Recently I bought a Sony Bravia 32″ LCD TV. It supports connectivity to Internet over the wi-fi and ethernet cable. I was happy seeing its specifucations and it was written ‘internet ready’. Later I found the fine print – I have to buy a dongle from Sony to get the Wi-Fi working. The shop at Gulshan asked a price of BDT 10,000 for the dongle. It’s too much for me – $250 for a dongle!
Yesterday I have rooted by Samsung Galaxy Tab. I have tried Apple iPad earlier and after a week jail-broken that, because you cant do anything without Jailbreaking in iPad (att least from Bangladesh). After buying Android based Galaxy Tab, I was using it without rooting (having root access, or ‘root’ user’s permission. But I found it difficult to see squares in Bangla writing. No Bangla font was installed. Googled and found this useful articleon how install Bangla font. It also said that you need to Continue reading →
This evening I have rooted my Samsung Galaxy Tab and installed Bangla font SolaimanLipi. After that I can see Bangla writing, but not rendred properly. After installing Mayabi Keyboard from.Android market, I can write Bangla using phonetic layout. But the problem is that fonts are not rendered properly. Searching for solution to this problem.
How to take a screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Tab? First I was wondering, but found it soon. You need to press Back and power button simultaneously, and that takes the screenshot. Screenshot is automatically saved into galery under sceenshots folder. Once taken the screenshot, you can share it online.
I bought an iPad last September from Bangkok. It’s Wi-Fi model, and can connect to Internet through Wi-Fi hotspots only. My Office has Wi-Fi and I was using it from office most of the time. But returning from office, it goes offline which is painful, you know. Considering this situation, I tried to connect my home to Wi-Fi. I have a Wireless Router, and what I need is a connection to internet. Considered broadband, but due to its frequent failure and slow speed I abandoned. Continue reading →