delete large sized emails which is I received in my mailbox?

yes you can soft email from Gmail inbox by size, then delete all those huge sized email, if not required.

you can now search emails by size, more flexible date options, exact match and more.

This means, for example, to find emails larger than 10MB, you can search for size:10m or larger:10m or to find emails sent over 2 years ago, older_than:2y.

size:10m older_than:2y


And see below other advanced search operators.


Operator Definition Examples


Used to specify the sender

Example: from:Musheer
Meaning: Messages from Musheer


Used to specify a recipient

Example: to:Musheer
Meaning: All messages that were sent to Musheer(by you or someone else)


Search for words in the subject line

Example: subject:IToxy
Meaning: Messages that have the word "IToxy" in the subject


Search for messages matching term A or term B*
*OR must be in all caps

Example: from:Musheer OR from:Mahir
Meaning: Messages from Musheer or from Mahir

- (hyphen)

Used to exclude messages from your search

Example: dinner -movie
Meaning: Messages that contain the word "dinner" but do not contain the word "movie"


Search for messages by label

Example: from:amy label:friends
Meaning: Messages from Amy that have the label "friends"

Example: from:david label:my-family
Meaning: Messages from David that have the label "My Family"


Search for messages with an attachment

Example: from:david has:attachment
Meaning: Messages from David that have an attachment


Search for messages on mailing lists

Example: list:info@example.com
Meaning: Messages with the words info@example.com in the headers, sent to or from this list


Search for an attachment by name or type

Example: filename:physicshomework.txt
Meaning: Messages with an attachment named "physicshomework.txt"

Example: label:work filename:pdf
Meaning: Messages labeled "work" that also have a PDF file as an attachment

" "

Used to search for an exact phrase*
*Capitalization isn't taken into consideration

Example: "i'm feeling lucky"
Meaning: Messages containing the phrase "i'm feeling lucky" or "I'm feeling lucky"

Example: subject:"dinner and a movie"
Meaning: Messages containing the phrase "dinner and a movie" in the subject

( )

Used to group words
Used to specify terms that shouldn't be excluded

Example: from:amy (dinner OR movie)
Meaning: Messages from Amy that contain either the word "dinner" or the word "movie"

Example: subject:(dinner movie)
Meaning: Messages in which the subject contains both the word "dinner" and the word "movie"


Search for messages anywhere in Gmail*
*Messages inSpam andTrash are excluded from searches by default

Example: in:anywhere movie
Meaning: Messages in All Mail, Spam, and Trash that contain the word "movie"


Search for messages in Inbox, Trash, or Spam

Example: in:trash from:amy
Meaning: Messages from Amy that are in Trash


Search within messages that Priority Inboxconsiders important.

Example: is:important from:janet
Meaning: Messages from Janet that were marked as important byPriority Inbox


Search for messages that are starred, unread, or read

Example: is:read is:starred from:David
Meaning: Messages from David that have been read and are marked with a star


Search for messages with a particular star

Example: has:purple-star from:David
Meaning: Messages from David that are marked with a purple star


Used to specify recipients in the cc: orbcc: fields*
*Search on bcc: cannot retrieve messages on which you were blind carbon copied
Example: cc:david

Example: cc:david
Meaning: Messages that were cc-ed to David


Search for messages sent or received during a certain period of time
(using the date format yyyy/mm/dd)

Example: after:2004/04/16 before:2004/04/18
Meaning: Messages sent between April 16, 2004 and April 18, 2004.*
*More precisely: Messages sent after 12:00 AM (or 00:00) April 16, 2004 and before April 18, 2004.


Similar toolder andnewer, but allows relative dates using d,m, and y forday, month, and year

Example: newer_than:2d
Meaning: Finds messages sent within the last two days.


Search for chat messages

Example: is:chat monkey
Meaning: Any chat message including the word "monkey."


Search for messages within a particular email address in the Delivered-To line of the message header

Example: deliveredto:username@gmail.com
Meaning: Any message with username@gmail.com in the Delivered-To: field of the message header (which can help you find messages forwarded from another account or ones sent to an alias).

circle: Search for messages that were sent from someone who you added to a particular Google+ circle

Example: circle:friends
Meaning: Any message that was sent by a person in your "Friends" circle.
Examples: circle:"soccer friends (team blue)" or circle:"my \"fab four\""
Notes: For circle names that include a space, parentheses, curly brackets, or vertical bar, add quotes around the name. For names that include quotes, add a back slash immediately before the quotes.


Search for all messages that were sent from someone who you added to your Google+ circles

Example: has:circle
Meaning: Any message that was sent by a person in any of your circles.


Search for messages larger than the specified size in bytes

Example: size:1000000
Meaning: All messages larger than 1MB (1,000,000 bytes) in size.


Similar tosize: but allows abbreviations for numbers

Example: larger:10M
Meaning: All messages of at least 10M bytes (10,000,000 bytes) in size.

(plus sign)

Match the search term exactly

Example: +unicorn
Meaning: Finds messages containing “unicorn” but not “unicorns” or “unciorn”


Find a message by the message-id header

Meaning: Locates the exact message with the specified SMTP message-id.


Search for messages that have and have not had labels that you created applied to them.
NOTE: Gmail applies labels to individual messages, not to conversation threads.

Example: has:nouserlabels
Meaning: Finds all messages without any of your own labels (excludes automatic labels like inbox, spam, and trash). Since Gmail applies labels to individual messages, you might see results that appear to have labels; in this case, another message in the same conversation thread has had a label applied to it.


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How to remove it free “System Care Antivirus” Virus

Please follow the below steps to remove this malware.

Re-boot system in to windows safe-mode

  • Restart your PC through “Start” menu by selecting the respective command.
  • Before Windows OS starts booting press “F8” button of your keyboard repeatedly by hitting it and releasing several times simultaneously.
  • The following windows comes up:

  • Using the arrow keys on your keyboard select the “Safe Mode with Networking” option.

Optional way to terminate the process of System Care Antivirus scam:

1. Make sure you can see hidden files on your PC depending on the operating system of your computer.

How to view hidden files in Windows XP:

  • Open “My Computer”, go to “Tools” tab and select “Folder Options”.

  • In the window that appeared select “View” tab and choose the option “Show hidden files and folders”. Click “Apply” and “OK”.

How to view hidden files in Windows Vista/7:

  • Open “My Computer”, go to “Organize” tab and select “Folder and search options”.

    • In the window that appeared select “View” tab and choose the option “Show hidden files, folders, and drives”. Click “Apply” and “OK”.

2. Find the location of System Care Antivirus malware’s executable.

Typical location for Windows XP:

C:/Documents and Settings/All Users/Application Data/[Random.exe]

Typical location for Windows Vista/Windows 7:

C:/Program Data/[Random.exe]

3. Remove the executable of the rogue into other random name (virus.exe or malware.exe) and restart your PC.
4. Upon reboot the malware should no longer be active. Thus, you can download the security application that will remove all remnants of System Care Antivirus scareware.

Note: To see the correct location of System Care Antivirus executable, right-click its desktop icon, click “Properties” and look for the information in “Target” field. It will tell the exact place where the rogue dwells on your PC.

Samsung Galaxy S4 – hands on

The Samsung Galaxy S4 brings a huge Full HD screen, an improved camera and faster innards, and fits it all in a chassis the same size as the Galaxy S3.

However, many will struggle to tell the difference between the S4 and its predecessor, as the polycarbonate chassis is still in use; although the metallic banding around the side, while still plastic, is much sturdier and feels more premium.

We've already seen a lot of the Samsung Galaxy S4 features, as it's been snapped multiple times in leaks – some more accurate than others, it has to be said – and the specs mooted have turned out to be pretty bang on.

But that doesn't matter – megapixels and gigabytes don't mean anything if they're not wrapped up in a decent package, so how much of an improvement is the Samsung Galaxy S4 spec list and design over the S3, and more importantly, the competition?


The Samsung Galaxy S4 launch saw the Korean brand claiming the phone is built on four foundations: an improved camera, better connections with others, health and wellbeing improvements and simply making life easier.

While this is all a little hyperbolic, the S4 at least brings an integrated feel to things while improving nearly every spec on offer. The outside is still plastic, but harks back to the mesh design, if not feel of the Galaxy S2.

Colour wise you've got a choice of 'White Frost' and 'Black Mist', which adorn the large device, which runs in with dimensions of 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9mm, despite still having to pack in a 5-inch Full HD Super AMOLED screen.

That means it will have a larger screen, but smaller chassis than the Galaxy S3, which is a superbly impressive feat of engineering, especially when you consider the specs.

But like its predecessor, the plastic feeling of the Galaxy S3 won't appeal to all. It feels very lightweight (tipping the scales at 130g) in the hand, and while people have been conditioned against this feeling cheap, compare it to the HTC One and you'll see that it's a long way from premium feeling.


Samsung hasn't really re-tooled the Touchwiz overlay for the Galaxy S4, but has added some clever upgrades that will have some users talking about innovation.

For instance, the lock screen doesn't have the water rippling any more, but does register your finger from up to two centimetres away, so a little beam of light will follow your digit as you unlock. It's something you'll definitely play with for ages.

It's clear with the Galaxy S4 that Samsung has worked out there's only so much it can do on the hardware side these days – not to say that we're pretty impressed with the spec list - and as such has tried to bring the unique flavour through the interface instead.

As before with Touchwiz, there's a definite sense the whole process has been simplified, as the phone has got a much easier feel to it when swiping around. That's not to say there aren't loads of widgets to be played with, but there is less clutter on the larger screen.

The dock at the bottom of the display pervades, and there are more widgets to play with. Thanks to the Galaxy S4 running Android Jelly Bean 4.2.2 you've now got an addition in the notifications bar of a toggle in the top-right hand corner where you can turn on and off pretty much anything, from NFCto Group Cast to eye-tracking.

Swiping around the display was easy as pie – it's not exactly taxing on the processor, but we did note that there was a slight pause as we swiped through the menu screen on this pre-production model.

However, there is a worry that the octa-core (yes, you read that right) 1.6 GHz Exynos 5 CPU, with 2GB of RAM as well, could suck power a little too dramatically – but we've yet to hear the full details of how the CPU will work before we can pass any judgement on that.

Smart Stay, which tracks your eyes to tell if you're looking at the screen, has stablemates now. Smart Pause will note if your gaze leaves the screen and will pause the video, and Smart Scroll will check when you're reading a web page and scroll up and down as you tilt the device.

It's a novel idea for replacing things you do already but in practice we didn't find either that useful. Smart Pause takes a second to register your gaze has gone, which means you'll still miss part of the video, and Smart Scroll (again, pre-production model) was far from accurate when we tilted the phone.

That said, the internet browsing as a whole was sublimely fast (when our conference room Wi-Fi played nicely with the phone) and we were impressed with the clarity of web pages as we zoomed through them.

If Smart Scrolling was the way we'd always used our phones, and then someone invented scrolling with the finger, that would be amazing. It just seems that this is a way of doing things for the sake of it - we can't see the likes of Apple or HTC ever doing the same thing.

Smart Voice hasn't been upgraded beyond improving the accuracy of the voice recognition and Driving Mode, which will give you more voice-related feedback when you're in your motor.

Smart Alert has been upgraded: now it's joined by Air Gestures, which allow you to swipe the phone without touching the screen. So this means you can flip through pictures or music tracks ("good if you have messy fingers" says Samsung) flick to the top of a list by wiping upwards on the screen and Air Call Accept starts the camera… no, we're joking. It accepts a call without touching the screen.

On top of that there's Hover mode, which is the same as Air View on the Note 2 which used the S Pen and tracked when it was near the screen to give previews of emails, video scrolling without disturbing the action, and seeing who is on speed dial.

A quick test with this saw the preview being activated a little too easily, but it's definitely a neat feature and something we could get used to.

Any Android phone fans will be a little perplexed by some areas of the phone, unless of course you've spent some time working with Android 4.2 at any point. The first big change is the fact the notifications bar packs not just the standard icons for turning off Wi-Fi and the like, but a tile to tap that takes you to a whole host of other toggles, from things like AllShare Cast to NFC and more.

The settings menu has also been changed to split into four sections, making it easier to play around with connections, your device settings, accounts for social networks or syncing accounts and more, for the likes of device information.

It might confuse those used to the original way of TouchWiz working, but we think Samsung has worked out a decent way to stop things looking so disjointed.

But overall the good news is the large screen looks great, the improved CPU might not be needed but is welcomed and the little touches like the shining lock screen do actually feel like a real step forward.


Samsung has managed to lower the thickness of the Galaxy S4 compared to the S3 but upgraded the battery from 2,100mAh to 2,600mAh, promising a much larger capacity and therefore longer life.

However, with all those extra pixels (1080 x 1920) to drive and more cores – we're not sure whether this will actually translate to better battery life or not. Samsung has promised that the power management will be more intelligent than ever before, but we're yet to play a good half hour of HD gaming and then watch a monster movie marathon on the S4 to really test it out.

It was excellent on the S3 for the most part, so here's hoping that that octa-core will inspire even better battery life.


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