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The Android Market is essentially Android’s answer to Apple’s iPhone App Store. As of September 2009, the Android Market already offered well over 10,000 applications, and this number has only continued to grow. In addition to the applications the Android Market offers, you can also use it to install other downloaded third party applications.

  1. Copy the APK file to your Android’s memory card and insert the card into your phone.
  2. Download and install the Apps Installer application from the Android Market
  3. Once installed, the Apps Installer will display the APK files on the memory card.
  4. Click and install your APK files.

Installing Applications With Android SDK

It is possible to install APK files without utilizing the Android Market, although the process is more difficult and complex. To avoid the Android Market, you need to use Android SDK.

  1. Download and install the Google Android SDK program and the Android USB drivers. The download links are as follows: http://code.google.com/android/intro/installing.html
  2. http://dl.google.com/android/android_usb_windows.zip
  3. You need to modify your Android’s settings to allow the installation of applications from other sources. Under “Settings,” select “Application Settings” and then enable “Unknown Sources.” Also under “Settings,” select “SD Card” and “Phone Storage,” and finally enable “Disable Use for USB Storage”
  4. This last step is easy. Open Command Prompt and type the following: adb install <1>/<2>.apk
  5. However, when you type the command, replace <1> with the path to your APK file and replace <2> with the name of the APK file.
  6. You’re done! Your application is now ready for your use and enjoyment.

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

iPhone Notifications v5.7 Apk App

 Requirements: Android 2.1+

 Overview: iPhone Notifications shows your Android device's notifications with IOS5 fashion. With iPhone Notifications you can greatly improve the way your Android device displays notifications. You can display your notifications with exactly the same fashion as on IOS5.


 To work properly, iPhone Notifications requires that you activate the accessibility service « iPhone Notifications Service » (accessibility services are currently the only way to process notifications on Android systems).

 - After installing, click « Open »

 - Click « Activate the service »

 - If it’s not already checked, check « Accessibility »

 - Check « iPhone Notifications Service »

 - Confirm

 --== HOW TO USE IT ==--

 Once you have activated the service and configured the app, you can choose to display each app's notifications as alerts or banners.

 Banners :

 - Click the notification to launch it

 - Swipe to the right to dismiss it

 - Swipe to the left to clear all upcoming notifications

 Alerts :

 - Click "View" to launch it

 - Click "Close" to dismiss it

 Note that dismissing the notification won’t remove it from the status bar (Android system doesn’t allow to manually remove notifications from the status bar)

 --== LITE VS PRO ==--

 With the full version of iPhone Notifications :

 - You can display the full notification text

 - You can choose the banners timeout, and make them permanent

 - You can choose to make the alerts appear only when the screen is off

 - You can choose the screen timeout when an alert shows up, and make it stay on until you read it

 - You can lower the brightness of the screen when the alert makes the phone wake up


 To receive notifications from an app, check it in the « Monitoring » section of the preferences.

 Here are some examples of apps to check :

 - Missed calls : Will show « Missed call from [caller] »

 - Messaging apps (GO SMS, Handsent SMS, Trillian, Facebook Chat, Google Talk, …) : Will show a popup with the ID of the sender and the content of the message

 - Facebook

 - Twitter

 - GMail

 - K-9 Mail : Will show the ID of the sender and the subject of the mail

 - Status bar : Will show popups such as « USB connected », « Battery low » or « Battery fully charged »

 - Dropbox

 - Email

 --== SUPPORT ==--

 For more information and a detailled FAQ, go to http://www.productigeeky.com

 What's in this version:

 - New UI

 - Now works fine with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

 - You can now display the time of the notification

 - You can now disable notifications during a call

 - You can now set the banners' transparency

 - You can now choose the notification ringtone for each app

 - Bug fixes


Download Instructions: Released by chathu_ac


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