heres some fantage.com panfu.com neopets.com marapets.com secondlife.com habbohotel.com runescape.com adventurequest.com battleon.com bittybay.com clubpe…nguin.com fusionfall.com smallworlds.com I don't know what you mean by client... club penguin is a pay for unlimited stuff (monthly) but I hate it. Habbo Hotel is for teens, and its where you pay for furniture and stuff (monthly) (I faked an age but I don't play it any more) Fusion Fall is by cartoon network, basicly grown-up characters of cartoon network, and you fight monsters and stuff, free, but no other people to chat with. Smallworlds, teens, free (I think), cool Fantage, awesome, all ages, fun bittybay, teens,your an animal, never played it runescape, mainly teens but im nine and i play it :), cool, your a person who goes on quests and stuff. Battleon and adventure quest are similar, your a person (adventure quest has a choice of warrior, rogue,mage, and i think another one) and you go on quests. Reccamended- AdventureQuest, cause the game is funny and the people who made it made the knights' names like Sir Chandestroy (search and destroy) or Sir Prizze (surprise!) and so on. and like in the begging of the game you fight a three headed sea serpent and unless your like lvl. 10 or something, you die. and the quests are easy, espeicialy the first three sneevil ones. Hee,hee,hee just get on it and look at all the knight names. even this guy named Captain Rolith (basicly the only name that's serious in the castle) says Sure I guess you wanna look at all the funny knight names, I under stand, but ... neopets and marapets the same, all ages, boring, marapets copied neopets Ive never played second life so I don't anything for you there except for i think its for teens. (MORE)
Dial-Up Protocols The both machines must use the same dial -up protocol, to ensure the safe reliable transmission of data over phone lines between a dial-up server and a re…mote computer. The protocol you use depend on the dial-up server, like if you connected to Internet Service Provider , you would use Point to Point Protocol . Dial-Up Networking supports :- .
Point to Point Protocol .
NetWare connect .
Remote Access Service .
Serial Line Interface Protocol Point to Point Protocol Point to Point Protocol ( PPP ) is the standard for all types of remote access connection, as all Internet Service Providers offer PPP access to Internet. The secret in its features like link-quality testing, header compression, and error checking, it also supports network protocols: NetBEUI, IPX/SPX, and TCP/IP. NetWare Connect Protocol The NetWare connect protocol is used by NetWare servers. This protocol adds the following features to the NetWare server: .
A proprietary Remote Access Service dial up protocol .
Modem sharing and pooling .
Remote workstation control NetWare Connect dial-up servers don't support software compression and with only the IPX/SPX network protocol. Remote Access Service Protocol The Remote Access Service ( RAS ) Protocol is a variant of NetBEUI called asynchronous NetBEUI that is designed to over slower serial links. To use RAS, both the client and the server must be running the NetBEUI network protocol. RAS doesn't support multiple network protocol the way PPP does. Serial Line Interface Protocol The Serial Line Interface Protocol (SLIP) is a simple protocol designed to work with TCP/IP network protocol. Until PPP came along, SLIP was the standard Internet dial-up protocol for many years. Now SLIP is not widely used because of the following reasons:- .
SLIP doesn't implement error correction: SLIP doesn't perform error correction unlike PPP, as a result that may led to send extra packet data to make the error checking. .
SLIP can handle only one protocol at a time: The SLIP header doesn't include a field for specifying the network protocol, unlike IP header which can handle more than one protocol, so you can't change while working, you must end your session first. .
SLIP can't handle dynamic addressing: SLIP requires that the machine must determine an IP address. This prevents you from using Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol ( DHCP ) .
SLIP doesn't support compression: The basic SLIP protocol doesn't support compression of the entire data packets. However, a different SLIP specification called compressed SLIP or CSLIP which enables compression of just the IP header portion of a TCP/IP data packet. (MORE)
This is for anyone who used to use Diskaid to import TomTom ov2 files into the TomTom App. Ok, I was using Diskaid to import my Work and Favourite POI's into my TomTom app. …Then along comes the new IOS 1.6 and Diskaid no longer has access to the TomTom folders for writing files!! Well thanks Apple :-( Anyway, did a little investigation and found this app. http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/poi-viewer/id364906423?mt=8 It doesn't save anything into the TomTom app, but it does allow you to import .ov2 files (and many other formats I believe) using the file transfer facility in the iTunes APP page for your iPhone. Once imported, the POI's are viewable in the App and there's an option to get directions which opens the TomTom app and starts direction finding as usual. One thing I did notice is that it appears to always give you the fastest route, so if you want Non-Motorway or Twisting roads simply do a route recalculation and tell it what you want within TomTom. Sorted :-) (MORE)
Depends on what you're looking for. Some popular time waster games are the Angry Birds franchise, card games like Solitaire and poker and hidden object games. Utility apps (…those which aim to improve your daily life or phone's function) are also popular. Office tools to view and edit documents, file managers, swype keyboard, daily weather etc. My personal favorite is Could You Survive: Zombies. You can sort in the Google Play market by category, free or paid, new etc in order to find the ones you would be most interesting in. (MORE)
Simply go the Android market web and open the link of that app again. On the main page of that app you will see a button to uninstall that app. .
Basically you can uninstall …apps in three ways. You can either use some app dedicated just for that (e.g. Easy Uninstaller) or use your in-built stock app manager. . (MORE)
Go to Settings -> Applications (the exact name of this point differs for each phone, and even each ROM, but they should all mention 'Applications' in the title.) -> Manage App…lications. Find the one you're looking for, and choose Uninstall.(MORE)
there are two ways to do this, the first is by emulating the whole of an op system. One way to do this is by using bochs or qemu. search for either "android bochs" or "android… qemu", that should get you started. Another way (this will only let you run dos apps) is through the app "aDosBox", this will let you run games like doom and quake but it won't get you to far into exe's. Other than this there isn't much else. (MORE)
There are many free apps available to download on the Google PlayStore. If you want to get paid apps for free, just google the nameof the app you want and put ".apk" at the en…d of it without thequotes. You should see several sites offering a free download ofthe app, select one and begin the download. When doing this becareful of the sites you choose to download from, as they maycontain viruses. (MORE)
This depends on the developer. Sometimes a developer will develop applications exclusively for Android or exclusively for iOS. But you can usually find the same app or a simil…ar app regardless of whether you own an iPhone or an Android phone. As for running an app built for iOS on Android, no. Android uses Java for its apps and iOS uses Objective C. Very different programming languages. (MORE)
The Application is not Compatible . Phone is not Supporting thy App. Application is not installed properly. No enough space in phone memory to run it. Are major sympto…ms of termination of a application. (MORE)
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Yes, if you have the software and knowledge to make it all you would need to pay is the $25 fee to register as a Google Play Developer and you can upload it to the Play Store.… If you are not proficient in coding, there are still some free options with pre-written templates. However, they offer limited customization options. (MORE)
do you have an email account? text messages are basically tiny emails...just remember, only text and a limit of 180 characters MAX including spaces..etc... you can send dir…ectly from email. just need phone number and service provider domain name... for a virgin mobile phone i know its PHONENUMBER (including area code...)@vmobil.com for others you might have to check their websites. this is what i found, not sure if still correct... .
iPhone 5s comes pre-installed with the several apps. These apps areMaps, Messages, Passbook, Camera, Reminders, Notes, Phone, Videos,Weather, FaceTime, iTunes Store, Stocks, M…usic, Game Center,Calculator, Safari, Calendar, Voice Memos, App Store, Contacts,Mail, and Newsstand. The rest of the apps you need to download offof the App Store. (MORE)
What you need is a file manager app. Let me show you how to do itby File Expert, which is the one I install on my Android phone. Enter the app-My Files tab-Apps-Select the ap…ps you want tosend-Click Send button(an envelope with an arrow) and an approachfor transfer-Select the device you want to send to-Done. (MORE)