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SIM card cloning:How to clone a SIM card easily. The Ultimate Tool to spy on somebody is in every everybody's pocket !

SIM card cloning:How to clone a SIM card easily

The Modern Engineering marvel aka Mobile Phone's are everybody's need. People often (mostly) do their confidential talks over cell phone's, But only some know how easy it is to eavesdrop them. There are some tricks and hacks to do that, but the most powerful way is to clone their SIM Card. The Subscriber Identity Card aka SIM Card is the transmitter of signal to the mobile and tower, And you can do It easily. So What Can You Do When You Clone SIM card ? Well There are many things to do when you clone a SIM Card, You can secretly spy on the victims calls and data transfers, make him mobile bill go crazy, send messages and make calls from his number, All without touching the victims Cell Phone.

First A Little Knowledge Of SIM Hacking : Not every SIM Card is clone-able, There are two types of SIM Card : Things Required : Blank SIM Programmable Cards : click here Step 2 : Configure the Software as shown in the below pictures : Android Hackz: useful tools. 5 Android Apps to Earn Real Money for Completing Little Tasks. With the increasing usage in smartphones, the amount we spend on different apps and micro-transactions are also increasing.

5 Android Apps to Earn Real Money for Completing Little Tasks

But have you ever thought of earning a few bucks or other rewards with your smartphone? For Android users, there are quite a few apps that help you earn a few quick bucks by completing simple tasks like taking photos, watching trailers, completing surveys, etc. Granted, you won’t be able to make a living out of these apps, but they can surely get you a coffee or two, or even pay for the next app that you are buying. If you are wondering about them, here are some of the best Android apps that can earn you real money or other rewards for completing little tasks. MintCoins is one of the famous apps that pays you for completing little and simple tasks such as watching video advertisements, downloading free apps, completing surveys, playing free games, subscribing to websites, etc.

Rewardable is a relatively new app which pays you for completing the listed tasks. 3 of the Best Radar Detector Apps. When it come to speed tickets, I think we can all agree that they have to be avoided at all costs first because they can really affect your wallet, because the speed tickets are never a pretty thing in one’s life and second, because they can make you paranoid whenever your radar detector is going off the charts.

3 of the Best Radar Detector Apps

In order to avoid them, the best way of doing it is to buy a radar detector. However, more than one times have all of us agreed that no matter how good one is, it is simply not worth $500. But is there a better chance to avoid speed tickets, other than using a radar detector or than driving very slow? The new innovation in the domain of radar and speed gun detectors comes in the form of an app. The saying “there’s an app for everything” is not that unreal as it may sound.

So, without further ado, here are 3 of the best radar detector apps you can download and use: Cobra iRadar Detector App Waze Social GPS, Maps & Traffic Radar Detector App Escort Live. Project Ara: Google pieces together the first modular smartphone. While most popular consumer technology has been moving toward simple, seamless objects that are hard to tweak or repair, Google is working on an ambitious idea to create smartphones that consumers can easily change and upgrade by themselves.

Project Ara: Google pieces together the first modular smartphone

Known as Project Ara, these smartphones would begin as simple skeletons that owners would have to flesh out with everything from a processor and display to a cellular radio and camera. Each of these pieces would be sold as a small square or rectangular block, called a module, which can be slid into and out of a phone's skeleton depending on what its owner wants and needs — Google is even expecting to see some nontraditional cellphone parts pop up, such as an incense burner. Project Ara comes from Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP). The project actually began while ATAP was still a part of Motorola, but it and Ara transferred over to Google after its sale of Motorola to Lenovo was announced. Major Updates.