Cosmos: Maximize your Android phone

Cosmos is an Android application optimization consists of three security features in one application. The third feature is the Battery Optimizer, Trash Cleaner and Privacy Scanner. Explanation is less than 3 security features are:

A. Battery optimizer

In this feature you can increase the battery standby time of your Android device with a choice of three different options.
Balance, which provides battery saving options to enable internet connection every 15 minutes or so to provide an opportunity for the installed applications to synchronize with an internet connection.
Power-Save Mode, which allows the activation of an internet connection every 30 minutes.
Extreme-Power, who gave permission to the battery optimizer to disable all internet connections.

2. Trash Cleaner

Trash cleaner with this feature, lets you delete all search history in the mobile phone and browser. Trash Cleaner can also detect and remove all remaining storage (caches) left by the applications installed on the phone.

3. Privacy Scanner

To make sure your phone is safe from the possibility of identity theft by malware applications or virus attack, you can take advantage Privacy Scanner that will detect all the activities undertaken by the application in the background. Privacy Scanner contains a list of applications that are grouped into categories as follows:

– Location Tracker: here you can see a list of applications that can track where you are
Access Text Messages: In this category, you can see what applications can access the messaging features of both sms or mms.
Make Outbound Calls: In this category, you are treated by a series of applications that have the ability to make phone calls.
Personal Information: the name, you can now easily find out what applications are able to find and dig up the personal data stored in your phone or tablet.
Network Access: By selecting this category, you can check what applications can access network information that you are using.
Intercept Ougoing Calls: By looking at this category, you can now check for any application that can be tapped telephone conversation that you do.

Bootable Linux on USB stick

Bootable Linux on USB stick. Perhaps many of us are still curious ari anxious to try a variety of Linux distributions that would be so many choices that can be obtained free of charge. But Bootable Linux on USB stick sometimes the problem in general is that the install process for most people is sometimes difficult. Below, we can try to make a straight run linux from a USB stick.

perhaps if the installation using the CD / DVD-ROM’s are not uncommon and mengkin any layperson can do it easily. But if linux is in flash, it takes some understanding and support programs that may be hard to find, but Bootable Linux on USB stick if this is successful this would make it easier for us to bring the operating system is everywhere. Included also if you can not boooting from CD / DVD-ROM.

UNetbootin is an open source application that serves to make a bootable Live USB for various Linux distributions. So with the support of the application we can run linux directly from the USB stick without the need for hard drive and do not disrupt the system or data on your hard drive.

This application can berjalankan on Windows 2000/XP/Vista or Linux. Distributions we can make a bootable from flash is:

Linux Mint
Frugalware Linux
Arch Linux
Damn Small Linux
Puppy Linux
Sabayon Linux

In addition to providing many Linux distributions above, UNetbootin Bootable Linux on USB stick can also be used to create a variety of other tools or system utilities, such as:

Parted Magic, Partition Manager software to alter, repair, backup or restore hard drive partitions.
Super Grub Disk, a boot utility to repair and restore problems booting different operating systems.
Backtrack utility for network analysis
Ophcrack, the utility to recover passwords for Windows
NTPasswd, utility to reset windows password and edit registry
Gujin, Bootloader with graphical user interface (GUI) to boot various operating systems
FreeDOS, to run flahs BIOS and other DOS commands.

Directions for Use

UNetbootin, provides features for direct download Linux from the Internet or using the ISO file (CD Image) which we have previously downloaded. Flash required size of 1 GB or larger and use the FAT32 file system format. This application does not need to install, but run it directly. Here’s more:

– Run File UNetBotin.
– If you want to download directly distro you want, select from the available list. – If the ISO file is already on the hard drive, select DiskImage, and locate the ISO Image file
– Select the USB drive is available.
– Click OK to begin the process of
– Wait until the data copy process is complete

When finished, it can be directly Bootable Linux on USB stick tested by restarting the computer and do not forget to set the BIOS Boot the computer via a USB first.