🔥 #MIUI Hack 🤘

How to recover deleted hidden files.
If you have taken backup of your data,still you are not able to recover hidden files….
♥ Here’s a trick…
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From the backup you have taken copy the folder “File Explorer” into root of you Internal Storage.
(If already exist overwrite it. )

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You are done. ☺️
Have a good day. 😇

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#Mozilla

Mozilla tests a true stealth mode for Firefox

Sick of having that one ad follow you around the Internet for weeks? A new tool in pre-beta builds of Firefox could help block browser tracking across sites.

Mozilla wants to make private browsing truly private.The company is testing enhancements to private browsing in Firefox designed to block website elements that could be used by third parties to track browsing behavior across sites. Most major browsers, Firefox included, have a “Do Not Track” option, though many companies do not honor it.Mozilla’s experimental tool is designed to block outside parties like ad networks or analytics companies from tracking users through cookies and browser fingerprinting.

It’s available in the Firefox Developer Edition on Windows, Mac and Linux, and Firefox Aurora on Android, Mozilla said Friday.

The tool is in prebeta, although it might be incorporated into future versions of Firefox’s main browser.

The tool might cause some data-hungry websites to not load properly, Mozilla said. Users can unblock specific websites if they wish.

The enhancements also better identify unsafe browser add-ons that could install malware or collect user information.

“We’ve worked with developers and created a process that attempts to verify that add-ons installed in Firefox meet the guidelines and criteria we’ve developed to ensure they’re safer for you,” Mozilla said in a blog post.

Web tracking provides fuel to the lucrative business of targeted ads. A recent report showed that the usage of ad-blocking software is on the rise, costing publishers billions of dollars.

Other browser extensions designed to block tracking and targeted ads include Ghostery and AdBlock Plus.

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, meanwhile, is trying to develop a new standard for the “Do Not Track” browser setting to make it more effective.

#privacymonth

#advocate4privacy

#mozillaindia

Hey check out this list of websites for searching about latest technologies……useful for seminar purpose

70 of the Most Useful Websites on the Internet

by  Aquib Kadri

1. netflixroulette.net – Find something random to watch on Netflix.
2. pintsinthesun.co.uk – Find somewhere to drink a pint in the sun.
3. gfycat.com – Upload your gifs.
4. fpage.co – Warning: NSFW language. Daily links to enlighten and educate you.
5. ninite.com – Download all the free software you want at the same time.
6. squirt.io – Speed read the web one word at a time.
7. shouldiremoveit.com – Find out which applications you should remove from your computer.
8. avoidhumans.com – Find places to go in public that are not crowded.
9. keybr.com – Practice your touch typing.
10. oldversion.com – Get old versions of software.
11. readability-score.com – Find out how readable text is.
12. deadmansswitch.net – Have emails sent when you die.
13. mint.com – Budget your money.
14. roadtrippers.com – Plan your route with the best lodging and attractions.
15. duckduckgo.com – A search engine that is not following you.
16. padmapper.com – Maps out possible apartments/homes that fit your criteria.
17. zillow.com – Another great source for finding your next home.
18. printfriendly.com – Make any webpage print friendly.
19. printwhatyoulike.com – Print precisely what you want from any webpage.
20. privnote.com – Write a note to someone that will self-destruct after they read it.
21. freecycle.org – A network of people giving away free stuff in their towns.
22. couchsurfing.org – Crash on someone’s couch anywhere in the world.
23. recipepuppy.com – Search for recipes based on the ingredients you have.
24. pipl.com – A search engine for finding people.
25. charitynavigator.org – Evaluates various charities.
26. newsmap.jp – Popular news headlines.
27. radioreference.com – Listen to radio channels across the nation.
28. jimmyr.com – Link aggregator.
29. wolframalpha.com – A computational knowledge engine.
30. heavens-above.com – Follow satellites and constellations.
31. whatismyip.com – Figure out you I.P. address.
32. spreeder.com – Improve reading speed and comprehension.
33. simplynoise.com – Listen to white noise.
34. camelcamelcamel.com – Tracks prices for any product.
35. ptable.com – An interactive periodic table.
36. retailmenot.com – Find coupons for just about anything.
37. searchtempest.com – Search all of craigslist with one search.
38. join.me – Peek in on somebody’s computer screen.
39. thistothat.com – Find out the best way to glue this to that.
40. woorank.com – Find out what your website is missing, how you can improve it, and how to make Google recognize it better.
41. scribblemaps.com – Draw on maps then share them with friends.
42. mailvu.com – Video email.
43. rhymer.com – Online rhyming dictionary.
44. homestyler.com – Design your dream home.
45. wetransfer.com – An easy way to send big files.
46. pastebin.com – A place to paste text.
47. idlekeyboard.com – Make it sound like you are hard at work.
48. dropbox.com – Backup your sensitive document online.
49. seatguru.com – Find out where the best seats are on your plane flight.
50. unlistmy.info – Find out which websites store data about you, and tell them to unlist your info.
51. twofoods.com – Compare two foods..
52. gasbuddy.com – Find local gas prices.
53. sleepyti.me – Plan out your sleep schedule better.
54. ripetrack.com – Find out when certain fruits are ripe .
55. compassionpit.com – Talk out your problems with others, or help others yourself.
56. paperbackswap.com – Swap books with others.
57. swole.me – Plan out your meals better.
58. weatherspark.com – A graphical look at the weather.
59. network-tools.com – Various network tools.
60. amazon.com – The best place to buy things online.
61. writecheck.com – Correct grammar and check for plagiarism.
62. wakerupper.com – Send yourself a wake-up call.
63. pcpartpicker.com – Plan out your next PC build.
64. nophonetrees.com – Talk to an actual person instead of a machine when you call customer service.
65. loads.in – Find out how long it takes websites to load.
66. calorieking.com – Find nutrition information on various foods.
67. manualslib.com – A database of PDF manuals for various products.
68. eatthismuch.com – Create meal plans to meet your nutrition targets.
69. keepmeout.com – Lock yourself out of time wasting websites.
70. glassdoor.com – Research what it is like to work with certain companies.

Firefox tips and tricks

Mozilla Tips and Tricks

Posted by :Aquib Kadri

1. Keyboard Shortcuts:

  • F5 (Reload)
  • Ctrl+F (Find)
  • Ctrl+T (New tab)
  • Ctrl+= (Increase text size)
  • Ctrl+- (Decrease text size)
  • Ctrl+L OR Alt+d (Go to address bar)
  • Ctrl+K (Go to search box)
  • Ctrl+D (Bookmark page)
  • Alt-Home (Go to home page)
  • Ctrl-W (Close current tab)
  • Shift-Spacebar (page up)
  • Space bar (page down)
  • Alt-N (find next)
  • Ctrl+Enter when it is a .com domain (i.e. when domain name is http://www.techlila.com then type, only namase in address bar then Ctrl+Enter it will automatically completes the address)
  • Shift+Enter when it is a .net domain
  • Ctrl+Shift+Enter when it is a .org domain.

2. Mouse Shortcuts:

  • Middle click on link (Opens in new tab)
  • Middle click on a tab (Closes tab)
  • Ctrl-scroll down (Increase page size)
  • Ctrl-scroll up (Decrease page size)
  • Shift-scroll down (Previous page)
  • Shift-scroll up (Next page)

Other Mozilla Firefox Tips and Tricks:

1. Speed up Mozilla Firefox:

Type about:config (about:config: Feature of Mozilla Firefox which lists application and configuration setting) in the address bar and hit Enter button, it will show you message “This might void your warranty!” Click on the button: “I’ll be careful, I promise!” then type network.http in the filter field, and change the following settings (Double-click on them to change them):

  • Set network.http.pipelining to true
  • Set network.http.proxy.pipelining to true
  • Set network.http.pipelining.maxrequests to a number like 8. This will allow it to make 8 requests at once.
  • Now, right-click anywhere and select New -> Integer. Name itnglayout.initialpaint.delay and set its value to 0?. This value is the amount of time the browser waits before it acts on information it receives.

2. Handle Multiple Tabs with Keyboard:

Mozilla Firefox provides feature of multiple tabs, you can handle multiple tabs by keyboard. Below are some tips to handle multiple tabs by using keyboard.

  • Ctrl+Tab (Rotate forward among tabs)
  • Ctrl+Shft+Tab (Rotate to the previous tab)
  • Ctrl+1-9 (Jump to a specific tab)

3. Change behaviour of close button:

Sometimes by mistake you click on close button of Firefox tabs. Here is a trick to remove or move close tab button. Type about:config in the address bar and hit Enter button, then search for browser.tabs.closeButton in filter field. When you find it double-click on given result. It will show you a prompt with default value 1. Change it to different values for different behaviours.

  • Enter 0 to display a close button on the active tab only.
  • Enter 1 (default Value) to display close button to all tabs.
  • Enter 2 to avoid displaying any close buttons.
  • Enter 3 to display single close button at the end of the tab bar.

4. How to open multiple websites when you start Firefox:

In menu bar, click on ‘Tools’ option. Then click on ‘Options’ button there.

Open multiple websites in Firefox

Look for ’startup’, under main tab. Then type the website address/URL in ‘Homepage’ box separated by “|” symbol. For example, if you want to open Google, Yahoo and Alexa at the same time, then type – http://www.google.com | http://www.yahoo.com | http://www.alexa.com in Homepage box. Then Restart Firefox and you will see Firefox loading all 3 websites by default.