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How To Upload Animated GIFS In Your Facebook Account

First learn: How to Make an Animated GIF Also learn: Facebook Profile Picture Hack A lot of people are interested in GIFS on facebook right now so, i decided to write this useful article for those people who want to upload animated gifs on facebook, and good news is, it is easier then you think. OK lets get to it. You will need: A facebook account, in which you will get your desired animated GIF A animated GIF hosted on facebook already , to get those GIFS visit photos of our page and be sure to like it: http://www.facebook.com/TheHelpTimes or visit photos of this user http://www.facebook.com/Hamza.basharat Google chrome for the sake of simplicity What to do: 1. Open your facebook account and go to your status bar into life events,/travel and experinces,/new hobby. 2. Click on new hobby and then click on chose from photos. 3. consider any photo from there and right click on it and select inspect element. 4. Then open the animated gif you wished to get (that image should be open in facebook), and right click on the image and copy its url. 5. Then go to the page where you inspected element and edit it as a html, and change the url of the image with the url of animated pic! just see followings snaps. 6. Now animated picture will be added to your timeline just open it and tag yourself and the picture will be in your photos. its that easy, for more help here is a video explaining all this process:   Resources And Useful Links: How To Use Animated GIF in Your FaceBook Page How to put Animated GIF on facebook Timeline Cover...

Dynamic Memory

A way or organizing different types of data in the phone’s memory. Also referred to as Shared memory. Dynamic memory means that all types of data are stored in the same memory (there is no separate memory for photos, ringtones etc.). An advantage of dynamic memory over partitioned memory is that it is more flexible – with partitioned memory, you can fill up the photo memory for example and you won’t be able to take any more photos even if other types of memory are...

Memory Card Slot

A special slot for inserting a memory card. Memory cards allow you to expand the phone’s built-in memory (or in the past these slots have been used to add some missing features such as Wi-Fi connectivity). Memory cards have different capacities and are used to store and transfer files between compatible devices. There are several types of memory cards. The most popular and frequently used by mobile phone manufacturers is microSD; however, up until recently Sony Ericsson exclusively used the Memory Stick Micro (M2) card type developed by Sony. Memory card slots can have various supported memory card capacities. Depending on the device, card slots can support capacities of up to 2, 4, 8, 16 or even the yet unavailable...

Audio jack

A common connector for plugging in a standard pair of music headphones such as the ones found on music players, computers and most other electronic devices with audio outputs. It can support stereo and/or microphone, depending on the number of separate connector rings on the jack. Some phones offer only a 2.5 mm jack, which is a smaller variety of the same principle. Headphones supplied with mobile phones usually have a mic somewhere along the cable and a remote button that allows for managing calls without using the phone. Some manufacturers opt for placing a 3.5mm audio jack on this remote control instead of directly on the phone itself. The reason for this is that 3.5mm jacks take up quite a lot of internal space; plus, in this way the user gets to keep the remote control/mic functionality while using third-party...

Mobile Loudspeaker

The loudspeaker is a small sound driver fitted within a mobile phone, or other communication device, which is used to produce sound. Traditionally, loudspeakers on mobile phones are used to produce sound alerts for events such as incoming calls, incoming messages and alarms. Since mobile phones have started doubling as portable music players in recent years, users have begun using their built-in speakers for playback of music. Acknowledging this new type of use of the mobile phone loudspeaker, manufacturers have begin to equip their music or video-centric mobiles with more powerful loudspeakers or even a pair of loudspeakers for accurate stereo reproduction and enhanced spatial effects. Loudspeakers are also used to reproduce voice calls out loud, thus allowing users to deal with calls hands-free or even have conference calls with others in the same room (that use of the mobile phone is called a speakerphone, which is not to be confused with a loudspeaker). Loudspeaker implementation can vary from model to model. For example, in order to save space and make phones thinner, some manufacturers don’t use a dedicated loudspeaker but instead use the earpiece speaker to produce sound alerts as well. One way or another, whether you use it for fun, conference calls or just for plain ringing, there is one single thing that’s important – loudness. We had explored this in depth in our reviews besides the casual subjective remark, but in 2007 we decided it was time we took a more scientific...

Call Alerts

The mobile phone can alert you of events such as an incoming call or an incoming message in a number of ways. The two most popular ones are vibration and ringing. While vibration is pretty much self-explanatory, the ringing alerts can be of several types depending on the mobile phone. In the past mobile phones used to allow only monophonic tones to be set as ringing alerts. With the advancement of technology, polyphonic ringtones also became supported. Later on as mobile phones further evolved, they started using MP3 tones for various alert purposes. As more (presumably superior) audio formats became available (such as AAC), they were also added to the mobile phones’ alert system. Recently, mobile phones have even started to use short video clips as call alerts (not to be confused with video calls). No matter what kind of ringing tones the mobile phone uses, users have always enjoyed customizing their ringtones by expanding the preset ones supplied by the...
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