Phone is Stolen You can Remotely Delete Data without Leaving Troubles

US mobile phone market will be "forced to theft".

Existing mobile security software features have limitations, and the new technology covers the bottom of the implant in the phone's hardware encryption

Once the user's mobile phone is stolen, you can remotely erase all the information on the phone and make the phone off, it can not be used

According to foreign media reports, recently, many state governments in the United States to discuss and formulate a mandatory requirement that all mobile phone manufacturers, carriers take stronger security measures, so that the phone is stolen the user can make your own cell phone remote operation can not boot, and retrieve information stored on this mobile phone. This allows mobile phone users to realize the function of clapping and cheering, what technology? US government and corporate practice is worth our reference, this reporter interviewed a mobile software professionals, vice president of Shanghai Jiang Weipeng Green Orange technology companies.

In the state government on the occasion of the introduction of the relevant provisions of the US major handset manufacturers and operators announced: They will start the new security measures on all phones sold next year. Join this manifesto companies, including: Apple, Samsung, Google, Microsoft, Nokia, Motorola, HTC and Huawei, China, in addition to the five US wireless operators.

The new security measures after the phone is stolen lets users remotely erase all the information on the phone, and the phone can not be used; and erased data can be restored on other mobile phone users. After July next year, this feature will be implemented on all phones in the United States more than 8 sale.

For this technique, Jiang Weipeng think it is not only and mobile software, but also on the underlying hardware encryption involves phone theft. At present, China's major mobile security software developed by the 360, Tencent, Baidu and other companies. Users to install such software after the phone is lost through the network, command the phone off or alarm. But this kind of software features are limited, because the thieves get the phone, usually first unplug the battery and SIM card. In this way, the phone no electricity, can not connect to any network, security software function completely ineffective. Subsequently, thieves and unscrupulous traders will have stolen phone "Brush" - reinstall the system again, this mobile phone "whiten", it can be re-entering the sales market.

"So, just to make a fuss in the software, can not completely solve the phone is stolen and the corresponding loss of privacy and other issues." Jiang Weipeng said. He believes that new technologies enable US companies to cover the bottom of the implant in the phone's hardware encryption. With this layer encryption, mobile phone software system can not be easily "brush" out. Stolen mobile phone users to remotely erase the information, and ordered the phone off, it can really play a role.

Our government is necessary to introduce a similar mandatory, promote enterprise encryption security in the phone hardware underlying it? Jiangwei Peng believes necessary. Because the phone is lost, stolen very common today, should take action to make these phones can not flow, so as to effectively fight against a huge black market. Jiang Weipeng suggestions, the Ministry of Public Security and other departments may consider the development of relevant standards, promote handset manufacturers and operators to enhance the safety factor of the phone, stop the flow of stolen mobile phone again, "Brush" post. "Government departments can also formulate 'cloud storage' safety standards, so that each user's mobile phone to get security information in the cloud to save."

Jiangwei Peng also pointed out that the so-called "one foot in mind that" even more powerful encryption measures taken, stolen phone is still likely to be highly skilled "hacker" crack, "washed." In view of this situation, enterprises and governments only continue to be addressed with the new technologies and standards, public phones and personal information security services.


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[abstract] it will become the global first Xiao dragon 810 processor (MSM8994) and public sales of mobile phones, and the machine has installed the Android 5.0 system.

Tencent digital dispatch (blue) equipped with Xiao dragon 810 processor Samsung Galaxy Note 4 you may not be unfamiliar, the news out of the past is the opportunity to officially launched in the spring.Now, from foreign websites, the latest reports, carrying Xiao dragon 810 processor version will be named GALAXY Note 4 s - LTE, is expected to be released in January next year, which may make the machine will become the world's first Xiao dragon carrying 810 processor (MSM8994) and public sales of smart phones.

Came out in January next year

According to the exposure of information displays in the past, the samsung GALAXY Note 4 upgrade version of the model for SM - N916, will be South Korea's three big operators launch a custom model.Among them, SK telecom version - N916S model for SM, and for KT andLGU + release a customised version of the model for SM - N916K and SM - N916L respectively.And now, the latest reports from the foreign media, the official name of the machine for the GALAXY Note 4 s - LTE, will debut in January next year, starting in version will be the SK telecom SM - SM - N916K N916S and KT.

And if true, then means that the samsung GALAXY Note 4 S - LTE will is the world's first Xiao dragon 810 processor (MSM8994) and public sales of mobile phones, and this machine has installed the Android 5.0 system, which in the software, hardware comprehensive upgrade 64 experience.In addition, because Xiao dragon Cat. 810 processor can provide to LTE specification support, so the machine theory to support the highest rate of 450 MBPS downstream.

Or CES2015 release

In previous, the database from the CPU performance test software GeekBench leaked information display, the plane is carrying 810 processor model for MSM8994 Xiao dragon, and architecture (A53 architecture main frequency of the processor speed of 1.55 GHz.At the same time it also carry the new Android 5.0 system, with 3 gb of memory.At this point, the samsung GALAXY Note 4 will have a total of three new processor version, qualcomm Xiao dragon 805, samsung Exynos respectively in 5433 and 810 Xiao dragon.

At present, the new three models of SM - N916S/N916K/N916L has passed the certification of the wi-fi alliance, and has also appeared on a few weeks ago run website GFXBench database, so if it will be really came out in January, so samsung very likely in the consumer electronics show CES2015 to show this new handsets.However, some unfortunately, judging from the indications of current, the possibility of the machine on sale outside the south Korean market is not big.


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Something about Samsung Galaxy Alpha

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is thin at 6.7mm and weighs a mere 115g. This is definitely good news for folks who like sleek phones since the Galaxy Alpha manages to undercut the iPhone 6 by 0.2mm in thinness and 14g in weight. Moreover, compared to the iPhone 6, the Galaxy Alpha has smaller bezels all around, making it more compact. We liked the grip of the phone and didn't feel it was slippery.

Above the 4.7-inch screen are two sensor cutouts, a front-facing camera and a notification LED that is only visible when it lights up. The Home button is flanked by the capacitive buttons for 'back' and 'recents'. The volume rocker and power button, both made of metal and with great tactile feedback, are on the left and right edges respectively. The bottom of the Alpha has the single grill speaker, Micro-USB port and microphone, whereas the top has the 3.5mm jack and another microphone.

The rear has the primary camera with flash and the heart-rate monitor. The camera is slightly raised and as a result you cannot place the phone flat on a surface without it wobbling, this minor niggle is also present on the iPhone 6 and was highlighted by many reviews as being a problem. On opening the rear cover, one can see the battery and a Nano-SIM card slot.


Method for Recover Deleted or Lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Alpha 

Many Samsung Galaxy Alpha users need to recover deleted Contacts and SMS on Samsung Galaxy Alpha,or recover lost photos&video from the SD card on the Samsung Galaxy  Alpha.Is there any way to recover lost contacts from Samsung Galaxy  Alpha?How to restore deleted SMS messages from Samsung Galaxy Alpha? All problems have the solutions.All you need is a Samsung Galaxy Alpha Recovery Software,you can restore lost sms and contacts from the Samsung Galaxy Alpha with one click with a data recovery for Samsung Galaxy  Alpha.

This Samsung Galaxy Alpha recovery process is a professional data recovery for Samsung Galaxy Alpha users torecover lost or deleted files from Galaxy Alpha family devices,nomatter you contacts/sms deleted or lost,you can use this taken Samsung Galaxy Alpha recovery to get them back with this Android data recovery you can easily recover lost data from your Galaxy Alpha, etc.What's data is support recover? This data recovery for Samsung Galaxy Note supports recover not only contacts&sms,but also recover photo and video directly,you can free download and trial to check/ preview your lost files before recovery.


Here is a step by step instructions on how to recover lost Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Step 1. Connect your device and run the program

After launching the program, you'll get the main interface shown below. Then connect your Galaxy Note to the computer and go to the 2nd step.

Enable USB debugging on your Galaxy Note

If you've enabled USB debugging on your device before, you can skip this step. If not, follow the way below to enable it. Three ways for devices with different Android OS.

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"

Step 2.
Analyze and scan your Samsung device for lost contacts

Step 4. Preview and recover data from Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Recover contacts form Samsung Galaxy Alpha


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While Apple is being praised and mocked in unequal measure for launching the "bigger than bigger" iPhone 6 with a 4.7-inch display and the even bigger iPhone 6 Plus - is that a reversing beep I can hear? - Samsung has performed an about-turn of its own with the launch of the Galaxy Alpha.

This is the first Samsung smartphone I can remember using that values attractive design ahead of spec list box-ticking. Whilst it's not the finished article, it marks a welcome departure in an exciting new direction for the company.

It's also arguably the most balanced and comfortable-to-use premium phone Samsung has made since the Samsung Galaxy S2.

Make no mistake though - this is unknown, risky territory for Samsung. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha is priced like a flagship phone, but it's technically out-specced by the Samsung Galaxy S5.

Since its launch there have been a number of price drops, and you can now get the Samsung Galaxy Alpha for around £350 if you shop around. That's quite a big drop from the £549.99 asking price it launched with.

Really, though, this simply reframes the age-old iOS vs Android argument with none of the platform bias - what makes a premium phone premium?

Let's get the obvious comment out of the way early doors. The Samsung Galaxy Alpha looks a lot like an iPhone.

While it's clearly been released to pre-empt the launch of the iPhone 6, though, the Alpha's design is pure iPhone 4. It's got a very familiar flat-edged aluminium rim with that same nick-inviting chamfered edge. Even the machined speaker grid on the bottom edge is reminiscent of Apple's seminal phone.

Of course, the fact that Samsung has borrowed some ideas from Apple is far less noteworthy than the fact that it has finally adopted metal into its design process. Given how well the company has done with its first attempt, I have to ask: what took you so long, Samsung?

This is a lovely phone to hold. It sits in one hand delightfully. As someone with larger-than-average hands, I can just about stretch my thumb to each corner of the 4.7-inch display without needing the shuffle the handset around in my hands.

That's facilitated by a nice thin bezel and the Galaxy Alpha's super-thin body. At 6.7mm, it's not the thinnest phone in the world, but it's up there. It's also 0.2mm thinner than the similarly proportioned iPhone 6.


Like Apple's new iPhone, Samsung has positioned the Galaxy Alpha's power button on the top right-hand edge of the phone, so you can reach it easily with thumb or finger. The volume rocker is on the opposite edge, if a little higher up. Both have a satisfying click to them.

It's when you look closely at these side buttons that you realise the Galaxy Alpha's metal rim isn't quite as unoriginal as it first seems. There's a subtle outward curve just before you reach the top and bottom edges, which is both nice to look at and offers a useful niche to tuck your little finger into.

You know you're definitely dealing with a Samsung phone when you turn it over - and we're not just talking about the Samsung logo or the centrally-mounted, square-rimmed, slightly protruding camera unit.

The Galaxy Alpha's dalliance with metal extends only to its outer rim. The rear of the device is the same kind of soft-touch polycarbonate as we've seen before.

It's one of the least objectionable uses for the material yet, though. Perhaps it's the fact that Samsung has done away with that awful faux-stitching effect, or the fact that it's framed by elegant metal rather than ugly shiny plastic. I don't know, but in this case Samsung's use of plastic is as notable and restrained as its use of metal.

The decision not to opt for an all-metal body has led to a number of other benefits. It makes the Alpha easy to grip and handle, it allows for a removable battery, and it makes the phone remarkably light.

Samsung is evidently pleased with the design of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha as it is basing the look of its new series of handsets on it. The Samsung Galaxy A5, along with the Galaxy A3 and Galaxy A7 will all take design cues from the Galaxy Alpha, such as the elegant metal body.

After the disappointing design of the Samsung Galaxy S5, we're also hoping that the Samsung Galaxy S6 will take cues from the Galaxy Alpha's stylish design.


At 115 grams, it's 14 grams lighter than the iPhone 6. In fact, it's only 3 grams heavier than the 4-inch iPhone 5S. No, it doesn't quite feel as premium as either, but it's nowhere near as far off as Samsung's earlier efforts.

And this introduces one of the most contentious specs of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha - its display. As I've already mentioned, this is a 4.7-inch screen, which kind of bucks the trend for recent high-end Android devices. The HTC One M8, the Google Nexus 5, the Sony Xperia Z3, and yes, the Samsung Galaxy S5, have all busted through the 5-inch barrier.

Indeed, the Alpha feels like a blast from the past, going back to the time of the Nexus 4, the HTC One X, and the Samsung Galaxy S3. More pertinently, and as already discussed, this is the size adopted by Apple for its iPhone 6.

The result is that you'll probably find the Galaxy Alpha either slightly smaller or slightly bigger than you're used to. My view? Like Goldilocks and the middle-sized bed, this one feels just right. It offers a clear view of HD video, games and most web pages without sacrificing portability or one-handed usability.

Perhaps even more contentious is the Samsung Galaxy Alpha's display resolution. It's only ("only") 720p.

Complaints about this lower resolution are valid - particularly given the Galaxy Alpha's premium price - but only up to a point. Yes, other Android phones have hit the considerably sharper 1080p resolution standard in recent times, but the vast majority of these have been larger 5-inch displays.

In fact, if we're talking mainstream phones, only 2013's HTC One M7 really springs to mind as offering a 4.7-inch 1080p display.

In a sub-5-inch screen like this one, 720p feels perfectly adequate. That's not to say that you definitely won't notice the difference in sharpness between the Galaxy Alpha and (for example) the Galaxy S5. But as it is, using the phone in isolation, the Alpha's display is plenty sharp enough.

Indeed, with Samsung's expert - and still relatively unique - use of Super AMOLED technology, the Galaxy Alpha's picture positively pops from the screen. Colours are rich and contrast levels are exemplary, while you won't be experiencing inky blacks of this kind on any LCD panel.

It still lends some icons and images a slightly false, gaudy appearance, but once you're attuned to it (or once you've tuned it to your liking) other displays can look a little drab by comparison.


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Something about Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Samsung Galaxy Alpha smartphone with 4.70-inch 720x1280 display powered by 1.8GHz processor alongside 2GB RAM and 12-megapixel rear camera.
The Samsung Galaxy Alpha, enclosed in a metal chassis with chamfered edges, aims to change all this. Also while Apple has finally dec

ided to release phones with bigger screens, Samsung has gone the other way with a more palm-friendly 4.7-inch screen.

We try to find out if this strategy works for the brand and if it can appease its naysayers.

Look and feel

The Samsung Galaxy Alpha looks like a stretched Apple iPhone 5/5s but calling it a blatant clone would be taking things too far. There are striking similarities between the two devices: Chamfered edges? Check. Metal chassis? Check. Slim boxy design? Check. Physical home button? Check. Fingerprint scanner? Check. But leaving the similarities aside for a moment, the Galaxy Alpha still has a distinctively Samsung flavour to it.


We've seen the Galaxy Alpha's removable plastic rear cover in quite a few of its previous flagships. We've also seen the dotted texture on the rear cover, although subtle here, in the Samsung Galaxy S5. The patterned print under the all glass front of the Alpha is also in line with other Samsung phones.


Method for Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy Alpha

"I use Samsung Galaxy Alpha ,how to recover deleted text messages and Contacts from Samsung Galaxy Alpha? Last night,My son are not careful to deleted some contacts and SMS that important for me in my Samsung Galaxy Alpha . I want to get my Contacts back from Samsung Galaxy, what should I do? Are there any idea how to restore/recover deleted data from Samsung Galaxy Alpha"

“How to recover delted data from Android Samsung Galaxy Alpha” is an experience that not rare to Samsung users. Unfortunately, Android doesn't have a trash bin in which your deleted contacts can be stored. Is it impossible to recover lost text messages and contacts from Android? How to recover my deleted contact from Samsung Galaxy Alpha? Well, it is not the end of the world if you ever find yourself in a hopeless situation. Generally speaking, all you lost data are still on your Android phone/SD card for Android. You can’t find the lost files back. With Android data recovery software, you can get back SMS,Contacts or Photo&Video from your Android mobile Phone.

Please don’t worry,when you samsung phone lost data,you can use a professional Samsung Data Recovery to restore those lost data from Samsung Galaxy.
To recover lost messages, contacts, photos or videos from Samsung Galaxy,this Samsung Data Recovery can help you a lot,it is designed for android users to scan lost data out and check any one you want back to recover. Now, follow the easy-guide step by step to restore lost data from Samsung Galaxy Alpha/S6/A7/A3/A5.


Method for Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Step 1. Run the data recovery and connect your Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Firstly, download, install and launch the Samsung Data Recovery program. Then you need to connect your Samsung Galaxy to computer via USB cable.

Step2. Enable USB debugging

Now you need to enable USB debugging on your device. Follow the detailed expression in the window to set it now.

When the program detects your phone, it requires you to enable USB debugging. There are three options. Please choose the one for your phone's Android OS.

1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Enter "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click"Development" < Check "USB debugging"
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Enter "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Enter "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging"

Step 3. Scan and Analyze Lost Data from Samsung Galaxy Alpha

Now, tap on "Start" button so the recovery software will begin to analyze and scan for all deleted contacts on your Samsung Galaxy Alpha.

Step4. Ready to scan your device for data on it

Now your device has been successfully detected. Click "Start" to scan it. Do not disconnect your device during the scan, or the scan will fail.


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Did you ever think What Makes Samsung Mobile Phones so Big? Well, your answer is lies in following Infographic of Samsung's Mobile Phones Brief History with Success Story which contains all the information about Samsung from Past to Present and from Present to its Future. You will see the Evolution & Revolution of Samsung Mobile Phones in last 12 Years which makes them a big giant mobile phone maker company of world after Apple. Samsung Mobile is currently producing some Best Smartphones, Tablets and Business Phones devices for users all over the world.

Hello, please help me: I want to print text messages from Android phone - Samsung galaxy s3, I know the messages was saved in phone's memory, but I tried many methods extract messages from Samsung, but faied. please suggest an effective way that can save and print text messages from Samsung galaxy?

Text messages have always been a crucial part of our mobile life. And with the popularity of all kinds of smart phones, text messages also has a more convenient user experience in nowadays. Then have you ever met the below situations in the daily life:
1. You saved a lot of precious text messages on your Samsung smartphone and not willing to delete them. But the capacity of your phone is limited, so you must delete some vital messages to ensure your phone can normally receive and send new messages.
2. You're always communicate with your boy or girlfriends by text messages, so it is undeniable that you have received and saved lots of sweet messages on your Samsung phones. Then you want to print out these messages from your Samsung Galaxy as a kind of memories or print out the messages from your Samsung galaxy and make a sweet love story.
3. ...

If you love chatting with people by sending text messages, you will find your phone memory is always full and you have to delete them from time to time. Do you feel troublesome? You don't want to cancel some interesting SMS and want to store it for you to check for fun or for recalling you of precious memories. You can print them in paper to stick on your diary. How to do that? You have to transfer them from your Samsung to computer and then print. Samsung SMS Recovery-Samsung SMS Printing is strongly recommended to you.


How to Print Text Messages from Samsung to Computer

As you can see, both the Windows and Mac version are all available here. You can get the right version on your own computer. Here, we will set the Windows version as an example. If you're a Mac user, you can try to handle the tool by yourself according to the similar steps.

Step 1 Connect your Samsung Device to the PC

Launch the program and the main window looks like below. Now connect your device to the computer via USB.

Step 2 Enable USB Debugging

When it comes to the second step, just as the program says in the interface, you need to enable USB debugging on your device so that it can be recognized by Android Data Recovery.
Follow the tips shown in the program according to your Android OS version:
1) Android 2.3 or earlier users: Go to "Settings" < "Applications" < "Development" < "USB debugging".
2) Android 3.0 to 4.1 users: Go to "Settings" < "Developer options" < "USB debugging".
3) Android 4.2 or newer users: Enter "Settings" < "About Phone". Press "Build number" for several times until you are informed that "You are under developer mode". Then go back to"Settings" < "Developer options" < "USB debugging".
Tick off the items you don't need and leave "Contacts" checked. This is a design to save you time.

Storage scanning modes are listed here for your choice. We can select "Scan for deleted files" for the same reason as above.

Step 3 Scan for Text Messages

You will get the following interface as your device is detected by the program. Click "Start" so the software will begin scanning for all data file on your Samsung, including text messages, contacts, pictures and videos.

You can see the Scanning process in the window below and get the remaining time from the progress bar.

If the following window appears after you click "Start", you need to press "Allow" button on the homescreen of your Samsung device until it disappears. Then click "Start" again to continue the scanning process.

Step 4 Preview, Recover and Save SMS on the PC

Wait for the scanning results patiently. Then you can get the files listed in categories on the left. Go to "Messages" to preview them in details. You can choose to check all SMS or only those you want to recover and save on computer. Click "Recover" at the bottom and choose a folder on your PC to store the file. Now the messages are saved as a HTML file for you to print.

Step 5 Print Samsung Text Messages

Now, go to find the HTML file and open it. Choose "Print" function on the file option to directly print it out. It is pretty easy and convenient for you to make it.

Step 6 Back up Your Samsung Devices from Time to Time

It is a good habit to save your SMS in PC. When need, it can be used to restore the phone. Thus you won't suffer much loss. In case you don't know how to back up and restore Samsung, check our website out.


A Brief History of Samsung Mobile Phones

For the e-sports team of a same name, see Samsung Galaxy (electronic sports).

Today Samsung is one of the largest mobile phone manufacturers, but it was a long process for them to get there. This infographic from Typhone.nl visualizes the past 10 years and displays some cool statistics about the phones produced back then in regard to the ones from today.

Samsung Galaxy (stylized as Samsung GALAXY) is a series of Android-powered mobile computing devices designed, manufactured and marketed by Samsung Electronics. The product line includes the Galaxy S series of high-end smartphones, the Galaxy Tab series of tablets, the Galaxy Note series of tablets and phablets with the added functionality of a stylus and the first version of the Galaxy Gear Smartwatch, with later versions dropping the Galaxy branding.


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