Showing posts from February, 2019

Galaxy Fold is here Full Phone Specifications and dimensions

Samsung recently unveiled their new Samsung Galaxy Fold and it's as pretty and innovative as it's price. The 1,980$ phone will be made available for purchase in April of 2019. The phone will be featuring 2 AMOLED Display where one of which can be folded is called Dynamic AMOLED Capacitative display. Samsung Galaxy Fold with the Cover display of 4.6 inch Samsung Galaxy Fold with Dynamic 7.3 inch screen Full phone specifications are below. Dimensions: 17 mm thickness Size:  7.3 inches, 154.5 cm2 Weight Display &  Resolution : Dynamic AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colours 1536 x 2152 pixels, 16:10 ratio (~414 ppi density) and Cover display: 4.6 inches HD+ Super AMOLED (21:9) Chipset:  Qualcomm SDM855 Snapdragon 855 (7 nm) CPU:   Octa-core (1x2.84 GHz Kryo 485 & 3x2.42 GHz Kryo 485 & 4x1.8 GHz Kryo 485) GPU:  Adreno 640 Memory : Internal 512 GB, 12 GB RAM (No external memory card support) CAMERA:  Triple Camera Setup 12 MP, f/1.5-

Remove all Liked Videos on YouTube

Do you find a need to remove all the video you've ever liked?  Well, you can do it but let me first be clear here that there is no coming back. Once you remove all the videos from your Liked Playlist or whatever you call it, it's gone.  Now if that is clear to you, you may proceed to login to your YouTube account and click on Liked Videos link to the left of your screen. Step 1. Then click on the Edit button to edit your Liked videos playlist. From here on you can either manually remove any video from this playlist. Or if you want to just remove all of these videos follow the following steps. Step 2. Press F12 on your keyboard and go to the console tab. Step 3. Copy and paste the following block of code in the console. var items = $('body').getElementsByClassName("pl-video-edit-remove-liked-video"); for(var i = 0; i < items.length; i++){ items[i].click(); } Hit enter and the page will refresh. Now if you'll

How to transfer your Domain to CloudFlare

Cloudflare recently came into Domain Registrar Business and they're probably the best when it comes to pricing. Why? No markup. No surprise fees." That's right.  Apparently, there is not much of a service you need once you registered a domain and it pointing to right name servers.  Now in order to transfer your domain from a different registrar to CloudFlare, you need to open the dashboard on your current registrar and make sure there is no Registrar-Lock on your domain. Once confirmed you'll need to get an EPP Code which you'll be entering in the CloudFlare panel where you transfer a domain. Now when transferring a domain you need to make sure your domain is supported by CloudFlare. To check that head to TLD Policies by CloudFlare here . For anyone concerned .in domains don't come in this policy yet. So if you're having trouble transferring a .in domain to CloudFlare there is no way to do it as of